The heroes and villains of the randomverse:



* TheAce: Deconstructed and reconstructed.
* BoringInvincibleHero: Also deconstructed.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler:Along with all the other heroes, sans Spider-Man and Batman, in ''Happy Hour''.]]
** TheBrute: See above.
* TheCape: Surprisingly reconstructed.
* DemotedToExtra: After being the centerpiece of the first season of ''After Hours'', he gets relegated to about the same screen time as Iron Man.
* EraSpecificPersonality: He's mostly modern Supes, but we've had cameos from the Golden Age version (''still'' The Cape, but obsessively fond of Batman) and 50s Superman (something of a [[SuperDickery dick]], to Captain America's confusion).
* TheHero & TheBigGuy: In ''After Hours''.
* HappilyAdopted: He tries to join in on Spidey and Batman's "no parents" bit, only to remember Ma Kent's making meatloaf and fly off.
* OnlyTheChosenMayWield: He casually disproves Thor's claim that only he can lift {{Mjolnir}}.
* RedOniBlueOni: Red to Batman, Blue to Spider-Man.
* WhatYouAreInTheDark: Spoilers: [[spoiler: He's Superman.]]
* WideEyedIdealist


* ButtMonkey: The movie segments depict the other characters spiking his milkshakes to create [[UniversalAdaptorCast some pretty whacked-out trailers]]. He eventually lampshades it.
--> "What is it with all [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs the free milkshakes]] lately?"
** In the short where Batman argues with the Avengers over their 2012 movies, Spider-Man tries to promote his own, but no one listens to him at all, until he cheers for himself at the very end.
* TheChick: In ''After Hours''.
** TheHero: In ''Happy Hour''.
* ConstantlyCurious: "Hey Bruce? What's in that pocket? ...And that pocket? ...And that pocket? And that pocket? And ''that'' pocket?"
* DeadpanSnarker: He ''is'' Spider-Man, after all.
* {{Determinator}}: [[UpToEleven Possibly even more so than in his actual comics]]! It took [[spoiler:Batman revealing his past combined with Lance's brainwashing ability to take control of him, and even then the process was severely botched.]]
* HeroWorshipper: Towards Batman.
* ItsAllMyFault: He blames himself heavily for losing Marvel's rights to ''{{Transformers}}'' as well as the screw-ups his own movies have.
** PlayedForLaughs in his mental confrontation with [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan his rebooted counterpart]]. Xavier eventually cranks up the angst factor. The result?
-->'''Spider-Man:''' ''(sobbing)'' It's all my fault!
-->'''reboot!Spider-Man:''' ''(also sobbing)'' It's all ''my'' fault!
-->'''Spider-Man:''' Bruce Campbell should be playing Mysterio!
-->'''reboot!Spider-Man:''' What kind of end-credits Easter egg was that?!
-->'''Spider-Man:''' IT'S ALL MY FAULT!
-->'''reboot!Spider-Man:''' IT'S ALL MY FAULT!
-->''(The two repeat the last line, their voices becoming hilariously inelegant and incomprehensible)''
-->'''Batman:''' ''(facepalming)'' ...okay, just give it 10% of all you've got, Professor. 10%.
* RedOni: To Franchise/{{Batman}}.
* SanitySlippage: He suffers this in the 7-year celebration, realizing that Sony will just keep rebooting him to hold onto the rights while the [=MCU=] rakes in billions.
* TraumaCongaLine: Lampshaded by himself in ''Happy Hour''.
* WorldOfCardboardSpeech: Which includes his TraumaCongaLine as mentioned above, [[spoiler:to point out to the Joker that ''nothing'' will break his spirit no matter how hard anyone tries.]]


