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14th Jan '17 10:58:27 AM merotoker
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** Allen got this again when [[spoiler: it was discovered he is/will become the 14th.]]

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** Allen got this again when [[spoiler: it was discovered he is/will become the 14th.]]14th]].



** "With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility" is his mantra. For a while, it seemed like the ''only'' job available for someone with SuperStrength and degrees in physics, biology, and chemistry is to sell pictures of himself as Spider-Man to an abusive idiot. He's moved into other fields for a time -- one of the most brilliant recent ideas? High school science teacher -- but tends to [[StatusQuoIsGod return to status quo]]. In a broader sense, other superheroes in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse tend to experience the same kind of thing from time to time, but Spider-Man's career is practically defined by it.

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** "With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility" ComesGreatResponsibility" is his mantra. For a while, it seemed like the ''only'' job available for someone with SuperStrength and degrees in physics, biology, and chemistry is to sell pictures of himself as Spider-Man to an abusive idiot. He's moved into other fields for a time -- one of the most brilliant recent ideas? High school science teacher -- but tends to [[StatusQuoIsGod return to status quo]]. In a broader sense, other superheroes in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse tend to experience the same kind of thing from time to time, but Spider-Man's career is practically defined by it.



** The best villainous example is SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}. Though with him being Jewish and born in Eastern Europe in the 1930s, this trope was the ''least'' of his problems.

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** The best villainous example is SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}.ComicBook/{{Magneto}}. Though with him being Jewish and born in Eastern Europe in the 1930s, this trope was the ''least'' of his problems.



* In ''WesternAnimation/HappyFeet'', poor little Mumble is eyed with disaproval and disgust from everyone (except for the Amigos, his love interest Gloria, his mother and eventually his father) due to his abnormal inability to sing and affinity to dance.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/HappyFeet'', poor little Mumble is eyed with disaproval disapproval and disgust from everyone (except for the Amigos, his love interest Gloria, his mother and eventually his father) due to his abnormal inability to sing and affinity to dance.



* Sadness in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'', though a {{downplayed}} version. She's not hated by the other emotions, they just don't know what role she plays in Riley's emotions, since she tends to make her happy moments turn sad. The only emotion that actively keeps her away is Joy.

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* Sadness in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'', though a {{downplayed}} {{downplayed|Trope}} version. She's not hated by the other emotions, they just don't know what role she plays in Riley's emotions, since she tends to make her happy moments turn sad. The only emotion that actively keeps her away is Joy.



* Film adaptations of Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/{{Carrie}}'' as described in Literature.

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* [[Film/{{Carrie}} Film adaptations adaptations]] of Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/{{Carrie}}'' as described in Literature.



* In ''Film/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'', The Grinch [[FreudianExcuse was bitterly teased as a child for being green and ugly.]] This turns him into a mean and nasty monster with a hatred for joy, especially Christmas. This was a complete reversal from the book, where he was just nasty and the Whos represented the spirit of Christmas in its purest form.

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* In ''Film/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'', The Grinch [[FreudianExcuse was bitterly teased as a child for being green and ugly.]] This turns him into a mean and nasty monster with a hatred for joy, especially Christmas. This was a complete reversal from [[Literature/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas the book, book]], where he was just nasty and the Whos represented the spirit of Christmas in its purest form.



* The teenage main character of Stephen King's ''Literature/{{Carrie}}'', whose torment at school and at home from her MoralGuardian zealot mother leads her to burn down the building at prom and later her own house with both her and her mother still in it.

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* The teenage main character of Stephen King's ''Literature/{{Carrie}}'', whose torment at school and at home from her MoralGuardian {{Moral Guardian|s}} zealot mother leads her to burn down the building at prom and later her own house with both her and her mother still in it.



* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': Season 10 is all about costumed vigilantes coming out of the shadows and into the public eye in response to the constant "anti-hero" mud-slinging. The general public distrusts the heroes' motives for no other reason than because they can, despite the numerous times [[Franchise/{{Superman}} the Blur]] saved their lives. [[spoiler: When Oliver Queen comes out as the Green Arrow, he goes on TV and delivers a stinging TakeThat to all the anti-hero nonsense.]] [[spoiler: It's now been said that Darkseid himself was behind the anti-hero business, manipulating people's minds and increasing the hate.]]

