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(Black screen)

Long ago. Before the rise of the races. Before the rise of the animals. There were... the forces of nature. Fire.

(Shows a roaring flame consuming a forest..)


(Shows lightning striking mountains.)


(Shows a huge wave crashing down on a beach.)

But in modern times, Galactic Date 20XX. These lone, small beings that can witstand mighty forces such as these and more... will rise.

(A really fucking HD Red Pikmin pops up along a black background. Followed by a Blue and Yellow Pikmin becides it. Then a Rock, Purple, Winged, and White Pikmin.)

(Then more show up — a number of new colors and types that quickly flood the entire screen.)

Coming Q3 2021...

(Olimar on some kind of hang glider-like object being carried by Winged Pikmin.)

A voice is heard saying "Everything you can see... you can touch."

[When finished, the joke is that this trailer at first seems like a Pikmin game with a shitload of effort put into it — think of like Breath of the Wild, but it's Pikmin instead of Zelda. But then it introduces increasingly sketchy concepts like male/female variations for each Pikmin (which would cause a botani— actually, any biologist to cry considering how Pikmin are part plants and thus sex works differently), and it culminates in the reveal that there's a surprise King of the Hill crossover DLC.]

Not related to Portal 2 or Portal 2 Repercussions.


A love fairy that first appears in chapter 4 claiming to be like Sasuke's "gaurdian angel," making sure he's safe throughout the quest to stop Naruto. She only really pops up here and there, and doesn't seem to offer much in the way of combat.

For information on her appearance in Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage, see the "other allies" section on that.

  • Berserk Button:
    • While normally keeping a level-head during the battle (or at least, pretending to), she attacks far more aggressively when Naruto says something homophobic (well, guy/guy homophobic). She also doesn't take too kindly to having her wings made fun of.
  • Everyone Has Standards: She admits in her battle that she is far from a saint — her actions and location-tracking device can easily be considered stalking, and she teaches people to lie to get into someone else's pants. Still, she is one compared to this bastardization of Naruto trying to
  • Everyone Is Related: Part of the intentionally convoluted "Carrie curse" family tree. She's indirectly related to Sasuke, Diablo/Dave, and others.
  • Exact Words: Naruto's Stat Give Jutsu reveals that she has no defense, one hit point, and one attack point. She teleports around, negating the need for defense or health, and she operates in a Death By A Thousand Cuts sort-of way. Also, her gravity attacks don't even technically "do damage" by themselves — that's the job of the actual impact. Her very first use of such an attack on Naruto in the very first iteration of the fight successfully managed to break his legs.
  • Foreshadowing: She correctly predicts how her battle with Naruto is going to go back in chapter 4, where she mumbles something about him "resetting himself to delirium." It also makes more sense considering how it's another Binding of Isaac reference.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: She's the sixth Stripperiffic character with pink (or, in Wonder-Pink's case, at least purple) hair that ended up whooping Naruto's ass. Interestingly enough, she spends most of the story in her disguise with brown-hair. Once she reveals her actual appearances and changes the color to pink, Naruto seemingly knows he's about to go in for another ass whooping. And unlike the previous five times, Naruto doesn't even bounce back with a last-second victory. He ends up getting driven insane, so much that he forgets about his time-rewinding powers and thus allows Sasuke to go in for the kill. Once again, keep in mind that Naruto's goal here is to try to turn the planet into his army of stripperiffic wives, and his first victim is his crush with pink-hair, Sakura.
  • No Fourth Wall: Deconstructed. She knows that she's in a Crapsack World fan fic that's intentionally poorly written and can't do much about it. She's actually
  • Story-Breaker Power: She's powerful enough to potentially curb-stomp any antagonist in anything written by Fan save for the all-out gods, but because she has been selected as a "hidden extra weapon," she refuses to show her fighting skills unless she knows the world has no other choice. She doesn't want any assassins after her.
  • Stepford Smiler: It's implied that beneath her joke-cracking and perverted attitude, she's considerably depressed compared to her canonical counterpart. This version of her, too, is a fourth-wall breaker,
  • Suddenly Shouting: Twice, each on different iterations. She occasionally loses her cool completely and breaks out the all-caps.
    • "...And maybe you could just suck it up, face life like you're not a cheater, and GET OUT OF THE FUCKING BOX!"
    • On the penultimate iteration: "Are you ready? Survive THIS, and I'll show you my special attack!"note 
  • Walking Spoiler: She basically plays the role as an expy of Sans, and all that that implies.
  • Wham Line: She probably delivers more of these than any other character in naruto the guy with the ninja, combined.
    • Anyone who saw Kingsman: The Secret Service will know what direction the story is going when she starts locking the doors of the Bone Cavern from the inside and says "Manners... maketh... man."
    • When Sasuke Jaw Drops at her skills for the final battle, though this line is more towards the lore of SBIG: "Your dad had the exact same look on his face."
    • "Based on the look on your face... I almost killed you, and then you went back and rewinded time. What a pussy."


