History Characters / EarthwormJim

25th Jul '17 2:09:46 PM AndyLA
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* MisplacedRetribution: Whoever or whatever sets off his demonic transformation, Jim is nearly always its first target (though sometimes, Jim will do something to cause it, mostly by accident or his own stupidity). Justified in the cartoons, as Peter himself explains he has no control over himself when it happens, and is usually rather embarrassed or ashamed of it. Although, when he turns into a monster in "Bring Me the Head of Earthworm Jim", he looks genuinely confused over whether to attack Jim or Psy-Crow (who is wearing the Space Suit while Jim was left with a powerless copy). It might be the suit rather than Jim himself that draws him to attack.

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* MisplacedRetribution: Whoever or whatever sets off his demonic transformation, Jim is nearly always its first target (though sometimes, Jim will do something to cause it, mostly by accident or his own stupidity). Justified in the cartoons, as Peter himself explains he has no control over himself when it happens, and is usually rather embarrassed or ashamed of it. Although, when he turns into a monster in "Bring Me the Head of Earthworm Jim", he looks genuinely confused over whether to attack Jim or Psy-Crow (who is wearing the Space Suit while Jim was left with a powerless copy). It might be the suit rather than Jim himself that draws him to attack.attack, as he ultimately decides to attack Psy-Crow.
25th Jul '17 2:07:43 PM AndyLA
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* MisplacedRetribution: Whoever or whatever sets off his demonic transformation, Jim is nearly always its first target (though sometimes, Jim will do something to cause it, mostly by accident or his own stupidity). Justified in the cartoons, as Peter himself explains he has no control over himself when it happens, and is usually rather embarrassed or ashamed of it.

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* MisplacedRetribution: Whoever or whatever sets off his demonic transformation, Jim is nearly always its first target (though sometimes, Jim will do something to cause it, mostly by accident or his own stupidity). Justified in the cartoons, as Peter himself explains he has no control over himself when it happens, and is usually rather embarrassed or ashamed of it. Although, when he turns into a monster in "Bring Me the Head of Earthworm Jim", he looks genuinely confused over whether to attack Jim or Psy-Crow (who is wearing the Space Suit while Jim was left with a powerless copy). It might be the suit rather than Jim himself that draws him to attack.


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** Also vacuum cleaners, according to "The Wizard of Ooze".
1st Jul '17 3:49:18 PM SayaAensland
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Played sraight and inverted in parody. By human standards she's supermodel level hot. By the standards of her own species she's hidiously deformed. The narrator even lampshades this.

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Played sraight straight and inverted in parody. By human standards she's supermodel level hot. By the standards of her own species she's hidiously hideously deformed. The narrator even lampshades this.
4th Mar '17 7:39:35 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* GoodWingsEvilWings: the Queen has insect wings, but they're so tiny in proportion to her body (mostly to her butt) that she is pretty clearly incapable of flying.

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* GoodWingsEvilWings: the The Queen has insect wings, but they're so tiny in proportion to her body (mostly to her butt) that she is pretty clearly incapable of flying.
8th Oct '16 2:25:17 PM mangamanic
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One of Evil Jim's attempt to clone himself some evil companions/minions, using a cloning ray to create a clone of the insectikan princess. Only to realise to late that the opposite of the warrior woman is not as useful as he first thought.

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One of Evil Jim's attempt to clone himself some evil companions/minions, using a cloning ray to create a clone an evil duplicate of the insectikan princess. Only to realise to late that the opposite of the warrior woman an ActionGirl is not as useful as he first thought.thought she would be.
7th Oct '16 6:58:35 AM mangamanic
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One of Evil Jim's attempt to clone himself some evil companions/minions, using a cloning ray to create a clone of the insectikan princess. Only realising to late that the opposite of a mighty warrior woman is not as useful as he'd thought it would have been.

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One of Evil Jim's attempt to clone himself some evil companions/minions, using a cloning ray to create a clone of the insectikan princess. Only realising to realise to late that the opposite of a mighty the warrior woman is not as useful as he'd thought it would have been.he first thought.
7th Oct '16 6:45:41 AM mangamanic
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* EvilKnockoff: What she was created for, but leaves much to be desired. Evil Jim lampshades the usefulness of making an opposite personality clone of a might warrior woman.

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* EvilKnockoff: What she was created for, but leaves much to be desired. Evil Jim lampshades the usefulness of making an opposite personality clone of a might mighty warrior woman.



* ObliviousToLove: Inverted. While normal What's-Her-Name can't take a hint or denies Jim affections. Evil Princess has no problem asking Jim out much to his shock.

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* ObliviousToLove: Inverted. While normal What's-Her-Name can't take a hint or denies Jim affections. Evil Princess has no problem asking Jim out on a date much to his shock.
7th Oct '16 6:45:03 AM mangamanic
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* BrainlessBeauty: Funnily enough. The evil clone of the Princess acts more like she did in the game than in the cartoon

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Inverted. Though she is still ugly by her people standards.
* BrainlessBeauty: Funnily enough. The evil clone of the Princess acts more like she did in the game than in the cartooncartoon.
* EvilKnockoff: What she was created for, but leaves much to be desired. Evil Jim lampshades the usefulness of making an opposite personality clone of a might warrior woman.



* IBrokeANail: Not the normal example, but her response to bein caught in a motorcycle crash is to ask someone to call a hairdresser to fix her hair.

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* GracefulLadiesLikePurple
* IBrokeANail: Not the normal example, but Makes this complaint when using her response to bein caught in a motorcycle crash is to ask someone to call a hairdresser to fix her hair.own gun.



* NonMammalianHair / RapunzelHair:

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* NonMammalianHair / RapunzelHair: RapunzelHair


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* VanityIsFeminine: Never goes anywhere without her makeup. Demands someone call a hairdresser after getting in a bike crash, which she got in because she was trying to fix her make-up while riding.
7th Oct '16 6:21:02 AM mangamanic
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* BrainlessBeauty: Funnily enough. The evil clone of the Princess acts more like she did in the game than in the cartoon


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* ImpossibleHourglassFigure
* NonMammalianHair / RapunzelHair:
* ObliviousToLove: Inverted. While normal What's-Her-Name can't take a hint or denies Jim affections. Evil Princess has no problem asking Jim out much to his shock.
7th Oct '16 5:35:19 AM mangamanic
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[[folder:Evil Princess Whats-Her-Name]]
One of Evil Jim's attempt to clone himself some evil companions/minions, using a cloning ray to create a clone of the insectikan princess. Only realising to late that the opposite of a mighty warrior woman is not as useful as he'd thought it would have been.
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* GirlyGirl: Dresses, speaks and acts more more femininly than her original counterpart
* IBrokeANail: Not the normal example, but her response to bein caught in a motorcycle crash is to ask someone to call a hairdresser to fix her hair.
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