Episodes in the US dub that stuck close to the original Japanese script use the above while episodes that deviated from the original script tended to use "I will right wrongs and triumph over evil, and that means you!" (In fact, in the second episode of the dub, Luna attempts to correct Serena after she uses the "correct" version for the first time.)
Funnily enough, the Trope Namer is a parody of such speeches. The thing Usagi was punishing in the name of the moon was always the least evil part of the Evil Plan, the jaywalking portion of Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking, leading to much facepalming. For example, in one episode, the villains had taken over an ice cream parlor, frozen the people in it at the time (planning on disposing of them later), and were using the parlor to serve Hate Plague-infected ice cream. The Sailor Soldiers burst in, and thus saith our hero: "Girls love ice cream! How dare you use it in your evil plan! We won't allow you to get away with it anymore! In the name of the moon, we'll punish you!"
The other Senshi had their own, albeit shorter speeches that were seldom used.
Mars: "Solder of Flame and Passion, Pretty Sailor Suited Soldier, Sailor Mars! In the name of Mars, I will chastise you!"
Mercury: "Soldier of Love and Intelligence, Pretty Sailor-Suited Soldier, Sailor Mercury! Douse yourself in Cold Water and Repent"
Jupiter: "Thunder and Courage, Pretty Sailor-Suited Soldier, Sailor Jupiter! I will beat you into submission!"
Venus: "Soldier of Love and Beauty, Pretty Sailor-Suited Soldier, Sailor Venus! In the name of Venus I bring divine punishment!
The Outer Senshi had their own speeches too. When Uranus and Neptune would appear (surrounded by rose petals, of course), they had a speech:
Uranus: Guided by the new era, Sailor Uranus, appearing magnificent! Neptune: Also Guided by the new era, Sailor Neptune, appearing elegant!
When Pluto joined the group, they had a longer and more complicated speech describing the planets they came from.
Uranus: My guardian is a planet far up in the heavens. Soldier of the sky; Sailor Uranus! Neptune: My guardian is a planet of sea and sand. Soldier of embrace; Sailor Neptune! Pluto: My guardian is the planet suspended in time and space. Solider of revolution; Sailor Pluto! All three: The three soldiers of the outer solar system, being led by a new crisis, have arrived!
Saturn gets one too. Saturn: My guardian is the planet of silence. Soldier of ruin and birth; Sailor Saturn!*
"Hametsu to tanjou no senshi," not, shi to saisei no senshi. Her powers have nothing, absolutelynothing, to do with rebirth. More about this common fan misconception here.
The Sailor Starlights from the last season had their own speech too. Initially, their intro had shades of West Side Story, and would go: "Penetrating the darkness of night, the wind of freedom breaks through! Sailor Star Fighter, Sailor Star Maker, Sailor Star Healer; Sailor Starlights have arrived!" Later, they would get their own individual introductions as well as their better known announcement, "Sailor Starlights, stage on!"
During the final season this sequence was lampshaded a few times, with villains throwing protests between sentences, or even escaping during the montage. And then there was that one memorable sequence indoors where Sailor Moon's unwieldy costume managed to break quite a few vases and lamps as she made her speech and pose.
Moon: Pretty Soldier of Love and Justice, Sailor Moon! In the name of the Moon, I'll punish you!"
Mercury: Soldier of Water and Wisdom, Sailor Mercury! In the name of Mercury, I'll punish you!"
Mars: Soldier of Flame and Passion, Sailor Mars! In the name of Mars, I'll punish you!"
Jupiter: Soldier of Thunder and Courage, Sailor Jupiter! In the name of Jupiter, I'll punish you!"
Venus: Soldier of Love and Beauty, Sailor Venus! In the name of Venus, I'll punish you!"
They also had a variant for group announcements, where they'd each say their first sentence in turn, then their "in the name of * insert celestial body here* " bit, before announcing "We'll punish you!" as a group.
At one point in Lucky Star's Lucky Channel, when Akira was ill, yet she still showed up in that segment, one of the things Minoru says she says is "I will lecture you in the name of Mars!"