  • naruto the guy with the ninja:note 
    • "Damn! Even with that power... even with the full force of a Sage... I still lost... well! Naruto, listen up! As long as there is one person standing in your way, you will never truly win! Leonard is already evacuating everyone to here and the Mist Village! And my daughters... well, my daughters will have a field day with you!" Brenda Supernude.
    • "I wasn't expecting that at all... Sasuke! Carry on without me... argh, you're not stupid. You're... our only hope." Harry Potter.
      • "Oh bloody christ, not again, what the fuu-" Harry, after Naruto's world-engulphing final move, as this was just after he had been released from the Midnight Bliss curse.
    • "Wanna see something that'll really piss you off? To die without leaving a corpse. That is the law of us love fairies..." Kyu Sugardust.
      • "Naruto! You finally won! Please, take me just like an endgame trophy thing!" Post-Midnight Bliss Kyu Sugardust. In the above quote, she rigs a bomb so that it ends up blowing her post-transformation self up just seconds after the transformation itself. Naruto, in a fit of rage, ends up turning back time to revive her, however.
    • "FHHAAAACK YOUUUUUUU YOU DIIIIICKSSSSSSS!" Naruto Uzumaki, after a long breakdown where a very confused Sasuke ends up stabbing him.

  • Anvilicious: naruto the guy with the ninja makes its stance on wish fulfullment-fics that end up coming across as having a Designated Hero protagonist, especially harem fics, abundantly clear. [...] Fan himself eventually apologized for it. While it's not quite at Old Shame level, he still thought the story was way too mean-spirited in hindsight, and that Naruto ended up coming off as a harsh strawman.

    "Naruto! I know you're not the Kyuubi... you're something worse!
    "You're gonna have to try a lot harder than THAT!"
    (The Sage of Fire has awoken.)

It's pretty much explicitely stated that Kyu, .GIFfany, and Brenda ARE all part of the curse. Kyu is from a very different branch — somewhere back in the 1100s or whatever, human-fairy mating happened, and that led to the curse extending down there.

Mitsuko PROBABLY ISN'T — for the other three in general, I haven't decided (not like it matters, SBIG is coming to an end anyway) — but, you know, I gave all the copies in run:gifocalypse her last name, so there's that.

Wonder-Pink ALSO PROBABLY ISN'T, but then again she's the only human character in Wonderful 101 with that red-eye thing in canon, and it is a joke across SBIG that red flashing eyes are a sign of the Carrie-curse. You know little details like that are things SBIG obsesses over.

And Princess Robot Bubblegum LIKELY ISN'T EITHER, just another random casualty in Naruto's harem-carnage that happened to be better at fighting back than most others.

It goes without saying that Sakura DEFINITELY ISN'T, mostly as that would make her crush on Sasuke incestuous. Uchihas have actually been part of the curse since the original Sweet Jade and Hella John — Dave had the Sharingan there, and that was an important plot point. (I think. It was important in the remake, but I really don't want to dig through taht 2,496 page monster that is the original.)

"Is the Captain also part of this mess" I don't think so. I just gave Captain and Sasuke similar personalities as part of SBIG's irony. Alucard also kind of acts like both of them. He's not related. Hell, in Split it's kind of plot-relevant that the Badguys are nowhere near the cursed family helltreebranch.

