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15th Aug '17 3:47:35 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''Videogame/YuGiOhMonsterCapsuleGB'', Seto Kaiba's RPG world is a literal representation of Hell, though only the first layer has fire. The second layers deal with lightning and darkness.

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* In ''Videogame/YuGiOhMonsterCapsuleGB'', ''VideoGame/YuGiOhMonsterCapsuleGB'', Seto Kaiba's RPG world is a literal representation of Hell, though only the first layer has fire. The second layers deal with lightning and darkness.
2nd Aug '17 11:53:07 AM erforce
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* Played straight in ''Film/{{Hideaway}},'' based on a Dean Koontz novel.

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* %%* Played straight in ''Film/{{Hideaway}},'' based on a Dean Koontz novel.



* Aversion in Creator/DeanKoontz's ''Hideaway.'' [[CameBackWrong Primary antagonist]] Vassago reflects on his time in Hell at one point, describing it as a cold, lightless place.

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* Aversion in Creator/DeanKoontz's ''Hideaway.'' ''Literature/{{Hideaway}}''. [[CameBackWrong Primary antagonist]] Vassago reflects on his time in Hell at one point, describing it as a cold, lightless place.
9th Jul '17 2:51:58 AM Vir
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* In a brief scene in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s movie, Stewie is trapped in Hell, represented by a motel room with Steve Allen. Just as Steve starts to take off his shirt and says, "Well, let's get on with this," Stewie wakes up, having had a near-death experience. Averted when it's shown that Allen just wanted him to help fix his shirt. [[MundaneAfterlife Then Allen turns on the TV and discovers that they show nothing but]] ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' reruns.

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* In a brief scene in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s movie, Stewie is trapped in Hell, represented by a motel room with Steve Allen. Just as Steve starts to take off his shirt and says, "Well, "Alright, let's get on with do this," Stewie wakes up, having had a near-death experience. Averted when it's shown that Allen just wanted him to help fix his shirt. [[MundaneAfterlife Then Allen turns on the TV and discovers that they show nothing but]] ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' reruns.
9th Jul '17 2:50:12 AM Vir
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* In a brief scene in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s movie, Stewie is trapped in Hell, represented by a motel room with Steve Allen. Just as Steve starts to take off his shirt and says, "Well, let's get on with this," Stewie wakes up, having had a near-death experience. Averted when it's shown that Allen just wanted him to help fix his shirt. [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment Then Allen turns on the TV and discovers that they show nothing but]] ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' reruns.

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* In a brief scene in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s movie, Stewie is trapped in Hell, represented by a motel room with Steve Allen. Just as Steve starts to take off his shirt and says, "Well, let's get on with this," Stewie wakes up, having had a near-death experience. Averted when it's shown that Allen just wanted him to help fix his shirt. [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment [[MundaneAfterlife Then Allen turns on the TV and discovers that they show nothing but]] ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' reruns.
9th Jul '17 2:48:56 AM Vir
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* In a brief scene in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s movie, Stewie is trapped in hell, represented by a motel room with Steve Allen. Just as Steve starts to take off his shirt and says, "Well, let's get on with it," Stewie wakes up, having near-death experience. Averted when its shown that Allen just wanted him to help fix his shirt. [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment Then Allen turns on the TV and discovers that they show nothing but Facts Of Life reruns]]

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* In a brief scene in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s movie, Stewie is trapped in hell, Hell, represented by a motel room with Steve Allen. Just as Steve starts to take off his shirt and says, "Well, let's get on with it," this," Stewie wakes up, having had a near-death experience. Averted when its it's shown that Allen just wanted him to help fix his shirt. [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment Then Allen turns on the TV and discovers that they show nothing but Facts Of Life reruns]]but]] ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' reruns.



* An episode of the 90's cartoon version of ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'' has Stanley accidently sell his soul to Satan, or "Bob" as he's called in the show, and The Mask ends up being taken to the Underworld, which is portrayed as this trope, filled with ironic punishments, such as nothing on TV except daytime talk shows, everyone being forced to wear polyester clothes, and the food consists of lima beans, rice cakes and lettuce. The Mask manages to get his soul back by beating Bob in a dance off thankfully.
* * ''WesternAnumation/TheRealGhostbusters'': Episode "Hanging By a Thread" shows the Ghostbusters visiting hell depicted as this, and with caves and lava (or maybe blood) rivers.

