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* NoExceptYes: While recapping ''Ultimatum'':
-->'' - and Magneto killed Dr. Xavier for [[GodwinsLaw comparing him]] to a [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler mass murderer]], when all he did was kill a bunch of people.''
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** When someone badmouthed about [[Creator/JewWario]] after the latter's death, Lewis lost it, and told that person to go "fuck themselves".

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** When someone badmouthed about [[Creator/JewWario]] Creator/JewWario after the latter's death, Lewis lost it, and told that person to go "fuck themselves".
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* EarlyBirdCameo: Lewis' (now ex-) girlfriend Iron Liz briefly appears out of nowhere during the [[http://atopthefourthwall.com/warrior-2-and-3/ ''Warrior'' 2–3 review]], Lampshading that no one will have any idea who the hell she is (Lewis himself did not help much, responding to any questions about who she was with a simple "She's Iron Liz" before Liz got a blog and revealed that they were dating). She made her first official appearance in the review of [[http://atopthefourthwall.com/chain-gang-war-1/ Chain Gang War #1]]

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* EarlyBirdCameo: Lewis' (now ex-) girlfriend Iron Liz briefly appears out of nowhere during the [[http://atopthefourthwall.com/warrior-2-and-3/ ''Warrior'' 2–3 review]], Lampshading lampshading that no one will have any idea who the hell she is (Lewis himself did not help much, responding to any questions about who she was with a simple "She's Iron Liz" before Liz got a blog and revealed that they were dating). She made her first official appearance in the review of [[http://atopthefourthwall.com/chain-gang-war-1/ Chain Gang War #1]]



** Despite not technically using the word by itself, in an early review, he mouthed the F-word.



* EnragedByIdiocy: Occurs many times, particularly with ''Marville'' (which by its fourth issue can't even warrant a closing line).

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* EnragedByIdiocy: Occurs many times, particularly with ''Marville'' (which (which, by its fourth issue issue, can't even warrant a closing line).



** He jokes about a nameless movie theater usher being his favorite character in ''Marville'' while doing the review of the first issue (given that no one else in that series is likeable ''at all'').

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** He jokes about a nameless movie theater usher being his favorite character in ''Marville'' while doing the review of the first issue (given that no one else in that series is likeable ''at all'').all'', being either a mouthpiece for Jemas or a complete idiot, or even ''both'').



** He points out that this can ruin some of the few seemingly good part of ''ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis''. Most notably, he admits that when the Monitor Bob made his FaceHeelTurn, he originally found it an exciting and interesting twist, but thinking more on it (and rereading the earlier issues) made him realise that Bob's betrayal made ''no'' sense when matched up to everything he had been doing before, and [[ShockingSwerve pretty much came out of nowhere]].

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** He points out that this can ruin some of the few seemingly good part parts of ''ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis''. Most notably, he admits that when the Monitor Bob made his FaceHeelTurn, he originally found it an exciting and interesting twist, but thinking more on it (and rereading the earlier issues) made him realise that Bob's betrayal made ''no'' sense when matched up to everything he had been doing before, and [[ShockingSwerve pretty much came out of nowhere]].



* AGodAmI: Linkara parodies the trope in his ''New Guardians'' review, which depicts CrazyAwesome Snowflame as a god and includes the statement "He will rise in three days amongst the marijuana leaves!"

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* AGodAmI: Linkara parodies the trope in his ''New Guardians'' review, which depicts CrazyAwesome Snowflame as a god and includes the statement "He will rise in three days amongst the marijuana leaves!"leaves!".



* GuestStrip: Normally his title cards are done by [[http://mtc-studio.deviantart.com/ MTC-Studios]] but there have been a few guest artists as well such as Fred Perry of ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'' fame when Linkara did a review of his comic, ''Steam Wars''.

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* GuestStrip: Normally Normally, his title cards are done by [[http://mtc-studio.deviantart.com/ MTC-Studios]] but there have been a few guest artists as well well, such as Fred Perry of ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'' fame when Linkara did a review of his comic, ''Steam Wars''.



** A Nightmare on Elm Street comics were reviewed for 2015.
* {{Hammerspace}}: Every time Linkara does his '''"I AM A MAN! *PUNCH*''' routine he pulls something different back on screen each time, including his stuffed bear and Iron Liz, among others. When he asked Liz how she got there, she had no idea.

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** A Nightmare on Elm Street comics were reviewed for 2015.
2015 and 2016.
* {{Hammerspace}}: Every time Linkara does his '''"I AM A MAN! *PUNCH*''' routine routine, he pulls something different back on screen each time, including his stuffed bear and Iron Liz, among others. When he asked Liz how she got there, she had no idea.



** In his ''Brain Drain'' review, Linkara sees [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]] actually considering his grotesque transformation to be a good thing, but he nearly lets this slide, despite his fury that the author had obviously never read a Fantastic Four comic, because the comic is pretty much an advertisement for Office Max. Then the (literal) BSOD comes on when he sees the writer was Tom Defalco, Former EDITOR-IN-CHIEF at Marvel.

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** In his ''Brain Drain'' review, Linkara sees [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]] actually considering his grotesque transformation to be a good thing, but he nearly lets this slide, despite his fury that the author had obviously never read a Fantastic Four comic, because the comic is pretty much an advertisement for Office Max. Then the (literal) BSOD comes on when he sees the writer was Tom Defalco, Former former EDITOR-IN-CHIEF at Marvel.



** He comments on never actually expecting to see this when [[spoiler:the corrupt ref]] comes out of a room carrying cocaine with his arm around an obvious hooker in "Sir Charles Barkley, The Referee Murders",

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** He comments on never actually expecting to see this when [[spoiler:the corrupt ref]] comes out of a room carrying cocaine with his arm around an obvious hooker in "Sir Charles Barkley, The Barkley and the Referee Murders",



--->'''Linkara:''' I can't begin to imagine how anyone followed all this stuff at the time. It'd be like if I introduced plot elements in my show that somehow ended up on [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony's show]] and... [[LampshadeHanging uh... nevermind]].

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--->'''Linkara:''' I can't begin to imagine how anyone followed all this stuff at the time. It'd be like if I introduced plot elements in my show that somehow ended up on [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony's show]] and... [[LampshadeHanging uh... nevermind]].Uh... Nevermind]].



