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1st Jan '17 7:50:14 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* [[WackyWaysideTribe Tom Bombadil]] is a BlitheSpirit who migrated into ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' from a series of poems that Creator/JRRTolkien wrote for his children.
1st Jan '17 11:37:26 AM MattP5557
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** SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} who would feel right at home in an AllAdultAnimationIsSouthPark type series.
27th Dec '16 6:57:42 AM Elan
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** [[Recap/DoctorWho2016CSTheReturnOfDoctorMysterio The Return Of Doctor Mysterio]] drops the Doctor into a Silver Age superhero story, complete with milquetoast Clark Kent pastiche who doubles as a dashing {{Superman}} {{Expy}}, an IntrepidReporter Lois Lane knockoff, and a group of body snatching aliens who [[GenreBlind don't seem prepared]] to find themselves in either a superhero story ''or'' an episode of DoctorWho.
22nd Dec '16 9:30:41 PM ultimomant
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* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', Gunha Sogiita thinks and behaves like a goofy, stereotypical superhero from a Saturday morning carton or a {{Sentai}} series. He has the superpowers to match, but this series is a GambitRoulette of MagicVersusScience, and he's completely oblivious to the conflicts and struggles the real main characters have to deal with.

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* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', Gunha Sogiita thinks and behaves like a goofy, stereotypical superhero from a Saturday morning carton or a {{Sentai}} series. He has the superpowers to match, match and is pretty good at dealing with mundane crime, but this series is a GambitRoulette of MagicVersusScience, and he's completely oblivious to the conflicts and struggles the real main characters have to deal with.
22nd Dec '16 5:16:04 PM ultimomant
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* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', Gunha Sogiita thinks and behaves like a goofy, stereotypical superhero from a Saturday morning carton or a {{Sentai}} series. He has the superpowers to match, but this series is a GambitRoulette of MagicVersusScience, and he's completely oblivious to the conflicts and struggles the real main characters have to deal with.
20th Nov '16 11:44:26 AM Woggy
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* Oogie-Boogie from ''Film/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas''. The other spooks are frightening and with a bit of a skewed morality code, but are ultimately good natured creatures that scare folks for fun. Enter Oogie-Boogie, the one spook who is genuinely malicious and evil-natured, who even the other spooks seem to dislike. According to a suplimentary material he's also this in a completely literal sense, being a refugee from a different bug-themed holiday that's no longer celebrated.

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* Oogie-Boogie from ''Film/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas''. The other spooks are frightening and with a bit of a skewed morality code, but are ultimately good natured creatures that scare folks for fun. Enter Oogie-Boogie, the one spook who is genuinely malicious and evil-natured, who even the other spooks seem to dislike. According to a suplimentary supplmentary material he's also this in a completely literal sense, being a refugee from a different bug-themed holiday that's no longer celebrated.
21st Oct '16 9:35:39 AM Theriocephalus
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13th Oct '16 4:30:35 PM CumbersomeTercel
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*** The nihilists believe they're in a quirky-but-dark Creator/QuentinTarantino-inspired crime thriller about a gang of eccentric VillainProtagonists, and that they're the protagonists in question.

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*** The nihilists believe they're in a quirky-but-dark Creator/QuentinTarantino-inspired crime thriller about a gang of eccentric VillainProtagonists, eccentric {{Villain Protagonist}}s, and that they're the protagonists in question.
13th Oct '16 4:26:28 PM CumbersomeTercel
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** An argument can be made that all of the characters seem to have stumbled into this movie from different ones and consequently don't seem to be quite sure of exactly what kind of movie they're in. In addition to the Stranger's confusion over whether this is a western or not:
*** The Dude's walked right out of a stoner comedy or a 1960s New Hollywood-style counterculture flick.
*** Walter acts like he's in a Vietnam drama that chronicles the veteran's harrowing struggle to reacclimatize back into civilian society after everything he's seen and done.
*** The Big Lebowksi, Maude, Jackie Treehorn and Da Fino seem to think and act like they're playing a Film Noir straight (and even manage to convince Walter of this for a time).
*** The nihilists believe they're in a quirky-but-dark Creator/QuentinTarantino-inspired crime thriller about a gang of eccentric VillainProtagonists, and that they're the protagonists in question.
*** From what we see, Bunny apparently thinks she's in a porn movie.
*** The Jesus is practically OpposingSportsTeam personified.
*** Donny is just an ordinary guy who thinks he's in a slightly eccentric bowling team but has an otherwise normal life. He's probably the most wrong out of all of them.
13th Oct '16 4:19:57 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* On that note, the bumbling comic relief cops from ''Film/LastHouseOnTheLeft'', who clearly belong in a comedy rather than a horror film.

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* On that note, the bumbling comic relief cops from ''Film/LastHouseOnTheLeft'', ''Film/TheLastHouseOnTheLeft'', who clearly belong in a comedy rather than a horror film.
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