History YMMV / OneHundredBullets

29th Jan '16 10:52:40 AM Lightysnake
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** Issue 79, [[spoiler: the death of Wylie Times, the most good-hearted Minuteman and the moral core the story at this point. His death is as pointless as it is tragic, as Remi Rome, in an impulsive haste possibly spurred by his envy of Wylie, shoots him when Wylie reaches for matches, too focused on Cole, who knows Wylie well enough to relax his own guard. Even Graves is utterly horrified, and a dying Wylie is welcomed to the afterlife by his beloved Rose.]] The effect on the Minutemen is startling, as Victor Ray is seen in genuine mourning for the first time, to the point of nearly provoking a fight with a completely unrepentant Remi later.

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** Issue 79, [[spoiler: the death of Wylie Times, the most good-hearted Minuteman and the moral core the story at this point. His death is as pointless as it is tragic, as Remi Rome, in an impulsive haste possibly spurred by his envy of Wylie, shoots him when Wylie reaches for matches, too focused on Cole, who knows Wylie well enough to relax his own guard. Even Graves is utterly horrified, and a dying Wylie is welcomed to the afterlife by his beloved Rose.]] The effect on the Minutemen is startling, as Victor Ray is seen in genuine mourning for the first time, to the point of nearly provoking a fight with a completely unrepentant Remi later. Tellingly, the news is enough to enrage short, fat, cowardly Branch to grab the nearest weapon he can and lunge at a ''Minuteman'' with a scream of fury in grief over his friend.
29th Jan '16 10:51:30 AM Lightysnake
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* TearJerker: The scenes in ''Wylie Runs The Voodoo Down'' when Wylie kills [[spoiler:Martin]] and Rose respectively (Rose was in a flashback), the above mentioned fate of [[spoiler:the Rome brothers]], and much of the final issue.
** And [[spoiler:Wylie's death]]. That got me right ''here''.

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* TearJerker: The scenes in ''Wylie Runs The Voodoo Down'' when has a plethora of these, namely:
** The death of Martin, who loses his jaw in a bear trap, destroying his talent for his trumpet. After lacking the resolve to shoot himself, Gabe makes Wylie do it. Wylie tells him to close his eyes and picture where he needs to go...and Gabe envisions playing his horn to his beloved April's admiration, just as Wylie, in tears and looking away pulls the trigger.
** Rose's death in a flashback.
Wylie kills [[spoiler:Martin]] the woman he loves on a job, interspliced in dialogue and imagery to his current rage at Shepherd. Wylie executes Rose respectively (Rose was in after a flashback), the above mentioned fate of [[spoiler:the Rome brothers]], and much of the final issue.
kiss and promising her they're going to run away together. After, he cradles her in his arms, whispering he'll love her forever.
** And [[spoiler:Wylie's death]]. That got me right ''here''.Shepherd's reaction to having to make Wylie do the job. As much as Shepherd knows what has to be done, it's clear it's broken his heart as well. In present, he refuses to fight back against Wylie and only has two final words for him when it seems his death is inevitable: "I'm sorry."
** Issue 79, [[spoiler: the death of Wylie Times, the most good-hearted Minuteman and the moral core the story at this point. His death is as pointless as it is tragic, as Remi Rome, in an impulsive haste possibly spurred by his envy of Wylie, shoots him when Wylie reaches for matches, too focused on Cole, who knows Wylie well enough to relax his own guard. Even Graves is utterly horrified, and a dying Wylie is welcomed to the afterlife by his beloved Rose.]] The effect on the Minutemen is startling, as Victor Ray is seen in genuine mourning for the first time, to the point of nearly provoking a fight with a completely unrepentant Remi later.
24th Jan '16 5:10:33 AM ACW
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: "Did you bust a nut when I...?"

