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16th Sep '16 5:54:26 AM Valen
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* [[GorgeousGorgon Medusa]] cites this as her motivation for trying to attack Skyworld in ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising]], but Palutena quickly points it out to being a FreudianExcuse, saying she just changed Medusa's appearance to match her dark heart.

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* [[GorgeousGorgon Medusa]] cites this as her motivation for trying to attack Skyworld in ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising]], ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising'', but Palutena quickly points it out to being a FreudianExcuse, saying she just changed Medusa's appearance to match her dark heart.
16th Sep '16 5:53:33 AM Valen
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* [[GorgeousGorgon Medusa]] cites this as her motivation for trying to attack Skyworld in ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising]], but Palutena quickly points it out to being a FreudianExcuse, saying she just changed Medusa's appearance to match her dark heart.
29th Aug '16 4:05:44 AM gabknight2005
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** Sharon Ventura, the second Ms Marvel, got hit by this twice: the first time by accident, the second as Doctor Doom's revenge for her betrayal.
25th Jun '16 4:13:42 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Bionicle}}'', the narcissistic Toa Matau considers himself to be this trope after his transformation into a Toa Hordika.

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* In ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', the narcissistic Toa Matau considers himself to be this trope after his transformation into a Toa Hordika.
19th May '16 12:28:55 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''RockosModernLife'': Ed Bighead was once known as "The Handsomest Man in O-Town" before an accident involving a giant blender.

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* ''RockosModernLife'': ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'': Ed Bighead was once known as "The Handsomest Man in O-Town" before an accident involving a giant blender.
17th Feb '16 11:54:26 AM Floria
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* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'' Wade Wilson was played by an [[HeroicBuild appealingly muscular]] Ryan Reynolds. After he contracted terminal cancer, volunteered for an experimental program as a last-ditch attempt to cure it, and was subjected to horrifying mad science torture in an attempt to give him superpowers, Wade lost his boyish good looks and most of his sanity, becoming a [[BaldOfAwesome bald]], CoveredWithScars CloudCuckoolander.
28th Dec '15 5:24:20 PM Anddrix
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* ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' has both Ben Grimm and ComicBook/DoctorDoom.

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* ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' has both Ben Grimm and ComicBook/DoctorDoom.Doctor Doom.
21st Dec '15 2:03:18 AM Adept
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* ''ComicBook/IronMan'': Tony Stark, after being badly injured by his own land mine in Vietghanistan. His chest was torn open by the shrapnel badly enough that some of it lodged in his heart -- obviously, damage that severe scarred his chest badly. He gained another scar (though a far less noticeable one) after his open-heart surgery later in the comics. Whether or not {{Marvel}}'s artists would actually ''acknowledge'' the scars that would come from such physical trauma seemed to change depending on who was drawing the run at the time.

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* ''ComicBook/IronMan'': Tony Stark, after being badly injured by his own land mine in Vietghanistan. His chest was torn open by the shrapnel badly enough that some of it lodged in his heart -- obviously, damage that severe scarred his chest badly. He gained another scar (though a far less noticeable one) after his open-heart surgery later in the comics. Whether or not {{Marvel}}'s Creator/{{Marvel}}'s artists would actually ''acknowledge'' the scars that would come from such physical trauma seemed to change depending on who was drawing the run at the time.
11th Nov '15 2:56:51 PM hamza678
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* ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' has both Ben Grimm and DoctorDoom.

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* ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' has both Ben Grimm and DoctorDoom.ComicBook/DoctorDoom.



* One of the {{Punisher}}'s RoguesGallery is a prime example. Billy Russo was originally nicknamed "The Beaut", but after the Punisher introduced him face-first to a glass pane, he now goes by the name Jigsaw. Granted Russo was already a murderous mobster when the Punisher met him, but as Jigsaw he's gone completely AxCrazy.
* In the Elseworlds story ''Comicbook/{{Justice}}'', {{Wonder Woman}} is scratched by claws laced with a poison which scars her face. In short time, the scar begins to grow and disfigure her as it returns her back to the mound of clay she was made from. By the end of the story, she has little to no hair left on her head, and her entire skin looks like charcoal and burning embers.[[/folder]]

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* One of the {{Punisher}}'s ComicBook/{{Punisher}}'s RoguesGallery is a prime example. Billy Russo was originally nicknamed "The Beaut", but after the Punisher introduced him face-first to a glass pane, he now goes by the name Jigsaw. Granted Russo was already a murderous mobster when the Punisher met him, but as Jigsaw he's gone completely AxCrazy.
* In the Elseworlds story ''Comicbook/{{Justice}}'', {{Wonder ComicBook/{{Wonder Woman}} is scratched by claws laced with a poison which scars her face. In short time, the scar begins to grow and disfigure her as it returns her back to the mound of clay she was made from. By the end of the story, she has little to no hair left on her head, and her entire skin looks like charcoal and burning embers.[[/folder]]
20th Jul '15 11:00:07 AM Willbyr
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* ''GlassNoKamen''. The reclusive actress Tsukikage Chigusa was forced into early retirement when a lamp lighter fell during a stage accident and burned half of her face off. When she's shown in the series as an old woman after her accident, her face is always half-covered by her hair, thus ensuring that the audience never actually sees her scars every episode.

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* ''GlassNoKamen''.''Manga/GlassMask''. The reclusive actress Tsukikage Chigusa was forced into early retirement when a lamp lighter fell during a stage accident and burned half of her face off. When she's shown in the series as an old woman after her accident, her face is always half-covered by her hair, thus ensuring that the audience never actually sees her scars every episode.



* In ''{{Claymore}}'', the Claymore warriors definetly seem pretty, but let's not forget the whole [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Awakening]] thing.

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* In ''{{Claymore}}'', ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'', the Claymore warriors definetly seem pretty, but let's not forget the whole [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Awakening]] thing.
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