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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': Season 10 is all about costumed vigilantes coming out of the shadows and into the public eye in response to the constant "anti-hero" mud-slinging. The general public distrusts the heroes' motives for no other reason than because they can, despite the numerous times [[Franchise/{{Superman}} the Blur]] saved their lives. [[spoiler: When Oliver Queen comes out as the Green Arrow, he goes on TV and delivers a stinging TakeThat to all the anti-hero nonsense.]] [[spoiler: It's now been said that Darkseid himself was behind the anti-hero business, manipulating people's minds and increasing the hate.]]



* The titular hero of Creator/PBSKidsSprout's ''Olive the Ostrich'', who buries her head in the sand to have imaginative adventures. When she pokes her head out of the sand, her father pokes fun at her for daydreaming again, her mother tells her that her head's "been in the sand too long" and her brother laughs at her. It's probably no coincidence that her name is "Olive."

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* The titular hero of Creator/PBSKidsSprout's Creator/{{Sprout}}'s ''Olive the Ostrich'', who buries her head in the sand to have imaginative adventures. When she pokes her head out of the sand, her father pokes fun at her for daydreaming again, her mother tells her that her head's "been in the sand too long" and her brother laughs at her. It's probably no coincidence that her name is "Olive."



* WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold: Plastic Man appears to be disliked by most heroes apart from Batman. He even mentions he was kicked out of the Justice League because they didn't want him around.

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* WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold: ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': Plastic Man appears to be disliked by most heroes apart from Batman. He even mentions he was kicked out of the Justice League because they didn't want him around.
5th Jan '17 12:22:11 PM gjjones
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** Robin might also qualify. The children initially ostracize her because of her Devil Fruit power. When she's forced on the run, she can't find anyone willing to take her in without succumbing to fear of the government closing in on them for harboring her or betraying her for the bounty money until she meets the Straw Hats.

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** Robin might also qualify. The children initially ostracize shun her because of her Devil Fruit power. When she's forced on the run, she can't find anyone willing to take her in without succumbing to fear of the government closing in on them for harboring her or betraying her for the bounty money until she meets the Straw Hats.



** Rebecca from the Dressrosa Arc might qualify as well.[[spoiler: Her grandfather who was the former king of dressrosa, was villainized by Doflamingo who took his throne. As soon as Rebecca entered the collosseum, people started to express their hate for her bloodline. (Similar to Ace above)]]

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** Rebecca from the Dressrosa Arc might qualify as well.[[spoiler: Her grandfather who was the former king of dressrosa, Dressrosa, was villainized by Doflamingo who took his throne. As soon as Rebecca entered the collosseum, colosseum, people started to express their hate for her bloodline. (Similar At least until Doflamingo's FrameUp is exposed thanks to Ace above)]]the Straw Hats.]]



* As a child, Lucy of ''Manga/ElfenLied'' was mercilessly teased by the other kids in the orphanage for her emotionless demeanor and her horns. The final straw is when [[spoiler:they take the puppy she'd been caring for and force her to watch while they beat it to death, just to get some kind of reaction out of her. She snaps and tears apart everyone in the room with her newly-awakened powers]]. Later, thinking she has been betrayed by Kouta, she goes on a massive slaughter rampage.

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* As a child, Lucy of ''Manga/ElfenLied'' was mercilessly teased by the other kids in the orphanage for her emotionless demeanor and her horns. The final straw is when [[spoiler:they take the puppy she'd been caring for and [[ForcedToWatch force her to watch watch]] while they beat it to death, just to get some kind of reaction out of her. She snaps and tears apart everyone in the room with her newly-awakened powers]]. Later, thinking she has been betrayed by Kouta, she goes on a massive slaughter rampage.



* Literature/HarryPotter

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** This is taken to the next level during ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix''. [[MaliciousSlander Thanks to the Ministry of Magic]], most of the Wizarding World believes that Harry's crazy and dangerous, and that the return of Lord Voldemort in the previous book is a lie, just because his scar hurts and he's a Parselmouth.