Lampshade Hanging: While Nagisa and Honoka in Futari wa Pretty Cure automatically make their speeches from the first, Nagisa at least is rather upset that she doesn't seem to have a choice about it — "What am I saying?" and "I said something weird again!" are just two of the comments she makes. In a later episode, she becomes annoyed when another pair of girls consistently misquote her part of the speech.
For those not in the know, their 'In the name on the moon' speech goes like this:
Black: Emissary of light, Cure Black! White: Emissary of light, Cure White! Both: We are Pretty Cure! (ka-ching!) White: The beautiful souls of Pretty Cure- Black: -shall crush your evil heart!
Bloom: The shining golden flower, Cure Bloom! Egret: The sparkling silver wing, Cure Egret! Both: We are Pretty Cure! (ka-ching!) Egret: Those who desecrate the Holy Fountains... Bloom: ...stop your cruel behavior!
And Yes! Pretty Cure 5 takes it a step further by giving each girl her own speech, as well as one for the whole team ("The power of hope and the lights of the future! Five hearts flapping beautiful wings! Yes! Pretty Cure 5!" (ka-ching! again).
Fresh Pretty Cure! isn't different either. The girls follow a certain pattern when they say their respective speeches, and they have one for the team as well, a very simple one: "Let's! Pretty Cure!" (third ka-ching!).
Fushigi Yuugi sends up the practice in its first episode, in which Miaka confronts a gang of street thugs:
"Heaven may forgive you, but Miaka Yuki does not! In the name of the heavens, I'll punish you!" — Miaka
In episode 5, Miaka strikes a Sailor Moon pose while dreaming about the food.
It's something of an in-joke;Kae Araki, Miaka's voice actress, stood in for Kotono Mitsuishi as Sailor Moon when the latter was out for appendicitis. She would return to the show as the regular voice of Chibi-Usa/Sailor Chibimoon.
Revolutionary Girl Utena: "Grant me the power to bring the world revolution!" This is technically a Borrowed Catchphrase or simply what anyone says while drawing the Sword of Dios, however, as demonstrated by the first episode where it's used by Saionji.
Naturally, Excel Saga gets in an explicit parody — of Sailor Moon, of course, as Usagi and Excel have the same voice actress in Japanese. Excel berates a band of gangsters who are selling counterfeit animation cels and declares, "In the name of the moon, I will spank you!" (in the North American dub, it becomes, "In the name of the toons, I will punish you!"), complete with Sailor Moon's trademark gestures. Just to hammer the point home, though, she's standing in front of a sheet metal crescent moon and wearing tennis balls and lengths of rope in her hair. In the English dub, Excel also states that she wanted to audition for Sailor Moon, but it was dubbed in Canada.
The manga has Iwata, as the closest the Daitenjin get to The Hero, lurch between a few of these: "Are there any bad children here?!?" or "Er... I take command of the heavens and the earth from now on!", for instance.
Science Ninja Team Gatchaman — Ken's common speech "Sometimes five, sometimes one! The white shadow that moves unseen! Science Ninja Team Gatchaman!!" to announce his or the team's presence. Alone or in smaller groups, the other members may do a lesser speech, but usually just shout their rank and name: "Science Ninja Team G-2, Condor no Joe!!" etc.
The Samurai Pizza Cats would give an introduction to pretty much every fight they were about to jump into. While it was different every time in the Dub version, the Japanese version had them repeat a uniform motto everytime. The Rescue Team had their own version of this.
Dokkoida has both the eponymous hero and Neruloid Girl use this trope; it has the Lampshade that they're trying to sell their power suits to the companies they're working for, so they have to help sell the merchandise.
Mew Ichigo's "I'll be your server for the earth's future -nya!" in Tokyo Mew Mew. Fans of the English dub know this one as "Mew Mew style, Mew Mew grace, Mew Mew Power, in your face".
The English manga translates it as, "For your evil actions, I will make you pay!"
Corrector Yui found it hard to think up a pre-battle catchphrase that had to do with deleting things off a computer; she decided on "You'll go in the recycle bin and be empty, empty, emptied!" Lampshaded in one episode;
Virus: What does that even mean? Yui: It has no meaning!
In the Angelic Layer anime, each Deus must think of an entry line that announces their Angel before competing.
