* From ''Q-In-Law'', Lwauxana's RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Q after she finds out [[spoiler:he was only pretending to love her]]. Getting blasted through a bulkhead was just the beginning...
* PAD's Amazing ComicBook/SpiderMan story ''The Commuter Cometh!'' is an issue-long CMOF, especially once Spidey gets to the suburbs, and FinaglesLaw kicks in.
** Personally, I busted a gut at the issue before, where The Toad, Frog Man, and The Spectacular Spider-Kid all vie to be Spidey's sidekick and end up teaming up as a RagtagBunchOfMisfits called (appropriately enough) The Misfits. Even the title is a hoot-n-a-half ShoutOut to ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'' -- "Leap for My Heart (or Spring Is In the Air)."
* He aided Creator/JewelStaite in winning her "bird war" with Creator/NathanFillion by coordinating an entire audience gathered for a ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' panel at [=DragonCon=] to simultaneously flip Nathan off on his cue.
* During the pitch-meeting for the [[BatFamilyCrossover X-Men crossover]] "X-Cutioner's Song", David's predilection for snark bit him in the ass. They were pitching ideas for using Magneto and he suggested--jokingly--that [[StatingTheSimpleSolution Magneto should just rip Wolverine's skeleton out and defeat him easily]]. This became the central plot point of the next crossover, "Fatal Attractions". Also, in a more meta sense, weakness to magnetism is now considered Wolverine's KryptoniteFactor in the current age. It's come up in fanworks, WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution, and films.