* In the Marvel and DC Comics crossover ''ComicBook/JLAAvengers'', Franchise/{{Superman}} says to Comicbook/TheMightyThor, "Tell yourself that, Mister... Ease yourself to sleep at night while you let your world go to '''hell'''! Where I come from, though, '''''LIVES MATTER'''''!" When Thor tries to bring {{Mjolnir}} on his head, Superman ''catches'' the hammer, causing an astonished Thor to react, "Odin's beard! How ''can'' you...? The mightiest... mightiest in Nine Worlds cannot..." Superman retorts, "S-sorry... sorry to disappoint... but in... my world, it looks like the dials '''''GO UP TO ELEVEN'''''!" and crushes Thor with a roundhouse punch, knocking him out cold. This caused [[FlameWar a LOT of controversy]] among comic book fans, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment which fortunately we won't duplicate here.]]
* The Casket of Ancient Winters from the ''Thor'' comics is a weird example of this. It created a winter so cold when opened that '''''frost giants''''' started freezing to death.
* The UsefulNotes/{{Singapore}}an ''Mr. Kiasu'' calls himself "a ''101%'' true-blue Singaporean".
* In ''Webcomic/DorkTower'', anything Igor Olman does will eventually come to this.
* Issue 27 of ''Comicbook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'' has one after the main characters confront a senator about his porno dealings.
* President Rexall of ''Comicbook/GiveMeLiberty'' is [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan Reaganism]] turned Up to Eleven.
* ''Comicbook/{{Doom}}'': "I`m the man! I`m a bad man! How bad? Real bad! I`m a 12.0 on the 10.0 scale of badness!"
* In ''Comicbook/TeenTitansGo'', issue #38 has Mad Mod panicking over the titans cranking it up to eleven.
-->'''Mad Mod''': "Oh, no! These amps only go to '''ten'''... but those lads and lassies are rockin' to '''eleven''' at least!"
** And let's not forget issue #51.
--->'''Cyborg''': "Looks like I'm going to have to crank this all the way up to '''eleven...'''"
* According to ''[[ComicBook/TheMultiversity The Multiversity Guidebook #1]]'', EVERYTHING is super on Earth-48. From the animals, to the plants, to the television shows. The superheroes here are of the "Fifth World" and were made to trade blows with Darkseid himself.
* ''Comicbook/LaffALympics'': In a flashback from when Dread Baron and Dick Dastardly used to play cards together, Dread wins by having 72,468 aces.
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