I've seen some misuse with it today. It's for a series that is lighthearted media that is full of incompetent or silly villains not ones where the characters are serious like dealing with serial killers or other competent and dark characters. As a whole both Marvel and DC deal with very dark subjects and villains on a regular basis. Serial killers, attempted genocide and similar topics are rather common in comics so I ask you be very careful when using it here as I am rather strict with its use here.
Huh.Didn't even notice your message until now.After I've been blocked,that is.OK,well,anyway,I see your point,but,this category used to be named Knight of Cerebus,which is a TV Tropes term. I was looking at the examples of the use of the trope in comic books,and was checking if it was applied here.Now,Mister Mind is listed as a Game Changer(he has already been categorized before I came along with this "Cerebus Crusade"),even though he appears in the DC universe,which,as you say,deals with dark subjects on a regular basis.And he is listed as a Knight of Cerebus on the TV Tropes as well,along with the other villains I've been adding on the list.So tell me,why should Mister Mind be considered a Game Changer,if Carnage,Joker,etc. aren't?
I haven't even heard of Mister Mind till you have mentioned him. As for TV Tropes and Knight of Cerebus they suffer from nonstop abuse and lack of moderating it to the point they unfortunately can't be trusted when adding it here. We've had spammers some ourselves but there are users like myself who actually moderate it when we see abuse. Based on the one who added it to Mister Mind I will delete it as he is one of the spammers.
Normally I'd make you wait the full week but considering I've recently had messages appear at a much later time I'll unblock you now. Granted it occasionally takes sites hours or so to recognize hopefully that won't be the case but if I see excessive misuse I won't hesitate to block and make you wait it out.