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29th Oct '17 12:58:46 PM nombretomado
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** In TheCinemaSnob parody, any attempt at "What the fuck" [[CurseCutShort is interrupted by]] Linkara doing another of Brad's characters.

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** In TheCinemaSnob WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob parody, any attempt at "What the fuck" [[CurseCutShort is interrupted by]] Linkara doing another of Brad's characters.
23rd Oct '17 3:17:05 PM mangamanic
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* ExplainExplainOhCrap: Responding to a question about how close he is to finishing ''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga'', Linkara responds by showing off literal armfuls of collected editions, along with 'other' clone saga books and spin-off's.
-->'''Linkara:''' Basically, I'm never going to be done with The Clone Saga...{{Beat}}...Damnit!
15th Oct '17 6:51:07 PM kawaiineko333
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** In his ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger'' review of that series' Green Ranger arc, he considers the mood whiplash between serious storyline with silly credits to be moreso than Series/BlakesSeven.
17th Sep '17 11:26:43 AM nombretomado
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* PeaceThroughSuperiorFirepower: In his crossover with The Nostalgia Critic to review ''Film/SupermanIVTheQuestForPeace'', he points out that nuclear weapons have actually ''prevented'' war from [[{{WorldWarIII}} breaking out on a global scale]], and are therefore a good thing overall.
20th Aug '17 2:04:59 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** Also in his SilentHill Dead/Alive review. [[spoiler: Linkara is too young to have had a daughter, raised her to thirteen (with her mother), tortured her to death AND forgotten about it so well, there's no lingering signs in his life. The story line would have worked better with someone in their mid-thirties at the youngest. Linkara acknowledges this in the commentary.]]

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** Also in his SilentHill ComicBook/SilentHill Dead/Alive review. [[spoiler: Linkara is too young to have had a daughter, raised her to thirteen (with her mother), tortured her to death AND forgotten about it so well, there's no lingering signs in his life. The story line would have worked better with someone in their mid-thirties at the youngest. Linkara acknowledges this in the commentary.]]



** He occasionally starts a review with "I '''LOVE''' [subject of comic]!" Examples include ''SilentHill'', Christmas, and ''Series/BlakesSeven''.

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** He occasionally starts a review with "I '''LOVE''' [subject of comic]!" Examples include ''SilentHill'', ''Franchise/SilentHill'', Christmas, and ''Series/BlakesSeven''.



* 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 ComicBook/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?".



* 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'' vids.

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* MultipleEndings: Parodied in the "Alternate Endings" follow-up to his ''SilentHill: ''ComicBook/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: ''ComicBook/SilentHill: Dead/Alive'' vids.



* OnlySaneMan: Views Joe, a minor character from ''Silent Hill: Paint It Black'' who kicked [[{{Jerkass}} Ike Isaacs]] out of his apartment, as being the only sensible character in all of Scott Ciencin's ''SilentHill'' comics.

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* OnlySaneMan: Views Joe, a minor character from ''Silent Hill: Paint It Black'' who kicked [[{{Jerkass}} Ike Isaacs]] out of his apartment, as being the only sensible character in all of Scott Ciencin's ''SilentHill'' ''ComicBook/SilentHill'' comics.



* PassThePopcorn: During ''SilentHill: Dead/Alive'', it looks like Christabella is finally going to get her comeuppance. Linkara's reaction? "Ooh, hang on a second! Let me get some popcorn!" The comic does not give him a proper chance.

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* PassThePopcorn: During ''SilentHill: ''ComicBook/SilentHill: Dead/Alive'', it looks like Christabella is finally going to get her comeuppance. Linkara's reaction? "Ooh, hang on a second! Let me get some popcorn!" The comic does not give him a proper chance.
22nd Jul '17 3:23:44 PM GunarmDyne
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* NeverLiveItDown: InUniverse he declares that he'll forever be subjected to "This comic is Re-Todded!" comments for the rest of his life thanks to ''Countdown''.



* 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!

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* NiceHat: His trilby. At ComiCon, [=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!
14th Jul '17 11:37:37 PM Piterpicher
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* InsultedAwake: Backfires when he snaps out a possessed Spoony with the line "You're standing in my spot, sir." from ''{{Swat 4}}''. Spoony woke up, but punched Linkara, shouting "I'm not ''in your fucking way''!".

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* InsultedAwake: Backfires when he snaps out a possessed Spoony with the line "You're standing in my spot, sir." from ''{{Swat 4}}''.''VideoGame/SWAT4''. Spoony woke up, but punched Linkara, shouting "I'm not ''in your fucking way''!".
7th Jul '17 4:17:54 AM MinisterOfSinister
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* EverybodyKnewAlready: It was in {{defi|edTrope}}ance of this trope that Linkara specifically excluded ''ComicBook/HolyTerror'' from his "15 Worst Comics I've Ever Reviewed" -- anyone who saw his 300th episode would see its place at the top of the list coming from a mile away and he wanted to have some surprise in his selection of comics.
30th Jun '17 9:53:42 PM chasemaddigan
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* LineInTheSand: In the ''Robocop vs. the Terminator #2'' review Linkara is confronted by all his friends that his current plan (hijacking the world's satellites to target a superweapon on short notice) is highly immoral. After explaining his reasons (but not even attempting to defend the morality of it) he tells them to either stand by him or leave. The usually inspirational trope is inverted when not even Burton is willing to stay.

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* LineInTheSand: In the ''Robocop vs. the Terminator #2'' review Linkara is confronted by all his friends that his current plan (hijacking the world's satellites to target a superweapon on short notice) is highly immoral. After explaining his reasons (but not even attempting to defend the morality of it) he tells them to either stand by him or leave. The usually inspirational trope is inverted when not even Burton Pollo is willing to stay.
27th Jun '17 6:23:10 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* LineInTheSand: In the ''Robocop vs. the Terminator #2'' review Linkara is confronted by all his friends that his current plan (hijacking the world's satellites to target a superweapon on short notice) is highly immoral. After explaining his reasons (but not even attempting to defend the morality of it) he tells them to either stand by him or leave. The usually inspirational trope is inverted when not even Burton is willing to stay.
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