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14th Dec '17 8:14:57 PM MagnusForce
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* The ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' likes this trope.
** The shapeshifting Alien Zarab is the most iconic of these {{Evil Knockoff}}s, having debuted in the original ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'', where he turned himself into a lookalike of Ultraman to destroy Japan and battle the hero.
** In one of the last episodes of ''Series/UltraSeven'', aliens called the Salome created a robot duplicate of Ultraseven to conquer Earth. The aliens also appear in the special ''Franchise/UltramanZero vs Darklops Zero'' with more Robot Ultramen, as well as a doppelganger of occasional Ultraman ally [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Gomora]] called Mecha-Gomora.
** Series/UltramanAce foe Ace Killer resembles a demonic Ultraman and was created by [[BigBad Yapool]] for the specific purpose of destroying the hero by using the powers of the Ultramen. Ace Killer also appears in a few other series with new powers for any new heroes it is meant to destroy.
** Alien Babalou from ''Series/UltramanLeo'' is another shapeshifting alien who, like Zarab, uses his powers to sow discord amongst Ultramen and humans. However, if his disguise is revealed he can still put up a strong fight.
** Evil is a bit of a strong word for [[AntiHero this guy]], but in Episode of 31 of ''Series/UltramanDyna'', the alien brawler Gregorl-Man comes to Earth in hopes of getting the opportunity to battle Ultraman Dyna, and does so by transforming himself into a lookalike of the hero. However, fina opponent Zelganoid can definitely be considered evil, being the result of the [[BigBad Sphires]] taking over the body of a robot duplicate of Dyna built as a replacement by humans.
** Algyuros from ''Series/UltramanGaia'' is a [[SiliconBasedLife Silicon-Based]]{{Shapeshifter}} that normally resembles a mass of liquid metal. However to battle AntiHero Ultraman Agul, it transforms itself into a replica of Agul. Later on, corrupted supercomputer Meemos transforms itself into a lookalike of Ultraman Gaia by using data on the hero.
** In ''Series/UltramanCosmos'', the BigBad Chaos creates Chaos Ultraman to battle the title hero. Episode 23 also featured a {{kaiju}} named Gelworm that transforms itself into a Cosmos lookalike when it manages to absorb some of Cosmos' DNA.
** ''Series/UltramanNexus'' BigBad Dark Zagi was created by the aliens known only as the Visitors as their protector in imitation of Ultraman Nexus. Unfortunately, he went rogue and created the [[{{Kaiju}} Space Beasts]], using them to destroy his creators and then invade Earth, kickstarting the series.
15th Nov '17 2:11:43 AM CaptainTedium
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* Lawrence Limburger and Karbunkle once created evil copies of the ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars''.

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* The title characters of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' occasionally dealt with evil copies of themselves.
** In "Verminator", Vinnie's attempt to manipulate Dr. Karbunkle into making a replacement robot arm for Modo (who recently got his old one damaged because of a LifeOrLimbDecision) ends up inadvertently inspiring Dr. Karbunkle and
Lawrence Limburger to create a robot duplicate of Vinnie known as the Verminator who is powered by Vinnie's brainwaves. To make things even more difficult for Modo and Throttle, Karbunkle once created made it so that any damage dealt to the Verminator would also affect Vinnie.
** In "So Life Like", after failing to kill the Biker Mice by using Karbunkle's latest invention to bring comic strip and cartoon villains to life, Limburger gets the idea to instead create
evil copies of the ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars''.Biker Mice from drawings made by his goon Greasepit.
** "Cycle Centaurs" had Dr. Karbunkle use DNA samples of the Biker Mice as well as scrapings from their bikes to create the Cycletaurs, who curiously didn't look anything like the Biker Mice, but were a trio of humanoid rodents on motorcycles just the same.
14th Nov '17 9:02:57 PM quackytrope
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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses to be it's host, is usually this to Spider-Man. Especially Eddie Brock and, to a lesser extent, Mac Gargan. [[note]] Norman Osborn even picks the Gargan incarnation to be Spider-Man on [[ComicBook/DarkReign his team of Avengers]].
14th Nov '17 6:15:46 PM quackytrope
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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man. Especially Eddie Brock and, to a lesser extent, Mac Gargan.

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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as to be it's host host, is a more traditional example of usually this to Spider-Man. Especially Eddie Brock and, to a lesser extent, Mac Gargan. [[note]] Norman Osborn even picks the Gargan incarnation to be Spider-Man on [[ComicBook/DarkReign his team of Avengers]].
14th Nov '17 6:11:30 PM quackytrope
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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man. Especially Eddit Brock and, to a lesser extent, Mac Gargan.

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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man. Especially Eddit Eddie Brock and, to a lesser extent, Mac Gargan.
14th Nov '17 6:10:21 PM quackytrope
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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host [[note]] especially Eddie Brock and Mac Gargan is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man.

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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host [[note]] especially Eddie Brock and Mac Gargan is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man.Spider-Man. Especially Eddit Brock and, to a lesser extent, Mac Gargan.
14th Nov '17 6:07:45 PM quackytrope
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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host [[note]] especially Eddie Brock and Mac Gargan [[note]] is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man.

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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host [[note]] especially Eddie Brock and Mac Gargan [[note]] is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man.
14th Nov '17 6:07:04 PM quackytrope
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** The ComicBook/{{Venom}} Symbiote, and whoever it chooses as it's host [[note]] especially Eddie Brock and Mac Gargan [[note]] is a more traditional example of this to Spider-Man.
9th Nov '17 11:31:24 AM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'': In the TV movie "Fairy Idol", [[JackassGenie Norm]] creates a clone of Timmy under the pretense that the clone can spend time with Cosmo and Wanda while the real one can have the day to himself. This turns out to be step #1 of Norm's EvilPlan, which involves making the clone act like a complete {{jerkass}} to Cosmo and Wanda until they can't take it anymore and quit their jobs.
18th Oct '17 6:33:31 PM jormis29
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** In ''Ultimate Galactus Trilogy'', the Red Guardian is a deranged Russian attempt at creating a rip-off of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica. He even has a shield made of human remains.

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** In ''Ultimate Galactus Trilogy'', ''ComicBook/UltimateGalactusTrilogy'', the Red Guardian is a deranged Russian attempt at creating a rip-off of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica. He even has a shield made of human remains.
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