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19th Oct '17 6:32:45 PM tenatelop1
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** In ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' once the Vulture figures out Peter is Spider-Man he threatens to kill him and everyone he loves if he keeps interfereing. ''WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded'' notices that this means he'll have to kill [[spoiler: his own daughter]].
7th Oct '17 4:06:37 PM AnthonyA
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* Sunset Shimmer makes a reference to this trope in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls''. It is subverted at the end, though, as if she does have Spike kidnapped by her flunkies, it is mainly to get Twilight where she wants her; she never truly intends to harm the dog.

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* Sunset Shimmer makes a reference to this trope in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls''. It is subverted at the end, though, as if she does have Spike kidnapped by her flunkies, it is mainly to get Twilight where she wants her; she never truly intends to harm the dog.dog (or so she says).
9th Sep '17 2:36:12 PM nighttrainfm
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* In ''Film/{{Thor}}'', Thor finally stops trying to reason with a now AxCrazy Loki and attacks him when Loki threatens to pay Jane Foster a "visit".
* Loki does this again in ''Film/TheAvengers2012'' while being interrogated by Black Widow. Having brainwashed Clint Barton / Hawkeye, her old friend and comrade, he vows to make Barton kill her in the most sadistic manner possible, then give him his free will back just long enough to see what he's done before killing him, too.

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In ''Film/{{Thor}}'', Thor finally stops trying to reason with a now AxCrazy Loki and attacks him when Loki threatens to pay Jane Foster a "visit".
* ** Loki does this again in ''Film/TheAvengers2012'' while being interrogated by Black Widow. Having brainwashed Clint Barton / Hawkeye, her old friend and comrade, he vows to make Barton kill her in the most sadistic manner possible, then give him his free will back just long enough to see what he's done before killing him, too.
27th May '17 8:42:12 AM ShippingGirl
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->''"I'll get you, my pretty -- [TropeNamer and your little dog too!]"''

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->''"I'll get you, my pretty -- [TropeNamer [[TropeNamer and your little dog too!]"''too!]]"''
27th May '17 8:41:54 AM ShippingGirl
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->''"I'll get you, my pretty -- and your little dog too!"''

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->''"I'll get you, my pretty -- [TropeNamer and your little dog too!"''too!]"''
22nd May '17 9:43:42 PM Troperinik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Almost every single episode has [[{{Jerkass}} Mr. Cat]] torment [[NighInvulnerable Quack Quack]] in various ways so Kaeloo will get angry.
13th May '17 7:36:44 AM nighttrainfm
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* Loki does this again in ''Film/TheAvengers2012'' while being interrogated by Black Widow. Having brainwashed Clint Barton / Hawkeye, her old friend and comrade, he vows to make Barton kill her in the most sadistic manner possible, then give him his free will back just long enough to see what he's done before killing him, too.
5th May '17 7:59:33 AM JackG
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* Moriarty in ''Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows'' makes a point of attacking and threatening Watson just because he knows Holmes holds him in high regard. Holmes even goes to Moriarty's office on Watson's wedding day to plead with the professor not to involve him in their ongoing conflict, only to be told that Watson is 'collateral damage' and the professor has already made sure to send his 'regards' to the happy couple (in the form of a squad of assassins who attack Watson and his bride during the train journey to their honeymoon).

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* ''Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows''
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Moriarty in ''Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows'' in makes a point of attacking and threatening Watson just because he knows Holmes holds him in high regard. Holmes even goes to Moriarty's office on Watson's wedding day to plead with the professor not to involve him in their ongoing conflict, only to be told that Watson is 'collateral damage' and the professor has already made sure to send his 'regards' to the happy couple (in the form of a squad of assassins who attack Watson and his bride during the train journey to their honeymoon). Although initially he implies that if Holmes backs down, then Moriarty will too, so PragmaticVillainy is involved.
** The trope occurs again at the end of the movie when Holmes reveals he's bested Moriarty, who again promises revenge against Watson and his wife out of revenge. Holmes is facing certain death at that point, so such revenge would be completely gratuitous.
7th Apr '17 5:02:09 PM Korval
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* ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' proves it really is DarkerAndGrittier by having the ''hero'' do this to the villain. In a desperate attempt to get information out of Wilson Fisk, Matt Murdoch tells Fisk that he can keep his love Vanessa out of the country forever with one letter sent to the right office. Fisk is enraged rather than intimidated, and basically beats Matt's face in.

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* ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' proves it really is DarkerAndGrittier by having the ''hero'' do this to the villain. In a desperate attempt to get information out of Wilson Fisk, Matt Murdoch tells Fisk that he can keep his love Vanessa out of the country forever with one letter sent to the right office. Unfortunately, all of the people who could have told Matt how [[BerserkButton bad of an idea it was to use Vanessa against Fisk]] are dead. And that is not a coincidence. Fisk is enraged rather than intimidated, and basically beats Matt's face in.in, then delivers his own counter-threat against Matt and his friend Foggy.
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