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    Sonic Zombie 

Sonic Zombie Series

"This is the sergeant, Who like a good and hardy soldier Fought 'gainst my captivity,"

"Speak, friend: Tell me your knowledge of the broil As thou didst leave it!"

"Doubtful, it stood, As two spent swimmers that do cling together And choke their art. The merciless Macdonwald, Worthy to be a rebel, for to that The multiplying villainies of nature Do swarm upon him. From the Western isles Of kerns and gallowglasses is supplied. And fortune, on his damn'd quarrel smiling, Showed like a rebel's whore! But all's too weak For brave Macbeth, well he deserves that name! Disdaining fortune with his brandished steel Which smoke with bloody execution, Like valor's minion, carved out his passage 'Til he faced the slave, Wich ne'er shook hands nor bade farewell to him, But unseam'd him from the nave to the chaps, And fix'd his head upon our battlements."

"Oh valiant cousin! Worthy gentleman!"

"As whence the sun 'gins his reflection, Shipwrecking storms and direful thunders break, So from that spring whence comfort seems to come Discomfort swells. Mark, King of Scotland, mark! No sooner justice had with valor arm'd Compell'd these skipping kerns to trust their heels The Norweyan Lord, surveying vantage, With furbish'd arms and new supplies of men Began a fresh assault."

"Dismay'd not this, Our Captains, Macbeth and Banquo?"

"Yes, As sparrows eagles or the hare the lion, If I say sooth I must report they were As cannons overcharged with double cracks, so they Doubly redoubled strokes upon the foe, Except they meant to bathe in reeking wounds Or memorize another Golgotha I cannot tell, But I am faint, my gashes cry for help!"

"So well thy words become thee as they wounds, They smack of honor both! Go get him surgeons."


The Sonic Zombie series is a collection of bizarre, intentionally badly done fan videoes of Sonic the Hedgehog.

  • Animation Bump: Parodied. Vengeance has a brief scene where Horn Hog Sonic is done in some pretty good detail. Then Eggman/Doctor Fat (Bleep) questions the budget, and he's done in the same "ragdoll" motion that the other characters are.
  • Artifact Title: Interestingly, each individual video manages to do this, as the focus on the zombies usually goes away and makes way for whatever main villain of the week is going on.
  • Berserk Button: Tails gets pretty mad whenever someone tries to mess with his tacos.
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment:
    • Shrek, Mario, Spiderman, Wreck-it Ralph, and Batman appear out of nowhere in the videoes. At least in the middle three's case, they were attempting to take down the main villain, only to die in the process. But the first and last have no explanation to them whatsoever.
  • Black Comedy: This series has no problem with stereotypes (Tails), making light of character deaths, and then there's the case with... uh... the "Horn Hog" in Vengeance.
  • Censorship For Comedy: There's exactly two moments of swearing in the entire series so far, and both of them are in naming Eggman. Once in Thing, and a much longer one in Vengeance.
  • Contemptable Cover: It's a Running Gag at this point that this picks out something for its preview image, starting from Diaries:
    • Amy lying with her legs out and giving a clear view up her skirt.
    • Sonic groping Rouge in order to help himself power into super form. ("This would make a great preview image!")
    • Were-Sonic lying in bed with Rouge and Amy. ("And you guys thought the last preview image was bad.")
  • Crack Fic: Sonic characters go agaisnt zombies! Oh, and Satan! And Godzilla! And Knuckles turned into a weird dinosaur thing!
  • Death Is Cheap: The vidoes seem to be bending around their backs to keep characters alive. Like Knuckles turning out to have survived turning into a monster because the nuke that blew him up turned him into a vampire.
  • Flanderization: Tails's Mexican jokes.
  • Hijacked by Ganon: Vengeance does this twice. First, Eggman comes in and tries to turn Sonic into his serving beast. Then, Silver comes out of nowhere and reveals that Sonic turning into a Horn Hog and Knuckles being nuked into becoming a vampire were of his plan all along so that he can steal both of their powers and turn into a giant... skeleton... thing.
  • Lampshade Hanging: All the time. By Vengeance, it doesn't even take itself seriously any more and the characters are constantly commenting on how nonsensical the story is and about how GMod works.
  • Missing Episode: The first, currently, for whatever reason. However, the recap at the beginning of the second seems to imply that its events have been retconned.
  • No Fourth Wall:
    • "HEY! Since when did this have a budget?"
    • Shadow knowing that he'll be back in the next video if it seems like he'll die.
    • Were-Sonic telling the audience "And you guys thought the last preview image was bad."
    • "We're almost at the top of the map!"
  • Non-Indicative Name: Diaries has nothing to do with diaries whatsoever. Which is weird, because Vengeance pushed itself so that its title can make sense.
  • Ron the Death Eater: Silver. This may be because the maker doesn't like Sonic 2006, seeing as another one of his videoes ("Sonic in Jaws") has a dead Silver being used as chum to lure the shark, with Sonic commenting "and nothing of value was lost" after dumping him in.
  • Special Effects Failure: Invoked, as the narrator of the series keeps getting frustrated whenever having problems with GMod.
  • Stylistic Suck: These are very clearly being done badly on purpose, and the description even points this out.
  • Take That: The beginning of Thing seems to be one towards videoes that use GMod Big City.
  • Verbal Tic: Sonic and his "HUBA DUBA!" In Vengeance.

