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19th Feb '16 2:23:41 AM jpgaltmiller
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* The 80s (fake) space opera porn film ''Captain Hammer Meets the Space Vixens'' shows up twice in ''ComicBook/LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace'': the first couple pages of Issue #1 come directly from the show within the show, until we pull out and find Ace watching porn in the back room of a video store; and later in Issue #4, Ace finds Mr. Hagerty watching the same porn video in the auditorium of the local high school.
4th Jan '16 5:39:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In the ''SuperMarioBros'' comic books, Mario is a huge fan of comic-book-within-a-comic-book ''Dirk Drain-Head'', which is hated by the other good guys (including Luigi, who ironically looks exactly like Dirk), but loved also by Bowser's minions.

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* In the ''SuperMarioBros'' ''COmicBook/SuperMarioBros'' comic books, Mario is a huge fan of comic-book-within-a-comic-book ''Dirk Drain-Head'', which is hated by the other good guys (including Luigi, who ironically looks exactly like Dirk), but loved also by Bowser's minions.



* Al Capp's classic comic strip ''LilAbner'' had the comic-strip-within-a-comic-strip [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fearless_Fosdick ''Fearless Fosdick'']], which was a parody of ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' that became almost as popular as ''Li'l Abner'' itself. Later Capp did a similar parody of ''{{Peanuts}}'' called ''Pee Wee''.

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* Al Capp's classic comic strip ''LilAbner'' ''ComicStrip/LilAbner'' had the comic-strip-within-a-comic-strip [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fearless_Fosdick ''Fearless Fosdick'']], which was a parody of ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' that became almost as popular as ''Li'l Abner'' itself. Later Capp did a similar parody of ''{{Peanuts}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' called ''Pee Wee''.



* The comic strip ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' sometimes has Garfield watching the kids' shows "Uncle Roy" and "Binky the Clown", parodies of ''MisterRogersNeighborhood'' and ''TheBozoShow'', respectively.

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* The comic strip ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' sometimes has Garfield watching the kids' shows "Uncle Roy" and "Binky the Clown", parodies of ''MisterRogersNeighborhood'' ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood'' and ''TheBozoShow'', ''Series/TheBozoShow'', respectively.
10th Oct '15 1:31:39 PM FF32
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* ''ComicBook/VForVenedetta'' is about a OneManArmy fighting an oppressive and totalitarian government. ''Series/StormSaxon'' is a propaganda piece made by said government that depicts a OneManArmy fighting [[DeliberateValuesDissonance ethnic and racial minorities]] in a lawless wasteland.

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* ''ComicBook/VForVenedetta'' ''ComicBook/VForVendetta'' is about a OneManArmy fighting an oppressive and totalitarian government. ''Series/StormSaxon'' is a propaganda piece made by said government that depicts a OneManArmy fighting [[DeliberateValuesDissonance ethnic and racial minorities]] in a lawless wasteland.
10th Oct '15 1:31:11 PM FF32
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* ''ComicBook/VForVenedetta'' is about a OneManArmy fighting an oppressive and totalitarian government. ''Series/StormSaxon'' is a propaganda piece made by said government that depicts a OneManArmy fighting [[DeliberateValuesDissonance ethnic and racial minorities]] in a lawless wasteland.
7th Oct '15 4:27:16 PM nombretomado
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* Johnny C., the crazy main character of ''JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', draws a comic book that is the next "level" of insanity: ''[[TalkativeLoons Happy Noodle Boy]]''.

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* Johnny C., the crazy main character of ''JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', ''ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', draws a comic book that is the next "level" of insanity: ''[[TalkativeLoons Happy Noodle Boy]]''.
28th Sep '15 12:51:07 AM erforce
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* Bolivar Trask's sci-fi pulp series ''The Sentinels'' in ''X-Men Noir''. For bonus points, the original series featured chapters from ''The Sentinels'' as back-ups. ''Punisher Noir'', meanwhile, has Frank Castelione, Jr.'s favorite radio drama, ''The Punisher''. ''Iron Man Noir'' has ''Marvels: A Magazine of Men's Adventure'', a pulp magazine featuring the (heavily fictionalized) exploits of Tony Stark as written by his friend Virgil Munsey and, later, Pepper Potts.

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* Marvel Noir
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Bolivar Trask's sci-fi pulp series ''The Sentinels'' in ''X-Men Noir''. For bonus points, the original series featured chapters from ''The Sentinels'' as back-ups. ''Punisher Noir'', meanwhile,
** ''ComicBook/PunisherNoir''
has Frank Castelione, Jr.'s favorite radio drama, ''The Punisher''. Punisher''.
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''Iron Man Noir'' has ''Marvels: A Magazine of Men's Adventure'', a pulp magazine featuring the (heavily fictionalized) exploits of Tony Stark as written by his friend Virgil Munsey and, later, Pepper Potts.
26th Sep '15 3:46:33 PM nombretomado
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* In the comic book ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'', the characters watched a TV show called ''Wendy the Werewolf Stalker'', a parody of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. This eventually became a Type 3 for a couple of issues when Cissie King-Jones (Arrowette) guest-starred in an episode after becoming famous during the [[OlympicGames Sydney Summer Games]].

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* In the comic book ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'', the characters watched a TV show called ''Wendy the Werewolf Stalker'', a parody of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. This eventually became a Type 3 for a couple of issues when Cissie King-Jones (Arrowette) guest-starred in an episode after becoming famous during the [[OlympicGames [[UsefulNotes/OlympicGames Sydney Summer Games]].
25th Sep '15 4:54:51 PM nombretomado
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* One issue of ''HackSlash'' has Cassie and Vlad battling a slasher at a comic book convention; needless to say, there are a few comics within the comic. The most significant one, ''Wunderkind'', is a blatant CaptainErsatz of ''[[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]''.

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* One issue of ''HackSlash'' ''ComicBook/HackSlash'' has Cassie and Vlad battling a slasher at a comic book convention; needless to say, there are a few comics within the comic. The most significant one, ''Wunderkind'', is a blatant CaptainErsatz of ''[[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]''.
19th Jul '15 10:07:01 AM nombretomado
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* ''Justice Girl'' is a comic within a comic in ''TheMazeAgency'' (and, in universe, spawned a short-lived TV series). jen was a huge fan of ''Justice Girl'' when she was younger.

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* ''Justice Girl'' is a comic within a comic in ''TheMazeAgency'' ''ComicBook/TheMazeAgency'' (and, in universe, spawned a short-lived TV series). jen was a huge fan of ''Justice Girl'' when she was younger.
28th May '15 4:32:43 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Comicbook/{{FF}}'', Luna of TheInhumans is shown to be a fan of a [[{{Shoujo}} Shoujo]] {{anime}} about Marvel heroes.

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* In ''Comicbook/{{FF}}'', Luna of TheInhumans ComicBook/TheInhumans is shown to be a fan of a [[{{Shoujo}} Shoujo]] {{anime}} about Marvel heroes.
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