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** None of them can hold a candle to [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/berserk-volume-01.html?ch=Volume+34&page=167 some of the stuff]] created/revealed when [[spoiler:the worlds start to merge with one-another.]]
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** None of them can hold a candle to [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/berserk-volume-01.html?ch=Volume+34&page=167 some of the stuff]] created/revealed when [[spoiler:the worlds start to merge with one-another.]]one-another]].

* Many of the creatures and plants in ''Manga/{{Toriko}}''. Especially the ones based on normal foods. ** A crossover with ''Manga/OnePiece'' briefly features the immeasurably strong [[http://toriko.wikia.com/wiki/Pig_Inside_A_Fox_Inside_A_Tiger Pig Inside A Fox Inside A Tiger]], to give one example.
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* Many of the creatures and plants in ''Manga/{{Toriko}}''. Especially the ones based on normal foods. ** foods. A crossover with ''Manga/OnePiece'' briefly features the immeasurably strong [[http://toriko.wikia.com/wiki/Pig_Inside_A_Fox_Inside_A_Tiger Pig Inside A Fox Inside A Tiger]], to give one example.

* ''ComicBook/MonsterAllergy'' features many types of monsters, most have the ability to become invisible to humans. There are harmless monsters like Bombo, and his species called Bombos. And there are dangerous monsters like Gorkas who can shapeshift into humans and mind control people, or the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast All-Eating Bonz]], who look like purple Bombos with [[GoodHairEvilHair Fu Manchu-like mustache]] that, if provoked or you say their full name in their presence, go berserk and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin start eating everything they can catch]]. And then we have [[spoiler:the Tamers, who have multiple powers including the signature abilities to force monsters to obey orders and lock them into boxes, who look like Humans]].
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* ''ComicBook/MonsterAllergy'' features many types of monsters, most have having the ability to become invisible to humans. There are harmless monsters like Bombo, and his species called Bombos. And there are dangerous monsters like Gorkas who can shapeshift into humans and mind control people, or the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast All-Eating Bonz]], who look like purple Bombos with [[GoodHairEvilHair Fu Manchu-like mustache]] that, if provoked or you say their full name in their presence, go berserk and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin start eating everything they can catch]]. And then we have [[spoiler:the Tamers, who have multiple powers including the signature abilities to force monsters to obey orders and lock them into boxes, who look like Humans]].

** The popular consciousness' conception of ''{{Mothra}}'' fits. As BigCreepyCrawlies go, butterflies are pretty tame. Then you find out that she's a god or other supernatural being related to protective goodness, things make a whole lot more sense--or get even more confusing. Either / or? Not weird. Together: Weird. The fact that she's the only monster to have a consistent string of victories against ''Godzilla'' says [[KillerRabbit volumes for her prowess]]. A lot of Japanese monsters tend to fit into the "weird" category.
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** The popular consciousness' conception of ''{{Mothra}}'' ''Film/{{Mothra}}'' fits. As BigCreepyCrawlies go, butterflies are pretty tame. Then you find out that she's a god or other supernatural being related to protective goodness, things make a whole lot more sense--or get even more confusing. Either / or? Not weird. Together: Weird. The fact that she's the only monster to have a consistent string of victories against ''Godzilla'' says [[KillerRabbit volumes for her prowess]]. A lot of Japanese monsters tend to fit into the "weird" category.

** The Dorats of ''Film/GodzillaVsKingGhidorah''. Cute foot-tall lizard-bat-cat things that are basically genetically engineered...things...created to be the "perfect pet". That is, [[spoiler:Until they are exposed to radiation from the SAME atomic bomb that creates Godzilla]] and become [[spoiler:King Ghidorah]]. It's a case of ''three'' weird-looking small monsters [[spoiler:merging into one HUGE weird monster]].
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** The Dorats of ''Film/GodzillaVsKingGhidorah''. Cute foot-tall lizard-bat-cat things that are basically genetically engineered...things...created to be the "perfect pet". That is, [[spoiler:Until [[spoiler:until they are exposed to radiation from the SAME atomic bomb that creates Godzilla]] and become [[spoiler:King Ghidorah]]. It's a case of ''three'' weird-looking small monsters [[spoiler:merging into one HUGE weird monster]].

