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15th Jun '16 7:00:36 PM caivu
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21st Apr '16 5:34:42 PM jormis29
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* Funny/{{Hitman}}

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* Funny/{{Hitman}}Funny/{{Hitman|1993}}
27th Mar '16 12:03:43 PM narm00
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* Funny/AllStarSuperman



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* SuicideSquad. For such a serious comic, it had its fair share of these. C'mon, the image of people the caliber of Lois Lane, Amanda Waller and half the Squad, including serious heavy hitters such as Vixen, Bronze Tiger and Nemesis getting the PieInTheFace is simply too much to ignore. And then they kick the prankster, Captain Boomerang, on a desert island. And when Waller congratulates herself for finally getting rid of Boomerang, [[RunningGag another pie hits her face]].
** The entirety of the issue where Doctor Light is sent to Hell, and is resurrected. Only to find himself still in the coffin with no way out. And so again to Hell with him. Or the first Doctor Light reviving and getting out of his grave still halfway decomposed, trying to be a hero, only to get beaten up and destroyed by the fundie family he tried to "save". And again Arthur Light when he gets yet another chance to get out (possessing the female Doctor Light for a while before being kicked out and humiliated yet again), and begs Waller for a job... to find her dismissing him and suggesting he find a job with the Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}}.
** And of course, they have to return for Boomerang. In the time they've left him in the island he's built a huge boomerang out of materials he's found in the island. Just to prove [[WhatAnIdiot how much of an idiotic idea]] it was, Vixen sets off the launching mechanism for the boomerang. [[CaptainObvious It crashes in a huge rock seconds after being launched]]. The formerly boasting Boomerang returns to his bootlicking persona moments after a priceless scene.
** Captain Boomerang again. In the first issues, he wasn't above trying to spin the Suicide Squad program so he could get a fancy house outside Belle Reve and time at his leisure so he could commit crimes freely with the Mirror Master equipment. Unfortunately, for him, he got caught... as Mirror Master. He thought at the time he was being confused with the original Mirror Master, Sam Scudder, when he got drafted by Waller into the Squad... ''again''. During a graveyard stakeout in which the team was attacked by zombies and steadily zombified, Boomerang made repeated, and miserable, attempts to keep switching between Mirror Master and Boomerang. Until the lights went on, and the whole charade was revealed: it was all a setup to humiliate him - ''and'' inform him he had lost all privileges... including voluntary stay in the Squad.
*** And when he got slapped with the explosive wristband of the Squad as Mirror Master, Boomerang had to conceal it, as he technically was assumed to be a loyal agent who didn't need it. He hid it under an arm cast.
** Creator/GrantMorrison's appearance, wherein he's almost immediately killed.
* [[GreenLantern Larfleeze's]] many, many insane rants.
** Heck, it doesn't need to be a rant, as the following proves [[spoiler:when all the dead bodies of those he has killed to create his orange construct-esque Lanterns are resurrected and surround him]].