Misaki Suzuhara: Wings of an angel! Please guide me and Hikaru!
Princess Tutu: In nearly every episode, the title character transforms into her Magical Girl form and teaches the Monster of the Week the evil of its ways through ballet (as strange as it sounds). Every encounter is initiated with the invitation, "Will you dance with me?" and the exact same footage.
Team Rocket from Pokémon recite their motto — the same motto — every time they appear, no matter what they've come to do (although they've been known to humorously modify it on a situational basis), and are often accompanied by special effects from nowhere that disappear a moment later.
They do change the motto with each new generation, though.
This does not go unnoticed by the protagonists, who even perform a version of it themselves in the episode with Ditto. Team Rocket is not happy with this.
They have one prepared, not only for their arrival, but for their inevitable defeat.
There was an episode where they get interrupted during said motto.
That would be Pokemon the Movie 2000, also known as the Power of One.
Jessie: "To protect the world from devestation!"
James: "To protect all people within our nation!"
Ash (interrupting) "I'll have to catch this on video!"
Team Rocket (in unison): "WHAT?!"
Kamina, then Simon, and eventually the entirety of Team Dai-Gurren of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann often launch into inspirational speeches against whatever enemy they may be facing (even when that enemy isthe moon), and will always end it with some variation of the phrase "Who the hell do you think I am?". Given the nature of the show, the enemy will then be utterly, explosively destroyed seconds later.
Kanako: Dubba dubba dubba! Relaxation Combat Team Valerian, at your service!
The Children in Zettai Karen Children usually perform a roll call when their power limiters are released. The roll call is usually relevant to the situation and frequently comes with heroic posing and colored smoke. Variations of it are frequent, such as adding "... and Wild Cat" to the end when Naomi joins, and Aoi doing one of these when she's on a mission solo.
Often someone will then rebuke them for standing on the table or setting off pyrotechnics in an enclosed space.
In Naruto, this just isn't done by working shinobi, but Konohamaru and friends do it all the time as little kids playing Ninja pre-Time Skip. Genre Savvy may be involved.
Subverted in Mai-Otome when Haruka issues a verbal challenge to Aswad leader Midori before she changes into her Robe, and promptly faceplants when Yukino tells her that she hasn't given Haruka authorization to use her powers yet.
"You who stand before me, desiring destruction... so shall you be destroyed."
At one point in the Hellsing manga, the Iscariot Organisation give a pre-battle speech that takes up an entire chapter, "The Screamer" ("We are Iscariot, the Zealot Judas!"). Granted, Anderson does chop up a few vampires while saying his parts, but no one else does.
Yu-Gi-Oh! tends to feature this when the God Cards are summoned. This was featured much less in GX, but Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds reintroduced this with the speeches all the characters give when they Synchro Summon a Monster (Yusei: "Clustering stars will call upon a new power; become the path of light it shines upon!"), although the "dub"*
In a Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo manga chapter, there's a villain named Ruby, complete with the V Sign, who says, "In the name of the heavens, I'll punish you!" Almost immediately afterward, Bobobo dumps her in a trash can.
Inverted word-wise with Haran Banjo of Daitarn 3. Those who do not fear the shine of the sun can come and bring it.
"People should neither bring harm to themselves, nor to others. That is the guiding principle of my martial arts. But this does not apply to those who have gone astray! Since you lack discipline, I'll have to set you straight. COME ON!"
Dancougar's Shinobu Fujiwara said this before using the Finishing Move: "The love in our hearts will slice through evil's darkness! DANKUUKOUGAKEN! YATTE YARUZE!"
Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt: "O wicked spirit born of a lost soul in limbo, receive judgment from the garb of the Holy Virgin; cleansed of worldly impurities; return to Heaven and Earth. Repent!"
And in an interesting twist, a version used by the villains. "May the earth shatter, may the oceans dry up, may the sun extinguish itself; grant upon us the power of Our Lord Satan in Hell. We are demons! High-class Commander Demons!"
It seems more of them trying to figure out whether the alien Ghosts even HAVE their own version of Heaven.
Somehow, the English dub managed to throw a Mother F Bomb into the speech in the first episode.