** 90s Kid mocking the stupid, TotallyRadical attempt at slang in ''Nightcat #1'' with his own stupid, TotallyRadical slang.
** In "New Guardians #2" he mocks a CIA agent's brown jacket over a plaid shirt saying he looks like a used car salesman.

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** 90s 90's Kid mocking the stupid, TotallyRadical attempt at slang in ''Nightcat #1'' with his own stupid, TotallyRadical slang.
** In "New Guardians #2" #2", he mocks a CIA agent's brown jacket over a plaid shirt saying he looks like a used car salesman.



** How about Mighty & Morphing Power Rangers?

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** How about Mighty ''Mighty & Morphing Power Rangers?Rangers''?



'''Linkara:''' Err, if you'll excuse me I have to deal with a situation before I get arrested.\\

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'''Linkara:''' Err, if you'll excuse me me, I have to deal with a situation before I get arrested.\\



** [[CaptainObvious Linkara]]. Also the name of his [[AlterEgoActing avatar character]]. Used on Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses, his personal blog, and such forums as Toonzone and Rangerboard.

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** [[CaptainObvious Linkara]]. Also the name of his [[AlterEgoActing avatar character]]. Used on Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses, his personal blog, blog and such forums as Toonzone and Rangerboard.



*** And on issue 5, "I used a three years' worth budget of alcohol with this series... and I feel like it wasn't enough."
* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: On the video review for Ultimates 3, Issue 1, an irate commenter told Lewis something along the lines of, "I'm sick of these videos. You're obnoxious, pretentious, and your editing is atrocious." Linkara's response?

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*** And on issue 5, "I used a three years' worth budget of alcohol with this series... and And I feel like it wasn't enough."
* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: On the video review for Ultimates 3, Issue 1, ''Ultimates 3'' #1, an irate commenter told Lewis something along the lines of, "I'm sick of these videos. You're obnoxious, pretentious, and your editing is atrocious." Linkara's response?



** Lewis' father plays his older self in the review of ''Superman vs. The Terminator''. Later his whole family shows up as the ghosts from Literature/AChristmasCarol.
** In the ''Franchise/StarTrek''/''ComicBook/XMen'' review we see his mom as a Starfleet Admiral.

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** Lewis' father plays his older self in the review of ''Superman vs. The Terminator''. Later Later, his whole family shows up as the ghosts from Literature/AChristmasCarol.
** In the ''Franchise/StarTrek''/''ComicBook/XMen'' review review, we see his mom as a Starfleet Admiral.



-->'''Film Brain''': Finally they get back to the idea of killing Film/TheSpirit, which of course they plan to do by having Plaster cut him up to tiny little pieces that they will post all over the country. Or you know, they could just blow him up.\\

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-->'''Film Brain''': Finally Finally, they get back to the idea of killing Film/TheSpirit, which of course they plan to do by having Plaster cut him up to tiny little pieces that they will post all over the country. Or Or, you know, they could just blow him up.\\



*** On the other hand, Linkara had thought everyone else already knew that they could shut off Holokara with a single sentence. Also, Linkara had given Holokara all manner of safeguards to keep AIIsACrapshoot from going into effect, and ''they worked''. As revealed later, [[spoiler: there was nothing wrong with Holokara at all; he was acting exactly like Linkara himself would have had he not gotten a WhatTheHellHero moment to snap him out of his FaceHeelTurn.]]

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*** On the other hand, Linkara had thought everyone else already knew that they could shut off Holokara Holo-kara with a single sentence. Also, Linkara had given Holokara Holo-kara all manner of safeguards to keep AIIsACrapshoot from going into effect, and ''they worked''. As revealed later, [[spoiler: there was nothing wrong with Holokara Holo-kara at all; he was acting exactly like Linkara himself would have had he not gotten a WhatTheHellHero moment to snap him out of his FaceHeelTurn.]]



** In an early text review he dubs the title character of ''All-Star Batman and Robin'' "BINO" (Batman InNameOnly). In the video version he decides that "Batman" must actually be an insane hobo who found a Batman costume and dubs him "Crazy Steve."

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** In an early text review review, he dubs the title character of ''All-Star Batman and Robin'' "BINO" (Batman InNameOnly). In the video version version, he decides that "Batman" must actually be an insane hobo who found a Batman costume and dubs him "Crazy Steve."



** In his ''Marville'' #5 review, he says he'd burn it except he's afraid he'd inhale the fumes and get stupider as a result.
** And in his 300th episode, [[spoiler: The Creator/FrankMiller horror show called "Holy Terror" gets burned for its sins.]]

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** In his ''Marville'' #5 review, he says he'd burn it except he's afraid he'd inhale the fumes and get stupider dumber as a result.
** And in his 300th episode, [[spoiler: The the Creator/FrankMiller horror show called "Holy Terror" gets burned for its sins.]]



** He heavily questions this in the "Santa The Barbarian" review, in which Santa vows to kill all the children on the naughty list, but only kills random adults who are (Aside from Hitler) assumingly innocent.

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** He heavily questions this in the "Santa The Barbarian" review, in which Santa vows to kill all the children on the naughty list, but only kills random adults who are (Aside (aside from Hitler) assumingly innocent.



* InformedWrongness: Invoked by Linkara in-universe. Big Barda's InternalMonologue in ''ComicBook/ActionComics'' #592 describes the back alley she stumbles into as being worse than Apokolips, but Linkara comments that this is a [[BlatantLies patently false statement]], since this alley, though unpleasant, is a SugarBowl compared to Apokolips, which is a close approximation to ''hell''.
* InherentlyFunnyWords: In the episode "15 Comics I Won't Review", Linkara refuses to review a highly-requested issue of ''Batman'' because it's the "Joker's Boner" issue and he knows everyone just wants to make him say "boner" repeatedly throughout a review. So, to get it out of everyone's system, he says "boner" repeatedly for the next two minutes.
* InsultToRocks: In his crossover review of ''SpiderMan: One Moment In Time'' with {{The Last Angry Geek}}, he [[ComicBook/OneMoreDay once again]] loudly declares that JoeQuesada is a Hack, and that calling him that is doing a favor to the other hacks out there by [[InvertedTrope making them look better in comparison.]]

