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* ''Webcomic/BattleKreaturez'' features various blob monsters, such as Blobrog, Goosprite, Gasplorg and Littervore.


* The Military Cook from ''ComicBook/{{Sturmtruppen}}'' ''made'' one by accident when his "mess" was struck by a lightning bolt. It devoured several soldiers before being defeated.

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* The Military Cook from ''ComicBook/{{Sturmtruppen}}'' ''made'' one by accident when his "mess" was struck by a lightning bolt. It devoured several soldiers before being defeated. The AttackOfTheKillerWhatever nature of it was lampshaded when it was created:
-->'''Private Franz''':"Ze cook said that ze lunch is ready, und he requests a flamethrower."
-->'''Officer''':"What for?"
-->'''Private Franz''': "Well... he said that ze lunch has taken fictious life und is slithering towards our lines."
-->'''Officer''': "[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall If you want to work in a horror comic try to find a better excuse!]]"


* Morph, Silver's PirateParrot in ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'' is a pink, floating, shapeshifting, [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter ridiculously cute]] blob.

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* Morph, Silver's PirateParrot in ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'' ''WesternAnimation/TreasurePlanet'' is a pink, floating, shapeshifting, [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter ridiculously cute]] blob.

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* ''VideoGame/BugFables'' has the Abomihoney, which is what happens when honey droplets are improperly mixed.


* The ''Anime/PrettyCure'' series features a surprising amount of these in both shapeless and shapely form, no less. Heartcatch for instance, features a large gel-like female creature made of water, although she mainly weeps. In the Fresh season, however, one of the villains creates a shadowy facsimile of Setsuna who morphs her body into tentacles as well as melts into the shadows of her opponents to ambush them.

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* The ''Anime/PrettyCure'' ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' series features a surprising amount of these in both shapeless and shapely form, no less. Heartcatch ''[[Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure HeartCatch]]'' for instance, features a large gel-like female creature made of water, although she mainly weeps. In the Fresh ''[[Anime/FreshPrettyCure Fresh]]'' season, however, one of the villains creates a shadowy facsimile of Setsuna who morphs her body into tentacles as well as melts into the shadows of her opponents to ambush them.


* Gooigi in ''VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon'' and ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'' was created by [[MadScientist Professor E. Gadd]] after an accident involving ectoplasm and coffee. While vulnerable to water and fire, he's immune to sharp objects and can squeeze through grates and pipes that Luigi cannot.



* Glurps in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''.

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* Glurps in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''. They are healed by [[LightningFireJuxtaposition the element they represent and take critical damage from the opposite element.]]

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** As well as the Gookum from Mad #2, which causes the Martian storyteller to flee to Earth. He is horrified to see someone eating Jello, which they call "dormant Gookum"!


* Sui from ''LightNovel/CampfireCookingInAnotherWorldWithMyAbsurdSkill'' is a young slime who tags along with Mukouda and Fel after [[TastesLikeFriendship Mukouda feeds him]]. He's an ExtremeOmnivore, able to eat anything and everything Mukouda gives him (though he can filter it so he can clean what he absorbs), and can also [[AcidAttack shoot acid]]. His intelligence and special abilities lead Fel to wonder if Sui might not just be simply unique, but a special kind of unique.

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* Sui from ''LightNovel/CampfireCookingInAnotherWorldWithMyAbsurdSkill'' is a young slime who tags along with Mukouda and Fel Feru after [[TastesLikeFriendship Mukouda feeds him]]. He's an ExtremeOmnivore, able to eat anything and everything Mukouda gives him (though he can filter it so he can clean what he absorbs), and can also [[AcidAttack shoot acid]]. His intelligence and special abilities lead Fel Feru to wonder if Sui might not just be simply unique, but a special kind of unique.



