History YMMV / FearItself

26th Jan '16 8:04:59 AM Maxiboy136
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** Considering that [[spoiler: Kid!Loki immediately realizes something is wrong with Taranis and that Taranis turns out to be Thor's old enemy Ulik in disguise]], this seems to be an InvokedTrope.

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** Considering that [[spoiler: Kid!Loki immediately realizes something is wrong with Taranis Tanarus and that Taranis Tanarus turns out to be Thor's old enemy Ulik in disguise]], this seems to be an InvokedTrope.
19th Sep '15 11:52:35 AM OmarKarindu
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** Considering that [[spoiler: Kid!Loki immediately realizes something is wrong with Taranis and that Taranis turns out to be Thor's old enemy Ulik in disguise]], this seems to be an InvokedTrope.


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** Later issues of Fractions's ''Invincible Iron Man'' imply that this was in part a SenselessSacrifice, and that Tony, faced with the end of the world, saw an excuse to give in to his addiction. (As noted in Headscratchers and in other YMMV pages, Fraction tends to AccentuateTheNegative when writing protagonists.)
8th Mar '15 3:31:35 AM KingClark
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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Issue 7.1 is this to fans of [[BuckyBarnes Bucky Cap]][[spoiler: who resented the way he [[DroppedABridgeOnHim died in Issue 3]]. It's revealed that he survived Sin/Skadi's beating and has [[FakingTheDead faked his death]] to convince [[StatusQuoIsGod Steve]] to become CaptainAmerica again and to return to his Winter Soldier mantle.]]

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Issue 7.1 is this to fans of [[BuckyBarnes [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Bucky Cap]][[spoiler: who Cap]] [[spoiler:who resented the way he [[DroppedABridgeOnHim died in Issue 3]]. It's revealed that he survived Sin/Skadi's beating and has [[FakingTheDead faked his death]] to convince [[StatusQuoIsGod Steve]] to become CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica again and to return to his Winter Soldier mantle.]]
28th Nov '14 5:18:39 PM Scorntex
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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: While most people are pretty sure [[spoiler: Thor]] is/will be dead (the previews for November comics even show his replacement), he's too big to stay out of the picture for long. So the ''real'' bets are on when he'll be back and how.
** Or if there'll be proof that he's not dead, just depowered or something.
* ReplacementScrappy: The guy who's supposed to replace [[spoiler: Thor]] after this event is already getting hate, because he looks like a NinetiesAntiHero, his appearance [[spoiler: and Thor's death mean that there won't be interaction between Thor and Kid!Loki for awhile]], he's not using [[spoiler: Mjolnir at all, but a weird staff with a heavy head (indicating to fans that he's not worthy to be Thor anyways, since a worthy person can lift the hammer), and for not being one of the ''many'' established people who could take over for Thor, namely Beta-Ray Bill and Thunderstrike.]] Oh, and the fact that in the books out ''right now'' the guy he's replacing isn't even dead yet.
* {{Tearjerker}}: Tony, furious with Odin, yells that if they're gods, then he'll sacrifice the only thing he can give that's worth anything... and takes a big swig of [[TheAlcoholic alcohol...]] And after so long of being clean, too.
** Fans are waiting for ''yet another'' series based on him trying to get sober again now.