In Pokémon Special, all the Sinnoh Gym Leaders, minus Byron (who was providing support from underground) and Volkner (who didn't bother to show up), shout out their names and titles before charging in and attacking the Galactic Admins.
The full version is oddly similar to the Panty & Stocking example above. Here's the dubbed version:
O pitiful shadow lost in the darkness,
bringing torment and pain to others.
O damned soul wallowing in sin.
Perhaps...it is time to die?
THE iDOLM@STER - Parodied by Ami and Mami during the incident where Iori's pudding disappeared.
In Kodomo no Jikan, Houin-sensei says one of these when dressed up as the main character from Saint Rose.
Machine Robo: Revenge of Chronos involves something similar with Sailor Moon. Whenever there's a baddie wreaking havoc, Rom Stoll will interrupt with "MATTE/WAIT!!", followed with a description of something, usually about virtues and justice, in which Rom will end it with "People call it (insert definition here)". The bad guy will get on with it, unable to understand why Rom would say that... they'll then ask who the hell is he that he got the guts to speech them like that. That's the cue for Rom to finish his whole speech with "You don't deserve to know my name!/I have no name to give for scums like you!", then begins kicking ass.
Stupendous Man attempts one of these speeches after transforming from Mild-Mannered Calvin (and getting stuck in a locker):
S... for Stupendous! T... for Tiger, ferocity of! U... for Underwear, red! P... for Power, incredible! E... for Excellent physique! N... for... um... something... hm, well, I'll come back to that... D... for Determination! U... for.. wait, how do you spell this? Is it "I"??
And let us not overlook Green Lantern. Even though he rarely says it where the villain of the day can hear him, it still is a classic example:
In brightest day, in darkest night, No evil shall escape my sight Let those who worship evil's might Beware my power — Green Lantern's Light!
The Green Lantern invocations were often customized for individuals and races. One of the more interesting variations comes from a story by Alan Moore, with a Green Lantern from a race that had no concept of visual light:
In loudest din, In hush profound, My ears hear evil's slightest sound. Let those who toll out evil's knell Beware my power — The F-Sharp Bell!
In Fire's Red Moon, Sailor Moon still makes her same introductory speeches. Only since she's an ardent communist in this Alternate Universe, they play out a little differently. Like when a youma attacks a cram school...
Sailor Moon: "People like these provide the intellectual capital for our nation, capital that should be in the hands of the workers, not some elitist minority. By attacking this centre of learning, you are denying their futures and attacking the State as a whole. In the name of the People, I shall punish you!"
Example (and inversion): in Pulp Fiction, Jules Winfield's (mis)quoting the Biblical book of Ezekiel before pulling the trigger.
The eponymous white blood cell in Osmosis Jones yells "Stop! Immunity!" at perps, rather than "Stop! Police!"
The Highlander heroes always had "There can be only one!", both in the films and the TV series.
The Lord of the Rings: Frodo defies the Nazgul at Rivendell, "By Elbereth and Luthien the Fair, you shall have neither the Ring nor me!" (Sadly omitted from the films.note Except in the Ralph Bakshi film, where Frodo says instead, "By all the Shire, you shall have neither the Ring nor me!")
Justified, because the name of Elbereth harms/drives off bad guys on at least one occasion.
Beowulf issues formal challenges (and formal boasts at the mead hall the night before).
The heroes of Homer's Iliad do likewise, down to formulaic repetition originally designed to allow extemporaneous reciters of epic poetry to keep to the meter. Thus this is Older Than Feudalism.
In Diane Duane's Young Wizards and Feline Wizardry books, protocol normally requires a similarly ritualized challenge upon meeting the adversarial Lone Power: "Eldest, Fairest and Fallen, greetings and defiance!" Oh, and always remember to ask the Transcendent Pig the meaning of life when you meet him (the older wizards hope that one day he'll just answer reflexively).
You do have to be taught to say these things — it's not the Magical Girl's automatic posturing. But the intent is still there.
One of the books of the series The Destroyer had Chiun make an announcement seeming like this, to several international crime bosses he was about to slaughter: "Jackals of crime and despoilers of men, prepare yourselves for death. It is the Hour of the Cat." However, this particular turn of phrase apparently doesn't occur in the other books.
