History Comicbook / FreddyVsJasonVsAsh

8th Oct '15 2:08:14 AM MisterCPC
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* BigDamnHeroes: The Dream Warriors, [[spoiler:Nancy Thompson and Amanda Krueger]] in the finale.
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* BigDamnHeroes: The Tommy Jarvis early on in the Nightmare Warriors, the Dream Warriors, [[spoiler:Nancy Thompson and Amanda Krueger]] in the finale.
8th Oct '15 1:52:59 AM MisterCPC
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* SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome: [[spoiler:Lori and Will]] and in the second one, [[spoiler:Caroline]]. * ThanatosGambit: [[spoiler: Alice]] pulls one in The Nightmare Warriors. [[spoiler: She's revealed to be terminally ill which has also made her unable to use her powers as the Dream Master, so she lets Freddy kill her so they're passed to her son,
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* SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome: SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome: ** [[spoiler:Lori and Will]] and in the second one, [[spoiler:Caroline]]. ** [[spoiler: Jessica and Steven from Jason Goes to Hell]] don't fare much better in the Nightmare Warriors. The former is revealed to have died behind the scenes while the latter is [[DroppedABridgeOnHim abruptly killed]] near the end of the second issue. * ThanatosGambit: [[spoiler: Alice]] pulls one in The Nightmare Warriors. [[spoiler: She's revealed to be terminally ill which has also made her unable to use her powers as the Dream Master, so she lets Freddy kill her so they're they can be passed to her son, allowing him to use the Dream Master powers and unleash his full wrath on Freddy.]]
8th Oct '15 1:41:46 AM MisterCPC
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* ThanatosGambit: [[spoiler: Alice]] pulls one in The Nightmare Warriors. [[spoiler: She's revealed to be terminally ill which has also made her unable to use her powers as the Dream Master, so she lets Freddy kill her so they're passed to her son,
22nd Sep '15 1:50:27 PM StFan
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The comic book miniseries '''''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash''''' and its sequel, '''''The Nightmare Warriors''''', follow up on the events of ''[[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy]] [[Film/FreddyVsJason vs.]] [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason]]'' and tosses [[Franchise/EvilDead Ashley J. Williams]] into the mix to create a horror crossover that fans could only have dreamed about before its publication. {{DC Comics}}, Dynamite Entertainment, and Wildstorm published both series from 2007 to 2009, with James Kuhoric (writer) and Jason Craig (illustrator) helming both series. Kuhoric based the original series on the original ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash'' film treatment by Jeff Katz; Katz himself helped pen ''The Nightmare Warriors'', which he and Kuhoric designed as a horror film parallel to DC’s various Crisis events, right down to combining the three franchises’ continuities and turning the Nightmare Warriors into a Justice League-style ‘superteam’. !!! ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash''
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The comic book miniseries '''''Freddy ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash''''' Ash'' and its sequel, '''''The ''The Nightmare Warriors''''', Warriors'', follow up on the events of ''[[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy]] [[Film/FreddyVsJason vs.]] [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason]]'' and tosses [[Franchise/EvilDead Ashley J. Williams]] into the mix to create a horror crossover that fans could only have dreamed about before its publication. {{DC Comics}}, Creator/DCComics, Dynamite Entertainment, and Wildstorm published both series from 2007 to 2009, with James Kuhoric (writer) and Jason Craig (illustrator) helming both series. Kuhoric based the original series on the original ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash'' film treatment by Jeff Katz; Katz himself helped pen ''The Nightmare Warriors'', which he and Kuhoric designed as a horror film parallel to DC’s various Crisis events, right down to combining the three franchises’ continuities and turning the Nightmare Warriors into a Justice League-style ‘superteam’. !!! * ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash''

!!! ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors''
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!!! * ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors''

!! ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash'' contains examples of the following tropes:
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3rd Dec '14 1:56:55 PM StFan
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* EvilCostumeSwitch[=/=]EvilIsSexy: [[spoiler: After her FaceHeelTurn, Maggie switches from a psychologist's business suit to a supervillain costume consisting of black latex pants and a bra, with dual knife gloves. Her outfit seems to be a Shout Out to ComicBook/{{X-23}}]].
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* EvilCostumeSwitch[=/=]EvilIsSexy: [[spoiler: After her FaceHeelTurn, Maggie switches from a psychologist's business suit to a supervillain costume consisting of black latex pants and a bra, with dual knife gloves. Her outfit seems to be a Shout Out to ComicBook/{{X-23}}]].ComicBook/{{X 23}}]].
12th Oct '14 12:34:31 PM Morgenthaler
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Do not spoiler tag trope names on work pages or the names of works on trope pages; please see Handling Spoilers for more information.
* [[spoiler: ParentalIncest: Freddy and Maggie.]]
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* [[spoiler: ParentalIncest: [[spoiler: Freddy and Maggie.]]

