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20th Jan '16 4:47:54 PM Ciel12
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* Actively played upon in DanGanRonpa - hero Naegi considers himself plain and is surprised when old schoolmate Maizono remembers him. Maizono is a cute idol singer, but it also turns out that [[spoiler: she tried to set Naegi up to take a fall for her so she could escape the battle royale]]. Ziz-zagged in that she regrets it. Also present in the rest of the cast - the wealthy and handsome son of a corporation has next to no empathy for his fellow classmates, and the villain is [[spoiler: the classmate known as the ultimate supermodel]]. The less conventionally attractive cast members are accordingly more heroic - plain Naegi is a sweetheart, and beefy warrior woman Sakura is noble and kind.
13th Jan '16 10:49:21 AM DarkDuel
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**Ironically, WordofGod states that Asami originally ''was intended to be'' TheMole, but the series' creators decided instead to keep her firmly on the side of the good guys.
28th Nov '15 4:41:26 PM DrOO7
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* Creator/DanielleSteel likes this trope too (although to be fair, much like in the page description, this is frequently paired with BeautyIsGoodness). But whereas a hero or heroine is naturally beautiful without any effort, a villain's good looks are usually artificial and fading.
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* Creator/DanielleSteel likes this trope too (although to be fair, much like in the page description, this is frequently paired with BeautyIsGoodness).BeautyEqualsGoodness). But whereas a hero or heroine is naturally beautiful without any effort, a villain's good looks are usually artificial and fading.
28th Nov '15 4:43:00 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* It is bad but celebrated in his own case with Panamanian wrestler VENENO, who briefly made "El Guapo Siniestro" his official gimmick in IWRG.
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* It is bad but celebrated in his own case with Panamanian wrestler VENENO, who briefly made "El Guapo Siniestro" his official gimmick in IWRG. Of course he usually kept [[MaskedLuchador his looks hidden]] until Grand Markus Jr unmasked him two years later in Wrestling/{{CMLL}}
28th Nov '15 4:25:29 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* More so handsome is bad with Panamanian wrestler VENENO, who briefly made "El Guapo Siniestro" his official gimmick in IWRG.
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* More so handsome It is bad but celebrated in his own case with Panamanian wrestler VENENO, who briefly made "El Guapo Siniestro" his official gimmick in IWRG.
28th Nov '15 4:19:15 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* More so handsome is bad with Panamanian wrestler VENENO, who briefly made "El Guapo Siniestro" his official gimmick in IWRG.
24th Nov '15 2:20:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* The bitchy, dim-witted (minus one) second wives in ''TheFirstWivesClub'' are all noticeably younger and prettier than the titular characters (though they are all quite attractive themselves). Like the {{Hairspray}} example above, it's implied that two traits simply go together.
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* The bitchy, dim-witted (minus one) second wives in ''TheFirstWivesClub'' ''Film/TheFirstWivesClub'' are all noticeably younger and prettier than the titular characters (though they are all quite attractive themselves). Like the {{Hairspray}} example above, it's implied that two traits simply go together.
12th Nov '15 4:33:02 PM nombretomado
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* The eponymous character in Tess Gerrittsen's "RizzoliAndIsles" series is a die-hard believer of this. There is yet to be a single beautiful woman in one of the books who she hasn't immediately deemed dumb, bitchy, etc. However, this rarely turns out to be the truth--instead, it's a result of Rizzoli's irrational jealousy of good-looking women (because she's plain). There are a few moments where it is played straight--Joyce O'Donnell, a psychologist Rizzoli frequently clashes with and outright describes as "a vampire", is consistently described as beautiful, immaculately coiffed, dressed, and made up--and is an utterly despicable person, regularly communicating with serial killers and advocating for their release and constantly preying on Rizzoli' s insecurities.
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* The eponymous character in Tess Gerrittsen's "RizzoliAndIsles" "Series/RizzoliAndIsles" series is a die-hard believer of this. There is yet to be a single beautiful woman in one of the books who she hasn't immediately deemed dumb, bitchy, etc. However, this rarely turns out to be the truth--instead, it's a result of Rizzoli's irrational jealousy of good-looking women (because she's plain). There are a few moments where it is played straight--Joyce O'Donnell, a psychologist Rizzoli frequently clashes with and outright describes as "a vampire", is consistently described as beautiful, immaculately coiffed, dressed, and made up--and is an utterly despicable person, regularly communicating with serial killers and advocating for their release and constantly preying on Rizzoli' s insecurities.
10th Nov '15 10:04:51 AM Wymar
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* Handsomely Masked Sweet Mask from ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' looks kind of like Light (until later in the adaptions where his hair is longer), which is probably not a coincidence if you consider that his sense of justice also consists of killing anything he deems evil.
20th Oct '15 4:52:25 PM DrOO7
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* The eponymous character in Tess Gerrittsen's "RizzoliAndIsles" series is a die-hard believer of this. There is yet to be a single beautiful woman in one of the books who she hasn't immediately deemed dumb, bitchy, etc. However, this rarely turns out to be the truth--instead, it's a result of Rizzoli's irrational jealousy of good-looking women (because she's plain).
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* The eponymous character in Tess Gerrittsen's "RizzoliAndIsles" series is a die-hard believer of this. There is yet to be a single beautiful woman in one of the books who she hasn't immediately deemed dumb, bitchy, etc. However, this rarely turns out to be the truth--instead, it's a result of Rizzoli's irrational jealousy of good-looking women (because she's plain). There are a few moments where it is played straight--Joyce O'Donnell, a psychologist Rizzoli frequently clashes with and outright describes as "a vampire", is consistently described as beautiful, immaculately coiffed, dressed, and made up--and is an utterly despicable person, regularly communicating with serial killers and advocating for their release and constantly preying on Rizzoli' s insecurities.
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