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* SuicideSquad. For such a serious comic, it had its fair share of these. C'mon, the image of people the caliber of Lois Lane, Amanda Waller and half the Squad, including serious heavy hitters such as Vixen, Bronze Tiger and Nemesis getting the PieInTheFace is simply too much to ignore. And then they kick the prankster, Captain Boomerang, on a desert island. And when Waller congratulates herself for finally getting rid of Boomerang, [[RunningGag another pie hits her face]].
** The entirety of the issue where Doctor Light is sent to Hell, and is resurrected. Only to find himself still in the coffin with no way out. And so again to Hell with him. Or the first Doctor Light reviving and getting out of his grave still halfway decomposed, trying to be a hero, only to get beaten up and destroyed by the fundie family he tried to "save". And again Arthur Light when he gets yet another chance to get out (possessing the female Doctor Light for a while before being kicked out and humiliated yet again), and begs Waller for a job... to find her dismissing him and suggesting he find a job with the Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}}.
** And of course, they have to return for Boomerang. In the time they've left him in the island he's built a huge boomerang out of materials he's found in the island. Just to prove [[WhatAnIdiot how much of an idiotic idea]] it was, Vixen sets off the launching mechanism for the boomerang. [[CaptainObvious It crashes in a huge rock seconds after being launched]]. The formerly boasting Boomerang returns to his bootlicking persona moments after a priceless scene.
** Captain Boomerang again. In the first issues, he wasn't above trying to spin the Suicide Squad program so he could get a fancy house outside Belle Reve and time at his leisure so he could commit crimes freely with the Mirror Master equipment. Unfortunately, for him, he got caught... as Mirror Master. He thought at the time he was being confused with the original Mirror Master, Sam Scudder, when he got drafted by Waller into the Squad... ''again''. During a graveyard stakeout in which the team was attacked by zombies and steadily zombified, Boomerang made repeated, and miserable, attempts to keep switching between Mirror Master and Boomerang. Until the lights went on, and the whole charade was revealed: it was all a setup to humiliate him - ''and'' inform him he had lost all privileges... including voluntary stay in the Squad.
*** And when he got slapped with the explosive wristband of the Squad as Mirror Master, Boomerang had to conceal it, as he technically was assumed to be a loyal agent who didn't need it. He hid it under an arm cast.
** Creator/GrantMorrison's appearance, wherein he's almost immediately killed.
* [[GreenLantern
[[Franchise/GreenLantern Larfleeze's]] many, many insane rants.
** Heck, it doesn't need to be a rant, as the following proves proven [[spoiler:when all the dead bodies of those he has killed to create his orange construct-esque Lanterns are resurrected and surround him]].



* Most Excellent Superbat (an in-universe Japanese Batman takeoff) in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'' #6:

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* [[ComicBook/SuperYoungTeam Most Excellent Superbat Superbat]] (an in-universe Japanese Batman takeoff) in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'' #6:



** How rich is he? [[spoiler: he just bought ''Japan''.]]

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** How rich is he? [[spoiler: he just He bought ''Japan''.]]



-->'''Pariah''': " I am the space between Scylla and Charybdis. I am the gasp before the Big Bang. I--"

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-->'''Pariah''': " I "I am the space between Scylla and Charybdis. I am the gasp before the Big Bang. I--"



** In another issue, after ComicBook/{{Superboy}} has [[BroughtDownToNormal lost his powers]], Impulse tries to come up with creative ways to give him new powers, each having their own MythologyGag. These include [[Franchise/SpiderMan putting a (non-radioactive) spider in his food]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica putting "super-soldier syrup" in his drink]], and [[TheFlash dousing him in chemicals and blasting him with electricity]].

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** In another issue, after ComicBook/{{Superboy}} has [[BroughtDownToNormal lost his powers]], Impulse tries to come up with creative ways to give him new powers, each having their own MythologyGag. These include [[Franchise/SpiderMan putting a (non-radioactive) spider in his food]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica putting "super-soldier syrup" in his drink]], and [[TheFlash [[Franchise/TheFlash dousing him in chemicals and blasting him with electricity]].



* GailSimone's run on ''WonderWoman'' manages to deliver at least one of these every issue, often involving the mutant albino gorillas that accepted Diana as their leader. The issue they first appear in has them hanging around in her apartment and looking at her magazines while their leader apologizes for the "flinging incident" while saying that it was due to poor judgment.

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* GailSimone's Creator/GailSimone's run on ''WonderWoman'' ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' manages to deliver at least one of these every issue, often involving the mutant albino gorillas that accepted Diana as their leader. The issue they first appear in has them hanging around in her apartment and looking at her magazines while their leader apologizes for the "flinging incident" while saying that it was due to poor judgment.



* There was one spinoff novel, the plot of which was Batman, Green Arrow, and Aquaman, teaming up together with Nightwing, Arsenal, and Tempest to stop Deathstroke from carrying out an assassination. When they finally catch him, he incredulously asks if it really took that much firepower to stop him. The response?

