Way Or No Way is a Video Review Show which focuses primarily on Comic Books. Created by and starring Jeff Gwinnup, Writrzblok (Formerly Write Of Way in early episodes) riffs on comics regardless of quality. Some are a bit out there while others are absolutely horrendous (One Moment in Time, Holy Terror...). Whenever he is under attack by various enemies (as is somehow a law in shows like this) he is aided sometimes by his Green Lantern Ring, a wooden paddle of as yet undisclosed origin, and dry sardonic wit. He's also a contributor to Reviewers Unknown, RosenHacker, Manic Expression. and (just recently added) RTGomer Productions
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- Acting for Two: Playing himself and a demonically powered manifestation of his self-doubt
- And Call Him "George"!: Referenced in a gag where Writrzblok (as Darkseid) hugs a Superman plushie tightly.
- Back To Back Bad Asses: How Writrzblok and Dante dispatch the army of Double Dragon enemies.
- Big Damn Heroes: Writrzblok's friend Dante during the "Hollow Whisper" finale and the "Double Dragon" finale.
- Berserk Button: Do not EVER mention or badmouth his family.
- Crossover: Reviewed Halle Berry's Catwoman with Michael The Comic Nerd; JLA/Predator with Ms Nightmare; Under The Red Hood with The Cartoon Hero; and Josie And The Pussycats with Delonge Wannabe and Dubious Khan. He's also reviewed Justice League: The New Frontier the animated movie and The final issue of One Moment in Time with his friend Dante The Movie Maniac
- Deadpan Snarker: Naturally, since he IS a reviewer.
- Fearless Fool: He punched a xenomorph in the face. And Doctor Doom in the guts. Tried to deck Darth Vader. Sometimes Writrzblok has, as Jim Ross would say, "more guts than brains."
- Frickin' Laser Beams: His default method of attack after acquiring the Green Lantern Ring.
- Green Lantern Ring: He has one.
- Heroic BSoD: After narrowly escaping the first encounter with the demonic manifestation of his self doubt, he's reduced to a crumpled, weeping mess.
- Made of Indestructium: His seemingly ordinary wooden rocking chair survived his house blowing up in the "Hollow Whisper" finale. Confirmed in the Justice League #1-2 review.
- No Stunt Double: It's really him slamming into walls in a couple of episodes. Performs more in the "Hollow Whisper" finale. Slammed himself into fences, a swing set and a tree.
- Oh, No... Not Again!!: Villains have blown his house up...twice. It's because he's had to move from location to location, so it makes sense.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Invoked for how Superman normally appears in the "Justice League #1-2" review.
- Sealed Evil in a Can:
- Self-Deprecation: So much so that his own bad self-esteem transformed into a demonic doppelganger.
- Single-Stroke Battle: In The "Hollow Whisper" Finale, the climax ultimately led to this.
- Tired of Running: Writrzblok willingly releases the doppleganger from the ring after reading Superboy's Legion, realizing he needed to man up and face his demon.
- Tome of Eldritch Lore: The demonic manifestation reveals to Writrzblok that some comics are so heinously bad, they serve as conduits of pure concentrated evil.
- Tranquil Fury: Writrzblok takes this approach in his "Failure To Launch" review where the movie subjects viewers to Terry Bradshaw's ass.
- Unstoppable Rage: When he notices that one of the Predator clones in "JLA/Predator" has all the "powers" of Batman. Overcome with incredulous anger, goes Green Lantern Super Saiyan, flies out into space takes out a Yautja spaceship in the process.
- Weapons-Grade Vocabulary: He's attacked by the words "GET IT?!" several times when the comic/movie's incredibly unsubtle about getting its point across.