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26th May '16 3:56:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* The evil hat, Doris, from ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'' could take over its wearers and produce similar effects.
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* The evil hat, Doris, from ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'' could take over its wearers and produce similar effects.
11th Apr '16 9:18:16 PM Dere
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** The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' storyline ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'s Secret ComicBook/SecretWars'' ultimately declares that the symboite's insanity was due to a partial bonding with Deadpool, who quickly tossed it off and worried he did something to it.

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** The Adding to the Snarl, the ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' storyline ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'s Secret ComicBook/SecretWars'' ultimately declares suggested the posibility that the symboite's symbiote's insanity was due to a partial bonding with Deadpool, who quickly tossed it off and worried he did something to it.
22nd Feb '16 7:29:08 PM foxley
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In "Recap/DoctorWhoS18E6TheKeeperOfTraken", Kassia is turned evil by the necklace the Melkur gives her.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In "Recap/DoctorWhoS18E6TheKeeperOfTraken", "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E6TheKeeperOfTraken The Keeper of Traken]]", Kassia is turned evil by the necklace the Melkur gives her.
22nd Feb '16 7:28:15 PM foxley
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In "Recap/DoctorWhoS18E6TheKeeperOfTraken", Kassia is turned evil by the necklace the Melkur gives her.
8th Jan '16 4:28:54 PM nombretomado
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** Comicbook/SpiderGirl muddied the waters by bringing back the Venom symbiote as evil and later having it go through a HeelFaceTurn, bonding momentarily with Spider-Girl and saving her life. Her father was highly dismayed by this, but as she said of the symbiote as it was executing a HeroicSacrifice - "She's grown. Matured. Evolved. She's an alien being who never wanted to come here. A symbiote creature whose first host rejected her - filling her with hate and resentment. Her second host twisted and used her. She became a vicious monster - until Normie Osborn welcomed her into his life. He taught her about friendship ... love ... and maybe even redemption." The symbiote in and of itself originally exhausted its host, but the "making the host evil" part [[LostInImitation started]] with ''SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''.

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** Comicbook/SpiderGirl muddied the waters by bringing back the Venom symbiote as evil and later having it go through a HeelFaceTurn, bonding momentarily with Spider-Girl and saving her life. Her father was highly dismayed by this, but as she said of the symbiote as it was executing a HeroicSacrifice - "She's grown. Matured. Evolved. She's an alien being who never wanted to come here. A symbiote creature whose first host rejected her - filling her with hate and resentment. Her second host twisted and used her. She became a vicious monster - until Normie Osborn welcomed her into his life. He taught her about friendship ... love ... and maybe even redemption." The symbiote in and of itself originally exhausted its host, but the "making the host evil" part [[LostInImitation started]] with ''SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''.''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''.
7th Jan '16 9:49:08 PM nombretomado
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** And in ''TheSpectacularSpiderMan,'' Doc Ock's FreakOut happens exactly the same way as in the movie.

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** And in ''TheSpectacularSpiderMan,'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan,'' Doc Ock's FreakOut happens exactly the same way as in the movie.
27th Nov '15 8:14:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* Comicbook/SpiderMan's black costume is sentient and aggressive, if not outright evil. It used to take his body walking and swinging around while he was unconscious, and its aggression in turn made Peter aggressive and darker. For that matter, this is true of most the spider-suit type symbiotes from the Marvel Universe. Venom is kind of an AntiHero, but the majority of symbiotes seem to generally bend toward what readers would consider evil.
** Toxin and Hybrid are good, as well as Scream, apparently.
*** Toxin had to be taught to be good.
**** Toxin is FIVE. Hybrid on the other hand had to stop his wearer from killing a few times.

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* Comicbook/SpiderMan's ''Comicbook/SpiderMan'':
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black costume that Spider-Man wore for a while is a sentient and aggressive, if not outright evil.evil, [[BondCreature symbiote creature]]. It used to take his body walking and swinging around while he was unconscious, and its aggression in turn made Peter aggressive and darker. For that matter, this is true of most the spider-suit type symbiotes from the Marvel Universe. Venom is kind of an AntiHero, but the majority of symbiotes seem to generally bend toward what readers would consider evil.
** Toxin and Hybrid are good, as well as Scream, apparently.
*** Toxin had to be taught to be good.
**** Toxin is FIVE. Hybrid on the other hand had to stop his wearer from killing a few times.
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*** Although Anti-Venom is a [[MeaningfulName very appropriate name]] for the new Eddie Brock, as not only does it possess healing powers, it has the power to dissolve and destroy the Venom symbiote.



