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Flash-Gitz Animation (now known as "Flashgitz") is a team of two animators, Tom Hinchcliffe and Don Greger, who create animations (and also a webcomic called "Regular Marine") spoofing the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Their first video was a spoof of Space Hulk's third edition, which was originally posted on Newgrounds.

They also frequently collaborate with MeatCanyon and have a podcast hosted together with him called "Cream Crew." They also have a second Youtube channel titled "Tom and Don" where they post shorter animations, drawings for fun, and various topics (mostly video game or animation related).

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    Space Hulk 
  • Alien Blood : Genestealer blood is a florescent yellow-green, probably as a reference to the Alien and Predator films.
  • Armor Is Useless : Lampshaded in episode two:
    Zael (comforting a nervous scrub): "Chin up, lad. We got's terminator armor, after all."
    Gideon: "I seem to remember genestealers having Rending Claws, Zael. This armor's about as protective as wrapping your dick in a napkin to fuck a chainsword."
    • This is due to the rules of Space Hulk predating the WH40k rules for Terminator armor having absurdly hard surfaces that can withstand nearly any for of attack. As well, one Genestealer piece could represent multiple Genestealers, which would be able to encircle and disable the Terminator, then eventually abrade through the armor.
  • Big Damn Heroes : Sergeant Lorenzo shows up out of nowhere to save Squad Gideon from a genestealer broodlord.
  • Captain Obvious : When Lexicanium asks the squad (who are being attacked) if there are genestealers onboard the space hulk, Zael responds:
    Zael: "Of course there's fucking genestealers you- Fffffffuck!!"
  • Creative Closing Credits : The credits of episode one shows the cast as tabletop miniatures.
  • Death by Adaptation: Double subverted with Sergeant Lorenzo. The first episode has him flamed by Zael, only to miraculously show up in the next episode in a Big Damn Heroes and Walking Shirtless Scene... only to be be promptly be killed off by another genestealer after a few seconds.
  • Drop the Hammer : Sergeant Gideon.
  • Eagle Land: Chad Valencio. The only Blood Angel with an American accent that believes in freedom and suing people.
  • Freak Out : Zael panics when Sergeant Lorenzo (albeit unintentionally) and dozens of genestealers block his path to the objective, resulting in him using his heavy flamer on Lorenzo to clear the way.
    Zael: "Must... reach... objective! Must... escape... hellhole! Must... BUUUUURRNNN!!!"
    • By episode two, this incident has earned him a reputation as a trigger-happy nutcase, and his entire squad is terrified of him as a result.
  • Helmets Are Hardly Heroic : Lorenzo, Gideon and Lexicanium are the only marines not wearing helmets.
  • Honor Before Reason : Sergeant Gideon is obsessed with glory and heroics to the point of being suicidal and forgoing logical thinking.
  • Instant-Win Condition : In episode one, after Zael destroys the control console, he is surrounded by genestealers as he pathetically whimpers in terror. Suddenly, the aliens vanish, leaving Zael dumbfounded until the words 'MISSION SUCCESSFUL' appear above his head.
    Zael: "Oh... That's c-convenient."
  • It Amused Me : It's blatantly obvious that the reason Lexicanium sends his squads into the space hulk is because he finds their deaths highly amusing.
  • Kill It with Fire : Zael carries a heavy flamer.
  • MacGuffin : The C.A.T. unit in episode two. It gets destroyed when Leon and Zael take out their frustrations on it after the mission.
  • Mauve Shirt : Chad Valencio. The only things that set him apart from the other Redshirts are his chainfist and strangely-American accent.
  • Mind Manipulation : Lexicanium telepathically forces Zael to want to go to the Space Hulk and to admit that he has a stupid name.
    • Shortly afterwards, he commands Leon to never again reference older versions of Space Hulk, and that he is also in love with his assault cannon.
  • Mission Control Is Off Its Meds : Lexicanium gleefully sends the troops under his command on increasingly suicidal and pointless missions, rigging the deployment of squads to stack the odds even further against them. His reception is mixed, at best.
    • To a lesser extent, the unseen intercom operator onboard the I Was A Bitch To Draw.
    Intercom: "Boarding Pod Seven, prepare to die... I mean, launch."
  • No Fourth Wall: The characters are blatantly aware they're in a game with Red Shirts and story elements.
  • Oh, Crap! : Leon, when the broodlord shows up.
  • Pass the Popcorn : Lexicanium in episode one.
    Lex: "Bring me more soda!"
  • RedShirt : Every unnamed terminator, referred to collectively as 'the scrubs'. They represent the generic power-fist-and-storm-bolter terminators in the board game that are often sacrificed to protect terminators with unique/mission-critical weapons - like Leon and Zael.