** While neither of these monsters have appeared onscreen with Godzilla, Maguma and Bagan have found their way into the fans conciousness. The final product in ''VideoGame/SuperGodzilla'' was considerably different, but the original concept of Bagan was a dinosaur, a bird-monster, and a fish-monster that would then [[AllYourPowersCombined combine]] together in a final form. Maguma was a giant walrus.
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** While neither of these monsters have appeared onscreen with Godzilla, Maguma and Bagan have found their way into the fans conciousness.fans' consciousness. The final product in ''VideoGame/SuperGodzilla'' was considerably different, but the original concept of Bagan was a dinosaur, a bird-monster, and a fish-monster that would then [[AllYourPowersCombined combine]] together in a final form. Maguma was a giant walrus.

** Better yet are the monsters from the Filipino "Blood Island" series, plant/human hybrid that take forms varying from a recognizably human "chlorophyll man" to a giant man-faced running tree who dismembers women out of frustration because...well, he's a tree now, so he can't do what he really wants to do with them. *** Maybe he needs to watch ''Franchise/EvilDead'' for a primer. * It's a surprise we've gone this far and have yet to mention [[Franchise/{{Gamera}} a certain flying turtle.]]
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** Better yet are the monsters from the Filipino "Blood Island" series, plant/human hybrid that take forms varying from a recognizably human "chlorophyll man" to a giant man-faced running tree who dismembers women out of frustration because...well, he's a tree now, so he can't do what he really wants to do with them. *** them. Maybe he needs to watch ''Franchise/EvilDead'' for a primer. * It's a surprise we've gone this far and have yet to mention There is [[Franchise/{{Gamera}} a certain flying turtle.]]turtle]] who qualifies.

* The Silicates from ''Film/IslandOfTerror'' are some of the most bizarre monsters of all. Small, starfish-like creatures with mouth on the end of along tube. They are covered in a thick calcium based shell which makes them well armored. They feed on calcium by injecting a dissolving fluid into a victim and sucking up the liquid goo leaving behind the flesh and organs untouched. Even better? They divide every 6 hours.
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* The Silicates from ''Film/IslandOfTerror'' are some of the most bizarre monsters of all. Small, starfish-like creatures with mouth on the end of along a long tube. They are covered in a thick calcium based shell which makes them well armored. They feed on calcium by injecting a dissolving fluid into a victim and sucking up the liquid goo leaving behind the flesh and organs untouched. Even better? They divide every 6 hours.

* ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd'': Some of the creatures envisioned in this story are truly bizarre - such as the "Wig Monster" that looks like a dog-sized scorpion, with 7 chubby babies' arms for legs, a parrot's beak for a mouth, an empty space where a waist should be (presumably this part of its anatomy is just invisible for some reason), and on its head is a toupee very obviously held on with a rubber band. Its body is randomly covered in different kinds of eyes, including roughly mammalian eyes as well as big compound eyes like you might find on an insect. Its scorpion tail injects a PsychoSerum that breaks down a human's natural WeirdnessCensor, letting them see the supernatural, which usually ends with the human dying or going insane. It can also instantly teleport across the room and even through walls. And this thing is almost played for laughs; the ones that aren't truly bizarre, are bizarre and unbelievably horrific. The sequel ''ThisBookIsFullOfSpiders'' manages to take things even further with its titular spiders, a breed of PuppeteerParasite that mutates its victims in unpredictable ways but generally starts by crawling into a person's mouth and then ''becoming'' their mouth.
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* ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd'': Some of the creatures envisioned in this story are truly bizarre - such as the "Wig Monster" that looks like a dog-sized scorpion, with 7 chubby babies' arms for legs, a parrot's beak for a mouth, an empty space where a waist should be (presumably this part of its anatomy is just invisible for some reason), and on its head is a toupee very obviously held on with a rubber band. Its body is randomly covered in different kinds of eyes, including roughly mammalian eyes as well as big compound eyes like you might find on an insect. Its scorpion tail injects a PsychoSerum that breaks down a human's natural WeirdnessCensor, letting them see the supernatural, which usually ends with the human dying or going insane. It can also instantly teleport across the room and even through walls. And this thing is almost played for laughs; the ones that aren't truly bizarre, are bizarre and unbelievably horrific. The sequel ''ThisBookIsFullOfSpiders'' ''Literature/{{This Book is Full of Spiders|SeriouslyDudeDontTouchIt}}'' manages to take things even further with its titular spiders, a breed of PuppeteerParasite that mutates its victims in unpredictable ways but generally starts by crawling into a person's mouth and then ''becoming'' their mouth.

