Discussed by The Nostalgia Critic and The Cinema Snob while reviewing Sharknado. They conclude that the way to really make money is to mix three awesome things instead of two, which leads to brainstorming things like Lightning Ninja Werewolves and Cannibal Nazi Spiders.
Facebook has about 10,000 or so cookie-cutter applications that let users become pirates, zombies, vampires...you name it. None of them serve any purpose other than to trick people into giving low-life "developers" access to their private information. Additionally, the site has a "Pirate" option, which translates the interface text into pirate slang (e.g., instead of writing on your friend's wall, you "scrawl on their plank").
In The Sick Kids, the sequel to The Intercontinental Union of Disgusting Characters, the character Ridiculous Sword has a weapon described as a "+6 holy vorpal defender frost-brand flame-tongue sun luckblade of wounding, dancing, life stealing, disruption, slaying everything (as in the arrows of the same name), throwing, thunderbolts, red blue green black white brass & copper dragon slaying, speed, final word, and 9 lives stealing with maximum intelligence, 8 special purposes, and enough artifact powers to leave her set for life".
Derek the Bard is a wizard Green Lantern librarian in touch with his inner eldritch abomination.
A member of Encyclopedia Dramatica users pretend to have alter-egos. Demongoat has a Demonic Goat/Reptilian Alien Hybrid form, Takkunelwood is a Marijuana Fairy/Alien Changling, Magnum is an Illuminati Reptilian Alien/Troll hybrid.