  • Spared By Adaptation: Sergeant Gideon and Zael, who die in the main board game.
  • Tempting Fate : In the opening of episode one, Leon talks about how it's nice when a day goes by without any invasions, wars or space hulks suddenly appearing from out of nowhere. Cue a space hulk suddenly appearing from out of nowhere.
    Leon: "...Fuck. There goes my smile."
  • Unexplained Accent : Valencio has a clear North-American accent, rather than the European accents Warhammer 40,000 is known for.
  • Unexplained Recovery : Sergeant Lorenzo appears to be incinerated to ashes in episode one, but it is revealed that he survived to perform his Big Damn Heroes moment in episode two. His explanation to Squad Gideon is that the rulebook says he still does some stuff in later missions, so he couldn't actually die. He then gets killed by a random genestealer three seconds later.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene : Lorenzo in episode two.
  • Wolverine Claws : Claudio has a set of lightning claws... until he breaks them by dragging them through a wall.

    Regular Marine 
  • Benevolent Boss : Lord Flutter-Squeak is thankful of Regulus and Marinus' help in making them terrifying again, and rewards them with captured guardsmen to replace the starship crew they'd accidentally starved to death.
  • Caped Mecha : Fritz's Imperial Knight.
  • Dressing as the Enemy : Regulus and Marinus quickly avoid being mutilated by the Night Lords by posing as renegades (The Deficators). They also claim that they scared off the Ultramarines from their (stolen) cruiser and intentionally starved the human crew as proof.
  • Eye Scream : Upon becoming chapter-master of the Ostrogoths, Fritz's eye is shot out with a laser as part of an old tradition which dictates that every master must resemble the chapter's one-eyed-skull emblem.
    • He later gets some revenge on the servo-skull that took his eye, by ripping out it's mechanical eye to use as a replacement.
    • The tradition started with the primarch Ostrominous, who cut out his own eye in grief after he failed to protect his brother Magnus from the wrath of Leman Russ and the Space Wolves. The Ostrogoths Legion adopted the one-eyed skull as their heraldry soon afterwards.
  • Expressive Mask : Bat Boy's helmet, to the greatest extent.
  • Gag Testicles : A Tyranid carnifex with abnormally-large 'venom sacs'. Unfortunately, they aren't a weak point.
  • Good Costume Switch : When BatBoy joins the Ostrogoths, he swaps out his Night Lord colors for the chapter's black, white and orange scheme. He still wears his bat-ear helmet, though.
  • Hope Spot : The Ostrogoth gene stock is shown flying away in a transport to safety... until it is destroyed by Calgar's drop-pod moments later.
  • Horde of Alien Locusts : The Tyranids attack the Ostrogoths' homeworld and destroy the entire chapter.
  • Last of Their Kind : Regulus and Marinus are the last of the Ostrogoths.
    • Later, it is revealed that Captain Fritz also survived.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac : Bat Boy makes passes at just about anything that looks female, and his lifelong dream is to have sex with a Tyranid norn-queen.
  • Nightmare Retardant : In-universe, The Night Lords have become this, due to their terror tactics already being somewhat a common thing in the galaxy (and the fact that there are other beings that can do far worse than them), to the point that when they invade a planet, the Imperial Guard force stationed there doesn't take them seriously.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here : After Regulus and Marinus are sent on a penance crusade, they are informed that all Ultramarines aboard their cruiser have already made planet-fall. Already despising the Ultramarines, they use this as an opportunity to seize the vessel and sail as far from the Ultramarines as they can.
  • Shout-Out : After almost a full page of Tau battlesuit pilots speaking Gratuitous Japanese, an Imperial Knight mecha attacks them, roaring "Imperial Gothic, motherfucker, do you speak it!?"
  • Status Quo Is God : The Ultramarines refrain from destroying the Saim-Haan craftworld on these grounds. The Ostrogoths are mortified.
  • Super Senses : Lord Flutter-Squeak of the Night Lords is blind, but can see through ultrasonic. This is achieved by having anyone in his presence tap their feet.
  • Weaksauce Weakness : The Horus Heresy-era Space Wolves were scared off by the noise of a vacuum cleaner.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene : Marinus, Regulus and Bat Boy, after being captured by the Eldar.

    The Trials of Draigo 

     Super Future 

    Racist Mario 
  • Adaptational Villainy: Mario takes this up to eleven. He was originally an All-Loving Hero who fought evil, but his character is shoehorned into a swear-word-heavy psycho who will stop at nothing to destroy every single non-Nintendo character around him as well as his fellow Nintendo characters.
  • Animated Shock Comedy: Contains tons of shock humor and Gorn.