** ''Literature/LoomingShadow'' has a creature whose fur is premanently shaped into a question mark and a giant pelican that hosts a smaller monser in its beak.
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** ''Literature/LoomingShadow'' has a creature whose fur is premanently permanently shaped into a question mark and a giant pelican that hosts a smaller monser monster in its beak.

** In the original live action ''Jonny Sokko'' series they had some ''bizarre'' monsters, like a giant flying hairy eyeball -- that grew legs, no less -- and a giant robot hand. ''Just'' a hand. [[IncrediblyLamePun Maybe they wanted to give the good guys the finger.]]
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** In the original live action ''Jonny Sokko'' series they had some ''bizarre'' monsters, like a giant flying hairy eyeball -- that grew legs, no less -- and a giant robot hand. ''Just'' a hand. [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} Maybe they wanted to give the good guys the finger.]]

* "Series/ZoneFighter" Had these in most, if not all of the episodes. For example, in Episode 4, the monster was Wargilgar, a huge, long necked alien [[{{Insectoid Alien}}alien insect creature]] that has comb-like wings, pincers, breaths fire, and has a double-barrel cannon in its mouth.
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* "Series/ZoneFighter" Had ''Series/ZoneFighter'' had these in most, if not all of the episodes. For example, in Episode 4, the monster was Wargilgar, a huge, long necked alien [[{{Insectoid Alien}}alien insect creature]] that has comb-like wings, pincers, breaths breathes fire, and has a double-barrel cannon in its mouth.

** Al-mir'aj, a harmless-looking gold bunny with a unicorn horn... that [[KillerRabbit kills and eats cattle.]] [[IAmAHumanitarian And cowherds.]] *** And suddenly [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Anya's]] fear of bunnies makes perfect sense.
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** Al-mir'aj, a harmless-looking gold bunny with a unicorn horn... that [[KillerRabbit kills and eats cattle.]] [[IAmAHumanitarian And cowherds.]] *** ]] And suddenly [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Anya's]] fear of bunnies makes perfect sense.

* TheJerseyDevil. It's a type of kangaroo... bat... horse... cow... human... demon... thing... it's kind of hard to describe, as you can see. ** The Jersey Devil's cousin South of the Border: The {{Chupacabra}}. Nobody can quite agree as to what ol' Chupy looks like. Some sort of lizard-monkey with dorsal spines and red glowing eyes? Something that looks like a coyote crossed with a naked mole rat? A demon with bat wings and vampire teeth? Just about the only detail anyone can agree on is that it sucks the blood out of farm animals. * The Philippines features quite the RoguesGallery of strange and [[AlwaysChaoticEvil almost always homicidal]] mythological beasties. The most famous is probably [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manananggal the Manananggal]], a vampiric creature that EatsBabies and can fly by separating its torso from its legs. Additionally, there's [[EnfanteTerrible the Tiyanak]] (a vampiric baby that died before it could be baptized), [[GuardianEntity the Kapre]] (a Sasquatch-like figure that guards people but also likes to play tricks on them), [[FriendToAllChildren the Alans]] (mischievous bird-humanoids that like to take care of lost or abandoned children and have backward facing hands and feet), [[GentleGiant the Bungisngis]] (cheerful but dimwitted cyclops-like giants) and [[VoluntaryShapeshifter the Aswang]] (a frightening, shapeshifting predator).
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* TheJerseyDevil. It's a type of kangaroo... bat... horse... cow... human... demon... thing... it's kind of hard to describe, as you can see. ** The see. Also the Jersey Devil's cousin South of the Border: The {{Chupacabra}}. Nobody can quite agree as to what ol' Chupy looks like. Some sort of lizard-monkey with dorsal spines and red glowing eyes? Something that looks like a coyote crossed with a naked mole rat? A demon with bat wings and vampire teeth? Just about the only detail anyone can agree on is that it sucks the blood out of farm animals. * The Philippines features quite the RoguesGallery of strange and [[AlwaysChaoticEvil almost always homicidal]] mythological beasties. The most famous is probably [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manananggal the Manananggal]], a vampiric creature that EatsBabies and can fly by separating its torso from its legs. Additionally, there's [[EnfanteTerrible [[EnfantTerrible the Tiyanak]] (a vampiric baby that died before it could be baptized), [[GuardianEntity the Kapre]] (a Sasquatch-like figure that guards people but also likes to play tricks on them), [[FriendToAllChildren the Alans]] (mischievous bird-humanoids that like to take care of lost or abandoned children and have backward facing hands and feet), [[GentleGiant the Bungisngis]] (cheerful but dimwitted cyclops-like giants) and [[VoluntaryShapeshifter [[VoluntaryShapeshifting the Aswang]] (a frightening, shapeshifting predator).

