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- While Sluggy Freelance isn't for children, Pete Abrams does try to keep it PG-13 ... except when he wants to tear people apart like wet tissue paper. He apparently caught some flak for a strip where a demon rips a person in half, then, realizing he forgot to ask questions before killing her, tries to mash the two halves back together.
- The Order of the Stick manages to have a few - quite surprising, for a Stick Figure Comic. For starters, there's Belkar, who has a thing for making accessories out of the kobolds he kills (claiming his first such victim's life off-screen, but taking the top of his skull as a hat). Then there's the prequel novel Start of Darkness, where the paladins slaughter Redcloak's entire hometown, Redcloak uses "Smite" to shatter a paladin's face while he's still alive, and Xykon establishes his modus operandi of zombifying his victims or otherwise preventing their resurrection in an otherwise revival-friendly story.
- Everyday Heroes is normally all-ages suitable ... except for the few pages where Wrecking Paul shows his true colors.
- Homestuck is practically a love letter to this trope. Because Homestuck is about KIDS AND FUN
- Sonic the Comic Online, a Darker and Edgier fan continuation of the already dark British Sonic the Comic, has Tekno killing a villain known as "Set", complete with a Gory Discretion Shot by beating him to death. Nevertheless, fans were not happy about this.
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