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15th May '17 7:33:20 PM JMQwilleran
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* In ''WesternAnimaton/DocMcStuffins'': "Toy Hospital: Mole Money, Mole Problems," the final test for a guide pet is the "distracted pedestrian of doom."
-->'''Chilly''': I am walking and talking on my phone and not paying one bit of attention to where I am going. Doo doo doo...
10th Apr '17 11:02:07 AM JoeMerl
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** The show had a total of 10 episode titles (including the non-produced ones) with the word "doom" in it. The first DVD is also called "Doom Doom Doom".

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** The show had a total of 10 episode titles (including titles, including the non-produced ones) ones, with the word "doom" in it. (In fact, nearly ''all'' of the unfinished episodes apply, though to be fair they may have been working titles.) The first DVD is also called "Doom Doom Doom".
10th Apr '17 10:54:23 AM JoeMerl
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->''"I'm gonna sing the Doom Song now!"''

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->''"I'm gonna sing the Doom Song now!"''now! Doom-doom, doom-doom-doom, doom-doom-doom-DOOM!"''
18th Mar '17 7:06:24 PM nombretomado
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* Boy, does ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}'' have fun with this trope. First off there is the Lever of Doom that steals your neopoints if you pull it, as well as plenty of items. To give you a taste, there is the Evil Toy of DOOM, Ice Lolly of Doom, Immense Rubber Axe of Doom, and Nimmo of Doom (a book).

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* Boy, does ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}'' ''Website/{{Neopets}}'' have fun with this trope. First off there is the Lever of Doom that steals your neopoints if you pull it, as well as plenty of items. To give you a taste, there is the Evil Toy of DOOM, Ice Lolly of Doom, Immense Rubber Axe of Doom, and Nimmo of Doom (a book).
3rd Feb '17 4:19:20 PM QueenSaeryen
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* In ''Under the Serpent Sea'' (from ''The Secrets of Droon'' series), various characters talk about "doom," and it nags Neal so much that he says "Is doom, like, ''everybody's'' favorite word?"
10th Jan '17 6:58:37 AM erforce
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* Yahtzee of ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation'', faced with a Nazi Flak tower in ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor: Airborne'' ([[AluminiumChristmasTrees which he didn't realise was real]] until he received a [[IncrediblyLamePun barrage]] of e-mails informing him it was), referred to it as a "Doom Fortress".

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* Yahtzee of ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation'', faced with a Nazi Flak tower in ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor: Airborne'' ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAirborne'' ([[AluminiumChristmasTrees which he didn't realise was real]] until he received a [[IncrediblyLamePun barrage]] of e-mails informing him it was), referred to it as a "Doom Fortress".
7th Jan '17 7:27:43 PM doorhandle
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** [[FridgeBrilliance Which makes sense when you realize that the original meaning of doom]] was "[[http://www.thefreedictionary.com/doom adverse fate.]]" [[UnholyHolySword Maybe be careful when you use those.]]
16th Dec '16 2:04:54 PM Nylsa
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** Continuing with this trend, the [[RecycledInSpace in space]] version of this game has combinable gun cards, leading up to a "Bananafanafofaser Bobaser Dazer Maser Shmaser Raser... of DOOM", which actually would follow through with the 'of doom'ing as it would be insanely powerful.
* ''Tabletopgame/YuGiOh'''s card game also features Doom a lot, even more so in the TCG version where "Death" tends to get replaced with "Doom".

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** Continuing with this trend, the [[RecycledInSpace in space]] IN SPACE]] version of this game has combinable gun cards, leading up to a "Bananafanafofaser Bobaser Dazer Maser Shmaser Raser... of DOOM", which actually would follow through with the 'of doom'ing as it would be insanely powerful.
* ''Tabletopgame/YuGiOh'''s card game also features Doom a lot, even more so in the TCG version version, where "Death" tends to get replaced with "Doom".



* Also from the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, the lead-up to one of their big {{Crisis Crossover}}s in the 1980s involved [[Myth/NorseMythology Surtur the fire giant forging Twilight]], also called the Sword of Doom. For months before the series actually began readers saw him in various comics, striking the glowing sword blank on an anvil with a hammer that made a ringing "DOOM!" with each blow.
* Marvel Comics has the Elements of Doom. Take the elements of the Periodic System, give them sentience and let them carry out the urge to KillAllHumans.

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* Also from the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, the lead-up to one of their big {{Crisis Crossover}}s in the 1980s involved [[Myth/NorseMythology Surtur the fire giant forging Twilight]], also called the Sword of Doom. For months before the series actually began began, readers saw him in various comics, comics striking the glowing sword blank on an anvil with a hammer that made a ringing "DOOM!" with each blow.
* Marvel Comics has the Elements of Doom. Take the elements of the Periodic System, give them sentience sentience, and let them carry out the urge to KillAllHumans.