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* InformedWrongness: Invoked by Linkara in-universe. Big Barda's InternalMonologue in ''ComicBook/ActionComics'' #592 describes the back alley she stumbles into as being worse than Apokolips, but Linkara comments that this is a [[BlatantLies patently false statement]], since this alley, though unpleasant, is a SugarBowl compared to Apokolips, which is a close approximation to ''hell''.
''Hell''.
* InherentlyFunnyWords: In the episode "15 "Top 15 Comics I Won't Review", Linkara refuses to review a highly-requested issue of ''Batman'' because it's the "Joker's Boner" issue and he knows everyone just wants to make him say "boner" repeatedly throughout a review. So, to get it out of everyone's system, he says "boner" repeatedly for the next two minutes.
* InsultToRocks: In his crossover review of ''SpiderMan: One Moment In Time'' with {{The Last Angry Geek}}, he [[ComicBook/OneMoreDay once again]] loudly declares that JoeQuesada is a Hack, hack, and that calling him that is doing a favor to the other hacks out there by [[InvertedTrope making them look better in comparison.]]



* InternetBackdraft: Parodied in-universe in his Holiday Shopping Guide video; as he is telling the audience "do your own research to find comics you like rather than bugging me all the time for suggestions" he looks over to a Fan Base meter slowly lowering and quickly changes his tune. When he lets Pollo do a review, after the Mechakara arc, Pollo goes on an anti-Creator/GarthEnnis rant as Linkara quietly weeps at how much this must be pissing off so many of his fans.
* TheInternetIsForCats: In the episode on the ''Franchise/{{Spiderman}}: Virtual Mortality'' this gets referenced. After the comic (which is from the 1990s) comments about how 'cyberspace' has no boundries and has infinite potential and possibility, Linkara says "The capacity for pornography, cat videos, and harassment is infinite!"

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* InternetBackdraft: Parodied in-universe in his Holiday Shopping Guide video; as he is telling the audience "do your own research to find comics you like rather than bugging me all the time for suggestions" suggestions", he looks over to a Fan Base meter slowly lowering and quickly changes his tune. When he lets Pollo do a review, after the Mechakara arc, Pollo goes on an anti-Creator/GarthEnnis rant as Linkara quietly weeps at how much this must be pissing off so many of his fans.
* TheInternetIsForCats: In the episode on the ''Franchise/{{Spiderman}}: Virtual Mortality'' this gets referenced. After the comic (which is from the 1990s) comments about how 'cyberspace' has no boundries and has infinite potential and possibility, Linkara says "The capacity for pornography, cat videos, and harassment is infinite!"



* KillItWithFire: This what Linkara does to his reviled copy of ''Superman: At Earth's End'' at the end of his review and to his copy of ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'' at the end of Part 3.

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* KillItWithFire: This is what Linkara does to his reviled copy of ''Superman: At Earth's End'' at the end of his review and to his copy of ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'' at the end of Part 3.



** [[spoiler: Creator/FrankMiller's Holy Terror]] gets this treatment in his 300th episode, with the explanation that while he believes you can do with your comics what you wish, he believes his copy deserves to burn.

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** [[spoiler: Creator/FrankMiller's Holy Terror]] gets this treatment in his 300th episode, with the explanation that that, while he believes you can do with your comics what you wish, he believes his copy deserves to burn.



** During his review of ''Battle for Bludhaven'', he asks in frustration why most of the bad comics he reads have some connection to ''ComicBook/{{Kamandi}}''.

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** During his review of ''Battle for Bludhaven'', Bludhaven #5-6'', he asks in frustration why most of the bad comics he reads have some connection to ''ComicBook/{{Kamandi}}''.



* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: In the intro to the ''S.C.I.-Spy'' #1 review the theme to ''Film/JamesBond'' plays as Linkara does spy-stuff while attempting to open a violin case with the comic. Suddenly, the music changes to that of ''Series/CharliesAngels'' and Linkara imitates the intro to that show, before turning his [=MP3=] player off.
* LegoGenetics: Linkara points out that Superman does not have "superpowers;" his abilities are perfectly natural for a Kryptonian and no more "super" than any normal human ability. To remove his powers in ''Act of God'' he would have to be completely altered genetically, more likely killing him then removing his powers. Linkara even says genetics are not Lego bricks.

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* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: In the intro to the ''S.C.I.-Spy'' #1 review review, the theme to ''Film/JamesBond'' plays as Linkara does spy-stuff while attempting to open a violin case with the comic. Suddenly, the music changes to that of ''Series/CharliesAngels'' and Linkara imitates the intro to that show, before turning his [=MP3=] player off.
* LegoGenetics: Linkara points out that Superman does not have "superpowers;" "superpowers"; his abilities are perfectly natural for a Kryptonian and no more "super" than any normal human ability. To remove his powers in ''Act ''JLA: Act of God'' God'', he would have to be completely altered genetically, more likely killing him then than removing his powers. Linkara even says genetics are not Lego bricks.



** '90s Kid's rants are always backed up by {{Music/Nirvana}}'s "Smells Like Teen Spirit", though he sometimes uses "Smells Like Nirvana" by Music/WeirdAlYankovic in its place. "Finger of Fear" for Dr. Insano (and Dr. Linksano). "Graveyard" for Mechakara.

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** '90s 90's Kid's rants are always backed up by {{Music/Nirvana}}'s "Smells Like Teen Spirit", though he sometimes uses "Smells Like Nirvana" by Music/WeirdAlYankovic in its place. "Finger of Fear" for Dr. Insano (and Dr. Linksano). "Graveyard" for Mechakara.



** Ma-ti In Captain Planet #3.

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** Ma-ti In Captain Ma-Ti in ''Captain Planet #3.#3''.



* LipstickAndLoadMontage: During the "Linkara Lost" arc, [[RealLifeRelative Linkara's real-life girlfriend]] Iron Liz replaces him for an episode. We see her suiting up in a near shot-for-shot remake of Linkara's own LockAndLoadMontage... save for one shot of her applying lipstick.

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* LipstickAndLoadMontage: During the "Linkara Lost" arc, [[RealLifeRelative Linkara's real-life (now ex) girlfriend]] Iron Liz replaces him for an episode. We see her suiting up in a near shot-for-shot remake of Linkara's own LockAndLoadMontage... save for one shot of her applying lipstick.



