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21st May '17 1:33:47 PM comicwriter
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* Meduasa and Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this. Also, in the comics, Medusa only joined the Frightful Four because she was [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] at the time and was coerced by the Wizard. The cartoon has her join willingly to get revenge on the Fantastic Four.

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* Meduasa Medusa and Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this. Also, in the comics, Medusa only joined the Frightful Four because she was [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] at the time and was coerced by the Wizard. The cartoon has her join willingly to get revenge on the Fantastic Four.
4th May '17 7:29:25 PM comicwriter
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*** The tie-in film ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMysteryOfTheBatwoman'' presents Batwoman was a reckless vigilante who doesn't have qualms about lethal force, which is why DC insisted that they didn't use Kathy Kane. This didn't stop the makers from homaging her via naming one of the suspects "Kathy Duquesne". [[spoiler: Nor making that Kathy [[CollectiveIdentity one of the Batwomen]].]]

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*** The tie-in film ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMysteryOfTheBatwoman'' presents Batwoman was as a reckless vigilante who doesn't have qualms about lethal force, which is why DC insisted that they didn't use Kathy Kane. This didn't stop the makers from homaging her via naming one of the suspects "Kathy Duquesne". [[spoiler: Nor making that Kathy [[CollectiveIdentity one of the Batwomen]].]]



* Meduasa Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this. Also, in the comics, Medusa only joined the Frightful Four because she was [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] at the time and was coerced by the Wizard. The cartoon has her join willingly to get revenge on the Fantastic Four.

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* Meduasa and Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this. Also, in the comics, Medusa only joined the Frightful Four because she was [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] at the time and was coerced by the Wizard. The cartoon has her join willingly to get revenge on the Fantastic Four.
4th May '17 6:42:07 PM comicwriter
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* Medusa and Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this.

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* Medusa and Meduasa Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this. Also, in the comics, Medusa only joined the Frightful Four because she was [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] at the time and was coerced by the Wizard. The cartoon has her join willingly to get revenge on the Fantastic Four.
4th May '17 6:22:50 PM comicwriter
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* Medusa and Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this.

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* Medusa and Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFour1978''.''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this.
4th May '17 6:22:27 PM comicwriter
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* Medusa and Comicbook/TheInhumans in ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFour1978''. In the comics, the Inhumans are elitist, arrogant and abrasive, but are on the side of good, and usually only fight other heroes due to {{Values Dissonance}}s or [[LetsYouAndHimFight misunderstandings]]. In the TV show, Medusa flat out wants to conquer the world and subjugate mankind, and kidnaps the Fantastic Four in order to force them to help the Inhumans accomplish this.
15th Apr '17 7:22:52 PM Manny20444
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* [[ComicBook/SquadronSupreme Hyperion]] in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' gains the villainy of King Hyperion, his MirrorUniverse counterpart from ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''. As such, he's depicted as a sociopathic WellIntentionedExtremist who is revealed [[spoiler: to have destroyed his own planet when they wouldn't submit to his rule. Though, given the rest of the Squardon appeared and how they behaved, it may be a downplayed version as they're more in line with the Squardon Sinister, including Nighthawk displaying the type of behavior that caused the Supreme version to leave the Squadron in disgust]].


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* [[ComicBook/SquadronSupreme Hyperion]] in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' gains the villainy of King Hyperion, his MirrorUniverse counterpart from ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''. As such, he's depicted as a sociopathic WellIntentionedExtremist who is revealed [[spoiler: to have destroyed his own planet when they wouldn't submit to his rule. Though, given the rest of the Squardon appeared and how they behaved, it may be a downplayed version as they're more in line with the Squardon Sinister, including Nighthawk displaying the type of behavior that caused the Supreme version to leave the Squadron in disgust]].
6th Apr '17 9:54:43 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''WesternAnimation/justiceLeagueGodsAndMonsters'':

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** Dear lord, '''Harley Quinn''. clearly the most evil version of Harley to date, she's a chainsaw wielding SerialKiller who keeps the rotting corpses of her family like trophies. Even worse, the Joker is nowhere to be seen, implying she wound up like this on her own.

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** Dear lord, '''Harley Quinn''.Quinn'''. clearly the most evil version of Harley to date, she's a chainsaw wielding SerialKiller who keeps the rotting corpses of her family like trophies. Even worse, the Joker is nowhere to be seen, implying she wound up like this on her own.
5th Apr '17 5:50:37 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''WesternAnimation/justiceLeagueGodsAndMonsters'':
** Batman is the TokenEvilTeammate among the heroes here, being a vampire who will not hesitate to kill criminals. However, he's not Bruce Wayne in this version, but Kirk Langstrom, (as in the Man-Bat in the mainstream comic) so he can also count as AdaptationalHeroism.
** Highfather is just as treacherous as Darkseid is in the mainstream universe, if not moreso.
** Dear lord, '''Harley Quinn''. clearly the most evil version of Harley to date, she's a chainsaw wielding SerialKiller who keeps the rotting corpses of her family like trophies. Even worse, the Joker is nowhere to be seen, implying she wound up like this on her own.
28th Mar '17 7:33:42 AM Anicomicgeek
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* [[ComicBook/SquadronSupreme Hyperion]] in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' gains the villainy of King Hyperion, his MirrorUniverse counterpart from ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''. As such, he's depicted as a sociopathic WellIntentionedExtremist who is revealed [[spoiler: to have destroyed his own planet when they wouldn't submit to his rule. Though, given the rest of the Squardon appeared and how they behaved, it may be a downplayed version as they're more in line with the Squardon Sinister]].

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* [[ComicBook/SquadronSupreme Hyperion]] in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' gains the villainy of King Hyperion, his MirrorUniverse counterpart from ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''. As such, he's depicted as a sociopathic WellIntentionedExtremist who is revealed [[spoiler: to have destroyed his own planet when they wouldn't submit to his rule. Though, given the rest of the Squardon appeared and how they behaved, it may be a downplayed version as they're more in line with the Squardon Sinister]].Sinister, including Nighthawk displaying the type of behavior that caused the Supreme version to leave the Squadron in disgust]].
24th Mar '17 5:08:42 PM Cortez
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** Nighthawk is just as bad, which is especially jarring since in the comics, he was the first member of Squadron Sinister to develop a conscience and leave the team. He even joined ComicBook/TheDefenders and remained with the team for years.
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