  • Ass Shove: Mario does this to Donkey Kong with the banana. He shoves it up so far that it comes out through his mouth.
  • Black Dude Dies First: Knuckles is played off as a stereotypical black man and Mario finishes him off first.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Mario inflicts one upon all of his victims, except for Toad who he simply decapitates.
    • Yoshi gets an item box smashed over his head, getting shards of glass all over his face and eyes.
    • Knuckles gets his kart blown up, sending his decapitated, partially incinerated head flying.
    • Sonic is death-gripped by the throat and gets his head forced against a boost panel, effectively sawing his face open.
    • In fact, Mario ends up on both ends. His own death involves Kratos decapitating Mario and spearing the mad plumber's head on a stake.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: After he disagrees with the other racers on letting racers from non-Mario games race in Mario Kart, Mario decides that he's not only going to murder the non-Mario characters, but murder the Mario characters as well for letting the non-Mario characters race in the first place.
  • Domestic Abuse: According to Princess Peach, Mario gave her a black eye. Her backside is also covered in bandages.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Mario gets a deep voice in his Bullet Bill Mario form.
  • Eye Scream: Mario ends up on both ends. Kratos inflicts this upon him with the Blades of Chaos at the end. Earlier, Mario used an item box as a weapon against Yoshi, smashing it over the latter's head, getting many a shard of glass in his eyes.
  • Fanservice: The thumbnail and the ending, with Peach and Daisy sitting naked on top of Kratos's shoulder muscles.
  • Fantastic Racism: Mario hates non-Nintendo characters and even goes after his own Nintendo racers when he thinks that they are conspiring against him. Sonic comments on this upon his discovery of this disaster.
    Sonic: What is he? Some kind of racist?
    Mario: You're all race traitors!
  • Gory Discretion Shot: We don't see Kratos stabbing Mario in the eyes with the Blades of Chaos, but we do see what happened to Mario afterwards.
  • Hate Sink: Everything Mario does in this animation is to make the audience hate him as much as possible. The part where he disowned Luigi as a brother truly made him cross the line.
  • I Have No Son!: Mario denies his identity as Luigi's brother and thus defies a Heel–Face Turn.
    Luigi: Mario, stop! We're brothers!
    Mario: I have no brother.
  • Irrational Hatred: It's never explained why Mario hates non-Nintendo characters so much.
  • Kick the Dog: Mario takes this to extremes with his treatment of his opponents, especially with his denial of being Luigi's brother.
  • Laughing Mad: Ash, as we see him.
  • Mood Whiplash:
    (Sonic and Luigi have just witnessed Knuckle's partially incinerated head fly by.)
    Luigi: It must be-a Mario. He just... he take-a racing way too seriously!
    (Pan forward, where we see Peach racing with a black eye.)
    Peach: He takes everything too seriously!
  • N-Word Privileges: Mario's one spoken line as Bullet Bill is, "I'm coming for you, nigga." when he goes after Luigi.
  • Off with His Head!: Mario decapitates Toad's head and eats it to become giant. It's also implied he did the same to Crash as he was seen throwing the bandicoot's head at Kratos.
  • Ominous Latin Chanting: Subscribe to Flashgitz... Flashgitz is awesome...
  • Precision F-Strike: Compared to Mario, who sprinkles his dialogue with these, Luigi drops a single swearone dring his realisation of Mario's catastrophic attack.
    Luigi: Holy shit! Mario's killing all the non-Nintendo racers!
  • Press X to Not Die: As a reference to his series, Kratos goes against giant Mario at the end through a series of quick time events.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Mario sure loves the F-word in his dialogue.
  • Serious Business: Mario takes racing too seriously, leading to him going batshit insane.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: Kratos. His shoulder muscles are so massive that he can race with Daisy and Peach sitting naked on top of them.
  • Wham Line: "Mario, stop! We're brothers!" "I have no brother."

    Halo Party 
  • The Alcoholic: Halo 4 is presented as being constantly drunk with a bottle of beer in his hand.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Inverted. Depsite being one of the older ones, Halo 2 is actually the whiniest and most immature of them all.
  • Black Comedy Rape: Gary tries this on Halo 4 out of revenge. See Pay Evil unto Evil below.
  • Cool Big Bro: Halo 3 acts as one to Halo 4 and is the only person to offer him any kind of comfort during his moment of sadness, even giving him a Rousing Speech before being mercilessly killed by one of the Elites.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: It's shown that underneath his alcoholism, Halo 4 is mostly just trying to fight his feelings of inadequacy.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: As unpleasant and rapey as he is, Gary does seem genuinely upset when he thinks back to his little brother being killed and teabagged.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Aside from Halo 3, nobody really seems to like Halo 4. However, Microsoft insists that as a member of the family, they have to include him.