Spotlight-Stealing Squad

  • Darkest Hour: Both of these are still played with the usual Stylistic Suck.
    • Chapter 4 ends with Dave killed by Aradia and his dead body being sent back in time to 1980 and John getting killed by Equius. It took Jade's unusual hacking powers and at least two concepts never hinted at existing (the Lotus Flower existing in this universe and arguably Prospit's existance/Jade's tank and time car) to save them.
    • The end of chapter 3 of the sequel. The "Act 5es" find their way to Launch Base Zone, after skipping everything bar Carnival Night! Except that Caliborn has hooked up giant speakers to the "Death Skull" (this story's knockoff of the Death Egg), which broadcast the Dreambeats. Oh, and he launches the Death Skull too, and it puts the entire planet to sleep, whereupon he will crash the ship into the Earth in three days, wiping out all life on the planet. While the "Act 6es" bar Calliope and Caliborn finally make an Enemy Mine deal with the Act 5es because they disagree with his plan and this leads to them permanently teaming up, the only reason why they aren't put to sleep along with the rest of the planet is because of Latula's bad construction work (leaving a deep hole in the base that leads to a cave system low enough to avoid hearing the beats), and they're only saved because the fake-author both thinks that sound works like smells and has absolutely no idea as to how rockets work. Probably the closest in any of these stories that the bad guy came to winning.
      Dave: The most impressive thing about that plan is how many video games he ripped off at once.
  • : Three vampires — one British, one German, and one Martian — a werewolf, and their army of carrot ant guards get bored with their inactive life and go around the world, annoying people from different franchises one series at a time and putting a shame to the organization which used to house much more competant people before one of them revealed himself as a traitor and later got ran over, another got killed by a liquid metal robot, and their trump card was blown up by a guy who refused to fight his own brother.
    • : Vampires and werewolf take on four cosmic gem-based heroes with still-mysterious exact pasts in a game of paintball.
    • : After their humilating loss at the end of the last story and realization that most of their carrot ants were stolen, they go to a different world and do auditions with various supernatural creaturs, being rejected by all of them. Meanwhile, said gem-people use their carrot ants for stuff.
    • : Remember those three dead guys who were part of the same organization? Let's focus on them instead, in the past. Oh, and this one is done badly on purpose, much like the story that the "current" state of the vampire trio and werewolf came form.


