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2nd Sep '17 12:20:25 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Parodied in ''Series/JeevesAndWooster'' where Black Shorts (as all shirt colours were taken already) use imagery very similar to one used by German and Italian fascists, but are all real BlackShirts should not be: incompetent, lazy, fumbling, very low in number, and partial to haphazardly twisted ideas (such as providing all citizens with a British-made bicycle and umbrella) . They get dissolved when their leader quits the politics.

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* Parodied in ''Series/JeevesAndWooster'' where Black Shorts (as all shirt colours were taken already) use imagery very similar to one used by German and Italian fascists, but are all real BlackShirts Black Shirts should not be: incompetent, lazy, fumbling, very low in number, and partial to haphazardly twisted ideas (such as providing all citizens with a British-made bicycle and umbrella) . They get dissolved when their leader quits the politics.



%% * ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': Similar to that is the huge throng of people in the continuity who are supporters of "Humanity First!", an organization opposed to the [[FantasticRacism mutant scourge]]. Of course, there are BlackShirt types on the other extreme, since there's an extreme mutant organization called "Evolution Rocks". Their most famous poster is of a hand-drawn superman-type dropping said rocks (the size of cars) on baselines below. Sort of polarizes the argument. %% Someone could edit these two back in, but explaining how each of them is an example.

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%% * ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': Similar to that is the huge throng of people in the continuity who are supporters of "Humanity First!", an organization opposed to the [[FantasticRacism mutant scourge]]. Of course, there are BlackShirt Black Shirt types on the other extreme, since there's an extreme mutant organization called "Evolution Rocks". Their most famous poster is of a hand-drawn superman-type dropping said rocks (the size of cars) on baselines below. Sort of polarizes the argument. %% Someone could edit these two back in, but explaining how each of them is an example.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'': Clash is the BlackShirt in universe -- as she's the first Misfits fan we set our eyes on.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'': Clash is the BlackShirt Black Shirt in universe -- as she's the first Misfits fan we set our eyes on.
24th Jul '17 3:12:55 PM moloch
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* A Creator/GarthEnnis ''War Story'', "Condors", features an Irish Greenshirt, who supports the closest thing Ireland had to a true fascist, Eoin O'Duffy, fighting for [[UsefulNotes/SpanishCivilWar Franco in the Spanish Civil War.]]
23rd Jul '17 9:28:18 AM Hanz
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* ''[[Comicbook/StarWarsDoctorAphra Dr. Aphra]]'' of the Franchise/StarWars comics is an AdventurerArchaeologist who happens to be a supporter of the Empire and a personal fan of Darth Vader, admiring their strength.

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* ''[[Comicbook/StarWarsDoctorAphra Dr. Aphra]]'' of the Franchise/StarWars comics is an AdventurerArchaeologist who happens to be a supporter of the Empire and a personal fan of Darth Vader, admiring their strength.ideals (or at least fears them enough to prefer being on their side).
23rd Jul '17 9:26:59 AM Hanz
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* ''Comicbook/DoctorAphra'' of the Franchise/StarWars comics is an AdventurerArchaeologist who happens to be a supporter of the Empire and a personal fan of Darth Vader, admiring their strength.

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* ''Comicbook/DoctorAphra'' ''[[Comicbook/StarWarsDoctorAphra Dr. Aphra]]'' of the Franchise/StarWars comics is an AdventurerArchaeologist who happens to be a supporter of the Empire and a personal fan of Darth Vader, admiring their strength.
31st May '17 8:26:46 PM nombretomado
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* Many rank and file Darkfriends are this in ''Literature/WheelOfTime''. They pledged themselves to the Dark One (usually out of greed or power lust) but they mostly serve as informers, messengers and sleeper agents. They are clearly unpleasant and bad persons but they don't usually do so much harm, at least until a powerful leader (for example a Forsaken) takes charge and actually makes them do something.

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* Many rank and file Darkfriends are this in ''Literature/WheelOfTime''.''Literature/TheWheelOfTime''. They pledged themselves to the Dark One (usually out of greed or power lust) but they mostly serve as informers, messengers and sleeper agents. They are clearly unpleasant and bad persons but they don't usually do so much harm, at least until a powerful leader (for example a Forsaken) takes charge and actually makes them do something.
25th May '17 7:04:50 PM Abodos
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* Dark Lord Ghirahim of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' performs rituals to summon the Imprisoned, hoping to resurrect his lord and serves him. [[spoiler: Ghirahim is in fact a LivingWeapon, his purpose is to literally serve Demise as a sword.]]

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
** The various monsters are an unintelligent variant, as they are occasionally stated to suddenly start increasing in number and ferocity whenever Ganon or some other villains are about to spread their dark works over Hyrule, such as in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild''.
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Dark Lord Ghirahim of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' performs rituals to summon the Imprisoned, hoping to resurrect his lord and serves him. [[spoiler: Ghirahim is in fact a LivingWeapon, his purpose is to literally serve Demise as a sword.]]
28th Jan '17 3:39:06 PM eroock
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->''Waiting to put on a black shirt.\\

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->''Waiting ->''"Waiting to put on a black shirt.\\



To strengthen the strain.''

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To strengthen the strain.''"''
14th Jan '17 2:39:23 AM KingClark
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* The cult of Kira in ''Manga/DeathNote'', [[spoiler:who actually appear in the manga ''after'' Kira's defeated.]]. Light also thought Matsuda was this. [[spoiler:Five bullets later, Light was no longer so sure.]]

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* The cult of Kira in ''Manga/DeathNote'', [[spoiler:who actually appear in the manga ''after'' Kira's defeated.]].defeated]]. Light also thought Matsuda was this. [[spoiler:Five bullets later, Light was no longer so sure.]]
10th Jan '17 5:31:10 PM TheUnknownUploader
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7th Jan '17 12:27:19 PM Odacon_Spy
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* JRPGs seem fond of this, especially those of the SNES era. If the villain is a leader who's openly belligerent, and you enter his hometown or base of operations, you can expect to find these spouting his praises and talking about how the day where he rises to power and kills all who oppose him is at hand.

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* JRPGs [=JRPGs=] seem fond of this, especially those of the SNES era. If the villain is a leader who's openly belligerent, and you enter his hometown or base of operations, you can expect to find these spouting his praises and talking about how the day where he rises to power and kills all who oppose him is at hand.
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