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->''Hey, don't worry, kid. Everyone has a bad day. Chin up.''
-->--'''Creator/StanLee''', Episode #1: ''Franchise/SpiderMan''

'''Bad Days''' is an animated series created by Junaid Chundrigar and Davor Bujakovic. The cartoons feature different fictional heroes and villains...on one of the worst days of their lives. There's [[SilenceIsGolden almost no dialogue]] involved, just hilarious situations and {{Shout Out}}s galore.

The series started with one short, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kollv82D2ns Disassembled]]'', depicting several little mishaps in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse. The short became a viral success, even appealing to former Marvel writer Creator/StanLee. He enlisted Junaid and Davor to make more cartoons for him to post on his [[http://www.youtube.com/user/worldofheroes World of Heroes]] Website/YouTube channel. The show also extended out to starring characters not owned by Marvel, and even characters who originated in media other than comic books.

As of season three, new cartoons appear every other Saturday on the [=YouTube=] channel [[http://www.youtube.com/user/CineFix CineFix]], instead of World of Heroes. Junaid and Davor also release commentaries in between.

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[[folder:Season 1 Episodes]]
* ''Disassembled'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kollv82D2ns Episode 0]]
* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjS6e9_F7B0 Episode 1]]
* ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JpLYtCQHwA Episode 2]]
* ''Franchise/GreenLantern'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwNmQTpAc2w Episode 3]]
* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRGyWAT6UA4 Episode 4]]
* ''ComicBook/XMen'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72KNsrBmKOs Episode 5]]
* ''{{ComicBook/Hellboy}}'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA_PC9MIUlE Episode 6]]
* ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rp90osMpu8 Episode 7]]
* ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjQjTFc9U30 Episode 8]]
* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fe3t_YEh55k Episode 9]]
* ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjKoljQRC5Q Episode 10]]
* ''ComicBook/IronMan'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kn8R1IvFqKs Episode 11]]
* ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bryaoVgIr1E Episode 12]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Season 2 Episodes]]
* ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amH3CR8toIM Episode 13]]
* ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yli9u4O3uZQ Episode 14]]
* ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sA0u8oQqkG8 Episode 15]]
* ''Franchise/StarTrek'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8s9aXRL95E Episode 16]]
* ''[[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor The Sub-Mariner]]'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YZoW8DBX7c Episode 17]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Thanos}}'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHNBgQvw-tk Episode 18]]
* ''ComicBook/IronMan'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDG80M5XB9E Episode 19]]
* ''Franchise/WonderWoman'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkyRw_NcLqY Episode 20]]
* ''Franchise/SpiderMan'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdeAbPUG0M4 Episode 21]]
* ''Film/ManOfSteel'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9hRGoDOBKM Episode 22]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClZGLYArQHg Episode 23]]
* ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvkqNzNbf_g Episode 24]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Season 3 Episodes]]
* ''Franchise/{{Batman}} and [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker Joker]]'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwV7vwviqi8 Episode 25]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBE_3iFITN4 Commentary]]
* ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfZIPWDqhVw Episode 26]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BV8xN6scok4 Commentary]]
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IVkyG4src0 Episode 27]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bJsLv7ruWU Commentary]]
* ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f6W3Z0mMnw Episode 28]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02hCxI223gE Commentary]]
* ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbGb0DiQbQc Episode 29]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWhfGPGra4E Commentary]]
* ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PP3sGL2bPwo Episode 30]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHLTqmKR2YI Commentary]]
* ''ComicBook/AntMan'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZyu5Kjhv0U Episode 31]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qyhuph3tbJk Commentary]]
* ''Series/BreakingBad'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8jqRKH7Uds Episode 32]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31CPxTOD09w Commentary]]
* ''Franchise/PlanetOfTheApes'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ho5FW1pu_3s Episode 33]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB8UWnAJ7I4 Commentary]]
* ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzNYWHN1f9A Episode 34]] [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gkiYN_lqVb4 Commentary]]
* ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlvjeR4B-1Y Episode 35]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRpoWyKAi3E Commentary]]
* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HH_dtEolv00 Episode 36]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlcKlJlByuU Commentary]]
[[/folder]]

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!Bad Days contains examples of:

* AdaptationDistillation: The shorts use concepts and designs from many of the heroes' incarnations. For instance, the Captain America short starts with a battle with the RedSkull similar to the climax of ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', then has him run into {{Ultimate|Marvel}} NickFury, then [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse 616]] {{ComicBook/Hawkeye}}.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Daisuke Serizawa in the ''Godzilla'' short is actively trying to kill Godzilla. In contrast to his [[Film/{{Gojira}} movie characterization]] where he is a ShellShockedVeteran who had ''no choice'' but to kill Godzilla.
* TheAlcoholic: Tony Stark is either drinking, hung over, or throwing up. Both of his episodes opens with him chugging alcohol like he's trapped in a desert.
* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Hank [=McCoy=] exhibits some canine behavior as the Beast.
* AllMenArePerverts: As soon as Wonder Woman suits up, every man who sees her tends to fall agape and try to impress her, whether cop or crook. This doesn't exactly thrill her.
* AmusingInjuries: All the time.
* AnnoyingArrows:
** [[UpToEleven Even worse]]. Hawkeye's arrow [[spoiler:''shatters'' upon hitting Captain America's back.]]
** ComicBook/GreenArrow's shot, however, is a little ''too'' effective. [[spoiler:He ends up knocking out ''Wonder Woman'' along with the crooks he was trying to catch.]]
* ArmorPiercingSlap: Subverted. Instead Lois just hurts her hand smacking Sup's face.
