YMMV: GWAR

  • Broken Base: Despite Brockie's wish for the band to continue after his death, there are still some fans who insist that the addition of Blothar and Vulvatron is a disgrace to the name of GWAR. Keep in mind that various characters have been portrayed by different people over GWAR's history (even as a joke band opening up for themselves), and that when the exact same situation happened earlier with the passing of Cory Smoot, not too many fans raised a huge stink.
    • The latter point can be (more or less) justified when one remembers that Oderus literally was the Face of the Band - almost every interview of the band featured him, he was the only character consistently played by the same person, and let's face it - he couldn't open his mouth without saying something so completely ridiculous that it made everyone either crack up or foam at the mouth with rage; there was no in-between.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: Twice is an understatement - especially live.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: Their second appearance on the Onion AV Club's cover song segment. They start with Billy Ocean's "Get Out Of My Dreams (Get Into My Car)", and then smoothly segue into Baba O'Riley before mashing the two up.
  • Crowning Moment of Funny: Oderus' numerous appearances on Fox News' Red Eye. Crowning Moment of Awesome also goes to Fox News for letting this happen.
  • Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: Yes, the big, mean, crude space aliens actually preformed clean pastiches of two of their songsnote  for a kid's cartoon (albeit, one with an impressive Parental Bonus). Thanks to their generosity, children all the world over will know the joys of metal.
    • Their third appearance on the Onion AV Club's already mentioned "Undercover" series, which was also their first since the passing of Dave Brockie. The song they were supposed to be covering was Pet Shop Boys' "West End Girls", but like their Billy Ocean cover, the ending mashed it up with another song - This time it was The Jim Carroll Band's "People Who Died", with new lyrics referencing friends of the band who they'd lost over the years, including Dimebag Darrell, Robin Williams, Peter Steele, and even Cory Smoot note  and Dave Brockie himself (as well as his alter-ego Oderus Urungus, because The Character Died with Him):
      Dave died alone in his chair in his room.
      He had just turned 50, it was way too soon.
      Oderus went up in flames,
      Now all of Vallhalla chants his name!
      Brockie, I miss you more than all the others.
      I salute you, my brother!
  • Just Here for Godzilla: No really, they make music too.
  • Magnum Opus: The band and many fans consider Scumdogs of the Universe to be their best album
  • More Popular Spin-off: Originally known as Death Piggy, Gwar started off as a joke opening act for themselves.
    • Inverted with the X-Cops, as they only managed one album and a single before Dave Brockie ended the project.