Obligatory Joke: Anything beginning with “ex” is replaced with “eggs”, it’s rather eggshausting to read. The chapter titles are normally rubbish jokes and puns including “Bring on the Eggstras”, “I use to be a Werewolf but I’m All Right Now ooooooh!”, “Last Action for a Hero”,”I want my Mummy!” among others. Our Werewolves Are Different: The werewolf Sonic and Tails meets is biologically constructed and fashioned after Tails (that is, it also had two tails). Our Zombies Are Different: Well they’re chickens for a start! Raiders of the Lost Parody: Sonic and Tails are chased by a boulder and while Tails makes it across the pit at the end of the corridor (although he still apparently forgot he could fly as Sonic had to hold the rope taut so he could get across) Sonic ends up dangling down the pit and meeting up with a snake that insists on calling him Dr. Jones. Robot Me: The final monster of the book, which should surprise nobody as it’s on the cover, in a 20 foot tall robotic Sonic. Self Disposing Villain: Jase, Jason Voorhees want a be, the rabbit manages to kill himself with his chainsaw. Sdrawkcab Alias: The book uses the Dr. Kintobor created Sonic and turned into Dr. Robotnik in a failed experiment as the backstory. Show Within a Show: Type four; Robotnik is attempting to create a film so he can win some awards, while attempting to destroy Sonic and Tails at the same time of course. Smoldering Shoes: After the boiler explosion all that is left of Ferdy are two blades and his left shoe. Stripperiffic: The female “warrior” “wore various flimsy garments made out of leather which were obviously two sizes too small for her. It was plain to see she was rather chilly too.” Super Speed: It’s Sonic, how wouldn’t there be? Take That!: When Sonic and Tails see two hedgehog and fox shaped torturer boxes lined with spikes Tails asks if they’re called iron maidens: Sonic: This is no time to talk about heinously bogus music!
Corrupt the Cutie: The Christmas Past sequence shows this happening to Ebenezer, along with him developing his Jade Colored Glasses. Creepy Child: Ignorance and Want. Deadpan Snarker: Scrooge. Death by Childbirth: Scrooge’s mother died giving birth to him, leading to a troubled relationship between him and his father. Scrooge’s sister Fan. Which leads to a troubled relationship between him and his nephew Fred. Much like his father’s relationship with him. Heel Realization: Starts when Scrooge describes his old boss Fezziwig, he stops, noting that he wishes he could talk to his clerk http://www.wiseserve.net/2012/12/24/bovendien-kan-je-van-alle-vapour-2-liquids-die-je-aankoopt-een/, Bob Cratchit. I Was Quite a Looker: Scrooge and Marley essentially. Oddly enough when we see Alice in the present day, she still looks the same. Killed Mid Sentence: Marley dies while attempting to warn Scrooge of his fate and to “save himself”. Large Ham: Marley is a big one. Laughing Mad: When Scrooge wakes up on Christmas morning and can’t stop laughing out of joy, his housekeeper thinks, justifiably, that he’s gone quite mad. Market Based Title: Was released as A Christmas Carol in some markets. Maybe Ever After: In contrast to the novel where she has a family of her own, Alice/Belle’s romantic situation isn’t addressed. She’s shown in the Christmas Present sequence where she isn’t in the novel. Although it isn’t said, this does leave things open for Scrooge to reconcile with her if she isn’t married. My God, What Have I Done?: When he gets a better look at Fan’s death, Scrooge realizes that she asked him to look after Fred. He begins to feel very contrite, as he has gone out of his way to avoid Fred. Scrooge: Forgive me, Fan.
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