  • An Arm and a Leg: It's revealed that Alucard actually lost an arm and eye after Bro blew up his cell phone. He slowly gets them back over the course of the story after being a vampire and using his regenerative powers.
  • Anachronism Stew: It takes place around World War II (the beginning in WWI), yet in the first chapter alone, we have: a young Yumie playing Super Mario 64, Integra briefly being trapped in a 2015 car, and references to a ton of crap that doesn't exist yet.
  • Brick Joke: Cross-story: In the first chapter of Ulumate, Anderson is called the "final boss of the fan fic." Not even close. Fast-foreward (or rewind) to the last chapter of the Dawn, nearly three years later, where he's the final boss of that fan fic.
  • Chekhov's Gun: Despite being a badfic as with its (chronologic) sequel,
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Each of its six chapters is titled "the" and something that sounds vaguely similar to "Dawn" that's related to it. We have "the Don," "the Dumb," "the Den," "the Demo Run," "the Duon," and "the Done."
  • Load-Bearing Boss: Justified. The pocket dimension made by the Don is kept stable thanks to his chakra molding it around. Once he dies, the orb its kept in falls into the river, and because of the water entering from the outside, the dimension is briefly flooded before it fades away.
  • Pocket Dimension: The Don can make them. Or at least, one.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Rip is confirmed to be 616 by World War II's start. Assuming that HUC/HTD's history is accurate, that makes her really around seven hundred years old by HUC's epilogue.
  • Villain Ball:
    • The Don could have very easily wiped out the entirety of Hecksing, as he's a borderline Reality Warper who can knock out all three of them and at least immobilize them. But then his stupid "elaborate deaths" and his idea of try to hook up Alucard and Walter with his 100 daughters blows it.
  • Villain Exit Stage Left: On the attack on the Katana Gang, Hecksing encounters Yumie, who freezes herself for a future HRG to unfreeze her later. (Or after 10,000 years past.) This unfreezing is implied to happen sometime around Ulumate' first twelve chapters, since she's faced off in said work's thirteenth chapter and Distant Finale.
  • Villain of the Week:
    1. The Don, leader of the Mafiamights
    2. Alexander Anderson
  • Win to Exit: Non-game example: The Don makes "invisible" walls in his pocket dimension that prevent Hecksing from leaving. They have to kill him for him to free them from the dimension.
  • You Keep Using That Word: "Invisible" walls. They're not invisible if you can see the blue chakra composing them.


  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment:
    • The story opens up with Dale dreaming about the opening to New Super Luigi U, with him, Bill, and Boomhauer in the place of Luigi and the Toads, Nancy in the place of Peach, and a Strickland Propane hat said to be Hank's (which the narrative treats like an actual person) in the place of Mario/Mario's hat. It's really just used to have a "nightmare" that leads into explaining the Hills moving away.
    • Hank's head exploding at the end of the first phone call upon getting the news. Despite King of the Hill aiming for realism, and this story... more-or-less following many of the known laws of physics and always avoiding the unexplained otherwise, Hank's head blows up like a bomb. The closest this gets to being mentioned again is that during the next time, he has bandages wrapped around his forehead.
  • Put on a Bus: One of the big gimmicks with this plot, aside from being pretty crack, is that Hank has been forced to move to a (fictional) city by the northern end of Texas thanks to an undisclosed screwup involving Buck Strictland needing to get a new identity. Bill phones him three times over the course of the story, but he ultimately always says that he can't do anything.

Idiot Houdini

  • A Wild Rapper Appears: A few of his later stories end (either the entire thing or a specific chapter, the latter usually for the longer works) with "rap battles" between one character from that story, and one from another that draws similarities with said character.

Broken Bridge
  • Mario & Luigi: Dream Team has a number of these preventing you from going to a later area. The Green Hill Zone? Can't go there until after doing several plot-critical things in the castle, which lasts long enough for the crowd at the beginning to thin out. The Shifting Sand Land? A gate is in the way, and the park manager has to open it. The Dungeon Town? Not until after NPCs clear out a fallen tree first. The Death Mountain? In-story, only people on tours are allowed to climb it, but in-game what's restricting you is needing the pair running the tour to push a block of metal in the right place. The Palmtree Panic? It's closed off at first thanks to over-crowding. And finally, that only leaves The Lost Woods, the opening to which is both behind a series of large jumps requiring a late-game technique and a switch that's revealed right when you're supposed to enter.


Epic Rap Battle Parodies

Follow the Leader

"You're the only Bull who's uglier than Rodman..."
"You should have kept your ugly sneakers packed up on the shelf..."
"I'm so pretty, my hands are so fast..."

I take it this guy's really into looks?

Why does

Ultimate Evil

I know nothing about RQ and I'm just going by what the post in the discussion for the image on the page is. Making a tiny addition should probably explain as to what the heck you're looking at. I probably got the context wrong too.
  • Pictured above is "Cjopaze" from Ruby Quest. Or at least part of Cjopaze, stitched together from multiple images of notebook pages of it drawn on it. Weaver was very, very careful to not reveal too much about the horror at once.


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