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25th Jun '16 2:19:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* Dr. Claw once created an army of ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' clones. Another episode had a M.A.D. Agent create a crude robotic duplicate of Gadget to frame him for crimes. The spinoff series WesternAnimation/GadgetBoyAndHeather also had one episode where [[BigBad Spydra]] created a copy of Gadget Boy named Bad Gadget Boy. Even GadgetAndTheGadgetinis was not immune to this trope, having an evil clone of Gadget in one episode and a disguised M.A.D. Agent in another.

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* Dr. Claw once created an army of ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' clones. Another episode had a M.A.D. Agent create a crude robotic duplicate of Gadget to frame him for crimes. The spinoff series WesternAnimation/GadgetBoyAndHeather also had one episode where [[BigBad Spydra]] created a copy of Gadget Boy named Bad Gadget Boy. Even GadgetAndTheGadgetinis WesternAnimation/GadgetAndTheGadgetinis was not immune to this trope, having an evil clone of Gadget in one episode and a disguised M.A.D. Agent in another.
23rd Jun '16 5:56:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* Dr. Claw once created an army of ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' clones. Another episode had a M.A.D. Agent create a crude robotic duplicate of Gadget to frame him for crimes. The spinoff series GadgetBoyAndHeather also had one episode where [[BigBad Spydra]] created a copy of Gadget Boy named Bad Gadget Boy. Even GadgetAndTheGadgetinis was not immune to this trope, having an evil clone of Gadget in one episode and a disguised M.A.D. Agent in another.

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* Dr. Claw once created an army of ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' clones. Another episode had a M.A.D. Agent create a crude robotic duplicate of Gadget to frame him for crimes. The spinoff series GadgetBoyAndHeather WesternAnimation/GadgetBoyAndHeather also had one episode where [[BigBad Spydra]] created a copy of Gadget Boy named Bad Gadget Boy. Even GadgetAndTheGadgetinis was not immune to this trope, having an evil clone of Gadget in one episode and a disguised M.A.D. Agent in another.
16th Jun '16 6:24:24 PM M84
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* Stinger is a red copy of Bumblebee in ''Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction'', made by Kinetic Solutions Incorporated (KSI) as an attempt at producing military-controlled Autobots. Unsurprisingly, he sides with [[spoiler: Galvatron]]. KSI's marketing claims that he is "Inspired by Bumblebee, but better in every way!", which incenses the real Bumblebee.

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* Stinger is a red copy of Bumblebee in ''Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction'', made by Kinetic Solutions Incorporated (KSI) as an attempt at producing military-controlled Autobots. Unsurprisingly, he sides with [[spoiler: Galvatron]]. KSI's marketing claims that he is "Inspired by Bumblebee, but better in every way!", which incenses the real Bumblebee. [[spoiler:Galvatron]] was an attempt to copy Optimus Prime, but [[spoiler:due to Galvatron being possessed by Megatron]] KSI could only mimic Optimus' vehicle mode.
22nd May '16 8:00:40 AM damus2300
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* One of the enemies in ''VideoGame/{{Jackal}}'' is an evil version of the player's Jeep. It's colored grey and moves a lot faster but only has slow potato masher grenades as it's weapon.
* In the last ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor Underground'' bonus mission, the player assembles the Panzerknacker which is a robot soldier. The rest of the mission has the two of you facing down mass produced Nazi Panzerknackers.
19th May '16 9:38:22 AM Doug86
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** And again, in ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' #520, Hydra reveals four Avengers knockoffs, using special gear to simulate their powers: The Hammer, with his electricity-manipulating hammer, as a counterpart of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]; Karl, a man in powered armor styled after ComicBook/IronMan (who refuses to call himself by his assigned codename, Tactical Force); The Militant, basically a terrorist version of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica; and Bowman, a counterpart to the (then-deceased) ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}.

