Kid Quickly-Irritated-By-Others

From LNH Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Kid Quickly-Irritated-By-Others is a quickly irritated net.hero created by Amabel Holland.
Alter Ego: Bryce Banner (or Wilkins?)
Aliases: None
Primary Writer: Amabel Holland
Status: Member of the LNH
Usability: Free For Use


"Hey, I once saved Multi-Tasking Man's life. What have you done besides become quickly-irritated and storm out of a room?"
"I stormed into a room, once," said Kid Quickly-Irritated-By-Others.

The brother of LNHer Scary Ghost Lass, Bryce Banner joined the LNH sometime around the millennium as Kid Quickly-Irritated-By-Others. When he was twenty, he he faced off against Ben Stein's Monster in the LNH cafeteria along with his sister, and was horrified when he sent her to Hell. The Godmaker appeared to him and told him this was due to the disruption in the natural balance of Comedy and Drama in the Looniverse, caused by Baby Pain, AKA Dr. Willy's theft of the Clogs of Comedy![1]

He joined the group of LNHers who attacked Willy's base and fought her blatant Mega Man parody robots. He overcame her attempt to pull the Looniverse into full-time Drama through the force of his inherently silly personality, and by telling a lot of godawful jokes. The Clogs of Comedy fell into a portal to the future, and Kid Quickly-Irritated-By-Others leaped through.

There he found himself in a dystopian comedyless future where the Clogs had never been recovered, where he met the gorgeous android Renee Killjoy. Together they returned to the present, only for Renee to be immediately framed for murder. They went on the run with his allies Anything-You-Can-Do-I-Can-Do-Better Lad and Ike the Pike, only for Bryce to caught up in complicated Hitchcock pastiche – involving a murderess who was identitcal to Renee, Rachel Buckley– and captured by the LNH. He took LNHer Michette Duclos,, AKA Lunchbox Lass, hostage and escaped. They figured out the villain behind it all was Baby Pain once more, plotting to resurrect a cosmically powered Comics Snob Boy; Bryce defeated him through the power of his own personal epiphany and maturation. He had successfully cleared his name, but found himself fading away, teleported into another irrelevant adventure in the depths of outer space.

They ended up on the planet of the Bhigghrehenghuyhs, going on a quest to the Tower of Song to save them from execution during which they, uh, visited an enormous toilet bowl. Moving on. Along the way, he and Michette admitted their feelings for each other, only for her to be sluaghtered by the Shi'tar, who captured Bryce and forced him to fight in gladiator battles, as you do. He broke free and ended up setting everything right, but it was a bittersweet victory because Michette was dead... until she wasn't. The future version of Willy had resurrected her as a bargaining chip. They were saved by Rachel, broken free from Willy's control, and in the process of defusing Willy's plots Bryce and Rachel were caught in a time warp, with Bryce confessing his undying love to Michette before he left.

He returned to the present with Rachel and their son. They'd been stranded for ten years, during which they fell in love and got engaged, marrying shortly after their return.

Powers and Abilities

Is easily irritated, along with other ill-defined and never-explored powers that grant him a certain amount of invulnerability.


Bryce is intensely driven by a constant, barely-contained anger. Early on, he... well, he was an asshole, constantly getting into pointless arguments with people and picking fights, and acted very above-it-all. He became tempered somewhat by the ordeals he went through; he began to question himself a bit and start opening up to others. A lot more chill post-coming back from the future with a son.


Never described.


Scary Ghost Lass is his sister, who he was constantly getting into pointless arguments with, but genuinely cared for. She owes him twenty bucks. He was deeply worried she'd died thinking he hated her.

Became friends with Lunchbox Lass. He grew strongly attracted to her, but she still wasn't ready for a relationship after her husband's death; they only admitted their feelings for each other when it was too late.

He also fell hard for Renee Killjoy before she died, then fell for Rachel Buckley, who'd impersonated her and also was the person she was based on. They are now married they have a young son, Darrell.



  1. As well as the events of September 11th, which had happened about a week before this issue was posted. See Limp-Asparagus Lad #55.