History WesternAnimation / AaahhRealMonsters

12th Feb '17 6:32:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheHunter: Simon the Monster Hunter.

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* TheHunter: HunterOfMonsters: Simon the Monster Hunter.
7th Feb '17 11:18:41 PM TheMysteriousH
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* {{Curse}}: "Curse of the Krumm" reveals that Krumm's family ([[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep which are all called 'Krumm']]) are cursed to [[spoiler: eventually lose their stench]]. With his friends' help, he manages to break it.

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* {{Curse}}: "Curse of the Krumm" reveals that Krumm's family ([[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep which are all called 'Krumm']]) are cursed to [[spoiler: eventually lose their stench]].stench]] (it usually skips a generation, which is why his father didn't mention it until after it happened). With his friends' help, he manages to break it.
6th Feb '17 10:44:32 AM MisterBeeg
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* RashomonStyle: In an episode titled, appropriately enough, "Rosh-O-Monster". The viewfinder the Gromble uses to view the students' assignments breaks down so the trio tells the class how their scare went. Ickis tells his story in a {{film noir}} style with him as the hero, while Oblina's account portrays her as a superheroine who has to rescue Krumm and Ickis from humans. The less-egotistical Krumm's retelling (which is [[ArtShift animated in]] [[StylisticSuck a childish scrawl]]) only indicates that Oblina and Ickis spent most of the assignment arguing. Of course in the end the viewfinder is repaired and we see what ''really'' happened. [[spoiler: Turned out that they kept screwing up and the scare was a total accident.]] Of course, the Gromble wasn't pleased and punishes them by having them shine his massive collection of shoes.

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* RashomonStyle: In an episode titled, appropriately enough, "Rosh-O-Monster". The viewfinder the Gromble uses to view the students' assignments breaks down so the trio tells the class how their scare went. Ickis tells his story in a {{film noir}} style with him as the hero, while Oblina's account portrays her as a superheroine who has to rescue Krumm and Ickis from humans. The less-egotistical Krumm's retelling (which is [[ArtShift animated in]] [[StylisticSuck a childish scrawl]]) only indicates that Oblina and Ickis spent most of the assignment arguing. Of course in In the end the viewfinder is repaired and we see what ''really'' happened. [[spoiler: Turned out that they kept screwing up and the scare was a total accident.]] Of course, the Gromble wasn't pleased and punishes them by having them shine his massive collection of shoes.
4th Feb '17 1:50:59 PM MisterBeeg
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* KidsShouldntWatchHorrorFilms: This trope was played with when Ickis watched a [[TastesLikeDiabetes very cutesy film]] featuring Cuddles the Bear. Being a monster, cutesy stuff gives him nightmares.
4th Feb '17 12:32:42 PM MisterBeeg
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* NotSoDifferent: It's repeatedly implied the Gromble had a lot of the same problems when ''he'' was a young monster that Ickis has now.

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* NotSoDifferent: It's repeatedly implied the Gromble had a lot of the same problems as Ickis when ''he'' was a young monster that Ickis has now.monster.
6th Jul '16 12:50:05 PM DracoKanji
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* {{Curse}}: "Curse of the Krumm" reveals that Krumm's species ([[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep which are all called 'krumm']]) are cursed to [[spoiler: eventually lose their stench]]. With his friends' help, he manages to break it.
** No, this was his family specifically. It usually skips a generation which was why his father never told him.

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* {{Curse}}: "Curse of the Krumm" reveals that Krumm's species family ([[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep which are all called 'krumm']]) 'Krumm']]) are cursed to [[spoiler: eventually lose their stench]]. With his friends' help, he manages to break it.
** No, this was his family specifically. It usually skips a generation which was why his father never told him.
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3rd May '16 2:13:44 PM WanderingBrowser
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* BizarreAlienBiology: Monsters come in many shapes and sizes, most utterly different, and they can shapeshift, but there are a few general traits they all share. First and foremost, underground tunnels in garbage dumps and sewers are their natural habitat: they physically need to breathe filthy "dump air", and will suffocate in clean air. To get around this, they fill internal air sacks with dump air before venturing into the human world above, which is enough to last them for several days. Similarly, monsters literally eat human garbage, and find the taste of normal, fresh human food to be completely disgusting (Oblina did force herself to drink human tea when posing as a human, so it isn't ''toxic'' to them, but it isn't clear if they can even get nutrition from it). When a frightened boy who discovers the monsters asks if they intend to eat him, Oblina dismisses the idea as disgusting. Monster reproduction is discussed in "Attack of the Blobs": baby monsters start out as shapeless blobs (literally called "blobs", and "babysitting" is "blobsitting"). These eventually form into a cocoon, and hatch into immature toddler-forms called "bonsties" - which have a voracious appetite and will even eat other monsters if no other food is given to them.
** Monsters are based on magic, not just biology. If enough humans outright stop being scared of monsters and stop believing in them, they literally cease to exist - by parts of their bodies horrifically winking out of existence. When this happens in one episode monsters lose the entire left half of their body, or Ickis is reduced to just a head, or they disappear completely.