* BlueOni: Blue to the ''cast''.
* BrokenAce: In his own words, he's both an awe-inspiring crimefighter and one of the richest men in the world, yet he has absolutely nothing and can't imagine any future that doesn't involve him being alone.
* CannotTellAJoke [=/=] TheComicallySerious: In all the years Batman has been on the show, he hasn't made a single proper gag.
* CrazyPrepared
* DatingCatwoman: Hinted at, as a running gag is the Meow Mix in his utility belt.
* DeadpanSnarker: With more emphasis on the "deadpan".
* DecoyProtagonist: In ''Zero Hour''. With the speed and precision with which he takes control of the situation involving Lance's head, you could be mistaken for believing he's TheHero this time around. Turns out, he's a SupportingLeader.
* GoodIsNotNice
* InformedLoner: [[BlatantLies Played for laughs]] in the Sh*t Batman Says video.
-->I don't need help.\\
Thanks, [[ParentalSubstitute Alfred]].\\
I work alone.\\
Thanks, [[LikeASonToMe Dick]]. Thanks, [[HonoraryUncle Barbara]]. Thanks, [[AscendedFanboy Tim]].\\
I'm not a team player.\\
Thanks, [[SuperTeam Justice League]].
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: There is the requisite [[VitriolicBestBuds Superman]], who Batman [[HypocriticalHeartwarming refuses to let anyone else call a Boy Scout]]. The Randomverse adds Spider-Man, who Batman complains about a lot but rescues even more.
* TheLancer & TheSmartGuy: To the point where Clark panics when he disappears in ''After Hours,'' and ''everyone'' panics when Lance randomly teleports him in ''Happy Hour''.
* MyNameIsInigoMontoya: "I'm Batman!" is his CatchPhrase, and he even says it instead of "I'm a DC" (except one time mistakenly thinking it annoyed Iron Man).
* NotSoAboveItAll: He gives Spider-Man a spiked milkshake when he suggests that his movies will eventually overtake ''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy''.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: In "After Hours", [[spoiler:Bruce is the first to revert to his ''World's Finest'' incarnation, going from grim to mild-mannered and kind mid-sentence. Superman and Spider-Man are incredibly confused.]]
* OnlySaneMan: He is one of the few people that can put up with the antics of Deadpool.
* SupportingLeader: In ''Zero Hour''.
* TeamDad: While Clark treats everyone as an equal part of the team, Batman rescues first and lectures later, particularly Spider-Man (who is the youngest).
* WarriorPoet: Waxes philosophical on the ethics of [[spoiler:not revealing Spider-Man's former marriage because it was Spider-Man's choice as a HeroicSacrifice to forget about it]].
* WarriorTherapist: Despite not being mentally sound himself (or possibly because of it), he tends to act as one.
** While defusing a bomb strapped to the Green Goblin's crotch, Bruce attempts to give relationship advice and talk Gobby down from suicidal despair.
** After Tony breaks into Wayne Manor to drown his sorrows after losing to Film/TheDarkKnight (in both senses), Bruce helps Tony regain confidence with a training montage set to ''Eye of the Tiger''. Though Bruce is still angry when Tony destroys things.


* TheAlcoholic
* BerserkButton: Don't mention those herpes rumours. Or Batman's movies. And ''especially'' don't joke about Creator/RobertDowneyJr not portraying him.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler:In ''Happy Hour''. He gets better, though.]]
* DrunkenMaster: Either Tony was so focused on [[DrowningMySorrows drowning his sorrows]] that he successfully broke into ''Wayne Manor'' of all places, or he was already drunk.
* HollywoodToneDeaf: Justified. Tony is normally a fantastic singer, until he gets plastered.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* ReallyGetsAround: To the point of being a {{Robosexual}}.
-->'''Iron Man:''' She's a great bartender, Spidey. I made her myself.\\
'''Spidey:''' Are you saying you've slept with her?\\
'''Iron Man:''' No, I'm saying she's an android.\\
'''Spidey:''' Oh. ''({{Beat}})'' But you ''have'' slept with her?\\
'''Iron Man:''' ''(Casually)'' Oh, yeah.
* SoreLoser: Does not take kindly to mention of Film/TheDarkKnightSaga and broke into Batman's house immediately after losing (though he didn't realize it until afterwards).
** UnsportsmanlikeGloating: Sang a song consisting of this after Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} won over Film/TheDarkKnightRises.


* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Hulk defends Captain America from Green Lantern because of this.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy
* GentleGiant: Despite his role as club bouncer, he's only ever attacked someone while [[spoiler: brainwashed]]. He spends more time weeping over re-runs of his old TV show.
* HulkSpeak
* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: Hulk doesn't actually do any of the smashing we know so well from the comics... [[spoiler:unless he's being controlled by Lance.]]


