History DownerEnding / WebOriginal

29th Jan '17 8:01:42 PM iowaforever
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** ''Hulk Vs Doomsday'': Doomsday stabs the Hulk repeatedly with his poisoned claws before ripping his head off, after which the monster is free to continue his rampage with nothing else to stop him.
17th Jan '17 4:39:25 PM Wyldchyld
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* The third season of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' ends on a ''very'' depressing note for our heroes. [[spoiler: Cinder succeeds in getting the Fall Maiden's powers and kills Pyrra, communications are disrupted, and Beacon is in ruins and crawling with Grimm. If that wasn't already sad enough, Team RWBY is completely separated, with Ruby -- the only member who hasn't fully given up -- joining Jaune, Ren and Nora to go to Haven and look for answers, Weiss being taken home by her dad, Blake running away in shame, and Yang completely depressed, still stuck in bed, and still missing an arm, possibly having hit the DespairEventHorizon. While Salem, the actual BigBad says this was merely the first act, the villains have technically completed the plans they set out to do with success and have come out on top, technically also making this an example of TheBadGuyWins]].
11th Jan '17 5:54:06 PM nombretomado
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* Season 1 of ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' ends with the death of the main character. The GrandFinale is also very bleak.

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* Season 1 of ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' ''WebVideo/Lonelygirl15'' ends with the death of the main character. The GrandFinale is also very bleak.
30th Oct '16 1:05:50 PM DustSnitch
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* ''WebVideo/DontHugMeImScared'':
** The fourth instalment ends with Red Guy dead and Yellow Guy and Duck Guy still trapped in the deteriorating digital world.
** The fifth instalment's ending may be the most depressing one yet. Duck Guy gets grinded into canned food (''alive!'') and served as lunch for the Yellow Guy. The latter is then force fed every can (unaware that he had just eaten his own friend ''because he was drugged by the teachers''), and ends up sitting in the dark kitchen, completely alone. Afterwards, the mysterious caller (who had been trying to call the two throughout the episode) is revealed to be the absent Red Guy, who had been calling from a phone booth outside]]. The episode ends with Red Guy, dressed in a trenchcoat and carrying a suitcase, walking away from the phone booth in the rain. It's implied that he was the one who called Duck Guy and Yellow Guy earlier in the episode. Judging by the depressing rainstorm, the somewhat melancholic jazz music, and the fact that he has a suitcase, it's certainly not a happy with the results.
** The sixth and final instalment ends with [[spoiler:the palette swapped puppets sitting around the table again as the Notebook starts to sing. Nothing has apparently changed, and whether the puppets will be able to escape the endless cycle of torment remains ambiguous.]]
29th Oct '16 12:59:05 PM nombretomado
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* Season 2 of ''TheGuild'' ends with Codex feeling horrible about breaking Zaboo's heart, seeing the guy she liked making out with her married friend Clara, and then finding Zaboo making out with Stupid Tall Hot Girl. Meanwhile, the guild leader Vork has a breakdown, and Bladezz deleted Tink's character, which in [[SeriousBusiness this series]] is just as angsty.

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* Season 2 of ''TheGuild'' ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' ends with Codex feeling horrible about breaking Zaboo's heart, seeing the guy she liked making out with her married friend Clara, and then finding Zaboo making out with Stupid Tall Hot Girl. Meanwhile, the guild leader Vork has a breakdown, and Bladezz deleted Tink's character, which in [[SeriousBusiness this series]] is just as angsty.
6th Sep '16 1:43:31 PM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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* The third season of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' ends on a ''very'' depressing note for our heroes. [[spoiler: Cinder succeeds in getting the Fall Maiden's powers and kills Pyrra, communications are disrupted, and Beacon is in ruins and crawling with Grimm. If that wasn't already sad enough, Team RWBY is completely separated, with Ruby -- the only member who hasn't fully given up -- joining Jaune, Ren and Nora to go to Haven and look for answers, Weiss being taken home by her dad, Blake running away in shame, and Yang completely depressed, still stuck in bed, and still missing an arm, possibly having hit the DespairEventHorizon. While Salem, the actual BigBad says this was merely the first act, the villains have technically completed the plans they set out to do with success and have come out on top, technically also making this an example of TheBadGuyWins]].
25th Aug '16 4:31:26 PM nombretomado
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* Parodied in ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's'' review of ''Film/MoulinRouge'', where he realizes that because it's a ''Film/MoulinRouge'' review, they need to have a sad ending. So he creates one by shooting {{Brentalfloss}}, and spends the end of the review mourning him. Then Brentalfloss shoots him from Heaven in revenge.

