Crosses The Line Twice / Fan Fic

  • In Queen of All Oni, when Jade goes trick or treating, if she didn't like what she got, she goes back and throws LIVE RATS in the poor people's faces!
  • Jesus and Hitler, A Romance. Pretty much Exactly What It Says on the Tin. As one review put it:
    This is the single most disgusting nasty offensive thing I've ever read. And it's bloody amazing!
  • This piece of fanart for Team Fortress 2 references a throwaway line in the game about Sniper's "Kangaroo Wife", but rather than go the obvious route it subverts it... then crosses it... then crosses it again, all while being bloody hilarious.
    • The same artist does it again, this time with The Spy.
  • My Immortal pretty much runs on this, either intentionally or not.
    • As does Thirty Hs, which crosses the line so many times it may win the all-time achievement award for line-crossing.
  • The death of Mami in Puella Magi Madoka Magica was disturbing. Some of the fanart reacting to that, like this one (NSFW ads)... Not so much.
    • It's more like it's more common to see Mami and Charlotte to be together in a completely happy situation. To the point that it's one of the more common pairings in the show's Shipping fandom.
  • Latias' Journey crosses the line a billion times. It is unimaginably gory but it is so over the top that it starts getting funny.
  • Arguably, the later installment of the Poké Wars series are getting to be like this.
  • The Last War goes so over the top in its portrayal of Ron as the Potterverse's answer to Trevor Morgan that it becomes a total farce very quickly. Even before the A-Team show up.
  • The entire premise of Theory of Chaos is this trope taken Up to Eleven.
    • Basically what happens is a Doumon¬ bewitches all the tamers except for Takato into becoming the embodiment of each of the seven deadly sins so we now have Rika Nonaka as a frieking avatar of lust!. The whole thing is just so WRONG it's hilarious, and Ruki and Chaos' comments make it that much better.
  • Virtually any story by the 6 foot dick (With such a name, what did you expect?!).
  • The Legend of Link: Lucky Number 13 does this on occasion by treating extreme violence and shady morality casually.
    • When Link goes to save Takara and Varia, he is confronted by camouflaged soldiers. He drives them into a fear-driven frenzy and uses magic to jam their guns so they are forced to bash and pummel each other to death. The bastards deserve it, but the drama ends the moment Link reasons there's "something missing" and, for no reason other than his amusement, follows up with a casual instruction: "Mouths only."
    • Following on from that scene, the shadow demon goes on to graphically mutilate and kill 12 women and 28 children (the families of the scientists responsible for Takara and Varia's torment) on Link's orders. Deadly serious? Yes. Morally questionable? Absolutely. The shadow demon musing on a name for itself, then treating the survivors' shocked silence the way an inexperienced comedian would regard an audience that wasn't laughing? Hilarious.
    Still, no one spoke, which seemed to make the creature genuinely uncomfortable.
    "No? Shade? Shady?"
    The men stood silent, tears and mucus streaming down their faces, but the creature continued. Its flippancy and their inability to make it respect their loved ones' lost lives made them cry harder.
    "The Hand, then? Handy? No? None of those?"
  • In Bella Swan Pregnant And Furious, Satan gets beaten so hard by Bella (yes, that Bella), that his internal organs start coming out of his mouth. He is left "toothless and organless", "coughing blood and trembling with pain."
  • Cartman's Revenge, also on DeviantArt as South Park: Tasteless Theatre is a disgusting satirical lampooning of the Aurora Theatre Shooting that was released a week after the fact. Not mention the author has gone on record stating that he thought up the idea moments after it happened and planned to release the story the day after the fact, but thought it would be too tasteless.
  • The NSFW short story "Peach's Double Life", which details in rather explicit manner Princess Peach's sexual affairs between Mario and Bowser on the occasions she's being rescued by the former and being "kidnapped" by the latter. If that wasn't enough, it then goes into a detailed account of "Bowser Jr's spiky shell, unknowingly, used for the sexual pleasure of Peach, as she births him."
  • A very common plot in fanfiction of the Pokémon anime is to rewrite the story from the beginning, with Ash supposedly being smarter and more awesome. As one might expect, most do nothing but turn him into a God Mode Stu. However, The Greatest There Was Or Ever Will Be manages to avoid this trap simply by making Ash so far ahead of his canon self that it becomes comical — imagine Ash channeling the heroine of Medaka Box, and one wouldn't be too far off.
  • Sonic X: Dark Chaos crosses the line tons of times, with hilariously gory violence, Rule of Cool, Unfortunate Implications galore, and black comedy child molestation. The setting in general crosses tons of lines too - one of the Jewish Republic's most powerful units are Humongous Mecha powered by the souls of Holocaust victims, and the Muslims of the Emirate of Mecca pacify captured populations with female genital mutilation on a planetary scale (to be honest, the Muslims themselves except for Abduhl and al-Walim are so near-cartoonishly evil that they alone could be considered this trope).
    • Most of the Black Comedy in the story falls headfirst into this trope;
    D'Arnazhee: Looks like these Jews couldn't find any foreskins. Not really 'chosen people' material.
    Beelzebub after raping Chris and nearly raping Cosmo: They were a bit tight, but don't worry, I think they've loosened up now.
    • Episode 68 gives us this gem when Jesus starts angsting about all the people killed in the Angel invasion of the galaxy;
    al-Walim: Look on the bright side, at least they weren't aborted.
    Tobit: And you got rid of the gays. I mean, you know how much Allysion hates fags.
  • As with most interpretations of the character, The Joker absolutely skips rope with the line in one of his two brief appearances in Angel of the Bat. Most of the presentations of death in the story are very dark handled seriously. But then The Joker kills some workers and employees of Arkham Asylum, his reasons for doing so including "Making bad meatloaf", "Stealing an extra package of cream cheese" and "I just never liked you." When confronting The Fundamentalist (and later Big Bad) Daniel Lebowitz, Joker says he doesn't like religion because it promotes bigotry, and he prefers to kill everyone instead of specific people.
  • Supper Smash Bros Mishonh From God makes all gays and 'lesbians' into licentious Hollywood Satanists, who want nothing more than to turn others gay by 'rapping' them, so that they change to being homosexual. Anytime this happens, it is done completely inaccurately, and is extremely over-the-top that it becomes a complete laugh.