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28th Apr '16 9:54:35 AM erforce
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* Madame Rouge in "Calling All Titans". Robin freezes her, then shatters her into little frozen pieces. She then reforms herself in a manner similar to [[Film/TheTerminator the T-1000]].

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* Madame Rouge in "Calling All Titans". Robin freezes her, then shatters her into little frozen pieces. She then reforms herself in a manner similar to [[Film/TheTerminator [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay the T-1000]].
31st Mar '16 4:58:50 PM CJCroen1393
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*** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpzaZt0jU68 A fanmade alternate ending]] makes it even worse; the scene is accompanied by the laughter of [[ComicBook/TheJoker a certain clown...]]
3rd Feb '16 3:35:21 PM LoneWolfPrimeSS
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** What's worse?, they have all of the memories, thoughts, and emotions, so they know about there losses, insecurities, and tics that make them sloppy in combat.
16th Jan '16 6:19:04 PM plcthecd
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[[caption-width-right:350: [[SarcasmMode There's nothing to be afraid of]].]]
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21st May '15 1:27:10 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* In the episode "Nevermore", when Robin goes into the roof of Titans Tower to tell Raven about [[spoiler: her door being broken down]], she breaks out into hysterical laughter which sounds just like something out of ''HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi'', then she just abruptly stops and goes inside. Hell, the whole episode itself is pretty frightening.

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* In the episode "Nevermore", when Robin goes into the roof of Titans Tower to tell Raven about [[spoiler: her door being broken down]], she breaks out into hysterical laughter which sounds just like something out of ''HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi'', ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'', then she just abruptly stops and goes inside. Hell, the whole episode itself is pretty frightening.
10th May '15 1:47:01 AM ElegantVamp
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--> '''Beast Boy''': (''as he's dragged away by shadow monsters'') What did I tell you! Funny guy goes first!
** Starfire's "disappearance" scene is pretty creepy- a bunch of what look like mutated rats jump on her, and even though she frantically tries to zap them with Starbolts, there are just too many of them and they ''drag her down into the ground'', and Starfire lets out a terrified scream before getting totally submerged by monsters. And when Cyborg jumps in to try and save her, the monsters part to reveal nothing but the floor beneath them left.

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--> '''Beast Boy''': (''as he's dragged away by shadow monsters'') What did I tell you! you!? Funny guy goes first!
** Starfire's "disappearance" scene is pretty creepy- a bunch of what (what look like like) mutated rats jump on her, and even though she frantically tries to zap them with Starbolts, there are just too many of them and they ''drag her down into the ground'', and Starfire lets out a terrified scream before getting totally submerged by monsters. And when Cyborg jumps in to try and save her, the monsters part to reveal nothing but the floor beneath them left.
22nd Oct '14 1:24:51 AM NickTheSwing
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13th Oct '14 7:41:34 PM Arachnos
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* "The Sum Of His Parts" is quite terrifying. Here's Cyborg, a guy who's had most of his body replaced with robotic parts, and a man named Fixit has kidnapped him with the intent to ''finish the job''. It's a total horror movie premise made even more frightening by the fact that it's not part of the seasonal arc and [[MoodWhiplash starts out as]] one of the more light-hearted filler episodes. On top of everything, Cyborg's worst fear is losing his humanity and when he begs for release on those grounds, Fixit calls his humanity "flawed". Plus, there's something chilling about that mask Fixit tries to replace Cyborg's face with (And at the climactic moment, he presses it on, muffling Cyborg's speech so that no one can hear his screams).

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* "The Sum Of His Parts" is quite terrifying. Here's Cyborg, a guy who's had most of his body replaced with robotic parts, and a man fellow cyborg named Fixit has kidnapped him with the intent to ''finish the job''. It's a total horror movie premise made even more frightening by the fact that it's not part of the seasonal arc and [[MoodWhiplash starts out as]] one of the more light-hearted filler episodes. On top of everything, Cyborg's worst fear is losing his humanity and when he begs for release on those grounds, Fixit calls his humanity "flawed". Plus, there's something chilling about that mask Fixit tries to replace Cyborg's face with (And at the climactic moment, he presses it on, muffling Cyborg's speech so that no one can hear his screams).
16th Aug '14 5:38:30 PM RookEncounte
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** Even creepier is the fact that the above quote is said in a very similar tone to Batman's "I am vengeance! I am the night! I am Batman!" meaning that that was probably where [[spoiler: Robin's subconscious]] got the idea from, meaning that he literally considers Slade to be Batman's counterpart.
19th Jul '14 1:13:23 PM BobTanaka
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** Not to mention that, all the while she's being slowly encased in her cocoon, the monster keeps ''taunting'' her about how much it's going to enjoy killing her.
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