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* Comicbook/{{Superboy}} Prime In ''Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis'':

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* Comicbook/{{Superboy}} Prime In ''Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis'':''ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis'':

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* ''ComicBook/{{Thunderstrike}}'': After trying to think of a good code name for himself, Eric slips and says "Thunderstrike" to the public, which is like Thor calling himself Mjölnir.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StuntDawgs'': In the comic, Airball telling the readers why he must find out what the Stunt Dawgs are rejoicing for.
-->'''Airball:''' For I am zee evil Airball! Second-in-command of zee evil Stunt Scabs... led by zee evil Richard Fungus! By zee way... did I mention we are evil?


-->'''Superboy Prime: '''''I'll kill you! I'll kill you to DEATH!'''''

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-->'''Superboy Prime: Prime:''' '''''I'll kill you! I'll kill you to DEATH!'''''


* In an issue of ''Comicbook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'', Apparition is waiting for Ultra Boy. The narration reads:

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* In an issue of ''Comicbook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'', ''Comicbook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', Apparition is waiting for Ultra Boy. The narration reads:



* This exchange from a "Webelos Woody" strip in ''Boys' Life''
-->'''Restaurant Patron:''' I'll have toasted toast on toast with a side order of toast.\\
'''Waiter:''' Would you like toast with that?\\
'''Restaurant Patron:''' '''[[LampshadeHanging No!]]'''
* In the ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' arc "Bitch", a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan has been kidnapped by extra-terrestrial aliens from another planet and addresses the following people when reading the ransom note from the aliens who kidnapped a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan and are now holding him for ransom.
-->'''Ronald Reagan:''' I'd like to assure Nancy and Larry and George and Larry and George and Larry and all the people this great country of ours that I'm okay.
* Superboy Prime: '''''I'll kill you! I'll kill you to DEATH!'''''
* [[Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}} Deathstroke the Terminator]]. Yes thank you, we gathered that you kill people from the first bit. Unless you're also responsible for laying off employees, "the Terminator" is not needed. The name actually came about by an error in his introductory issue, where he was referred to first as Deathstroke, then as the Terminator, so they decided to combine them.

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* This exchange from a "Webelos Woody" strip in ''Boys' Life''
-->'''Restaurant Patron:''' I'll have toasted toast on toast with a side order of toast.\\
'''Waiter:''' Would you like toast with that?\\
'''Restaurant Patron:''' '''[[LampshadeHanging No!]]'''
* In the ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' arc "Bitch", a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan ''Comicbook/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan'', Peter Parker has been kidnapped by extra-terrestrial aliens from another planet and addresses the following people when reading the ransom note from the aliens who kidnapped a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan and are now holding him for ransom.
-->'''Ronald Reagan:''' I'd like to assure Nancy and Larry and George and Larry and George and Larry and all the people
this great country of ours that I'm okay.
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-->'''Franchise/SpiderMan:''' He hasn't seen angry till he's seen me angry.
* Superboy Comicbook/{{Superboy}} Prime In ''Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis'':
-->'''Superboy
Prime: '''''I'll kill you! I'll kill you to DEATH!'''''
* [[Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}} Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}: Deathstroke the Terminator]].Terminator. Yes thank you, we gathered that you kill people from the first bit. Unless you're also responsible for laying off employees, "the Terminator" is not needed. The name actually came about by an error in his introductory issue, where he was referred to first as Deathstroke, then as the Terminator, so they decided to combine them.



* [[Characters/GLOrangeLanternCorps Larfleeze]]'s [[BadassCreed oath]]:

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* Franchise/GreenLantern: [[Characters/GLOrangeLanternCorps Larfleeze]]'s [[BadassCreed oath]]:


* The obscure DC Comics miniseries ''[[ComicBook/{{Prez}} Prez: First Teen President]]'' stars a U.S. President named Prez Rickard. That's right, President Prez Rickard. His mother had a premonition when he was born and decided to name him appropriately.

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* The obscure DC Comics miniseries ''[[ComicBook/{{Prez}} ''[[ComicBook/{{Prez1973}} Prez: First Teen President]]'' stars a U.S. President named Prez Rickard. That's right, President Prez Rickard. His mother had a premonition when he was born and decided to name him appropriately.


* The obscure DC Comics miniseries ''Prez: First Teen President'' stars a U.S. President named Prez Rickard. That's right, President Prez Rickard.

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* The obscure DC Comics miniseries ''Prez: ''[[ComicBook/{{Prez}} Prez: First Teen President'' President]]'' stars a U.S. President named Prez Rickard. That's right, President Prez Rickard. His mother had a premonition when he was born and decided to name him appropriately.


