- Straight: Bob expresses his feelings more often and more openly than the other heroes.
- Exaggerated: All the other heroes are completely expressionless; Bob, a giant man with Super Strength, reacts with his emotions cranked Up to Eleven all the time.
- Downplayed: Bob expresses certain emotions more openly than other heroes.
- Justified: Bob's strength means people are more reluctant to mock him for being sissy.
- Inverted: Bob is The Stoic; the weaker heroes are more expressive.
- Subverted: Bob looks like a man who is comfortable with his emotions. However, when Emperor Evulz tortures one of the Five-Man Band, the camera pans across all the heroes, looking infuriated/horrified/tear-stricken...and when the camera gets to Bob, he's completely expressionless.
- Double Subverted: ...But then it turns out that the stoicism resulted from Bob going into a Heroic BSoD. Afterwards, he wails for an hour, and, after pulling himself together tenderly patches the wounded member up.
- Parodied: ???
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Bob is no more or less emotional than other heroes.
- Enforced: The executives want to send a message that emotions are not sissy, so they have the strongest hero show his emotions the most often and the most openly.
- Lampshaded:Alice: Bob's built like a boulder, but he's the most expressive of all of us.
- Invoked: Bob's parents, knowing he's likely to become strong, teach him to be emotionally open.
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: ???
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed:Viewer: "I've noticed in movies, it's always the big guys who aren't afraid to cry."
- Implied: Bob walks past, tears drying on his face.
Playing With / Emotional Bruiser