* Several of these appear in some of the Precure series, ranging from a generic blob-like monster to even a shadowy doppleganger of one of the Cures. The main villain of two of the crossover movies is literally a fusion of several monster types called Fusion, who can absorb the attacks of the Cures, changing his colors, size and abilities.


Their appearance will also vary depending on the work, as well as whether they are supposed to be cute or disgusting. Eastern created media tends to depict them [[CuteSlimeMook as cute gum-drop like blobs with bright colors]] and small BlackBeadEyes when cute, and when evil, have dark or [[GoodColorsEvilColors harsh colors]] and {{jagged mouth}}s. Western created works also tend to give them water droplet like bodies when cute, but instead give them large, bulging eyeballs that loosely float in their mass for the same effect; and when evil, they tend to have runnier bodies & usually have other villainous features, such as teeth, or being hazardous to the touch.

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Their appearance will also vary depending on the work, as well as whether they are supposed to be cute or disgusting. Eastern created media tends to depict them [[CuteSlimeMook as cute gum-drop like blobs with bright colors]] and small BlackBeadEyes when cute, and when evil, have dark or [[GoodColorsEvilColors dark or harsh colors]] and {{jagged mouth}}s. Western created works also tend to give them water droplet like bodies when cute, but instead give them large, bulging eyeballs that loosely float in their mass for the same effect; and when evil, they tend to have runnier bodies & usually have other villainous features, such as teeth, or being hazardous to the touch.


* Sui from ''LightNovel/CampfireCookingInAnotherWorldWithMyAbsurdSkill'' is a young slime who tags along with Mukouda and Fel after [[TastesLikeFriendship Mukouda feeds him]]. He's an ExtremeOmnivore, able to eat anything and everything Mukouda gives him (though he can filter it so he can clean what he absorbs), and can also [[AcidAttack shoot acid]]. His intelligence and special abilities lead Fel to wonder if Sui might not just be simply unique, but a special kind of unique.



* Okaydo is fond of these as well, with slime girl Suu in ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' (a blue and green blob who can assume humanoid form, able to mimic anyone she knows, with an antenna that lets her share others' feelings), as well as slime girls in ''Manga/DeadlineSummonner'' and ''Manga/TwelveBeast''.

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* Okaydo is fond of these as well, these, with slime girl Suu in ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' (a blue and green blob who can assume humanoid form, able to mimic anyone she knows, with an antenna that lets her share others' feelings), as well as slime girls in ''Manga/DeadlineSummonner'' and ''Manga/TwelveBeast''.



** One of the filler arcs for Dragon Ball Super features a type of "superhuman water" which actually turns out to be a sentient superweapon that mimics the form of those it touches en masse, but because it also absorbed the negative psyche of its targets, it had to be sealed away to avoid a catastrophe. Some of it ends up absorbing all of Vegeta's powers, including his Super Saiyan Blue forms and for the English dub, this fake Vegeta is even voiced by none other than Brian Drummond
** The anime and manga have their own spin on the final villain of the Future Trunks arc, Fused Zamasu
*** In the anime, Zamasu receives a face full of a full-powered Kamehameha from Goku after an intense beam clash, reducing half of his body to a gooey purple substance that cannot properly regenerate. After snapping and striking himself with his own power, that half becomes a bloated gooey mess which still serves as an adequate bludgeoning weapon

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** One of the filler arcs for Dragon Ball Super features a type of "superhuman water" which actually turns out to be a sentient superweapon that mimics the form of those it touches en masse, but because it also absorbed the negative psyche of its targets, it had to be sealed away to avoid a catastrophe. Some of it ends up absorbing all of Vegeta's powers, including his Super Saiyan Blue forms forms, and for the English dub, this fake Vegeta is even voiced by none other than Brian Drummond
Drummond.
** The anime and manga have their own spin on the final villain of the Future Trunks arc, Fused Zamasu
Zamasu:
*** In the anime, Zamasu receives a face full of a full-powered Kamehameha from Goku after an intense beam clash, reducing half of his body to a gooey purple substance that cannot properly regenerate. After snapping and striking himself with his own power, that half becomes a bloated gooey mess which still serves as an adequate bludgeoning weaponweapon.



