History ComicBook / BadGuys

14th Jul '16 9:07:29 AM Nevermore2002
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* MythologyGag: Yama wanted to kill Fang for a inappropriate remark he made. Hunter whispered something in Yama's ear and he released Fang unharmed. When Dingo asked Yama what Hunter said in his ear, [[TakeThatAudience he didn't reply, prompting an annoyed Dingo to drop the subject.]] Fans have been pestering [[WordOfGod Greg Weisman]] to know what Titania whispered in Fox's ear and he never revealed it.
21st Apr '16 12:51:27 AM Ingonyama
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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing "The Will To Love" from ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". The second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman.

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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing "The Will To Love" from ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". The second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'', for those not in the know, was written by Weisman.
20th Apr '16 10:46:38 PM PaulA
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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing [[WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}} "The Will To Love"]] throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". AsYouKnowBob, the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman.

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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing [[WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}} "The Will To Love"]] Love" from ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". AsYouKnowBob, the The second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman. Weisman.
20th Apr '16 10:23:24 PM Ingonyama
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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing [[''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' "The Will To Love"]] throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". AsYouKnowBob, the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman.

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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing [[''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' [[WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}} "The Will To Love"]] throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". AsYouKnowBob, the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman.
20th Apr '16 10:22:19 PM Ingonyama
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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing [[''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}''"The Will To Love"]] throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". AsYouKnowBob, the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman.

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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing [[''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}''"The [[''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' "The Will To Love"]] throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". AsYouKnowBob, the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman.
20th Apr '16 10:20:31 PM Ingonyama
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** Also in the first issue, Matrix has morphed its arm into a boom box...which is playing [[''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}''"The Will To Love"]] throughout the entire issue. It even has verses not heard in the episode "S Is For Self". AsYouKnowBob, the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' was written by Weisman.
2nd Sep '15 7:16:57 PM PaulA
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* WhatAnIdiot: After the squad has managed to capture Sevarius, he points out that Fang will be spreading the mutagen at a very, very crowded Times Square, so they lock Sevarius up in a cell and go capture Fang, only to find Sevarius gone once that's done. Granted, the squad was in a hurry to stop Fang, but could it have really been too much to ask to properly frisk Sevarius to make sure he didn't have any keys to the cell, or knock him unconscious, or tie him up, or release the mutated captives to keep a better eye on him, or even leave behind a piece of Matrix to keep an eye on him? The entire thing makes the squad look very badly, [[spoiler:especially because Sevarius's escape causes Tasha to commit suicide]].
2nd Sep '15 12:35:38 AM Sabrewing
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* LeftHanging: A given, considering its truncated production run. Subverted with respect to the franchise as a whole; ''Bad Guys'' was the only spin-off of the show to receive anything past initial set-up.[[note]]''TimeDancer'' got touched on in the last few comics, if you want to split hairs.[[/note]]
4th Jul '14 1:41:44 AM remtar85
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** Pistol does the same to Hunter in issue five.

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** Pistol does the same to Hunter in issue five.five, as does Points to Fang.



* WhatAnIdiot: After the squad has managed to capture Sevarius, he points out that Fang will be spreading the mutagen at a very, very crowded Times Square, so they lock Sevarius up in a cell and go capture Fang, only to find Sevarius gone once that's done. Granted, the squad was in a hurry to stop Fang, but could it have really been too much to ask to properly frisk Sevarius to make sure he didn't have any keys to the cell, or knock him unconscious, or tie him up, or even leave behind a piece of Matrix to keep an eye on him? The entire thing makes the squad look very badly, [[spoiler:especially because Sevarius's escape causes Tasha to commit suicide]].

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* WhatAnIdiot: After the squad has managed to capture Sevarius, he points out that Fang will be spreading the mutagen at a very, very crowded Times Square, so they lock Sevarius up in a cell and go capture Fang, only to find Sevarius gone once that's done. Granted, the squad was in a hurry to stop Fang, but could it have really been too much to ask to properly frisk Sevarius to make sure he didn't have any keys to the cell, or knock him unconscious, or tie him up, or release the mutated captives to keep a better eye on him, or even leave behind a piece of Matrix to keep an eye on him? The entire thing makes the squad look very badly, [[spoiler:especially because Sevarius's escape causes Tasha to commit suicide]].
4th Jul '14 1:33:39 AM remtar85
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* AntiAdvice: When John wishes to showcase his trustworthiness, he gets the members of the The Redemption Squad to meet other Illuminati members. Yama and Fang speak with Thailog, who says "Fang can vouch for me." Fang says "Yeah, Thailog's my kinda gargoyle." Afterwards, Yama states the team cannot trust John and his crew, because Fang said Thailog was trustworthy, but the team knows that Fang knows they don't trust him. Cue a smug looking Fang telling them "You're welcome".

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* AntiAdvice: When John wishes to showcase his trustworthiness, he gets the members of the The Redemption Squad to meet other Illuminati members. Yama and Fang speak with Thailog, who says "Fang can vouch for me." Fang says "Yeah, Thailog's my kinda gargoyle." Afterwards, Yama states the team cannot trust John and his crew, because Fang said Thailog was trustworthy, but the team knows that Fang knows they don't trust him. Cue a smug looking Fang telling them "You're welcome".
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