History FamilyUnfriendlyDeath / WesternAnimation

5th Oct '16 6:26:17 PM AreYouTyler
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*** [[spoiler: HeGotBetter several episodes later thanks to a complicated plan.]]

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*** [[spoiler: HeGotBetter He recovered several episodes later thanks to a complicated plan.]]
27th Sep '16 10:03:33 AM theLibrarian
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** The Mon Calamari arc also had this in the form of Riff Tamson, whose weapons of choice are exploding knives. Which he uses on Republic troops onscreen, and we see them explode ''graphically'' as they scream.
22nd Sep '16 12:17:31 PM TailsDoll
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** The episode where the Joker manages to infect all of Gotham City with his Joker poison on April Fool's Day, rendering all residents of Gotham City into laughing fits with huge, grotesque smiles as they slowly died.



** So the Ventriloquist has a split criminal personality manifested as a DemonicDummy, Scarface. Scarface technically isn't alive, so he would get butchered in various methods, onscreen. He's been shot up by machine guns (twice) and shredded repeatedly.

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** So the The Ventriloquist has a split criminal personality manifested as a DemonicDummy, Scarface. Scarface technically isn't alive, so he would get butchered in various methods, onscreen. He's been shot up by machine guns (twice) and shredded repeatedly.
27th Jul '16 2:11:28 PM Art199
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The AnimationAgeGhetto may have a firm grip on WesternAnimation, but that doesn't mean {{Family Unfriendly Death}}s are absent.

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The AnimationAgeGhetto may have a firm grip on WesternAnimation, but that doesn't mean {{Family Unfriendly Death}}s
These are absent.
the examples from WesternAnimation
5th May '16 3:53:45 PM AjWargo
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* Graphic train wrecks aside, the cast of ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' is pretty much guaranteed ContractualImmortality... except for the piece of rolling stock that the Scottish Twins smashed into matchsticks. And the one that Oliver pulled apart. And by implication only, the engines that ''were'' actually scrapped - a few scenes have ''carcasses of 'dead' engines'' in the background.

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* Graphic train wrecks aside, the cast of ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' is pretty much guaranteed ContractualImmortality... except for the piece of rolling stock Spiteful Brakevan that the Scottish Twins Douglas smashed into matchsticks. And S.C. Ruffy, the one Troublesome Truck leader that Oliver pulled apart. And by implication only, the engines that ''were'' actually scrapped - a few scenes have ''carcasses of 'dead' engines'' in the background.
8th Feb '16 7:27:32 PM Pichu-kun
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* The animation version of ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'' loved this. One character, a puffed up bullying pheasant, got a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment when he sees the cooked and roasted body of his wife cooling on the windowsill (a death he unintentionally caused). A set of mice babies is impaled on a thorn bush by a vicious butcher bird, who not only gets a KarmaHoudini but gets to mock the other animals for their squeamishness. An ultracute family of newts is hinted to have burned to death. A baby rabbit is shot. Mrs. Mouse (the one who lost her babies) is killed and eaten by ''one of the main characters'', who didn't recognize her. They didn't go for KarmicDeath either; one of the first real villains gets assassinated by the resident SociopathicHero.

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* The animation version of ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'' loved this. One character, a puffed up bullying pheasant, got a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment when he sees the cooked and roasted body of his wife cooling on the windowsill (a death he unintentionally caused). A set of mice babies is impaled on a thorn bush by a vicious butcher bird, who not only gets a KarmaHoudini but gets to mock the other animals for their squeamishness. An ultracute ultra-cute family of newts is hinted to have burned to death. A baby rabbit is shot. Mrs. Mouse (the one who lost her babies) is killed and eaten by ''one of the main characters'', who didn't recognize her. They didn't go for KarmicDeath either; one of the first real villains gets assassinated by the resident SociopathicHero.


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** ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}'s death in "Over The Edge". It's AllJustADream caused by Scarecrow's fear gas however it doesn't stop her death from being any less graphic. She falls several stories off a building onto a car - a cop car her dad was driving in no less - and is noticeably bruised up. She ends up dying quickly in [[DiedInYourArmsTonight her fathers arms]].
2nd Feb '16 1:17:23 AM Rorosilky5
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** In the one-hour special "Enter the Dragon", Po is crushed to death inside of a giant funnel. And this was ''not'' a dream.

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** In the one-hour special "Enter the Dragon", Po is crushed to death inside of a giant funnel. [[Main/ThatWasNotADream And this was ''not'' a dream.dream]].
21st Dec '15 12:54:56 PM SolidSonicTH
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** In one episode the villain '''was impaled on elephant bones'''. Another villain was shot to death with a machine gun.

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** In one episode the villain '''was impaled on elephant bones'''.bones''' (GoryDiscretionShot used, obviously, but everyone winces and it's not a large leap to imagine what they saw). Another villain was shot to death with a machine gun.
25th Oct '15 9:56:02 AM ZeldaQueen64
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* ''WesternAnimation/StreetSharks'' had a very unfriendly ''near'' death in the pilot, when the protagonists are StrappedToAnOperatingTable and [[PlayingWithSyringes injected with the gene-slamming solution]], only to scream in pain and collapse. One of them manages to break free just long enough to try to demand the BigBad tell them what he just did, before falling over. Granted, the fact that this happens in the first half of the pilot episode [[SpoiledByTheFormat is a pretty good indicator this isn't sticking]], but that doesn't make it much less creepy, especially since said BigBad decides they're beyond hope and orders their bodies to be dumped somewhere. (Also not helping is the fact that the formula used was only tested on one human subject before them. [[AdultFear Anyone who knows much about science and testing would figure that shooting someone with a virtually-untested chemical probably ''would'' cause death]].)

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* ''WesternAnimation/StreetSharks'' had a very unfriendly ''near'' death in the pilot, when the protagonists are StrappedToAnOperatingTable and [[PlayingWithSyringes injected with the gene-slamming solution]], only to scream in pain and collapse. One of them manages to break free just long enough to try to demand the BigBad tell them what he just did, before falling over. Granted, the fact that this happens in the first half of the pilot episode [[SpoiledByTheFormat is a pretty good indicator this isn't sticking]], but that doesn't make it much less creepy, especially since said BigBad decides they're beyond hope and orders their bodies to be dumped somewhere. (Also not helping is the fact that the formula used was only tested on one human subject before them. [[AdultFear Anyone who knows much about science and testing would figure that shooting someone with a virtually-untested chemical probably ''would'' probably]] ''[[AdultFear would]]'' [[AdultFear cause death]].)
24th Oct '15 11:50:14 PM ZeldaQueen64
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* ''WesternAnimation/StreetSharks'' had a very unfriendly ''near'' death in the pilot, when the protagonists are StrappedToAnOperatingTable and [[PlayingWithSyringes injected with the gene-slamming solution]], only to scream in pain and collapse. One of them manages to break free just long enough to try to demand the BigBad tell them what he just did, before falling over. Granted, the fact that this happens in the first half of the pilot episode [[SpoiledByTheFormat is a pretty good indicator this isn't sticking]], but that doesn't make it much less creepy, especially since said BigBad decides they're beyond hope and orders their bodies to be dumped somewhere. (Also not helping is the fact that the formula used was only tested on one human subject before them. [[AdultFear Anyone who knows much about science and testing would figure that shooting someone with a virtually-untested chemical probably ''would'' cause death]].)
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