** Also from Super, Universe 3's Maji Kayo

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** Also from Super, Universe 3's Maji KayoKayo.

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* These are the weakest monsters of ''{{VideoGame/Grow}} RPG''.


* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' has the memorable FemmeFatale, Inque, a metahuman that exists as an amorphous shapeshifting black blob.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' has the memorable FemmeFatale, Inque, a metahuman that exists as an amorphous shapeshifting black blob. When she wants to, she can change into a [[ShapeshifterDefaultForm recognizably human form]].


** The Like-Likes, man, the ''[[DemonicSpiders Like-Likes!]]''.
** Morpha in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]''.

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** The Like-Likes, man, the ''[[DemonicSpiders Like-Likes!]]''.
Like-Likes are gelatinous creatures that engulf Link, [[MooksAteMyEquipment steal his equipment]], and spit him back out..
** Morpha the giant amoeba in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]''.


* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'': The Smooze from [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie1986 the 1986 movie]] makes a return in season 5 of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', in the episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E7MakeNewFriendsButKeepDiscord "Make New Friends but Keep Discord"]] when [[MadGod Discord]] brings him along as a guest to the Grand Galloping Gala. HilarityEnsues. He's much friendlier in this incarnation, albeit prone to eating all the gems he can get his ooze on.

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* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'': The Smooze from [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie1986 the 1986 movie]] makes a return in season 5 of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', in the episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E7MakeNewFriendsButKeepDiscord "Make New Friends but Keep Discord"]] when [[MadGod Discord]] brings him along as a guest to the Grand Galloping Gala. HilarityEnsues. He's [[AdaptationPersonalityChange much friendlier in this incarnation, incarnation]], albeit prone to eating all the gems he can get his ooze on.


* Slimes with different elemental variants appear in ''WebOriginal/{{Mortasheen}}.'' There is also two other kinds of monsters, the Oozeoid and Oozenaut, who form a symbiotic bond with the first slime that tries to eat them, using the slime as body tissue between their skeletons and HazmatSuit-esque skins. There is also the ridiculous-looking Spewze, which is an accidental mutation of biological runoff (not unlike slimes themselves) that acts as a cheaper (and far stupider) alternative to oozemen.

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* Slimes with different elemental variants appear in ''WebOriginal/{{Mortasheen}}.'' They're noted to be a "Baby's First Monster" for the Biologian class, usually usually purpose-grown for a certain task. There is also two other kinds of monsters, the Oozeoid and Oozenaut, who form a symbiotic bond with the first slime that tries to eat them, using the slime as body tissue between over their skeletons and under their HazmatSuit-esque skins. skins, respectively. There is also the ridiculous-looking Spewze, which is an accidental mutation of biological runoff (not unlike slimes themselves) that acts as a cheaper (and far stupider) alternative to oozemen.



* Visceroids Up Until ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberiumWars'' Count too

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* Visceroids Up Until up until ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberiumWars'' Count toocount too. They result from an uneven [[GreenRocks Tiberium]] mutation, resulting in a gob of necrotic flesh that can only experience hunger. When two Visceroids merge, they become dangerous, able to threaten vehicles and spray tiberium gasses to create more visceroids.



* The protagonist of ''VideoGame/DeadCells'' has been described as "a lump of snot on a corpse." It's a head-sized, green ameoboid creature with a burning (read: actively producing smoke like a hot coal) red nucleus fused to the neck stump if a recently decapitated plague victim.


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* The protagonist of ''VideoGame/DeadCells'' has been described as "a lump of snot on a corpse." It's a head-sized, green ameoboid creature with a burning (read: actively producing smoke like a hot coal) red nucleus fused to the neck stump if a recently decapitated plague victim.

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