* AxCrazy: Well, it's Deadpool. What did you expect?
* BreakoutCharacter: Introduced to the series in early 2009, but didn't appear in any story videos. As of ''Zero Hour'', he's been promoted to TheLancer.
* BuddyCopShow: He's the "bad cop" to Rorschach in "Rorschach & Deadpool".
* {{Fanboy}}: Of Creator/RyanReynolds, but it's PlayedForLaughs.
* HealingFactor: Abused ''lots''.
* HeroicComedicSociopath: Although he identifies as a psychopath.
--> '''Goblin:''' Look, we're just a couple of sociopaths - ''(Deadpool clears throat)'' - fine, a sociopath and a psychopath.
* {{Immortality}}: Rorschach even asks in an annoyed tone about his inability to die.
* LargeHam
* TheLancer: To the Green Goblin in "Zero Hour", and to Rorschach in "Rorschach and Deadpool".
* MediumAwareness: As usual...
** NoFourthWall: ...Although, it's gradually progressing into this. Everyone already knows they're fictional characters with movies being made about them, but he's the only one aware that he's an action figure in a web series, and comments on the editing, his yellow subtitles and the wait between episodes.
* OddCouple[=/=]OddFriendship: With Rorschach.
* PowerTrio: With Lex Luthor and the Green Goblin, apparently.
* ProfessionalKiller / PsychoForHire
--> '''DP:''' What? I kill people. It's a perfectly legitimate business.
--> '''Goblin:''' Killing's not legitimate!
--> '''DP:''' ''(defensively)'' It's a business.
* [[RedOniBlueOni Red Oni]]: To [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Rorschach]].
* RippleEffectProofMemory: Thanks to being able to see past the fourth wall.
* YuriFan: Founder of the ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' SlashFic fan-site.

!!'''[[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Rorschach]]'''

* ArbitraryGunPower: When he gets shot by [[spoiler:Joe Palachi]], he is very much injured. [[JustifiedTrope Deadpool]] ''[[JustifiedTrope did]]'' [[JustifiedTrope say he only meant to wing him, though...]]
* [[RedOniBlueOni Blue Oni]]: To {{Deadpool}}.
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:At the end of Zero Hour.]]
* GoodCopBadCop: Deadpool makes ''him'' look like the Good Cop.
* TheHero: In ''Rorschach and Deadpool''.
* MadeOfIron: He's been shot by Deadpool, and he still got back up like it was nothing. Of course, Deadpool also made it clear he was aiming for just winging him.
* MoralityChain: [[spoiler:Deadpool essentially says he considers Rorschach to be this to him]]


* ButtMonkey: Subverted when his movie tanks and everyone is nice to him out of pity.
* DeadpanSnarker
* OnlySaneMan


* AntiquatedLinguistics: Thankfully, his movie's screenwriters toned things down "for thine MTV generation".
* DropTheHammer: Which only he and Superman have been shown lifting.
* LargeHam: As bombastic as ever.
* OnlyTheChosenMayWield: Mjolnir.
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Occasionally veering into...
* SophisticatedAsHell


* TheCape: Possibly [[UpToEleven even more so]] than Superman.
-->'''Batman:''' My God, he's almost as bad as Clark.\\
'''Iron Man:''' You should see him in the 4th of July.
* CaptainPatriotic: Lantern is very hesitant to snark at him, lest he be demonized by the whole country.
* DeadpanSnarker: One of the least mean-spirited characters, but it's still there.
* HundredPercentAdorationRating: The other Avengers are very protective of their leader, and gang up on [=GL=] in a misplaced show of loyalty. When Cap demands to know why he's getting the special treatment:
-->'''Thor:''' Thou art the only mortal I would follow into the gates of Hades.\\
'''Hulk:''' [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer Not many people as nice to Hulk as you.]]\\
'''Tony:''' Steve, I know [[ComicBook/CivilWar we've had our differences]], but you're still the finest man I've ever known.
* NiceGuy: Where Rorschach tries to deal with Deadpool's perpetual chattiness by shooting him, Cap gives Deadpool a cellphone with no one on the other end. The best part is that Cap's solution actually works.
** Cap is remarkable in that he's the only character to date that hasn't taken criticisms against his movies personally and does his best to be impartial. When it came time for [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger his movie]] to be squared off with [[Film/GreenLantern Green Lantern's]], the other Avengers were the ones who violently responded to the latter's criticisms on their leader's behalf. Cap was not impressed.
** The trend continues with {{Film/The Dark Knight Rises}} vs. {{Film/The Avengers|2012}}. Every Avenger lashes out at Batman except Captain America, who's trying to (unsuccessfully) calm everyone down.
* SpiritAdvisor: [[spoiler: Act as this to Superman in ''After Hours''.]]