  • Jaded Washout: Halo 4 is always drunk and severly depressed. The Elites even mock him, mistaking him for a homeless person.
  • Jerkass: Gary, an Elite Major, really isn't that pleasant of a guy. And that's before he tries to rape Halo 4.
  • Kick the Dog: While the Elites have every right to be pissed off at Halo 4, they take things a bit too far when one of them kills Halo 3 just to spite him.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: Gary, an Elite Major, carries a serious grudge against Halo 4 for murdering his little brother and teabagging his corpse. He decides to get even by attempting to rape Halo 4.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Halo 4 always seems to cause nothing but trouble. While playing Pin the Tail on the Donkey, he he ends up destroying a Flood Carrier that realeses a horde of infectors that start attacking everyone at the party. And while does manage to avenge Halo 3's death, he attaches a sticky bomb to an Elite that blows up right next to Microsoft and a heavily pregnant 343i, which leads to the Humanoid Abomination that is Halo 5.

    Console Wars 
  • A God Am I: The Glorious PC Gaming Master Race is seen as this, but only by themselves. Everyone else simply ignores the gargantuan flying machines and their owners who are more interested in fighting each other instead of the consoles or mobile games.
  • Always a Bigger Fish: The 'iceberg' is revealed to be an immense floating fortress built by Mobile Gaming companies, and it effortlessly destroys the Console Gaming ships.
  • Asian Speekee Engrish: The PlayStation consoles, being created by Japanese company Sony, speak in this manner.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Inverted. A Nintendo 64 protects it's older SNES brother from being killed by Crash Bandicoot.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Once the PS 1 summons Crash Bandicoot, the Sega Genesis kills itself and all hope is lost for the SNES... until N64 arrives to block Crash's spinning attack and protect it's older brother.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: The first Glorious PC Gamer craps himself once another Glorious PC Gamer shows up with an even better PC.
  • The Caligula: Xbox One, dressing like a certain mad Roman Emperor and showing immense incompetence and power madness when running his empire, is also doing his best with channeling the crazy energy of Emperor Commodus after casually killing a slave and "rewarding" the other's with a single spoon of broth on the ground before throwing a scalding hot helping on another slave, topping it all off by throwing the empty spoon on another. And that's not even going to his breakdown at the end of the episode.
    Xbox One: "Am I not kiiiiind? AM I NOT GENEROUS?!"
  • The Cameo: In the Microsoft video, Mario appears on a tiny raft representing Nintendo, berating Peach (who now has two black eyes) as she rows the boat towards the warring PlayStation and Xbox, claiming he's about to kick their asses. He makes good on his promise in a later episode, causing a complete massacre against the forces of the Xbox One.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: When Microsoft is told that the Xbox fanboys are becoming dissatisfied and are refusing to keep shoveling money into the ship's furnaces:
    Microsoft: "God-shit-fuck-dammit! Give 'em Destiny 2! Give 'em anything! Give 'em another Halo game! Who gives a shit!?"
  • Dirty Coward: Mr. Dukes abandons his fellow Xbox consoles and escapes on a stolen PS-Vita when the Mobile Gaming warship starts attacking.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: The first Glorious PC Gamer doesn't take it very well when the consoles ignore him and simply play mobile games or card games.
  • Emergency Cargo Dump: In order to raise their sails and catch up to Sony, Microsoft is convinced by Mr. Dukes to drop a massive Kinect system off the Xbox ship.
  • Evil Versus Evil: Sony and Microsoft are both completely selfish in their goals, and use fanboys as a source of slave labor. Microsoft in particular even uses its own exclusive mascots to row the ship, and occasionally kills them off so fickle fanboys can drink their blood.
  • Eye Scream: When the Xbox and PlayStation fanboys start murdering each-other, we get a shot of one fanboy having his eyes messily gouged out.
  • Form-Fitting Wardrobe: The incredibly tight outfit of the Glorious PC Gaming Master Race can hardly be considered clothes as much as a second layer of skin.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: When the captive PS4 spits a disc in Mr. Duke's face, it's shown to be a copy of Knack.
  • Lame Comeback: The only responce the first PC Gamer has to the other PC Gamer for having a better PC than him? "Yeah, well... well you're a... fucking faggot!"
  • Laser Blade: The consoles on both sides use these - The Xbox consoles use plasma swords from Halo, while the PlayStation consoles use PS3 motion controllers.
  • Number Two: Mr. Dukes, an original-generation Xbox, is this to Microsoft.
  • Outside-Genre Foe: The Mobile Gaming Market.