* AscendedExtra:
** Superman had a bit part in Green Lantern's episode before becoming the focus of another one.
*** It comes full circle in the ''Man of Steel'' episode, when Green Lantern drops in and helps Superman fight [[spoiler: General Zod]].
** Deadpool has gone from making a few brief appearances in season one to starring in the premiere of season two.
** Godzilla received a short scene in Wolverine's first solo episode, then earned his own episode in anticipation of ''Film/{{Godzilla 2014}}''.
** Lex Luthor makes a cameo appearance in the first Superman short and becomes the main villain in the third Superman short.
* AscendedMeme: "[[Film/TheAvengers Coulson Lives]]" can be seen hidden in a few shorts. [[spoiler:Then [[Characters/AgentsOfSHIELD Coulson]] himself]] in Episode 12.
* AtlantisIsBoring: Namor the Sub-Mariner's episode opens with him sitting his clam throne, yawning.
* BalefulPolymorph: At the end of Thanos's episode, [[spoiler:Deadpool steals the Infinity Gauntlet and turns him into a chicken.]]
* BandagedFace: Hawkeye gets one after getting hit ''twice'' by Captain America's shield.
* BeachEpisode: The X-Men's short.
* BerserkButton: When encountering ComicBook/{{Venom}}, do not [[spoiler:knock over his ice cream.]]
* BlackComedy: In ''Justice League'', ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} appears on land surfing on a school of fish... which all promptly drop dead a few seconds after they leave the ocean.
* BloodyHilarious: The ''Deadpool'' and ''Walking Dead'' episodes.
* BookEnds:
** In the ''Fantastic Four'' episode, the first scene to follow the opening credits shows ComicBook/SilverSurfer gliding past the Baxter Building on a sunny day. After night falls, he glides past the building once again.
** The first and last episodes of Season 3 are the only ones to focus on a popular DC character. Also, [[spoiler: Batman and the Joker appear in both shorts]].
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: In episode #36, Lex Luthor uses Red Kryptonite to turn Superman evil.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Deadpool, for starters, [[spoiler: leaps out of the artist's tablet and draws with it.]]
* BreathWeapon: Godzilla unleashes his atomic breath [[spoiler:accidentally, after swallowing a missile causes him to burp.]]
* BullyingADragon: When encountering Bruce Banner in the Arctic, Wolverine decides to attack him. Bad idea.
* ButtMonkey: Every superhero in their short. And a few companions too, like ComicBook/LoisLane, {{ComicBook/Loki}}, and ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Agent Bob.
* CallBack: Namor The Sub-Mariner's episode has many, including Bruce Banner holding the goldfish that bit his foot in episode 10, SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom still trying to sneak in Baxter Building after his failed attempts in episode 2, {{ComicBook/Cyclops}} still happily with Jean Gray as seen in episode 5, and HYDRA Bob still stranded on the island from the end of episode 13.
* CameBackWrong: When The Doctor [[spoiler:regenerates from [[Creator/MattSmith The Eleventh Doctor]] into [[Creator/PeterCapaldi The Twelfth Doctor]], his sudden age acceleration scares away his companion.]]
* TheCameo:
** Thanos's episode features many X-men cameos for him to mess with, plus Namor, the Silver Surfer, and [[spoiler:Deadpool, with all his pirate treasure back.]]
** In Episode 21, Venom steals ice cream from ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist and LukeCageHeroForHire.
** [[spoiler:The ComicBook/TeenTitans]] appear at the end of ''Justice League'' to save the cat.
** ComicBook/HowardTheDuck, a creature from ''Film/{{Slither}}'', and The Holy Avenger from ''Film/{{Super}}'' visit the XL Sior Bar in ''Guardians of the Galaxy''.[[note]]''Slither'' and ''Super'' both share a director with ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', James Gunn.[[/note]] Star-Lord also passes ComicBook/{{NOVA}}, Mantis, and Bug.
** Bert from ''Series/SesameStreet'' joins the protest against brainwashed Superman's destruction of Metropolis.
* CatUpATree: The Justice League spends their day trying to help a girl get her cat down from a tree. [[spoiler: The WesternAnimation/TeenTitans ultimately succeed in doing so.]]
* CensorSuds: Bubbles cover the Thing's crotch when [[spoiler: Doctor Doom]] accidentally walks in on him showering.
* ChekhovsGun: In the ''Star Trek'' episode, [[spoiler:the LensFlare button is used to blind the monster.]]
* TheChewToy: Hellboy makes Abe enter an old lady's toilet alone, causing Abe to get constantly attacked by monsters while Hellboy simply keeps the old lady company.
* CigarChomper: Wolverine constantly smokes a cigar while at the beach, ruining Professor X's and SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}'s chess game. [[spoiler: Deadpool later uses the animator's stylus to torment Wolvie and turn the cigar into a stick of dynamite.]] Finally, once it starts raining, he refuses to spit out his cigar even though it becomes soggy.
** A clip of Wolverine as a baby shows a cigar beside him, suggesting that his smoking habit began at a ''very'' early age.
* ClarkKentOutfit: Upon transformation, Superman rips his off... and has just his underpants on underneath. He quickly rushes to find his super-suit.
* ColdBloodedTorture: It's animated in [[BlackComedy a silly over-the-top style]], but Tony is getting legitimately [[WhipItGood whipped]], [[ShockAndAwe electrocuted]], and Chinese-water-tortured in his second short.
* ComedicUnderwearExposure: Superman's pants fall down after he loses his UnderwearOfPower, revealing an ordinary pair of underwear underneath.
* ContinuityCameo: The ''Walking Dead'' episode includes appearances by characters from adaptations of the comic: Daryl Dixon from [[Series/TheWalkingDead the TV show]], and Lee Everett from [[VideoGame/TheWalkingDead the video game]].
