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YMMV: Sonichu
  • Accidental Innuendo:
  • Best Known for the Fanservice: Issue 8, the most sexually explicit issue, is also one of the most notorious.
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment:
  • Designated Hero: It's really hard to get behind any of the heroes, as they spend most of their time screwing and are quite prone to Disproportionate Retribution.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Many side characters such as Yawning Squirtle, Boulder Dropping Whale, Kel, Metal Sonichu and Bill the Scientist have become favorites among the fanbase.
  • Fanon Discontinuity: The author is known to Retcon large amounts of the series. It's up to individual followers of the comic whether any (and which) of them caught on or not.
  • Freud Was Right: Quite a few Narmy lines in the comic, as well as one, um, interesting depiction of a pistol. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
  • Idiot Plot: So many examples to choose fromÖ
    • Sonichu #1: Rosechu could have escaped on her own, considering she is just as powerful as the title character. But no, she willingly became the Distressed Damsel.
    • Sonichu #4: If Chris-Chan hadn't done... whatever it was... that got him suspect of solicitation, this issue wouldnít even have a premise, let alone a plot.
    • Sonichu #8: All of it. Whether itís Sonichu confusing drawings with reality, Rosechu trying to counteract 4-cent garbageís pornographic drawings with her own pornographic photographs, or Magi-chanís inability to warn Blake ahead of time the danger he was in, everybody has dropped quite a few IQ points this issue and thatís saying something.
    • Sonichu #9: Dating Education, starting from the fact that the title concept doesnít make any sense and only going worse from there.
  • Inferred Holocaust/No Endor Holocaust: We are told that the Jerkops swell their numbers using a Hypno Ray hypnotic ray gun that only affects the mentally impaired. Which means that when the heroes do battle with them, they're actually pummeling innocent retards. This wasn't addressed until issue 9, and then, such addressing was disregarded until issue 10.
  • Memetic Mutation: While she canonically has grey hair and a viking helmet, earlier artwork of Mary Lee Walsh drew just the helmet, making her look like a bob-cut blonde with devil horns. Practically every piece of unofficial art portrays her as such as a result.
  • Memetic Sex God: Mary Lee Walsh.
  • Narm: The biggest source of entertainment in Sonichu.
  • Narm Charm: Barely qualifies. Some parts contain enough Rouge Angles of Satin typos and awful dialogue to evoke the awesomeness that is Half-Life: Full Life Consequences, but not enough to really make the comic enjoyable on its own.
  • Nightmare Fuel: The deaths of Sean, Alec, Mao, and Evan, especially given the art style...
  • Painful Rhyme: "Sonichu's Ode to Rosechu" uses lance/radiance, and the more obvious tweet/heartsweet.
  • The Scrappy: Sonichu and Rosechu's kids. The children are widely hated by everybody. Even more so than the other characters. This is saying a lot. They may or may not show traits of Creator's Pet as well.
  • Strangled by the Red String: Every single couple.
    • Punchy is hinted to have a crush on Angelica. Then he ends up with Layla Flaaffy.
    • Bubbles is with Blake. They hide their relationship for no clear reason.
    • When Reldnahc is about to be cured of his homosexuality, there is talk of him getting back together with Kel. There is no mention of this in earlier chapters.
  • Strawman Has a Point: Sean's drug induced rant.
  • Tastes Like Diabetes: The Sonees and Roseys, Sonichu's and Rosechu's children especially. In fact, their "cuteness" is so annoying that they're probably the most hated characters.
  • Tear Jerker: Episode 12.5 ďOne Lucky DogĒ, Chandlerís tribute to his deceased pet.
  • Unfortunate Character Design: Lovely Weather looks like a man.
  • Wangst: Chris-Chan when lamenting on how he canít get a girl. Reginald Sneasel as well, being a stand-in for him when he was trapped in the Time Void.


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