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1st Dec '15 4:01:06 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''GarfieldAndFriends'' that aired late in the series's run had Garfield, Jon, and Odie visit a carnival. An AmbiguouslyJewish fortune-teller at the carnival places a curse on Garfield, turning him into a werewolf. (Yes, a cat being turned into a wolf. [[SomewhereAMammalogistIsCrying Don't think about it too hard.]]) Once the curse wears off, Garfield gets his hands on the spell book and decides to teach the actress a lesson. When the actress sees which curse Garfield has selected for her, she screams [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment "No! Not that! Anything but that!"]] and tries to run away. But before she can escape, Garfield recites the chant....and turns her into a mime. Some passersby show up and see the woman, scream "A mime!" and run off in terror. Garfield then turns to Jon and Odie and shrugs, saying: [[TakeThat "There are worse things in this world than wolf-creatures, you know."]]
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* An episode of ''GarfieldAndFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' that aired late in the series's run had Garfield, Jon, and Odie visit a carnival. An AmbiguouslyJewish fortune-teller at the carnival places a curse on Garfield, turning him into a werewolf. (Yes, a cat being turned into a wolf. [[SomewhereAMammalogistIsCrying Don't think about it too hard.]]) Once the curse wears off, Garfield gets his hands on the spell book and decides to teach the actress a lesson. When the actress sees which curse Garfield has selected for her, she screams [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment "No! Not that! Anything but that!"]] and tries to run away. But before she can escape, Garfield recites the chant....and turns her into a mime. Some passersby show up and see the woman, scream "A mime!" and run off in terror. Garfield then turns to Jon and Odie and shrugs, saying: [[TakeThat "There are worse things in this world than wolf-creatures, you know."]]
29th Nov '15 5:58:53 PM nombretomado
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* Stage 4-2 of ''VideoGame/BatmanSunsoft'' for the SegaGenesis has Batman fighting mimes, including fire-breathing mimes.
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* Stage 4-2 of ''VideoGame/BatmanSunsoft'' for the SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis has Batman fighting mimes, including fire-breathing mimes.
29th Nov '15 5:58:43 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' for the SegaGenesis, there's an entire level filled with mimes. The small mime enemy attacks with jump kicks while the fat mime breathes fire. * In the third mission of the ''SaintsRow2'' DLC Pack "Corporate Warfare", after you kill a Mime (which gratitously [[MadeOfExplodium explodes when you kill him]]), a limousine appears with an army of angry mimes bent on revenge.
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* In ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' for the SegaGenesis, UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, there's an entire level filled with mimes. The small mime enemy attacks with jump kicks while the fat mime breathes fire. * In the third mission of the ''SaintsRow2'' ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2'' DLC Pack "Corporate Warfare", after you kill a Mime (which gratitously [[MadeOfExplodium explodes when you kill him]]), a limousine appears with an army of angry mimes bent on revenge.
15th Nov '15 6:37:14 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''{{Rugrats}}: AllGrownUp'' had a ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''-esque card game, which featured a monster called The Atomic Mime.
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* An episode of ''{{Rugrats}}: AllGrownUp'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}: WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' had a ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''-esque card game, which featured a monster called The Atomic Mime.
8th Nov '15 9:52:35 PM 10-13-2
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* In the novel ''WhiteTeeth'' there's a couple of mentions of a mime-like weirdo (whom the characters never actually meet) named "Mr. White Face" (actually an Indian immigrant wearing white greasepaint and blue lipstick) who stalks the streets of North London, creepily staring at people (and angrily swearing at anyone who dares to stare back). He's actually one of several eccentric street people around that area of the city who enjoy creeping people out. The book paints them as JerkassWoobie characters who are either beaten down by life, insane, or mentally retarded.
2nd Nov '15 2:01:15 PM CL
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* One of these was the antagonist, and later protagonist, of the ''Series/FreddysNightmares'' episode "Silence is Golden".
18th Oct '15 1:06:22 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''ThePowerPuffGirls'', there is [[NonIronicClown a clown who is genuinely good and just entertaining a child at his party]]. When he gets hit by a tidal wave of bleach, he goes crazy and turns into Mr. Mime ([[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} no relation]]) who tries to silence the whole town and drain its color. When the girls restore the clown back to his normal, innocent self, he's [[DisproportionateRetribution beaten to a pulp and put in jail anyway]]. Even ''[[InteractiveNarrator the Narrator]]'' approved of this.
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* In an episode of ''ThePowerPuffGirls'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerPuffGirls'', there is [[NonIronicClown a clown who is genuinely good and just entertaining a child at his party]]. When he gets hit by a tidal wave of bleach, he goes crazy and turns into Mr. Mime ([[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} no relation]]) who tries to silence the whole town and drain its color. When the girls restore the clown back to his normal, innocent self, he's [[DisproportionateRetribution beaten to a pulp and put in jail anyway]]. Even ''[[InteractiveNarrator the Narrator]]'' approved of this.
8th Oct '15 10:18:10 AM Prfnoff
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* In ''Film/{{Batman}}'', when the Joker assassinates Ricorso in broad daylight, his [[{{Mooks}} goons]] first show up dressed as mimes (presumably so they don't appear overtly dangerous to the cops, the press, or the gangsters) and then spray machine gun fire over a crowd to cover his escape. The Joker himself is wearing [[SharpDressedMan a dandyish suit and top hat]], and has also applied a little lipstick (not too much, since his lips are red naturally) to appear more mime-like. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment The mime disguises are never used again.]] ** This could be a Jokerish twist on the St. Valentine's Day Massacre of 1929, where (supposedly) members of Chicago's South Side gang got close enough to assassinate their North Side rivals by disguising themselves as police officers.
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* In ''Film/{{Batman}}'', when the Joker assassinates Ricorso in broad daylight, his [[{{Mooks}} goons]] first show up dressed disguised as street mimes (presumably so they don't appear overtly dangerous to the cops, the press, or the gangsters) and then spray machine gun fire over a crowd to cover his escape. The Joker himself is wearing [[SharpDressedMan a dandyish suit and top hat]], and has also applied a little lipstick (not too much, since his lips are red naturally) to appear more mime-like. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment The mime disguises are never used again.]] ** This could be a Jokerish twist on the St. Valentine's Day Massacre of 1929, where (supposedly) members of Chicago's South Side gang got close enough to assassinate their North Side rivals by disguising themselves as police officers.
17th Sep '15 10:31:15 AM StFan
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* For a brief period during the nineties, there was a gang of villainous mimes that made several appearances in the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' titles. They were defeated, at least once, when Spidey [[spoiler:webbed several large sheets of glass into an invisible box around them.]] As seen [[http://community.livejournal.com/scans_daily/6384522.html here!]] ** They made a return to battle {{Deadpool}}. Who.. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Mime shot them]]. * The French comic book series ''DeCapeEtDeCrocs'' plays with this: the bad guy's foot soldiers are mute mime tribesmen from the Moon (seriously). Their abilities include swordfighting, artistic death and [[http://greenfieldluver.free.fr/never_trust_a_mime.jpg distracting people with the power of mime]].
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* For a brief period during the nineties, there was a gang of villainous mimes that made several appearances in the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' titles. They were defeated, at least once, when Spidey [[spoiler:webbed several large sheets of glass into an invisible box around them.]] As seen [[http://community.livejournal.com/scans_daily/6384522.html here!]] ** here!]] They made a return to battle {{Deadpool}}. Who..ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}. Who... [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Mime shot them]]. * The French comic book series ''DeCapeEtDeCrocs'' ''ComicBook/DeCapeEtDeCrocs'' plays with this: the bad guy's foot soldiers are mute mime tribesmen from the Moon (seriously). Their abilities include swordfighting, artistic death and [[http://greenfieldluver.free.fr/never_trust_a_mime.jpg distracting people with the power of mime]].