* ArtixEntertainment games have some weird critters: Frogzards, Octo-bears, walking torches. * ''Videogame/TheGuardianLegend'' for NES has some pretty strange enemies, especially for a sci-fi shooter-hybrid. Giant lobsters, eyeballs that shoot sea-weed walls, color changing spiders that multiply exponentially if you don't kill them quick enough, and don't forget the three-eyed final boss! ** Or the [[ExtraEyes multi-eyed]] [[ThatOneBoss boss]] who shoots his eyes out at you.
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* ArtixEntertainment Creator/ArtixEntertainment games have some weird critters: Frogzards, Octo-bears, walking torches. * ''Videogame/TheGuardianLegend'' for NES has some pretty strange enemies, especially for a sci-fi shooter-hybrid. Giant lobsters, eyeballs that shoot sea-weed walls, color changing spiders that multiply exponentially if you don't kill them quick enough, and don't forget the three-eyed final boss! ** Or boss! Also the [[ExtraEyes multi-eyed]] [[ThatOneBoss boss]] who shoots his eyes out at you.

** Deoxys. It has tentacles and it shapeshifts. And is a space virus mutated by cosmic rays. And its three original formes (Defense, Normal, Attack) anagram to DNA.
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** Deoxys. It has tentacles and it shapeshifts. And is a space virus mutated by cosmic rays. And its three original formes forms (Defense, Normal, Attack) anagram to DNA.

** And with the new Generation V Pokémon, it just gets even weirder. Like the ice cream cone Pokémon[[note]]Vanillite family[[/note]], the coffin Pokémon,[[note]]Cofagrigus[[/note]] the embryo Pokémon,[[note]]Solosis family[[/note]], a giant floating snowflake, [[note]]Cryogonal[[/note]] a pink tapir with a plume of pink smoke coming from its head, [[note]]Musharna[[/note]] and mushrooms that look like a Pokéball for no reason.[[note]]Foongus and Amoonguss[[/note]] Also, have fun guessing whatever Sigilyph is supposed to be.[[note]]It's the Nazca Lines Hummingbird.[[/note]] To complement the toxic waste [[note]]the Muk family[[/note]] and stomach Pokémon, there's now a ''trash bag Pokémon''.[[note]]Trubbish[[/note]]
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** And with the new Generation V Pokémon, it just gets even weirder. Like the ice cream cone Pokémon[[note]]Vanillite family[[/note]], the coffin Pokémon,[[note]]Cofagrigus[[/note]] the embryo Pokémon,[[note]]Solosis family[[/note]], a giant floating snowflake, [[note]]Cryogonal[[/note]] a pink tapir with a plume of pink smoke coming from its head, [[note]]Musharna[[/note]] and mushrooms that look like a Pokéball for no reason.[[note]]Foongus and Amoonguss[[/note]] Also, have fun guessing whatever Sigilyph is supposed to be.[[note]]It's the Nazca Lines Hummingbird.[[/note]] To complement the toxic waste [[note]]the Muk family[[/note]] and stomach Pokémon, there's now a ''trash bag Pokémon''.[[note]]Trubbish[[/note]]

* ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' has a few of these, although the King Bubble thing from ''VideoGame/WarioLand 2'' (which is a giant, evil water bubble) and Cuckoo Condor somewhat come to mind here. ** And ''VideoGame/WarioWorld'' has some really, ''really'' weird bosses. There's the clown that tosses his detachable heads at you, and whose real face is on his stomach, a giant-headed ice spirit-child thing that breathes ice, a giant chess piece, the giant green dinosaur that wears a bikini, lipstick and jewelry, as well as having long, blond, wavy hair and so on. * ''Videogame/EarthBound'' has a ton of enemies that don't make sense. They have a blob of vomit, a man made of balls, a ball MadeOfExplodium that keeps smiling, and Giygas, a red, swirly, skull-fetus... [[BuffySpeak thingy...]] and his alien minions. ** ''[[VideoGame/TheHalloweenHack The Halloween Hack]]'' somehow manages to have even ''weirder'' enemies, once you reach the point where Varik enters Dr. Andonuts's mind. [[EldritchAbomination Dogs with melted tentacle faces, a malformed robot Mr. Saturn with giant bleeding eyeball tumor sticking out of it, eldritch vampires, et cetera...]]
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* ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' has a few of these, although the King Bubble thing from ''VideoGame/WarioLand 2'' ''VideoGame/WarioLandII'' (which is a giant, evil water bubble) and Cuckoo Condor somewhat come to mind here. ** here. And ''VideoGame/WarioWorld'' has some really, ''really'' weird bosses. There's the clown that tosses his detachable heads at you, and whose real face is on his stomach, a giant-headed ice spirit-child thing that breathes ice, a giant chess piece, the giant green dinosaur that wears a bikini, lipstick and jewelry, as well as having long, blond, wavy hair and so on. * ''Videogame/EarthBound'' has a ton of enemies that don't make sense. They have a blob of vomit, a man made of balls, a ball MadeOfExplodium that keeps smiling, and Giygas, a red, swirly, skull-fetus... [[BuffySpeak thingy...]] and his alien minions. ** minions. ''[[VideoGame/TheHalloweenHack The Halloween Hack]]'' somehow manages to have even ''weirder'' enemies, once you reach the point where Varik enters Dr. Andonuts's mind. [[EldritchAbomination Dogs with melted tentacle faces, a malformed robot Mr. Saturn with giant bleeding eyeball tumor sticking out of it, eldritch vampires, et cetera...]]

* The good ol' ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life}}'' series ''still'' has some of the weirdest aliens in gaming history. Let's take a tally of the monstrosities encountered by Gordon Freeman: ** ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life 1}}'' features alien xenofauna being teleported to Earth from "[[AnotherDimension the Border World of Xen]]", which in itself has a food chain:
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* The good ol' ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life}}'' ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' series ''still'' has some of the weirdest aliens in gaming history. Let's take a tally of the monstrosities encountered by Gordon Freeman: ** ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life 1}}'' ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' features alien xenofauna being teleported to Earth from "[[AnotherDimension the Border World of Xen]]", which in itself has a food chain:

* ''Franchise/SilentHill'' monster Pyramid Head. Even if he isn't as weird as others, I'm sure {{Freud|WasRight}} would like to have a word with him...
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* ''Franchise/SilentHill'' monster Pyramid Head. Even if he isn't as weird as others, I'm sure {{Freud|WasRight}} would probably like to have a word with him...

** The ''Prime'' series, aside from the aformentioned Ing, has giant lava clams, a mutated praying mantis plant, tusked rock toads, a bisected shark-like creature that is held together by electricity, trilateral armored squids whose solution to everything is ramming into it, flying plants that turn invisible and shoot sonic waves, teleporting dogs, and [[spoiler:pretty much everything on [[EldritchLocation Phaaze]].]] ** ''[[VideoGame/MetroidOtherM Other M]]'' is the most notable. It's got giant purple chameleons with huge tails, oversized humanoid armadillos, six-legged tree dinosaurs that can flip over and walk upside-down, explosive worms that wear horseshoe crab-shaped PoweredArmor, a bipedal frog-whale with antlers, a giant lava monster with flailing limbs and devil horns, huge dinosaur-like creatures whose posterior is a giant mouth, giant growths on the ceiling with one huge eye and a centipede-like extremity, a gravity-controlling box-shaped thing that wears a mask, what appears to be a fusion of an ''Anomalocaris'' and a lemur that is capable of flight and firing rockets, and [[spoiler:cyborg humanoid beetles that act as door locks.]]
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** The ''Prime'' series, aside from the aformentioned Ing, has giant lava clams, a mutated praying mantis plant, tusked rock toads, a bisected shark-like creature that is held together by electricity, trilateral armored squids whose solution to everything is ramming into it, flying plants that turn invisible and shoot sonic waves, teleporting dogs, and [[spoiler:pretty much everything on [[EldritchLocation Phaaze]].]] Phaaze]]]]. ** ''[[VideoGame/MetroidOtherM Other M]]'' is the most notable. It's got giant purple chameleons with huge tails, oversized humanoid armadillos, six-legged tree dinosaurs that can flip over and walk upside-down, explosive worms that wear horseshoe crab-shaped PoweredArmor, a bipedal frog-whale with antlers, a giant lava monster with flailing limbs and devil horns, huge dinosaur-like creatures whose posterior is a giant mouth, giant growths on the ceiling with one huge eye and a centipede-like extremity, a gravity-controlling box-shaped thing that wears a mask, what appears to be a fusion of an ''Anomalocaris'' and a lemur that is capable of flight and firing rockets, and [[spoiler:cyborg humanoid beetles that act as door locks.]]locks]].

