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10th Dec '17 10:39:43 AM ClipboardFox22
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* An issue of ''ComicBook/PowerPack'' features a brief panel of [[ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes an excited kid carrying a tiger and dragging along exasperated parents]], appropriately enough at a dinosaur exhibit.
10th Dec '17 12:37:02 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'' storyline "Krisis of the Krimson Kryptonite" had Mr. Mxyzptlk hand Lex Luthor a chunk of red kryptonite, stating that he was too busy having fun in another dimension to make his usual visit to the Man of Steel. When we see Mxy in [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the other universe]], he takes on the form of a color-inverted Impossible Man and harasses a superhero team strongly implied to be the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch are mostly off-panel with the only parts of them visible being Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman's legs, Mr. Fantastic's stretched out torso, and the fiery trail the Human Torch leaves while flying, while the Thing's appearance is hidden by having Mxyzptlk cover him in brown glop while assuming the form of a fire hydrant.

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* The ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'' ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' storyline "Krisis of the Krimson Kryptonite" had Mr. Mxyzptlk hand Lex Luthor a chunk of red kryptonite, stating that he was too busy having fun in another dimension to make his usual visit to the Man of Steel. When we see Mxy in [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the other universe]], he takes on the form of a color-inverted Impossible Man and harasses a superhero team strongly implied to be the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch are mostly off-panel with the only parts of them visible being Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman's legs, Mr. Fantastic's stretched out torso, and the fiery trail the Human Torch leaves while when he is flying, while the Thing's appearance is hidden by having Mxyzptlk cover him in brown glop while assuming the form of a fire hydrant.
9th Dec '17 1:49:07 PM CaptainTedium
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* The ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'' storyline "Krisis of the Krimson Kryptonite" had Mr. Mxyzptlk hand Lex Luthor a chunk of red kryptonite, stating that he was too busy having fun in another dimension to make his usual visit to the Man of Steel. When we see Mxy in [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the other universe]], he takes on the form of a color-inverted Impossible Man and harasses a superhero team strongly implied to be the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch are mostly off-panel with only their legs and the tail end of the Torch's flame shield being visible, while the Thing's appearance is hidden by having Mxyzptlk cover him in brown glop while assuming the form of a fire hydrant.

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* The ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'' storyline "Krisis of the Krimson Kryptonite" had Mr. Mxyzptlk hand Lex Luthor a chunk of red kryptonite, stating that he was too busy having fun in another dimension to make his usual visit to the Man of Steel. When we see Mxy in [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the other universe]], he takes on the form of a color-inverted Impossible Man and harasses a superhero team strongly implied to be the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch are mostly off-panel with the only their legs parts of them visible being Mr. Fantastic and the tail end of Invisible Woman's legs, Mr. Fantastic's stretched out torso, and the Torch's flame shield being visible, fiery trail the Human Torch leaves while flying, while the Thing's appearance is hidden by having Mxyzptlk cover him in brown glop while assuming the form of a fire hydrant.
8th Dec '17 10:44:50 PM CaptainTedium
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* The ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'' storyline "Krisis of the Krimson Kryptonite" had Mr. Mxyzptlk hand Lex Luthor a chunk of red kryptonite, stating that he was too busy having fun in another dimension to make his usual visit to the Man of Steel. When wee see Mxy in [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the other universe]], he takes on the form of a color-inverted Impossible Man and harasses a superhero team strongly implied to be the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch are mostly off-panel with only their legs and the tail end of the Torch's flame shield being visible, while the Thing's appearance is hidden by having Mxyzptlk cover him in brown glop while assuming the form of a fire hydrant.