* CrackOhMyBack: The Vulture feels his back snap just as he's about to take flight.
* CrapsaccharineWorld: The worlds in ''Bad Days'' are bright and colorful, but every protagonist in them is guaranteed to have a... well, bad day.
* CreatorCameo:
** Creator/StanLee appears in all the Marvel superhero shorts. And in [[spoiler:the first ''Batman'' short]], only to quickly realize he's not supposed to be here. Starting in the second season, these cameos increase to OnceAnEpisode, regardless of the hero's original publisher.
** One of the animators gawks at Deadpool's MediumAwareness. Unlike most of the other cameos listed on this page, this one occurs in a live-action scene.
** Davor and his girlfriend ride a swan in the tunnel of love scene of ''Batman and Joker'', then get hit by a pie.
** We don't get to see his body, but Junaid's grave shows up in the ''Days of Future Past'' episode, mostly obscured by that of Reed Richards.
** Junaid and Davor show up caged in the ''Planet of the Apes'' episode. After Junaid points himself and Davor out in the commentary, he lampshades the fact that {{Creator Cameo}}s had become very common in the series by this point.
** James Gunn makes a silent appearance in the ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' episode, since he directed their first movie.
* CurbStompBattle: Loki summons hundreds of Chitauri to attack Thor. [[spoiler:Thor defeats them all with a single lightning strike. Without even knowing he was being attacked.]]
* DangerouslyShortSkirt: Lt. Uhura tries to pull hers to be longer.
* DatingCatwoman: [[spoiler:Batman and ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}]] make out in the JLA episode.
* DeathByCameo:
** ''Walking Dead'' creator Robert Kirkman has a brief scene in episode #15, but doesn't get to say anything before [[spoiler: Stan Lee mistakes him for a zombie and shoots him]].
** Several members of the ''Bad Days'' team get stomped on by Godzilla, as he wanders blindly after getting shot in the eye by some of Creator/RolandEmmerich's shampoo. [[spoiler:Emmerich]] also falls victim to this trope, as noted below under TakeThat.
* DeathWorld: Captain Kirk opts to to visit one of these, rather than the peaceful worlds the ''Enterprise'' could have visited.
* DefeatByModesty: In the ''Man of Steel'' episode, [[spoiler:Green Lantern recognizes General Zod as the purloiner of Superman's UnderwearOfPower, so he pulls down Zod's pants to help Supes find it.]]
* DelayedRippleEffect: The ''Days of Future Past'' episode has an example. [[spoiler:The 1973 incarnation of Magneto saves the [=True2Comics=] Costumes store by blowing up the Singing Fox Depressive Black Costumes store. This causes his 2014 counterpart, and the '14 X-Men, to lose all their clothes, except for their underwear. A few seconds later, '14 Magneto and his fellow X-Men reappear in costumes that more closely match those from the comics.]]
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: Almost everything in the ''Walking Dead'' episode appears in black and white, like in the original comic.
* DepthDeception: A planet the ''Enterprise'' looks like it's about to pass by actually turns out to be right in front of it, causing the ship to hit it and stop.
* DerangedAnimation: Every character is more squishy than putty.
* DiabolusExMachina:
** Just after Deadpool and Bob claim all the treasure, [[spoiler:their high-five causes a boulder to fall and knock them out. When they come to, Hit Monkey has taken their treasure and ship.]]
** Deadpool himself instigates one, [[spoiler:stealing Mistress Death from Thanos just as she had gotten attracted to him.]]
* DidIMentionItsChristmas: ''Episode 12: The Avengers'' came out on Christmas Eve, and shows Christmas decorations inside the bowling alley. The plot has little to do to the holiday, though.
* DirtyOldWoman: In the second Spidey episode, Aunt May is seen reading ''[[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey Fifty Shades of]]''... wait, ''May''? Ah. Fhew! Just ''Fifty Shades of May''.
* DiscontinuityNod: Spider-Man and Cyclops get forbidden from meeting the Avengers. [[Film/TheAvengers Sound familiar]]? Also note the [[Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox fox]] on Scott's shirt.
* DisneyDeath: Batman punts Robin off a dock in ''Batman and Joker'', where a shark eats him. Robin climbs out of the shark later, having used a can of [[Film/BatmanTheMovie shark-repellant spray]].
* TheDitz: Stan Lee, quite often.
-->'''Stan Lee''': "(''After seeing Captain America be augmented'') I don't get it. Where did the small guy go to?"
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength:
** Hellboy crushes a teacup with the Right Hand of Doom when the old woman tries to serve him tea.
** Thanos punches Professor X across the room when practicing clinking glasses.
* DoubleEntendre: In the commentary for episode #34, Junaid describes Star-Lord playing with an [[WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie Emmet Brickowski]] figure as Creator/ChrisPratt [[ADateWithRosiePalms playing with himself]].
* DownerEnding:
** PlayedForLaughs in ''Disassembled''. [[spoiler: {{Galactus}} gobbles the whole world in one bite.]]
** The end of the Hulk's episode has Bruce Banner, having [[PersonOfMassDestruction destroyed another city as Hulk]], bawl alone on a hillside while playing "The Lonely Man" (or at least a SuspiciouslySimilarSong) on a keyboard.
* EarlyBirdCameo:
** A shot in Superman's first episode shows General Zod trapped in the Phantom Zone, glancing at his wristwatch while waiting for something to free him. [[spoiler:The ''Man of Steel'' episode later reveals that Zod escaped, then stole Superman's UnderwearOfPower.]]
** ComicBook/AntMan, ComicBook/TheWasp, and the Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy appear in ''The Avengers'' episode, well before their respective movies and episodes have been released.
