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* ''Animation/{{Fantadroms}}'', a Latvian cartoon about a shapeshifting cat robot that goes around his homeworld stopping various disputes between other characters. This trope actually prevented this show from getting an American release - Streamline Pictures had plans to release an American localization of the show, but they scrapped it partially due to them considering it too bizarre for American audiences.
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* ''Anime/DaiMahouTouge'', which is sort of a mix between ''Anime/PuniPuniPoemi'' and ''LightNovel/BludgeoningAngelDokuroChan'', with a protagonist who compensates her lack of hyperness with pure evil.
* In ''LightNovel/DateALive'', there are girls who can cause massive damage to the world just by appearing. And [[PersonOfMassDestruction killing them]] is just about impossible. The solution? ''Date'' them. And the DatingSim-like choices that occasionally pop up as you do so are not decided by ''you'', but by a group ''dedicated for this very purpose?'' An idea that only Japan can come up with.

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* ''Anime/DaiMahouTouge'', which is sort of a mix between ''Anime/PuniPuniPoemi'' and ''LightNovel/BludgeoningAngelDokuroChan'', with a protagonist who compensates for her lack of hyperness with pure evil.
* In ''LightNovel/DateALive'', there are girls who can cause massive damage to the world just by appearing. And [[PersonOfMassDestruction killing them]] is just about impossible. The solution? ''Date'' them. And the DatingSim-like choices that occasionally pop up as you do so are not decided by ''you'', but by a group ''dedicated for to this very purpose?'' purpose.'' An idea that only Japan can come up with.



* ''Manga/{{Joshiraku}}'': cute girls having quirky conversations about inconsequential subjects in the dressing room of a ''rakugo'' theater = ''rakugo'' being a uniquely Japanese form of comic storytelling by a single performer sitting still in the middle of the stage with only a fan and a piece of cloth as props.

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* ''Manga/{{Joshiraku}}'': cute Cute girls having quirky conversations about inconsequential subjects in the dressing room of a ''rakugo'' theater = ''rakugo'' being a uniquely Japanese form of comic storytelling by a single performer sitting still in the middle of the stage with only a fan and a piece of cloth as props.



* ''Anime/PaniPoniDash''. It's about a school full of very weird students. And a ten year old MIT grad teacher. And a cat who says he's God. And a bunny who only exists to be abused. And space aliens who have little to no impact on the plot except to make ''Star Trek'' jokes. And a class rep who defies all logic or sanity. And apparently it's all shot on a soundstage and the cinematographer is very bad at hiding it.

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* ''Anime/PaniPoniDash''. It's about a school full of very weird students. And a ten year old ten-year-old MIT grad teacher. And a cat who says he's God. And a bunny who only exists to be abused. And space aliens who have little to no impact on the plot except to make ''Star Trek'' jokes. And a class rep who defies all logic or sanity. And apparently it's all shot on a soundstage and the cinematographer is very bad at hiding it.



* ''Manga/SgtFrog''. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvks5APtYSs Umm...]] WildMassGuessing? Creator/JhonenVasquez was SeparatedAtBirth from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mine_Yoshizaki Mine Yoshizaki]]. MagicPlasticSurgery was involved. As were {{Human Popsicle}}s. Along with ridiculous amounts of whatever the Japanese put in their candy. Turn of the millennium, they both decided to make weird series about {{Ineffectual Sympathetic|Villain}} {{Alien Inva|sion}}ders. EagleLand, being so lame they're lame, [[ScrewedByTheNetwork killed]] WesternAnimation/InvaderZim after two seasons, despite its fanbase. Japan, which prides itself on being geek Mecca, has made ''seven'' seasons of this madness, along with '''twenty''' volumes of manga - there are entire shelves of Keroro swag, '''''[[RealityIsUnrealistic just like in the opening sequence of the first series!]]'''''

