Duplicate, doesn't show the trope: Fate Worse Than Death get usage counts
Deadlock Clock: 9th Jun 2012 11:59:00 PM
Losing Your Head
already uses this image, and there's nothing here that suggests the spy is in any sort of agony.
Just looks plain dead.
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We need something in the vein of And I Must Scream...
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What about a picture of Han Solo frozen in carbonite?
Okay, what about someone forced to live as a face sticking out of a block of cement?
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It was a Doctor Who episode.
The gist of it is that she got absorbed by an alien - an "Absorboloff" if I remember correctly - and then the alien melted or something and the doctor somehow used his sonic screwdriver to...
you know, to be honest, it made just as much sense even in context.
Basically, she's stuck like that forever.
I dunno. That image is kind of spoiler for non-fans
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Well, the spoiler is only for the plot of one episode, not a major story arc.
edited 21st Mar '12 4:40:02 PM by ThatHuman
Check this thread
on Cracked for a few examples we may be able to use?
Special trousers. Very heroic.
You need too much context to understand what the fate is. At first glance, it looks like she's just wearing an odd collar. Beyond that, she's relatively content for the time being, so not worse than death.
You need too much context to understand what the fate is
Yeah, I was worried about that.
Something from these YuYu Hakusho
edited 21st Apr '12 8:45:08 PM by Servbot
A pocketful of saudade.
I remember the maggot-thing from Franken Fran
as a page image for a similar trope before... Is it this one?
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