History ComicBook / HackSlash

14th Jun '17 10:20:03 AM crazysamaritan
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* ADayInTheLimelight: ''Over the Rainbow'' for Margaret.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: ADayInTheLimelight:
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''Over the Rainbow'' for Margaret.



* GenderFlip / RaceLift: Minor villain April Fool is a black female {{Expy}} of SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker from another dimension. Without the [[JokerImmunity Immunity]] though: she gets killed off very fast because Cassie, unlike [[Franchise/{{Batman}} certain people]], doesn't have any moral qualms about killing human villains.
* GenreSavvy

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* GenderFlip / RaceLift: GenderFlip: Minor villain April Fool is a black female {{Expy}} of SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker from another dimension. Without the [[JokerImmunity Immunity]] though: she gets killed off very fast because Cassie, unlike [[Franchise/{{Batman}} certain people]], doesn't have any moral qualms about killing human villains.
* GenreSavvy
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* GroinAttack: While held captive and tortured by Doctor Gross, Cassie managed to kick him in the crotch. After overcoming the pain, he proceeds [[EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory to yammer on about how targeting his balls represented her deep-seated hatred of her absent father]].

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* GroinAttack: GroinAttack:
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While held captive and tortured by Doctor Gross, Cassie managed to kick him in the crotch. After overcoming the pain, he proceeds [[EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory to yammer on about how targeting his balls represented her deep-seated hatred of her absent father]].


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* RaceLift: Minor villain April Fool is a black female {{Expy}} of Comicbook/TheJoker from another dimension. Without the [[JokerImmunity Immunity]] though: she gets killed off very fast because Cassie, unlike [[Franchise/{{Batman}} certain people]], doesn't have any moral qualms about killing human villains.
7th Jun '17 11:58:57 AM ElSquibbonator
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Not to be confused with HackAndSlash, although the plots can get that way, or with [[{{Reboot}} Hack and Slash]].

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Not to be confused with HackAndSlash, although HackAndSlash (although the plots can get stories definitely have that way, feel to them) or with [[{{Reboot}} Hack and Slash]].
27th May '17 5:36:41 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The "Dead Celebrities" arc includes caricatures of Music/LadyGaga, the Kardashian sisters, and characters from ''JerseyShore'' as victims. And a caricature of [[spoiler:Bruno Mars]] as the slasher. In the final arc, Roderick Fetch is a caricature of UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch and the rock band Ig'nant Mime Squad are Music/InsaneClownPosse.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The "Dead Celebrities" arc includes caricatures of Music/LadyGaga, the Kardashian sisters, and characters from ''JerseyShore'' ''Series/JerseyShore'' as victims. And a caricature of [[spoiler:Bruno Mars]] as the slasher. In the final arc, Roderick Fetch is a caricature of UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch and the rock band Ig'nant Mime Squad are Music/InsaneClownPosse.
10th May '17 2:35:39 AM foxley
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* RichardNixonTheUsedCarSalesman: In ''Hackoween'' (a CrossOver with ''ComicBook/HalloweenMan''), Cassie grabs an entertainment magazine off a newsstand and discovers that on Halloween Man's world, Music/RobZombie is a big band leader.
30th Apr '17 3:36:48 PM foxley
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* LodgedBladeRecycling: In ''Sons of Man'', Ava kills her attacker by stabbing him in the throat with an arrow that is lodged in her arm.
22nd Apr '17 10:11:25 PM foxley
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* MurderByRemoteControlVehicle: In "Blood Blower", a dog-hater uses a remote-controlled snow blower to kill puppies, and later uses it in an attempt to murder Cassie and Lisa.
22nd Apr '17 4:58:27 PM foxley
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* ShovelStrike: In ''Entry Wound'', Vlad attempts to take down the Candlemas Killer with a shovel. He fails.
4th Apr '17 8:33:48 PM Doug86
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* IntoxicationEnsues: In ''Double Date'', the slasher arranges for the punch at a school dance to be dosed with ecstasy to make the teenagers (especially) horny, so he will have some 'sinners' to murder. Given the story was a parody of ArchieComics, the reactions are hilarious.

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* IntoxicationEnsues: In ''Double Date'', the slasher arranges for the punch at a school dance to be dosed with ecstasy to make the teenagers (especially) horny, so he will have some 'sinners' to murder. Given the story was a parody of ArchieComics, Franchise/ArchieComics, the reactions are hilarious.



* TwoTimerDate: In "Double Date", Father Wrath II takes advantage of some ArchieComics style hijinks involving a two-timer date to can access to a school date in search of victims.

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* TwoTimerDate: In "Double Date", Father Wrath II takes advantage of some ArchieComics Franchise/ArchieComics style hijinks involving a two-timer date to can access to a school date in search of victims.
29th Mar '17 4:18:07 AM foxley
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* SelfMadeOrphan: Courtney in ''Hatchet/Slash''. After ten years of plotting, she murdered her parents so she could inherit their fortune and use it to implement her plan for revenge on the the 'friends' who fled and left her in the hands of a slasher.
29th Mar '17 4:12:33 AM foxley
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* MolotovCocktail: In ''Hatchet/Slash'', Cassie uses a Molotov cocktail to set fire to slasher Vincent Crowley in an attempt to KillItWithFire.
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