* LogicBomb: Frequently pointed out, with something along the lines of, "Yeah, ''[insert logical inconsistency here]''! ...wait, what?"
* LongList: In Linkara’s review of Marville #5, when the question, “What could be more impressive?” is asked, he gives this response:

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* LogicBomb: Frequently pointed out, with something along the lines of, "Yeah, ''[insert logical inconsistency here]''! ...wait, Wait, what?"
* LongList: In Linkara’s review of Marville ''Marville'' #5, when the question, “What could be more impressive?” is asked, he gives this response:



* LostAesop: One of Linkara's primary criticisms of ''ComicBook/JLAActOfGod'' was its inability to hold on to a single message. At some points the comic seemed to be anti-vigilante, critiquing superheroes for their "[[YouKeepUsingThatWord arrogance]]," but at other points in the stories it seems to imply that it is the responsibility of any socially conscious individual to take matters into their own hands. Sometimes it explains the importance of working within the system and at other times people who do so are only too scared to break out of it. At no point does it give a consistent, clear message to its readers.

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* LostAesop: One of Linkara's primary criticisms of ''ComicBook/JLAActOfGod'' was its inability to hold on to a single message. At some points points, the comic seemed to be anti-vigilante, critiquing superheroes for their "[[YouKeepUsingThatWord arrogance]]," but at other points in the stories stories, it seems to imply that it is the responsibility of any socially conscious individual to take matters into their own hands. Sometimes it explains the importance of working within the system and at other times people who do so are only too scared to break out of it. At no point does it give a consistent, clear message to its readers.



--> Whoa, apparently the Borg don't have [[NoOSHACompliance OSHA]], because this thing just tried to kill me!

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--> Whoa, apparently apparently, the Borg don't have [[NoOSHACompliance OSHA]], because this thing just tried to kill me!



* MindScrew: The conclusion of the SilentHill Dead/Alive review, somewhat appropriately. In his review of [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Detective Comics #27]], Linkara notes that he does not have to do his introduction every time because he could simply edit in a previous instance and we would ''never'' know. He then grins and remarks "how's that for a mind screw?"

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* MindScrew: The conclusion of the SilentHill Dead/Alive review, somewhat appropriately. In his review of [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Detective Comics #27]], Linkara notes that he does not have to do his introduction every time because he could simply edit in a previous instance and we would ''never'' know. He then grins and remarks "how's that for a mind screw?"screw?".



* MissingTheGoodStuff: In "Linking Up with Linkara" he wakes up to find he has just had an incredible threesome with WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick and WebVideo/MarzGurl, but cannot remember anything about it. They also declare that they will not do it again as nothing could possibly measure up to the first time, plus he cannot just watch the two of them because of his own loud and proud feminist views. [[spoiler:It is all a prank, but he is left to stew about it for a week.]]
* MistakenForGay: In his "Athena #1" review Linkara officially announces that he is straight, to counter accusations that he dislikes women being objectified in comic books because he is gay (rather than feminist disagreement with the concept of boob windows and constant ass shots).

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* MissingTheGoodStuff: In "Linking Up with Linkara" Linkara", he wakes up to find he has just had an incredible threesome with WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick and WebVideo/MarzGurl, but cannot remember anything about it. They also declare that they will not do it again as nothing could possibly measure up to the first time, plus he cannot just watch the two of them because of his own loud and proud feminist views. [[spoiler:It is all a prank, but he is left to stew about it for a week.]]
* MistakenForGay: In his "Athena #1" review review, Linkara officially announces that he is straight, to counter accusations that he dislikes women being objectified in comic books because he is gay (rather than feminist disagreement with the concept of boob windows and constant ass shots).



** Near the end of ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'' #1-2, he's ultra-excited about seeing Captain America and Thor fight off all kinds of dead creatures, until it cuts to [[spoiler: The Blob eating The Wasp]]. Linkara enters rage mode, declaring [[spoiler: the comic sucks before he even finishes it]].

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** Near the end of ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'' #1-2, he's ultra-excited about seeing Captain America and Thor fight off all kinds of dead creatures, until it cuts to [[spoiler: The Blob eating The Wasp]]. Linkara enters rage mode, declaring [[spoiler: that the comic sucks before he even finishes it]].



* MoralEventHorizon: In-universe, even '90s Kid could not get behind ''Countdown'' after Superboy-Prime killed the pregnant Lana Lang from an alternate Earth.

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* MoralEventHorizon: In-universe, even '90s 90's Kid could not get behind ''Countdown'' after Superboy-Prime killed the pregnant Lana Lang from an alternate Earth.



* MultipleEndings: Parodied in the "Alternate Endings" follow-up to his ''SilentHill: Dying Inside'' review - the alternate endings include being trapped in a room a la ''Silent Hill: The Room'', being trapped in ''Phantasmagoria 2'' in a ShoutOut to Spoony, and Harvey Finevoice turning out to be an alien who takes him to a planet which has ''good'' comics. Parodied again in a similar followup to his ''SilentHill: Dead / Alive'' vid.
* MyFutureSelfAndMe: Linkara and his father.

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* MultipleEndings: Parodied in the "Alternate Endings" follow-up to his ''SilentHill: Dying Inside'' review - the alternate endings include being trapped in a room a la ''Silent Hill: The Room'', being trapped in ''Phantasmagoria 2'' in a ShoutOut to Spoony, and Harvey Finevoice turning out to be an alien who takes him to a planet which has ''good'' comics. comics.
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Parodied again in a similar followup to his ''SilentHill: Dead / Alive'' vid.
Dead/Alive'' vids.
* MyFutureSelfAndMe: Linkara and his father.future self (played by Lewis's father).



* NameMcAdjective: In his review of Uncanny X-Men #424 he said that Chuck Austen "could not fail any more if [his] name was Faily [=McFailing=] Fail!"
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: There is a lovely little LampshadeHanging of this practice in his Daredevil #306 review regarding the Surgeon General, whose last name is actually Cutter:

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* NameMcAdjective: In his review of Uncanny X-Men #424 #424, he said that Chuck Austen "could not fail any more if [his] name was Faily [=McFailing=] Fail!"
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: There is a lovely little LampshadeHanging of this practice in his Daredevil ''Daredevil'' #306 review regarding the Surgeon General, whose last name is actually Cutter:



* NiceHat: His trilby. At ComiCon, when asked if he was wearing "the" hat, his response was "Yes, and you may touch it for a dollar, good sir!" In his ChristmasEpisode it becomes extra nice. How? He wears a [[SantaClaus Santa hat]] on top of the trilby!
** According to the ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'' commentary, his trilby protects him from the life draining effects of Magic.

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* NiceHat: His trilby. At ComiCon, when asked if he was wearing "the" hat, his response was "Yes, and you may touch it for a dollar, good sir!" In his ChristmasEpisode ChristmasEpisode, it becomes extra nice. How? He wears a [[SantaClaus Santa hat]] on top of the trilby!
** According to the ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'' commentary, his trilby protects him from the life draining effects of Magic.magic.



