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24th May '18 2:56:07 PM Ccook1956
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* [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Mandy]], full stop. She never smiles, much less laugh, but is capable of snark.
17th Apr '18 7:16:29 PM nombretomado
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* An {{egregious}}ly cliché [[StrawmanPolitical blanket accusation]] of detractors of BlackComedy. It will usually be coupled with some ranting about PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad and a bit of ParodyRetcon sprinkled in.

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* An {{egregious}}ly JustForFun/{{egregious}}ly cliché [[StrawmanPolitical blanket accusation]] of detractors of BlackComedy. It will usually be coupled with some ranting about PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad and a bit of ParodyRetcon sprinkled in.
26th Mar '18 6:38:15 PM avon
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''Film/BladeTrinity'': Blade considers Hannibal King a constant annoyance due to King's sense of humor. In the comic books, King is a much more serious character; in fact more serious than Blade is in the comics. King's portrayal as a nonstop joke machine in the movie could be due to casting.

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* ''Film/BladeTrinity'': Blade considers Hannibal King a constant annoyance due to King's sense of humor. In the comic books, King is a much more serious character; in fact more serious than Blade is in the comics. King's portrayal as a nonstop joke machine in the movie could be due to casting.
26th Mar '18 6:36:58 PM avon
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''Film/BladeTrinity'': Blade considers Hannibal King a constant annoyance due to King's sense of humor. In the comic books, King is a much more serious character; in fact more serious than Blade is in the comics. King's portrayal as a nonstop joke machine in the movie could be due to casting.
26th Mar '18 6:28:38 PM avon
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* ComicBook/XMen: Professor X and Magneto are frequently flanderized as no-nonsense extremists. Patrick Stewart's performance is the first attempt to move away from this, although one might simply assume that as he gets older, he will get more serious. Also, Ian Mc Kellen gave Magneto a deadpan, cynical sense of humor which was expanded on by Michael Fassbender.

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* ComicBook/XMen: Professor X and Magneto are frequently flanderized as no-nonsense extremists. Patrick Stewart's James Macavoy's performance is the first attempt to move away from this, although one might simply assume that as he gets older, he will get more serious. Also, Ian Mc Kellen gave Magneto a deadpan, cynical sense of humor which was expanded on by Michael Fassbender.
13th Mar '18 4:17:36 PM vexusdylandasecond
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** [[{{Jerkass}} Aseir]] can NOT take a joke, and Nik wonders if he knows what a joke even is.
12th Mar '18 6:57:04 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': Kai is ''very'' serious, and he doesn't like it when others make a game out of serious situations either.
17th Feb '18 2:18:54 PM nombretomado
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* Major Neuheim of ''PrivateSchulz'' is a PointyHairedBoss, not to mention a Nazi, who is totally lacking in warmth and anything resembling a sense of humor. However, his humorlessness is [[TheComicallySerious itself a source of comedy]].

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* Major Neuheim of ''PrivateSchulz'' ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' is a PointyHairedBoss, not to mention a Nazi, who is totally lacking in warmth and anything resembling a sense of humor. However, his humorlessness is [[TheComicallySerious itself a source of comedy]].
10th Jan '18 12:30:58 PM Monolaf317
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* Chaos from ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty''. Tragic example. While seeking help, she saw a comedy scene where the protagonist says he doesn't want any angeloid. That has... consequences.

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* Chaos from ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty''. Tragic ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty'' is a tragic example. While seeking help, she saw a comedy scene where the protagonist says he doesn't want any angeloid. That has... consequences.
2nd Jan '18 6:52:21 PM nombretomado
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* Idol Hooves in ''FanFic/TheChangelingOfTheGuard''. Having been banished from TheHive by [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen Chrysalis]], he travels Equestria, seeing the outside world for the first time. His first exposure to humor is met with a lot of confusion, but he eventually comes to find the concept fascinating, though he doesn't really understand [[PungeonMaster Wasta's]] jokes.

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* Idol Hooves in ''FanFic/TheChangelingOfTheGuard''. Having been banished from TheHive the hive by [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen Chrysalis]], he travels Equestria, seeing the outside world for the first time. His first exposure to humor is met with a lot of confusion, but he eventually comes to find the concept fascinating, though he doesn't really understand [[PungeonMaster Wasta's]] jokes.
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