* BadassNormal: He's just a comics personality and yet is looked up to by all the heroes.
* BigGood: As the owner of "Stan's Place".
* CoolOldGuy: Like his real-life counterpart.
* DistressedDude: [[spoiler:In ''After Hours'', he's kidnapped by Lex Luthor.]]
* RetGone: [[spoiler:Luthor wanted to do this to him and the ''entire'' Marvel universe.]]
* SpiritAdvisor: To [[spoiler:Goblin.]]

* BerserkButton: Bryan Singer's departure from ''X3''.
* CelebrityParadox \ PostModernism: In ''Days of Future Past'', he changes the past by posing as Creator/HughJackman.
* HairTriggerTemper: Of course.
* TheNapoleon \ PintsizedPowerhouse: He retains the short height from the comics.



* BigBad: In ''After Hours''. He returns to being the BigBad in ''Zero Hour''. [[spoiler:At the beginning, anyway; Darkseid quickly overtook him as a greater and more imminent threat]].
* TheDragon: In ''Happy Hour''.
* CurseCutShort: "Motherf--!" in ''Zero Hour''.
* FutureLoser: [[spoiler:[[TearJerker And how!]]]]
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:His future self in ''Zero Hour''.]]
* MagnificentBastard: Deliberately invoked to be deconstructed in ''Zero Hour'', as it is Lex's multi-layered EvilPlan that [[spoiler:leads to the BadFuture]].
* RetGone: [[spoiler:What he hoped to do to the Marvel Universe in ''After Hours''.]]
* TheSmartGuy: [[spoiler:His future self is this to the Green Goblin and Deadpool in ''Zero Hour''.]]

!!'''Lance M. Donovan'''

An OriginalCharacter introduced in ''After Hours''. He's revealed as Lex Luthor's spy early on. [[FlatCharacter Is a douche]]. [[spoiler:As it turns out, he's a demi-android created through S.H.I.E.L.D. and Cadmus technology; designed to be so realistic that nobody could suspect him of being mechanical. Most of the plots revolve around him in some way.]] [[VerbalTic Dude]].

* [[ApocalypseMaiden ApocalypseDude]]: [[spoiler:In ''Happy Hour'', and ''Zero Hour''.]]
* FlatCharacter: His personality consists almost entirely of saying "Dude" and "Dude. Sucks" to passers-by. Invoked by Lex Luthor, [[spoiler:as Lance was ''designed'' to be the last person anyone would ever want to talk to or suspect of anything intelligent.]]
* LivingMacGuffin: [[spoiler:In every season.]]
* MeaningfulName: As the Nick Furys eventually realise, '''L'''ance '''M'''. '''D'''onovan [[spoiler: is a '''L'''ife '''M'''odel '''D'''ecoy, a type of android from the Marvel Universe but enhanced with Project Cadmus technology from the DC Universe]].
* ObfuscatingStupidity
* VerbalTic: "Dude" and "Dude. Sucks."

!!'''Lars M. Dusseldorf'''

Dubbed [[spoiler:"[[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Lance 2.0]]"]], Lars serves as a replacement for Lance [[spoiler: after he is teleported to Apokolips]].

* {{Catchphrase}} and PhraseCatcher:
-->'''Lars''': Ya?
-->'''Anyone''': Yeah.
-->'''Lars''': Ya?
-->'''Anyone''': '''Yeah!'''
-->'''Lars''': ''Okaaaay.''
* CoDragons: [[spoiler:Seemingly this, alongside Palachi!Joker, to Darkseid.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: ''Way'' more of a douche than Lance ever was. Lance was just incredibly uninteresting, while this guy is actively snotty and insulting to everyone around him.
** Well, to be fair, "everyone around him" usually means Lex, who [[AssholeVictim definitely has it coming]]. Also [[JustifiedTrope justified]] -- [[spoiler: [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch Hail Darkseid, bitches.]]]]
-->'''Lars''' (to Lex): You are surprised I am acting like a douche?
* TheMole: [[spoiler: Lex didn't even create him -- Lars just made him ''think'' he did. He really works for {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}.]]
* SmugSnake
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Dubbed "Euro Lance" by Green Goblin.
* YourMom:
--> '''Luthor:''' Why did [[spoiler: I make you this douchey]], again?
--> '''Lars:''' That's funny, your mother asked me the same thing last night.