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** This is taken to the next level during ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix''. [[MaliciousSlander Thanks to the Ministry of Magic]], most of the Wizarding World believes that Harry's crazy and dangerous, and that the return of Lord Voldemort in the previous book is a lie, just because his scar hurts and he's a Parselmouth. At the end of the book, however, [[spoiler:Harry is vindicated after the Ministry of Magic arrive just in time to witness Voldemort themselves.]]
5th Jan '17 12:15:19 PM gjjones
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** ''Naruto'' plays this trope straight with the titular character himself, who was marginalized for most of his life by the villagers of Konoha because of his status as the Jinchuuriki (demon host) of the 9-Tailed Fox, due to the belief that he's the actual incarnation of the demon itself. This goes right into BullyingADragon territory, considering that a sufficiently distressed Naruto would be capable of releasing the Fox, which is one of the most powerful entities in the Naruto-verse, capable of creating tsunamis and leveling mountains, and single-handedly responsible for killing mass numbers of shinobi and nearly destroying Konoha. Fortunately, Naruto simply wants to protect his fellow villagers and gain their acceptance. [[spoiler:After defeating Pain, he becomes the respected and beloved hero]]. Naruto wasn't completely alone back in the old days, though. He did have one ally, [[BadassTeacher Iruka]] [[EnsembleDarkHorse Umino]], who even now doubles as his default guardian and [[BigBrotherInstinct surrogate big brother.]] In fact, Iruka, himself an orphan since he was very young ([[spoiler:in fact, he was orphaned by the Nine-Tailed Fox]]), was motivated to be there for Naruto because he himself was a survivor of years of this treatment, [[NotSoDifferent which he dealt with by acting out in a similar way to the little jinchuuriki.]]

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** ''Naruto'' plays this trope straight with the titular character himself, who was marginalized for most of his life by the villagers of Konoha because of his status as the Jinchuuriki (demon host) of the 9-Tailed Fox, due to the belief that he's the actual incarnation of the demon itself. This goes right into BullyingADragon territory, considering that a sufficiently distressed Naruto would be capable of releasing the Fox, which is one of the most powerful entities in the Naruto-verse, capable of creating tsunamis and leveling mountains, and single-handedly responsible for killing mass numbers of shinobi and nearly destroying Konoha. Fortunately, Naruto simply wants to protect his fellow villagers and gain their acceptance. [[spoiler:After defeating Pain, he becomes the succeeds in becoming a respected and beloved hero]].icon in his own right]]. Naruto wasn't completely alone back in the old days, though. He did have one ally, [[BadassTeacher Iruka]] [[EnsembleDarkHorse Umino]], who even now doubles as his default guardian and [[BigBrotherInstinct surrogate big brother.]] In fact, Iruka, himself an orphan since he was very young ([[spoiler:in fact, he was orphaned by the Nine-Tailed Fox]]), was motivated to be there for Naruto because he himself was a survivor of years of this treatment, [[NotSoDifferent which he dealt with by acting out in a similar way to the little jinchuuriki.]]
27th Dec '16 9:14:10 PM Troperinik
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* Olaf from ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' was apparently [[spoiler: kicked out of the place he lived and left drifting on an iceberg]] by other emperor penguins for [[CargoShip "marrying" an ice cube]].
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Tyrion is treated as evil incarnate by the populace of Westeros mostly because they believe BeautyEqualsGoodness and he only entered politics after times started getting bad, a fact not helped by his drinking, whoring, and snarking. His own family (except Jaime) also largely excludes him because of MaternalDeathBlameTheChild.
** Stannis, despite fighting steadfastly for his brother, is relegated to lord of a few rocky islands in the Narrow Sea and widely disliked for his rigid justice and humourless demeanor.
** Walder Frey knows the other noble houses look down on his family and him personally for being tardy to the Battle of the Trident, so he demands a good reason why he should waste a single thought on any of them.
6th Dec '16 8:51:44 AM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', Tohru Honda was ostracized as a little girl by her kindergarten peers. In fact, the title of the series {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this trope: after the kids humiliate her during recess, Tohru thinks "there's no place for me, a rice ball, in a fruits basket."
** In a more direct sense, after Tohru's father, Katsuya, died when Tohru was three years old, many of her relatives on her father's side looked at Tohru and said, "A girl like this is no consolation," because she didn't look like Katsuya. Said adults had the nerve to say this during Katsuya's wake/funeral. In Tohru's face. When they were supposed to be offering their condolences to her. Tohru's paternal grandfather summarizes it best; Tohru's silence to these comments may have allowed the relatives to think that they were speaking to an otherwise mindless child, but children are capable of listening contrary to what adults think, and they are especially prone to take such 'mindless' comments to heart. [[spoiler: Tohru's mannerisms as she grows up are a result of such comments, and, in some ways, this pushes her into the StepfordSmiler territory.]]