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* *CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Augustus Medici]] is the most powerful member of [[AncientConspiracy the Trust]] and the one [[DiabolicalMastermind pulling the wires of every other character]]. The Trust is a coalition of thirteen families that secretly founded the United States, but this is not enough for Augustus, who [[TheChessmaster puts into motion a grand and intricate plan]] to take the other members' holdings for himself. Augustus proposes that the Trust and their enforcers, [[CarnivalOfKillers the Minutemen]], take over another country, to which the Minutemen refuse and are marked for death by the Trust. The Minutemen's leader, Agent Philip Graves, secretly working for Augustus, would then lead the Minutemen on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge and kill the Trust members Augustus wanted dead. After Augustus's son Benito is almost killed, Augustus enlists {{the sociopath}}ic WildCard Minuteman Lono to torture and kill another trust head who had a hand in the hit and his heirs, and also orchestrate a [[FalseFlagOperation false flag assassination]] of female Trust head Megan Dietrich, whom Augustus then seduces [[DirtyOldMan despite a very large age difference]]. When a rival Trust head has two of Augustus's key allies killed, Augustus crosses the MoralEventHorizon by resigning his seat in favor of Benito, knowing that [[OffingTheOffspring this will lead to Benito's murder at Megan's hands]] and a power vacuum that ultimately [[KillEmAll kills all the other Trust members and most of the Minutemen]]. When confronted by a [[EvenEvilHasStandards disgusted Graves]] over killing his own child, Augustus [[NeverMyFault justifies himself]] by saying that he didn't ''technically'' make Megan do anything.
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CrossesTheLineTwice: "Did you bust a nut when I...?"
12th Jan '16 10:38:55 AM HamburgerTime
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment[=/=]{{Narm}}: the first few issues of Volume 9 have a running subplot about an EscalatingWar between two gangsters in Miami that has nothing to do with the main plot. The things they do to each other get increasingly ridiculous ([[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext "Terry ate your dog.""]]) and it ultimately culminates in one decapitating the other with a katana and the second one's uzi flying through the air, spraying bullets everywhere and killing everyone else in the room. This plot never interacts with the main plot and is never mentioned again.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment[=/=]{{Narm}}: the The first few issues of Volume 9 have a running subplot about an EscalatingWar between two gangsters in Miami that has nothing to do with the main plot. The things they do to each other get increasingly ridiculous ([[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext "Terry ate your dog.""]]) and it ultimately culminates in one decapitating the other with a katana and the second one's uzi flying through the air, spraying bullets everywhere and killing everyone else in the room. This plot never interacts with the main plot and is never mentioned again.
12th Jan '16 10:38:41 AM HamburgerTime
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment/{{Narm}}: the first few issues of Volume 9 have a running subplot about an EscalatingWar between two gangsters in Miami that has nothing to do with the main plot. The things they do to each other get increasingly ridiculous ([[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext "Terry ate your dog.""]]) and it ultimately culminates in one decapitating the other with a katana and the second one's uzi flying through the air, spraying bullets everywhere and killing everyone else in the room. This plot never interacts with the main plot and is never mentioned again.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment/{{Narm}}: BigLippedAlligatorMoment[=/=]{{Narm}}: the first few issues of Volume 9 have a running subplot about an EscalatingWar between two gangsters in Miami that has nothing to do with the main plot. The things they do to each other get increasingly ridiculous ([[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext "Terry ate your dog.""]]) and it ultimately culminates in one decapitating the other with a katana and the second one's uzi flying through the air, spraying bullets everywhere and killing everyone else in the room. This plot never interacts with the main plot and is never mentioned again.
12th Jan '16 10:38:28 AM HamburgerTime
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment/{{Narm}}: the first few issues of Volume 9 have a running subplot about an EscalatingWar between two gangsters in Miami that has nothing to do with the main plot. The things they do to each other get increasingly ridiculous ([[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext "Terry ate your dog.""]]) and it ultimately culminates in one decapitating the other with a katana and the second one's uzi flying through the air, spraying bullets everywhere and killing everyone else in the room. This plot never interacts with the main plot and is never mentioned again.



* UglyCute: Martin/Gabe from the "Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down" arc, a deformed and strangely endearing little guy who's employed as a janitor, but is actually a musical genius.

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* UglyCute: Martin/Gabe from the "Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down" arc, a deformed and strangely endearing little guy who's employed as a janitor, but is actually a musical genius.
12th Jan '16 7:41:30 AM HamburgerTime
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* UglyCute: Martin/Gabe from the "Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down" arc, a deformed and strangely endearing little guy who's employed as a janitor, but is actually a musical genius.
24th Sep '15 6:43:55 PM HamburgerTime
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* DracoInLeatherPants: Azzarello was disturbed to discover that Lono was inexplicably popular among female fans. Keep in mind that the character is, among many other unpleasant things, a misogynistic rapist.
21st Sep '13 1:33:31 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Lono, known as 'The Dog,' is the most violent and evil member of the squad of hitmen called The Minutemen. Our first introduction to his depravity is when a man hits him with a car to steal Lono's money. Lono's response is to hunt him down and murder him after raping the man's girlfriend for hours out of boredom. A sadist with a penchant for torture, Lono would also castrate a man after torture before presenting him with his sons' severed heads and finishing the job. With many onscreen murders for profit and personal satisfaction, Lono makes even hardened assassins express [[EvenEvilHasStandards moral disgust]] at his psychotic actions.
28th May '13 11:04:15 PM HamburgerTime
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* EvilIsSexy: Megan and Echo. Some of the minor female Trust members are also pretty hot, but it's not emphasized to the same degree as those two.
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