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* An episode of the 90's cartoon version of ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'' has Stanley accidently sell his soul to Satan, or "Bob" as he's called in the show, and The Mask ends up being taken to the Underworld, which is portrayed as this trope, filled with ironic punishments, such as nothing on TV except daytime talk shows, everyone being forced to wear polyester clothes, and the food consists of lima beans, rice cakes and lettuce. Thankfully, The Mask manages to get his soul back by beating Bob in a dance off thankfully.
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* * ''WesternAnumation/TheRealGhostbusters'': Episode ''WesternAnumation/TheRealGhostbusters'' episode "Hanging By a Thread" shows the Ghostbusters visiting hell Hell depicted as this, and with caves and lava (or maybe blood) rivers.
9th Jul '17 2:43:09 AM Vir
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*** Besides that fact, Shishio also appreciates his new surroundings because without anyone like Kenshin there, he'll have no trouble [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome conquering it!]]

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*** Besides that fact, Shishio also appreciates his new surroundings because because, without anyone like Kenshin there, he'll have no trouble [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome conquering it!]]



* Neron and other comic book devils live in a FireAndBrimstoneHell, unless it's a Creator/{{Vertigo|Comics}} book.

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* Neron and other comic book devils live in a FireAndBrimstoneHell, Fire and Brimstone Hell, unless it's a Creator/{{Vertigo|Comics}} book.



* In a series of books ''for children'' (frequently quoted by atheists making emotional appeals), the nineteenth-century missionary priest John Furniss (pronounced "furnace"?) provided vivid word-pictures of FireAndBrimstoneHell:

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* In a series of books ''for children'' (frequently quoted by atheists making emotional appeals), the nineteenth-century missionary priest John Furniss (pronounced "furnace"?) provided vivid word-pictures of FireAndBrimstoneHell:Fire and Brimstone Hell:



* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'': In "[[Recap/StarTrekS1E0TheCage The Cage]]" (with footage re-used in "The Menagerie"), the Talosians briefly inflict the illusion of FireAndBrimstoneHell on Captain Pike. Furthermore, if Pike does not behave, the Talosians threaten to go deeper still into his mind for experiences ''even worse!''

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'': In "[[Recap/StarTrekS1E0TheCage The Cage]]" (with footage re-used in "The Menagerie"), the Talosians briefly inflict the illusion of FireAndBrimstoneHell Fire and Brimstone Hell on Captain Pike. Furthermore, if Pike does not behave, the Talosians threaten to go deeper still into his mind for experiences ''even worse!''



* Any references to "hell" in the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' series means "the Buddhist hells." In ''Subterranean Animism'' the Ancient City is located in a now unused district of hell. Snowfall suggests the city is part of a former cold hell while the Hell of Blazing Fires below it may have once been a hot hell (in fact, the Blazing Fires appears to be nothing but a sea of fire so it goes further than your typical FireAndBrimstoneHell). As of that game in the series, they were relit due to the Yatagarasu's power in Utsuho and it was opened back up as a formal hell destination.

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* Any references to "hell" in the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' series means "the Buddhist hells." In ''Subterranean Animism'' the Ancient City is located in a now unused district of hell. Snowfall suggests the city is part of a former cold hell while the Hell of Blazing Fires below it may have once been a hot hell (in fact, the Blazing Fires appears to be nothing but a sea of fire so it goes further than your typical FireAndBrimstoneHell).Fire and Brimstone Hell). As of that game in the series, they were relit due to the Yatagarasu's power in Utsuho and it was opened back up as a formal hell destination.



* Played with in ''Webcomic/{{Mindmistress}}'', wherin after [[PsychopathicManchild Alvin's]] mind takes over one of the (currently [[LethalLavaLand deep, deep underground]]) [[HumongousMecha Unstoppable Ones]] he assumes he's been confined to FireAndBrimstoneHell for his sins. The [[ManipulativeBastard man who sent him there]] [[SureLetsGoWithThat does nothing to abuse him of this notion]].

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* Played with in ''Webcomic/{{Mindmistress}}'', wherin wherein after [[PsychopathicManchild Alvin's]] mind takes over one of the (currently [[LethalLavaLand deep, deep underground]]) [[HumongousMecha Unstoppable Ones]] he assumes he's been confined to FireAndBrimstoneHell Fire and Brimstone Hell for his sins. The [[ManipulativeBastard man who sent him there]] [[SureLetsGoWithThat does nothing to abuse him of this notion]].



