History KillerRabbit / ComicBooks

15th Jan '16 4:47:25 PM nombretomado
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* In the Marvel Universe, a powerful hero is SquirrelGirl, [[PettingZooPeople a young woman]] with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway the powers of squirrel-agility and control]]. {{Thanos}}, Doctor Doom, ComicBook/{{MODOK}}, and {{Deadpool}}, among others, have all (somehow) fallen to her. She is Marvel's LethalJokeCharacter. Almost all of her victories are off-panel, and it's a bit of a running gag to jump back and forth over whether it was the real Doom and Thanos she defeated ([[ActuallyADoombot as robot duplicates and clones, respectively, are common retcons used to explain particularly embarrassing defeats by those villains]]).
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* In the Marvel Universe, a powerful hero is SquirrelGirl, ComicBook/SquirrelGirl, [[PettingZooPeople a young woman]] with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway the powers of squirrel-agility and control]]. {{Thanos}}, Doctor Doom, ComicBook/{{MODOK}}, and {{Deadpool}}, among others, have all (somehow) fallen to her. She is Marvel's LethalJokeCharacter. Almost all of her victories are off-panel, and it's a bit of a running gag to jump back and forth over whether it was the real Doom and Thanos she defeated ([[ActuallyADoombot as robot duplicates and clones, respectively, are common retcons used to explain particularly embarrassing defeats by those villains]]).
28th Dec '15 4:06:25 PM Anddrix
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* In the Marvel Universe, a powerful hero is SquirrelGirl, [[PettingZooPeople a young woman]] with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway the powers of squirrel-agility and control]]. {{Thanos}}, DoctorDoom, ComicBook/{{MODOK}}, and {{Deadpool}}, among others, have all (somehow) fallen to her. She is Marvel's LethalJokeCharacter. Almost all of her victories are off-panel, and it's a bit of a running gag to jump back and forth over whether it was the real Doom and Thanos she defeated ([[ActuallyADoombot as robot duplicates and clones, respectively, are common retcons used to explain particularly embarrassing defeats by those villains]]).
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* In the Marvel Universe, a powerful hero is SquirrelGirl, [[PettingZooPeople a young woman]] with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway the powers of squirrel-agility and control]]. {{Thanos}}, DoctorDoom, Doctor Doom, ComicBook/{{MODOK}}, and {{Deadpool}}, among others, have all (somehow) fallen to her. She is Marvel's LethalJokeCharacter. Almost all of her victories are off-panel, and it's a bit of a running gag to jump back and forth over whether it was the real Doom and Thanos she defeated ([[ActuallyADoombot as robot duplicates and clones, respectively, are common retcons used to explain particularly embarrassing defeats by those villains]]).
23rd Aug '15 8:34:29 PM nombretomado
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* In the Marvel Universe, a powerful hero is SquirrelGirl, [[PettingZooPeople a young woman]] with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway the powers of squirrel-agility and control]]. {{Thanos}}, DoctorDoom, {{MODOK}}, and {{Deadpool}}, among others, have all (somehow) fallen to her. She is Marvel's LethalJokeCharacter. Almost all of her victories are off-panel, and it's a bit of a running gag to jump back and forth over whether it was the real Doom and Thanos she defeated ([[ActuallyADoombot as robot duplicates and clones, respectively, are common retcons used to explain particularly embarrassing defeats by those villains]]).
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* In the Marvel Universe, a powerful hero is SquirrelGirl, [[PettingZooPeople a young woman]] with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway the powers of squirrel-agility and control]]. {{Thanos}}, DoctorDoom, {{MODOK}}, ComicBook/{{MODOK}}, and {{Deadpool}}, among others, have all (somehow) fallen to her. She is Marvel's LethalJokeCharacter. Almost all of her victories are off-panel, and it's a bit of a running gag to jump back and forth over whether it was the real Doom and Thanos she defeated ([[ActuallyADoombot as robot duplicates and clones, respectively, are common retcons used to explain particularly embarrassing defeats by those villains]]).
28th Apr '15 2:32:54 PM Yora
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* After The Queen of Witches in ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}'' banishes her right-hand pig man Grugach for doubting her power, she picks the cute little hedgehog as her new champion and general for her crusade to destroy all of mankind. [[spoiler:Once she coats him in the blood of the fairy queen Mab, he turns into a troll even bigger and stronger than Hellboy.]]
