Hero Weenie

Munro, Neil
March 2007
National Journal;3/3/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p1
The article focuses on the cartoon character Captain Euro which was created by advocates for the European Union in the 1990s. It suggests to retire the cartoon character. It cites the measures used by the cartoon character to fight art theft, such as negotiating skills, mediation and a paralysis ray. It mentions some of Captain Euro's antagonists including a fashion model equipped with a smoke grenade. It states that Captain Euro is not capable of battling Islamic terrorists in Europe.


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