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* In ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', Tohru Honda was ostracized as a little girl by her kindergarten peers. In fact, the title of the series {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this trope: after the kids humiliate her during recess, Tohru thinks "there's no place for me, a rice ball, in a fruits basket."
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" In a more direct sense, after Tohru's father, Katsuya, died when Tohru was three years old, many of her relatives on her father's side looked at Tohru and said, "A girl like this is no consolation," because she didn't look like Katsuya. Said adults had the nerve to say this during Katsuya's wake/funeral. In Tohru's face. When they were supposed to be offering their condolences to her. Tohru's paternal grandfather summarizes it best; Tohru's silence to these comments may have allowed the relatives to think that they were speaking to an otherwise mindless child, but children are capable of listening contrary to what adults think, and they are especially prone to take such 'mindless' comments to heart. [[spoiler: Tohru's mannerisms as she grows up are a result of such comments, and, in some ways, this pushes her into the StepfordSmiler territory.]]



* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' plays this trope straight with the titular character himself, who was marginalized for most of his life by the villagers of Konoha because of his status as the Jinchuuriki (demon host) of the 9-Tailed Fox, due to the belief that he's the actual incarnation of the demon itself. This goes right into BullyingADragon territory, considering that a sufficiently distressed Naruto would be capable of releasing the Fox, which is one of the most powerful entities in the Naruto-verse, capable of creating tsunamis and leveling mountains, and single-handedly responsible for killing mass numbers of shinobi and nearly destroying Konoha. Fortunately, Naruto simply wants to protect his fellow villagers and gain their acceptance. [[spoiler:After defeating Pain, he becomes the respected and beloved hero]].
** Naruto wasn't completely alone back in the old days, though. He did have one ally, [[BadassTeacher Iruka]] [[EnsembleDarkHorse Umino]], who even now doubles as his default guardian and [[BigBrotherInstinct surrogate big brother.]] In fact, Iruka, himself an orphan since he was very young ([[spoiler:in fact, he was orphaned by the Nine-Tailed Fox]]), was motivated to be there for Naruto because he himself was a survivor of years of this treatment, [[NotSoDifferent which he dealt with by acting out in a similar way to the little jinchuuriki.]]

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
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plays this trope straight with the titular character himself, who was marginalized for most of his life by the villagers of Konoha because of his status as the Jinchuuriki (demon host) of the 9-Tailed Fox, due to the belief that he's the actual incarnation of the demon itself. This goes right into BullyingADragon territory, considering that a sufficiently distressed Naruto would be capable of releasing the Fox, which is one of the most powerful entities in the Naruto-verse, capable of creating tsunamis and leveling mountains, and single-handedly responsible for killing mass numbers of shinobi and nearly destroying Konoha. Fortunately, Naruto simply wants to protect his fellow villagers and gain their acceptance. [[spoiler:After defeating Pain, he becomes the respected and beloved hero]].
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hero]]. Naruto wasn't completely alone back in the old days, though. He did have one ally, [[BadassTeacher Iruka]] [[EnsembleDarkHorse Umino]], who even now doubles as his default guardian and [[BigBrotherInstinct surrogate big brother.]] In fact, Iruka, himself an orphan since he was very young ([[spoiler:in fact, he was orphaned by the Nine-Tailed Fox]]), was motivated to be there for Naruto because he himself was a survivor of years of this treatment, [[NotSoDifferent which he dealt with by acting out in a similar way to the little jinchuuriki.]]