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* ''Manga/SgtFrog''. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvks5APtYSs Umm...]] WildMassGuessing? Creator/JhonenVasquez was SeparatedAtBirth from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mine_Yoshizaki Mine Yoshizaki]]. MagicPlasticSurgery was involved. As were {{Human Popsicle}}s. Along with ridiculous amounts of whatever the Japanese put in their candy. Turn At the turn of the millennium, they both decided to make weird series about {{Ineffectual Sympathetic|Villain}} {{Alien Inva|sion}}ders. EagleLand, being so lame they're lame, [[ScrewedByTheNetwork killed]] WesternAnimation/InvaderZim after two seasons, despite its fanbase. Japan, which prides itself on being geek Mecca, has made ''seven'' seasons of this madness, along with '''twenty''' volumes of manga - there are entire shelves of Keroro swag, '''''[[RealityIsUnrealistic just like in the opening sequence of the first series!]]'''''



* ''Anime/SuperMilkChan''. A five year old girl lives in a house with her robot maid and complains about all the bills she has to avoid paying to her CampGay landlord. She's a superhero but she constantly blows off the President (of Everything), who attracts flies. That's just the ''beginning'' of the insanity of this show.

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* ''Anime/SuperMilkChan''. A five year old five-year-old girl lives in a house with her robot maid and complains about all the bills she has to avoid paying to her CampGay landlord. She's a superhero but she constantly blows off the President (of Everything), who attracts flies. That's just the ''beginning'' of the insanity of in this show.



* ''ComicBook/SavageDragon'' is too violent and sexual to be a typical superhero book but way too fun to be a serious adult comic. Some of the villains this series has seen include a man who fires human waste with enough force to decapitate, a deadly FlyingBrick with a chicken head, and a cute 3-foot tall warlord that takes over entire galaxies (and was friends with the hero's adopted daughter for a time). Then we have strange twists on {{exp|y}}ies of Doctor Doom or [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]. Then we have the other end of the spectrum with characters like Darklord and the Fiend who are very disturbing and deadly.

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* ''ComicBook/SavageDragon'' is too violent and sexual to be a typical superhero book but way too fun to be a serious adult comic. Some of the villains this series has seen include a man who fires human waste with enough force to decapitate, a deadly FlyingBrick with a chicken head, and a cute 3-foot tall 3-foot-tall warlord that takes over entire galaxies (and was friends with the hero's adopted daughter for a time). Then we have strange twists on {{exp|y}}ies of Doctor Doom or [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]. Then we have the other end of the spectrum with characters like Darklord and the Fiend who are very disturbing and deadly.



* ''Comicbook/HermanHedning''[[note]] lit. Herman the Heathen but called Marwin Meathead in English editions. [[/note]], a wierd ReferenceOverdosed swedish comic with the sickest sence of humor you are likley to encounter. One has to wonder what the hell is going on inside Jonas Darnell's head.

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* ''Comicbook/HermanHedning''[[note]] lit. Herman ''Comicbook/HermanHedning''[[note]]lit. "Herman the Heathen Heathen" but called Marwin Meathead in English editions. editions.[[/note]], a wierd weird ReferenceOverdosed swedish Swedish comic with the sickest sence of humor you are likley likely to encounter. One has You have to wonder what the hell is going on inside Jonas Darnell's head.



* The genre of superhero comics is WAT to many people around the world. After all, one can stand a masked vigilante fighting crime, a wizard dealing with demonic incursions, or a mad scientist threatening the world from his faraway lair. Perhaps even a flying man wearing a cape and helping people. But to see all of them at once, teaming up to fight off an alien invasion? Only in America.
* A Dutch cartoon series called Boes (the inspiration for OxTales), about a Dutch farmer and his misadventures around the farm, including a lot of humour involving various farm and exotic animals, with lots of surreal BodyHorror scenarios.
* ''ComicBook/TheBeano'' and its characters therein (Minnie the Minx, Dennis and Gnasher, etc) count as a WBT, having very British humor and not being exported elsewhere to countries not familiar with said humor or the characters.