** In the ''Rise of Arsenal'' review, he states this trope. As we see a panel of Roy Harper getting his arm ripped off by his daughter. [[invoked]]

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** In the ''Rise of Arsenal'' review, he states this trope. As trope as we see a panel of Roy Harper getting his arm ripped off by his daughter. [[invoked]]



* NinetiesAntiHero: '90s Kid suggests a heavily armed hero named Bloodgun. Who is entirely made ''out'' of guns, including one for a head.

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* NinetiesAntiHero: '90s 90's Kid suggests a heavily armed hero named Bloodgun. Who is entirely made ''out'' of guns, including one for a head.



** Among the 15 comics he would not review was the infamous Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}. He stated that he wished he had never heard of it and refused to give it any publicity.
** His [[WhatTheHellHero reaction]] to New 52!Jaime Reyes pretending to fall under the scarab's control by hitting his best friend ''who has had an abusive father'' results in him going into this... and then taking it one step further.
* NoodleImplements: When Franchise/{{Superman}} was forced to do porn under mind control the story brushes it off with Superman saying his memory was fuzzy. Linkara jokes about him remembering a goat, salad dressing, and a traffic cone.
--> "And after that it just gets ''weeeeeeeeiiiiiiiiird''."

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** Among the 15 comics he would not review was the infamous Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}. He stated that he wished he had never heard of it and refused to give it any publicity.
publicity (through he quicly did a mini-review on it for two minutes straight).
** His [[WhatTheHellHero reaction]] to New 52!Jaime Reyes pretending to fall under the scarab's Scarab's control by hitting his best friend ''who has had an abusive father'' results in him going into this... and And then taking it one step further.
* NoodleImplements: When Franchise/{{Superman}} was forced to do porn under mind control control, the story brushes it off with Superman saying his memory was fuzzy. Linkara jokes about him remembering a goat, salad dressing, and a traffic cone.
--> "And after that that, it just gets ''weeeeeeeeiiiiiiiiird''."



** The review of ''All-Star Batman and Robin'' includes parts of the script and the disclaimer is used just to assure us that what the viewer is seeing actually is what Creator/FrankMiller wrote - particularly that Miller admits ''in writing'' to being shameless in wanting a close-up panel of Vicki Vale's panty-clad ass.

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** The review of ''All-Star Batman and Robin'' #1-2 includes parts of the script for the first issue and the disclaimer is used just to assure us that what the viewer is seeing actually is what Creator/FrankMiller wrote - particularly that Miller admits ''in writing'' to being shameless in wanting a close-up panel of Vicki Vale's panty-clad ass.



*** Further supporting this is ''Ultimatum'' where Ironman openly wishes for a Martini bath.

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*** Further supporting this is ''Ultimatum'' where Ironman Iron Man openly wishes for a Martini bath.



** In his 9 minute quick review of the film ''Future Shock'', he cites that he ''did not'' add incredibly melodramatic music to a plane that crashed into a yard. The music was already there in the film.
** In his Review of ''Avengers'' #1, Linkara has Loki consider a plan, to battle Thor, that has him giving Birth to a Eight Leg Horse.
--> ''Look it up, Kids! Mythology is messed up!

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** In his 9 minute minutes quick review of the film ''Future Shock'', he cites that he ''did not'' add incredibly melodramatic music to a plane that crashed into a yard. The music was already there in the film.
** In his Review review of ''Avengers'' #1, Linkara has Loki consider a plan, plan to battle Thor, Thor that has him giving Birth to a Eight Leg Horse.
--> ''Look it up, Kids! kids! Mythology is messed up!



* ObfuscatingStupidity: According to his speech in the movie, [[spoiler: Nineties Kid acts as a LargeHam so that people will underestimate him. BewareTheSillyOnes indeed.]]

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* ObfuscatingStupidity: According to his speech in the movie, [[spoiler: Nineties 90's Kid acts as a LargeHam so that people will underestimate him. BewareTheSillyOnes indeed.]]



* OminousVisualGlitch: When "The Entity" was nearing, it was causing glitches in the show.

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* OminousVisualGlitch: When "The Entity" the Entity was nearing, it was causing glitches in the show.



** At the end of his review of "Captain Electron," Linkara states that the comic has inspired him to "do something worthwhile" on the computer... then adds that he will spend the next 5 hours surfing TVTropes and then watch a video of a cat doing something cute. Oh, Linkara. We've all been there.
* OnlySaneMan: Views Joe, a minor character from ''Silent Hill: Paint It Black'' who kicked [[{{Jerkass}} Ike Isaacs]] out of his apartment, as be the only sensible character in all of Scott Ciencin's ''SilentHill'' comics.

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** At the end of his review of "Captain Electron," Electron", Linkara states that the comic has inspired him to "do something worthwhile" on the computer... then Then adds that he will spend the next 5 hours surfing TVTropes and then watch a video of a cat doing something cute. Oh, Linkara. We've all been there.
* OnlySaneMan: Views Joe, a minor character from ''Silent Hill: Paint It Black'' who kicked [[{{Jerkass}} Ike Isaacs]] out of his apartment, as be being the only sensible character in all of Scott Ciencin's ''SilentHill'' comics.



** When someone badmouthed about [[Creator/JewWario]] after the latter's death, Lewis lost it, and told that person to go "fuck themselves".



** HotterAndSexier: One of his main complaints with DC Comics' business model is how almost every female character is drawn in an anatomically incorrect way in a [[FetishRetardant failed attempt to be arousing]]. Averted in his ''Plan 9'' review, where he says the trope works in the context of the comic as it's trying [[GenreThrowback to emulate campy 50s]] [[BMovie B Movies]].

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** HotterAndSexier: One of his main complaints with DC Comics' business model is how almost every female character is drawn in an anatomically incorrect way in a [[FetishRetardant failed attempt to be arousing]]. Averted in his ''Plan 9'' review, where he says the trope works ''works'' in the context of the comic as it's trying [[GenreThrowback to emulate campy 50s]] [[BMovie B Movies]].



** MonsterClown (at least when overused)

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** MonsterClown (at least least, when overused)



-->'''On the Marvel Ultimate Universe in Ultimates #1-2:''' ''Furthermore, I dislike the Ultimate Universe as a whole. This idea that somehow superheroes in the real world are going to be assholes, or that the governments of Earth will try to have the perfect superbeings as weapons, or etc. etc. just doesn't appeal to me.''