** According to Deidara, [[spoiler: the two Jinchuuriki Akatsuki captured before Gaara were outcasts in their villages, and no one tried to rescue them]]. The trend is downright turned on its head with [[spoiler:Killer Bee, the eight-tailed Jinchuuriki. Turns out he's an extremely beloved member of his village, and when that village, particularly the Raikage and his own students, find out that he's been captured, they are ''[[ItsPersonal pissed]]'' (though their mood changes to sheer annoyance when they find out that Bee gave his would-be captors the slip and went off on an unauthorized vacation)]].
*** Though it's later revealed that [[spoiler:when he was a kid, even Bee's treatment fell under this, and it's only later that he becomes as respected as he is now]].
*** It's also implied that they searched for [[spoiler:Nii Yugito but never found the kidnappers in time to save her]].

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** According to Deidara, [[spoiler: the two Jinchuuriki Akatsuki captured before Gaara were outcasts in their villages, and no one tried to rescue them]]. The trend is downright turned on its head with [[spoiler:Killer Bee, the eight-tailed Jinchuuriki. Turns out he's an extremely beloved member of his village, and when that village, particularly the Raikage and his own students, find out that he's been captured, they are ''[[ItsPersonal pissed]]'' (though their mood changes to sheer annoyance when they find out that Bee gave his would-be captors the slip and went off on an unauthorized vacation)]].
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vacation)]]. Though it's later revealed that [[spoiler:when he was a kid, even Bee's treatment fell under this, and it's only later that he becomes as respected as he is now]].
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now]]. It's also implied that they searched for [[spoiler:Nii Yugito but never found the kidnappers in time to save her]].



* ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'':

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* Reynie from ''Literature/TheMysteriousBenedictSociety'' is bullied at his orphanage for not acting like a "normal" child. He's a ChildProdigy who prefers studying and reading over watching television and is mocked for casually using words like "enjoyable". Reynie [[FriendlessBackground thus has no friends]] besides [[IntergenerationalFriendship his tutor]], Miss Perumal, until he meets Kate, Constance, and Sticky.

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* Reynie from ''Literature/TheMysteriousBenedictSociety'' is bullied at his orphanage for not acting like a "normal" child. He's a ChildProdigy who prefers studying and reading over watching television television, and is mocked for casually using words like "enjoyable". Reynie [[FriendlessBackground thus has no friends]] besides [[IntergenerationalFriendship his tutor]], Miss Perumal, until he meets Kate, Constance, and Sticky.Sticky.
* The titular Varjak from ''Literature/VarjakPaw'' is a Mesopotamian Blue cat however he is ostracized amongst his family for having brown eyes instead of the characteristic green eyes of the breed.
25th Nov '16 8:32:39 PM WillBGood
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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' shows that Lilo is rejected by her peers for being "weird," while Stitch is rejected by the entire Galactic Federation. (This is at least marginally understandable, however, given Stitch's destructive powers and fondness for anarchy.) The trailers and print advertising played around with this, showing Stitch being rejected by various members of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon; the tag line was "There's one in every family." The [[WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries animated series]] shows that Lilo continues to be ostracized by her peers, particularly AlphaBitch, Mertle.

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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' shows that Lilo is rejected by her peers for being "weird," while Stitch is rejected by the entire Galactic Federation. (This is at least marginally understandable, however, given Stitch's destructive powers and fondness for anarchy.) The trailers and print advertising played around with this, showing Stitch being rejected by various members of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon; the tag line was "There's one in every family." The [[WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries animated series]] shows that Lilo continues to be ostracized by her peers, particularly AlphaBitch, AlphaBitch Mertle.
25th Nov '16 8:29:46 PM WillBGood
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** A classmate of his named Charlie Weiderman was bullied even worse. Even Peter took advantage of Charlie once to score some points with the in-crowd before guilt led him to make friends with his Charlie. Unfortunately, Charlie went too far in his attempts to "get even', , pulling a knife on his tormentors once (the coach stopped him, thank goodness, and some quick thinking by Peter kept Charlie from being expelled) and later slashed the tires of the same bullies. As an adult, Charlie still sought vindication, and after an ill-conceived experiment using vibranium blew up in his face, he truly snapped, murdering two former classmates and gunning after the Parkers, burning down Aunt May's house before being stopped.
** His enemy ComicBook/DoctorOctopus was such a victim too; Ock may have had a much better and more illustrious career, NotsoDifferent than Peter, had his parents been the kind and compassionate guardians Ben and May were. Sadly, he had an abusive father and an overprotective mother, and turned into someone even Peter can rarely sympathize with.