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* The genre of superhero comics is WAT to many people around the world. After all, one people can stand understand a masked vigilante fighting crime, a wizard dealing with demonic incursions, or a mad scientist threatening the world from his faraway lair. Perhaps even a flying man wearing a cape and helping people. But to see all of them at once, teaming up to fight off an alien invasion? Only in America.
* A Dutch cartoon series called Boes ''Boes'' (the inspiration for OxTales), about a Dutch farmer and his misadventures around the farm, including a lot of humour involving various farm and exotic animals, with lots of surreal BodyHorror scenarios.
* ''ComicBook/TheBeano'' and its characters therein (Minnie the Minx, Dennis and Gnasher, etc) etc.) count as a WBT, having very British humor and not being exported elsewhere to countries not familiar with said humor or the characters.



** ''Film/LastYearAtMarienbad'' is a French film that lacks a traditional plot, backstory, named characters, etc. It's a pretty good representation of some of the more difficult to access aspects of French cinma.

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** ''Film/LastYearAtMarienbad'' is a French film that lacks a traditional plot, backstory, named characters, etc. It's a pretty good representation of some of the more difficult to access difficult-to-access aspects of French cinma.



** ''Film/HolyMotors'', is about a man being driven around Paris in a limousine- every time it stops, he exits in costume as a different character, and the entire style of the movie seems to change along with him. The movie goes out of its way to basically frustrate any and every expectation or definition as to what it's about or how to describe it, as it jumps from bizarre monster movie to serious family drama to violent crime thriller to sudden, inexplicable musical number. It also begins with a different man finding a movie theater hidden behind his bedroom wall, has an insanely awesome accordion-based intermission, and concludes with an extremely melancholy but still WTF-worthy barrage of conceptual non-sequiturs.

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** ''Film/HolyMotors'', is about a man being driven around Paris in a limousine- limousine -- every time it stops, he exits in costume as a different character, and the entire style of the movie seems to change along with him. The movie goes out of its way to basically frustrate any and every expectation or definition as to what it's about or how to describe it, as it jumps from bizarre monster movie to serious family drama to violent crime thriller to sudden, inexplicable musical number. It also begins with a different man finding a movie theater hidden behind his bedroom wall, has an insanely awesome accordion-based intermission, and concludes with an extremely melancholy but still WTF-worthy barrage of conceptual non-sequiturs.



** ''Taxidermia'' is a Whit (Weird Hungarian Thing) possible-generational epic featuring three extremely different but equally gross segments that goes, in full GenreBusting mode, from weird historical sex comedy to puke-filled inspiration sports film parody, finally arriving at ultra-gory horror film territory.

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** ''Taxidermia'' is a Whit (Weird Hungarian Thing) possible-generational possibly-generational epic featuring three extremely different but equally gross segments that goes, go, in full GenreBusting mode, from weird historical sex comedy to puke-filled inspiration sports film parody, finally arriving at ultra-gory horror film territory.



** Season 2: The akibrangers take on a cosplaying sentai villain fanboy, meet alternate version of rangers. including Ryuuranger whose been reduced to a Chinese food mascot named China Red. They also get a second robot that is the size of a remote controlled car. not that its any less effective than their full size car.

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** Season 2: The akibrangers take on a cosplaying sentai villain fanboy, meet alternate version of rangers. including Ryuuranger whose been reduced to a Chinese food mascot named China Red. They also get a second robot that is the size of a remote controlled car. not that its it's any less effective than their full size full-size car.



*** The 4th season and the FinaleSeason, og mysteriet om Karl [=XII=]s gamasjer(And the mystery of Charles XII's gaiters), was made on request from the King of Norway himself. Made as a tribute to it being 100 years since the Dissolution of the union between Norway and Sweden. It's about TimeTravel yet again. This time they have to find Charles XII's gaiters or else Sweden will force Norway into union with them again at the day of the 100 years annivasary. This season makes a SeriesContinuityError, with the brothers living together again, and Brummund having a [[SecretOtherFamily Secret Wife]] who lives in his room, who regulary comes down and steals the other brothers' breakfast, she also is a giant ParentalBonus by [[SmokingIsCool smoking]] a lot, her often being ReadyForLovemaking, and even being implied to be a [[ReallyGetsAround whore]]. And why does even Brummund keep her as a secret, and often locked up in his room? It was even made in 2005! To make this season even weirder does their [[TwoGuysAndAGirl 2 nephews and niece]] come. The brothers doesn't remember the brother who's aparently is the father at all (might be the Narrator's or even Brummund's kids, or not). The three of them are all [[MarySue Mary Sues]] to an extent and do not serve any real purpose to the story, and who their parents are is never told either.

