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19th Aug '16 2:10:40 PM Valen
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* Anything involving Artix Entertainment invokes this ''heavily.'' Games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'', ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', and ''VideoGame/MechQuest'' constantly feature characters acknowledging they're in a video game, frequent [[LampshadeHanging deconstructions of tropes]], and even characters having conversations with the game's programmers.

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* Anything involving Artix Entertainment invokes this ''heavily.'' Games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'', ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', and ''VideoGame/MechQuest'' constantly feature characters acknowledging they're in a video game, frequent [[LampshadeHanging deconstructions of in-game plot points and tropes]], and even characters having conversations with the game's programmers.
19th Aug '16 2:08:07 PM Valen
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* Anything involving Artix Entertainment invokes this ''heavily.'' Games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'', ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', and ''VideoGame/MechQuest'' constantly feature characters acknowledging they're in a video game, frequent [[LampshadeHanging]], and even characters having conversations with the game's programmers.

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* Anything involving Artix Entertainment invokes this ''heavily.'' Games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'', ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', and ''VideoGame/MechQuest'' constantly feature characters acknowledging they're in a video game, frequent [[LampshadeHanging]], [[LampshadeHanging deconstructions of tropes]], and even characters having conversations with the game's programmers.
19th Aug '16 2:05:13 PM Valen
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* Anything involving ArtiX Entertainment invokes this ''heavily.'' Games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'', ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', and ''VideoGame/MechQuest'' constantly feature NPCs acknowledging they're in a video game, frequent [[LampshadeHanging]], and even characters having conversations with the game's programmers.

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* Anything involving ArtiX Artix Entertainment invokes this ''heavily.'' Games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'', ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', and ''VideoGame/MechQuest'' constantly feature NPCs characters acknowledging they're in a video game, frequent [[LampshadeHanging]], and even characters having conversations with the game's programmers.
19th Aug '16 2:03:42 PM Valen
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* Anything involving ArtiX Entertainment invokes this ''heavily.'' Games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'', ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', and ''VideoGame/MechQuest'' constantly feature NPCs acknowledging they're in a video game, frequent [[LampshadeHanging]], and even characters having conversations with the game's programmers.
9th Aug '16 11:11:16 AM Gairyuki
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* In fact, in most Pooh adaptations that acknowledges the storybook aspect of the franchise, it's a STANDARD, from the narrator frequently interacting with the cast, to in-book elements affecting the actual text of the book (such as the winds of the blustery day blowing off some of the text which blow into Pooh, for starters, and vice versa (turning the page prevents Pooh from flying out of the book)
6th Aug '16 8:42:47 AM xneon
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* ''Film/FightClub'' has its protagonist ("[[NoNameGiven The Narrator]]") turning to the camera to tell us about [[DarkMessiah Tyler]] [[SenseiForScoundrels Durden]], comeplete with Tyler himself pointing out "cigarette burns" in the physical film the movie was supposedly recorded on. Tyler also points out one of the flashback gags, vandalizes the FBI warning at the beginning of the DVD, and splices subliminal images of himself and [[GagPenis frames of porn]] into the movie itself.

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* ''Film/FightClub'' has its protagonist ("[[NoNameGiven The Narrator]]") turning to the camera to tell us about [[DarkMessiah Tyler]] [[SenseiForScoundrels Durden]], comeplete complete with Tyler himself pointing out "cigarette burns" in the physical film the movie was supposedly recorded on. Tyler also points out one of the flashback gags, vandalizes the FBI warning at the beginning of the DVD, and splices subliminal images of himself and [[GagPenis frames of porn]] into the movie itself.
31st Jul '16 12:45:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' of TheDCU became aware of the true nature of reality during Creator/GrantMorrison's revival of the character. This even extended to a peyote trip where Buddy looked out of the page and declared "OH MY GOD! I CAN SEE YOU!" ''to the reader.'' Unlike most who share this knowledge, Buddy has a hard time dealing with it and is prone to mental breakdowns as a result.

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* ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' of TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU became aware of the true nature of reality during Creator/GrantMorrison's revival of the character. This even extended to a peyote trip where Buddy looked out of the page and declared "OH MY GOD! I CAN SEE YOU!" ''to the reader.'' Unlike most who share this knowledge, Buddy has a hard time dealing with it and is prone to mental breakdowns as a result.



* Included in the latter half of DCComics' ''Tales of the Unexpected'' mini-series as comic relief ([[CrapsackWorld which it]] [[HumansAreBastards desperately]] [[DarkerAndEdgier needed]]) were the adventures of [[ButtMonkey the DCU's resident Doubting Thomas]], Doctor Thirteen, as he and [[GoldfishPoopGang a team comprised of other canceled, abandoned characters]] to battle DC Comics' head writers for the right to continue existing in the about-to-be rebooted universe. However, the writers are referred to in-character only as "the Architects", leading to a finale similar to Rick Jones' (see above), when the good Doctor finally puts the pieces together and begs the reader not to turn the page, "Our very existence depends on it!" [[spoiler:This, of course, turns out to be the ''last'' page. Turn it, and the comic's over]].

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* Included in the latter half of DCComics' Creator/DCComics' ''Tales of the Unexpected'' mini-series as comic relief ([[CrapsackWorld which it]] [[HumansAreBastards desperately]] [[DarkerAndEdgier needed]]) were the adventures of [[ButtMonkey the DCU's resident Doubting Thomas]], Doctor Thirteen, as he and [[GoldfishPoopGang a team comprised of other canceled, abandoned characters]] to battle DC Comics' head writers for the right to continue existing in the about-to-be rebooted universe. However, the writers are referred to in-character only as "the Architects", leading to a finale similar to Rick Jones' (see above), when the good Doctor finally puts the pieces together and begs the reader not to turn the page, "Our very existence depends on it!" [[spoiler:This, of course, turns out to be the ''last'' page. Turn it, and the comic's over]].
23rd Jul '16 12:31:12 PM StFan
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* ''WebAnimation/TomorrowsNobodies'':
** Used extensively in the old series. The characters regularly mention that they are the ones animating the show and several gags, such as the Baja Fresh gaining a drive through so they donít have to be animated getting out of the car, or the Soda-Popper creating hotdogs because all Chris can draw are hotdogs and fire, reference this fact.
** While largely averted by the new series the end of episode 5 has the creators arguing over the inclusion of a Jew joke followed by most of the cast quitting and David taking over animating the ending.



* ''WebVideo/TomorrowsNobodies'':
** Used extensively in the old series. The characters regularly mention that they are the ones animating the show and several gags, such as the Baja Fresh gaining a drive through so they donít have to be animated getting out of the car, or the Soda-Popper creating hotdogs because all Chris can draw are hotdogs and fire, reference this fact.
** While largely averted by the new series the end of episode 5 has the creators arguing over the inclusion of a Jew joke followed by most of the cast quitting and David taking over animating the ending.
11th Jul '16 7:37:38 PM RAMChYLD
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* The Jim Henson Company's ''WesterenAnimation/WordParty'' also regularly uses this trope to bring FakeInteractivity to the show.

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* The Jim Henson Company's ''WesterenAnimation/WordParty'' also regularly uses this trope to bring FakeInteractivity to trope, the show. characters and narrator addresses the audience directly.
11th Jul '16 7:36:53 PM RAMChYLD
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* The Jim Henson Company's ''WesterenAnimation/WordParty'' also regularly uses this trope to bring FakeInteractivity to the show.
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