** Mount Pajamaja. It's... a sentinent, killer '''volcano'''. As in, a volcano with hands, feet and a face that decides it wants to run Mario over in return for Mario waking it up. It also manages to jump off another mountain in pursuit of Mario and co.
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** Mount Pajamaja. It's... a sentinent, sentient, killer '''volcano'''. As in, a volcano with hands, feet and a face that decides it wants to run Mario over in return for Mario waking it up. It also manages to jump off another mountain in pursuit of Mario and co.

* All of the monsters in ''TheVoid'' probably qualify.
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* All of the monsters in ''TheVoid'' ''[[VideoGame/{{Turgor}} The Void]]'' probably qualify.

** Although it's an ally rather than an enemy, you can construct a literal NinjaPirateZombieRobot (the TropeNamer) to fight alongside you. It can damage or delevel or steal money from your opponent, or it can restore your HP and MP in battle. It even has a special attack where it can pelvic thrust at an enemy, hitting them in the head with a piece of toast launched from the toaster used in its construction. The enemy is generally too shocked to attack that round. Yes, you can eat the toast afterward.
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** Although it's an ally rather than an enemy, you can construct a literal NinjaPirateZombieRobot (the TropeNamer) {{Trope Namer|s}}) to fight alongside you. It can damage or delevel or steal money from your opponent, or it can restore your HP and MP in battle. It even has a special attack where it can pelvic thrust at an enemy, hitting them in the head with a piece of toast launched from the toaster used in its construction. The enemy is generally too shocked to attack that round. Yes, you can eat the toast afterward.

* The "fel-dogs" (black dog-lizard things with tentacles, which zap you with necromantic energy if you hit them) and the "fey-dragons" (tiny creatures that look like a cross between a dragon and a fairy, which are [[IntangibleMan incorporeal]], attack your mind with psychic zaps, and can possess sleeping people) of ''WebVideo/TalesFromMyDDCampaign''.
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* The "fel-dogs" (black dog-lizard things with tentacles, which zap you with necromantic energy if you hit them) and the "fey-dragons" (tiny creatures that look like a cross between a dragon and a fairy, which are [[IntangibleMan incorporeal]], {{in|tangibility}}corporeal, attack your mind with psychic zaps, and can possess sleeping people) of ''WebVideo/TalesFromMyDDCampaign''.

* The old WesternAnimation/BugsBunny cartoon with [[http://looneytunes.wikia.com/wiki/Gossamer Gossamer]], the monster that looks like a giant furry tooth. ** That wore tennis shoes!
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* The old WesternAnimation/BugsBunny cartoon with [[http://looneytunes.wikia.com/wiki/Gossamer Gossamer]], the monster that looks like a giant furry tooth. ** tooth. That wore tennis shoes!

** The ExpandedUniverse is introducing even more bizarre beings and it seems that their creatures are getting weirder and weirder as new seasons show up.However,it is up to the fans to believe or not if the expanded material is canon.
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** The ExpandedUniverse is introducing even more bizarre beings and it seems that their creatures are getting weirder and weirder as new seasons show up.However,it However, it is up to the fans to believe or not if the expanded material is canon.

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30th Jan '16 1:20:39 PM Pilomotor
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** Although it's an ally rather than an enemy, you can construct a literal NinjaPirateZombieRobot to fight alongside you. It can attack or weaken or steal money from your opponent, or it can restore your HP and MP in battle. It even has a special attack where it can pelvic thrust at an enemy, hitting them in the head with a piece of toast launched from the toaster used in their construction. The enemy is generally too shocked to attack that round. Yes, you can eat the toast afterward.
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** Although it's an ally rather than an enemy, you can construct a literal NinjaPirateZombieRobot (the TropeNamer) to fight alongside you. It can attack damage or weaken delevel or steal money from your opponent, or it can restore your HP and MP in battle. It even has a special attack where it can pelvic thrust at an enemy, hitting them in the head with a piece of toast launched from the toaster used in their its construction. The enemy is generally too shocked to attack that round. Yes, you can eat the toast afterward.