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-->'''On the Marvel Ultimate Universe in Ultimates #1-2:''' ''Furthermore, I dislike the Ultimate Universe as a whole. This idea that somehow that, somehow, superheroes in the real world are going to be assholes, or that the governments of Earth will try to have the perfect superbeings as weapons, or etc. etc. just doesn't appeal to me.''



* PlutoIsExpendable: In the second part of the ''Countdown'' review, Chester A Bum makes good on his threat to destroy it. WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic was unimpressed. After all, it had stopped all the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts jokes. He had more of a reaction from seeing Hollywood, Rome, and France destroyed instead.

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* PlutoIsExpendable: In the second part of the ''Countdown'' review, Chester A A. Bum makes good on his threat to destroy it. WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic was unimpressed. After all, it had stopped all the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts jokes. He had more of a reaction from seeing Hollywood, Rome, and France destroyed instead.



* PortalCut: Discussed in his review of an early Image comic, Newmen, one of the characters is "Exit", a teleporter who can open portals, a splash page shows him halfway through the portal leaning out. Linkara actually prays for the portal to close and cut him in half.

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* PortalCut: Discussed in his review of an early Image comic, Newmen, one ''Newmen''. One of the characters is "Exit", a teleporter who can open portals, a splash page shows him halfway through the portal leaning out. Linkara actually prays for the portal to close and cut him in half.



* PowerupLetdown: His ''Maximum Clonage'' review is upgraded to ''wide screen''! Now you can see... more of the futon and the shadow on one side...

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* PowerupLetdown: His ''Maximum Clonage'' review is upgraded to ''wide screen''! Now you can see... more More of the futon and the shadow on one side...



** An actually in-character example from TheMovie; after hearing the villain's latest rant he simply replies "yeah, well fuck you too" and opens fire.

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** An actually in-character example from TheMovie; after hearing the villain's latest rant he simply replies "yeah, well well, fuck you too" and opens fire.



** This tendency is subverted in the review for ''Secret Defenders'' #10. Linkara cannot do one as he could only get Phelous as a guest star; everyone else was too busy making crossover videos following the brawl.
** [[http://atopthefourthwall.com/catwoman-guardian-of-gotham-2/ Catwoman: Guardian of Gotham #2]] has an [[PostModernism extremely meta]] {{deconstruction}}, with the guests mentioning how these segments go (and how loud the music...).

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** This tendency is subverted in the review for ''Secret Defenders'' #10. Linkara cannot do one as he could only get Phelous as a guest star; everyone else was too busy making crossover videos following the brawl.
Brawl.
** The one for [[http://atopthefourthwall.com/catwoman-guardian-of-gotham-2/ Catwoman: Guardian of Gotham #2]] has an is quite [[PostModernism extremely meta]] {{deconstruction}}, with the guests mentioning how these segments go on (and how loud is the music...).



** In his Franchise/PowerRangers comic review he starts talking about [[http://www.myspace.com/henshin-vault the prop maker]] he bought his Dragon Dagger from, ending with the web address onscreen and Mechakara calling him out on it.

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** In his Franchise/PowerRangers comic review review, he starts talking about [[http://www.myspace.com/henshin-vault the prop maker]] he bought his Dragon Dagger from, ending with the web address onscreen and Mechakara calling him out on it.
30th Jan '17 9:06:14 AM Asue
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** Before he got the theme song and opening sequence, episodes would start with Linkara digging through his closet, pulling out the comic ''du jour'', and saying "Aha! Now we've got it!" (This gets a CallBack in the Electric Tale of Pikachu review.)

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** Before he got the theme song and opening sequence, episodes would start with Linkara digging through his closet, pulling out the comic ''du jour'', and saying "Aha! Now we've got it!" (This gets a CallBack in the Electric Tale of Pikachu review.)review).



** Also, The dog from the Dead/Alive review, referring to him as more likable, with more interesting scenes (And calling him the real star of the comic, Ala bulk and Skull).

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** Also, The the dog from the Dead/Alive review, referring to him as more likable, with more interesting scenes (And calling him the real star of the comic, Ala bulk and Skull).



** The Unnamed commander of the Argentinian camp in ''[[Film/TheThing1982 The Thing From Another World]]'' comic. He displayed common sense, and didn't take crap from one of the {{Jerkass}} characters in the comic. Linkara even named him Señor Sunglasses.

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** The Unnamed unnamed commander of the Argentinian camp in ''[[Film/TheThing1982 The Thing From Another World]]'' comic. He displayed common sense, and didn't take crap from one of the {{Jerkass}} characters in the comic. Linkara even named him Señor Sunglasses.



** He jokes about a nameless movie theater usher being his favorite character in ''Marville'' while doing the review of the first issue (given that no one else in that series is likeable ''at all'').



--->[[spoiler:'''Linkara:''' Even '90s Kid isn't creepy enough to want to prop up Kurt Cobain's body onstage!]]

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--->[[spoiler:'''Linkara:''' Even '90s 90's Kid isn't creepy enough to want to prop up Kurt Cobain's body onstage!]]



* ExecutiveMeddling:[[invoked]] Linkara points out editors should stick to editing and leave the writing to writers.

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* ExecutiveMeddling:[[invoked]] Linkara points out multiple times that editors should stick to editing and leave the writing to writers.



* FanficFuel:[[invoked]] Referenced in the Warrior #2 review during a trip to the [[Film/TheRoom Tommy Wiseauniverse]]. ''"You are trying to steal my hat! You are giving the slash ficers material! YOU ARE TEARING ME APART, INSANO!!!"''

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* FanficFuel:[[invoked]] Referenced in the Warrior #2 review during a trip to the [[Film/TheRoom Tommy Wiseauniverse]]. ''"You are trying to steal my hat! You are giving the slash ficers slash-ficcers material! YOU ARE TEARING ME APART, INSANO!!!"''



* FlippingTheBird: During the Marville #5 review, the the issue takes a potshot at scientists. Cut to Dr. Linksano doing this trope to the screen (and presumably the comic). Later, when the issue outright calls anthropologists people without jobs, Linkara invites the audience to do the same to the comic.