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** A classmate of his named Charlie Weiderman was bullied even worse. Even Peter took advantage of Charlie once to score some points with the in-crowd before guilt led him to make friends with his Charlie. Unfortunately, Charlie went too far in his attempts to "get even', , even", pulling a knife on his tormentors once (the coach stopped him, thank goodness, and some quick thinking by Peter kept Charlie from being expelled) and later slashed the tires of the same bullies. As an adult, Charlie still sought vindication, and after an ill-conceived experiment using vibranium blew up in his face, he truly snapped, murdering two former classmates and gunning after the Parkers, burning down Aunt May's house before being stopped.
** His enemy ComicBook/DoctorOctopus was such a victim too; Ock may have had a much better and more illustrious career, NotsoDifferent than NotSoDifferent from Peter, had his parents been the kind and compassionate guardians Ben and May were. Sadly, he had an abusive father and an overprotective mother, and turned into someone even Peter can rarely sympathize with.
21st Nov '16 10:08:40 PM gjjones
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' plays this trope straight with the titular character himself, who was ignored, mistreated and/or possibly physically abused for most of his life by the villagers of Konoha because of his status as the Jinchuuriki (demon host) of the 9-Tailed Fox, due to the belief that he's the actual incarnation of the demon itself. This goes right into BullyingADragon territory, considering that a sufficiently distressed Naruto would be capable of releasing the Fox, which is one of the most powerful entities in the Naruto-verse, capable of creating tsunamis and leveling mountains, and single-handedly responsible for killing mass numbers of shinobi and nearly destroying Konoha. Fortunately, Naruto simply wants to protect his fellow villagers and gain their acceptance. [[spoiler:After defeating Pain, he's now the village hero]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' plays this trope straight with the titular character himself, who was ignored, mistreated and/or possibly physically abused marginalized for most of his life by the villagers of Konoha because of his status as the Jinchuuriki (demon host) of the 9-Tailed Fox, due to the belief that he's the actual incarnation of the demon itself. This goes right into BullyingADragon territory, considering that a sufficiently distressed Naruto would be capable of releasing the Fox, which is one of the most powerful entities in the Naruto-verse, capable of creating tsunamis and leveling mountains, and single-handedly responsible for killing mass numbers of shinobi and nearly destroying Konoha. Fortunately, Naruto simply wants to protect his fellow villagers and gain their acceptance. [[spoiler:After defeating Pain, he's now he becomes the village respected and beloved hero]].



** The villagers of Suna learned the consequences of [[BullyingADragon bullying a Jinchuuriki]] when Gaara, the 1-Tailed host, went AxCrazy from the mistreatment, forcing everyone, including skilled veteran ninja and his own siblings, to trend ''very'' carefully around him. [[spoiler:After Naruto beats some sense back into him, he eventually becomes the respected and beloved leader of the village that had previously feared and hated him]].

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** The villagers of Suna learned the consequences of [[BullyingADragon bullying a Jinchuuriki]] when Gaara, the 1-Tailed host, went AxCrazy from the mistreatment, isolation, forcing everyone, including skilled veteran ninja and his own siblings, to trend ''very'' carefully around him. [[spoiler:After Naruto beats some sense back into him, he eventually becomes the respected and beloved leader of the village that had previously feared and hated him]].
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': Part of what draws the protagonists together is that they're all more or less outcasts.
** The Protagonist, Ryuji, and Ann all have negative reputations at their school and are viewed as {{Delinquents}} by both the staff and the student body.
** Yusuke is abused and exploited by his guardian, Madarame.
** Makoto is pressured by both her principal and older sister Sae to "be useful." Associating with the former gets her the TeachersPet treatment and further alienates her from her peers.
** Futaba suffers from a severe case of SurvivorsGuilt and social anxiety to the point of being a {{Hikikomori}}.
** Haru is forced into an engagement that she does not want and [[LonelyRichKid has nobody to support her through it]].
** Goro seems like a bright young GreatDetective but grew up in an abusive household and [[IJustWantToHaveFriends has been alone his entire life]].
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