* EiffelTowerEffect: The background during Wolverine's visit to Paris shows the Arc de Triomphe and the Louvre Pyramid spaced one block at most from each other, plus the Eiffel Tower looming in the distance.
* EpisodeTitleCard: Featuring the name of the series parodied written over an item or emblem.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Even ComicBook/LexLuthor thinks that Superman shouldn't [[{{DrugsAreBad}} be smoking]].
* EverybodyLaughsEnding: Captain America's short ends with Nick Fury and Cap laughing [[spoiler: after realizing they almost forgot Thanksgiving]], then Fury continuing to laugh up through everyone's dinner time. [[spoiler: Cap's ice cream freezes him once again, but Fury doesn't notice.]]
* EvilCostumeSwitch: Red Kryptonite-influenced Superman wears a black leather jacket, as a nod to ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episodes in which Clark did the same.
* EvilIsPetty: SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor rebuilds his ego at home by knocking over and laughing at action figures of Superman.
* EyeScream: PlayedForLaughs. Creator/RolandEmmerich gets frightened when Godzilla's eye appears outside his window, then squirts a bottle of soap into his eye, causing him to crush each member of the ''Bad Days'' creative team.
* TheFaceless: Sue Storm's face is never seen, even when visible.
* {{Fanservice}}: Thanks for the closeup of Sue Storm's butt, guys.
* FelonyMisdemeanor:
** The X-Men's day at the beach ends after Jubilee accidentally hits Storm with her volleyball, angering her so strongly that she creates a thunderstorm.
** Wolverine's trip to Paris goes downhill when [[spoiler: [[Film/LesMiserables2012 the police handcuff him for stealing a loaf of bread.]]]]
* FlippingTheBird: After Magneto ties Wolverine into a knot, Wolvie sticks out his middle claw at him.
* ForTheEvulz: After Professor X teaches him how to be a dashing gentlemen, Thanos thanks him then puts a parking brake on his wheelchair just to be a jerk.
* FourFingeredHands: So common, Star-Lord uses both of his hands to order five drinks.
* FreezeFrameBonus: As a continuation of the "Coulson Lives" running gag from season one, the ''Walking Dead'' cartoon has [[spoiler: "Coulson in coma" written on a hospital room door.]]
* ForHalloweenIAmGoingAsMyself: In a photo inside Baxter Building showing Reed Richards, Susan, and the Thing on Halloween, the Thing is the only one who is not costumed.
* FullBodyDisguise:
** [[spoiler: The old lady]] in Hellboy's short [[spoiler: becomes revealed as a tentacled creature in disguise.]]
** The second ''TMNT'' episode reveals [[spoiler:Creator/MichaelBay as Krang in disguise, producing ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014'' in hopes of tainting the Turtles' image.]]
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At 1:04 in the ''TMNT'' short, Raphael can be seen dancing next to a wrestling bag at an angle that makes him look like he's humping it. At 1:15, when the wrestling bag is seen again, there's a hole in it at about crotch level.
** The loud roar [=McCoy=] heard out of the cave was [[spoiler:an enormous alien's [[TheImmodestOrgasm Immodest Orgasm]].]]
** Namor's episode has him watching the Invisible Woman [[ShowerScene take a shower]]. [[spoiler:She was invisible at the time]]
* GoKartingWithBowser: Jubilee tries to play volleyball with a Sentinel.
* GoMadFromTheRevelation: Taylor, the astronaut of the ''Planet of the Apes'' episode, develops rabies from the shock of the EarthAllAlong reveal. [[spoiler:Though the Statue of Liberty in this version of the reveal bears Stan Lee's face instead of her normal one.]]
* GoneHorriblyWrong: Namor tries to steal fish food from an aquarium by dressing up as a lobster and hiding amongst them. But then a couple visiting the restaurant get a craving for lobster...
* GoodIsDumb: Superman is dumb but well-meaning. And Lois Lane hates all the pain in their adventures.
* GoodThingYouCanHeal: Deadpool's healing factor sure comes in handy when he's crushed sliced by dozens of temple traps.
* GoodTimesMontage:
** Hulk flashes back to one [[spoiler:when Loki orders him to smash Thor.]]
** In the Winter Soldier video, [[spoiler:Captain America has one after discovering that the Winter Soldier is ComicBook/BuckyBarnes. It shows Cap and Bucky fighting in World War II together, but ends with Cap accidentally knocking Bucky off the train.]]
* GratuitousEnglish: The Parisian bakery Wolverine visits has a sign reading, "Le Bread".
* GraveHumor: The superhero graves at the beginning of the ''Days of Future Past'' video give some rather nonsensical explanations behind some of the heroes' deaths.
* HairTriggerTemper: A fish biting him, missing a bowling toss, fighting over groceries, all these are enough to make Bruce Banner HulkOut.
* HardWorkMontage: The ''Breaking Bad'' episode has one of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman cooking meth, which plays multiple times.
* HarmlessVillain: Venom. The worst he does leap is around and squash people by accident, all while sporting a big dumb grin. [[spoiler:Until Spider-Man knocks over his ice cream, turning him into a CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass.]]
* HereWeGoAgain: After Superman finally regains his briefs, [[spoiler: Bizarro steals his BadassCape]].
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Loki tries to enlist [[spoiler: the Hulk to help him ruin Thor's day, but Hulk beats him up instead.]]
** The crook who shoots at Wonder Woman [[spoiler:shoots up in the air, and this causes a ceiling light to fall on him.]]
* HowDoIShotWeb: When Kitty Pride tries to phase Wolverine back to 1973, it takes her three tries to get him to the year he wants. Before that, she accidentally sends him to his baby days, and then back into episode #23 of ''Bad Days'' (the one where Wolverine went to Japan).