    Me Being a Dick 

  • Canon Discontinuity: Well, fan fic discontinuity. Of his "linked" continuities.
    • Fan explicitely stated that Total Drama World Tour Rewrite does not take place in the same verse as any other stories he wrote as of him saying that, and the chances of it getting any future Canon Welding are extremely slim. While it references a lot of his other stories (mostly to urge readers to read them instead), most of the time it gets references is through a joke on how terrible it is. Particularly the old version, which he became ashamed of for its bashing-like nature and a ridiculous Unwanted Harem subplot where Harold suddenly had eight of the female contestants crushing after him. And the rewrite mostly exists to also make fun of the old version. According to him, his own regret towards that story even ended up turning him off of harems and Thousand Ship-Launchers in general — hence why naruto the guy with the ninja portrays Naruto's "harem takeover" as a bad thing, and why Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage seems to be set up to kill as many Dipper ships as possible.
    • GPF is even harsher towards 496 Reasons Why Multidating is More Complicated than it Seems. It is one of the very few stories that he had outright discontinued — although he did write a half-hearted ending that involved traveling around GPF's other works leading up to the finale and gathering all the characters together to get the Big Bad. Despite the Continuity Cavalcade in said joke ending, 496 itself isn't referenced at all and Fan even outright stated that he tries to even mention it as little as possible. It even reached the point where he said that Bl:oo<dswap: Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff? was the first story of his where Meulin had a very major role, when she was planned to be both the protagonist and (through an offshoot) the eventual Big Bad in 496. It did, however, get alluded to early in Bl:oo<dswap: 496 had a Hanksprite, as does Bl:oo<dswap, and a doomed Dave in the latter explicitely tells the alpha Dave that Hanksprite was a mistake.
    • The remake of Sweet Jade and Hella John was ret-conned into being the fic's definitive version. The original webcomic was going to be part of the SBIG continuity, but this was
  • Ship Sinking:
    • He openly confessed that one of the side-goals to the Stylistic Suck The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage was to eventually kill off all of the remotely popular Dipper pairings, just to see if he could. The epilogue implies that he finds love in the form of a new roommate in a Big Bang Theory-esque scenario when he moves to an apartment ten years in the future, but when it comes to the canon characters he has no such luck. In rough chronological order:
      • Bill/Dipper is not only sunk, but mocked in the third chapter when Gideon tries to give Bill a physical form without any sort of riftway. He fails horribly, and instead makes a teenage human clone of Bill explicitely called "Not-Bill" that quickly goes yandere for Dipper for no reason. This pisses the real Bill off — he sees Not-Bill as a mockery of him, and once he (through possessing Gideon) takes care of Not-Bill, he states that he finds the idea of being paired with Dipper ridiculous. A later chapter says that he doesn't even consider Dipper that much of an important enemy, and that if he got his goals, he'd just leave two of his mooks to eat him — which is exactly what he does near the end of canon.
      • Not only are Dipper and Pacifica revealed to be biological brother and sister in this universe, even if that was ignored chapter 6 has a scenario where the Big Bad threatens to cause an apocalypse if they don't kiss. They first hesitate because of aformentioned biological relation, but this eventually leads to a full-blown argument when Pacifica comes to the realization that she does not like the idea of seeking out dangerous supernatural threats at all, and wouldn't want Dipper to do the same if they became closer. (It helps that, in this fic's timeline, the last supernatural adventure she went on was the 1,000-room hellhouse of Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion.) Dipper strongly disagrees and sees a future for himself where he's ghost hunting. This escalates — especially when Mabel is dragged along — until they unknowingly run out of time before the "kiss" (in their defense, said Big Bad never told them they were on a time limit), and thus causing the Typomonster to bring forth the Mechanical Bosses.
      • And any chances of him ending up with Candy is taken care of in chapter 8,
      • The very last part before the epilogue randomly sinks Dipper/Wendy when the former confesses to the latter, only to find out that she's already started a relationship with Tambry out of nowhere. Wendy laughs off the idea of being together anyway and calls him out for the levels in jerkass he took during the second half of Journals. (And he does take a level in jerkass during chapters 6-10.)
    • Another, more effort-given Gravity Falls fanwork — Escape From Fanservice Island — has GPF intentionally break his rules about not trying to overly glorify certain villainous characters and wanted to see if he could pull an Alternative Character Interpretation out of his ass for some villains. Chapters 2-4 can be read in any order. Those that read them in numberical order would find that the chapters go out of their way to imply mending relationships and setting up Soos/.GIFfany/Melody and Stan/Darlene. From the fifth chapter, the story kind of laughs off these ideas, but leaves them ambiguous by the end anyway. You'd think that the fourth chapter, focused on Ford and Pyronica, would follow as well, right? Hell no. Pyronica remains an active, major villain without much of an excuse backstory, down to the point where she almost manages to hijack the plot from the real Big Bad.
    • Total Zeksmit completely sinks Bridgette/Ezekiel when it's revealed that this verse's Bridgette is only into other women, and slowly sinks Ezekiel/Izzy when it becomes clearer that neither of them see each-other in that way, and Ezekiel even sort of roots for her to end up with Bridgette.


  • Take That:
    • The entire fan fic is a (surprisingly lighthearted) one at works that blatantly only serve as an excuse to include as much of the author's personal kinks and fanservice as possible. (This story's example is bare bubble asses and casual nudity. Lots.) All of the main characters suffer from extremely contrived Clothing Damage on the first chapter (yes, even the three men — Soos immediately lampshades this) and the story bends over backwards to ensure that no makeshift clothing they make is permanent (unless one counts the .GIFfany army's ability to generate pixelation at will). However, there is a plot and humor attempts that have nothing to do with the "fanservice" and Fan Disservice, and the fic actually consists of more plot than any focus on nudity — in fact, any segment focused exclusively on Ford and Pyronica is almost exactly like a story played perfectly straight, minus some gags.
    • While Ford is doing analysis on the boat ride to the island, Stan, Soos, and Melody entertain themselves with movies. They "run out" of good ones and switch over to their supply of Snark Bait films instead. While the story begins with them watching a stand-in for Fan's own previous Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals, Soos casually mentions in the first chapter that the film they saw right before the OVA series was Post-Terra. Soos compares that movie to how Ford's role in rescuing the crew is to go up to a volcano in order to get a signal strong enough for his rescue beacon to work.
    • When the crew finally gets a live television to work on the island, the first thing they end up seeing is a take on The Big Bang Theory. Nobody is impressed. Ford asks if that is how the outside world sees "people like him," Stan accuses the humor of consisting of pop culture references, and .GIFfany indirectly compares an argument used by the Penny stand-in (it amounts to "she's the only one for you, break up with her and you will never find love again") to something she used to say. GPF does genuinely like the show; he wrote that because he could see why some wouldn't.