  • Perspective Flip: The story is told in two videos; one following Microsoft, and the other following Sony. A third part is later revealed detailing the fall of Xbox One.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: Both ships are powered by enslaved fanboys kept loyal with each company's newest products.
  • Shout-Out: The Glorious PC Gaming Master Race are depicted as in Zero Punctuation, tall muscular men with glowing white hair.
  • Serious Business: The Sony perspective video opens with a PlayStation 4 being disciplined for the grievous sin of... not returning a copy of The Last of Us to its box and letting it get scratched. The guilty PS4 promptly commits seppuku by Laser Blade.
  • Social Darwinism: Microsoft expresses this philosophy when the Xbox fanboys and captured PlayStation fanboys start attacking each-other.
    Mr. Dukes: "Sir, they're... killing each-other."
    Microsoft: "It's okay, Mr. Dukes. The strong shovel money faster. Let nature take its course."
  • Villainous Breakdown: Xbox One really didn't take it well when his army was destroyed by Nintendo and his slaves were taken away by them as well.
    Xbox One: "This isn't over, Sicilionius...We'll take back our gamers AND PUT OUT THEIR EYES!! THEY CAN'T BE TEMPTED BY NINTENDO GAMES IF THEY CAN'T SEE THEM!!
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The PlayStation 1 sabotages his company's ship to prevent them from hitting the iceberg, which leads to Microsoft catching up to Sony. Sadly, it only delayed the inevitable.

     The Furry Crusade 
  • Animalistic Abomination:
    • "Star Sparkle" from The Furry Pit seems like your average anthropomorphic fox... up until he transforms into an emaciated hellspawn that sprouts tentacles from its back and split into new tentacles hydra-style if cut. The Furry Emperor keeps him around to make particularly adamant prisoners "repent", but will allow him to "fuck [them] to death" if they still refuse.
    • The "Lupus Mortem" corruption from Furry: First Contact turned planet Pulchra into a planet-sized furry. One expedition to its surface after the fact convinced the Black Templar to "help it die". See "Genius Loci" and "That's No Moon" for some explanations as to why.
  • Ass Shove: How one marine meets his end.
  • Badass Boast: The Black Templars short answer to Strong Fang's final words before crushing his head and moving on to destroying Mobius with ease:
    Strong Fang: "You want our existence to have an easy answer...something you can point to and stop...But there is no stopping us...So long as there are outcasts with no dad to play catch with...or lonley homeschooled boys with internet connection...or Asians...Our seeds will find fertile soil...How can you stop an idea?"
    Black Templar: "You underestimate the amount of rope we have."
  • Bait-and-Switch:
    • How the entire series started. The first episode, Furry Apocalypse, starts off as a regular parody against furries, along with their odd sexual habits, until drop pods full of Black Templars come down on the planet, leading to gore, gangbangs, cockvore and an Exterminatus.
    • This is also how the second episode, Sonic Gets Cucked, finds its way into the series. It looks as if it will just be a regular Sonic parody untill Eggman, running for his life to warn Sonic, is suddenly gunned down by a Black Templar aircraft before the rest of Mobius gets butchered with ease, with Sonic only barely surviving by being rescued against his will by a force of furries.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: The furries are portrayed as a bunch of stereotypical sex-obsessed weirdos that take far more losses than wins against their battles against the Black Templars, but they still have a few ways of posing a threat such as Zerg Rush tactics, magicians and the occasional champion. And that's not even getting into them being able to create Planet-Sized furries if a world gets corrupted enough! Granted, for every few Astartes they take out, the Astartes returns the favor by destroying an entire planet belonging to the furries, including one of their homeworlds and Mobius.
  • Black Comedy Rape: The Furries' preferred mode of attack is to hop on the Space Marines in large groups and dry-hump them to death. Despite being completely decked out in heavy Power Armor, the Marines still treat the act with absolute horror.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: The parasites living upon the planet-sized furry are on par with certain strains of Tyranids, able to take on Space Marines without too much difficulty if they get a good ambush.
  • Chainsaw Good: Several Black Templar make use of chainswords for slaughtering furries. The captive in The Furry Pit uses one to slice off Star Sparkle's tentacles, for all the good that does him.
  • Death from Above: More than once, the space marines order Exterminatus.
  • Defiant to the End: Initially subverted, then played completely straight. When the Templar's opponent in The Furry Pit transforms and unleashes tentacles from its back, the Templar turns and runs to get away, but after being bound by its tentacles and threatened with rape, he whips out his chainsword, cuts himself loose, then tells the "furrytard" Emperor to fuck himself before charging towards what is presumably his tentacle-rape-induced end.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: The Furry Emperor has a Black Templar captured and forced to apologize for the hurtful names the order called them, up to and including pitting him against Star Sparkle note  and threatening to have it "fuck [him] to death". All that over the hurtful names instead of, you know, the wanton slaughter and exterminatus of their people.
