Everything Wrong with Society is a webcomic by the creator of Gorge Fanon, Markipliers Adventures, and the Doctor Who Animated Series. You can find it here.
Everything Wrong with Society has examples of:
- Adobe Flash: Starting with the thirtieth comic, some parts of the comics are made in Flash.
- All Just a Dream: The first three panels of the sixteenth comic.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: The monster movie as shown in the nineteenth comic was of a giant man holding part of a building.
- Bank Robbery: The twelfth comic has a man trying to rob a bank.
- Blank Book: In the ninth comic, a boy discovers a blank book.
- Cap: In the fifth comic, a boy hits his wallet limit and yet can't buy what he wanted.
- Continuity Nod: The twenty-first comic references the twentieth comic.
- Darker and Edgier: The twenty-second comic onward adds in a more mature storyline while sticking to the teen-friendly style.
- Disney Owns This Trope: "The Lawsuit":
"So now even playing Yu-Gi-Oh!
gets you a hefty fee and a lawsuit?"
- Early Installment Weirdness: The very first comic was made on too large of an image, so the image had to be shrunk, and the result... wasn't as good in quality as the first official comic onward.
- Foreshadowing: The twentieth comic foreshadowed the next comic.
- Idea Bulb: In the twentieth comic in a manner similar to what PB&J Otter does.
- Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Every episode except two has "The" as part of the title a la The Amazing World of Gumball.
- Kangaroo Court: In the thirteenth comic, a man vows to take these down... after getting some coffee.
- Kill Screen: The basis of the seventeenth comic overall. "Somebody needs to fix this..."
- Lethal Chef: The chef who created the Burnt Egg.
- Longer-Than-Life Sentence: The man who tried to rob a bank as mentioned above? He got pi years in prison.
- Must Have Caffeine: The man who vowed to take down Kangaroo Courts wants to do so after getting some coffee.
- Non-Mammal Mammaries: The female bear from the sixteenth comic. Fans of her might be disappointed that the comic was All Just a Dream.
- Rule of Funny: A teen-friendly version.
- Shockingly Expensive Bill: In the forth comic alone, a man receives a million-dollar bill (as in, a bill that states that he has to pay a million dollars, not a Zillion-Dollar Bill).
- Shout-Out: In the very first comic, there was a discussion about Fritz the Cat.
- Shrink Ray: Technically not a shrink ray, but the remote control from "The Shrunken TV" can shrink a TV.
- Taxman Takes the Winnings: In the twenty-sixth comic, a taxman comes to take "Uncle Sam's Share", and the taxpayer asks him if it's tax season again.
- Walking Disaster Area: The man from "The Falling Rocks". He even implies that it usually happens while Milo is around.