This is simply what you think is the (not some of the, the) best example of any trope (an objective trope, not subjective, since this already is subjective). The "Crowning Example" if you will.
There could be several reasons you think an example is the best.
You think it's the best in terms of illustrating the trope.
You think it's the most well done.
It's your favorite play in that trope.
You just really like the source material.
Oh, several things before you list examples:
Each troper gets one example per trope, no more.
Don't go "no, this is," or phrases like that. This is about our own personal favorites.
3×3 Eyes: Happy Ending Unlocked! Requirements Become the demonic manservant of a triclops, fall in love with said triclops, have The Dragon manipulate your life and cause her to go missing, search for years to find her, try to return her memories to her only to realize she's a Tomato in the Mirror stand-in so you have to find the real one AGAIN, fail at your plan to destroy the soul of the Big Bad and instead bring him Back from the Dead, make a Deal with the Devil to save your demon lover by being thrown into another dimension where you will constantly die and be revived in a zero-oxygen environment for months on end in order to find the last living triclops and bring her back to Earth, have that triclops and your lover become part of a sacrifice in a second plan, have THAT fail spectacularly and let the Big Bad become a god, have your ridiculously-powerful magic stripped from you at the last moment so that you're just a normal human again, have the Big Bad proceed to cause The End of the World as We Know It by absorbing the souls of all but 2-3 dozen humans (which doesn't necessarily preclude the souls of your loved ones), prove that you are perhaps the greatest Determinator in history by STILL managing to pull off a last-second win, and reverse the apocalypse he'd just incited. ~Emillang1000
CWCville, full stop. Not only is every commercial operation there branded "CWC", anyone in the city who opposes its namesake for any reason is automatically evil, and all the good guys are on Comic-Chris's side. Really, takes the whole idea of Egopolis to a whole new level. ~ Anonymous User, Man Without A Body
DoctahWight. "We may at be abew to lokay anudda enewgy emission fwom da wadaw woom! When we fine dat metea, we'ww fine Doctah Wahwee!"translation "We may be able to locate another energy emission from the radar room! When we find that meteor, we'll find Dr. Wily!" This is apparently the result of having Japanese VA speak English. ~ DAN004
The Mass Effect Codex. Seriously, the primary entries are enough to get anyone fairly well acquainted with the ME universe, but nope, it goes into a whole set of secondary entries expanding the universe even further. ~ Khallos
Seconded. Want to learn about quarian eating habits? Cross-species religions? Krogan biology? The asari life cycle? How the heck eezo works? It's all there. ~Tera Chimera
Princess Luna, who not only has impossible amounts of fanfic and fanart dedicated to her, a lot of which is actually good, but also manages to be both dark and a horse. ~ Sacred Sturgeon
Seconded on Luna, while Derpy is in essence a Recurring Extra and shows up quite a lot throughout the series, Luna was on screen for about half a minute in one episode, said two lines and spawned said impossible amounts of fanworks before even being mentioned again in Season 2 and not appearing again until a whole year after her first appearance. - Calnos
The people of Picoaza, Ecuador electing a foot powder their new mayor. Whether you consider it epic fail on behalf of the people or the politicians who let them down, I think you can hardly argue that it doesn't really get any better than this. (The direct link doesn't seem to work here but if you go to snopes.com and do a search for the words Ecuadorian foot powder then you'll get it.) - ZiggyZag
In Nichijou we have Dolph who killed himself by kicking himself in the foot causing him to trip and is pronounced dead there is no balcony, no convienent spikes he just falls on the floor on the spot. KantonKage
The Mallorean: Garion. He summoned one little thunderstorm with magic to make an impressive lightning display. It stopped the war, alright. And then it triggered a domino effect of global disasters: hurricanes, floods, droughts, a weather system thrown into such global chaos it even triggered an ice age. It required the combined talents of the two most powerful sorcerers alive, and six gods, months to fix the mess. Garion's been banned from manipulating the weather for 2,000 years as a result.
Neil Peart alone, whose nine-minute drum solo "O Baterista" ends up sounding like something that would accompany the Rat Pack. ~ Be
Yoshiki Hayashi (X Japan}. 20 minute drum solo in the On The Verge of Destruction concert in 1992, 12 minute drum solo at Yokohama 2010. The 2010 one is even more impressive, arguably, because Yoshiki has severe neck and back injuries and has recovered from surgery for a cervical disc herniation. Which he got from years of drumming like this. Also see Art Of Life below, which i yet another example of Yoshiki's Epic Rocking. ~ A Groupie
The devil in the original Bedazzled 1967. He takes the time to cut off buttons on dry-cleaned laundry, scratch records in record stores, encourage pigeons to do their stuff on passersby... ~ Marvel Girl
Pat Garrett And Billy The Kid. One of the most infamous battles between a director and studio ever, and to this day the film is still being Re Cut in attempts to try to get it to how Sam Peckinpah wanted it. Other wiki link. ~The Wanderer
Dead Space 2. While there are a few instances of it in game, the most triumphant example comes as the trope is made into a mini-game. Complete with close ups of the needle entering the pupil and squicky sounds.
Cormac McCarthy's The Crossing. The only example I know of where the victim's eyes are *sucked* out, rather than gouged or ripped out by hand, and where they retain their vision until they dry out, so he actually sees his friends trying to jam them back into place. —Wrybread