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*** The 4th season and the FinaleSeason, og mysteriet om Karl [=XII=]s gamasjer(And the mystery of Charles XII's gaiters), was made on request from the King of Norway himself. Made as a tribute to it being 100 years since the Dissolution of the union between Norway and Sweden. It's about TimeTravel yet again. This time they have to find Charles XII's gaiters or else Sweden will force Norway into union with them again at the day of the 100 years annivasary.anniversary. This season makes a SeriesContinuityError, with the brothers living together again, and Brummund having a [[SecretOtherFamily Secret Wife]] who lives in his room, who regulary comes down and steals the other brothers' breakfast, she also is a giant ParentalBonus by [[SmokingIsCool smoking]] a lot, her often being ReadyForLovemaking, and even being implied to be a [[ReallyGetsAround whore]]. And why does even Brummund keep her as a secret, and often locked up in his room? It was even made in 2005! To make this season even weirder does their [[TwoGuysAndAGirl 2 nephews and niece]] come. The brothers doesn't remember the brother who's aparently is the father at all (might be the Narrator's or even Brummund's kids, or not). The three of them are all [[MarySue Mary Sues]] to an extent and do not serve any real purpose to the story, and who their parents are is never told either.



* Series/NoelsHouseParty. Specifically, Music/MrBlobby. Originally created as a fake childrens show character used for a CandidCameraPrank type section of the show, that monstrosity spiraled out of control and became a franchise that fits this trope in it's own right.

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* Series/NoelsHouseParty. Specifically, Music/MrBlobby. Originally created as a fake childrens children's show character used for a CandidCameraPrank type CandidCameraPrank-type section of the show, that monstrosity spiraled out of control and became a franchise that fits this trope in it's its own right.



* The ''WebVideo/ItalianSpiderman'' series on Website/YouTube is a STANZA. It is filmed in English, dubbed into Italian and then subtitled back into English. As well as being a parody, its' plot is fairly nonsensical, and it features various wonders such as surf-offs derailed by attacking penguins, and detachable exploding boomerang moustaches.

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* The ''WebVideo/ItalianSpiderman'' series on Website/YouTube is a STANZA. It is filmed in English, dubbed into Italian and then subtitled back into English. As well as being a parody, its' its plot is fairly nonsensical, and it features various wonders such as surf-offs derailed by attacking penguins, and detachable exploding boomerang moustaches.



* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpU8vFatBx4 The Weird History of Finnish Youtube Art]]'' is is a compilation of 10 years of internet weirdness from that part of the planet, between years 2005 and 2015. WARNING: contains YouTubePoop (SinäTuuba Paska).

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpU8vFatBx4 The Weird History of Finnish Youtube Art]]'' is is a compilation of 10 years of internet weirdness from that part of the planet, between the years 2005 and 2015. WARNING: contains YouTubePoop (SinäTuuba Paska).



** ''WesternAnimation/TwelveOunceMouse''. Some describe it as TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: The Cartoon. No surprise given its StylisticSuck mixed with bizarre pseudo-drama.

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** ''WesternAnimation/TwelveOunceMouse''. Some describe it as TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: The Cartoon. No surprise given its that it's StylisticSuck mixed with bizarre pseudo-drama.



* ''WesternAnimation/ChapiChapo'' , a Weird French Thing, consists of the playful adventures of two small... children that manipulate innumerable boxes, and sometimes even physical laws.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ChapiChapo'' , ''WesternAnimation/ChapiChapo'', a Weird French Thing, consists of the playful adventures of two small... children that manipulate innumerable boxes, and sometimes even physical laws.