    Other Tropes that Aren't Take That 

  • Artifact Title: They leave the island in chapter 9. While the island itself actually does remain part of the plot, it's no longer about escaping it, but instead taking down Zephieye/the Lightning Cultist.
  • Cerebus Syndrome: As part of the fic's Bait and Switch aspect, the first six chapters just appear to be comedic, and slowly become more so when it's revealed that the fic kind of sort of acts as something along the lines of clickbait. Then the Lightning Cultist is introduced and it starts to become more of a standard adventure story.
  • Expy:
    • The Troll is a blatant Ezekiel ripoff personalitiy- and face-wise, with his attacks and battle being inspired by Ultra Greed.
    • The Lightning Cultist is confirmed by Fan to take design inspiration from the Lunatic Cultist. She even borrows a few of his attacks, and upon dying, summons four space-themed beings that appear to be trying to kickstart an apocalypse.
    • All four of the Skeltaur Knights are based on DARKHORSE, DESTROYER OF LIGHT, a re-occuring joke character in GPF's works. This also reflects an older plan for the second half of Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage, where Mable the Typomonster's minions would be these guys instead of mechanized counterparts to the main characters.
  • Genre Shift: It's a fanservice parody comedy with non-threatening villains! No, there are threatening villains in a Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass sort of way, but they're still goofy! No, it's about former enemies working together to stop
  • Hide Your Children: Part of the intentional contrivance of the plot is that it's structured so that none of the kid characters are involved on the trip to the island. Dipper, nor Mabel, nor anyone else has to witness their uncles running around in the nude dodging a killer demon and cultist. When they, along with others, finally do appear, a quick running gag is that the dangers they face appear to only attack their exposed skin. Dipper and others get their faces, arms, and legs threatened by fire, moths, and thorns, but do not have a scratch on their clothing.
  • Scenery Censor: One of the fic's many Running Gags is that it tries to present itself as constantly covering the characters' groins. Stan, Ford, Darlene, and Pyronica get standard stuff — shrubs, tree branches, limbs, etc. Fan does, however, remark that he enjoys making the objects as tiny as possible, and the different things it implies with the twins and the women. It's the Soos-Melody-.GIFfany trio where the narrative has some fun with it. Soos is only noted as being "covered" when he's behind gigantic objects — entire trees and the like — while Melody is often behind damp things. .GIFfany side-steps the issue by being able to apply a pixelation effect on her in real life at will, and she just-so-happens to never have any object in front unless she disables the effect.
  • Stylistic Suck: Not to the point of being a Troll Fic, and not even in the half-assed effort that Fan's SBIG series is, but this is not meant to be taken seriously — either as a genuine story or as a fanservice-fest. Even when things start to get a little more serious, there's still a hint of comedy here and there.

  • Continuity Lockout:
    • Did you read Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals? No? Then prepared to have the hell confused out of you whenever the characters talk about Heavensong.
    • Nothing relating to .GIFfany makes sense unless you are at least somewhat familiar with run:gifocalypse. Even the fact that she swears a lot, which is a reference to her having a foul mouth in RG (especially if one counts the hijacked narrative). Particularly the talk about there being different "Squads" based on a pseudo-element system and her talk about having various past memories. What can throw one in for a loop is how the reason why there are many copies of her running around is completely different from the reason in RG and Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage.
    • Speaking of Journals, its Stealth Prequel Spooky's Jump Scare M- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER marks the debut of the Lightning Cultist. Not to be confused with the Bill Cultists earlier in the same story.
    • A milder example, but when Soos tells Ford of Melody's first encounter with Dave, Fan deliberately has Soos word it in such a way to leave readers who have not read Journals itself confused as to who the hell "Seeren" is. In his continuity, that's Melody's last name.

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The Vision And The Scarlet Witch

Prop Cycle

All The Games Are A Stage


Jo wanted to yell, but she didnít get the chance because, at that moment, the Tallest Boy in the Entire World walked in and Joís jaw hit the floor. Reddish-blond hair like springs. Arms and legs like a stork. Blue eyes the size of dinner plates, a comparison Jo was especially proud of as it let her imagine the freckles sprinkled liberally over his nose as the result of someone going crazy with a pepper shaker, and wasnít that a brilliant image right there.

So I Guess We're All Stuck Here (pending title) is a fanfic by C-E, which, strangely enough, is something of a crossover between The Fairly OddParents!, The Great Giana Sisters, Mega Man (Classic), Steven Universe, Supernoobs, and Undertale.

(Also, King of the Hill)

  • The announcement of the Steven Universe figures, to an extent. Many people are excited for it, but others are exclaiming that it's way too soon for the show to receive a set (ignoring that the show is already in its fourth season and that Teen Titans Go! and The Powerpuff Girls (2016), two shows that are either only a few months older or are a few months old, respectively, are already confirmed for them). Others are fine with the show receiving one, but worry that the figs will ignore the characters' body diversities, or that the level pack will take the Adventure Time route and be based on an episode from the beginning of the show, or that Garnet won't have any new lines due to Estelle being too busy to voice her.

What did you expact? Sportaflop?

Dirty Grandpa

So, you guys like Minecraft?

Compare Terraria. Not to be confused with Minceraft.

