An internet series following the villainous organisation, Coyle Command, in its ongoing mission to destroy their arch enemies, COMMANDO and take over the world. Which would be going a lot smoother if the number of competant operatives couldn't be counted on a single hand.Existing as a Facebook page for a year or so before hitting Youtube, Coyle Command was essentially created as a parody of COBRA, the villains from G.I. Joe. Outside of a small handful of elements, however, the series has pushed itself into its own territory, rather than relying on parody. The series creator 'That Kid With The Sideburns' (or simply, Kid Sideburns) has mentioned outright forgetting he was originally doing a parody at times.The core of Coyle Command is made up of..
Coyle Commander: Easily angered, faceless and croaky voiced leader of the organisation.
Anni Hilator: The Commander's simple minded, partially cybernetic, and fully despised assistant.
O'Connell: A rare somewhat competant Mook who is fully loyal to his master.
Colonel Blitzer: Head Of Warfare, a half German, half Russian man with a not-at-all-secret sensetive side.
Agent B: A stealth expert with an odd hatred towards supermarkets and groceries.
Call Back: The use of Surfin' Bird in The Parallel Panic Part 4 when Blitzer is sniping General Osmosis references the NVO video Mission Improbable Part 3 when its played as a missile launch is used to open the dimensional portal.
Cyborg: Coyle Commander's assistant Jan is upgraded into one after trying to take over the show (the procedure was intended to kill him). Despite being touted as a super soldier and having computer programs running through his head, this hasn't made him any more useful.
Deliberately Monochrome: A Zombie for Knightfox is filmed like a Silent Film, complete with piano soundtrack and speech cards.
Dem Bones: Coyle Commander at the end of Coyraoke #2
Early-Bird Cameo: Blitzer holds an Enforcer at gunpoint before shooting him in Turning The Cogs, before the official introduction of COMMANDO in Rock You Like A Hurricane.
Early-Installment Weirdness: Coyle Commander once opened an episode declaring 'Hail Coyle', accompanied by saluting with his hand in a C shape. He has yet to try the former again, apparently on the grounds that it is not as fun as saying 'Coyle-lalala.' The official Facebook page also still lists 'COYEEEEEEEEEEL' as the battlecry, as it was before they started makinng videos.
Not completely fazed out, but videos don't usually open with CC twirling around in his chair and talking to the audience as much any more.
Karmic Death: Australiaman decides to inflict this on Blitzer by hunting him down, unarmed in a forest, thanks to villain's generally loving kidnapping and torture [[spoilers: Averted, as Blitzer immediately hunts and kills him instead.][
Pocalypse also vanished for a bit after he was kidnapped by Yaoi Fangirls at AV Con. He had to swim back to base.
Retcon: At the time of filming, the character who knocks out O'Connell and Anni in Coyle Command Assassinates Batman was indeed intended to be Batman, albiet an unusual portrayal. Come Breaking Bat about a year later, he is treated as a different character (Word of God refers to him as Human Bat).
Sequel Episode: Breaking Bat to Coyle Command Assassinates Batman, as well as Happy Birthday Ray and Happy Birthday Ray...Again.
Sexbot: The Commander is very irritated to find that some of the Troopers figure this is the best use of the Android Program...and them quietly asks Anni is the Science Department have finished making his yet.
Shock and Awe: Pocalypse modifies his robotic hand to shoot bolts of electricity as of Shock Treatment.
Agent Cee and Mr. E also lack faces. In the case of Ce,m his face is merely shadowed out, while with Mr. E, the entire screen is blurred out.
The Bus Came Back: Agent B was banished to The Void for a few months after being caught by the Commander's security system. He finally managed to escape in The Return...using a pick axe.
Pocalypse had it similar, getting kidnapped by Yaoi Fangirls shortly after his introduction. His return however had less fanfare; appearing twice (once as a voice)before his absence was discussed in any length.
The Cameo: Hazmat Citizen Crusader at the end of A Christmas Coyle as The Ghost of Christmas Haz.
The Chew Toy: Anni doesn't get paid, is regularly abused by the Commander, is universally despised by the CC crew, and their in-house dentists apparently want to sell his teeth. Fortunately, he only occasionally seems to realise this.
Ironicaly reversed with Anni and Vic. Unlike most everyone else, Vic is fond of Anni, while Anni despises him for being a lawyer.
Villain Song: Coyraoke sketches have Coyle Commander singing at least somewhat villainous songs. So far, Dance Magic Dance and Spooky Scary Skeltons.
Villainous Breakdown: Coyle Commander is already upset over his constant failures in Complete Failure, but he goes completely nuts when Father Cybernetica tries to dethrone him.
Vocal Evolution: Though his appearances was very brief, Vorn's first appearance had him speaking in either no accent at all, or the same as Coyle Commander. In his second appearance, he regularly slips between a shriek and casual tone.
Yet Another Christmas Carol: A Christmas Coyle. Notably, the first flashback doesn't quite get the message across, the Commander manages to skip the second, and the third is not the Ghost of Christmas Future, but rather the ghost of Doctor Vorn getting revenge.