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Going the other way, his ''Zombie Apocalypse" review had him being constantly interrupted by the various horror and b-movie reviewers who wanted to collaborate with him on the review/steal the review from him
Captain Obvious: Dr. Wiki appears to explain various scifi terms that people may not understand well - and things that everyone understands perfectly, such as what a bicycle is.
Explosive Decompression: A slip-up on his part. In the Titan A.E. review, there is a scene where two characters are thrown into space, and manage to make it back into a ship, relatively unharmed. The characters in question exhale before leaving the ship.
Due to the fan reaction, in his cross-over Total Recall (1990) review Sci-Fi, when asked, has to put up the disclaimer that the effects of Explosive Decompression have never been tested on humans and as such cannot comment.
Foreshadowing: A "foreshadowing hammer" is used as a complaint on how Splice is unsubtle with it.
Hurricane of Puns: Frequently when The League of Inebriated Gentlemen meet, both intentional and unintentional.
Hypocritical Humor: With lampshaping in the Superman Returns episode. Leo spends the episode showing off his Unlimited Wardrobe of Superman shirts. At a certain point he complains about the film's problems with inconsistency looking down at the shirt that kept changing...
Never Trust a Trailer: He complains that Splice used only one out of context scene to imply it had many horror elements.
Nice Guy: One of the few critics on That Guy With The Glasses not to play a total asshole.
Yaoi Fanboy: For a joke, he casually suggests at the end of “The Sixth Day” review that original!Critic keep his cloned self as a Sex Slave. He and Critic have a lot of Homoerotic Subtext generally, but usually Critic's the only one being molesty.