History Main / CreepyGood

1st Oct '17 6:27:47 PM LlamaAdventure
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** All Might, the BigGood of the series, who's drawn in heavy shadows with [[FaceFramedByShadow half his face obscured]], HiddenEyes and a gigantic perpetual grin that can make him look downright unsettling at first glance (and his more sickly civilian form barely even looks human.) None of this stops him from being widely beloved and accepted as a symbol of peace.

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** All Might, the BigGood of the series, who's drawn in heavy shadows with [[FaceFramedByShadow [[FaceFramedInShadow half his face obscured]], HiddenEyes and a gigantic perpetual grin that can make him look downright unsettling at first glance (and his more sickly civilian form barely even looks human.) None of this stops him from being widely beloved and accepted as a symbol of peace.
1st Oct '17 6:27:29 PM LlamaAdventure
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** All Might, the BigGood of the series, who's drawn in heavy shadows with [[FaceFramedByShadow half his face obscured]], HiddenEyes and a gigantic perpetual grin that can make him look downright unsettling at first glance (and his more sickly civilian form barely even looks human.) None of this stops him from being widely beloved and accepted as a symbol of peace.
28th Sep '17 12:55:06 PM Shadoboy
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** Garnet is eight feet tall, super strong, rarely shows emotion, and tends to disregard any sense of tact.

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** Garnet is eight feet tall, super strong, rarely shows emotion, and tends to disregard any sense of tact. And underneath her CoolShades she has three eyes.
28th Sep '17 12:53:16 PM Shadoboy
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** Zecora the Zebra is ostracized and feared by almost all of Ponyville, wears a face-concealing cloak that makes her eyes look like they glow, lives in the middle of the Everfree Forest (home to countless dangerous critters and plants, and host to strange supernatural phenomena) in a hut covered with grimacing masks and sinister knickknacks, and speaks in cryptic, eerie rhymes. In truth she is nothing but a good samaritan who is willing to make plenty of effort to help anypony out.

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** Zecora the Zebra is was ostracized and feared by almost all of Ponyville, wears a face-concealing cloak that makes her eyes look like they glow, lives in the middle of the Everfree Forest (home to countless dangerous critters and plants, and host to strange supernatural phenomena) in a hut covered with grimacing masks and sinister knickknacks, and speaks in cryptic, eerie rhymes. In truth When they decided to actually talk to her, they found out she is nothing but a good samaritan who is willing to make plenty of effort to help anypony out.
8th Sep '17 12:49:34 PM SeptimusHeap
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-->-- '''Franchise/{{Spider-Man}}''' about '''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}''', ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' [[note]]For reference, Wolverine was slashing up robot mooks while laughing maniacally... as the ship both forces were on crashed/exploded.[[/note]]

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-->-- '''Franchise/{{Spider-Man}}''' '''Franchise/SpiderMan''' about '''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}''', ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' [[note]]For reference, Wolverine was slashing up robot mooks while laughing maniacally... as the ship both forces were on crashed/exploded.[[/note]]
31st Aug '17 12:57:41 PM theknack101
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* Faust VIII from ''Manga/ShamanKing'' joins up with Yoh, TheProtagonist, despite him introducing himself by trying to vivisect Yoh's sidekick. He looks and acts depraved but is generally good-natured otherwise.

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* Good may be a stretch, but Faust VIII from ''Manga/ShamanKing'' joins remains on the side of good at least once he teams up with Yoh, TheProtagonist, despite him introducing himself by trying to vivisect Yoh for the tournament. He previously surgically cut open Yoh's sidekick. He looks friend Manta while the latter was still conscious, earning him no good will from either initially, but he eventually becomes a trusted member of the team and acts depraved but is generally good-natured otherwise.affable to those on his side.


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** Armin ends up being on of these. He is the one aside from Erwin to come up with rather ruthless plans as first resorts. And it's hard to forget his rather creepy speech to try to unnerve [[spoiler:Reiner and Bertholt who were trying to kidnap Erwin]], telling them about how they abandoned [[spoiler:Annie]] and how the military was torturing [[spoiler:her]] horribly with a rather creepy grin on his face. Even Erin seems disturbed by what he said.
18th Aug '17 10:35:25 AM Lopiny
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* ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'': The show's portrayal of Cegorach is as eerie and sinister as one would expect for the god of ScaryDogmaticAlien {{Monster Clown}}s that are feared even by the most vile and dangerous among those same aliens. And yet, all his acts so far have been on the side of good, or at least against the worst sides: Tricking the C'Tan into destroying most of their own, violently and decisively evicting [[EvilSorcerer Ahriman]] and his warband from the Black Library (after messing with them for a bit), and the most debatable act, which is planning to destroy the Flesh Eaters, is mostly an act of revenge for his followers' demise (and [[BerserkButton mockery]]) and pointed at one of the most psychotic loyalist warbands of the Imperium who often tear apart their own civilians. He even allows the Custodians to enter the Black Library, though fittingly for the trope not without scaring them to actual tears first. In a setting like Warhammer 40000's, he's one of the closest things there is to a good guy, but he is still an utter terror even if he's on your side.

