Fridge / EC Comics

  • Fridge Horror: The whole premise of the Anvilicious EC Comics story Judgment Day, when you think about it. The story is about robots who are divided between those with orange and blue casings, with the orange robots being bigoted against the blue robots, who are treated as second class citizens, even though the only difference is the casings. Now then, it is established that the robots have not changed their programming at all since the humans put them on their own planet, so that means that the humans intentionally programmed the robots to be racist.
  • Fridge Logic: (from the movie) If Carl Maitland is stuck reliving the same accident over and over, and Ralph Jason is immortal thanks to his wife's wish, how can the Crypt Keeper send them to Hell? And isn't it kind of redundant to do so anyway?
    • It is likely that he was NOT stuck into this and that the second time he died for good. As for Jason it is a plothole though it could be explained by his friend taking the statue and wishing for him to die and rest in peace. The statue wouldn't have to twist the wish at all to make him suffer, all things considered.
  • Fridge Brilliance: In the comic story "While the Cat's Away", the Crypt Keeper uses the alias T. Charles Kingman. The initials are the beginning letters of his usual moniker.