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07:09:59 PM May 31st 2015
Care to add any examples from the 90s?
05:23:20 AM Sep 3rd 2013
I feel like the Teen Titans Go! cartoon is practically all about the silver age version of this Trope.
02:44:33 PM Oct 6th 2011
Who's actually gotten a virus from the site? It isn't ticking off any of my scanners. I think who ever reported might have clicked on one of the many advertisements there.
05:30:04 PM Oct 20th 2011
edited by Goldfish2
Yeah I'm interested in hearing about any cases too. Though even if the site does have malware due to ads, the warning should be still kept.

Also since the site is reported to have malware, should we replace all the links to the mirror site instead of the main one?
05:57:39 PM Oct 27th 2011
edited by Goldfish2
Since there hasn't been any replies, I've removed some of the direct links to the main site before the warning appears (URL will be kept just not as a hotlink) to prevent anyone from reading in getting malware (well those who don't use noscript + adblock or so). Feel free to revert the edits though if anyone disagrees that it is needed.

I haven't removed the ones in the example yet though.
03:51:53 PM Dec 16th 2011
I haven't got any warnings, but I use mac.
10:55:29 AM Jun 29th 2011
The reason for this trope, however, isn't the writer's intent. During the Silver Age, the covers were designed first, and the writers had to work around that cover that had been drawn without a story.

I just thought of a possible Forum game based on this trope! Go to a Fan-Art site for your favorite work (or just DeviantArt) and pick out a picture that is obviously OOC. Then try to craft a story using that pic as a cover.

Yes, I know, I'm probably Late to the Punchline... but still...
09:28:08 AM Nov 23rd 2010
It looks like the original site is hacked and/or dead..
03:51:09 PM Dec 16th 2011
I think it's back up now.
09:38:47 PM Aug 25th 2010
Aren't most of the examples - all of the film ones, for a start - simply superheroes being dicks instead of the marketing tactic described in the trope?
12:14:05 PM Jul 8th 2010
OMG, an interrobang!

. . .Sorry, I just found that pretty cool (the question/mark exclamation thing after "How could this be"). Made of Win to the troper who added that.

You may now return to your regularly scheduled life-ruining.

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