* HulkingOut: The TropeNamer does, of course, from any offense no matter how minor.
** Curt Connors transforms into the Lizard while pushing Billy in a swing. He promptly pushes Billy so hard he gets tied to the bar with the swing.
* {{Human Pet}}s: Humans on the Planet of the Apes become this to the apes.
* HumanPopsicle: Captain America. [[RunningGag Over and over again]].
** While surfing, Iceman freezes Kitty Pryde, Colossus, Beast, Omega Red, Captain America, and part of Stan Lee.
** Lois Lane also gets frozen when Superman takes her to the Fortress of Solitude. This causes Jor-El to mistake her for part of the wall.
* {{Human Shield}}s: Batman defends himself from Joker's attacks by throwing various Robins into their path.
* {{Hypocrite}}s: Junaid admits in the commentary for episode #35 that they shouldn't have mocked Creator/MichaelBay's use of ToiletHumor so soon after releasing episode #34, in which Thanos has a PottyEmergency.
* HypocriticalHumor: Hal tries to use his ring to raid a vending machine, but stops when he notices SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}} watching him. After Hal leaves, Sinestro tries to use ''his'' ring to raid the machine.
* IJustShotMarvinInTheFace: Star-Lord drops his gun, [[spoiler:causing Groot to explode]]. At the end of the episode, [[spoiler:Rocket notices a Groot sapling growing from one of his remains, and grows it into an even taller version of Groot.]]
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Venom in the second ''Spider-Man'' episode.
* ILetGwenStacyDie: [[ParodiedTrope Parodied]], see SparedByAdaptation below.
* IdiosyncraticWipes: The ''Breaking Bad'' episode uses animation of Walter White donning his Heisenberg hat and sunglasses for a transition.
* IdiotHero:
** Hal Jordan, PlayedForLaughs. Everyone in the Green Lantern Corps hates him, as such.
** Johnny Storm, as well.
** And {{ComicBook/Robin}}.
* ImDyingPleaseTakeMyMacGuffin: Abin Sur, as in the ''Green Lantern'' canon, gives Hal Jordan his power ring, but upon seeing him try to summon ice cream with it, he immediately regrets it and tries to take his ring back as he dies.
* InelegantBlubbering: Lori Grimes does this while crying TearsOfFear. The noise conveniently blows up some zombies.
* InterspeciesRomance:
** In the ''Star Trek'' episode, [[spoiler:Captain Kirk is found post-coitus with a newly-met alien. And not a GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe. This one is a lot fatter, and [[BuffySpeak squidier]].]]
** Ant-Man cares for an ant that lost her husband, [[spoiler:resulting in her giving birth to a HalfHumanHybrid]].
* InvertedTrope: In the ''Spider-Man'' short, Peter Parker bites back the spider that bit him. It promptly mutates into a man-spider.
* InvisibleStreaker: Susan Storm when bathing in ''Namor The Sub-Mariner''.
* IWasQuiteTheLooker: Professor X shows a picture of himself when he was younger, surrounded by hot women, to prove to Thanos that he can teach him to become attractive.
* KickTheDog: Wolverine's attempt to play volleyball with Jubilee has him merely pierce her ball with his claws.
* KnightOfCerebus: Inverted in the ''Batman'' short. Everything turns more lighthearted as soon as Robin shows up.
* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: Including trees and in cereal!
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: As the Fantastic Four gets superpowers, we get a closeup of everyone's screaming face... and Sue Storm's swinging butt.
** And everyone receives awesome powers that they absolutely love... except [[CursedWithAwesome the Thing]], just like the comics.
** In the ''Star Trek'' episode, the first red shirt dies by [[spoiler:getting beamed to above a chasm]]. The second [[spoiler:is eaten by a monster]]. The last one [[spoiler:dies of old age]].
* LeeroyJenkins: Before entering a cave, Dr. [=McCoy=] scans it with his instrument to see if there's any danger inside. But the impatient Kirk just strolls in without waiting for the results.
* LensFlare: Parodying [[Film/StarTrek the 2009 film]], the opening of the ''Star Trek'' episode has the bridge bathed in lens flares. Kirk quickly shuts them off using the "[[DiscreditedMeme Over-Used Lensflare Joke]]" button.
* TheLoad: Mariko Yashida to Wolverine, thanks to her loud conversations with Yukio, and because Silver Samurai is constantly hunting them to get her back. [[spoiler:Logan gets so fed up with her that he gives her back at the end of the episode.]]
* LookBehindYou: Wonder Woman pulls this on a little girl to make a hasty exit from failing to save her cat.
* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler:Bucky becomes good again after developing a crush on Black Widow.]]
* {{Maniac Monkey|s}}: Hit Monkey, who guards the treasure Deadpool tries to collect.
* ManlyTears: One of the scientists sheds these, while waving an American flag, after Steve Rogers is augmented to become Captain America.
* MissingTrailerScene: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwM6oCR8DMo teaser]] released in between Episodes #0 and #1 includes some gags with Hellboy and ComicBook/{{MODOK}} that do not originate from any first season episodes.
* MistakenForObjectOfAffection: Reed Richards finds his invisible wife and smooches her. [[spoiler:Just after he leaves, it turns out the invisible person was not Susan but ''Doctor Doom''.]]
* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Symbiote-infected Spider-Man's idea of evil is [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything spraying venom liquid all over Mary Jane's face]]. Spider-Man himself finds the idea so stupid he punches himself to get the symbiote off.
