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15th Feb '18 11:50:23 AM smasll_lordvoice
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* Commander Bubba of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qbt1h_XBRgU&index=2&list=PL9fGHMcRLx6gU9ZLieogw3HJTU9C53HAA Ben McYellow videos]] comes across as a [[ParodiedTrope parody]] of these, he wears a black CoolMask, fights with a large broadsword, speaks in a deep voice and commands an army of GasMaskMooks - but the rest of his costume is [[CheapCostume just regular clothes]] and he's shown to be something of an incompetent moron.
9th Feb '18 2:26:21 PM dekared_fire
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* Alma from ''Anime/JewelpetTwinkle'' is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from [[spoiler:her twin brother]] thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to [[spoiler:revive her mother]]. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.

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* Alma from ''Anime/JewelpetTwinkle'' is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from [[spoiler:her twin brother]] thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to [[spoiler:revive her mother]]. For a good chuck chunk of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.
7th Feb '18 10:44:33 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* ComicBook/DoctorDoom, designed by Creator/JackKirby, may appear to be this, but [[OlderThanTheyThink predates Vader by over a decade]], and in fact Vader was partly based on him. {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, created by Kirby for his ''Comicbook/NewGods'' book, also preceded Vader and had both thematic and visual similarities in common with him. Ironically this is the first reverse of the role with Darkseid as BigBad and not TheDragon while Desaad has more in common with Palpitine but is TheDragon and not the BigBad just like the Darth Krayt and Darth Wyyrlok example bellow.

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* ComicBook/DoctorDoom, designed by Creator/JackKirby, may appear to be this, but [[OlderThanTheyThink predates Vader by over a decade]], and in fact Vader was partly based on him. {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, created by Kirby for his ''Comicbook/NewGods'' book, also preceded Vader and had both thematic and visual similarities in common with him. Ironically this is the first reverse of the role with Darkseid as BigBad and not TheDragon while Desaad has more in common with Palpitine Palpatine but is TheDragon and not the BigBad just like the Darth Krayt and Darth Wyyrlok example bellow.below.
* [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Bucky Barnes a.k.a. the Winter Soldier]] is a fairly textbook example prior to his HeelFaceTurn, particularly in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', where his DominoMask is swapped out for a pair of opaque goggles and a cyclist's mask that covers the lower half of his face. He's a ridiculously dangerous cyborg and widely feared (for excellent reason), he's TheHeavy for a less physically imposing villain, and he's got a close personal connection with the hero. Thereafter, he's still got all the skills and danger factor - when he's temporarily reverted to his Winter Soldier self, it takes both Hawkeye and Wolverine to bring him in, with Wolverine noting that he'd forgotten "how good he [Barnes] was when he was bad."


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* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' has the canonical example of the Winter Soldier, with both the danger factor and the comparisons dialled UpToEleven.
** The sequel, ''Ghosts of the Past'', has the Red Son, who was explicitly designed to be the successor to the Winter Soldier, and therefore hits many of the same beats.
6th Feb '18 7:00:25 PM Gamermaster
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** And yet another in TwilightPrincess with the Hero's Shade: [[LargeAndInCharge tall]], [[TinTyrant metal armor]], VaderBreath, MasterSwordsman, and is somewhat related to the protagonist ([[spoiler: being the Link from ''VideoGame/OcarinaOfTime'']])... except [[DarkIsNotEvil he's a good guy]].

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** And yet another in TwilightPrincess with the Hero's Shade: [[LargeAndInCharge tall]], [[TinTyrant metal armor]], VaderBreath, MasterSwordsman, and is somewhat related to the protagonist ([[spoiler: being ([[spoiler:being the Link from ''VideoGame/OcarinaOfTime'']])... except [[DarkIsNotEvil he's a good guy]].
4th Feb '18 12:25:53 PM dekared_fire
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* Alma from Anime/JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from [[spoiler:her twin brother]] thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to [[spoiler:revive her mother]]. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.

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* Alma from Anime/JewelpetTwinkle ''Anime/JewelpetTwinkle'' is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from [[spoiler:her twin brother]] thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to [[spoiler:revive her mother]]. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.
4th Feb '18 5:49:36 AM gb00393
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* Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane becomes this in ''Series/GameOfThrones'' after his resurrection. Already an impossibly tall, muscular and horrifying BlackKnight, he almost permanently wears his armor with full helmet (which is superficially the same shape as Vader's), serves as TheDragon to Cersei, and has VaderBreath.

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* Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane becomes this in ''Series/GameOfThrones'' after his resurrection. Already an impossibly tall, muscular and horrifying BlackKnight, he almost permanently wears his dark armor and cape with full dark helmet (which is superficially the same shape as Vader's), serves as TheDragon to evil ruler Cersei, and has VaderBreath.
30th Jan '18 4:42:30 PM dekared_fire
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* Alma from Anime/JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from [[spoiler:her twin brother]] thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to revive her mother. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.

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* Alma from Anime/JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from [[spoiler:her twin brother]] thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to revive [[spoiler:revive her mother.mother]]. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.
30th Jan '18 4:37:39 PM dekared_fire
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* Alma from Anime/JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from her brother thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to revive her mother. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black men outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.

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* Alma from Anime/JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from her brother [[spoiler:her twin brother]] thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to revive her mother. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black men outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.
30th Jan '18 4:32:55 PM dekared_fire
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* Alma from JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from her brother thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to revive her mother. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black men outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.

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* Alma from JewelpetTwinkle Anime/JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from her brother thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to revive her mother. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black men outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.
30th Jan '18 4:31:45 PM dekared_fire
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* Alma from JewelpetTwinkle is interesting example as not only she is among rare female example of this trope, she has both Prequel-Trilogy and Original-Trilogy aspects of Anakin/Vader. She was born as the greatest magic user, with magic potential never seen before in Jewelland. Losing her mother at early age, and separation from her brother thereafter leads to her embracing the "Dark Side". Like Prequel Anakin, she is impulsive, always insisting that she can do everything herself, and narrow-minded in her attempt to revive her mother. For good chuck of the series, she hides behind the "mask" of [[spoiler:her brother lookalike face]], dressed in all-black men outfit, and speak in rather intimidating tone. Her appearances are almost always make the situation [[KnightOfCerebus more tense than usual]]. To make similiarities more apparent, despite of her extreme magical power, she's still nothing more than pawn of greater evil.
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