  • Expressive Mask: The helmets of the Black Templars are quite expressive to say the least.
  • Faceless Mooks: The Space Marines are never seen without their helmets. Even when one of them is stripped of his armor and forced to fight in the Furry Pit, he still keeps the helmet on.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: One of the furries is this horrific eldritch thing that can sprout tentacles, recreate more, and looks like a being that's been fully corrupted by Chaos. Its name is Star Sparkle.
  • Genius Loci: The furries had managed to turn a small planet into an entire gargantuan pink lupine with lice and fleas larger than Astartes and worms the size of vehicles. And yes, the furry's dick was the size of an entire mountain as well. After most of the Black Templar squad sent to investigate it died, the Imperium responded with frying the thing alive via Exterminatus.
  • Groin Attack: One method the marines employ.
    Black Templar: "We will SPAY, and we will NEUTER, until there is NOTHING LEFT!"
  • Hydra Problem: Star Sparkle's tentacles split into many after they are cut off.
  • I Know Your True Name: Just stating a furry's original name back when they were human is enough to cause great pain to them. The Black Templar pull this on Strong Fang by calling him Steven, which causes his original human self to try crawling out of him.
  • Shout-Out: Some of the fallen Black Templar in Furry: First Contact are named for animal drugs, particularly Brother Ivermectin.
  • Kill It with Fire: The use of flamers is to be expected, given the series involving the Black Templar from WH40K..
  • Sex Is Evil: Apparently this is part of the reason the Black Templar hate the mere existence of Furries, who have lots of sex. In the WH 40 K lore, sexual pleasure risks powering Chaos, and to try to starve the gods of Chaos, sex (and many other things) is restricted and the Space Marines themselves are celibate. Peace may not even be possible because the mere existence of Furries can result in the extinction of the galaxy.
  • Super Soldier: The space marines, naturally.
  • Take That!:
    • The entire series was made for three single reasons: Flashgitz hates furries, they love Warhammer 40,000 and wanted to see Space Marines brutalize and Exterminatus them. Even if some of those marines would get raped and killed in the process.
    • Sonic Gets Cucked has Amy Rose brutally killed when Sonic throws her into a charging Black Templar's chainsword.
  • Tempting Fate: Tails flips off the Black Templars after flying high in the air to escape them in Sonic Gets Cucked. He is swiftly proved mistaken once they bust out their jetpacks and missile launchers.
  • That's No Moon: When investigating a planet that had been corrupted in Furry: First Contact, the Black Templar find a strange red mountain and proceed to climb it, and it somehow erupts despite a lack of tectonics. Upon reaching the tip, they learn to their horror that the entire planet is a gigantic furry and the mountain they just climbed is its penis.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: The last furry captured in Mobius seemed to get off to being castrated by a chainsaw.
  • Unwanted Rescue: It seems Sonic would rather have been torn to shreds by the Black Templars than being saved by the Furries. Sadly, his opinion meant little for the Furries.
    Furry savior: "Quickly, Sonic! We gotta go! They're killing all the furries! We're The Resistance!"
    Sonic: "I'm not a furry!"
    Furry savior: "Oh please, honey."
  • Was Once a Man: At least some of the furries turn out to be former humans and they are NOT happy to be reminded of their past identities, even if the human inside attempts escape upon these reminders.
    Strong Fang (formerly Steven): "I AM STRONGFANG NOW! First of my name! My power knows NO BOUNDS! I CAN EVEN ALMOST BLOW MYSELF! Watch."
  • What You Are in the Dark: Dr Eggman runs with all the speed in his body to warn Sonic to run from the Black Templars, shortly before he is gunned down.

  • Ambiguously Brown: Mocked with Eddie "The Ethnically Ambiguous" Alvarez.
  • Affectionate Parody: "Poor Rudolph" and it's sequel "Rudolph finally gets to smash" is a Black Comedy animation of the Rankin/Bass Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer special. Both animations even mimic the Stop Motion animation style of the original 1964 special.
  • Artistic License – History: The speech that Kratos gives Atreus regarding the Greek philosophy of homosexuality is actually far closer to the Roman view of homoerotic lovemaking than the Greek one.
  • Art Shift: The Musk and Joey episodes are animated in the style of Rick and Morty.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Mrs Spanelli from Harry Potter Special Ed. Quite the friendly and wholesome teacher who truly believes that there is a chance for the differently abled to become magicians in Hogwarts. Cause enough trouble for her students, however, and she will drown you!