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* FlippingTheBird: During the Marville #5 review, the the issue takes a potshot at scientists. Cut to Dr. Linksano doing this trope to the screen (and presumably (and, presumably, the comic). Later, when the issue outright calls anthropologists people without jobs, Linkara invites the audience to do the same to the comic.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Because Holokara is based on Linkara's personality, [[spoiler:its FaceHeelTurn makes more sense when it is revealed that Linkara is also becoming evil]].
** [[spoiler:One of two major hints that '90s Kid was under possession of the Entity[=/=]MissingNo.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Because Holokara Holo-kara is based on Linkara's personality, [[spoiler:its FaceHeelTurn makes more sense when it is revealed that Linkara is also becoming evil]].
** [[spoiler:One of two major hints that '90s 90's Kid was under possession of the Entity[=/=]MissingNo.]]



** Following [[spoiler:Jaeris' introduction]] the Cybermats on the shelves behind Linkara [[spoiler: start acting funny indicating they are under The King of Worm's control]] [[note]]Extremely noticeable in SciSpy #6. [[/note]]
** In his Zombie Christmas Carol Review, Linkara's comment on the Future Ghost is; "Reminding you of a doom you'd forgotten". Linkara confirmed that was foreshadowing to his current Story Line (as of 2016)?

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** Following [[spoiler:Jaeris' introduction]] introduction]], the Cybermats on the shelves behind Linkara [[spoiler: start acting funny indicating they are under The King of Worm's control]] [[note]]Extremely noticeable in SciSpy #6. [[/note]]
** In his Zombie ''Zombie Christmas Carol Review, Carol'' review, Linkara's comment on the Future Ghost is; "Reminding you of a doom you'd forgotten". Linkara confirmed that was foreshadowing to his current Story Line storyline (as of 2016)?2016).



* FunnyBackgroundEvent: If you look Close at the background, in his US-1 #5 Review, you may notice that during the Review, a Semi Truck Toy on the shelf transforms in to Optimus Prime and back again!?

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: If you look Close closely at the background, in his US-1 #5 Review, review, you may notice that during the Review, review, a Semi Truck Toy semi-truck toy on the shelf transforms in to into Optimus Prime and back again!?again.



'''Linkara:''' Is that good... is that bad?\\

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'''Linkara:''' Is that good... is good? Is that bad?\\



** Dr Doom's plan from Ultimates 3, as revealed in Ultimatum. Linkara goes on a long rant with it.

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** Dr Doom's plan from Ultimates 3, ''Ultimates 3'', as revealed in Ultimatum.''Ultimatum''. Linkara goes on a long rant with it.



* GoKartingWithBowser: At the end of the Entity arc he asks everyone he rescues if they want to play Pokemon… including Linksano who was still a villain at the time.

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* GoKartingWithBowser: At the end of the Entity arc arc, he asks everyone he rescues rescued if they want to play Pokemon… including Linksano who (who was still a villain at the time.time).



* GoshDangitToHeck: Linkara is not afraid to use lighter swears like ass, Hell, damn, etc., but generally refrains from using stronger ones. He has even said "Funk and Wagnall" in the place of the F-bomb at least three times; ironically (or intentionally), it makes that sentence funnier. In his ''Top 15 Screw-Ups'' he admits he uses such words in real life all the time, even pointing out some examples listed below where they do bleed into his reviews, but he chooses to not use them in his reviews because he feels they are better off without them.

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* GoshDangitToHeck: Linkara is not afraid to use lighter swears like ass, Hell, damn, etc., but generally refrains from using stronger ones. He has even said "Funk and Wagnall" in the place of the F-bomb at least three times; ironically (or intentionally), it makes that sentence funnier. In his ''Top 15 Screw-Ups'' Screw-Ups'', he admits he uses such words in real life all the time, even pointing out some examples listed below where they do bleed into his reviews, but he chooses to not use them in his reviews because he feels they are better off without them.



* GuestHost: Pollo organizes Harvey Finevoice and '90s Kid to keep the scheduled reviews, despite Linkara being kidnapped to another dimension.
** And upon his return, he thanks Pollo, and [[BlatantLies is thoroughly impressed with '90s Kid's review]].

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* GuestHost: Pollo organizes Harvey Finevoice and '90s 90's Kid to keep the scheduled reviews, despite Linkara being kidnapped to another dimension.
** And upon his return, he thanks Pollo, and [[BlatantLies is thoroughly impressed with '90s 90's Kid's review]].



* HandWave: Linkara took a very long time to explain why his gun shoots lasers and in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' review he simply says "It's magic! I don't have to explain it!" which is a blatant ShoutOut to his much-hated ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay''. He later [[PoweredByAForsakenChild gave the full story]], but at the time the character didn't actually know how it worked.

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* HandWave: Linkara took a very long time to explain why his gun shoots lasers and in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' review he simply says "It's magic! I don't have to explain it!" which is a blatant ShoutOut to his much-hated ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay''. He later [[PoweredByAForsakenChild gave the full story]], but but, at the time time, the character didn't actually know how it worked.



** Show-related: the joke about [[spoiler: Missingno]] from The Dark Knight Strikes Again Part 2 review is much less funny when you find out [[spoiler: who the Entity is...]]

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** Show-related: the joke about [[spoiler: Missingno]] MissingNo]] from The Dark Knight Strikes Again Part 2 review is much less funny when you find out [[spoiler: who the Entity is...]]



** In his Brain Drain Review, Linkara sees [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]] actually considering his grotesque transformation to be a good thing, but he nearly lets this slide, despite his fury that the author had obviously never read a Fantastic Four comic, because the comic is pretty much an advertisement for Office Max. Then the (literal) BSOD comes on when he sees the writer was Tom Defalco, Former EDITOR-IN-CHIEF at Marvel.

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** In his Brain Drain Review, ''Brain Drain'' review, Linkara sees [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]] actually considering his grotesque transformation to be a good thing, but he nearly lets this slide, despite his fury that the author had obviously never read a Fantastic Four comic, because the comic is pretty much an advertisement for Office Max. Then the (literal) BSOD comes on when he sees the writer was Tom Defalco, Former EDITOR-IN-CHIEF at Marvel.



** Nineties Kid, of all people, reveals that [[spoiler: he isn't as stupid as he seems in TheMovie, when he gives a very [[HeartwarmingMoments heartfelt]] speech to [[WebVideo/ObscurusLupa Lupa]].]]
* HighlyVisibleNinja: His ninja-style dancing, particularly when it is done to Caramelldansen.