The "roll calls" themselves count. Most teams will have each member say a phrase and/or their Ranger designation while getting into their Ass Kicking Pose. (No, bad guys never interrupt this by shooting at them). So too do every Super Sentai. These can get quite long, and trying to list them would probably be a page in itself...
Engine Sentai Go-onger took the roll call thing to its logical, hilarious extreme. The Rangers rhyming roll call phrases. There's a roll call for the Gaiarc Ministers. There was a one-shot roll call for one branch of Gaiarc, done by the branch's minister, the vice-minister, and the attack bot du jour. There's a roll call for all 12 Engines (the ones who couldn't speak had their growls subtitled on the side of the screen). There's a roll call for all four combined forms, plus the support robot Goroader GT. When the Yellow, Silver, and a villainess make an all-girl band, G3 Princess (G3 for Go-onger, Go-on Wings, and Gaiarc), they had a roll call (it still rhymes). Ironically, its counterpart Power Rangers RPM took itself a little more seriously than most seasons and did away with roll calls entirely.
If you mention Kamen Rider, you have to mention Stronger: "The heavens call me...the Earth calls me...humanity calls me...they call upon me to defeat evil! Listen, evil-doers! I am a warrior of justice! Kamen Rider Stronger!"
In Kamen Rider Fourze Kamen Rider Meteor says something along the lines of "Kamen Rider Meteor, your fate is mine to decide!" whenever he appears. As a Meteor Storm, the lines changed into "Kamen Rider Meteor Storm, my fate will deliver a storm!"
A much more straightforward one as opposed to Fourze's "Space is here!/It's space time!".*
In Japanese: Uchuu Kita!
Fourze also has this after shouting the above speech: "Kamen Rider Fourze! Let's settle this one-on-one!"
The heroes of Kamen Rider Double have "Now, count up your sins!" (or "crimes," depending on your preference, as both are valid translations.)
This is also very common in all sorts of Japanese live-action series, including jidai-geki (samurai shows). The heros of series like Abarenbo Shogun, Mito Komon, Tokugawa Buraicho, etc., all have set phrases they invoke before taking on hordes of mooks.
Mito Komon is slightly different — not necessarily a subversion — as the phrase is accompanied by proof that the Old Man the bad guys have been trying to kill is actually "extremely" important. Very often, this is followed by the horde of mooks getting on their hands and knees, begging for forgiveness.
Hayakawa Ken, The Ace of Kaiketsu Zubat, had a different take on it. When confronting a bouncer or hired gun, each of whom held great confidence in their particular skill (swords, guns, cutlery, swords while blindfolded, archery...), he would tell them that their level of skill was "only No. 2 in Japan". When asked, he would 'whistle' and thumb at himself, then proceed to completely upstage the bouncer.
Also, when confronting the episode's Big Bad, Ken will sum up all the horrible stuff the villain had done before telling them that they had to pay.
In every generation of Sukeban Deka — there have been four primary live adaptations over the past few decades plus several movies — the heroine has speech like this, different in every version. The director of the latest version, the 2006 film, has admitted he was tempted to use all the predecessors' speeches, but eventually settled for a new speech unique to the film.
Several songs by by Manowar could probably be played before or during a massacre.
"You wanted the best, you got the best! The hottest band in the world, KISS!"
Some, but not all, WWE superstars have intro music that begins with their version of In the Name of the Moon. Examples include The Rock's, "If you smellllll..."; Shelton Benjamin's "Ain't no stopping me now"; Edge's "You think you know me"; MVP's "We Ballin..."; John Cena's "Your time is up..."; and Triple H's "Time to play the game. TIME TO PLAY THE GAME!"
Although these depend on the actual definition, but tend to be especially common with Divas. Examples: The giggling at the beginning of Trish Stratus's music, "You're not man enough for me" for Michelle McCool, "Don't treat me like a woman" for Chyna, "I aint a lady to mess with", for Victoria you get the idea.
The Miz: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWESOOOOOOOME. Followed up by: I CAME TO PLAY!!!
While he was with WWE: KENNEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY.
Randy Orton: "I HEAR VOICES IN MY HEAD!!" and before that it was "HEY!!"