* [[spoiler:YouAreTooLate]]: In the first series, Ash personally goes to stop Freddy from reading the Necronomicon -- then discovers that [[spoiler:Freddy already read from the book and gained all its powers ''ten minutes prior'']].
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* [[spoiler:YouAreTooLate]]: YouAreTooLate: In the first series, Ash personally goes to stop Freddy from reading the Necronomicon -- then discovers that [[spoiler:Freddy already read from the book and gained all its powers ''ten minutes prior'']].
23rd Aug '14 11:17:14 PM erforce
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* ShoutOut: ''Potentially'' in the first issue of ''Nightmare Warriors''. As the government agents surround the ice pond where Jason was dumped at the end of the first series, one agent calls the applications of an "un-killable soldier" more plausible than the Necronomicon; at the beginning of ''Jason X'', the military wanted to take Voorhees into custody (instead of putting him into permanent cryogenic suspension) to study his seeming immortality for their own purposes. ** Legit shout-outs in ''Nightmare Warriors'' include a scene from ''Army of Darkness'' shows up in a dream sequence, Ash is listening to the song "The Man Behind The Mask" during a car drive, and there's even a reference to Hypnocil. ** Also, in the original ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash'', during Freddy and Ash's first confrontation, Freddy makes a wise-crack about playing "pin the tail on the Elvis impersonator". This could very well be a reference to Bruce Campbell playing not only Ash in the ''Franchise/EvilDead'' series, but also Elvis Presley in the movie ''Film/BubbaHotep''. * SignsOfDisrepair: Stabe motel.
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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut: ** ''Potentially'' in the first issue of ''Nightmare Warriors''. As the government agents surround the ice pond where Jason was dumped at the end of the first series, one agent calls the applications of an "un-killable soldier" more plausible than the Necronomicon; at the beginning of ''Jason X'', the military wanted to take Voorhees into custody (instead of putting him into permanent cryogenic suspension) to study his seeming immortality for their own purposes. ** Legit shout-outs in ''Nightmare Warriors'' include a scene from ''Army of Darkness'' which shows up in a dream sequence, Ash is listening to the Music/AliceCooper song "The "He's Back (The Man Behind The Mask" Mask)" during a car drive, and there's even a reference to Hypnocil. ** Also, in the original ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash'', during Freddy and Ash's first confrontation, Freddy makes a wise-crack about playing "pin the tail on the Elvis impersonator". This could very well be a reference to Bruce Campbell playing not only Ash in the ''Franchise/EvilDead'' series, but also Elvis Presley Music/ElvisPresley in the movie ''Film/BubbaHotep''. * SignsOfDisrepair: The last letter on Stabe motel.motel's sign is broken.
23rd Aug '14 9:04:37 AM Austin
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Moving from Trivia tab. Shout Out is not a Trivia trope.
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* ShoutOut: ''Potentially'' in the first issue of ''Nightmare Warriors''. As the government agents surround the ice pond where Jason was dumped at the end of the first series, one agent calls the applications of an "un-killable soldier" more plausible than the Necronomicon; at the beginning of ''Jason X'', the military wanted to take Voorhees into custody (instead of putting him into permanent cryogenic suspension) to study his seeming immortality for their own purposes. ** Legit shout-outs in ''Nightmare Warriors'' include a scene from ''Army of Darkness'' shows up in a dream sequence, Ash is listening to the song "The Man Behind The Mask" during a car drive, and there's even a reference to Hypnocil. ** Also, in the original ''Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash'', during Freddy and Ash's first confrontation, Freddy makes a wise-crack about playing "pin the tail on the Elvis impersonator". This could very well be a reference to Bruce Campbell playing not only Ash in the ''Franchise/EvilDead'' series, but also Elvis Presley in the movie ''Film/BubbaHotep''.
8th Aug '14 11:03:23 PM Joylock
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* EvilCostumeSwitch: [[spoiler: After her FaceHeelTurn, Maggie switches from a psychologist's business suit to a supervillain costume consisting of black latex pants and a bra, with dual knife gloves. Her outfit seems to be a Shout Out to ComicBook/{{X-23}}]].
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* EvilCostumeSwitch: EvilCostumeSwitch[=/=]EvilIsSexy: [[spoiler: After her FaceHeelTurn, Maggie switches from a psychologist's business suit to a supervillain costume consisting of black latex pants and a bra, with dual knife gloves. Her outfit seems to be a Shout Out to ComicBook/{{X-23}}]].
8th Aug '14 11:00:56 PM Joylock
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* EvilCostumeSwitch: [[spoiler: After her FaceHeelTurn, Maggie switches from a psychologist's business suit to a supervillain costume consisting of black latex pants and a bra, with dual knife gloves. Her outfit seems to be a Shout Out to ComicBook/{{X-23}}]].
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