Tropes for the film The Misfits
- Alternate Character Interpretation: Why was Gay wrestling the horse? Does it symbolise him pursuing the woman he lost, and finally having to let go of her? Or did he just need something to dominate?
- Esoteric Happy Ending: So Roslyn drives off in Gay's arms after he let all the horses go... and you wonder if this was the ending Arthur Miller intended.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: This wouldn't be the last time an Eli Wallach character would be left behind in the desert, screaming his head off.
- Love to Hate: Guido is a real jerk, but he's an interesting, messed up character and my does Wallach shine in the role!
- She Really Can Act: This would have been the film to finally show Marilyn Monroe for the talented actress she was, and she proves it.
- Squick: The movie is disturbing enough, but pairing young Marilyn Monroe together with old, falling apart Clark Gable is just... ew. What's more, Gay is a massive jerk. Also, the scene where he gazes at Roslyn's butt is just wrong.
Tropes for the band The Misfits
- Broken Base: The "old" or "classic" Misfits (1977-1983) compared to the 1990's Misfits incarnation with Jerry and Doyle, but Micheal Graves instead of Glenn Danzig and Dr. Chud on the drums compared to the current version with Jerry Only on Bass and Vocals, Dez Cadena (of Black Flag ) on guitar and Eric "Goat" Arce (of Murphy's Law) on the drums.
- Face of the Band: Glenn Danzig, and, much later, Jerry Only.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: The guy whose stage name was Only ultimately ended up being the only founding member left in the band.
- Nightmare Fuel: Most of their songs.
- Signature Song: "Last Caress", though "She" and "Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?" also count.
- They Changed It, Now It Sucks Some people's response to the Graves and Only fronted Misfits.
Tropes for the Fanfic The Misfits
- Crowning Moment of Funny: Part 7 features a side-story where Goku and Vegeta are inspecting the original characters' home city of Canton, Ohio and Vegeta, angry in his own way at the events of 9/11 (which had just happened earlier that day), wants to get drunk to the point of stupidness. Goku reluctantly agrees to let him have his moping, and they find a bar in which Nina happens to also be there also depressed about the day's events and gets to witness Goku and Vegeta getting into a Vodka-drunking contest, in which Goku wins by a hair [although it's implied by both Goku and Vegeta that Goku simply cannot get drunk for some reason, while Vegeta can]. Hilarity Ensues, including a part where Goku and Nina sneak into Goku and Vegeta's rented out house only to find a agitated Piccolo waiting for them in the same way an angry parent waits for their child to get home from being late. Again some hilarity ensues.
- Part 8: Piccolo and #17 are now taking their turns exploring the city of Canton, when #17, being the fun lover he is, wants to try to get Piccolo, the stoic, serious guy he is, to lighten up and have a bit of fun. #17 takes them to a motor lot and buys a pair of motorcycles, in which he goads Piccolo into riding on. This leads to both #17 and Piccolo racing each other down the streets of Canton, with #17 constantly heckling Piccolo to enjoy fun and not to feign being a sourpuss. Piccolo then decides to challenge #17 in a way by having them ki-levitate themselves and their motorcycles onto the roof of a nearby building [a tall one], and have them fly through the air on just a single forward thrust of ki alone and see where they end up. #17 accepts, and the two end up reaching an abandoned stadium where Goku, Vegeta and Mr. Buu are trying to train Alex, Vernon and Jason. Piccolo and #17 land and almost run down Alex, Jason and Vernon by accident before taking back to the skies via ki, still on their motorcycles. Hilarity ensued.
- In Part 9, Radditz ends up with a part-time job at a McDonalds in the southern township of Canton. Some of the characters probably held in some laughter at seeing a McDonalds cap in his long, lufty hair at the end of the part, and laughs are played when he takes orders and one specific order made by the character is blindly guessed [correctly] to be Goku's, to his feigned dismay.
- The story loves to go out of the usual Status Quo for Dragonball-based stories and make some of the Dragonball characters face some hilarious real-life situations in general. The author was very fond of the driver's test filler episode for one, and has read other stories about DB characters doing more mundane things in life like drinking and playing sports, and likes mixing it up with these kinds of elements.
- It Was His Sled: It's recommended you know at least Dragon Ball pretty well before reading this.
- Nightmare Fuel: Some of the explanation of Hell in the prologue as the mysterious daemonlord is introduced. Flesh eating plants that bleed out of their roots anyone?
- Another variant is a small bit where Clint has a small daydream/vision in the middle of a training session in Part 12, where he sees Alex, disfigured and forcibly transformed into a different entity, thinking he is possessed by Giygas, whom Clint learned from Paula might potentially some day make a return from death. This triggers a semi-transformation to Super Saiya-jin 3 which he only holds onto for a split second.
- In the same vein, Part 12 also has Goku explain the origins of his Super Saiya-jin 3 transformation: The Saiya-jin in question must apparently induce a form of nightmarish visions on themselves. Goku claims in his visions he saw Vegeta, Nappa and Radditz become Super Saiya-jin 2s and start murdering various characters, good guys and villains alike, even describing some of the more horrific ends the villains meet, and then of his own horrifying killing of them, fused into one being when he first becomes Super Saiya-jin 3 in the vision. Also, the strange and unknown voice whispering to Vegeta, Nappa and Radditz in his vision "OBLITERATE, SPREAD, PERSPIRE" over and over is just plain unnerving to Goku, who somehow could also hear it despite it being directed at the other three Saiya-jin.