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* The ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'' storyline "Krisis of the Krimson Kryptonite" had Mr. Mxyzptlk hand Lex Luthor a chunk of red kryptonite, stating that he was too busy having fun in another dimension to make his usual visit to the Man of Steel. When wee we see Mxy in [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the other universe]], he takes on the form of a color-inverted Impossible Man and harasses a superhero team strongly implied to be the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch are mostly off-panel with only their legs and the tail end of the Torch's flame shield being visible, while the Thing's appearance is hidden by having Mxyzptlk cover him in brown glop while assuming the form of a fire hydrant.
8th Dec '17 10:43:38 PM CaptainTedium
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* The ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'' storyline "Krisis of the Krimson Kryptonite" had Mr. Mxyzptlk hand Lex Luthor a chunk of red kryptonite, stating that he was too busy having fun in another dimension to make his usual visit to the Man of Steel. When wee see Mxy in [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the other universe]], he takes on the form of a color-inverted Impossible Man and harasses a superhero team strongly implied to be the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch are mostly off-panel with only their legs and the tail end of the Torch's flame shield being visible, while the Thing's appearance is hidden by having Mxyzptlk cover him in brown glop while assuming the form of a fire hydrant.
29th Nov '17 2:05:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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* A ''Pyramid Magazine'' article about the possibilities of giving superheroes a connection to the Franchise/CthulhuMythos had several examples, all Lawyer-Friendly Cameos of {{Creator/Marvel|Comics}} and {{Creator/DC|Comics}} characters. For instance there was a [[Franchise/{{Batman}} millionaire vigilante]] who had been possessed by the Great Race of Yith, and was reluctantly considering asking "[[ComicBook/MartianManhunter the Martian]]" to scan his mind; a note from industrialist "[[ComicBook/LexLuthor L.L.]]" to his research teams about how the alien fungus samples seem to have the ability to take human form, possibly with [[Franchise/{{Superman}} powers and abilities far beyond mortal men]]; a powerful telepath unable to prevent his mutant-detecting machine from broadcasting the chant of "[[Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness Tekeli-li]]!" to [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} his students]]; and a chant to Nyarlathotep which reveals his [[IHaveManyNames many names]] include [[ComicBook/SilverSurfer the Surfer in Silver]] and [[Comicbook/NewGods the Blackened Racer]].

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* A ''Pyramid Magazine'' article about the possibilities of giving superheroes a connection to the Franchise/CthulhuMythos had several examples, all Lawyer-Friendly Cameos of {{Creator/Marvel|Comics}} and {{Creator/DC|Comics}} characters. For instance there was a [[Franchise/{{Batman}} millionaire vigilante]] who had been possessed by the Great Race of Yith, and was reluctantly considering asking "[[ComicBook/MartianManhunter the Martian]]" to scan his mind; a note from industrialist "[[ComicBook/LexLuthor L.L.]]" to his research teams about how the alien fungus samples seem to have the ability to take human form, possibly with [[Franchise/{{Superman}} powers and abilities far beyond mortal men]]; a powerful telepath unable to prevent his mutant-detecting machine from broadcasting the chant of "[[Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness Tekeli-li]]!" to [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} [[Comicbook/XMen his students]]; and a chant to Nyarlathotep which reveals his [[IHaveManyNames many names]] include [[ComicBook/SilverSurfer the Surfer in Silver]] and [[Comicbook/NewGods the Blackened Racer]].
7th Nov '17 10:49:45 AM SurPomp
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** The secret weapon the Renho plan to use against Earth are mechs called "Gunsams" that have their heads [[{{Pixellation}} pixellated]] due to how much of a resemblance they bear to what they're parodying. [[NoFourthWall Shinpachi remarks about how heinous is that they managed to get away with such a blatant rip-off without being sued.]]

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** The secret weapon the Renho plan to use against Earth are mechs called "Gunsams" that have their heads [[{{Pixellation}} pixellated]] due to how much of a resemblance they bear to what they're parodying. [[NoFourthWall Shinpachi remarks about how heinous is that they managed to get away with such a blatant rip-off without being sued.]]]] The end notes on the episode that usually contain some RealitySubtext, or just plain text, mmentions how lucky they are that it's Creator/{{Sunrise}} making the show.
7th Nov '17 10:42:50 AM SurPomp
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** Later chapters introduce incompetent NatureHero Parzan (a play on Franchise/{{Tarzan}} and the Japanese word ''paa'', which can colloquially mean "stupid") and ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' knock-off Kintaman (whose name is a play on ''kintama'', "golden balls", or "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Tes]][[DontExplainTheJoke ticles]].).

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** Later chapters introduce incompetent NatureHero Parzan (a play on Franchise/{{Tarzan}} and the Japanese word ''paa'', which can colloquially mean "stupid") and ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' knock-off Kintaman (whose name is a play on ''kintama'', "golden balls", or "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Tes]][[DontExplainTheJoke tes]][[DontExplainTheJoke ticles]].).
7th Nov '17 10:41:52 AM SurPomp
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** Later chapters introduce incompetent NatureHero Parzan (a play on Franchise/{{Tarzan}} and the Japanese word ''paa'', which can colloquially mean "stupid") and ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' knock-off Kintaman (whose name is a play on ''kintama'', or "golden balls").

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** Later chapters introduce incompetent NatureHero Parzan (a play on Franchise/{{Tarzan}} and the Japanese word ''paa'', which can colloquially mean "stupid") and ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' knock-off Kintaman (whose name is a play on ''kintama'', or "golden balls").balls", or "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Tes]][[DontExplainTheJoke ticles]].).
22nd Oct '17 8:50:37 PM JoeMerl
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