* One ''Comicbook/{{Deadpool}}'' short had him fighting a bunch of mimes in full mime costume who had just stolen a device that allowed their mimed weapons to actually work. (Like a lot of Deadpool stories, it didn't make much sense, and [[RuleOfFunny didn't have to]].)
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* One ''Comicbook/{{Deadpool}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'' short had him fighting a bunch of mimes in full mime costume who had just stolen a device that allowed their mimed weapons to actually work. (Like a lot of Deadpool stories, it didn't make much sense, and [[RuleOfFunny didn't have to]].)
6th Sep '15 10:58:44 PM erforce
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* For a brief period during the nineties, there was a gang of villainous mimes that made several appearances in the ''{{Spider-Man}}'' titles. They were defeated, at least once, when Spidey [[spoiler:webbed several large sheets of glass into an invisible box around them.]] As seen [[http://community.livejournal.com/scans_daily/6384522.html here!]]
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* For a brief period during the nineties, there was a gang of villainous mimes that made several appearances in the ''{{Spider-Man}}'' ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' titles. They were defeated, at least once, when Spidey [[spoiler:webbed several large sheets of glass into an invisible box around them.]] As seen [[http://community.livejournal.com/scans_daily/6384522.html here!]]

* Aside from being one of the good guys, The Mime from the comic book ''MisterBlank'' fits this trope to a T. * There was a one-shot Franchise/{{Batman}} villainness who was a mime. That's about it.
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* Aside from being one of the good guys, The Mime from the comic book ''MisterBlank'' ''Comicbook/MisterBlank'' fits this trope to a T. * There was a one-shot Franchise/{{Batman}} ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' villainness who was a mime.mime who hated loud noises. That's about it.

* One ''{{Deadpool}}'' short had him fighting a bunch of mimes in full mime costume who had just stolen a device that allowed their mimed weapons to actually work. (Like a lot of Deadpool stories, it didn't make much sense, and [[RuleOfFunny didn't have to]].) * The mime in [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1994&addr=940501 this]] ''{{Garfield}}'' strip ''probably'' isn't evil, but he ''obviously'' doesn't like it when people hit on his girlfriend, as Jon found out the hard way. (If he is a good man, it's clearly a case of GoodIsNotNice.)
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* One ''{{Deadpool}}'' ''Comicbook/{{Deadpool}}'' short had him fighting a bunch of mimes in full mime costume who had just stolen a device that allowed their mimed weapons to actually work. (Like a lot of Deadpool stories, it didn't make much sense, and [[RuleOfFunny didn't have to]].) * The mime in [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1994&addr=940501 this]] ''{{Garfield}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip ''probably'' isn't evil, but he ''obviously'' doesn't like it when people hit on his girlfriend, as Jon found out the hard way. (If he is a good man, it's clearly a case of GoodIsNotNice.)
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