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19th Jun '16 5:23:17 PM Scrounge
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' had a mime for the MonsterOfTheWeek, with the standard YourMimeMakesItReal powers, referred to (in his transformed state) only as the Mime.
6th Jun '16 5:59:03 PM Andyroid
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' episode "The Heebie Jeebies", Wander and Sylvia explore a creepy forest in search of a weapon to defeat Lord Dominator, and Wander is tormented by a growing number of maniacally-grinning "phantom mimes".
6th Jun '16 4:24:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Franchise/{{Batman}}/SinCity crossover ''FanFic/ADarkKnightOverSinCity'' features a gang of "guys in mime makeup" led by the Joker.

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* The Franchise/{{Batman}}/SinCity Franchise/{{Batman}} / ComicBook/SinCity crossover ''FanFic/ADarkKnightOverSinCity'' features a gang of "guys in mime makeup" led by the Joker.
4th Jun '16 5:47:41 AM AgProv
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* Creator/AAPessimal's ''{{Discworld}}'' fic concerning civil war in the Fools' Guild, ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6093110/1/Clowning-is-a-Serious-Business Clowning Is A Serious Business]]'', strongly suggests one of the reasons why the Patrician does not allow mimes on the streets of Ankh-Morpork is because black-clad men, who have to be extremely physically supple and fit, are in fact a sort of ninja; the Fools' Guild's version of the silent, black-clad, Assassin. One Mime is captured having narrowly failed to do what the real Assassins have miserably failed in - breaching the security of Ramkin Manor and launching an attack on Sam Vimes. Lord Downey of the Assassins is not pleased and demands a chat with Doctor Whiteface on issues of professional demarcation...
23rd May '16 7:18:22 AM Prfnoff
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* In ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, there's an entire level filled with mimes. The small mime enemy attacks with jump kicks while the fat mime breathes fire.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' Stage 4-2 of ''VideoGame/{{Batman|Sunsoft}}'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, there's an entire level UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis is filled with mimes. The small mime enemy attacks with jump kicks kicks, while the fat mime breathes fire.



* Stage 4-2 of ''VideoGame/BatmanSunsoft'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis has Batman fighting mimes, including fire-breathing mimes.
11th May '16 3:35:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the first game of the [[BrokenSword ''Broken Sword'' series]], the principal antagonist for the majority of the game is the elusive ProfessionalKiller [[spoiler: and WellIntentionedExtremist bent on stopping the true Big Bads, a group of faux [[TheKnightsTemplar Knights Templar]], from ruling the world]], Khan. Khan is a MasterOfDisguise, and his first appearance in the Director's Cut fits this trope. Obviously subverted in that he's not actually a mime and talks later on.

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* In the first game of the [[BrokenSword ''Broken Sword'' series]], the principal antagonist for the majority of the game is the elusive ProfessionalKiller [[spoiler: and WellIntentionedExtremist bent on stopping the true Big Bads, a group of faux [[TheKnightsTemplar [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar Knights Templar]], from ruling the world]], Khan. Khan is a MasterOfDisguise, and his first appearance in the Director's Cut fits this trope. Obviously subverted in that he's not actually a mime and talks later on.
27th Apr '16 3:23:26 PM Anicomicgeek
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* There was a one-shot ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' villainness who was a mime who hated loud noises. That's about it.

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* There was a one-shot ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' villainness who was a mime who hated loud noises. That's about it. Likewise, Pierrot Lunaire of [[ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman the Club of Villains]] had a mime motif.
15th Apr '16 2:05:22 PM Willbyr
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* In ''YakitateJapan'', one of the final enemy [[CookingDuel bakers]] is a mime called Shadow. He is able to perfect mimic his boss's [[BigBad Kirisaki's]] baking techniques, which enable his bread to tie with Kazuma's bread.

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* In ''YakitateJapan'', ''Manga/YakitateJapan'', one of the final enemy [[CookingDuel bakers]] is a mime called Shadow. He is able to perfect mimic his boss's [[BigBad Kirisaki's]] baking techniques, which enable his bread to tie with Kazuma's bread.
6th Mar '16 2:22:14 PM DanaO
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* A story arc in ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' involved [[PunnyName "four-shadowed mimes"]] invading the kingdom. They first appeared as wandering monsters during April Fools' Day 2012, then invaded in full-force during late October 2012. Additionally, the mimes are internally classified as [[EldritchAbomination "horror"]] monster types.

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* A story arc in ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' involved [[PunnyName "four-shadowed mimes"]] invading the kingdom. kingdom as advance scouts for the Humorless Ones (who wouldn't send in the clowns: clowns make noise). They first appeared as wandering monsters during April Fools' Day 2012, then invaded in full-force during late October 2012.2012, and are supposedly still hiding out in the Kingdom waiting for further instructions. Additionally, the mimes are internally classified as [[EldritchAbomination "horror"]] monster types.
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."]]
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