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16th Jan '18 7:28:09 AM ChronoLegion
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** The crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' has several counterparts to Arrowverse characters from the Nazi dominated Earth-X -- the Fuhrer/Dark Arrow (Oliver Queen), Overgirl ([[Series/{{Supergirl2015}} Kara Danvers/Supergirl]]), and Prometheus (Tommy Merlyn).

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** The crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' has several counterparts to Arrowverse characters from the Nazi dominated Earth-X -- the Fuhrer/Dark Fuhrer/Black Arrow (Oliver Queen), Overgirl ([[Series/{{Supergirl2015}} Kara Danvers/Supergirl]]), and Prometheus (Tommy Merlyn).
Merlyn). ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay'' also shows us Blitzkrieg, who appears to be Earth-X's villainous version of Barry.
16th Jan '18 7:26:26 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'', of course, has the MirrorUniverse, with evil beards and everything. However, some of the characters are not at all evil, such as Mirror!Spock being no more evil than Prime!Spock, and others are outright ''good'' versions of their Prime counterparts, such as Brunt (ruthless Liquidator in the Prime universe and a kind assistant in the Mirror universe) and Voq (a racist Klingon in the Prime universe and the leader of a multi-species LaResistance in the Mirror universe). In ''[[Series/StarTrekDiscovery Discovery'', Sylvia Tilly and Michael Burnham have to impersonate their evil counterparts, both of whom are bloodthirsty ship captains. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:Burnham's late CO Philippa Georgiu's double is the Emperor]].

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'', of course, has the MirrorUniverse, with evil beards and everything. However, some of the characters are not at all evil, such as Mirror!Spock being no more evil than Prime!Spock, and others are outright ''good'' versions of their Prime counterparts, such as Brunt (ruthless Liquidator in the Prime universe and a kind assistant in the Mirror universe) and Voq (a racist Klingon in the Prime universe and the leader of a multi-species LaResistance in the Mirror universe). In ''[[Series/StarTrekDiscovery Discovery'', Discovery]]'', Sylvia Tilly and Michael Burnham have to impersonate their evil counterparts, both of whom are bloodthirsty ship captains. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:Burnham's late CO Philippa Georgiu's double is the Emperor]].
16th Jan '18 7:26:12 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'', of course, has the MirrorUniverse, with evil beards and everything. However, some of the characters are not at all evil, such as Mirror!Spock being no more evil than Prime!Spock, and others are outright ''good'' versions of their Prime counterparts, such as Brunt (ruthless Liquidator in the Prime universe and a kind assistant in the Mirror universe) and Voq (a racist Klingon in the Prime universe and the leader of a multi-species LaResistance in the Mirror universe).

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'', of course, has the MirrorUniverse, with evil beards and everything. However, some of the characters are not at all evil, such as Mirror!Spock being no more evil than Prime!Spock, and others are outright ''good'' versions of their Prime counterparts, such as Brunt (ruthless Liquidator in the Prime universe and a kind assistant in the Mirror universe) and Voq (a racist Klingon in the Prime universe and the leader of a multi-species LaResistance in the Mirror universe). In ''[[Series/StarTrekDiscovery Discovery'', Sylvia Tilly and Michael Burnham have to impersonate their evil counterparts, both of whom are bloodthirsty ship captains. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:Burnham's late CO Philippa Georgiu's double is the Emperor]].
16th Jan '18 6:50:12 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'', of course, has the MirrorUniverse, with evil beards and everything.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'', of course, has the MirrorUniverse, with evil beards and everything. However, some of the characters are not at all evil, such as Mirror!Spock being no more evil than Prime!Spock, and others are outright ''good'' versions of their Prime counterparts, such as Brunt (ruthless Liquidator in the Prime universe and a kind assistant in the Mirror universe) and Voq (a racist Klingon in the Prime universe and the leader of a multi-species LaResistance in the Mirror universe).
26th Dec '17 2:16:23 PM YapoolSeijin
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*[=GoNagurl=] from ''Anime/GoShogun'' complete with its own replicated bazooka. ''SuperRobotWars'' even gave it an imitation [=GoSaber=] called the [=NagurlSaber=].
10th Dec '17 6:41:37 PM ZimFan89
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* Several characters of ''Series/TheFlash2014'' have villain counterparts on Earth 2. This includes Cisco (Reverb), Caitlin (Killer Frost), Ronnie (Deathstorm), and Cisco's brother Dante (Rupture).

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* Several characters of ''Series/TheFlash2014'' have villain counterparts on Earth 2. This includes Cisco (Reverb), Caitlin (Killer Frost), Ronnie (Deathstorm), and Cisco's brother Dante (Rupture).
(Rupture). For the wider Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}, there's also Black Siren as this to [[Series/{{Arrow}} Laurel Lance]].
** The crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' has several counterparts to Arrowverse characters from the Nazi dominated Earth-X -- the Fuhrer/Dark Arrow (Oliver Queen), Overgirl ([[Series/{{Supergirl2015}} Kara Danvers/Supergirl]]), and Prometheus (Tommy Merlyn).
2nd Oct '17 11:13:37 AM GottaHaveFaith
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty": Evil Morty is, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the nickname implies]], an evil version of the second titular character and the infinite multiverse versions of him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty": ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': Evil Morty is, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the nickname implies]], an evil version of the second titular character and the infinite multiverse versions of him.
2nd Oct '17 11:13:23 AM GottaHaveFaith
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty": Evil Morty is, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the nickname implies]], an evil version of the second titular character and the infinite multiverse versions of him.
8th May '17 2:17:53 AM Nightmask
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* One storyarc in Exiles had Mimic meeting the ForWantOfANail version, whereas Exiles Mimic accepted Xavier's offer of friendship leading him to become a much respected hero his evil version chose to reject it by spitting in Xavier's face instead, ending up a mass murderer who killed both Xavier and Magneto among others. He's redeemed by the end of the arc though.
5th May '17 7:12:06 PM Prinzenick
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* In the UsefulNotes/{{NES}} [[VideoGame/FelixTheCat Felix the Cat video game]], the boss of world 5 is an evil copycat of Felix toting a hat and gun. He isn't given a name or explanation for where he came from—not even the manual mentions him.
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