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** Speaking of Zim's voice, the first trailer for the movie featured Zim sending a radio transmission speaking in a pitch that made him sound a lot more menacing than usual, although this ends once Gir interrupts.


* Zim pulling off a VoiceOfTheLegion when he unveils Minimoose as the final piece to his masterplan. It is easily the most chilling...no...''demonic'' he has ever sounded in the series' existence, perfectly highlighting just how far Zim had come from barely posing as a threat.

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* Zim out of nowhere pulling off a VoiceOfTheLegion when he unveils Minimoose as the final piece to his masterplan.master plan. It is easily the most chilling...no...''demonic'' he Zim has ever sounded in the series' existence, perfectly highlighting just how far Zim he had come from barely posing as a threat.


* Zim pulling off a VoiceOfTheLegion when he unveils Minimoose as the final piece to his masterplan.

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* Zim pulling off a VoiceOfTheLegion when he unveils Minimoose as the final piece to his masterplan. It is easily the most chilling...no...''demonic'' he has ever sounded in the series' existence, perfectly highlighting just how far Zim had come from barely posing as a threat.

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* Zim pulling off a VoiceOfTheLegion when he unveils Minimoose as the final piece to his masterplan.


[[caption-width-right:350:This is what happens when [[Zim finally wins!]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:This is what happens when [[Zim [[TheBadGuyWins Zim finally wins!]]]]


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[[caption-width-right:350:This is what happens when [[Zim finally wins!]]]]



* The Florpus hole in general: Think a black hole but with such a powerful force that it could annihilate a planet and numerous ''other versions of the planet from alternative realities.''

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* The Florpus hole in general: Think a black hole but with such a powerful force that it could annihilate a planet and numerous ''other versions of the planet from alternative realities.'''' Some of the alternate versions of the cast screaming in agony as they are thrust into the Florpus hole are pretty nightmarish. Especially the version in the page image.


* According to Zim, GIR ate a baby at a taco place.

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* According to Zim, GIR ate a baby at a taco place. This also happens in the Invader Zim comics.


* The first encounter of chair Dib and Zim concludes with a particularly unsettling moment where as Zim's lawn gnomes close in on Dib, Zim, Gir, the robotic parents and minimoose fade away into the darkness of Zim's home with only their red menacing eyes remaining fixed on Dib who's about to get beaten up. Most unnerving of all surprisingly, Gir's expression before fading away is very distant and "brain dead," looking.

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* The first encounter of chair Dib and Zim concludes with a particularly unsettling moment where as Zim's lawn gnomes close in on Dib, Zim, Gir, Minimoose, and the robotic parents and minimoose Robo-Parents fade away into the darkness of Zim's home with only their red menacing eyes remaining fixed on Dib who's about to get beaten up. Most unnerving of all surprisingly, Gir's expression before fading away is very distant and "brain dead," looking.


Yeah, Creator/JhonenVasquez may have lightened up a bit over the years, but it'll still do you some good to remember that this is still ''[[NightmareFuel/InvaderZim Invader Zim]]'' and Vasquez is still [[ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac the guy who thought up Johnny C]]. [[CaptainObvious No shit]] there'll be a bit of horror mixed in with all the wackiness:

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Yeah, Creator/JhonenVasquez may have [[CreatorRecovery lightened up a bit bit]] over the years, but it'll still do you some good to remember that this is still ''[[NightmareFuel/InvaderZim Invader Zim]]'' and Vasquez is still [[ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac the guy who thought up Johnny C]]. [[CaptainObvious No shit]] there'll be a bit of horror mixed in with all the wackiness:

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* According to Zim, GIR ate a baby at a taco place.

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*The first encounter of chair Dib and Zim concludes with a particularly unsettling moment where as Zim's lawn gnomes close in on Dib, Zim, Gir, the robotic parents and minimoose fade away into the darkness of Zim's home with only their red menacing eyes remaining fixed on Dib who's about to get beaten up. Most unnerving of all surprisingly, Gir's expression before fading away is very distant and "brain dead," looking.


* It's worth noting that upon realizing that Earth - and therefore, Zim - are now in the path of the Irken Armada, the Tallest's first impulse (after bemoaning the situation) isn't to alter their course, but ''prepare to blow up the Earth'' as soon as it's within range of the primary cannons. They're willing to obliterate a planet, and all life on it, just to kill ''one person.''
** Also worth noting is their suicidal ignorance. Despite the ship's main navigator repeatedly warning them about the danger of the Florpus, and how they can change course to avoid it, the Tallest flat-out ''refuse to listen,'' even going so far as to ''mock'' the poor guy. Whether out of arrogance (they might have thought the Massive could withstand the Florpus), dogma (maybe it's Irken tradition to plow a course through the galaxy, crushing anything in its path), or flat-out LethalStupidity, the Tallest consigned themselves, and the entire Irken Armada, to a FateWorseThanDeath.

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* It's worth noting that upon realizing that Earth - and therefore, Zim - are now in the path of the Irken Armada, armada, the Tallest's first impulse (after bemoaning the situation) isn't to alter their course, but ''prepare to blow up the Earth'' as soon as it's within range of the primary cannons. They're willing to obliterate a planet, and all life on it, just to kill ''one person.''
** Also worth noting is their suicidal ignorance. Despite the ship's main navigator repeatedly warning them about the danger of the Florpus, and how they can change course to avoid it, the Tallest flat-out ''refuse to listen,'' even going so far as to ''mock'' the poor guy. Whether out of arrogance (they might have thought the Massive could withstand the Florpus), dogma (maybe it's Irken tradition to plow a course through the galaxy, crushing anything in its path), or flat-out LethalStupidity, [[TooDumbToLive stupidity]], the Tallest consigned themselves, the crew of the ''Massive,'' and the entire Irken Armada, armada that was following it, to a FateWorseThanDeath.

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* It's worth noting that upon realizing that Earth - and therefore, Zim - are now in the path of the Irken Armada, the Tallest's first impulse (after bemoaning the situation) isn't to alter their course, but ''prepare to blow up the Earth'' as soon as it's within range of the primary cannons. They're willing to obliterate a planet, and all life on it, just to kill ''one person.''
** Also worth noting is their suicidal ignorance. Despite the ship's main navigator repeatedly warning them about the danger of the Florpus, and how they can change course to avoid it, the Tallest flat-out ''refuse to listen,'' even going so far as to ''mock'' the poor guy. Whether out of arrogance (they might have thought the Massive could withstand the Florpus), dogma (maybe it's Irken tradition to plow a course through the galaxy, crushing anything in its path), or flat-out LethalStupidity, the Tallest consigned themselves, and the entire Irken Armada, to a FateWorseThanDeath.

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* Zim's nightmare about being put on trial can be very disturbing. Not only do we see Zim be forcibly re-encoded to nothing by the control brains, which looks to be a FateWorseThanDeath, but his mindless body is immediately tossed into the hungry maw of an alien monster before Tallest Purple could finish his sentence. Knowing the Tallest, they would gladly jump on the opportunity to do something like this to Zim if they could.

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* Zim nearly '''''killed''''' Dib. And he was '''pleased''' about it too. If it weren't for Prof. Membrane's good timing, Dib would've died by being crushed by Zim's robots.

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