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|“||My mom never loved me!||„|
|~ Devil Boner's justification for his acts|
Later in the review he appears in a random kitchen and causes a toy police officer to explode spontaneously while proclaiming how he is child friendly.
Devil Boner also reappears in the Ghost Rider 2 review, where he claims he was unloved as a kid, maybe explaining why he is so insane and chaotic now. He also mentions that he is snuggly and soft.
Devil Boner makes an appearance at the beginning of the Demolition Man review where he hints at RoboCop and Total Recall being smart films disguised as mindless action movies before introducing the film to be reviewed, Demolition Man.
Devil Boner once again appears in a much more prominent role in the Mad Max: Fury Road review. After the Nostalgia Critic states that he felt Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome was a better movie than Fury Road, Impractical Joe (a parody of Immortan Joe ), sends Devil Boner and some minions to kill him, which leads the Critic to hitch a ride with a woman named Curiosa. From there on a grand car chase ensues. Becoming seperated from the rest of the group, Devil Boner ends up hitching a ride with 3 self proclaimed Meninists, who spend the entire car ride complaining about the depiction of strong women in media. After Curiosa and the Meninists stop their cars to confront each other (which turns awkward as the Meninists are shy around her) Devil Boner gets out of the car intent on traveling with Curiosa in order to get away from the Meninists. Angry at his "betrayal" the Meninists criticize him only for Devil Boner to give a rant pointing out their insecurity and immaturity. Ultimately, with the defeat of Impractical Joe, Devil Boner is last seen hitching a ride with three women who used to be Tom Hardy fans (among them Hyper Fangirl).