History AndIMustScream / WesternAnimation

29th May '17 6:26:26 PM TheCuza
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** "Jack and the Lava Monster": the titular creature is a Viking warrior trapped in an unbreakable crystal for eternity by Aku, unable to die a warrior's death and join his comrades in Valhalla.

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** "Jack and the Lava Monster": the titular creature is actually a Viking warrior trapped who fought Aku many years ago and unsurprisingly got his ass handed to him. Since Vikings consider death in an unbreakable battle to be very desirable, Aku chose ''not'' to kill him, and instead sealed him in a magic crystal for eternity by Aku, unable eternity, and then hid the crystal inside of a mountain to die a ensure it would never be found and the Viking would never get the warrior's death he desired. During his imprisonment, the Viking managed to {{Charles Atlas|Superpower}} his way to being able to [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender earthbend]], and join constructed the lava monster body around his comrades in Valhalla.crystal so that he could move around and fight. He also turned the mountain into a DeathCourse to ensure only the mightiest warriors could ever reach him. Jack, of course, finally puts him out of his misery, and he happily goes to [[WarriorHeaven Valhalla]].
16th May '17 11:03:58 AM iowaforever
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* The ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' episode "The Shape Stealer" featured a cloak-like organism created by Zurg's R and D that was able to possess people by wrapping itself around them. It is mentioned by two of its victims (a bus driver and Booster) that individuals possessed by the Shape Stealer are still aware of their actions and can't do anything about it.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' episode "The Shape Stealer" featured a cloak-like organism created by Zurg's R and D that was able to possess people by wrapping itself around them. It is mentioned by two of its victims (a bus driver and Booster) that individuals possessed by the Shape Stealer are still aware of their actions and can't do anything about it.it.
* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'':
** "Jack and the Lava Monster": the titular creature is a Viking warrior trapped in an unbreakable crystal for eternity by Aku, unable to die a warrior's death and join his comrades in Valhalla.
** In the penultimate episode, [[spoiler: Ashi is twisted into a demonic version of herself by her father, Aku, and is forced to fight against Jack. She can't break free, and Jack's attacks hurt her just as much as they would hurt Aku, and she is forced to watch as Jack emotionally crumples and surrenders his sword to Aku.]]
29th Apr '17 10:04:24 AM TomServo3000
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* Happens a few times in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.
** James Woods is locked in a wooden crate without holes, and left in a warehouse. We do not see him again for two seasons. How he is alive is unexplained.
*** This happened to him ''again.''
** In one episode, when Stewie and Brian go back in time to correct something [[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom Brian]] changed about the past, they run into hundreds of Stewie's and Brian's from different dimensions who all came tell each other that [[CrapsackWorld their attempts to fix the past only make it worse]]. One of these is a version of Stewie and Brian trapped in spinning barbershop poles. They basically say "Don't do whatever you're about to do: we don't know why but this is life for some reason!". To make matters worse, they vomit and it fills up their poles.



* In the episode "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind" of ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' a Rick from another dimension kills other Ricks and subjects their Mortys to what he called the "Morty-Dome": a large dome with hundreds of Mortys attached to it, having their sides repeatedly stabbed to cause them pain. [[spoiler:Gets even worse that the end reveals that a ''Morty'' was behind it all, leading to some serious CloningBlues.]]
23rd Apr '17 3:50:57 AM mstabosz
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** In one episode, Stewie had to be kept in a plastic bubble. Brian [[KickTheDog spray-paints it black]] so Stewie can't see.
** In another episode, Brian's son Dylan places a paper bag over his head, causing his overloaded senses to drive him to run around in a panic.

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** In one episode, Stewie had to be kept in a plastic bubble. Brian [[KickTheDog spray-paints it black]] so Stewie can't see.
** In another episode, Brian's son Dylan places a paper bag over his head, causing his overloaded senses to drive him to run around in a panic.
22nd Apr '17 1:21:04 PM Nulono
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** There is also the Windigos, spirits of cold and hatred that feed on hatred. They cause ponies to hate each other and then freeze them alive so they'll have a continuous food source.

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** There is are also the Windigos, spirits of cold and hatred that feed on hatred. They cause ponies to hate each other and then freeze them alive so they'll have a continuous food source.
19th Apr '17 12:13:36 AM TommyTiger
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* The fate of WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck at the end of "Donald's Snow Fight", where he gets ''frozen alive''.

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* The fate of WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck at the end of "Donald's Snow Fight", where he gets ''frozen alive''. And the audience is supposed to sympathize with [[DesignatedHero his nephews]] - who ''put him in that state'' - just because he beat them fair and square in the snowball fight earlier before they [[TookALevelInBadass got their act together]].
4th Apr '17 6:02:39 PM nombretomado
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* Near the end of ''[[PixarShorts Monster Truck Mater]]'', Tormentor ([[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Mater's]] monster truck wrestler alter ego) actually traps Paddy O'Concrete (an Irish modified cement mixer monster truck) in his own cement.