* [[strike:Hell]] Heck in ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' starts out as FireAndBrimstoneHell until [[FluffyTheTerrible Peaches]] removes the backdrop, saying that it's only for the tourists.

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* [[strike:Hell]] Heck in ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' starts out as FireAndBrimstoneHell a Fire and Brimstone Hell until [[FluffyTheTerrible Peaches]] removes the backdrop, saying that it's only for the tourists.
3rd Jul '17 11:32:12 PM DustSnitch
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' has Robot Hell, which fits this trope to a T. Only with robots, obviously. And musical numbers, which Bender at least regards as the ''real'' punishment.
** [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} "Well done, android. The Enrichment Center once again reminds you that android hell is a real place where you will be sent at the first sign of defiance."]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' has Robot Hell, which fits this trope a PhysicalHell built by the adherents of the Church of Robotology to hold any members who violate the oath of membership and sin. As soon as a T. Only with robots, obviously. And Robotolgist sins, the red -and-horned Robot Devil will kidnap them and bring them to the red-painted walls of Robot Hell where they will suffer in lakes of fires while enduring cheesy musical numbers, which Bender at least regards as numbers [[IronicHell suited to their sins]]. In a nod to the ''real'' punishment.
** [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} "Well done, android. The Enrichment Center once again reminds you that android hell is a real place where you will be sent at
inspiration of the first sign pop-image of defiance."]][[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Hell]], the robot underworld is located under an amusement park ride called ''The Inferno''.
3rd Jul '17 11:26:41 PM DustSnitch
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* [[UnbuiltTrope In spite of everything]], Dante Alighieri's ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Inferno]]'' actually ''averted'' this trope for the most part. Naked flames do feature, but only in four of the twenty-four divisions of Dante's Hell (Heretics lie in flaming tombs, blasphemers, usurers, and homosexuals are in a desert with fire raining down, simoniacs are stuck upside down with flames burning at their feet, and evil counselors are stuck in individual tongues of flame) and just one of the seven regions in his Purgatory (the seventh terrence, for the repentant lustful). You are as likely to be boiled, drowned, chopped, or frozen as you are burnt in Dante's ''Inferno.'' [[SerialEscalation Furthermore]], Satan (along with other traitors) is imprisoned in the deepest level of Hell- Cocytus, [[EvilIsDeathlyCold a frozen lake]].

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* [[UnbuiltTrope In spite of everything]], Dante Alighieri's Dante's ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Inferno]]'' actually ''averted'' this trope for the most part. Naked flames do feature, but only in four of the twenty-four divisions of Dante's Hell (Heretics lie in flaming tombs, blasphemers, usurers, and homosexuals are in a desert with fire raining down, simoniacs are stuck upside down with flames burning at their feet, and evil counselors are stuck in individual tongues of flame) and just one of the seven regions in his Purgatory (the seventh terrence, for the repentant lustful). You are as likely to be boiled, drowned, chopped, or frozen as you are burnt in Dante's ''Inferno.'' [[SerialEscalation Furthermore]], Satan (along with other traitors) is imprisoned in the deepest level of Hell- Cocytus, [[EvilIsDeathlyCold a frozen lake]].
3rd Jul '17 11:24:28 PM DustSnitch
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Common features of such a location include underground cavern-like decor, plenty of {{hellfire}} and [[LethalLavaLand lava]], and red-skinned [[HornedHumanoid devils with horns]] and tails poking the souls of sinners around with their pitchforks. Sometimes, it's actually shown to be underground ''literally'', but most of the time it's AnotherDimension.

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Common features of such a location include underground cavern-like decor, plenty of {{hellfire}} and [[LethalLavaLand lava]], and red-skinned [[HornedHumanoid devils with horns]] and tails poking the souls of sinners around with their pitchforks. Sometimes, it's actually shown to be underground ''literally'', ''[[PhysicalHell literally]]'', but most of the time it's AnotherDimension.
25th Jun '17 1:31:36 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Literature/TheGuardians'', Hell is a huge realm with many areas. The traditional fire and brimstone area is The Pit, where the souls of damned humans and disobedient demons are tortured.

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* In ''Literature/TheGuardians'', ''Literature/{{The Guardians|MeljeanBrook}}'', Hell is a huge realm with many areas. The traditional fire and brimstone area is The Pit, where the souls of damned humans and disobedient demons are tortured.
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