  • Big Beautiful Woman: Mocked in the form of Curvebot, who's basically a pink boulder that reflexively yells at others that she's sexy.
  • Black Comedy: If it offends, then you can be sure that Flash Gitz will somehow shove it in their videos.
  • Black Comedy Rape:
    • Best Korea Strikes Again involves Kim-Jong Un raping Sony, Universal as well as Seth Rogen and James Franco. He gets his comeuppance, though.
    • Conor MacGreggor's attempt to steal Joe Rogan's belt is played as one, with Joe screaming "No means no!" right before getting socked in the face.
    • D.B. Weiss implies that all the rape in Game of Thrones was an allegory for how he and David Benioff wanted to rape the show.
  • Black Dude Dies First: Blackbot of the Offendacons, who's just an ordinary black guy who really doesn't want to be there. Prowl shoots him seconds after he's introduced.
  • Boob-Based Gag: Megatron deploys a pair of breasts bigger than his head to become Offendatron. Both Starscream and Optimus are very appreciative of them.
  • Book Dumb: Mayweather doesn't understand many words out side of "Hard Work" and "Money" and is even incapable of reading and writing.
  • Bury Your Gays: Parodied in To catch an Impostor as the crew of Among Us astronauts attempts to narrow down who the dick-eating alien is by first interrogating (and ejecting) their only openly gay crew mate and then subjecting themselves to homoerotic screenshots from Top Gun.
  • Buxom Beauty Standard:
    • Bryce in Weeb On Titan immediately surrenders himself to a buxom giantess after she breaks the First Wall.
    • Enough so that a single picture of Abigail Shapiro (Ben Shapiro's sister) is able to get you to Mars... almost.
  • Call-Back: Pokecaust Go! has all of the Pokémon GO players appear just like Ash from Racist Mario. Also, one of the Ash's strips naked and laughs just like his earlier counterpart.
  • Camp Gay: The Awoken in Destiny is Fabulous. It turns out they're Camp Straight, and are insulted when Mistaken for Gay.
  • Casting Gag: When voicing a rapist Mr Mime in Detective Pikachu cleans up the hood, MeatCanyon takes on a voice very similar to Struggling Rapist Bugs Bunny from his infamous "Wabbit Season" toon.
  • Comically Small Bribe: Skeletor tries to get Man-At-Arms to help with his plan by offering him five bucks. It works.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Optimus is momentarily hypnotized by Offendatron's new "mouth-watering breasts" before catching himself.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: In the 2021 sequel short "Rudolph finally gets to smash", Rudolph's red nose begins frantically throbbing after Clarice begins flirting with him and promises to have "red-nose mutant babies" of their own.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: The Fallen in Destiny is Fabulous have no problem butchering innocent humans, but as soon as one of their victims insults the Awoken for acting Camp Gay, the alien marauders immediately call him out on it.
    Fallen Trooper #1: "Dude, that's like, fuckin' mean."
    Fallen Trooper #2: "That's insensitive."
    Fallen Trooper #3: "Say you're sorry!"
    • They also don't like how the Guardians in Destiny, Bro! abandon the helpless civilians as soon as they find a treasure chest.
      Fallen Trooper #1: "What the hell happened to 'protagonists'? I mean, we put a lot of effort into being villainous assholes."
      Fallen Trooper #2: "Yeah, the least you could do is shoot at us."
      Fallen Trooper #3: "Solid Snake and Master Chief wouldn't put up with our shit!"
    • Mickey in Disney Buys Dragon Ball Z also counts. While he's willing to sacrifice the souls of children and the mentally disabled, devour his own kids as if he was Cronus while also being ok with sharing nudes of Hillary Duff with Vegeta in exchange for the rights to Dragon Ball Z, he completely books it once he realizes that Vegeta wanted pictures of Duff when she was fifteen.
  • Evil Versus Evil: The Feminazi video features a climax with a deranged Straw Feminist army fighting an army of overweight, fedora-wearing, neckbearded Mens Rights Activists, trashing an entire town in the process.
  • Fantastic Racism: Detective Pikachu seems to have quite the bias against darker or browner Pokémon as well as brown humans for that matter.
  • Groin Attack:
    • Inverted by Conor MacGreggor, whose "dick punch" maneuver is far more literal than one might expect.
    • The Impostor in To catch an Impostor has quite the nasty tendency of biting off the crotches of his victims.
  • Hypocrite: Offendatron almost kills Starscream for objectifying her breasts, then spends the rest of the cartoon wearing a tied-off shirt that leaves them almost totally exposed.
  • Instantly Proven Wrong: A Survey Corps member in Weeb On Titan objects to the perceived homosexuality of Jotaro Kujo breaking through the Second Wall. His question as to who would like that series smash cuts to him alone on the Fourth Wall, with his partner apparently staying behind.
