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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.
18th Jul '15 10:19:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* This is the fate of [[spoiler:[[AlphaBitch Bridget and Heather]]]] in ''TheFinal''.

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* This is the fate of [[spoiler:[[AlphaBitch Bridget and Heather]]]] in ''TheFinal''.''Film/TheFinal''.
23rd Jun '15 11:24:08 AM WillBGood
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* In ''DangerousLiaisons'', [[spoiler:[[ManipulativeBitch Marquise de Merteuil]]]] ends the book being cast out from high society and afterwards [[KarmicTransformation losing her considerable beauty to smallpox.]] Several of the film adaptations of the book leave this trope out.

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* In ''DangerousLiaisons'', ''Literature/DangerousLiaisons'', [[spoiler:[[ManipulativeBitch Marquise de Merteuil]]]] ends the book being cast out from high society and afterwards [[KarmicTransformation losing her considerable beauty to smallpox.]] Several of the film adaptations of the book leave this trope out.



* In Stuart McBride's ''Halfhead'', beautiful SerialKiller Fiona Westfield was subjected to the titular state-designated punishment, going from a deceptively young and innocent-looking blonde to a shaven-headed, lobotomized wreck with no breasts, no orifices, no lips, no cheeks, no tongue, and no lower jaw. When she recovers her mind six years after the lobotomy, she immediately begins using AppliedPhlebotinum to get her looks- and her ability to manipulate children into killing- back.

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* In Stuart McBride's [=McBride=]'s ''Halfhead'', beautiful SerialKiller Fiona Westfield was subjected to the titular state-designated punishment, going from a deceptively young and innocent-looking blonde to a shaven-headed, lobotomized wreck with no breasts, no orifices, no lips, no cheeks, no tongue, and no lower jaw. When she recovers her mind six years after the lobotomy, she immediately begins using AppliedPhlebotinum to get her looks- and her ability to manipulate children into killing- back.



* Cu Chulainn of Myth/CelticMythology is described as being an extremely and supernaturally beautiful man... as long as he's not in a [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Warp Spasm]]. What does he look like during one of those? Well...
-->The first warp-spasm seized Cúchulainn, and made him into a monstrous thing, hideous and shapeless, unheard of. His shanks and his joints, every knuckle and angle and organ from head to foot, shook like a tree in the flood or a reed in the stream. His body made a furious twist inside his skin, so that his feet and shins switched to the rear and his heels and calves switched to the front... On his head the temple-sinews stretched to the nape of his neck, each mighty, immense, measureless knob as big as the head of a month-old child... he sucked one eye so deep into his head that a wild crane couldn't probe it onto his cheek out of the depths of his skull; the other eye fell out along his cheek. His mouth weirdly distorted: his cheek peeled back from his jaws until the gullet appeared, his lungs and his liver flapped in his mouth and throat, his lower jaw struck the upper a lion-killing blow, and fiery flakes large as a ram's fleece reached his mouth from his throat... The hair of his head twisted like the tange of a red thornbush stuck in a gap; if a royal apple tree with all its kingly fruit were shaken above him, scarce an apple would reach the ground but each would be spiked on a bristle of his hair as it stood up on his scalp with rage.
23rd Jun '15 11:19:53 AM WillBGood
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* In the modern "Beauty and the Beast" adaptation ''Literature/{{Beastly}}'', the JerkJock is cursed by a witch to become a beast because he's [[TheBeautifulElite so shallow and self-centered]] that all anyone likes him for are his looks.

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* In the modern "Beauty and the Beast" adaptation ''Literature/{{Beastly}}'', the JerkJock is cursed by a witch to become a beast because he's [[TheBeautifulElite [[ItsAllAboutMe so shallow and self-centered]] that all anyone likes him for are his looks.
19th May '15 6:21:19 AM SovereignGFC
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* In ''[[FanFic/SovereignGFCOrigins Origins]]'', a ''MassEffect''[=/=]''StarWars''[[spoiler:[=/=]''[=Borderlands=]''[=/=]''[=Halo=]'']] MassiveMultiplayerCrossover, two ex-Cerberus characters discuss this trope with an Alliance soldier who happens upon them. One even has her pre-enlistment headshot--a marked difference from her current {{Cyborg}} form. Her friend even [[LampshadeHanging comments]] on how "cliche" the transformation is. Before, idealistic ([[TakeOurWordForIt presumably attractive]]) young woman who wanted to defend humanity when [[FantasticRacism no one else would]]. After, a hideous abomination with sunken ElectronicEyes, DeathSeeker tendencies, and bloody cybernetics sticking out of places since ([[PunchClockVillain working for]]) EvilMakesYouUgly without [[NoOSHACompliance OSHA compliance]].
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