* MomentKiller: Bruce Banner's and Betty Ross's romantic dinner gets cut short after Bruce's HairTriggerTemper causes him to Hulk out after dropping a pea. [[spoiler: Worse, Bruce would have proposed to Betty if he controlled himself that night.]]
* MotorMouth: Yukio in Episode 23, breaking the usual "No one talks but Stan Lee" rule. It's softened, though, by having her speak only in unsubtitled Japanese.
* MouthCam: The ''Walking Dead'' episode begins by zooming out of Rick's mouth while he yawns.
* MovieSuperheroesWearBlack: Referenced in Episode 23, where a leather clothing billboard advertises that ''now'' it's brown.
* MundaneUtility:
** Hal Jordan uses his Power Ring for many mundane tasks, such as picking his nose or summoning a Segway (when he can already fly.)
** Johnny Storm cooks a sausage by bursting into flame. Unfortunately, this also burns the couch he's sitting on.
* MurderousThighs: ComicBook/BlackWidow yanks Captain America into a room this way.
* MyNewGiftIsLame: Batman wins a Superman figure at a carnival, but turns it down.
* MythologyGag: See ShoutOut.BadDays
* NeverMessWithGranny: Peggy Carter might have lost her physical beauty in between Captain America freezing and him awakening, but not her will to fight.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero:
** Spider-Man tries to stop a bank robbery while also getting a piece of paper blown into his face. His blindness causes him rip open the bank vault for the crooks.
** When Hellboy ''finally'' decides to help Abe fight the monsters in the old lady's toilet, he becomes so enraged at the sight of [[spoiler: Abe dancing with the monsters instead of fighting them]], he punches the ground with the Right Hand of Doom. This inadvertently destroys the old lady's house.
** After Bruce Banner messes up throwing a bowling ball, Tony Stark tries to help him by throwing another ball to give his an extra kick. [[spoiler:It just makes both balls completely miss the pins, making Bruce angry and turning him into the Hulk.]]
** Green Arrow [[spoiler:shoots an arrow filled with knockout gas, which ends up knocking out Wonder Woman. On the light side, though, the crook still gets caught.]]
* NoIndoorVoice: Rick Grimes does a lot of screaming and yelling. At one point, the viewer only sees him as a small silhouette on a rooftop, but can still hear him almost as well as in close ups. Then again, he doesn't spend a lot of time indoors in the short.
* NoMoreForMe: Upon seeing Bruce HulkOut, Stan Lee decides he better lay off those cocktails.
* NonindicativeFirstEpisode: ''Disassembled'' showcases ''several'' characters' bad days.
* NonindicativeName: Thor actually has a pretty good day in his short. It's Loki who has it bad.
* NonmaliciousMonster: Godzilla doesn't have evil intentions behind destroying the city, desiring only to free Stan Lee and his fishing pole from getting caught on one of his teeth. His most destructive actions occur as a direct result of humans' attacks on him.
* NoodleIncident: Two instances of Hulk destroying cities occur offscreen.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: [[spoiler:Venom, after Peter rebuffs his clumsy attempts to be friends one too many times.]]
* NotTheFallThatKillsYou: The Thing often tosses people out of the Baxter Building, but everyone he has tossed out as of episode 17 has survived the drop. Johnny quickly ignites and puts out his flame before hitting the ground, and Doom hits the pavement while wearing a metallic suit, but it doesn't seem clear how Namor makes it alive.
* OhCrap: All the Avengers drop what they're doing and stare in horror when seeing [[spoiler:Bruce's bowling ball rolling too slowly and risking making him angry.]]
* OnTheNext: The commentaries each end by showing a clip from a future episode.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: The Ninja Turtles refuse to let Creator/MichaelBay produce their new movie, until he offers them two giant bags of cash.
* PassThePopcorn: ComicBook/MartianManhunter eats popcorn while watching the rest of the Justice League on a monitor trying (and failing) to get a cat out of a tree.
* PerpetualFrowner: The Thing.
* PleaseSubscribeToOurChannel: Each episode from season three ends with Stan Lee asking the viewer to subscribe to [=CineFix=]. The season premiere had someone else give this spiel.
* PokemonSpeak:
** Jesse Pinkman only says, "Yo!", sometimes more than once.
** Groot, naturally, repeatedly says, "I am Groot!"
* PortalPool: Abe finds a PortalNetwork in an old lady's toilet.
* PottyEmergency: Thanos has one when visiting the XL Sior bar.
* PuppyDogEyes: Rocket Raccoon uses these to get a drink from Stan Lee.
* RandomEventsPlot: Most of the episodes have one.
* RecursiveCanon: The Fantastic Four watch ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1967''.
* {{Redshirt}}: The original ''Star Trek'' ones are parodied. All of them are aware of their fate, and die in various amusing ways.
* RoboticReveal: Episode #32 reveals [[spoiler:Gus Fring]] as a Franchise/{{Terminator}}.
* RunningGag:
** Silver Surfer gets frequently hurled into the sun.
** In episode #8, poor Cap can't seem to stop getting frozen.
* RushmoreRefacement: Luthor gets Superman to replace Washington's face on Mount Rushmore with his. [[spoiler:Superman proceeds to replace the other Presidents with carvings of himself making silly faces.]]
* SayMyName: The ''Walking Dead'' episode has more dialogue than usual. However, if you discount yawning, screaming, moaning, laughing, crying, and Stan Lee's cameo, the script only has four words, all of which are characters' names. Most of Rick Grimes' dialogue consists of calling out, "Lori! Carl!" Lee Everett's only line involves yelling, "Clementine!" [[spoiler: Finally, after Rick discovers that Lori has cheated on him with Shane Walsh, Rick growls, "Shannnne!", then beats Shane up.]]
