La Familia Burrón has 24 ratings and 0 reviews. Cincuenta años se dice fácil, pero a lo largo de cinco décadas, Gabriel Vargas ha reflejado el acontecer. La Familia Burrón (“The Burron Family”) is a Mexican comic describing the life of a low-class family living in Mexico. It was written in by Gabriel Vargas.
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Despite her name, she’s an extremely effective assistant, that exceeds all expectations and has an extremely close relation with her boss, quite similar as Batman’s butler Alfred. Lists with This Book. Burron, in this stories, none of the family members are included, and sometimes not even mentioned at all. Her good nature pushes her to try to help the other people in the neighborhood where she lives, who also live in great poverty, although she also often tries to take advantage of them.
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In benefit of the “viejerio” a derogative name for old people and the dozens of “pirrimplines” kids that live in the neighborhood, bhrron built an alternative subterranean transportation system so as to prevent her neighbors and their children from being run over when they try to cross streets and avenues.
JL Cas marked it as to-read Apr 20, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. At some point later in the series, the family also adopts a little child named Foforito Cantarranas.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gabriel Vargas has been recognized and praised for the amusing use of language in Burron’s comics.
Julia Fernanda added it Feb 07, Ary Ely marked it as to-read Mar 08, Open Preview See a Problem? His name has no meaning at all, is just a tongue twister made by joining as many k phonemes as possible.
La Familia Burrón: Vol. 1
Rogelio Mujica marked it as to-read Jun 01, Boba Licona Cristeta’s personal assistant. As the series progresses, he develops a relation with a catcher woman named Chuy, who also works as stripper, despite the fact she’s not attractive and overweight, eventually marrying her.
Eventually reformed and now working as professional baker, become famila guardian of a little paralytic boy named Lz, who sees him as a paternal figure. Rapsodia De marked it as to-read Sep 05, These are only a sample of the hundreds of adventures she has carried, the majority of which end up with familla people, such was when she decided to steal the gas from a neighboring building through a hose, causing a huge explosion.
Ingrid added it Apr 19, Books by Gabriel Vargas. Her name is a mash up of “Boba” dunce and “Licona”, a real Spanish surname, but when both words are pronounced together forms not by coincidence, the Mexican equivalent of “Dim Witt”. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Thanks for telling us about the problem. In spite of her age, Borola regards herself as a very attractive woman, sensually walking in streets in order to show off in a way that her family, particularly her husband and daughter, find a bit shameful.
Ariel marked it as to-read Feb 21, The kid is also the son of his best friend and crime partner now deceased and his widow Bella. When he was a kid, suffered an accident that burned his face. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The recurrent characters have adventures on their own, in a completely independent way of the mainstream, although in a few rare episodes they interact with the Burrons. V Sanchez is currently reading it Feb 03, She was included in the mainstream to represent and criticize the selfless and suffered mother that gives everything for her son, a common Mexican stereotype of the date.
She used her blender’s motor in order to get in Earth’s orbit. Retrieved 8 April Paulina added it Dec 09, In the s, Gabriel Vargas published a weekly comic titled Los Superlocos Superweirdosin which several recurrent characters were featured one at a time, in each issue. Borola is birron family boss, and main character of the cartoon.
Views Read Edit View history. Rafael Villegas rated it really liked it Dec 09, The comic focused on slices of life – comedy stories, often based in real life experiences of the lower classes of Mexico and described from a satirical point of view.
La Familia Burrón: Vol. 1 by Gabriel Vargas
She has hunted zoo ostriches for her Birron dinner, she has cooked meatballs using newspapers together with a dressing of car tires and bean parasites; she has cooked soups with car tires and rubber dust.
Retrieved from ” https: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. She’s a widow of advanced age who has a totally useless hippie son named Avelino Pilongano which basically does nothing although he insists he’s a Poetexcept live at her mother’s expense.
Barbara Guiliana rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Floro’s al plays a minimal role, l sometimes is not even present or mentioned, as the main focus of these stories is the tense relation between Tinoco and Floro which usually revolve around the mishap of money. Professions, activities, streets names, cities, vehicles, objects and even animals are described this way.
Being called old upsets her quite a bit, as she argues that is a “girl of the twenty first century”, which gives herself permission to explore activities as varied as racing vamilia, wrestling, medical surgeon or engineer. Usually, the entire action is focused in Floro’s activities, being a selfish high school junior, with his father as support character.