History Webcomic / EnsignSueMustDie

23rd Jul '17 9:39:51 AM nombretomado
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* {{Kawaii}}: Sue believes herself to be this and uses the term-- although according to Sulu, the term ''kawaii'' will be excised from the Japanese language in the mid-21st century, due to rampant overuse by American teenage girls.
15th Jul '17 1:37:02 PM Malady
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* KaleidoscopeEyes: Ensign Sue's eyes regularly change color, as well as her [[KaleidoscopeHair hair]], and BeautyMark... we can even see them [[http://interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=1048 in the process of changing.]] It's one of her exaggerated Sue traits.
6th Jul '17 1:58:35 PM lalaTKG
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** [[spoiler: BBC Sherlock and Reboot Khan are both played by Benedict Cumberbach and both are on screen together.]] It's played with regarding

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** [[spoiler: BBC Sherlock and Reboot Khan are both played by Benedict Cumberbach and both are on screen together.]] It's played with exploited, regarding the fact that [[spoiler:Khan disguises himself as Sherlock in one part of the story]].
27th May '17 6:19:16 PM powerofone65
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Added DiffLines:

* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Kirk
** TheLancer: The Doctor
** TheHeart: Leonard McCoy
** TheSmartGuy: Spock
** TheChick: [[spoiler: Ensign Sue]]
** SixthRangerTraitor: [[spoiler: Wolverine]]
17th May '17 5:54:27 PM slvstrChung
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** Subverted with Sulu, who is [[Creator/GeorgeTakei implied to be gay]] but is played by John Cho in the rebooted series.

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** Subverted with Sulu, who is [[Creator/GeorgeTakei implied to be gay]] but is played by John Cho in the rebooted series. (Either that or HilariousInHindsight, since Cho's instance of Sulu was later revealed to be gay.)
26th Apr '17 4:50:38 AM BackgroundGuy
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** [[spoiler: Ensign Sue has begun to dislike Sue behavior now that she has lost her powers and is becoming a developed character. Khan points this out to her, and actually finds it admirable, not liking to be around the Sues himself.]]

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** [[spoiler: Ensign Sue has begun to dislike Sue behavior now that she has lost her powers and is becoming a developed character. Khan points this out to her, and actually finds it admirable, not liking to be around the Sues himself.]]
15th Apr '17 5:40:14 PM nombretomado
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** In the ''Sonic'' world, you can see [[SonicUnderground Sonia]] above {{Sonichu}}.

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** In the ''Sonic'' world, you can see [[SonicUnderground [[WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground Sonia]] above {{Sonichu}}.Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}.
6th Apr '17 10:23:08 PM BackgroundGuy
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* CanonSue: Some of the Sues are canonical characters.[[invoked]]

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* CanonSue: Some of Natch, since the Sues are canonical characters.[[invoked]]series is an EqualOpportunityOffender when it comes to the various types of Sues. Sometimes, it's the fanfic writers since they're the easiest, and [[AcceptableTargets most acceptable]], targets, but even ''canon'' characters aren't safe from being skewered in some way:[[invoked]]
28th Feb '17 9:56:29 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CerebusSyndrome: The webcomic is still quite silly all the way through but while the first story was just about Mary Sue being put in a world that knows how ridiculous she is, the second story has her going through a HeelRealization and includes moments such as [[spoiler:Wolverine]] stabbing [[[[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]]] in the back, on panel. The third story has continued the trend toward drama, though still with plenty of gags thrown in.

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* CerebusSyndrome: The webcomic is still quite silly all the way through but while the first story was just about Mary Sue being put in a world that knows how ridiculous she is, the second story has her going through a HeelRealization and includes moments such as [[spoiler:Wolverine]] stabbing [[[[Series/DoctorWho [[spoiler:[[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]]] in the back, on panel. The third story has continued the trend toward drama, though still with plenty of gags thrown in.
28th Feb '17 9:43:08 PM Malady
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%%* IntimateHealing: In the first arc, Ensign Sue

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%%* * IntimateHealing: In the first arc, Ensign Sue offers to [[http://www.interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=996 comfort Pavel with her body]] after she makes him cry by usurping his position as youngest Starfleet officer by three days.



* LogicBomb: Logic (or more accurently, criticism) seems to be the Sue's weak spot, especially for God Sue. [[spoiler: Proving that Prime!Spock doesn't love her, and more importantly, that she can't admit to loving him, leads to her downfall.]]

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* LeetLingo: Ensign Sue says she's an expert at dead languages, saying [[http://interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=1012 W00T, HAXX and PWN]].
* LogicBomb: Logic (or more accurently, accurately, criticism) seems to be the Sue's weak spot, especially for God Sue. [[spoiler: Proving that Prime!Spock doesn't love her, and more importantly, that she can't admit to loving him, leads to her downfall.]]



%%* MySignificanceSenseIsTingling: PlayedForLaughs in comics [[http://interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=1006 8]] and [[http://interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=1012 9]].

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%%* * MySignificanceSenseIsTingling: PlayedForLaughs in comics [[http://interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=1006 8]] and [[http://interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=1012 9]].9]], with Kirk getting chills down his spine when Ensign Sue and Sulu, respectively, fantasize about him.
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