* AxCrazy: Being ComicBook/TheJoker, this is par for the course.
* ArtEvolution: His toy changes after the events of ''After Hours''.
* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:He's back in Rorschach and Deadpool #2 under the name of Joe Palachi.]]
* BadBoss: Abuses his own minions, Harley in particular.
* BigBad: In ''Happy Hour''.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler:Hail Darkseid.]]
* CoDragons: [[spoiler:As Palachi!Joker, alongside Lars, to Darkseid.]]
* TheDragon: In ''After Hours''.
** DragonAscendant: Then he becomes the BigBad in ''Happy Hour''.
*** DemotedToDragon: [[spoiler: Only to be brought back down to being Darkseid's lackey in ''Zero Hour''.]]
* DoNotTauntCthulhu: With predictable results...
* EvilerThanThou: Pulls this on Luthor, [[spoiler: then falls victim to it courtesy of Darkseid]].
* KnightOfCerebus: Even though he's LaughablyEvil, Joker is easily one of the vilest characters in the series, if not the vilest.
* LaughablyEvil: As always with the Joker.
* ManInWhite: [[spoiler: As Joe Palachi.]]
* WickedCultured: His Joe Palachi persona was originally supposed to be named Joe Theatre/{{Pagliacci}} ([[DontExplainTheJoke as in]], [[GeniusBonus the opera known for the sad clown]]). Unfortunately, the mob butchered the pronunciation, so he just went with Palachi.

!!'''[[ComicBook/NormanOsborn The Green Goblin]]'''

* AbusiveParents: His relationship with the (as-yet-unseen) Harry consists of them shouting insults at each other from different rooms. The sad thing is that this is a step ''up'' from some continuities. Here, it's PlayedForLaughs.
--> Fine, it's your room! In fact we'll make it your own country! We'll call it Harrystan! Main import: Daddy's money! Main export: DISAPPOINTMENT!
** Later:
--> '''Harry:''' Thats it, I'm going to [[SpiderMan Peter's]]!
--> '''Norman''': Oh, you mean the son I wish I had? TELL HIM TO COME OVER!
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Invoked as it turns out Gobby's differences from his comic book self are actually a plot point. [[spoiler:Darkseid considers him a WildCard because of it; fearing that he may be the only one who can ruin his plans.]]
* AntiVillain: Gradually shifts more and more towards a Type IV as the series progresses. He's still kind of a dick but he's more of a really FriendlyEnemy [=/=] JerkWithAHeartOfGold than a true villain. This becomes a plot-point in ''Zero Hour'' (see "AlternateCharacterInterpretation").
* BerserkButton: Don't diss [[Film/SpiderMan1 Willem Dafoe]] in front of him!
* BoisterousBruiser
* BreakoutCharacter: Easily the one to get the most attention (along with Deadpool), even receiving his own CharacterBlog.
* CharacterDevelopment: He went from being a villainous [[TheLoad load]] to a competent fighter, and eventually the central character of ''Zero Hour''.
* CloudCuckooLander: After being drugged up in ''Happy Hour''.
* EnemyMine: [[spoiler:Takes out Lex at the end of Season One because destroying Spider-Man and everything he stands for is ''his'' job.]]
* {{Fanboy}}: Of [[Creator/WillemDafoe Willem]] '''''[[NoIndoorVoice DAFOOOEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!]]'''''
* FauxAffablyEvil: Steals and vandalizes, but is so laid-back and cheerful that one can't help liking him anyway.
* FourthWallMailSlot: ''Goblin Bloggin'''.
* HarmlessVillain: The only people he's really fought against are [[spoiler:Lex Luthor]] and [[spoiler:The Joker]] and they kinda deserved it.
* HeroicSacrifice
-->'''Goblin:''' [[spoiler:Hey, Spidey! Now THIS you can tell Harry!]]
* LargeHam
* TheLoad : Starts out as just a tagalong in ''Happy Hour'', but then gets promoted to TheBigGuy.
* TheHero: And in ''Zero Hour'', he's been promoted to this trope... well, [[DesignatedHero the designated one, at least]].
* NobleDemon: He's generally a very affable guy and hardly ever aids the [[BigBad Big Bads]] despite being a villain.
* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Sees himself as this to Spidey, though they barely interact at all in this series.
* OutOfCharacterMoment: {{Lampshaded}} by [[spoiler:Darkseid]] in ''Zero Hour'' #6, where he points out that Goblin's Randomverse personality is [[SmugSnake significantly]] [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain deviant]] [[RevengeBeforeReason from]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive his]] [[TheMentallyDisturbed comic]] [[SadisticChoice book personality]].
* WackyParentSeriousChild: The wacky parent to Harry's OnlySaneMan.