Chris Jericho: You know I Got Ya, Yeah. One, BREAK THE WALLS DOWN!!!
The opening riffs to Brock Lesnar's theme. Also with the breaking glass of Steve Austin's.
In Skies of Arcadia, not only do the various characters of the game do this traditionally, they shout "Moons! Give me strength!" before each spell is cast. Fina does this for her special attacks and later, so does Ramirez.
Ishida Mitsunari of Samurai Warriors 3 gets to say the phrase in a certain stage (just replace "the moon" with "Lord Hideyoshi"), which earned him the nickname "Sailor Mofunari" both for this line and his furry outfit in the third game.
Sanger Zonvolt of Super Robot Wars gets a short version (in the "hero of antiquity" vein): "I am Sanger — Sanger Zonvolt! I am the sword that cleaves evil!"
Other pilots, especially of Super Robots or when using special weapons like the Shishio Blade, get in their own as well. "There are two stars of calamity...", "One punch can't destroy the world, but it can certainly destroy you!", etc.
Touya does this as well Ja-Mu! In the name of my blade, Name of Mech, I will defeat you!
The badassery of this speech is further augmented when the robot, normally concealed by a face mask that only reveals one glowing green eye, showing a rather feminine face, which then SAYS THE SPEECH AT THE SAME TIME, WITH ITS MOUTH MOVING. To add more to its sheer over-the-top nature, the left and right sides of the screen get this flowery, golden border and gold text runs across the screen, all to paralyze its target.
Each individual in the Nippon Ichi game Phantom Brave seems to have their own phrase before entering into a battle. While this causes a Battle Aura, it's not entirely clear if it does anything else.
Ash:"You will go no further! For her sake, I will not fail!"
It can get quite exaggerated, as near everyone in the game has one. The Raven Captains, Sprout, Raphael, Walnut, even Marona.
And in the Nippon Ichi game La Pucelle: Tactics, the main character is likely to yell things like "In the name of the Maiden of Light" and "Repent!" before proceeding beating the crap out of a boss.
Games where you select and give commands to multiple characters (RPGs, RTSs, etc...) often have "chatter" that they give whenever you interact with them:
Minsc, of the Baldur's Gate series, is famous for his amusingly overblown battle chatter:
"Camaraderie, adventure, and steel on steel. The stuff of legend! Right Boo?" "Butt-kicking! For goodness!" "Feel the burning stare of my HAMSTER and change your ways!"
"I grow tired of shouting battle cries while fighting this mage! Boo will finish his eyes so he does not rise again! Evil, meet my sword! SWORDMEET EEVIIILL!!!"
Killer7 has a boss who does a parody of Magical Girl intros: "Like a flower that blooms in the soil of our carnal and corrupt society, I shall administer retribution to stray vermin that graze this land. For I am the Chairman of the Education Guidance Council, Ayame Blackburn!" It's a fifteen-year-old girl in a very creepy anime-girl mask and carrying a machine gun. Also the power rangers style handsome men. "We are the punishing rangers, the handsome men!"
Warcraft has quite a few of these, though the Orcs are perhaps the most frequent users of it with "FOR THE HORDE!"
The Night Elves have their equivalent: "BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON!"
Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War (and expansions) has this with the Space Marines any Imperial armies, whose phrases almost always says something along the lines of "In the name of the Emperor".
Warhammer 40000 has several for every faction except Necrontyr and Tyranids, unless you count "gauss weapon discharge" and "chittering sounds" as an In The Name Of The Moon.
Inspector Daria of Touch Detective frequently attempts to do these, but often puts so much "oomph!" into striking her poses she injures herself.
Danzaiver! The Hot Blooded hero character of Evil Zone has perhaps two or more of these; "For everything that is good." being the first, and the second, longer version used in the final battle; "I cannot be defeated. Absolutely. Positively. For the sake of the WORLD! HERE GOES! THE POWER OF THE SUPREME RULER DESTROYS EVIL! THE ULTIMATE HERO; DANZAIVER!!!" It's hard to keep track sometimes, dude is SERIOUS about his job.