* ScaryBlackMan: Subverted. Nick Fury here can still give a DeathGlare, but he's actually a very jolly fellow.
* TheScream: The ''Fantastic Four'' episode ends with the Thing retreating to a field and screaming so loudly, Galactus hears him from outer space and has to shush him.
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Abe.
* ScreenTap: Deadpool does this when asking the animator to draw an entrance on the temple he must explore.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Stan Lee sits on a bench outside the Baxter Building, reading a newspaper. He then witnesses two people get thrown out of a window, and one of them revealing himself to be NotQuiteDead. This sight causes him to drop his paper and walk away.
-->'''Stan Lee:''' That's it, I've had enough of this weirdness. I'm outta here.
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: Wolverine gets sent to stop an assassination that leads to the rise of the Sentinels, and also prevent the destruction of the [=True2Comics=] costume store.
* ShellShockedVeteran: Master Splinter sees his old enemies everywhere, and even attacks a harmless lamp because he's thinks it's Shredder. This worsens after he's sent to a retirement home.
* ShownTheirWork: As but one example, Davor prepared an homage to ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' by counting the number of frame it takes Batman to land on the rooftop in the opening, and drawing ''the exact same number'' of frames.
* ShoutOut: See ShoutOut.BadDays.
* SilenceIsGolden: Most of the time, no one but Stan Lee speaks, aside from grunts, laughs, cries, yells, gasps, and ahs. [[MotorMouth Not even Deadpool]]. This trope also applies to some cartoons Junaid makes aside from ''Bad Days'', such as ''Sheeped Away'' and ''Fanboy Rampage''.
* SlapSlapKiss: In ''JLA'', [[spoiler: Batman and Catwoman [[DatingCatwoman start making out]] during their fight]].
* SmokingHotSex: By Kirk and [[spoiler:an enormous alien squid/Jabba the Hutt thing.]]
* SparedByAdaptation: [[spoiler:[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ILetGwenStacyDie Gwen Stacy]]]] in ''Amazing Spider-Man 2''. Unlike the comics and movie, [[spoiler:she survives her NeckSnap and Peter finds himself having to pay a ''very expensive'' hospital bill.]]
* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Professor X uses his telepathy to make a shark eat Magneto.
* SpecialEditionTitle:
** The ''Doctor Who'' episode has an intro that evokes that of the ''DW'' revival, with the Tardis and some text going down a purple abyss.
** The title card of the ''Godzilla'' episode has someone call out his name with a fake Japanese accent.
** The ''Breaking Bad'' episode borrows the green background and smoke from the show's opening.
* SpitTake: After Rick Grimes finds a zombie near the hospital's coffee machine, he spits out his coffee all over the zombie.
* SplitPersonality: Ant-Man suffers from one.
* SpontaneousChoreography: Wolverine watches plenty of people doing this while in Japan.
* StatingTheSimpleSolution: Superman tries multiple unsuccessful attempts to get a kitten out of a tree, including shaking the tree and using his laser vision. The cat's owner tries to point out that he should just fly up and get the cat. He doesn't notice her tell him.
* StayInTheKitchen: When Wonder Woman stands by DaChief, he assumes she's supposed to be his assistant and makes her hold a tray with coffee. When she gets angry from this and smashes it, he hands her a sponge and a pail of water to clean it up.
* StewedAlive: Deadpool's sidekick Bob freaks out at being cooked alive by natives. Stan Lee is also getting cooked, but really doesn't care.
-->'''Stan''': (''tastes the soup'') [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Needs more salt]].
* TheStoic: Hellboy maintains a serious expression throughout his short. [[spoiler: He becomes NotSoStoic when the sight of Abe dancing in lederhosen surprises him.]]
* StrayShotsStrikeNothing: Subverted. After Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets, the bullets ricochet into the wall she's next to and nearly hit several policemen, as well as breaking one's coffee cup.
* SuddenlyVoiced:
** Hal Jordan exclaims, "Whee!" while getting transported to Oa.
** Captain America says, "Hi", to Black Widow after she takes him to another room.
** When Superman calls Lois about the loss of his red briefs, he seems to cry, "Oh, Lois! I can't ''(unintelligible)''" at one point.
** The young Dalek threatens, "Exterminate!", after [[spoiler:breaking into the Tardis]].
* SuperDickery: In the third Superman short plays off this due to Lex Luthor's red kryptonite collar.
* SynchroVox: What little gets shown of the 2014 ''Ninja Turtles'' movie shows the Turtles with a human mouth (Davor's, according to the commentary).
* TalkingWithSigns:
** Abe holds up a sign reading, [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe "!?"]] after [[spoiler: entering a domain with monsters dancing in lederhosen.]]
** After [[spoiler: getting beaten up by Hulk]], Loki holds up a sign asking, "Seriously?"
* TakeThat:
** The ''JLA'' episode ends with a jab at their movie languishing in DevelopmentHell: After the League fails to help the girl, Stan tells them, "Don't worry. You'll get it right someday." Then he visits a theater decorated with ads for upcoming movies in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse.
** The ''Days of Future Past'' episode spends a lot of time criticizing how different the Sentinels and the mutants' costumes look in the movie compared to [[ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast the comic]].
** The Oxygen Destroyer that Dr. Serizawa tries to throw at Godzilla instead gets flung at [[spoiler:Roland Emmerich, who becomes StrippedToTheBone as a result. Consider it Emmerich's just desserts for directing the panned ''Film/{{Godzilla 1998}}''.]]
** The entire second ''TMNT'' short was a TakeThat to Creator/MichaelBay and [[{{Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014}} his reboot film]].
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: The alien female in the ''Star Trek'' short wears bows and a bra. Her husband wears a tank top and hat.