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* ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'': The show's portrayal of Cegorach is as eerie and sinister as one would expect for the god of ScaryDogmaticAlien alien {{Monster Clown}}s that are feared even by the most vile and dangerous among those same aliens. And yet, all his acts so far have been on the side of good, or at least against the worst sides: Tricking the C'Tan into destroying most of their own, violently and decisively evicting [[EvilSorcerer Ahriman]] and his warband from the Black Library (after messing with them for a bit), and the most debatable act, which is planning to destroy the Flesh Eaters, is mostly an act of revenge for his followers' demise (and [[BerserkButton mockery]]) and pointed at one of the most psychotic loyalist warbands of the Imperium who often tear apart their own civilians. He even allows the Custodians to enter the Black Library, though fittingly for the trope not without scaring them to actual tears first. In a setting like Warhammer 40000's, he's one of the closest things there is to a good guy, but he is still an utter terror even if he's on your side.
18th Aug '17 10:34:59 AM Lopiny
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* ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'': The show's portrayal of Cegorach is as eerie and sinister as one would expect for the god of ScaryDogmaticAlien {{Monster Clown}}s that are feared even by the most vile and dangerous among those same aliens. And yet, all his acts so far have been on the side of good, or at least against the worst sides: Tricking the C'Tan into destroying most of their own, violently and decisively evicting [[EvilSorcerer Ahriman]] and his warband from the Black Library (after messing with them for a bit), and the most debatable act, which is planning to destroy the Flesh Eaters, is mostly an act of revenge for his followers' demise (and [[BerserkButton mockery]]) and pointed at one of the most psychotic loyalist warbands of the Imperium who often tear apart their own civilians. He even allows the Custodians to enter the Black Library, though fittingly for the trope not without scaring them to actual tears first. In a setting like Warhammer 40000's, he's one of the closest things there is to a good guy, but he is still an utter terror even if he's on your side.
16th Aug '17 10:10:12 AM SilentStranger
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* GrantMorrison's version of ''DoomPatrol'', as the team consists of Robotman, a cyborg with severe body dysphoria caused by the loss of his human body and the crude senses of his machine one, the Negative Man, a bizarre fusion of man, woman and a negative energy spirit, and Crazy Jane, a woman with severe multiple-personality disorder, each of whom has its own superpower. They deal with surreal and insane threats to the world, and are even called creepy by BoosterGold.



* Plague Doctors. They healed the plague, were some of the few decent people at that time... and happened to wear beak masks that were UncannyValley incarnate
* For that matter, surgeons and pathologists also qualify, as their job is to dissect and work with people's internal organs, among other things.

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* Plague Doctors. They healed the plague, plague (to the best of their abilities), were some of the few decent people at that time... and happened to wear beak masks that were UncannyValley incarnate
incarnate. This image was cultivated on purpose mind you, to prevent the doctors from being mobbed by desperate plague carriers. The mask also served a second purpose, the costume was a kind of primitive hazmat suit intended to protect the doctor from infection.
* For that matter, modern surgeons and pathologists also qualify, as their job is to dissect and work with people's internal organs, among other things.
17th Jul '17 9:02:22 PM narm00
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*** He was this since he was young. He was a CreepyChild with large ambition with pride issues, a massive and complex mutal hatred with James Potter and [[spoiler: friendship/ one-sided love with Lily Evans before she couldn't stand him anymore.]]

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*** He was this since he was young. He was a CreepyChild with large ambition with pride issues, a massive and complex mutal hatred with James Potter and [[spoiler: friendship/ one-sided friendship/one-sided love with Lily Evans before she couldn't stand him anymore.]]



* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': Abby, the series PerkyGoth especially when she takes a case as SeriousBusiness.

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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': Abby, the series PerkyGoth PerkyGoth, especially when she takes a case as SeriousBusiness.



*** Turlough was [[spoiler:alien political exile]] coerced into attempting to assassinate the Doctor, who the Doctor's other companion Tegan distrusted. Even [[spoiler:post-HeelFaceTurn]] he still comes off as secretive and offputting.

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*** Turlough was [[spoiler:alien [[spoiler:an alien political exile]] coerced into attempting to assassinate the Doctor, who the Doctor's other companion Tegan distrusted. Even [[spoiler:post-HeelFaceTurn]] he still comes off as secretive and offputting.
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