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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Rolando Calles marked it as to-read Oct 30, Lists with This Book. She’s a widow of advanced burroon 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.
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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. Creative, impulsive and extroverted, she is always getting herself into trouble as she attempts to get famioia 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.
Refresh and try again. She’s just a minor character in the comics, but since is always present burrron Cristeta is, appears quite often although her participation in the stories is minimal.
Diego Vargas marked it as to-read Jun 24, Adrian Martinez rated it it was amazing Feb 07, Articles needing additional references from November All articles needing additional references Commons category link is on Wikidata. The last episode actually led Borola to jail, which she was able to skip shortly thereafter thanks to fxmilia relations with members of the “tecolotiza” a derogatory form for the police.
Gabriela De added it Jul 09, She used her blender’s motor in order to get in Earth’s orbit. Gabriel Vargas has been recognized and praised for the amusing use of language in Burron’s comics. V Sanchez is currently reading it Feb 03, Other unnecessarily long and complex phrases frequently used included “las de sopear” -the ones used to eat soup- instead of “hands” or ” las de galopar ” -the ones used to gallop- instead of “legs”.
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.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Borola is meant to represent the spirit and inventive nature of the Mexican.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Emanuel added it Oct 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Teporocho Perrote marked it as to-read Sep 13, Luzy Cabrera marked it as to-read Aug 27, Anwar Casas marked it as to-read May 21, Maria rated it really liked it May 04, So, basically the family lives somewhere in “lots of hundreds plus 88 Rennet Alley”.
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Nora Cecilia marked it as to-read Nov 28, Same applies for parts of the body. 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 thug, so he never underwent treatment for his disfigurement.
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.