* ThanksgivingEpisode: [[spoiler:Captain America's episode]] becomes this after [[spoiler:Nick Fury shows Cap a calendar dated 2012. The two of them notice the word "Thanksgiving" and a drawing of turkey on the current date, so Fury gathers Hawkeye and Black Widow to have dinner with them.]]
* ThreateningShark:
** Robin gets eaten by one in the ''Batman and Joker'' episode. [[spoiler:He escapes with some [[Film/BatmanTheMovie shark repellent.]]]]
** The third ''Superman'' episode has Lex Luthor dangle Lois over a pool of sharks, which Superman drops her into after becoming exposed to Red Kryptonite.
* ToadLicking: The Professor X of 1973 had a bad habit of this.
* TookALevelInBadass: At the climax of the episode ''Batman and Joker'', [[spoiler:Robin turns into Nightwing. However, he turns out to still be just as silly as ever.]]
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Venom loves ice cream.
* TreasureMap: Deadpool follows one to a temple on an island that has a big black X on it.
* TwitchyEye:
** Rick Grimes develops one at the end of the ''Walking Dead'' short, while tightly hugging Lori after the defeat of the zombies and [[spoiler: Shane]].
** Watching the 2014 ''Ninja Turtles'' movie causes Michelangelo to develop this.
* UnderwearOfPower: Snatch Superman's red briefs and he'll lose the will to fight.
* UnexplainedRecovery: Thanos [[spoiler:got turned into a chicken]] at the end of episode #18, but returned back to normal by episode #34.
* UnknownRival: Sort of, Thor is camping out with Loki, but isn't even aware that Loki spends the whole day trying to kill him.
* UniquePilotTitleSequence: ''Disassembled'' begins with simply the text, "''Disassembled'' By Junaid Chundrigar" displayed over heroes' weapons and emblems, and with different music than the following ''Bad Days'' episodes. Also, when Stan Lee re-posted the video on World of Heroes, he added a live-action introduction starring himself.
* UnusualChapterNumbers: ''Disassembled'' bears the number zero because it was originally just considered a self-contained short with the same premise and animators. It didn't officially become a ''Bad Days'' episode until some time during season two.
* VillainsOutShopping: Both J. Jonah Jameson and [[DoctorOctopus Doc Ock]] are shopping for groceries at the same time as Spider-Man.
* VillainyFreeVillain: Neither Venom, Vulture, nor Doc Ock do anything evil. Venom seems too dumb to be evil, Vulture too old, and Ock, when confronted with Spider-Man, merely [[DeathGlare glares at him menacingly]] and grabs some fruit with his claw to eat.
* VisualPun: ''Days of Future Past'' has Kitty Pryde phase out of a closet. At the time, Kitty's second movie actress, Creator/EllenPage, had just recently revealed herself as a lesbian.
* VomitDiscretionShot: At the end of the ''Iron Man'' episode. [[spoiler: Subverted immediately after. All over Nick Fury.]]
* VomitIndiscretionShot:
** After Toad watches Cyclops help Jean Grey put on some sunscreen, he tries to copy him by throwing up on Mystique, then rubbing the barf on her back.
** Tony does a lot of throwing up in his second short.
* [[invoked]]{{Wangst}}: PlayedForLaughs in ''Man of Steel''. Superman gets so torn up about not having his red briefs that he grows a BeardOfSorrow, ignores disasters attacking Metropolis, and calls up Lois Lane while crying so hard he fills up the phone booth.
* WeirdnessMagnet: Stan Lee. Lampshaded in episode 18, when Thanos summons him.
-->'''Stan Lee''': Ah hell. Not again.
* WhatTheHellHero: The people of Metropolis, with help from Stan Lee, chew out Superman for his wonton destruction of the city.
-->'''Stan Lee''': Hey! Stop destroying everything! C'mon, act like a [[PrecisionFStrike damn]] hero!\\
[[spoiler:''(removes Red Kryptonite neckband)'']]
* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: ComicBook/GhostRider owns a different store whenever he shows up.
* WomanScorned:
** After Rogue catches ComicBook/{{Gambit}} flirting with Emma Frost, [[spoiler: she steals his powers and energy, then turns her cup into an explosive, which she throws at Emma]].
** Wasp repeatedly zaps an ant that [[ItMakesSenseInContext she suspects Ant-Man cheated on her with]]. [[spoiler:After she finds out that they had a baby, she attacks Ant-Man as well.]]
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: Gamora and Drax wield a sword and knives, respectively, while waiting to attack Thanos, but after an impatient Gamora slices the bathroom stall open, Drax drops the knives and [[Wrestling/{{Batista}} Batista Bombs]] Thanos instead.[[note]]As someone noted in a [=YouTube=] comment, the animation for this scene looks more like a [[Wrestling/TheUndertaker Tombstone Piledriver]] than a Batista Bomb, but Davor has stated that he meant to make Drax perform the latter.[[/note]]
* YouDidntSeeThat: As Namor searches the closets of Baxter Building, he comes across Doctor Doom hidden inside. Doom stares at him blankly and silently shuts the door.
* YouDontLookLikeYou:
** ''Disassembled'' shows a Bruce Banner resembling Mark Ruffalo, the second actor to portray him in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse. Later appearances make Banner look more like in the original comics.
** Godzilla underwent a drastic redesign in between episodes #23 and #29, making him look more faithful to the Japanese movies.
** The Guardians of the Galaxy boast different appearances in episodes #12 and #34. In the commentary for episode #34, Junaid explains that the newer designs proved easier to draw in motion.
* YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe: How Hellboy seems to react to the thought of flushing himself down an old lady's toilet to fight monsters.

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