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13th Apr '16 2:08:22 PM RobTan
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** Captain Holt has two evil counterparts Deputy Chief Wuntch and [[spoiler: FBIAgent Bob Anderson]] who both share his stoicism and hidden intensity.
11th Jan '16 4:47:28 PM Bulby08
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** Inverted with Merlin, who received his powers the same way as the Dark One, and can be controlled by Excalibur, but uses his powers for good, not evil.
14th Dec '15 7:56:55 PM damus2300
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** [[spoiler:Ruby]] is this to Dean. Both are [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]], {{Determinator}}s, very sarcastic, HotBlooded, incredibly {{Badass}}, [[BloodKnight have a passion for fighting]], [[{{Berserker}} will never back down from a fight]], are loyal to their missions, have played the roles of TheCaretaker and TheMentor to Sam, whom both of them have UndyingLoyalty to, are [[WellDoneSonGuy strongly devoted to their "fathers"]], and [[spoiler:have sold their souls to demons in the past]]. It's a common fan theory that [[spoiler:Ruby]] deliberately took on some of Dean's traits in order to get Sam to trust her and be willing to work with her.

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** [[spoiler:Ruby]] is this to Dean. Both are [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]], {{Determinator}}s, very sarcastic, HotBlooded, incredibly {{Badass}}, [[BloodKnight have a passion for fighting]], [[{{Berserker}} will never back down from a fight]], are loyal to their missions, have played the roles of TheCaretaker and TheMentor to Sam, whom both of them have UndyingLoyalty to, are [[WellDoneSonGuy strongly devoted to their "fathers"]], and [[spoiler:have sold their souls to demons in the past]]. It's a common fan theory that [[spoiler:Ruby]] deliberately took on some of Dean's traits in order to get Sam to trust her and be willing to work with her.her.
* ''Series/TheWire'' had Cheese who was the evil D'Angelo. Cheese was also the nephew of a drug lord. Despite the way he look, he's a DirtyCoward. Dee stopped trusting his own family but never snitched on them. Cheese openly bragged about betraying his uncle to his death and got killed for it.
10th Dec '15 3:13:27 PM Dark_Lord_
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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'' have had several evil counterpart teams to the Rangers, though the evil team most people remember are the ones in ''Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger'' and ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'', the Nejirangers/Psycho Rangers respectively, who actually named a subtrope: ThePsychoRangers.

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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'' have had several evil counterpart teams to the Rangers, though the evil team most people remember are the ones in ''Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger'' and ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'', the Nejirangers/Psycho Rangers respectively, who actually named a subtrope: ThePsychoRangers. However, there are also episodes in which only one of the Rangers gets an evil counterpart, thus playing this trope straight, rather than the subtrope. Examples are:
** 'Blue Ranger Gone Bad' from the second season of ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'', featuring an evil clone of Billy.
** ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'' has Tetsumenpi Chouryuo; an armored warrior capable of using the same techniques the Dairangers can.
10th Dec '15 11:10:39 AM Dark_Lord_
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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'' have had several evil counterpart teams to the Rangers, though the evil team most people remember are the ones in ''Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger'' and ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'', the Nejirangers/Psycho Rangers respectively.

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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'' have had several evil counterpart teams to the Rangers, though the evil team most people remember are the ones in ''Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger'' and ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'', the Nejirangers/Psycho Rangers respectively.respectively, who actually named a subtrope: ThePsychoRangers.
* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' also frequently makes use of this trope. Most of the time the EvilCounterpart is another Rider who is essentially a PaletteSwap of the original. If not, he still functions largely the same as the original. The earliest known example of this trope in Kamen Rider are the Shocker Riders in the [[Series/KamenRider first series]].
9th Dec '15 8:49:08 PM damus2300
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** [[HeelFaceTurn Anya]] = [[PoisonousFriend Halfrek]] (fellow vengeance demon except that Halfrek has no empathy for her victims. She is essentially Anya before becoming human.)

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** [[HeelFaceTurn Anya]] = [[PoisonousFriend Halfrek]] (fellow vengeance demon except that Halfrek has no empathy for her victims. She (Halfrek is essentially Anya before becoming human.)
3rd Oct '15 11:20:33 AM StFan
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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', Clark's powers were temporarily transferred to a klutzy high schooler (ShawnAshmore, brother of AaronAshmore, who would later play JimmyOlsen), who didn't handle it as well. Bizarro, General Zod, and his Kryptonian stooges also make requisite appearances.
** Lionel Luthor was patterned as a dark mirror to Jonathan Kent. [[spoiler:Both died, but one expired by natural causes while the other got shoved out a window by his kin]]. Whoops.

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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
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Clark's powers were temporarily transferred to a klutzy high schooler (ShawnAshmore, (Creator/ShawnAshmore, brother of AaronAshmore, Creator/AaronAshmore, who would later play JimmyOlsen), ComicBook/JimmyOlsen), who didn't doesn't handle it as well. well.
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Bizarro, General Zod, and his Kryptonian stooges also make requisite appearances.
** Lionel Luthor was is patterned as a dark mirror to Jonathan Kent. [[spoiler:Both died, but one expired by natural causes while the other got shoved out a window by his kin]]. Whoops.
18th Sep '15 2:08:59 AM tsstevens
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** Simone = Kennedy. One wants to kill Buffy for keeping Slayers defenseless before turning them into vampires, the other gives them the guns and training to be employed as guardians and offers Buffy and Faith high paying jobs.

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** Simone [[AxCrazy Simone]] = Kennedy. [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Kennedy.]] One wants to kill Buffy for keeping Slayers defenseless before turning them into vampires, the other gives them the guns and training to be employed as guardians and offers Buffy and Faith high paying jobs.
13th Sep '15 7:46:13 PM Deathstroke369
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}''. Oliver's evil counterparts are [[AxCrazy Huntress]] and the Dark Archer.

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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}''. Oliver's Oliver/The Arrow has several evil counterparts are [[AxCrazy Huntress]] and the counterparts:
** Malcolm Merlyn/The
Dark Archer.Archer shares his goals in saving the city. Oliver tries to save the city by targeting the rich, while Merlyn targets the poor.
** Slade Wilson/Deathstroke is a dark reflection of what Oliver was in the island.
** Ra's Al Ghul is motivated by justice, even though [[KnightTemplar he imposes his own ideal of what true justice should be like]]. Much like Oliver is the leader of Team Arrow, Ra's is the leader of The League of Assassins.
6th Sep '15 2:58:19 AM Odon
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** Reese has his former partner Kara Stanton, and Elias' right hand man Scarface.

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** Reese has his former partner Kara Stanton, and Elias' right hand man Scarface.Scarface, as well as the various ex-special forces/intelligence assassins he runs into.
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