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The following is a list of characters and premises from Big Natean American comic strip and book series written and illustrated by Lincoln Peirce. It features Nate as backing vocalist and drummerwith best friends Francis on electric guitar and Teddy on keyboardas well as Artur as lead vocalist. Chad is the band's roadie.
Enslave the Mollusk had a big role in Big Nate the Musical. They performed 3 times: twice during the In The Zone novel when P. S 38 was starting a fitness zone but the first time Artur wasn't there because he quit the band, but eventually reed by their last performance, and also at one of the school dances. They tried to perform at another school dance but failed because of a power outage. Nate was originally lead singer as he formed the band but wasn't good enough, which was realized after Artur passed by the band playing one day.
Artur then sang a rendition of " I Fought The Law " and was hired as the band's lead singer. He quit in the middle of Big Nate: In The Zone after he found a slip of paper with rude nicknames for him that Nate wrote, but was enticed back by the end of the book. Femme Fatality is Nate's favorite super-hero comic. The images are never shown, but there were a few appearances of the eponymous character, as a life-size cardboard cut-out in a comic and as a cosplay Femme fatality big nate visiting Klassic Komix in The character is highly suggestive, judging from the reaction of Nate and most of the other male characters including adults.
One comic claimed that she was wearing a skin tight tube top and leather mini-shorts.
Some of the girls show exasperation over Nate's obsession with the comic, but Nate insists he re it only for the stories. One of Nate's comic book crushes was Red Sonja. Femme Fatality later inspired Nate to create his own super-hero comic called "Eve of Destruction", though he later changed the character to male, and called the comic "Steve of Destruction". The school is noted to be over years old and is considerably run down, but was remodeled in Big Nate: Lives It Up after a painting by local folk artist Granny Peppers was found to be worth a lot of money.
Jefferson Middle School is a middle school near P. In stark contrast to P. It has been described as "more of a museum than a school. Most Jefferson kids are always obnoxious about this. Jefferson lost the Snowdown, because they took an uncreative approach by packing snow around the spare knight statue. Some earlier strips would show the weekly adventures of Nate's own comic strip creations, drawn on notebook paper in a more childlike drawing style. Few of these characters have appeared in more recent strips.
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