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* Marvel's Time Variance Authority, a bureaucracy that monitors every universe in existence, actually has a Department of Redundancy Department.
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* The Mad Thinker from ''ComicBook/UltimateFantasticFour'' talks [[MotorMouth lightning fast]] and repeats herself expressed in a different way, a bit like [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Blurr]] would.


* Creator/DCComics. "DC" stands for Detective Comics, ergo their name is Detective Comics Comics. They also publish a series called ''Detective Comics''. Which means it's Detective Comics Comics' Detective Comics. And the comics they publish are Detective Comics Comics' comics.
* DC has a series of omnibus reprints of comics, called Showcase Presents. One volume reprints the 1950's comic book Showcase, so it's Showcase Presents Showcase. So... Detective Comics Comics Presents Showcase Presents Showcase.

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* Creator/DCComics. "DC" stands for Detective Comics, "Detective Comics," ergo their name is Detective Comics Comics. They also publish a series called ''Detective Comics''. Which means it's Detective Comics Comics' Detective Comics. And the comics they publish are Detective Comics Comics' comics.
* DC has a series of omnibus reprints of comics, called Showcase Presents. One volume reprints the 1950's comic book Showcase, 1950s comicbook ''Showcase'', so it's Showcase Presents Showcase. So... Detective Comics Comics Presents presents Showcase Presents Showcase.

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* The obscure DC Comics miniseries ''Prez: First Teen President'' stars a U.S. President named Prez Rickard. That's right, President Prez Rickard.


** You're '''[[HotBlooded HUGE!]]''' That means you have '''[[NarmCharm HUGE GUTS!]]'''

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** You're You are '''[[HotBlooded HUGE!]]''' That means you have '''[[NarmCharm HUGE GUTS!]]'''


* FrankMiller [[SignatureStyle repeats himself with a lot of repetition. Repeatedly. Also, whores and prostitutes.]]

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* FrankMiller Creator/FrankMiller [[SignatureStyle repeats himself with a lot of repetition. Repeatedly. Also, whores and prostitutes.]]



* Creator/DCComics. "DC" stands for Detective Comics, ergo their name is Detective Comics Comics.
** They also publish a series called ''Detective Comics''. Which means it's Detective Comics Comics' Detective Comics.
** And the comics the publish are Detective Comics Comics' comics.
* DC has a series of omnibus reprints of comics, called Showcase Presents. One volume reprints the 1950's comic book Showcase, so it's Showcase Presents Showcase.
** So... Detective Comics Comics Presents Showcase Presents Showcase?

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* Creator/DCComics. "DC" stands for Detective Comics, ergo their name is Detective Comics Comics.
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Comics. They also publish a series called ''Detective Comics''. Which means it's Detective Comics Comics' Detective Comics.
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Comics. And the comics the they publish are Detective Comics Comics' comics.
* DC has a series of omnibus reprints of comics, called Showcase Presents. One volume reprints the 1950's comic book Showcase, so it's Showcase Presents Showcase. \n** So... Detective Comics Comics Presents Showcase Presents Showcase? Showcase.



* In the ''StrontiumDog'' arc "Bitch", a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan has been kidnapped by extra-terrestrial aliens from another planet and addresses the following people when reading the ransom note from the aliens who kidnapped a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan and are now holding him for ransom.

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* In the ''StrontiumDog'' ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' arc "Bitch", a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan has been kidnapped by extra-terrestrial aliens from another planet and addresses the following people when reading the ransom note from the aliens who kidnapped a senile and completely clueless UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan and are now holding him for ransom.



* [[Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}} Deathstroke the Terminator]]. Yes thank you, we gathered that you kill people from the first bit. Unless you're also responsible for laying off employees, "the Terminator" is not needed.
** The name actually came about by an error in his introductory issue, where he was referred to first as Deathstroke, then as the Terminator, so they decided to combine them.

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* [[Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}} Deathstroke the Terminator]]. Yes thank you, we gathered that you kill people from the first bit. Unless you're also responsible for laying off employees, "the Terminator" is not needed.
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needed. The name actually came about by an error in his introductory issue, where he was referred to first as Deathstroke, then as the Terminator, so they decided to combine them.



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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' comic "Murder Mania" that appeared in ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' has a character note that [[FairCop Miranda Wright]] is pretty, helpful, pretty, efficient, and pretty helpful and pretty efficient as well.
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