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** Nineties 90's Kid, of all people, reveals that [[spoiler: he isn't as stupid as he seems in TheMovie, when he gives a very [[HeartwarmingMoments heartfelt]] speech to [[WebVideo/ObscurusLupa Lupa]].]]
* HighlyVisibleNinja: His NSD's ninja-style dancing, particularly when it is done to Caramelldansen.



* HoYay: [[invoked]] Lampshaded. "You are giving the {{slash fic}}-ers material!"

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* HoYay: [[invoked]] Lampshaded. "You are giving the {{slash fic}}-ers fic}}c-ers material!"



** Also in the Batman/Spawn crossover "for god's sake just kiss him already!"
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Played for laughs in ''Linking Up with Linkara'' when WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick and WebVideo/MarzGurl declare they are going lesbian and he asks if he can watch. [=NChick=] tells him "No that's exploitation, you're a feminist that's bad."

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** Also in the Batman/Spawn crossover "for god's sake crossover: "For God's sake, just kiss him already!"
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Played for laughs in ''Linking Up with Linkara'' when WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick and WebVideo/MarzGurl declare they are going lesbian and he asks if he can watch. [=NChick=] tells him "No "No, that's exploitation, you're a feminist feminist, that's bad."
8th Jan '17 3:42:15 PM nombretomado
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** He says that ''{{Ultimatum}}'' could be burned, but "fire is too good for it", so it get thrown "where it belongs": the trash bin.

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** He says that ''{{Ultimatum}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'' could be burned, but "fire is too good for it", so it get thrown "where it belongs": the trash bin.



** Near the end of ''{{Ultimatum}}'' #1-2, he's ultra-excited about seeing Captain America and Thor fight off all kinds of dead creatures, until it cuts to [[spoiler: The Blob eating The Wasp]]. Linkara enters rage mode, declaring [[spoiler: the comic sucks before he even finishes it]].

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** Near the end of ''{{Ultimatum}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'' #1-2, he's ultra-excited about seeing Captain America and Thor fight off all kinds of dead creatures, until it cuts to [[spoiler: The Blob eating The Wasp]]. Linkara enters rage mode, declaring [[spoiler: the comic sucks before he even finishes it]].



** The Blob eating the Wasp in ''{{Ultimatum}}'', which promptly halts his review and causes him to quickly call out the comic for putting in something like that with no warning for mature readers, as well as killing the Wasp for no good reason.

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** The Blob eating the Wasp in ''{{Ultimatum}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'', which promptly halts his review and causes him to quickly call out the comic for putting in something like that with no warning for mature readers, as well as killing the Wasp for no good reason.
24th Dec '16 7:21:37 PM MisterBeeg
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** In the 200th Episode, where he reviewed the Spider-Man "One More Time", Linkara joked that, in one alternate universe, Peter Parker is a pig, and then adds that he didn't make it up and told the viewers to Google "Spider-Ham".
19th Dec '16 3:39:27 AM Morgenthaler
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** He declared Joe, who showed up in all of one panel, to be his favorite character of the ''SilentHill'' comics. Of course he wasn't facing much competition from [[{{Jerkass}} the rest]] [[TooDumbToLive of the cast]].

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** He declared Joe, who showed up in all of one panel, to be his favorite character of the ''SilentHill'' ''ComicBook/SilentHill'' comics. Of course he wasn't facing much competition from [[{{Jerkass}} the rest]] [[TooDumbToLive of the cast]].



** He points out the character in ''SilentHill4: The Room'' could just break the wall to remove the chains.

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** He points out the character in ''SilentHill4: ''VideoGame/SilentHill4: The Room'' could just break the wall to remove the chains.



** After blasting ''SilentHill: Dying Inside'' for missing the point of the ''SilentHill'' series, he has a badass finale where he takes out [[ImplacableMan Pyramid Head]] with a [[MoreDakka Gatling gun]] and a [[StuffBlowingUp big explosion]]. The credits have him copping to the hypocrisy.

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** After blasting ''SilentHill: ''ComicBook/SilentHill: Dying Inside'' for missing the point of the ''SilentHill'' ''Franchise/SilentHill'' series, he has a badass finale where he takes out [[ImplacableMan Pyramid Head]] with a [[MoreDakka Gatling gun]] and a [[StuffBlowingUp big explosion]]. The credits have him copping to the hypocrisy.



** Upon seeing that Dave Willis of ''{{Webcomic/Shortpacked}}'' donated some Dreamwave ''{{Transformers}}'', he quips "[[TransformersTheMovie I thought you were made of sterner stuff. Why throw away these comics so recklessly?]]" [[GilliganCut Cut to ten minutes later]], when he does just that.

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** Upon seeing that Dave Willis of ''{{Webcomic/Shortpacked}}'' donated some Dreamwave ''{{Transformers}}'', ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', he quips "[[TransformersTheMovie "[[WesternAnimation/TransformersTheMovie I thought you were made of sterner stuff. Why throw away these comics so recklessly?]]" [[GilliganCut Cut to ten minutes later]], when he does just that.
19th Dec '16 3:38:18 AM Morgenthaler
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** After blasting ''SilentHill: Dying Inside'' for missing the point of the ''SilentHill'' series, he has a BadAss finale where he takes out [[ImplacableMan Pyramid Head]] with a [[MoreDakka Gatling gun]] and a [[StuffBlowingUp big explosion]]. The credits have him copping to the hypocrisy.

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** After blasting ''SilentHill: Dying Inside'' for missing the point of the ''SilentHill'' series, he has a BadAss badass finale where he takes out [[ImplacableMan Pyramid Head]] with a [[MoreDakka Gatling gun]] and a [[StuffBlowingUp big explosion]]. The credits have him copping to the hypocrisy.
25th Nov '16 11:18:57 AM BabClayton
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* In his Zombie Christmas Carol Review, Linkara's comment on the Future Ghost is; "Reminding you of a doom you'd forgotten". Linkara confirmed that was foreshadowing to his current Story Line (as of 2016)?

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* ** In his Zombie Christmas Carol Review, Linkara's comment on the Future Ghost is; "Reminding you of a doom you'd forgotten". Linkara confirmed that was foreshadowing to his current Story Line (as of 2016)?
25th Nov '16 11:18:23 AM BabClayton
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* In his Zombie Christmas Carol Review, Linkara's comment on the Future Ghost is; "Reminding you of a doom you'd forgotten". Linkara confirmed that was foreshadowing to his current Story Line (as of 2016)?
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