* The "fel-dogs" (black dog-lizard things with tentacles, which zap you with necromantic energy if you hit them) and the "fey-dragons" (tiny creatures that look like a cross between a dragon and a fairy, which are [[IntangibleMan incorporeal]], attack your mind with psychic zaps, and can posess sleeping people) of ''WebVideo/TalesFromMyDDCampaign''.
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* The "fel-dogs" (black dog-lizard things with tentacles, which zap you with necromantic energy if you hit them) and the "fey-dragons" (tiny creatures that look like a cross between a dragon and a fairy, which are [[IntangibleMan incorporeal]], attack your mind with psychic zaps, and can posess possess sleeping people) of ''WebVideo/TalesFromMyDDCampaign''.
26th Jan '16 12:00:07 AM Wuz
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* The wanderer's library's parent series, the ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', has just as many weird creatures and monsters. [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-745 bipedal predators that predates on highway drivers by mimicking car headlights at night]], and [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1293 creatures that look like costumed humans and feed on emotions]], for example.
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* The wanderer's library's Wanderer's Library's parent series, the ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', has just as many weird creatures and monsters. [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-745 bipedal predators that predates on highway drivers by mimicking car headlights at night]], and [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1293 creatures that look like costumed humans and feed on emotions]], for example.
25th Jan '16 11:56:52 PM Wuz
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* The wanderer's library's parent series, the ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', has just as many weird creatures and monsters. [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-745 bipedal predators that predates on highway drivers by mimicking car headlights at night]], and [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1293 creatures that look like costumed humans and give "birth" from children's imagination]], for example.
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* The wanderer's library's parent series, the ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', has just as many weird creatures and monsters. [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-745 bipedal predators that predates on highway drivers by mimicking car headlights at night]], and [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1293 creatures that look like costumed humans and give "birth" from children's imagination]], feed on emotions]], for example.
25th Jan '16 11:54:06 PM Wuz
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* The Elrich setting from TheWanderersLibrary, and the Library as a whole, thrives on this. Goats that sweat butter and psychic cabbages that serve as royalty are just two examples.
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* The Elrich setting from TheWanderersLibrary, ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'', and the Library as a whole, thrives on this. Goats that sweat butter and psychic cabbages that serve as royalty are just two examples.examples. * The wanderer's library's parent series, the ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', has just as many weird creatures and monsters. [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-745 bipedal predators that predates on highway drivers by mimicking car headlights at night]], and [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1293 creatures that look like costumed humans and give "birth" from children's imagination]], for example.
24th Jan '16 7:19:38 AM Pilomotor
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** A vined trap-plant with a flower shaped like a stack of steaks in the middle. ** A golem made from turkey stuffing and alcohol.
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** A vined trap-plant with carnivorous plant that uses a flower shaped like a stack pile of steaks in the middle. to lure victims close enough that it can strangle them with tendrils. ** A golem Various golems made from white chocolate, fruit, pencils, topiary, nachos, alcohol-soaked turkey stuffing stuffing, and alcohol.even an entire collapsed mineshaft (complete with a zombie canary).

** The reanimated corpse of a can of asparagus.
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** The reanimated corpse of a A can of asparagus.asparagus brandishing a knife.