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* There was one spinoff novel, the plot of which was Batman, Green Arrow, and Aquaman, Aquaman teaming up together with Nightwing, Arsenal, and Tempest to stop Deathstroke from carrying out an assassination. When they finally catch him, he incredulously asks if it really took that much firepower to stop him. The response?



* ''ComicBook/EmperorJoker'': {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, realizing the severity of the situation, tries to form an alliance with The Quintessence ([[WonderWoman Zeus]], [[ComicBook/NewGods Highfather]], [[GreenLantern Ganthet]], ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger, and ComicBook/{{SHAZAM}}), only to find that SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker has turned them into babbling idiots.

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* ''ComicBook/EmperorJoker'': {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, realizing the severity of the situation, tries to form an alliance with The Quintessence ([[WonderWoman ([[Franchise/WonderWoman Zeus]], [[ComicBook/NewGods Highfather]], [[GreenLantern [[Franchise/GreenLantern Ganthet]], ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger, and ComicBook/{{SHAZAM}}), ComicBook/{{Shazam}}), only to find that SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker has turned them into babbling idiots.
4th Mar '16 3:58:44 PM nombretomado
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** In another issue, after ComicBook/{{Superboy}} has [[BroughtDownToNormal lost his powers]], Impulse tries to come up with creative ways to give him new powers, each having their own MythologyGag. These include [[Franchise/SpiderMan putting a (non-radioactive) spider in his food]], [[CaptainAmerica putting "super-soldier syrup" in his drink]], and [[TheFlash dousing him in chemicals and blasting him with electricity]].

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** In another issue, after ComicBook/{{Superboy}} has [[BroughtDownToNormal lost his powers]], Impulse tries to come up with creative ways to give him new powers, each having their own MythologyGag. These include [[Franchise/SpiderMan putting a (non-radioactive) spider in his food]], [[CaptainAmerica [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica putting "super-soldier syrup" in his drink]], and [[TheFlash dousing him in chemicals and blasting him with electricity]].
26th Jan '16 2:12:19 PM TargetmasterJoe
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2nd Dec '15 9:20:09 AM dreamofwritting
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** {{Two words|ObviousTrope}}: {{M|eaningfulName}}ighty [[GagBoobs Endowed]].

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** {{Two words|ObviousTrope}}: {{M|eaningfulName}}ighty [[GagBoobs Endowed]].
28th Nov '15 5:40:29 PM nombretomado
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* SecretSix: The entire scene involving Deadshot and Catman shopping for ice cream at the beginning of the ''Unhinged'' arc. In particular, Deadshot's excuse for ripping off the entire cigarette stock.
** About three-quarters of Ragdoll's dialogue hovers between disturbing and hilarious.
** "Scandal Savage, you may have one ice cream of your choice."
** Issue 30 has [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/2737534.html?#cutid1 Bane getting set up on a blind date.]] As if the concept wasn't hilarious enough, his reaction upon meeting her...
-->'''Bane:''' I wish to mate. Here are bargaining tokens they told me to purchase. Shall we begin negotiations?
18th Oct '15 10:26:05 AM nombretomado
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** The entirety of Diana's trip to Japan with Black Canary is a big CMOF, especially when they are trying on {{Stripperiffic}} costumes to disguise themselves as wrestlers in a metahuman fighting ring while making a CallBack to Canary's comment that Diana has the "second most famous bosom" in the superhero community (after PowerGirl).

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** The entirety of Diana's trip to Japan with Black Canary is a big CMOF, especially when they are trying on {{Stripperiffic}} costumes to disguise themselves as wrestlers in a metahuman fighting ring while making a CallBack to Canary's comment that Diana has the "second most famous bosom" in the superhero community (after PowerGirl).ComicBook/PowerGirl).
14th Oct '15 12:27:47 PM Joe9876
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8th Oct '15 6:53:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Knightfall}}'': The end of Batman's fight with Firefly.
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