Renamed Trope

Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun A Princess For Christmas Bio Pic Book Ends [1] Educando A Nina Happy Birthday, Nyx is a fanfiction by Jus Sonic, taking place in his version of the My Little Pony Friendship is Magic universe.

Following on from Curse of The Demon Pony and Ben's First Day, Twilight decides to throw Nyx a birthday party. However, she decides on a date that is only a few days away, which puts pressure on everyone. Elsewhere, a mysterious creature crash lands in Fluttershy's garden...

  • Actor Allusion: Jus Sonic's "cast list" features Matt Smith playing Doctor Whooves. Matt Smith, at the time of the fanfic's writing, was the then-current actor to play the Doctor in Doctor Who.
  • Birthday Episode: The fic centres around organising and celebrating Nyx's birthday.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Pinkie Pie mentions that they are getting a third season.
  • Character Exaggeration: Pinkie's fouth wall breaking behaviour. While she has demonstrated cartoonish behaviour in the television series, she has never directly referenced the fact thay they are in a television programme divided into seasons.
  • Continuity Nod:
    • Diamond Tiara is still grounded following the events of Ben's First Day.
    • Big Mac mentions the events of "Read it and Weep" when the Cutie Mark Crusaders spread gossip about everyone in Ponyville and consequently earnt the ire of everyone.
  • Deus ex Machina: Right after the big explosion
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Shining Armor is seen to possess a book on "Crystal Ponies", a reference to the then-upcoming third season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic.
  • Easily Forgiven: The Cutie Mark Crusaders break and enter and are told off by Applejack, only for her to be told off by Big Mac saying that is acting no better than when she was giving the CMC the cold shoulder in "Read it and Weep". Big Mac forgives the CMC for breaking and entering.
  • Hypocrite: Big Mac compares Applejack telling off the Cutie Mark Crusaders for the way she acted toward them after they spread rumours about everyone in "Read it and Weep". Big Mac has no right to call her out for this as he too wanted nothing to do with the CMC after their behaviour in that episode.
  • Shout-Out:
    • The pony authors who decide to write Nyx's life story for her birthday were named after a pair of fanfic writers on Deviantart.
    • Nyx comments that "Past Sins" would be a good name for a book. Past Sins was the fanfic where Nyx originated from, and she also gets a book entitled "Past Sins" for her birthday.
    • At one point, the mysterious creature Fluttershy takes in looks at a storybook of The Ugly Duckling. This is based on a similar scene in Lilo and Stitch. It also does not help that the creature, like Stitch, is from outer space.
    • Rainbow Dash's present to Nyx is a pair of "Dasheresque" sunglasses, a reference to the another of the author's fanfics.

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Something something about "We need to talk about parallel universes."


Turkish Star Wars


Trying my hand with WikiWord please don't mind me.

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Mahō Shōjō

William Onyeabor

Ed, Edd n' Eddy: The Mis-Edventures

     Hello Biscuit! 
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    • With gravy!

Wild Woody

    I Shit You Not, THIS Game is Real 

Wild Woody is a 1995 Sega CD platformer

A rare coincidental event causes an ancient totem pole to come to life, with five of its six heads going in to different worlds to cause chaos. Lowman, the bottom of the pole and the Token Good Teammate, decides to bring a pencil to life to act as a soldier to save the day — enter Woody (WIIIIILLLLLD Woody), a living pencil with the ability to bring his drawings to life. Woody

    I Shit You Not, The YMMV 

  • Best Known for the Fanservice: Topless mermaid easter egg. In a game aimed at kids. This overshadows just about everything else in the game. Said game would have otherwise just been brushed off as another mediocre-to-bad platformer otherwise.
  • So Bad, It's Good: The cutscenes have not aged well, but they are... greatly enhanced by the bizarre, exaggeration motions Woody makes.

  • Most enemies in the game leave ghosts behind when they die. The Waterwraith does not. The chances of this being unintentional are very slim.
  • Consider that throughout the series, practically every enemy that's beaten is killed. Complete with a little ghost coming from them in most cases. Granted, creatures like Honeywisps and their expies, Nectarous Dandelflies, simply leave after being hit. But this is a hostile entity that can actually take a beating... and it is unambiguously the only such hostile creature that can not be killed. There's some very off about a game where most powerful beasts still end up dead having a final boss that is, for all intents and purposes, immortal.

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Just a few of Hell Universe's creations.
"The Hell Universe, a place where realities and worlds combine in an otherworldly dance of comedy, memes and references. And then there's Steven..."
Hell Universe Channel Description

Hell Universe is a youtuber whose channel with diverse content, including song covers, let's plays, and a radio play.

Their most popular content, however, is by far the Hell Universe videos, anthologies of edited clips from Steven Universe referencing a wide range of other media, from movies to songs to other cartoons and more. Other of these Hell Universe videos, called "Transmissions," have expanded into Gravity Falls and Over the Garden Wall.

