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He also wears black pants, along with red shoes with white soles that curve outward.
Strong Bad was originally created to be the main antagonist of the series, but since then, he has become less of a villain and more of a comic relief antihero.
Once the events of the email finish unfolding, Strong Bad wraps it up, and then "The Paper" or "New Paper" comes down with a link to Strong Bad's e-mail address.
Often, hidden animations (Easter eggs) are displayed when the user clicks on a word or picture either during the email or after it has concluded. Although the animations were initially brief, they gradually grew to establish numerous catchphrases and running gags, as well as spin-offs like Trogdor the Burninator, Teen Girl Squad, and even characters like Homsar and Senor Cardgage.
For the "1936" segments on the website, Strong Bad is sometimes referred to as Sir Strong Bad, Uncle Strong Bad, or Old-Timey Strong Bad.
Most of the time a cut-away sequence is used to move the narrative beyond mere typing.
Strong Bad enjoys pranking the other characters of the series, along with his ever-diligent lackey pet named "The Cheat" and his older brother Strong Mad.
The Strong Bad Email series grew to be so popular that seven DVDs featuring the emails have been released, as well as a podcast where emails could be downloaded to digital media players, since its first episode in 2001.
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