Ascended Meme: As of the Xbox LIVE Arcade release of Doom II, most of the Achievements are named after several lines from this very comic, such as "Important Looking Door" being obtained by finding a secret, and "You Have Huge Guts" for killing a Cyberdemon with your fists.
Brutal Doom, a Doom mod that takes some inspiration from this comic book, gives player the ability to RIPANDTEAR enemies with your bare hands upon grabbing a Berserk pack or Demon Strength Rune.
Ax-Crazy: "I've got a handful of vertebrae and a headful of mad! Yeah, that's your spinal cord, baby! Dig it!"
Badass: Okay, the Doom Guy seems completely insane in here, but he still kills a lot of stuff!
The Berserker: Doom Guy starts the comic under the effects of a Berserk Pack. When it wears off, he becomes a little more coherent.
BFG: "Mine eyes can but weep as they bear witness to the majesty... The BFG 9000!"
Buffy Speak: "Sweet Christmas! Big-mouthed floating thingies! It's always something!"
Companion Cube: "At this particular moment in time, I don't think I have a healthier or more deeply-felt respect for any other object in the universe than this here Shotgun." ...Then again, he's probably gone completely insane, so Cargo Ship, perhaps?
Gun Porn: Sort of. After claiming "Guns are for wusses!" and promptly needing one, "Doomguy" effectively fetishizes the guns he finds; so much that at one point, much in the manner of a classical pick-up artist, he claims he's "All about that plasma rifle" (and baby, it's all about him!)
Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Let's see. He's got a "positive goal" (killing demons), he performs over-the-top grisly deeds (killing demons), he loves what he's doing (killing demons), and it's all Played for Laughs (killing de- I mean, "yes, most probably"). The Doom Marine in this story most likely qualifies.
Up to Eleven: "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!"
Warrior Monk: Sort of. After finding the BFG 9000, the "Doomguy"s normal tough-guy rhetoric is suddenly replaced by expressions one expects to hear from a classical warrior priest (although, to be fair, he does end it with his classical, every-word-a-catchphrase style).