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* BizarreAlienBiology: Monsters come in many shapes and sizes, most utterly different, and they can shapeshift, have various different physical abilities as a result, but there are a few general traits they all share. First and foremost, underground tunnels in garbage dumps and sewers are their natural habitat: they physically need to breathe filthy "dump air", and will suffocate in clean air. To get around this, they fill internal air sacks with dump air before venturing into the human world above, which is enough to last them for several days. Similarly, monsters literally eat human garbage, and find the taste of normal, fresh human food to be completely disgusting (Oblina -- Oblina did force herself to drink human tea when posing as a human, so it isn't ''toxic'' to them, but it isn't clear if they can even get nutrition from it). When it.
** Also, they do ''not'' eat humans. The first episode has
a frightened boy who discovers the monsters asks if they intend accidentally taken in Ickis's place beg Oblina and Krumm not to eat him, Oblina dismisses the an idea as disgusting. Monster reproduction is discussed in "Attack of the Blobs": baby monsters start out as shapeless blobs (literally called "blobs", and "babysitting" is "blobsitting"). These eventually form into a cocoon, and hatch into immature toddler-forms called "bonsties" - to which have a voracious appetite and will even eat other monsters they react with disgust. However, they ''do'' apparently practice MonstrousCannibalism, if no other food rarely.
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justified in that onsters are based on magic, not just biology.biology; they're literally {{elemental embodiment}}s of fear. If enough humans outright stop being scared of monsters and stop believing in them, they literally cease to exist - by parts of their bodies horrifically winking out of existence. When this happens in one episode monsters lose the entire left half of their body, or Ickis is reduced to just a head, or they disappear completely.
* BizarreAlienReproduction: Building on from the trope above, monster reproduction is discussed in "Attack of the Blobs": baby monsters start out as shapeless blobs (literally called "blobs", and "babysitting" is "blobsitting"). These eventually form into a cocoon, and hatch into immature toddler-forms called "bonsties" - which have a voracious appetite and will even eat other monsters if no other food is given to them.



* ImAHumanitarian: Averted; according to "The Switching Hour", monsters do not eat humans and find the idea disgusting. However, they apparently have little problem with ''eating other monsters'', as Oblina notes to a human in disguise after the Gromble makes a threat about doing so.
** A few episodes later, the Gromble actually ''does'' eat a student, though he does spit him out.
** Another episode involves Ickis, Oblina and Krumm babysitting a "bonsty" -- or newly born baby monster. Unfortunately for them, this one belongs to a species that, for the first 24 hours of its life, eats everything in sight, favoring other monsters.
** In "The Rival", a stressed-out Oblina threatens to have Ickis for dinner when he tells her that she's imagining the rivalry between herself and new student Smeldra.

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* ImAHumanitarian: Averted; according to "The Switching Hour", monsters do not eat humans and find the idea disgusting. However, they apparently have little problem with ''eating other monsters'', as Oblina notes to a human in disguise after the Gromble makes a threat about doing so.
** A few episodes later, the Gromble actually ''does'' eat a student, though he does spit him out.
** Another episode involves Ickis, Oblina and Krumm babysitting a "bonsty" -- or newly born baby monster. Unfortunately for them, this one belongs to a species that, for the first 24 hours of its life, eats everything in sight, favoring other monsters.
** In "The Rival", a stressed-out Oblina threatens to have Ickis for dinner when he tells her that she's imagining the rivalry between herself and new student Smeldra.
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* MickeyMousing: Simemof the music is cued in with the actions, including the gross stuff.

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* MickeyMousing: Simemof Some of the music is cued in with the actions, including the gross stuff.stuff.
* MonstrousCannibalism: According to the first episode, whilst monsters find the idea of eating humans to be disgusting, they don't have quite the same aversion to the idea of eating each other. This is made drastically clear in the same episode, where the Gromble eats one of his students for literally having a running nose. Yes, he spits off to the side a moment later, but it's unclear if he's spat out the student or just the excess mucus ''from'' the student.
** In "Krum Goes to Hollywood", the Gromble chews Ickis up like gum and inflates him into a balloon as part of his efforts to force a confession about Krum's presece.
** In another episode, the Gromble swallows Krumm, chews on him and then violently spits him across the room.
** In fact, the Gromble does this so much his ''toy'' came with a unique small monster student figure to chew on.
** Another episode involves Ickis, Oblina and Krumm babysitting a "bonsty" -- or newly born baby monster. Unfortunately for them, this one belongs to a species that, for the first 24 hours of its life, eats everything in sight, favoring other monsters. It almost eats the Gromble!
** In "The Rival", a stressed-out Oblina threatens to have Ickis for dinner when he tells her that she's imagining the rivalry between herself and new student Smeldra.
18th Mar '16 1:56:41 AM morenohijazo
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* ToiletTeleportation: This is generally how the characters make their escapes.
3rd Nov '15 12:05:11 PM SarcasmKid
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** Oblina's voice sounds like her voice actress was doing a BetteDavis impression.
27th Oct '15 6:47:54 AM SarcasmKid
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* MadnessMantra: "I like rice."


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* RunningGag: In "Krumm Goes Hollywood," Oblina scares an unnamed member of the production crew so badly he's left unable to say anything besides "[[MadnessMantra I like rice]]." The guy made periodic appearances in the show, still traumatized, and in one episode he's in a mental institution and almost cured before he gets scared again.
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