!!'''Harley Quinn'''

* DarkActionGirl
* TheDragon & TheDarkChick: In ''Happy Hour''.
* ExtremeDoormat: PlayedForLaughs.
* MadLove: They even made a ''{{Twilight}}'' parody about it.
* PerkyFemaleMinion
* SatelliteCharacter: In ''After Hours''.
* YouAreWorthHell: [[spoiler:She chooses to use the reboot device to live with Goblin in the new universe, just to be with him.]]

!!'''Doctor Doom'''

* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Despises Lex Luthor for always being a step above himself. Despite this, there are some hints that Luthor's also his WorthyOpponent.
* BodyHorror: Aside from the scars, of course: [[spoiler:After Palachi!Joker uses Apokoliptian technology on Doom to transform him (along with Venom, Sabretooth, Two-Face and Mr. Freeze) into one of the horrific monsters seen in the future timeline. He gets better, though.]]
* EnemyMine: [[spoiler:He gives Batman the handlink that ultimately leads to Luthor's defeat.]]
* EvilGenius: [[CaptainObvious Of course]].
* {{Outgambitted}}: By Luthor and the Joker during ''After Hours'' and then again by Luthor in ''Zero Hour''.
* WorthyOpponent: Possibly Luthor. He does admit that he'll never defeat Lex unless he matches his technology.


* AGodAmI: [[spoiler:Deconstructed, given that it's all in his head (since in reality he's just a comic book villain). He's still an extremely powerful being in-universe, however.]]
* BigBad: In ''Zero Hour''.
* DespairEventHorizon: [[spoiler:Crosses this when Deadpool reveals the limited nature of Darkseid's existence.]]
* EvilerThanThou: ''He vaporized'' [[spoiler:'''ComicBook/TheJoker''']].
* EvilOverlord: Kinda obvious.
* EvilPlan: His is to reveal to the heroes of the multiverse that their existence is meaningless, and their lives can be entirely changed on the whim of [[ExecutiveMeddling the executives]] if they so desire. Thus, they would lose all will to fight--this is, in Darkseid's eyes, the true Anti-Life Equation.
* EvilSoundsDeep
* EyeBeams: The Omega Beams.
* GoMadFromTheRevelation: He admits that finding out he was just a fictional comic villain was a crushing blow to his ego, but it eventually led him to beginning his EvilPlan as stated above after some research. This truly happens to him when [[spoiler:Deadpool uses the thought transfer device Darkseid used on the heroes on the two of them, revealing that not only was Darkseid just a fictional villain, he was nothing but a toy being used in a Youtube video.]] This causes ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} to let out a BigNo and drop to the ground defeated.
* InTheirOwnImage: The ultimate goal of his evil plan above, [[spoiler:to cause a ContinuityReboot in-universe where he is absolute]].
* MultiversalConqueror: It's Darkseid. Did you expect anything less?
* TomatoInTheMirror: He doesn't realise that he's a fictional character. [[spoiler: When the Joker gleefully tells him otherwise, he doesn't take it very well. Deadpool revealing he's not just a comic character, but an action figure of a comic character in a YouTube video causes him to ''die'' from shock.]]
* TheStinger: His appearance [[spoiler:at the very end of ''Happy Hour''.]]
* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler: While being revealed as a comic character let him plan out a means of taking over the universe, being revealed as a toy in [[ ItsJustSomeRandomGuy's]] youtube channel broke him.]]