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Never was the word "comic" more appropriate than in these scenes.
- DC Comics
- Marvel Universe
- Albedo Erma Felna EDF
- All Star Batman and Robin The Boy Wonder
- Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog
- The Astounding Wolf Man
- Atomic Robo
- The Authority
- Avatar: The Last Airbender The Promise
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
- The Darkness
- Donald Duck
- Gladstones School for World Conquerors
- The Green Hornet
- Johnny the Homicidal Maniac
- The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
- Les Legendaires
- PS 238
- Sam and Max Freelance Police
- Scott Pilgrim
- The Smurfs
- Star Wars
- Super Dinosaur
- Usagi Yojimbo
- The Walking Dead
- Wild CATS
- A couple of moments from Disney Comics:
- From The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Part 10: The Invader of Fort Duckburg, Scrooge's sister (and eventually Donald Duck's mother) Hortense chasing off a cavalry charge by herself.
- What of Scrooge and Goldie's story back in his Klondike days isn't heartbreaking is absolutely hilarious. See: the "rescue" during the burning saloon scene in "Hearts of the Yukon".
- One scene with Mo and her girlfriend, Sydney the gender studies professor, in Dykes to Watch Out For:
Sydney: Yes! I'll come to the movies with you! Now say it! Say it!
Mo (looking bored:) Oh baby. Let me privilege lesbian positionality by destabilizing your bodily metanarrative.
- In Deff Skwadron if it wasn't awesome it was funny. From the way orks "aim" (if you hit it, it must be the enemy!, to a battle where another skwadron didn't show up because they're thinking about joining the other side.
- Stone Island does have a few funny moments, particularly when the hideously disfugured Harry Rivers lets rip:
Trooper Mckee: Why aren't we getting cut to ribbons?
Harry: Well, in my professional opinion as runner-up in the prolapsed arsehole lookalike contest, I'd say it's got somethin' t'do with them fairy fellas!
- This speech from Harry:
In 1897, the right Reverend Jephson Allcock, humanitarian, philanthropist and inventor of the "strike a light" reusable match, decided the lost souls of Long Barrow needed more than just a pot to piss in. Now he had some clout did the Reverend Jeph, moral and monetary. He convinced the board of governors to come around to his way of thinking; lo it came to pass there was to be a khazi in every cell, 'cept there was a catch- this cold-titted bitch of a building's solid granite. You stand more chance of charmin' a nun's knickers off than drivin' a nail in the wall. So they rebuilt Long Barrow inside itself, like them Russian dolls, with all the gubbins in the gap. Which is why we're clingin' to this 'ere wall like crabs on a nadger, tryin' not to soil ourselves... which is quite ironic when you think about it! Ain't the Internet grand?
- "What did your last servant die of?" "Anally inserted footwear! Jump to it!"
- In ABC Warriors, when a group of Hammerstein units realize they're facing certain destruction. "We can die knowing that we were cost-effective."
- Cassie Hack versus Pokemon.
Cassie: (hacking Pokemon expies to bits) Come get it you lil' fuckers! Lil' Japanese gut bags! Yeah, that's right! Only good for giving seizures, ain't ya!
- In one story, Pooch absentmindedly tells Chris about how he was born, a story which involves Eldritch Abominations, Naughty Tentacles and loads of Squick. At first, it looks like Chris isn't even listening, but after Pooch finishes, he, after a bit of silence, states "Pooch... never tell me that story ever again".
- Archie Andrews is pretty tame considering that it's about one of the horniest (yet virgin) teenage boys in America, and his escapades as he dates nearly every teenage girl in town (two of them steadily (and sometimes both at once) ). Very rarely it will get a bit risque, such as in one story when Archie, Veronica, and Betty are at the beach. Betty and Veronica go swimming while Archie goes fishing and ignores them. Veronica, upset at being ignored, has Betty bring her her spare swimsuit, which she hooks onto Archie's fishing line and claims that he ripped it off of her body. Archie runs and steals a beach towel for her to cover up with and throws it to her. Veronica emerges from the water wrapped in the towel, when the towel's owner shows up and demands it back. Of course, at this point Archie thinks she's stark naked underneath, so when she casually takes it off to return it, Archie faints from shock. That's not the funny part. The funny part is the reaction of two 12-year-old boys who witnessed this:
Boy # 1: What made him faint?
Boy # 2: The sight of her in a swimsuit.
Boy # 1: Eh, I've seen better.
- "Now I'm RADIOACTIVE! That can't be good!"
- The failed attempt at summoning a demon in Hellblazer, "Son of Man."
Casey: Freddie! Say something!
- In Generation 2: Redux, we have this golden moment:
- In Gold Digger, when Brianna introduces Peecee to the outside world:
Peecee: AAAAAH! BIG! WIDE! OPEN!! AND THERE'S A BALL OF SUPERHEATED GAS SHOOTING RADIATION AT US!!! AAAAAH!
- From The Darkness /Pitt crossover has Jackie babysitting a young boy named Tim (Morality Pet and Person of Mass Destruction) and they watch The Godfather together... and Jackie gives him pointers on how he would have carried out the hit.
- From that same arc: "Jackie Estacado's Big List of Things That Suck:"
Number One: those plastic strips on the inside of CD covers. I hate those fucking things. I mean are you selling me a Sinatra album or am I trying to break into Fort Friggin Knox, am I right?
Number Two: Mean people
Number Three: Those who are disrespectful to me and my family.
Number Four: Broccoli
Number Five: Circus midgets
Number Six: God
Number Seven: French People and Belgians, not necessarily in that order.
And this, *surrounded by alien zombies* this sucks.
- From the Alan Moore run comes this gem, from the funeral of a dead killer cyborg of the kind that was everywhere in The Dark Age Of Comics:
Priest: Though known to all the world as H.A.R.M., his close friends called him Chuck. Born Chalres Sweeney in Cleveland, 1946, he had one childish dream: He wanted to weigh fifteen hundred pounds with ground-to-air bazookas in his shoulders.