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** And again, in ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' #520, Hydra reveals four Avengers knockoffs, using special gear to simulate their powers: The Hammer, with his electricity-manipulating hammer, as a counterpart of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]; Karl, a man in powered armor styled after ComicBook/IronMan (who refuses to call himself by his assigned codename, Tactical Force); The Militant, basically a terrorist version of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica; and Bowman, a counterpart to the (then-deceased) ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}.
9th May '16 12:26:20 AM Rakurai
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* In ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror'', Dark Mind captures Meta Knight and creates a copy of him called Dark Meta Knight who is sent to attack Kirby. Dark Meta Knight is disguised as the real one for most of the game until the true Meta Knight reveals that he is an imposter. Dark Meta Knight shows up again in ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'' during King Dedede's campaign.

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* In ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror'', Dark Mind captures Meta Knight and creates a copy of him called Dark Meta Knight who is sent to attack Kirby. Dark Meta Knight is disguised as the real one for most of the game until the true Meta Knight reveals that he is an imposter.
** In ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'', King Dedede ends up facing a mirror copy of his own, [[spoiler: who turns out to have been made by the aforementioned
Dark Meta Knight shows up again in ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'' during King Dedede's campaign.Knight]].
** ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'' has yet another evil knock-off, this time [[spoiler: an unstable genetic clone of Dedede]] made by the Haltmann Works Company to eliminate Kirby. It's more or less a blob of biomass capable of taking his shape and eventually splits into three smaller clones once it's taken enough abuse.
3rd May '16 5:46:36 PM WillKeaton
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* The Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse, specifically Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy, has [[MyNaymeIs Luuke]] Skywalker, an evil clone of Luke made from the hand he lost at Cloud City and wielding the same lightsaber. He was indeed mindless, and designed that way, as an extension of his master's will. Also, one of the main villains of this arc also proved to be a clone of a character we'd meet much later in [[OutboundFlight a novel]] set during the prequel series, although ''he'' was very, ''[[InTheBlood very]]'' like the original. [[spoiler:Zahn originally wanted to make this character a clone of Obi-Wan Kenobi, but ExecutiveMeddling torpedoed it]].

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* The Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse, ''StarWars'' [[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], specifically Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy, has [[MyNaymeIs Luuke]] Skywalker, an evil clone of Luke made from the hand he lost at Cloud City and wielding the same lightsaber. He was indeed mindless, and designed that way, as an extension of his master's will. Also, one of the main villains of this arc also proved to be a clone of a character we'd meet much later in [[OutboundFlight a novel]] set during the prequel series, although ''he'' was very, ''[[InTheBlood very]]'' like the original. [[spoiler:Zahn originally wanted to make this character a clone of Obi-Wan Kenobi, but ExecutiveMeddling torpedoed it]].
25th Apr '16 11:52:02 AM Quanyails
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** In the Transformers franchise, the evil Doppelgänger concept first appeared as a remote-controlled (by Megatron) duplicate of Optimus Prime in ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' episode "A Prime Problem", while the more modern [[MerchandiseDrive "evil black repaint"]] incarnation started in ''Anime/BeastWarsII'' with Black Lio Convoy.

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** In the Transformers franchise, the evil Doppelgänger concept first appeared as a remote-controlled (by Megatron) duplicate of Optimus Prime in ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' episode "A Prime Problem", while the more modern [[MerchandiseDrive [[MerchandiseDriven "evil black repaint"]] incarnation started in ''Anime/BeastWarsII'' with Black Lio Convoy.
25th Apr '16 11:51:18 AM Quanyails
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** He is then defeated. Awesomely. Seriously, you have to see this.
*** [[spoiler: [[SheatheYourSword It isn't in a fight.]]]]
25th Apr '16 11:50:06 AM Quanyails
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* The Chaotic Blade of Doom from ''VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds'' is a Chaos Knockoff to Necrotic Blade of Doom and the Necrotic Blade of Doom is evil to begin with.

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* The Chaotic Blade of Doom from ''VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds'' is a Chaos Knockoff to Necrotic Blade of Doom Doom, and the Necrotic Blade of Doom is evil to begin with.
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