Axem Red: We fight for evil! Axem Black: We live for disorder! Axem Green: We like what we do! Axem Pink: We struggle for chaos! Axem Yellow: We are... (everyone strikes a pose) Everyone: ...the AXEM RANGERS!!
Every playable character in Covenant of the Plume has two lines from which one is randomly picked when they initiate battle and another line they use when making a special attack, and they're very often like this. Spellcasters get a miniature speech during the special attack, everyone calls out the attack's name at the end, and everyone gets a Bond One-Liner if they kill their opponent. Combine this with a special line for a critical hit, and Fauxnel, for instance, can run through this entire speech while smacking down an enemy soldier:
There is a burden on your shoulders—your head. I shall set your spirit free! Please accept this humble token. No mercy for the damned. Thou hast no escape from the grasp of catastrophe. Meteor Swarm! No apology necessary, your death shall suffice.
Kay from Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations introduces herself this way in the third case.
Even in the depths of night,
when no other bird dares to take flight,
one alone soars to shine the light
of righteousness on the world's blight!
And that one is me! For I am the Great Thief, Yatagarasu!
Several characters in BlazBlue start (or end) battles like this.
Quicker than the wind and as still as the ocean! Hotter than flames and more magnificent than a mountain!
To rid this world of evil, I will become a hammer of justice!
There's also Hakumen:
I am the white void. I am the cold steel. I am the just sword. With blade in hand shall I reap the sins of this world, and cleanse it in the fires of destruction! I am Hakumen! The end has come!
Not to mention the NOL themselves, in lesser fashion:
Dispatched in mankind's darkest hour, we, are knights of the Blue Flame!
Taokaka quotes the Trope Namer word for word, except she calls the moon "that big, round, white thingy in the night sky".
Hazama does this with his Astral Heat:
Hungry Darkness of a Thousand Souls! In the name of Susano'o, I command you! Awaken, Nox Nyctores: Ouroboros!
The Tales of series is loaded with these. At the end of every battle, the player who got the last hit (and sometimes others) will recite a victory phrase, either taunting the defeated enemy or asking about the state of the other party members.
Moeko, the magical girl voiced years ago by one of the characters of Megatokyo, comes with her own catch phrases. When burly, mustached cosplayer "Man-Moeko" struck horror and nausea into his enemies' hearts, he apparently quoted her word-for-word. He was then frightened off by an actual girl's praise.
Parodied in the webcomic Triquetra Cats: when Project: Elemental Cat first confronts the Hand of the Dragon, they introduce themselves by name and Blue Cat quickly adds "and your rampage of death is something that can never be forgiven!" to which Green Cat remarks "'something that can never be forgiven'? what is that, your cliche anime phrase #217?"
I am the wielder of the fiber-optic antennae, obtainer of the Gauntlets of Grip, possessor of the will and knowledge of the ancient Broadoniansu, who have entrusted their secrets unto me. The Ultimate in Information and Communications Technology! CAPTAIN BROADBAND!
"Unhand him! The frightened reach out, and you cast them aside. The weak cry out, and you raise your fists against them. Now the kingdom rises to repay you in kind. I may have held mercy for you, but there is only one fist that may bruise the face of my angel! Falcoooooooooon PUNCH!"
The classic fantasy tale The Eye of Argon, widely considered the worst fiction ever written, has a mighty hero prone to yelling "By the surly beard of Mrifkr!" before attacking enemies with his gigantic sword. And any other time.
Darkwing Duck, to some extent. The title character likes to mysteriously appear in smoke and dramatically introduce himself: "I am the terror that flaps in the night! I am the [noun] that [verb]s your [noun]! I am Darkwing Duck!" The second sentence changes depending on the context; DW gives us such gems as —
I am the gum that sticks to your shoe! I am the batteries that are not included! I am the check-writer in the Cash Only lane! I am the wrong number that wakes you at 3 AM! I am the burned-out bulb you cannot reach!
Cat Scratch: "In the name of the Highland Quid clan, feel my sting!"
In My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, the first performance of the mares as magical girls involved this; it's completely improvised, and almost perfectly executed (you can see Twilight's eyes glancing down for a second, looking for the right words) because Twilight Sparkle is just that eloquent. An especially ironic example given who the villain is.