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YMMV / Lobo Webseries

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  • Animation Age Ghetto: Completely obliterated with plenty of graphic violence, sexual content and profanity.
  • Broken Base: There are fans of the DCAU that hate it for its R-rated material, while Lobo fans love it because of that.
  • Comedy Ghetto: The more comedic tone compared to other DCAU content can throw fans of other shows off.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: Plenty of them are found and there are no episodes that have none.
  • Ensemble Dark Horse:
    • Sunny Jim was obvious since his face was later seen in Suicide Squad (2016).
    • For a lesser case, Major Snake made a cameo in a Looney Tunes webtoon.
  • Friendly Fandoms: With Harley Quinn (2019), because they share the exact same style.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • Lobo getting in a presidential election has made people laugh since the controversial election of Donald Trump.
    • The high amount of explosions became this since Michael Bay is going to direct a Lobo film for the DCEU.
  • Nausea Fuel: While it is black comedy, the gory deaths and vomiting can churn people's stomachs.
  • Older Than They Think: People thought that Deadpool (2016) popularized the gory and hilarious anti-hero but the Lobo cartoon did it first.
  • Rated M for Money: Unlike the rest of the DCAU that averts this reaction, this series goes towards it.
  • "Seinfeld" Is Unfunny: After the release of Deadpool, many people forgot that the webshow exists.
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  • Squick: Both Major Snake and the Snake vomiting up stuff such as needles and The Ten Commandments.
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Even though the rest of the DCAU is family-friendly, this web series deeply averts it thanks to strong profanity, graphic violence and sexual humor.
  • Values Resonance: Sunny Jim is a rather realistic portrayal of an incel. He intended to sell Darlene for money, who is a human female.

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