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** Although it's an ally rather than an enemy, you can construct a literal NinjaPirateZombieRobot to fight alongside you. It can attack or weaken or steal money from your opponent, or it can restore your HP and MP in battle. It even has a special attack where it can pelvic thrust at an enemy, hitting them in the head with a piece of toast launched from the toaster used in their construction. The reanimated corpse of a enemy is generally too shocked to attack that round. Yes, you can of asparagus.eat the toast afterward.
23rd Jan '16 9:38:20 PM Pilomotor
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* ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd'': Some of the creatures envisioned in this story are truly bizarre - such as the "Wig Monster" that looks like a dog-sized scorpion, with 7 chubby babies' arms for legs, a parrot's beak for a mouth, an empty space where a waist should be (presumably this part of its anatomy is just invisible for some reasopn), and on its head is a toupee very obviously held on with a rubber band. Its body is randomly covered in different kinds of eyes, including roughly mammalian eyes as well as big compound eyes like you might find on an insect. Its scorpion tail injects a PsychoSerum that breaks down a human's natural WeirdnessCensor, letting them see the supernatural, which usually ends with the human dying or going insane. It can also instantly teleport across the room and even through walls. And this thing is almost played for laughs; the ones that aren't truly bizarre, are bizarre and unbelievably horrific....
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* ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd'': Some of the creatures envisioned in this story are truly bizarre - such as the "Wig Monster" that looks like a dog-sized scorpion, with 7 chubby babies' arms for legs, a parrot's beak for a mouth, an empty space where a waist should be (presumably this part of its anatomy is just invisible for some reasopn), reason), and on its head is a toupee very obviously held on with a rubber band. Its body is randomly covered in different kinds of eyes, including roughly mammalian eyes as well as big compound eyes like you might find on an insect. Its scorpion tail injects a PsychoSerum that breaks down a human's natural WeirdnessCensor, letting them see the supernatural, which usually ends with the human dying or going insane. It can also instantly teleport across the room and even through walls. And this thing is almost played for laughs; the ones that aren't truly bizarre, are bizarre and unbelievably horrific.... horrific. The sequel ''ThisBookIsFullOfSpiders'' manages to take things even further with its titular spiders, a breed of PuppeteerParasite that mutates its victims in unpredictable ways but generally starts by crawling into a person's mouth and then ''becoming'' their mouth.
23rd Jan '16 9:27:14 PM Pilomotor
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* ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd'': Some of the creatures envisioned in this story are truly bizarre - such as the "Wig Monster" that looks like a dog-sized scorpion, with 7 chubby babies' arms for legs, a parrot's beak for a mouth, an empty space where a waist should be, and a toupee very obviously held on with a rubber band. And this thing is almost played for laughs; the ones that aren't truly bizarre, are bizarre and unbelievably horrific....
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* ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd'': Some of the creatures envisioned in this story are truly bizarre - such as the "Wig Monster" that looks like a dog-sized scorpion, with 7 chubby babies' arms for legs, a parrot's beak for a mouth, an empty space where a waist should be, be (presumably this part of its anatomy is just invisible for some reasopn), and on its head is a toupee very obviously held on with a rubber band.band. Its body is randomly covered in different kinds of eyes, including roughly mammalian eyes as well as big compound eyes like you might find on an insect. Its scorpion tail injects a PsychoSerum that breaks down a human's natural WeirdnessCensor, letting them see the supernatural, which usually ends with the human dying or going insane. It can also instantly teleport across the room and even through walls. And this thing is almost played for laughs; the ones that aren't truly bizarre, are bizarre and unbelievably horrific....
23rd Jan '16 9:56:33 AM EDP
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* Many of the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Dead Apostle Ancestors]] from ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' are this, such as [[FusionDance the guy who fused himself with 666 beasts]], the bird human and the {{Kaiju}} from planet Mercury. But the really weird part is that ''only one is unique in its weirdness'' (yes, even the alien Kaiju has two counterparts): the Forest of Einnashe, whose true form is that of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a forest]] [[WhenTreesAttack with vampiric tendencies]] that [[ItMakesSenseInContext was born when the Dead Apostle Ancestor named Einnashe was killed in the forest but its killer botched the disposal of the body, leading to it corrupting the entire forest]].
23rd Jan '16 9:43:23 AM EDP
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* ''ComicBook/MonsterAllergy'' features many types of monsters, most have the ability to become invisible to humans. There are harmless monsters like Bombo, and his species called Bombos. And there are dangerous monsters like Gorkas who can shapeshift into humans, and mind control people.
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* ''ComicBook/MonsterAllergy'' features many types of monsters, most have the ability to become invisible to humans. There are harmless monsters like Bombo, and his species called Bombos. And there are dangerous monsters like Gorkas who can shapeshift into humans, humans and mind control people. people, or the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast All-Eating Bonz]], who look like purple Bombos with [[GoodHairEvilHair Fu Manchu-like mustache]] that, if provoked or you say their full name in their presence, go berserk and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin start eating everything they can catch]]. And then we have [[spoiler:the Tamers, who have multiple powers including the signature abilities to force monsters to obey orders and lock them into boxes, who look like Humans]].
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