As of December 2016, Hell Universe has released 17 complete Hell Universe "Transmissions":

Welcome to the Hell Universe

Return to the Hell Universe: Electric Boogaloo

Hell Universe: Pocket Dimensions Malebolge

Hell Universe: Omega Fury Ruby

Hell Universe: Space/Time Curvature (Gravity Falls)

Hell Universe: Graviton (Gravity Falls)

Hell Universe: Orchard of the Beast (Over the Garden Wall)

Hell Universe: Alpha Patience Sapphire

Hell Universe Special: They Might Be Giant Women

Hell Universe: Clodhopper

Hell Universe Special: A Hell of Your Own Creation

Hell Universe: Electronic Japery

Hell Universe Special: Steven Falls Over (Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, and Over the Garden Wall)

Hell Universe: Cannibal Culture

Hell Universe: Memeuphoria

Hell Universe: Hellbent

Hell Universe Special: Hell is Other People

Masks Of Aygrima


  • The human side-characters as a whole, with the exceptions of the Scrappies mentioned in their entry as well as Greg and Connie. (The latter two are generally more liked.) While a section of fans would wish that the show focused more on the Crystal Gems dealing with the Homeworld forces and thus tone down on the episodes where few if any Gems appear and Steven instead helps them with their more mundane issues. Others feel that these side-storylines make up a good portion of the show's heart,

This guy again:
  • "Shitty Wrestling Games:"
    • The first game he plays is WCW Nitro, a game with an... interesting list of secret characters, ranging from simple Author Avatars of THQ employees to a T-rex to Santa Claus (or, rather, Santa Claws). There's a skeleton named "Bones," an alien in a wrestling speedo named "Greyling," a ghost named "Ecto," a snowman named "Whitey," and an Animesque girl named... Annie Mae. Oh yeah, and then there's John. Before there was John Cena, there was just John.
    • He sets up a match where he plays as Greyling and goes up against Annie Mae, where he tries to "make anime great again." Specifically, he targets moe-Slice of Life, and when he wins, he claims that all anime is now MD Geist.
  • [Blahblahblah Mario 64 Genesis]:
    • He begins by talking about an e-mail sent to him with porn involving Satan and a skeleton with wings. The skeleton says that the viewer should be jealous, and goes "WE'RE DEMONS FROM HELLLLLLL..." Joel's impersonation of the skeleton and his following comment about how it's made him a bigger man (but not "in the pants") is what really sells it.
    • The Slippy-Slidey Ice World's music is a 16-bit remix of... the Jeopardy theme. This also plays for the end screen.
    • As pointed out in the comments, as unfair as the ice level was, it seems unlikely that the final area could top it, right? Cue the cave level killing Mario at the start if he doesn't move right. And pipes that lead back to the beginning. It also has "EXIT?" trollishly spelt out in coins, with coin-arrows pointing to various paths. It's almost as if the bootleggers were trying to make a Kaizo-esque game on purpose.
    • The final (and only) boss has to be seen to be believed: a black ball with the weirdest smile imaginable, that turns to the side and shoots out bullet bills while looking like Pac-Man. Also, fitting in line with the game's growing Fake Difficulty, the boss is unbelievable: You have to hit it in a frame-perfect way ten times.
    • For the ending, Joel edits the "THE END" and replaces it with "YOU FUCKING IDIOT." He later splices Luigi's head over Mario's and Peach's.
One of the Other Guys:
  • Logan Kart 8: [I think this one might already be on that page...]
    • He notes that he loves how the controls of the game actually work... just seconds before his controller becomes unresponsive.
    • The sheer absurdity of the game itself — Logan, Nagol, regular Wario and Waluigi, a Sonic knockoff named "Speedy," Bob (a R.O.B. knockoff), "Jimmy," and... someone named Bike-Obber race in, among other things, a shopping cart, a cement mixer, and
  • Shit Show, Part 7:
    • Vinny's reaction to coming across a game that plasters a certain... odd Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location fanart is a simple "...Abort. Abort, abort, abort, abort!" until he successfully closes the game.
  • He plays a hacked Super Smash Bros. Melee [Or was it Brawl, I can't remember] where everyone is given extremely overpowered moves. He, at one point, has a giant Pikachu hit the opponent from anywhere on the screen with its jab attack. Because of the... hip movements Pikachu is making, Vinny dubs this attack "The Booty Blast."

Home Alone.

Luigi's Mansion.

Video Game Levels A To F
  • "Revenge of Edzilla" from Ed, Edd n' Eddy: The Mis-Edventures. The fact that you're playing as, for all intents and purposes (it's all part of Ed's imagination), a kaiju with the goal to destroy as many buildings as you can? Check. The Imagine Spot setting that is completely unlike anything related to Ed, Edd n' Eddy, being set in a series of islands with increasingly large cities? Check. A surprising amount of detail, down to a train on the final island that will fall off if you break its tracks? Check. A boss fight against a three-way fusion monster version of the Kanker Sisters? Check. The way the level throws the game's team-switching on its head and you're just playing as a solo Ed for the entire journey? Check. Definitely one of the neatest parts of the game.

  Light Normal Dark
030   Orange  
060   Yellow  
090   Chartreuse  
120   Green  
150   Spring Green  
180   Cyan  
210   Azure  
240   Blue  
270   Violet  
300   Magenta  
330   Rose  
360   Red  

The Binding of Isaac: Antibirth (Doodling up a character list) QUICK EDIT: I was not expecting it to actually have a page considering how the canon game's page didn't seem to list it from a glance. I guess it won't be weird that I'm doing this before the game itself even has a page, since it does have a page!