* Any episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' that begins with its theme song in Japanese is this. Especially the one where it is sung by a one shot, otaku character, according to Creator/AndreaRomano's comments in a DVD EasterEgg.

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* Any episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' that begins with its theme song in Japanese is this. Especially the one where it is sung by a one shot, one-shot, otaku character, according to Creator/AndreaRomano's comments in a DVD EasterEgg.



* Creator/CirqueDuSoleil. This Weird French-Canadian Thing first caught attention in the U.S. because it was so different from the long-established, Ringling Bros.-dominated circus format. No animal acts, one ring, little dialogue, New Age/world music, etc. It actually took a lot of inspiration, and later performers, from established European and Asian circuses, but managed to make its own artistic statements and remain distinctive, to the point that their overall style has spawned its own imitators (By the way, [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff the Japanese love Cirque]], to the point that the non-touring show ''ZED'' was created for Tokyo Disneyland). Their 2003 TV show ''Solstrom'' is a true Widget Series: a mostly silent fantasy series that links acrobatic and novelty acts together via whimsical stories involving mischievous "sun creatures" (characters from the various stage shows) running amuck on Earth.

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* Creator/CirqueDuSoleil. This Weird French-Canadian Thing first caught attention in the U.S. because it was so different from the long-established, Ringling Bros.-dominated circus format. No animal acts, one ring, little dialogue, New Age/world music, etc. It actually took a lot of inspiration, and later performers, from established European and Asian circuses, but managed to make its own artistic statements and remain distinctive, to the point that their overall style has spawned its own imitators imitators. (By the way, [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff the Japanese love Cirque]], to the point that the non-touring show ''ZED'' was created for Tokyo Disneyland). Disneyland.) Their 2003 TV show ''Solstrom'' is a true Widget Series: a mostly silent fantasy series that links acrobatic and novelty acts together via whimsical stories involving mischievous "sun creatures" (characters from the various stage shows) running amuck on Earth.
24th Feb '18 8:17:49 PM nombretomado
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** All the movies starring the Mexican luchador ElSanto also definitely qualify as a Mexican Example Of Weirdness (MEOW).

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** All the movies starring the Mexican luchador ElSanto Wrestling/ElSanto also definitely qualify as a Mexican Example Of Weirdness (MEOW).



** A few Turkish films from the 1970's were pretty (in)famous for their [[SerialNumbersFiledOff blatant plagiarism of characters and effects,]] [[SpecialEffectsFailure practically no budget for the effects they didn't steal]] and [[RandomEventsPlot some really bizarre plots]]. This resulted in such films as ''Film/ThreeBigMen'' (where ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ElSanto fight SpiderMan, who has become a murderous thief), ''Rampage'' (A.K.A: ''Turkish Rambo'') and ''Film/TheManWhoSavesTheWorld'' (better known as ''Turkish Star Wars'').

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** A few Turkish films from the 1970's were pretty (in)famous for their [[SerialNumbersFiledOff blatant plagiarism of characters and effects,]] [[SpecialEffectsFailure practically no budget for the effects they didn't steal]] and [[RandomEventsPlot some really bizarre plots]]. This resulted in such films as ''Film/ThreeBigMen'' (where ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ElSanto Wrestling/ElSanto fight SpiderMan, who has become a murderous thief), ''Rampage'' (A.K.A: ''Turkish Rambo'') and ''Film/TheManWhoSavesTheWorld'' (better known as ''Turkish Star Wars'').
22nd Feb '18 2:42:48 PM eroock
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->''"Japan put so many things inside my head that I can't get out"''

