- The Black Brick Road Of OZ's Pepper, the Wicked Witch of the East, dies being crushed by a house. With lots of blood.
- Everyday Heroes is normally all-ages suitable ... except for the few pages where Wrecking Paul shows his true colors.
- Homestuck is practically a love letter to this trope. Because Homestuck is about KIDS AND FUN
- minus might look all cutesey and colourful, with the main character being a (super-powered, Reality Warper) kid who normally just wants to have fun, but some of the things the eponymous character does implies this trope, providing a certain amount of Fridge Horror. Though mitigated by the fact Death Is Cheap in-universe, and people seem to quite happily end up existing as ghosts in the afterlife...
- The Order of the Stick manages to have a few - quite surprising, for a Stick Figure Comic. For starters, there's Belkar, who has a thing for making accessories out of the kobolds he kills (claiming his first such victim's life off-screen, but taking the top of his skull as a hat). Then there's the prequel novel Start of Darkness, where the paladins slaughter Redcloak's entire hometown, Redcloak uses "Smite" to shatter a paladin's face while he's still alive, and Xykon establishes his modus operandi of zombifying his victims or otherwise preventing their resurrection in an otherwise revival-friendly story.
- In The Silver Eye, Bhatair Hollingsworth is beheaded, then chopped into tiny pieces.
Aetius:Cut him up until he is no longer recognizable as being human. He has to be so dead, not even Blue can save him.
- While Sluggy Freelance isn't for children, Pete Abrams does try to keep it PG-13 ... except when he wants to tear people apart like wet tissue paper. He apparently caught some flak for a strip where a demon rips a person in half, then, realizing he forgot to ask questions before killing her, tries to mash the two halves back together.
- Sonic the Comic – Online!, a Darker and Edgier fan continuation of the already dark British Sonic the Comic, has Tekno killing a villain known as "Set", complete with a Gory Discretion Shot by beating him to death. Nevertheless, fans were not happy about this.
- In Unsounded while the deaths themselves occur offstage, we are presented with the aftermath of Starfish beating Ephsephim's brains out and especially Duane killing and starting to devour Turas. When we first see the scene, he's in the process of chowing down on his eye.