    Jacob and Esau 

A pair of characters controlled at the same time. Jacob is the one with the "regular" pinkish-colored skin of most of the other playable alter egoes and light brown hair, while Esau is the red-skinned one with pink hair.


A planned character that was cut for the mod's release.


Baby Plum



The Rainmaker


Tuff Twins

Great Gideon

Reap Creap



The Heretic

The Visage

The Pile

The Siren



  • Sequential Boss: Beat the first part, and it sucks you in to it, where you have to face off against two other bosses in a crawlspace-like sidescrolling view.


The Scourge

The Witness

The final boss of Antibirth, who resembles an undead Mama Gurdy.

    Adored By The Network: Toonvision 
  • The biggest example of network adoration would be Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z. It went from being confined to the Xtreme block of programming to the only show used as schedule filler, screwing over everything from Tamagotchi to former network darling Bistrosity, and having marathons for every occasion from Thanksgiving to Easter, despite only having 52 episodes. It got to the point where the show would cycle through all its episodes every month (and sometimes in one week!). It finally ended when the rights to the show expired in 2016, but despite that, Toonvision marathoned every episode in existence before it left the network for good just to give it a proper send-off.
  • Following the departure of Powerpuff Girls Z, the new favorite seems to be InsaniWorld, which took over Powerpuff Girls Z's slots on the network following its departure despite only having 13 episodes (however it has 26 segments).
  • The first example would be Gumby. The series would often have marathons for occurrences such as MLK Day, and would eventually run until 2008 before becoming one of the first examples of being screwed by Powerpuff Girls Z.
  • ReBoot was the Powerpuff Girls Z of early Toonvision along with Gumby. It would marathon frequently wherever Gumby didn't fit, and the two shows would frequently take up the entire schedule.
  • Original series-wise, Bistrosity was the first network darling; airing marathons whenever the network had an excuse and being run up to 6-7 times a day in its prime and even ending with a movie that wrapped up all the plot threads before being screwed by Powerpuff Girls Z a few years after it stopped making new episodes.
  • Code Lyoko: Evolution was treated extraordinarily well by Toonvision unlike Cartoon Network's handling of the original show; it was even hyped up by Toonvision with a countdown timer not only running on Toonvision itself, but on After Dark as well (given that Code Lyoko appeals to a majority of After Dark's viewers, its no surprise). It's also one of the very few shows that wasn't screwed by the network's undying love of Powerpuff Girls Z, as it went on to air every episode with each one massively hyped up in the timeslot of Wednesdays at 7pm, with repeats the following day at 5:30pm before the Thursday night premiere block. For the last few episodes of the series' run, it also aired a repeat as the first show on After Dark. Leading up to the final episode, Toonvision marathoned every episode of not only Evolution, but the original show as well, even preempting After Dark; the only time Toonvision has done so (not even the Powerpuff Girls Z send-off preempted the block).
  • Freakazoid! was served well through its 9 years on Toonvision, whether it was on the main schedule or the network's Xtreme action block. It got good promotion and several marathons, even though they weren't even Bistrosity-level amounts of marathons.
  • Following Hamtaro's screwing by Cartoon Network, the show moved to Toonvision where they proceeded to show the remaining episodes of the original show followed by the three sequel shows with heavy promotion and even marathons to allow people to catch up. It continues to rerun to this day, despite being confined to early mornings.
  • Family Values was Bistrosity 2.0 during its time as a first-run program, with the network using any excuse possible to marathon the series. And it eventually came to dominate the schedule until it ended in 2011.
  • During the remainder of 2005 (November & December) and most of 2006, Toonvision would play the TV movie Furby Island using every possible excuse from Valentine's Day to the Fourth of July. Since Thanksgiving 2006, Furby Island has not been played by the network and it has been revealed that they have wrote the movie off as of 2007.
    Screwed By The Network: Toonvision 
  • Toonvision's biggest screw was that of The Alvin Show. It premiered with little to no promotion and they didn't even air all the episodes. The show also changed timeslots erratically through its entire run, going from 3pm weekdays to 6am to exclusively on Saturday mornings at 6am, before being removed from the schedule. It was removed from the network website and they pretend like the show never aired in the first place. However, it did end up moving to Toonvision Classic, who has treated Alvin much more nicely.
    • This has become Hilarious in Hindsight as when the 1983 Alvin and the Chipmunks began airing in 2008, it was treated much more nicely, having weekday timeslots for nearly two years until it became a victim of the network's everlasting love of Powerpuff Girls Z.
  • Sabrina and The Groovie Goolies was never liked by the network. It went from weekday airings to the same fate as The Alvin Show; placed at 6:30am exclusively on Saturday mornings following Alvin.
  • When the sexual allegations against Bill Cosby hit in December 2014, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, which had made a return to the network a few months prior, was given a deliberate screwing over, going from healthy weekday morning slots to airing at 6am on Sundays before being removed for more Powerpuff Girls Z reruns.