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* Parodied in ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's'' review of ''Film/MoulinRouge'', where he realizes that because it's a ''Film/MoulinRouge'' review, they need to have a sad ending. So he creates one by shooting {{Brentalfloss}}, Music/{{Brentalfloss}}, and spends the end of the review mourning him. Then Brentalfloss shoots him from Heaven in revenge.
26th Jul '16 6:14:51 PM Wyldchyld
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* Several episodes of Creator/RoosterTeeth's animated series, ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' end pretty badly for at least one protagonist.
** ''Jaundice'': [[TheBully Cardin]] finds out about Jaune's DarkSecret about how he forged his way into Beacon Academy since his dorm is just below the roof, and blackmails Jaune into doing all his homework, or else, he will tell the entire school and have Jaune kicked out.
** ''No Brakes'': Team RWBY fails to stop the train from crashing through the sealed wall that leads straight into downtown Vale, opening up a path for the aforementioned Grimm horde to wreak havoc on the city.
** Perhaps the biggest offender is the third season's finale, ''End of the Beginning'', similar to the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender's'' ''Crossroads of Destiny''. [[spoiler: Cinder gets the Fall Maiden's powers, kills Phyrra; Beacon is in ruins and crawling with Grimm, the international communication Network destroyed, causing a major communication disruption, and every single kingdom in the word now believes the other one is guilty, leading a huge amount of distrust. To exacerbate the hopelessness even further, Team RWBY is dismantled due to Ruby joining Jaune, Ren and Norato go to Haven and look for answers, Blake running away in shame, Weiss being taken back home by her father, and Yang still in bed, completely depressed, due having lost an arm. The end also shows the Big Bad, Salem, for the first time, estipulating her moment as the Hope Crusher.]]
5th Jul '16 6:49:56 AM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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*** ''Film/JamesAndTheGiantPeach'': The Critic doesn't get forgiven and ends up being massacred.
*** ''The Top 11 Dumbest Franchise/{{Superman}} Moments'' (recalling what happened to the actors makes him miserable and he goes off to kill himself) ''Film/MyPetMonster'' (where his identity crisis stuff comes to a head),

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*** ''Film/JamesAndTheGiantPeach'': The Critic doesn't get forgiven and ends up being massacred.
shot by a lot of guns, though he comes back in the next episode.
*** ''The Top 11 Dumbest Franchise/{{Superman}} Moments'' (recalling Moments'': Recalling what happened to the actors and the World Trade Center towers makes him the Critic miserable and he goes off to kill himself) himself.
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''Film/MyPetMonster'' (where his The Critic's identity crisis stuff comes to a head), head.
*** ''The Top 11 Saddest Nostalgic Moments'': As the Critic signs off, he gets shot in the head.



*** ''Film/SonOfTheMask'' The Critic is left crying, traumatized and scarred for life by the movie and Satan doesn't grant his request to be put out of his misery, and his daughter goes from childishly cute to [[NightmareFace horrifyingly ugly]], thanks to the movie.), and *** ''Film/{{Catwoman}}'': Halle Berry (played by Orlando) appears and the Critic gets beaten up by her.

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*** ''Film/SonOfTheMask'' The Critic is left crying, traumatized and scarred for life by the movie and Satan doesn't grant his request to be put out of his misery, and his daughter goes from childishly cute to [[NightmareFace horrifyingly ugly]], thanks to the movie.), and )
*** ''Film/{{Catwoman}}'': Halle Berry (played by Orlando) appears and the Critic gets beaten up by her.
26th Jun '16 5:48:55 AM Morgenthaler
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*** ''The Top 11 Dumbest Franchise/{{Superman}} Moments'' (recalling what happened to the actors makes him miserable and he goes off to kill himself) ''MyPetMonster'' (where his identity crisis stuff comes to a head),

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*** ''The Top 11 Dumbest Franchise/{{Superman}} Moments'' (recalling what happened to the actors makes him miserable and he goes off to kill himself) ''MyPetMonster'' ''Film/MyPetMonster'' (where his identity crisis stuff comes to a head),
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