* ''WebAnimation/DaAmazinOTAdvenchr'' does this occasionally.
** In sooper appisote 3, the ''entire series’ font'' gets changed midway through the sooper appisote, due to someone pressing a button that said “CHANGE FONT”.
** And in A.18, Liteslayer and Deine indirectly break the fourth wall by acknowledging the live “evolution” happening to them. It starts by a text-to-speech-translator, getting colored, then spelling properly, then so on and so forth until [[spoiler:Lite kills himself to stop any more “evolution” from happening]].
* ''KateModern'' comes dangerously close to breaking the fourth wall on a number of occasions, always with some in-universe justification (however flimsy). They finally break it directly in "The Last Work", when Tez, after talking to an off-screen Meryl, turns to the camera and says, "She should get her own show, that one." This was also a direct ShoutOut to the fanbase, as the concept of a SpinOff called "[=MerylModern=]" was a popular fan in-joke.
** Of course, ''[=KateModern=]'' never had a FourthWall in the traditional sense, because while the characters aren't aware that they are fictional, they are [[NoFourthWall always aware of the audience and address them frequently]]. The fictional "fan" Sophie, in particular, broke the fourth wall repeatedly on her Bebo profile.
* ''WebAnimation/ParkBench'', sometimes.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' does this, particularly in the "Virus" Strong Bad e-mail where the format of the web page gets tampered with. Also, "My mouth was a broken JPEG!"
** Happens literally in some of the iTunes openings, where Strong Bad will either press his face against the screen, leaving a print, or literally try to break your screen!
* The ''LeagueOfIntergalacticCosmicChampions'' did this frequently.
* Certain characters in ''Star Harbor Nights'' are "meta-aware", notably the Hex Kittens and the inhabitants of the Sands of Time, the local InnBetweenTheWorlds. Most often used for LampshadeHanging.
** The chapter [[http://www.starharbornights.com/new/3 Super Vision]] {{Lampshades}} this when Johnny Dark cautions Maria not to [[FridgeLogic overthink]] the nature of the Sands, because it makes the author irritable. Later, Tigerlily Bender seems to fall afoul of this same phenomenon.
* Many an [[TheAbridgedSeries abridged series]] will do this on a regular basis. To the point that Ishizu mentions she can break the fourth wall in ''her first appearance'', and this is unimpressive because everyone else has already broken it.
** This is an actual plot point in ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries''. [[spoiler:According to Ishizu, if the fourth wall collapses completely, then Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged will be cancelled. Sure enough, Melvin defeating Florence is enough to bring the fourth wall down (for some reason), and 4kids (as run by Noah and the Big Five) cancel the show... And then LittleKuriboh announces Season 3.]] Yeah. [[MindScrew Trippy, much?]]
*** [[spoiler: And now we have season 3. First off Serenity tries to talk to Joey about the fact that she's frightened she'll get written out of the show because her character doesn't serve any significant point... And then all the main characters are told their show has been cancelled. Their reaction? "What the ''fuck?!''"]] Just... There's no fourth wall any more. There's a ''fifth'' wall, but the fourth wall is just broken. And no, it is not going to be revived from the shadow realm.
** In ''WebVideo/AvatarTheAbridgedSeries'', Iroh actually ''teaches Zuko how to break the Fourth Wall''. He ends up using it to re-write the episode to make Sokka's life hell.
* ''WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC'' has everyone break the normal fourth wall at one point or another. However {{Deadpool}} takes it one step further.
-->'''Deadpool''': I always wanted my own action figure, and now I ''am'' my own action figure.
-->'''[[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Nite Owl]]''': Um, What?
** Heck, Darkseid's notable for being the only one ''not'' aware of the Fourth Wall. [[spoiler:Until SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker explains it to him, and he takes a level in DangerouslyGenreSavvy.]]
* At one point in a ''HappyTreeFriends'' interactive minigame, a character is killed when they're ''crushed against'' the fourth wall.
* In the ''AntiClicheAndMarySueEliminationSociety''[='=]s base of operations, there is an actual fourth wall that makes a tremor when broken. Also notable is the fact that Tyler will frequently [[InteractiveNarrator have arguments with the narrator]].
* ''Roleplay/BioshockAboveTheSea'': Zero does this twice, once, when a roleplayer states her upset at being dumped Zero "kills" her ex in the actual roleplay, and another time when he spends a few seconds speaking with the roleplayer that made him.
* This was a prominent running gag in "Roleplay/WeAreOurAvatars", where characters like Bass, Deadpool, Bernkastel, "Raven", among others, would refer to the readers and the people reading, but, the gag was done to death and it's since been downplayed. It got to the point where @/{{Etheru}} retconned the ability out of Bass because of [[OverusedRunningGag annoyance with the gag]].
* In ''TheGuild'', Codex breaks the fourth wall at the start of every episode, talking to the audience about what's bothering her.
* In the WhateleyUniverse, the Monkey King is a godlike being who apparently has this as a power. In his own point of view short story, he repeatedly addresses the readers and even makes comments about some of the forum posters.
* ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'' got three instances of this right in the finale, when WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic [[spoiler: comes face to face with his own creator,Doug Walker]], when [[WebVideo/BumReviews Chester A. Bum]] pointed out a inconsistency from the special itself, (ItMakesSenseInContext), and when the Nostalgia Critic points out that the audience had figured out that [[spoiler: WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd]] was Gort the whole time.
* In one of the Soul Pancake video "Unexpected Visitor" the intruder tells the guy, and atheist he is God, the guy says "you just lost me" to which God says "that's okay, we probably just lost about Half our audience." then looks and winks at the camera.
* This trope's the very first trope discussed on ''Podcast/{{On the Tropes}}''.
* There is a bit of fourth wall breaking in ''WebVideo/TheCartoonMan'' saga. While no one ever acknowledges their existence as characters in a movie, Roy looks into the camera numerous times as if acknowledging an audience. It's played as one more aspect of acting like a cartoon character. Roy and Valerie also go through a "montage" in the third movie, and specifically refer to it as such.
* In Blog/AskKingSombra: Being that it's an ask blog, naturally, the characters respond to fan comments. It's a bit zigzaggy on whether other characters realize that that's what they're doing though.
** Sombra is actually able to physically interact with the question boxes; at one point he tries to hide behind them, only to realize they aren't actually real.
** At one point the author tries to derail the comic into a shipping fic, so Sombra and Coffee Talk open a portal and give his AuthorAvatar a DeathGlare to make him get back on track.
* ''Wiki/TVTropes'':
** An editor of the site will often introduce themselves as "ThisTroper". This is frowned upon for examples. So are DarthWiki/ThatTroper and SugarWiki/TheOtherTroper.
** There are a handful of articles that make a point of addressing the reader directly, such as BigBrotherIsWatchingYou.
* The video "Deadpool - A Blurred Lines Parody", along with several other ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} cosplay videos by WebVideo/DPiddy, make use of this. (It's downplayed compared to the original Deadpool.)
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