* Doomsday, who is best known for killing Comicbook/{{Superman}} himself. His arrival was even preceded by the sound of him smashing against the walls of his subterranean prison (naturally, "Doom! Doom!") and the final blow freed him with the ominous onomatopoeia, ''"Krakadoom."''[[spoiler: "Crack of doom," naturally.]]
* An old British comics character named Disaster Des caused trouble wherever he went without meaning to. He had a habit of singing to himself, but instead of "dum dum dum" he always sang "doom, doom, doom".

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* Doomsday, who is best known for killing Comicbook/{{Superman}} himself. His arrival was even preceded by the sound of him smashing against the walls of his subterranean prison (naturally, "Doom! Doom!") and the final blow freed him with the ominous onomatopoeia, ''"Krakadoom."''[[spoiler: "Crack ''"Krakadoom".'' [[spoiler:"Crack of doom," naturally.]]
* An old British comics character named Disaster Des caused trouble wherever he went without meaning to. He had a habit of singing to himself, but instead of "dum dum dum" dum", he always sang "doom, doom, doom".



-->'''Satan''':...they never know what they've been doomed to be. ''God I'' love that word. '''DOOM!'''
* As Starr [[SanitySlippage cracks up]] in ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' he decides he needs a much bigger gun (partly to make up for something he's lost) and begins posing with it, muttering "''Doom''cock..."

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-->'''Satan''':...they never know what they've been doomed to be. ''God I'' ''God'', I love that word. '''DOOM!'''
* As Starr [[SanitySlippage cracks up]] in ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'', he decides he needs a much bigger gun (partly to make up for something he's lost) and begins posing with it, muttering "''Doom''cock..."



* Thulsa Doom, major villain of King Kull.Thulsa Doom is a fictional character first appearing in the Kull short story "Delcardes' Cat" by Robert E. Howard. He has since appeared in comic books and film as the nemesis of Kull and, later, one of Howard's other creations, Conan the Barbarian. Thulsa Doom is the prototype for many of the future evil wizards, such as Thoth Amon, Thungra Khotan, and Xaltotun in later Conan stories.
* The Galactic Police in the print incarnation of ''Webcomic/ZitaTheSpacegirl'' are called Doom Squad.

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* Thulsa Doom, major villain of King Kull. Thulsa Doom is a fictional character who first appearing appeared in the Kull short story "Delcardes' Cat" by Robert E. Howard. He has since appeared in comic books and film as the nemesis of Kull and, later, one of Howard's other creations, Conan ''Conan the Barbarian. Barbarian''. Thulsa Doom is the prototype for many of the future evil wizards, such as Thoth Amon, Thungra Khotan, and Xaltotun in later Conan ''Conan'' stories.
* The Galactic Police in the print incarnation of ''Webcomic/ZitaTheSpacegirl'' are called the Doom Squad.



* In ''Film/TheColorOfMoney'', Vincent sits with his cased Balabushka pool cue watching Mozelle finish a match. Finally Mozelle walks over and says "What you got in there?" Vincent: "In here? (opens case, smirking even more) Doom."

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* In ''Film/TheColorOfMoney'', Vincent sits with his cased Balabushka pool cue watching Mozelle finish a match. Finally Finally, Mozelle walks over and says says, "What you got in there?" Vincent: there?"
-->'''Vincent''':
"In here? (opens case, smirking even more) Doom."



* In ''Film/{{Orgazmo}}'', where IdiotHero Orgazmo is held by the Ass-Fuck Twins, Natsuko und Haruka, who are speaking in a cutesy Japanese accent: "Dere is no escapin us, Ohgazmo." "Plepare to meet cha dum!" (---> "Prepare to meet your doom!").

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* In ''Film/{{Orgazmo}}'', where when IdiotHero Orgazmo is held by the Ass-Fuck Twins, Natsuko und and Haruka, who are speaking in a cutesy Japanese accent: accents: "Dere is no escapin us, Ohgazmo." "Plepare to meet cha dum!" (---> "Prepare ("Prepare to meet your doom!").



** [=C3P0=] was quite fond of saying "We're doomed!" in the face of any small difficulty.
** A straighter example is in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' where Grievous during his during his duel with Obi-Wan proclaims, after the cavalry arives, "Army or not, you must realize... you are DOOMED!"

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** [=C3P0=] [=C-3P0=] was quite fond of saying "We're doomed!" in the face of any small difficulty.
** A straighter example is in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' where Grievous during his when Grievous, during his duel with Obi-Wan proclaims, Obi-Wan, proclaims after the cavalry arives, arrives, "Army or not, you must realize... you are DOOMED!"
4th Dec '16 12:47:42 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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-->'''[[GenreSavvy Carter]]:''' It's a ''ray'' that causes immediate ''death''! Why can't you just call it a DeathRay?

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-->'''[[GenreSavvy Carter]]:''' -->'''Carter:''' It's a ''ray'' that causes immediate ''death''! Why can't you just call it a DeathRay?



* [[http://www.darthsanddroids.net/episodes/0145.html The title of this]] incredibly GenreSavvy and trope-savvy episode of ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids''.

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* [[http://www.darthsanddroids.net/episodes/0145.html The title of this]] incredibly GenreSavvy and trope-savvy episode of ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids''.
28th Nov '16 4:29:15 PM N1KF
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