1st Jan '15 8:25:15 AM Ambaryerno
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* Yet another Marvel example in Comicbook/{{X 23}}, the teenaged OppositeSexClone of Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}. Physically she's quite unimposing, generally being depicted as slight, pretty teenage girl. She's also one of ''the'' most deadly assassins ''in the entire Marvel Universe'', having a body count into the hundreds, if not ''thousands''. By the time she was ''thirteen''. On numerous missions Laura has been shown actively taking advantage of this trope by playing up her harmless appearance (whether by disguising herself as a handicapped girl, or a Girl Scout selling cookies, etc.). Even experienced agents like Alisande Morales, who have been extensively briefed on her activities, are stunned when they actually see her for the first time.
2nd Dec '14 4:37:26 AM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}'' features some "Unusual Weapons of Mass Destruction", including the Drop Bears -- koala bears trained to kill, which are deployed by throwing them out of an aircraft. "Cuddly widdle bears of DEATH?!" This is based on a joke played by Australians on tourists. See the Real Life section below.
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* ''ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}'' features some "Unusual Weapons of Mass Destruction", including the Drop Bears -- koala bears trained to kill, which are deployed by throwing them out of an aircraft. "Cuddly widdle bears of DEATH?!" This is based on a joke played by Australians on tourists. See the Real Life section below.for more.
11th Oct '14 3:29:43 PM falcon2484
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* In an issue of ''Weird Fantasy'', in a story entitled "The Enemies of the Colony," colonists from Earth settle on a distant planet where they discover two species of animal -- the cute, monkeylike Moku and giant, hideous beats called Hydrafiles. Moku are kept and bred by the colonists as pets, and Hydrafiles are constantly threatening the colonists' safety. When the colony leader's son turns up dead and horribly mutilated, it is assumed to be the work of Hydrafiles, and the colony leader declares all-out war against them. After wiping out virtually the entire Hydrafile population, [[spoiler: it is revealed that the super-cute Moku become vicious in numbers, and the Hydrafiles were only attempting to keep their population down. Disaster ensues for the colonists.]]
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* In an issue of ''Weird Fantasy'', ''[[Creator/ECComics Weird Fantasy]]'', in a story entitled "The Enemies of the Colony," colonists from Earth settle on a distant planet where they discover two species of animal -- the cute, monkeylike Moku and giant, hideous beats called Hydrafiles. Moku are kept and bred by the colonists as pets, and Hydrafiles are constantly threatening the colonists' safety. When the colony leader's son turns up dead and horribly mutilated, it is assumed to be the work of Hydrafiles, and the colony leader declares all-out war against them. After wiping out virtually the entire Hydrafile population, [[spoiler: it is revealed that the super-cute Moku become vicious in numbers, and the Hydrafiles were only attempting to keep their population down. Disaster ensues for the colonists.]]
11th Oct '14 3:28:27 PM falcon2484
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* In an issue of ComicBook/WeirdFantasy, in a story entitled "The Enemies of the Colony," colonists from Earth settle on a distant planet where they discover two species of animal -- the cute, monkeylike Moku and giant, hideous beats called Hydrafiles. Moku are kept and bred by the colonists as pets, and Hydrafiles are constantly threatening the colonists' safety. When the colony leader's son turns up dead and horribly mutilated, it is assumed to be the work of Hydrafiles, and the colony leader declares all-out war against them. After wiping out virtually the entire Hydrafile population, [[spoiler: it is revealed that the super-cute Moku become vicious in numbers, and the Hydrafiles were only attempting to keep their population down. Disaster ensues for the colonists.]]
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* In an issue of ComicBook/WeirdFantasy, ''Weird Fantasy'', in a story entitled "The Enemies of the Colony," colonists from Earth settle on a distant planet where they discover two species of animal -- the cute, monkeylike Moku and giant, hideous beats called Hydrafiles. Moku are kept and bred by the colonists as pets, and Hydrafiles are constantly threatening the colonists' safety. When the colony leader's son turns up dead and horribly mutilated, it is assumed to be the work of Hydrafiles, and the colony leader declares all-out war against them. After wiping out virtually the entire Hydrafile population, [[spoiler: it is revealed that the super-cute Moku become vicious in numbers, and the Hydrafiles were only attempting to keep their population down. Disaster ensues for the colonists.]]
29th Aug '14 11:14:37 AM Scorntex
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* One issue of ComicBook/TheSimpsons has Homer in a deadly game show being dropped into a room full of adorable little puppies. Apparently the trap wasn't working properly, since he was supposed to be dunked in barbecue sauce first. Mr. Burns (who is the man behind the game show) angrily defends the choice, claiming his grandmother was "eaten by a roving band of puppies during the lean years of the Hoover administration".
2nd Jul '14 5:32:20 AM SeptimusHeap
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* 3 from Creator/GrantMorrison's ''WE3'' is ''literally'' a KillerRabbit.
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* 3 from Creator/GrantMorrison's ''WE3'' ''ComicBook/{{We3}}'' is ''literally'' a KillerRabbit.
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