YMMV / Hammerman

  • Affectionate Parody: According to Critic, this show is so bad and lazily created that it simply could not have been created with serious intentions.
  • Ear Worm: HAMMA-MAN! HAMMA!
  • Fridge Logic:
    • In "Defeated Graffiti" Stanley needs quarters to call the police even though emergency numbers are free.
    • Gramps was the Hammerman, but he needs a new Hammerman due to becoming too old to use the magic. The magic takes a toll on his body, and he eventually couldn't contain it any more. However, the theme says "Gramps and his granddaughter," meaning that he already had a son or daughter, but we're never shown his child, only his grandkid. The show never addresses the fact that Gramps had either a kid or in-law who could possibly become the new Hammerman. This would not be so noticeable were it not implied in the theme song.
    • Jodie went with her grandfather to find a new Hammerman. She knows Stanley, and she knows Hammerman, but she doesn't know Stanley is Hammerman.
  • Special Effect Failure: Almost the entire animation of the show consists of this, including extremely poor number of frames and editing errors.
  • So Bad, It's Good:
    • The theme song.
    • For the show itself, from the choppy animation to the cheesy raps and lines.
  • Snark Bait: Because of poor animation, silly plot and strange characters.
  • Suspiciously Similar Song: The theme song is reminiscent of MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This".
  • Memetic Mutation: Extremely cheap animation.
  • Uncanny Valley: There Is something off about the villain Defacely Marmeister.
  • Watch It for the Meme: Most people do not even know about the existence of this series, so those who watch this show now, probably learned about it from either The Nostalgia Critic or The Mysterious Mr. Enter, or Rob The Wonderful's Cartoon Clipshow, or through its theme song, or through the general concept of it being an M.C. Hammer cartoon.