History WesternAnimation / InvaderZIM

15th Dec '17 4:46:46 PM ZimFan89
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* AbnormalAmmo: In Issue 26, it's revealed that GIR has a "muffin shooter", which is a gun that he uses to shoot muffins into his mouth. Dib shoots some into [[EyeScream Zim's eyes]] instead.



** Walk of Doom. ZIM looks directly into the sun... which causes his eyes to [[{{Squick}} burn and crust over]].

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** Walk In "Walk of Doom. Doom", ZIM looks directly into the sun... which causes his eyes to [[{{Squick}} burn and crust over]].


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** In Issue 26, Dib shoots a couple of muffins into Zim's eyes as a distraction, causing him a lot of pain.
23rd Nov '17 7:46:51 PM ZimFan89
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* AirVentPassageway:
** How Zim escapes the Mall holding cells in "FBI Warning of Doom".
** In Issue 25, Zim does this to escape Virooz's ship... and [[EpicFail goes in a circle, ending up back where he started]].



** Virooz's ultimate fate: [[spoiler: the makeshift PAK holding his consciousness is left attached to a couch on an abandoned planet, presumably trapping him there forever.]]



* ArcVillain: Virooz in Issues 22-25 of the comic.



* GrowlingGut: Happens to Gaz in "Bloaty's Pizza Hog" after watching a commercial for it

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* GrowlingGut: Happens to Gaz in "Bloaty's Pizza Hog" after watching a commercial for itsaid pizza restaurant.


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** In Issue 25, [[spoiler: Virooz creates a makeshift PAK to [[GrandTheftMe transfer his mind into Zim's body]]. But when Zim's own PAK takes it back, Virooz's PAK is left attached to a couch, trapping him.]]
18th Oct '17 2:42:21 PM ZimFan89
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* WorldOfJerkass: There are few characters who are genuinely decent in this series.
9th Oct '17 3:25:11 AM jormis29
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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series, and been released on a fairly consistent monthly schedule. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the series will return to animation as a 66-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.

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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press Creator/OniPress announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series, and been released on a fairly consistent monthly schedule. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the series will return to animation as a 66-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.
26th Sep '17 6:59:23 PM MackWylde
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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: Invader Zim might be the most cynical kids cartoon ever created! Everyone is either apathetic, a complete moron, ungodly cruel, or all of the above.
21st Sep '17 7:42:43 PM ZimFan89
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* JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind: Issue 22 ends with Zim entering GIR's mind in order to find the virus that's driving him crazy.

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* JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind: Issue 22 ends with Zim entering GIR's mind in order to find the virus that's driving him crazy. He spends most of Issue 23 in there.
22nd Aug '17 12:01:41 AM FanficPhoenix
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** While posing as an alien to act as Zimís intern Dib convinces him to kidnap and perform experiments on an internet troll

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** While posing as an alien to act as Zimís intern intern, Dib convinces him to kidnap and perform experiments on an internet trolltroll.
14th Aug '17 1:07:00 PM ZimFan89
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* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Issue 22 of the comic sees GIR infected with a virus that makes him try to kill Zim.


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* JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind: Issue 22 ends with Zim entering GIR's mind in order to find the virus that's driving him crazy.


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* NeverRecycleYourSchemes: Usually played straight. There is one subversion in the comics, however, as Issue 22 sees Zim once again trying to disperse Flamin' Hot Cheezo dust into the Earth's atmosphere in order to make the planet uninhabitable for humans, something he tried once before in Issue 12, though in this case he changes the planned method of dispersal.


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* StoryArc: Issues 22-25 of the comics are the "Arc of Virooz", referencing the mysterious force responsible for infecting GIR with a virus that makes him try to kill Zim.
11th Aug '17 10:31:21 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* CavalierConsumption: Gir does this frequently. Other characters also have their moments.


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* TheSnackIsMoreInteresting: Gir does this frequently. Take ''Plague of Babies'' for example: while Zim fights for his life against the Giganto-Baby, Gir enjoys a bucket of fried chicken and mayo (even eating a still clucking chicken). Other characters also have their moments.
22nd Jul '17 8:21:31 PM RacattackForce
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compare the unaired pilot to the first episode of the series (or just the series in general). The unaired pilot was goofy, lighter, and had more of a basis of exaggerated fun, while the series was more darker, lighting was toned down, and the humor was much more darker.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compare the unaired pilot to the first episode of the series (or just the series in general). The unaired pilot was goofy, lighter, and had more of a basis of exaggerated fun, while fun. Meanwhile, the series was more darker, lighting was toned down, and the humor was much more darker.closer to Vasquez's previous work, with a darker sense of humor.
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