  • Whenever Toonvision can get its hands on The Smurfs, they never seem to treat it well. It first appeared on the schedule in 2004 following its removal from Cartoon Network, and it was relegated to early morning slots unlike other shows such as The Centurions and Beetlejuice before its removal in 2005. When it came back in 2014, things were initially better for the series with it having multiple weekend timeslots and one weekday slot...for a month, at least, until it suffered the same fate as Alvin and Sabrina in favor of more reruns of Powerpuff Girls Z. It has since returned to Boomerang, who doesn't treat the show that well either.
  • The Marvel Super Heroes has been treated horribly by the network ever since the first run ended. When the second run began, it would only show one episode every three months, either at 6:00am on Saturdays or before After Dark began on Sundays. When the rights expired, the network didn't even bother to renew them, and not even its nighttime block After Dark could save the show (many fans of After Dark had genuinely enjoyed the show).
  • G-Force: Guardians of Space is the Smurfs of action cartoons when it comes to Toonvision. It ran exclusively at 3am on Sundays (before After Dark was around) from when it began airing in 2001 to when it was taken off in 2002 after just a few months. The show returned in 2007 as one of the starters of the Xtreme block of action programming, where many hoped it would do better...only to be screwed by none other than Powerpuff Girls Z.
  • Black Butler got this treatment during its final few months on Xtreme. It went through heavy censorship and was reduced to 10:30pm, the last timeslot of the block, with no reruns, with no plans by Toonvision to air the even more brutal second season of the show.
  • The Original Dolphin was the Network Red Headed Stepchild of the first slate of Toonvision's original programming, having the shortest run of the three originals and being taken off the air rather quickly. It was fortunate enough to make a comeback to the schedule when Toonvision was celebrating its 10th anniversary, however it was taken off after two weeks for surprisingly not Powerpuff Girls Z, but Ghostly Rock.
  • Psychotional is to date the only Toonvision Original Series to have been screwed while it was still airing. Revolving around a group of convicted felons' daily lives at the Psychotional Correctional Facility, the show caused a massive uproar due to being marketed as a kids' show. Despite garnering a large cult following, the show was buried at 10:30pm in the Friday Night Death Slot and was cancelled after one season. The cult following of the series kept it from being written off and it continues to air on After Dark to this day.
  • Insanity From the Mind of John Doe was Toonvision's answer to Cartoon Network's MAD. It failed to capture MAD's audience and was cancelled and written off after one season. And yes, it was replaced with Powerpuff Girls Z reruns.
  • After Family Values ended, it went from being Bistrosity 2.0 to the Smurfs of Toonvision original programming, changing timeslots erratically until it was overtaken for more Powerpuff Girls Z reruns.
  • Toonvision's attempt at a preschool block, Funhouse, was hit bad by this. It started in September 2010 airing weekday mornings from 7am to 3pm. While it was definitely nice for people who didn't carry the Nick Jr. channel and couldn't access either Nickelodeon or Disney's preeschool programming, fans of Toonvision's other programming were not happy about its long airtime. Eventually, the network began changing the timeslots to odd ones such as Tuesdays from 6am to 7am to Saturdays from 6am to 6:30 am (containing nothing but 15 minute shorts) every other week. It was finally put to rest in June 2011, with Toonvision airing no preschool programming since then.
  • Naruto: Shippuden was treated harshly by Xtreme, airing at 10pm from May 21 to June 25, 2011, making it through only six episodes before having its timeslot moved erratically from anchoring the block at 7pm to being buried in the middle at 9:30 until the block itself was cancelled on August 18, 2012. Shippuden was quickly ushered off for (unsurprisingly) more Powerpuff Girls Z.
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Where do we begin? Hasbro gave Toonvision the rights to broadcast reruns the show due to low carriage of Hub Network/Discovery Family, but Toonvision made it their business to ensure that no one except really hardcore fans would ever have a shot at seeing the show. Not only did it frequently change time slots a la The Alvin Show, but they would frequently take it off the schedule for as long as three months! Eventually, what happened next should be obvious, and it ended up moving to Toonvision Classic of all places, which has even less carriage than The Hub!
  • Xiaolin Showdown seemed to be the most despised show the network ever brought to Xtreme. It was part of the launch lineup, but compared to shows such as Code Lyoko and Zixx, Xtreme made it their business to run Xiaolin into the ground. The block's programmers hinting that Toonvision executives forced them to air the series probably doesn't help matters.
  • Furby Island Adventures was screwed over in its final season due to the decline of the Furby 2012 line. The network assumed that since sales were declining, people would quit watching the show (even though it was still getting spectacular ratings rivaling those of Cartoon Network's Teen Titans Go!), which is odd considering how its about the Furby of all things. While initially placing it at the tail end of the Friday night premiere block, the network destroyed the show's ratings by placing new episodes at 10:30am weekdays with no advertising whatsoever in the middle of the last season's run and dragged it on into oblivion. When it finally ended in June 2015, the minute after the final episode aired, the network removed the show from its schedule, replacing it with the obvious.

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