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* ''Caballistics, Inc.''
26th Apr '16 1:00:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Shakara}}''

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* ''{{Shakara}}''''ComicBook/{{Shakara}}''
21st Apr '16 3:54:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* OnlyYouCanRepopulateMyRace: One of the one-shot comics in ''Tharg's Terror Tales'' features a young man who, after being too frisky with his girlfriend and driving home afterwards, is beamed up by hawt aliens who want to mate with him. He eagerly agrees, only for them to morph back into their StarfishAliens forms to rape him to death with their tentacle suckers.
21st Apr '16 3:20:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/ALoveLikeBlood''
20th Apr '16 3:32:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* SpaceWhaleAesop: Played for laughs in ''Tharg's Terror Tales'' stories. Smoking weed will turn you and your friends into zombies, being a horndog will make StarfishAliens rape you to death, going to a rock concert will result in monster cops cracking down on everyone, etc.
6th Mar '16 12:01:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* QuestForIdentity: In the story ''The Dead Man'', a young boy finds the burned body of a stranger in the wilderness and takes him back to his village. He can't even remember his name, but he turns out to be damn good with a gun and is being pursued by evil spirits from beyond. After healing sufficiently, the man goes on a journey to find out who he is. [[spoiler:He's Judge Dredd.]]
29th Feb '16 11:21:19 AM CynicalBastardo
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* ActionGirl: Many strips have tough female protagonists. While many have been forgettable, those such as ''ComicBook/ComicBook/AndersonPsiDivision'' and [[ComicBook/StrontiumDog Durham Red]] are among the title's most beloved characters.

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* ActionGirl: Many strips have tough female protagonists. While many have been forgettable, those such as ''ComicBook/ComicBook/AndersonPsiDivision'' ''ComicBook/AndersonPsiDivision'' and [[ComicBook/StrontiumDog Durham Red]] are among the title's most beloved characters.
29th Feb '16 11:18:19 AM CynicalBastardo
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* ActionGirl: Many strips have tough female protagonists. While many have been forgettable, those such as ''ComicBook/ComicBook/AndersonPsiDivision'' and [[ComicBook/StrontiumDog Durham Red]] are among the title's most beloved characters.
23rd Jan '16 9:26:47 PM nombretomado
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* AbnormalAmmo: Several strips make use of this. For example, ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'''s lawgiver fires six different kinds of bullet, ''StrontiumDog'' has a very similar variable cartridge blaster and [[ComicBook/SinisterDexter Finnigan Sinister]]'s HandCannon has an option for high explosive rounds to name but a few.

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* AbnormalAmmo: Several strips make use of this. For example, ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'''s lawgiver fires six different kinds of bullet, ''StrontiumDog'' ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' has a very similar variable cartridge blaster and [[ComicBook/SinisterDexter Finnigan Sinister]]'s HandCannon has an option for high explosive rounds to name but a few.



** NoteFromEd: Has occurred on at least one occasion. In the StrontiumDog arc "Bitch," Tharg interrupts a scene where Johnny and Durham Red are pelting UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan in the ass repeatedly with slingshot projectiles to warn readers that [[DoNotTryThisAtHome firing projectiles in such a manner is dangerous in real life]] and that if they ever are in the vicinity of [[ButtMonkey Ronald Reagan]], they shouldn't imitate the scene.

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** NoteFromEd: Has occurred on at least one occasion. In the StrontiumDog ComicBook/StrontiumDog arc "Bitch," Tharg interrupts a scene where Johnny and Durham Red are pelting UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan in the ass repeatedly with slingshot projectiles to warn readers that [[DoNotTryThisAtHome firing projectiles in such a manner is dangerous in real life]] and that if they ever are in the vicinity of [[ButtMonkey Ronald Reagan]], they shouldn't imitate the scene.



** Resurrections defying the one exception above have occured though ([[spoiler: Mean Machine, Junior, and Pa Angel]] in ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'' and, most recently, [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/NikolaiDante Dmitri Romanov]] and [[StrontiumDog Johnny Alpha]]]]), albeit it's still generally uncommon.

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** Resurrections defying the one exception above have occured though ([[spoiler: Mean Machine, Junior, and Pa Angel]] in ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'' and, most recently, [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/NikolaiDante Dmitri Romanov]] and [[StrontiumDog [[ComicBook/StrontiumDog Johnny Alpha]]]]), albeit it's still generally uncommon.



* FutureSlang: It's mostly used in stories set in the future to create unique swear words to get past the censors (e.g. "Drokk" and "Stomm" in ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'', "Sneck" in ''StrontiumDog'', "Funt" in ''Sinister Dexter'', et. al.)

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* FutureSlang: It's mostly used in stories set in the future to create unique swear words to get past the censors (e.g. "Drokk" and "Stomm" in ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'', "Sneck" in ''StrontiumDog'', ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'', "Funt" in ''Sinister Dexter'', et. al.)



* HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct: ''StrontiumDog'' and a couple of ''Future Shocks'' play around with this one, with some of them even having Hitler travel back in time himself to do things such as prevent his own murder as a baby or start human civilisation.

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* HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct: ''StrontiumDog'' ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' and a couple of ''Future Shocks'' play around with this one, with some of them even having Hitler travel back in time himself to do things such as prevent his own murder as a baby or start human civilisation.
10th Jan '16 8:15:16 AM CynicalBastardo
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* BloodSport: Many early strips, such as ''Mean Team'', ''Mean Arena'' and, most notably ''ComicBook/HarlemHeroes'', had ultra-violent future sports based loosely on real sports with a futuristic twist. ''Button Man'' combines this trope with HuntingTheMostDangerousGame where rich people gambled with each other by pitting {{Professional Killer}}s against each other in modern day duels.
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