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* Near the end of ''[[PixarShorts ''[[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Monster Truck Mater]]'', Tormentor ([[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Mater's]] monster truck wrestler alter ego) actually traps Paddy O'Concrete (an Irish modified cement mixer monster truck) in his own cement.
26th Mar '17 8:02:16 AM TomServo3000
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* ''WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'': Sylvester's eternal torment in Hell is a pit of fire full of demonic bulldogs.
25th Mar '17 3:51:26 AM WillBGood
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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': The ninth season episode "Familyland" has a self-inflicted, deliberate example in Creator/WaltDisney {{expy}} Roy Family. When he created the titular theme park thirty years previous, he froze his body right in the center of the park in the form of a statue of himself. The entire time, he was fully conscious of his surroundings, which he did on purpose so he could watch the park come to fruition; he nonchalantly admits to Francine upon thawing that "it was awful." He willingly returns to that state at the end of the episode, but unfortunately, he only remembers he has to use the bathroom right before he's frozen again...

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': The ninth season episode "Familyland" has a self-inflicted, deliberate example in Creator/WaltDisney {{expy}} [[MrAltDisney Roy Family.Family]]. When he created the titular theme park thirty years previous, he froze his body right in the center of the park in the form of a statue of himself. The entire time, he was fully conscious of his surroundings, which he did on purpose so he could watch the park come to fruition; he nonchalantly admits to Francine upon thawing that "it was awful." He willingly returns to that state at the end of the episode, but unfortunately, he only remembers he has to use the bathroom right before he's frozen again...



* In ''WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'', Sylvester's eternal torment in Hell is a pit of fire full of demonic bulldogs.



** Then there's Grant Walker, a Walt Disney-esque billionaire who, in addition to building a "perfect" society on an island of his creation, convinces Mr. Freeze to give him the same mutations as Freeze himself, allowing him to live forever. However, after Batman convinces Freeze to stop Walker from freezing the rest of the world, Walker ends up trapped in a block of ice, lost at sea, COMPLETELY AWARE OF EVERYTHING AROUND HIM, YET UNABLE TO FREE HIMSELF OR EVEN MOVE FOR THE REST OF HIS IMMORTAL LIFE. As is to be expected, the last we ever see or hear of him is his anguished scream of horror, a scream that no one else can hear.

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** Poison Ivy does this to a bunch of rich industrialists she blames for the destruction of the earth's various plant species, and natural habitats. She lures them to a resort and spa, floods their bodies with a mutagen by tricking them into eating food and water loaded with it, and eventually they turn into human trees. Fortunately Batman is able to save everybody.
** Then there's Grant Walker, a [[MrAltDisney Walt Disney-esque Disney-esque]] billionaire who, in addition to building a "perfect" society on an island of his creation, convinces Mr. Freeze to give him the same mutations as Freeze himself, allowing him to live forever. However, after Batman convinces Freeze to stop Walker from freezing the rest of the world, Walker ends up trapped in a block of ice, lost at sea, COMPLETELY AWARE OF EVERYTHING AROUND HIM, YET UNABLE TO FREE HIMSELF OR EVEN MOVE FOR THE REST OF HIS IMMORTAL LIFE. As is to be expected, the last we ever see or hear of him is his anguished scream of horror, a scream that no one else can hear.hear.
*** Well, he ''was''. A comic followed up his story by showing that he managed to get out (cause icebergs do melt ya know?) and tried returning to Gotham to get revenge upon Freeze after finding out that Freeze's condition had destroyed most of his body and the same thing would happen to him eventually. He was captured and imprisoned after Freeze almost killed him.



* In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', Grant Walker, a sociopathic millionaire, has Mr. Freeze build a duplicate cryogenic suit for him and has him undergo the same chemical process that happened to him in order to obtain immortality. At the end of the episode Walker is frozen in an iceberg, sinking towards the bottom of ocean, condemned there for eternity. The last scene shows him watching a fish swim by, then he screams bloody hell.
** Well, he ''was''. A comic followed up his story by showing that he managed to get out (cause icebergs do melt ya know?) and tried returning to Gotham to get revenge upon Freeze after finding out that Freeze's condition had destroyed most of his body and the same thing would happen to him eventually. He was captured and imprisoned after Freeze almost killed him.
*** Poison Ivy, does this to a bunch of rich industrialists she blames for the destruction of the earth's various plant species, and natural habitats. She lures them to a resort and spa, floods their bodies with a mutagen by tricking them into eating food and water loaded with it, and eventually they turn into human trees. Fortunately Batman is able to save everybody.
22nd Mar '17 3:36:49 PM Tropemaster849
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** Scott, the main antagonist from season 4 gets a similar fate. He is paralyzed by Fang and is put in a trauma chair that only let's him communicate via flashing lights for yes or no. What makes it worse is that the rest of player laugh at him and he can't do anything about it.
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