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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Nora Cecilia marked it as to-read Nov 28, As a comparison, it is often mentioned that Rockefeller was one of her poor relatives. Mario Olivares Ortiz marked it as to-read Apr 24, Denise Carrera marked it as to-read Aug 27, Rafael Villegas rated it really liked it Famillia 09, Martha Stewart rated it it was amazing May 18, Usually, in this stories, none of the family members are included, and sometimes not even mentioned at all.

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The kid is also the son of his best friend and crime partner now deceased and his widow Bella. Usually, the entire action is focused in Floro’s activities, being a selfish high school junior, with his father as support character. Creative, impulsive and extroverted, she is always getting herself into trouble as she attempts to get her family out of poverty, although the truth is that the money is obtained sporadically from shady businesses that she undertakes without her husband’s knowledge.

Mexican comics titles Humor comics. 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 pilot, wrestling, medical surgeon or engineer.

These are only a sample of the hundreds of adventures she has carried, the majority of which end up with injured people, such was when she decided to steal the gas from a neighboring building through a hose, causing a huge explosion. His name has no meaning at all, is just a tongue twister made by joining as many k phonemes as possible.

Nowaki Kusama marked it as to-read Feb 05, Some of her inventions and projects include a wooden helicopter that is powered by a clothes washer motor, a cannon for traveling to space, a cable car, a sputnik built using a water container. No trivia or quizzes yet. The last episode actually led Borola to jail, which she was able to skip shortly thereafter thanks to her relations with members of the “tecolotiza” a derogatory form for the police.


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The recurrent characters have adventures on ffamilia own, in a completely independent way of the mainstream, although in a few rare episodes they interact with the Burrons. Maria rated it really liked it May 04, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. It is often cited as a social chronicle of the decades from the 50’s to 70’s. Just a moment while we sign you in famulia your Goodreads account. This page was last edited on 28 Octoberat His family made plans to reconstruct his face in a series of medical procedures as he grow up, but he escaped from home when he was a teen, and become a burdon, so he never underwent treatment for his disfigurement.

Melani Montes marked it as to-read Sep 21, Articles needing additional references from November All articles needing additional references Commons category link is on Wikidata.

Same applies for parts of the body. Zereth Velasco rated it it was amazing Mar 31, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

After the Vargas’s death, the comic has been continuosuly reprinted as paperbacks, the most notorious being the reprint from which brron the complete first run of the comic in 10 hardcover volumes. As the series progresses, becomes Bella’s close friend. Fah bueron it it was amazing Oct 01, At the end of the series, Bella famjlia hims as her official couple, but refuses to live with him unless he agrees to marry her first.

So, basically the family lives somewhere in “lots of hundreds plus 88 Rennet Alley”. Cristina rated familai it was amazing Feb 19, Ruperto and Bella eventually develops feelings for each other, but due to the prejudices of the time, they can’t have an open relationship she’s a widow, his an ex-con.

Luzy Cabrera marked it as to-read Aug 27, The number itself has no meaning in Spanish – it is a word play using lots of Ch phonemes evoking large quantities chorrocientos is a juxtaposition of ” chorro ” which means “lots” and ” cientos ” which means “hundreds” and a variation of the number 88 ochenta y ocho.


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Gabriel Vargas

For example, Vargas often used the expression ” los de apipizca ” instead of just say “eyes”. Borola is meant to represent the spirit and inventive famiila of the Mexican.

This article needs additional citations for verification. 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.

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Mery Vargas rated it it was amazing Nov 23, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Gabriel Vargas has been recognized and praised for the amusing budron of language in Burron’s comics.

She was included in the mainstream to represent and criticize the gamilia 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. La Familia Burron it is fami,ia one of the most representative comics of the Mexican popular culture of all times.

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.

Rolando Calles marked it as to-read Oct 30, Her name is a mash up of “Boba” dunce and “Licona”, a real Spanish surname, but when both words are pronounced together forms faamilia by coincidence, the Mexican equivalent of “Dim Witt”. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.