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->''"Japan put so many things inside my head that I can't get out"''out."''
3rd Feb '18 1:20:56 PM Glowsquid
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* ''La planète de Franchise/DonkeyKong'' (especially its final years under the ''DKTV'' title) is pretty weird by design: it's basically a post-modern sketch show featuring an handful of the ''Donkey Kong'' characters, who behave [[NotAsYouKnowThem very differently]] from their portrayals in any other media, and features humour and subject matter raunchier than what you'd espect for something based on a Nintendo property. What pushes it in WTF territory is the frequent references to French pop culture and that most of the skits are built around untranslatable puns.
27th Jan '18 4:33:13 PM nombretomado
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* [[MaxAndDaveFleischer The Fleischer Studios]] with anything they did. There's a ghost of a walrus singing a song written by Cab Calloway, rotoscoped from Cab Calloway's dancing; as well as [[WesternAnimation/OutOfTheInkwell Koko the Clown's]] antics. Counts as a W.E.N.T, or "Weird Early Nineteen-hundreds Thing."

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* [[MaxAndDaveFleischer [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer The Fleischer Studios]] with anything they did. There's a ghost of a walrus singing a song written by Cab Calloway, rotoscoped from Cab Calloway's dancing; as well as [[WesternAnimation/OutOfTheInkwell Koko the Clown's]] antics. Counts as a W.E.N.T, or "Weird Early Nineteen-hundreds Thing."
27th Jan '18 1:50:24 AM BasiltheRat
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* ''LightNovel/DogAndScissors'': A teenage bookworm is murdered and inexplicably reincarnated as a daschund. His (former?) favorite novelist adopts his new doggy self and torments him with scissors.

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* ''LightNovel/DogAndScissors'': A teenage bookworm is murdered and inexplicably reincarnated as a daschund.dachshund. His (former?) favorite novelist adopts his new doggy self and torments him with scissors.
24th Jan '18 6:35:26 AM whalewithwings
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* "WHAT?!" perfectly describes the appropriate reaction to ''Webcomic/AwfulHospital'' ''AND'' perfectly summarizes it as THAT kind of WHAT. Everything about it is brain-meltingly surreal, to say the least, besides all the unorthodox characters and bizarre workings of the fictional universe it takes place in.
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* ''Series/StrangerThings'' makes it obvious right from the title. Rooted in nostalgia for TheEighties, it is a WHAT homage to the [=WHATs=] of the past, particularly Creator/StephenKing's Americana-based horror novels and the family adventure films of Creator/StevenSpielberg and Creator/AmblinEntertainment, combined with dollops of Creator/HPLovecraft, ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', and ''Franchise/SilentHill''.



** Some have said that the problem with ''Iron Chef USA'' (the first American adaptation, featuring Creator/WilliamShatner) was that the creators assumed the original was only popular for laughing at wacky foreigners, so they didn't take it seriously. [=ICA=] occasionally pokes fun at the {{Kayfabe}} of the show (according to Alton, there are several Kitchen Stadiums, at least one of which is in space), but otherwise takes it seriously as a competition between culinary masters.

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** Some have said that the problem with ''Iron Chef USA'' (the first American adaptation, featuring Creator/WilliamShatner) was that the creators assumed the original was only popular for laughing at wacky foreigners, so they didn't take it seriously. [=ICA=] ''[=ICA=]'' occasionally pokes fun at the {{Kayfabe}} of the show (according to Alton, there are several Kitchen Stadiums, at least one of which is in space), but otherwise takes it seriously as a competition between culinary masters.
15th Jan '18 5:15:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''LlamasWithHats'' is, to put it simply, a series of videos describing the adventures of a psychopathic llama who visits and devastates a South American city, sinks a cruise ship, and [[spoiler: nukes an entire city]]. All the while, his squeakily-voiced friend with a flowery hat voices his concern and condemns the madman's orphan-dooming actions by crying CAAAAAAARL! Repeatedly.

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* ''LlamasWithHats'' ''WebAnimation/LlamasWithHats'' is, to put it simply, a series of videos describing the adventures of a psychopathic llama who visits and devastates a South American city, sinks a cruise ship, and [[spoiler: nukes an entire city]]. All the while, his squeakily-voiced friend with a flowery hat voices his concern and condemns the madman's orphan-dooming actions by crying CAAAAAAARL! Repeatedly.
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