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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: While most people are were pretty sure [[spoiler: Thor]] is/will was/would be dead (the previews for November future comics even show showed his replacement), he's too big to stay out of the picture for long. So the ''real'' bets are on when he'll be And indeed, a few months later Thor was back and how.
** Or if there'll be proof that he's not dead, just depowered or something.
with the living again.
* ReplacementScrappy: The guy who's supposed to replace [[spoiler: Thor]] after this event is was already getting hate, hated by the time he appeared, because he looks like a NinetiesAntiHero, his appearance [[spoiler: and Thor's death mean that there won't be interaction between Thor and Kid!Loki for awhile]], he's not using [[spoiler: Mjolnir at all, but a weird staff with a heavy head (indicating to fans that he's not worthy to be Thor anyways, since a worthy person can lift the hammer), and for not being one of the ''many'' established people who could take over for Thor, namely Beta-Ray Bill and Thunderstrike.]] Oh, and the fact that in the books out ''right now'' at that very moment, the guy he's he was supposed to be replacing isn't wasn't even dead yet.
* {{Tearjerker}}: Tony, furious with Odin, yells that if they're gods, then he'll sacrifice the only thing he can give that's worth anything... and takes a big swig of [[TheAlcoholic alcohol...]] And after so long of being clean, too.
** Fans are waiting for ''yet another'' series based on him trying to get sober again now.
too.
4th Nov '14 3:30:25 PM LahmacunKebab
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* ReplacementScrappy: The guy who's supposed to replace [[spoiler: Thor]] after this event is already getting hate, because he looks like a NinetiesAntiHero, his appearance [[spoiler: and Thor's death mean that there won't be interaction between Thor and Kid!Loki for awhile]], he's not using [[spoiler: Mjolnir at all, but a weird staff with a heavy head (indicating to fans that he's not worthy to be Thor anyways, since a worthy person can lift the hammer), and for not being one of the ''many'' established people who could take over for Thor, namely Beta-Ray Bill and Thunderstrike.]] Oh, and the fact that in the books out ''right now'' they guy he's replacing isn't even dead yet.

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* ReplacementScrappy: The guy who's supposed to replace [[spoiler: Thor]] after this event is already getting hate, because he looks like a NinetiesAntiHero, his appearance [[spoiler: and Thor's death mean that there won't be interaction between Thor and Kid!Loki for awhile]], he's not using [[spoiler: Mjolnir at all, but a weird staff with a heavy head (indicating to fans that he's not worthy to be Thor anyways, since a worthy person can lift the hammer), and for not being one of the ''many'' established people who could take over for Thor, namely Beta-Ray Bill and Thunderstrike.]] Oh, and the fact that in the books out ''right now'' they the guy he's replacing isn't even dead yet.
4th Nov '14 3:29:41 PM LahmacunKebab
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* {{Tearjerker}}: Tony, furious with Odin, yells that if they're gods, then he'll sacrifice the only thing he can give that's worth anything...and takes a big swig of [[TheAlcoholic alcohol...]] And after so long of being clean, too.

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* {{Tearjerker}}: Tony, furious with Odin, yells that if they're gods, then he'll sacrifice the only thing he can give that's worth anything... and takes a big swig of [[TheAlcoholic alcohol...]] And after so long of being clean, too.
28th Oct '14 8:30:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* FauxSymbolism: As it's primarily set in a church, "In Sickness And In Health" naturally has a ''lot'' of this.




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* WhatAnIdiot: The writer in "The Circle" tells the girls to make light by ''setting the furniture on fire.''
14th May '14 1:57:04 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Duane Mellor in "Eater" managed to establish himself as more monstrous than a {{Wendigo}} of the same show. A Cajun SerialKiller and [[IAmAHumanitarian Eater]], Mellor was arrested for torturing, murdering and eating vast amounts of innocent people, often keeping them alive for days so he could cut pieces off and eat them. Once captured, Mellor waits until the graveyard shift before using [[HollywoodVoodoo a voodoo ritual]], devouring the souls of several officers with their hearts to take their forms and play a sadistic game of cat and mouse with the young female rookie cop on duty, solely because [[ForTheEvulz "I particularly like it when my prey is frightened."]] When his patience is exhausted, he simply goes for the kill. The only thing close to a standard Mellor showed was his disdain for being called a serial killer: He was [[InsistentTerminology An ''Eater'']], [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne big difference.]]