  • The Load: Beastman almost gets Skeletor caught before his plan even gets started by not hiding from He-Man, then fails to spot Man-At-Arms before he literally walks in on the villains with their pants down. Then he fails to jack off Skeletor and Triclops before He-Man gets back.
  • Loophole Abuse: Snoopy the War Criminal skirts around how unethical it would be to bomb sleeping enemy encampments with mustard gas by waking them up with ineffectual pistol fire first.
  • N-Word Privileges:
    • Floyd Mayweather mocks Conor's Quick Left as being, "...not quick enough nigga."
    • Discussed when a bisected bystander weighs in on the Awoken objecting to being called "gay".
    Civilian: "I'm actually a homosexual, and you guys might not be homosexual, but you're definitely fuckin' gay."
    • Elon Musk offers this to Joe Rogan on his birthday on account of being African. Since they are standing before an entire crowd of Twitter-users, Joe is clearly very hesitant on saying the word. Marshall doesn't have those reservations, however, but the short is cut before he can say it.
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: Invoked by Offendatron, who gets the rest of the Autobots to join her by claiming it's not politically correct to oppose her.
  • Secret Test of Character: Turns out that Kratos didn't actually want Atreus to kill Elsa for being gay, but was trying to test his ability to stand against homophobic peer-pressure. Que a confused Atreus getting his bow broken as a result of failing the test.
  • Skewed Priorities: As the radical feminists are rioting and destroying literal glass ceilings in the Feminazi video, the Mens Rights Activists are concerned about getting their foreskins back.
    • The Awoken immediately abandon their efforts to halt a Forsaken attack on civilians when they come across a chest, holding an impromptu fashion show right there on the battlefield.
    • Skeletor discovers the perfect time to break into Castle Greyskull, so he uses the opportunity to mess with He-Man by jacking off into his breakfast.
    • Santa Claus in Poor Rudolph decides to take advantage of Rudolph's painful glowing tumor that is his nose, claiming that not only can Rudolph lead the sleigh team, he could breed Rudolph with as many female reindeer as possible to create a whole fleet of halogen reindeer. Donner and Mrs. Donner are clearly distraught by this.
  • Take That!: The Feminazi video harshly mocks radfems along with Mens Rights Activists and Youtube commenters with the Freeze-Frame Bonus "MRA vs Feminazi Brawl continues in Comment Section below."
    • Jessica herself is heavily based on Chanty Binx, aka "Big Red", and Anita Sarkeesian is in the radfem riot.
    • Game of Thrones SUCKS is basically a minute and a half of show-runners Weiss and Benioff discussing why it's a good creative decision to ruin their show.
    • Not My Genie makes a deliberate point to use the audio from Will Smith's widely mocked appearance in the intensely maligned 2018 YouTube Rewind.
    • TRANS-formers mocks the modern Social Justice movement as being whiny and shallow, easily manipulated by opportunistic people for their own ends, plagued with infighting and abuse towards its own members.
    • About once a minute, Crazy Conor McGregor 2 craps on Floyd Mayweather, starting with introducing him with the sobriquet of "Domestic Battery" and just rolling from there.
    • "Disney's Star Wars Nightmare" is basically a three minute mockery of Disney's business practices, as well as Star Wars in general, with a particularly pointed barb at The Rise of Skywalker for its heavy use of Fake Shemp regarding the late Carrie Fisher; the franchise's fanbase is even hit with some shade: Mickey Mouse can't understand the Star Wars fan he's using as a test subject, but when George Lucas recognizes the "language" not as French, but as incoherent babbling, Mickey comes to the conclusion that Star Wars fans - and Lucas - are just mindless buffoons, which has bled into the franchise itself.
    • In Detective Pikachu cleans up the hood, the serial rapist Mr Mime is pretty much an incel, judging by his Motive Rant.
    • In Harry Potter Special Ed, one of the students, Jeremy, is actually neurotypical, aka "normal", with the reason that he's in the Special Needs class being that he's a 29-year old Manchild still obsessed with Harry Potter. And yes, he is by far the most troublesome of all the students and so unbearable that even the other students think he's retarded.
  • We ARE Struggling Together: It takes less than a minute for the Offendacons to turn on each other over innocent compliments and start shooting.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Bumblebee and Grimlock are fully convinced to join the Offendacons when Optimus bluntly refers to Offendatron as "...just Megatron with tits."
  • Would Hit a Girl: Megatron getting scolded for decking Arcee is what kickstarts the plot of TRANS-formers.
    • How does Mayweather celebrate after his victory against Conor? Simple. Knock out his wife in the ring.