Final Smash! is a gaming webcomic about Super Smash Bros.. Even with the original, colorful cast of characters, and retaining the character's original personalities, it still manages to be funny. It began with a strip named No Time to Rest, and it's been a long ride since then.
Final Smash! provides examples of:
- Attack Its Weak Point/Does Not Like Shoes: Barefoot shows Robin devising a strategy to defeat Corrin.
- Clothes Make the Legend: In A Marvel-lous Mix-Up, Meta Knight is upset that nobody recognizes him without his Cool Mask . . . but he is unable to recognize Captain Falcon without his full outfit, even when he dons his Cool Helmet.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Bayonetta's description of her history in A Fateful Encounter sounds strangely familiar to Corrin
- Embarrassing Animal Suit: Ike ends up in one of these in Rejected Super Smash Bros. Items, Vol. 1. Half-Human Hybrid Ranulf shows his approval.
- It's Raining Men: A KOed Pikachu is shown to fall into the village below the floating platforms in A Stage Above.
- Lame Pun Reaction: Shown by Samus in response to a rather Forced joke from Marth in The Farce Awakens. Also occurs frequently when Lucario's Ditto Dad is present.
- Major Injury Underreaction: The end result when Little Mac visits his former peers, the assist trophy cast, in Little Mac, Big Ego.
- Mood Whiplash: The vast majority of Final Smash! strips are lighthearted and amusing, but Kindred Spirit is a bit of a Tear Jerker. It should be noted, per Word of God, that the Ditto shown in this strip is not Lucario's Ditto Dad.
- Mundane Utility: In In a Jam, Robin uses an alternative method to open a stubborn jam jar.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Used in an attempt to get into the Smash roster in A K Rool Twist of Fate. Used again with the opposite objective (but similar efficacy) in It's Good to be Banned.
- Playing Tennis with Bowser: Ganondorf mistakenly expects Bowser to be able to lend a sympathetic ear as he laments his fate in Et tu, Bowser?
- Poor Communication Kills: Ike's description of the events of Smash in Strait-Talking sounds like complete nonsense to the Toad interviewing him.
- Power Incontinence: The comic's debut strip shows that Jigglypuff is unable to fall asleep without triggering the Rest hitbox, devastating anybody who might be sitting too close.
- Punny Name: Many strip titles contain clever puns.
- Right Behind Me: Forever A-Clone shows Lucina expressing her discontent with being described as a "worthless clone," unaware that an actual clone is hearing her words.
- Shipper on Deck: Robin to Samus and Cloud in Un-PAIRable.
- Somebody Set Up Us the Bomb: Ganondorf has a blast with his Secret Santa gift in Beware Links Bearing Gifts.
- Stupid Sacrifice: A particularly famous example is referenced in Lost in Translation