** When it comes to things like that, it's best remembered that the Spider-Girl series is based on the main Marvel universe... ''at the time the series began''. The ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2'' universe and the main universe tend to stay out of each other's way after that.
** The upcoming Carnage miniseries (which brings the return of the psychotic symbiote with a new host), seems to imply that the symbiotes aren't naturally evil. The writer describes the symbiote as a kid being raised by a psycho (its first host Cletus Kasady), saying that had its first host had been some one not AxCrazy, the symbiote probably would have been good (see Toxin for example). They also explain that the Venom symbiote was already an Adult when it bonded with Peter, which is why it's more sadistic. This flies in the face of the ''Planet of the Symbiotes'' miniseries during ComicBook/TheCloneSaga. It also forgets about the fact that Carnage's original symbiote was destroyed years ago and the last one he wore was from the Negative Zone.
**** In short, there's a huge ContinuitySnarl with the symbiotes.
*** Ultimately, ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' explained everything: [[spoiler:the symbiotes, the Klyntar, were created to seek out hosts to make them noble warriors. Those chosen with a poor balance of physical and psychological traits tend to bleed into the symbiote, changing their personalities for the worse. The Venom symbiote had been driven insane by its time on Earth, but was cured of its insanity when its current host, Flash Thompson, returned it to its homeworld and it was "reset". As thanks, it permanently bonded with Flash.]]

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** When it comes to things like that, it's best remembered that the Spider-Girl series is based on the main Marvel universe... ''at the time the series began''. The ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2'' universe and the main universe tend to stay out of each other's way after that.
** The upcoming Carnage miniseries (which brings the return of the psychotic symbiote with a new host), seems to imply that the symbiotes aren't naturally evil. The writer describes the symbiote as a kid being raised by a psycho (its first host Cletus Kasady), saying that had its first host had been some one not AxCrazy, the symbiote probably would have been good (see Toxin for example). They also explain that the Venom symbiote was already an Adult when it bonded with Peter, which is why it's more sadistic. This flies in the face of the ''Planet of the Symbiotes'' miniseries during ComicBook/TheCloneSaga. It also forgets about the fact that Carnage's original symbiote was destroyed years ago and the last one he wore was from the Negative Zone.
**** In short, there's a huge ContinuitySnarl with the symbiotes.
*** Ultimately, ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' explained everything: [[spoiler:the symbiotes, the Klyntar, were created to seek out hosts to make them noble warriors. Those chosen with a poor balance of physical and psychological traits tend to bleed into the symbiote, changing their personalities for the worse. The Venom symbiote had been driven insane by its time on Earth, but was cured of its insanity when its current host, Flash Thompson, returned it to its homeworld and it was "reset". As thanks, it permanently bonded with Flash.]]
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5th Nov '15 12:35:02 PM hamza678
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* The mother of [[ElTigreTheAdventuresOfMannyRivera Manny Rivera]] is recovering from an addiction to a pair of gloves she wore as the superheroine Plata Peligrosa, that turned her into an action junkie.

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* The mother of [[ElTigreTheAdventuresOfMannyRivera of Manny Rivera]] Rivera, the protagonist of ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre'', is recovering from an addiction to a pair of gloves she wore as the superheroine Plata Peligrosa, that turned her into an action junkie.
3rd Sep '15 8:43:41 PM Blazer
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** The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' storyline ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'s Secret ComicBook/SecretWars'' ultimately declares that the symboite's insanity was due to a partial bonding with Deadpool, who quickly tossed it off and worried he did something to it.
25th Aug '15 11:36:48 PM foxley
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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985'': In "Dead Woman's Shoes", a shy woman tries on a pair of high heels at a thrift store that make her assertive, self-confident-—and send her on a murderous mission.
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