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* CompleteMonster: Duane Mellor in from "Eater" managed to establish himself as more monstrous than a {{Wendigo}} of the same show. A Cajun SerialKiller and [[IAmAHumanitarian Eater]], Mellor was arrested for torturing, murdering and eating vast amounts of innocent people, often keeping them alive for days so he could cut pieces off and eat them. Once captured, Mellor waits until the graveyard shift before using [[HollywoodVoodoo a voodoo ritual]], devouring the souls of several officers with their hearts to take their forms and play a sadistic game of cat and mouse with the young female rookie cop on duty, solely because [[ForTheEvulz "I particularly like it when my prey is frightened."]] When his patience is exhausted, he simply goes for the kill. The only thing close to a standard Mellor showed was his disdain for being called a serial killer: He was [[InsistentTerminology An ''Eater'']], [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne big difference.]]
14th May '14 1:50:29 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Duane Mellor in the episode ''Eater'' managed to establish himself as more monstrous than a {{Wendigo}} of the same show. A Cajun Serial Killer and [[IAmAHumanitarian Eater]], Mellor was arrested for torturing, murdering and eating vast amounts of innocent people, often keeping them alive for days so he could cut pieces off and eat them. Once captured, Mellor waits until the graveyard shift before using [[HollywoodVoodoo a voodoo ritual]], devouring the souls of several officers with their hearts to take their forms and play a sadistic game of cat and mouse with the young female rookie cop on duty, solely because "I particularly like it when my prey is frightened." When his patience is exhausted, he simply goes for the kill. The only thing close to a standard Mellor showed was his disdain for being called a serial killer: He was [[InsistentTerminology An ''Eater'']], [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne big difference.]]

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* CompleteMonster: Duane Mellor in the episode ''Eater'' "Eater" managed to establish himself as more monstrous than a {{Wendigo}} of the same show. A Cajun Serial Killer SerialKiller and [[IAmAHumanitarian Eater]], Mellor was arrested for torturing, murdering and eating vast amounts of innocent people, often keeping them alive for days so he could cut pieces off and eat them. Once captured, Mellor waits until the graveyard shift before using [[HollywoodVoodoo a voodoo ritual]], devouring the souls of several officers with their hearts to take their forms and play a sadistic game of cat and mouse with the young female rookie cop on duty, solely because [[ForTheEvulz "I particularly like it when my prey is frightened." "]] When his patience is exhausted, he simply goes for the kill. The only thing close to a standard Mellor showed was his disdain for being called a serial killer: He was [[InsistentTerminology An ''Eater'']], [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne big difference.]]
4th Jan '14 7:33:51 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: Duane Mellor of the short-lived anthology in the episode ''Eater'' managed to establish himself as more monstrous than a {{Wendigo}} of the same show. A Cajun Serial Killer and [[IAmAHumanitarian Eater]], Mellor was arrested for torturing, murdering and eating vast amounts of innocent people, often keeping them alive for days so he could cut pieces off and eat them. Once captured, Mellor waits until the graveyard shift before using [[HollywoodVoodoo a voodoo ritual]], devouring the souls of several officers with their hearts to take their forms and play a sadistic game of cat and mouse with the young female rookie cop on duty, solely because "I particularly like it when my prey is frightened." When his patience is exhausted, he simply goes for the kill. The only thing close to a standard Mellor showed was his disdain for being called a serial killer: He was [[InsistentTerminology An ''Eater'']], [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne big difference.]]

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* CompleteMonster: Duane Mellor of the short-lived anthology in the episode ''Eater'' managed to establish himself as more monstrous than a {{Wendigo}} of the same show. A Cajun Serial Killer and [[IAmAHumanitarian Eater]], Mellor was arrested for torturing, murdering and eating vast amounts of innocent people, often keeping them alive for days so he could cut pieces off and eat them. Once captured, Mellor waits until the graveyard shift before using [[HollywoodVoodoo a voodoo ritual]], devouring the souls of several officers with their hearts to take their forms and play a sadistic game of cat and mouse with the young female rookie cop on duty, solely because "I particularly like it when my prey is frightened." When his patience is exhausted, he simply goes for the kill. The only thing close to a standard Mellor showed was his disdain for being called a serial killer: He was [[InsistentTerminology An ''Eater'']], [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne big difference.]]
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