History WesternAnimation / MightyMax

11th May '17 6:00:13 PM WillKeaton
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* WalkDontSwim: This is how the soulless ones get around.
3rd Apr '17 11:40:36 PM lalalei2001
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The show was technically MerchandiseDriven, although this aspect wasn't too noticable. It was also unusual inasmuch as Max had no real 'powers' to speak of, and its classic monster horror roots meant it never shied away from actually killing people (especially in the final plot arcs) during a time when most cartoons would NeverSayDie with Virgil even pointing out in one episode [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped "Real violence has real consequences."]]

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The show was technically MerchandiseDriven, although this aspect wasn't too noticable. noticeable. It was also unusual inasmuch as Max had no real 'powers' to speak of, and its classic monster horror roots meant it never shied away from actually killing people (especially in the final plot arcs) during a time when most cartoons would NeverSayDie with Virgil even pointing out in one episode [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped "Real violence has real consequences."]]
19th Mar '17 8:35:11 PM MarkLungo
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'''Max:''' ''"You know, I knew you were going to say that. Come on man. What about the air force, or the U.N.? Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger? I mean we don't want to hog all the glory for ourselves..."''

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'''Max:''' ''"You know, I knew you were going to say that. Come on man. What about the air force, or the U.N.? [[UsefulNotes/UnitedNations UN]]? Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger? I mean we don't want to hog all the glory for ourselves..."''
11th Mar '17 4:11:22 PM nombretomado
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!!''MightyMax'' contains examples of:

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!!''MightyMax'' !!''Mighty Max'' contains examples of:
15th Jan '17 9:14:50 PM PrimeEvil
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* ShownTheirWork: There were times when ''Mighty Max'' got it right, most notably an episode in which Virgil, Max, and Norman were about to be mummified. Virgil gave a rather...''detailed'' ...description of the process.
1st Dec '16 2:11:49 AM jormis29
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* DropTheHammer: When he was known as Thor, Norman wielded the mighty warhammer Mjolnir. He uses it again when he fights the Doom Dragon. After the battle he throws it into the ocean, presumably returning it to the gods.

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* DropTheHammer: When he was known as Thor, Norman wielded the mighty warhammer Mjolnir.{{Mjolnir}}. He uses it again when he fights the Doom Dragon. After the battle he throws it into the ocean, presumably returning it to the gods.
25th Nov '16 11:39:18 AM ACW
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The resident BigBad was Skullmaster, a [[CompleteMonster dyed-in-the-wool villain]] powered by the voice of Creator/TimCurry. While Skullmaster formed an overarching storyline involving his desires to TakeOverTheWorld, there were plenty of other creatures and stand-alone enemies that encompassed many cultures.

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The resident BigBad was Skullmaster, a [[CompleteMonster dyed-in-the-wool villain]] villain powered by the voice of Creator/TimCurry. While Skullmaster formed an overarching storyline involving his desires to TakeOverTheWorld, there were plenty of other creatures and stand-alone enemies that encompassed many cultures.
22nd Nov '16 9:16:35 AM starofjusticev21
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The resident BigBad was Skullmaster, a dyed-in-the-wool villain powered by the voice of Creator/TimCurry. While Skullmaster formed an overarching storyline involving his desires to TakeOverTheWorld, there were plenty of other creatures and stand-alone enemies that encompassed many cultures.

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The resident BigBad was Skullmaster, a [[CompleteMonster dyed-in-the-wool villain villain]] powered by the voice of Creator/TimCurry. While Skullmaster formed an overarching storyline involving his desires to TakeOverTheWorld, there were plenty of other creatures and stand-alone enemies that encompassed many cultures.
7th Nov '16 3:12:17 PM dlchen145
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* WorfEffect: Norman is the show's {{badass}} which means that a lot of MonstersOfTheWeek go through him to show how dangerous they are.

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* WorfEffect: Norman is the show's {{badass}} badass which means that a lot of MonstersOfTheWeek go through him to show how dangerous they are.
13th Oct '16 1:15:21 AM CaptainTedium
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Not to be confused with ''MadMax''.

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Not to be confused with ''MadMax''.
''Film/MadMax''.



* NarmCharm: When we see the previous Mighty One with Virgil what we see is a Greek warrior dressed in battle attire and a 90's baseball cap. It should look ridicules but the weight the Cap carries is so great that it transcends being a mere baseball cap and makes him look like someone that should be called the Mighty One.
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