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24th Sep '16 2:35:08 PM MisterCPC
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'': The episode "Donatello's Duplicate" has Donatello make a duplicate of himself to help with his labwork so he can have some more time to relax. Unfortunately for him, the twin is an egotistical {{Jerkass}}, who eventually sides with a gangster who wants to rule the city, so the twin builds a second duplicator to create copies of rats to swarm the city. The real turtles eventually confront the evil Donatello, who uses the duplicator on the rest of the team to make evil duplicates of them as well.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'': The episode "Donatello's Duplicate" has Donatello make a duplicate of himself to help with his labwork so he can have some more time to relax. Unfortunately for him, the twin is an egotistical {{Jerkass}}, who eventually sides with a gangster who wants to rule the city, so the twin builds a second duplicator to create copies of rats to swarm the city. The real turtles Turtles eventually confront the evil Donatello, Donatello during the climax, who uses the duplicator on the rest of the team to make evil duplicates of them as well.
24th Sep '16 2:27:52 PM MisterCPC
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'': The episode "Donatello's Duplicate" has Donatello make a duplicate of himself to help with his labwork so he can have some more time to relax. Unfortunately for him, the twin is an egotistical {{Jerkass}}, who eventually sides with a gangster who wants to rule the city, so the twin builds a second duplicator to create copies of rats to swarm the city. The real turtles eventually confront the evil Donatello, who uses the duplicator on the rest of the team to make evil duplicates of them as well.
24th Sep '16 8:22:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* Subverted in ''Webcomic/{{Melonpool}}'', in which the duplicate, Ralphie, is the good one. Also, the ''Melonpool''/''[[http://www.itswalky.com It's Walky!]]'' CrossOver used the Dup-o-matic on an opposing army, who then immediately began fighting amongst each other. This crossover led to the creation of 'Anti-Joyce', who was the opposite of Joyce in that she was sexually active, rather than prudish. Interestingly, the storylines would have long-term consequences in both series: Ralphie joining the crew in {{Melonpool}}, while the murder of Anti-Joyce in ''It's Walky!'' would lead to serious psychological (and later, legal) problems for the original.

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* Subverted in ''Webcomic/{{Melonpool}}'', in which the duplicate, Ralphie, is the good one. Also, the ''Melonpool''/''[[http://www.itswalky.com It's Walky!]]'' CrossOver used the Dup-o-matic on an opposing army, who then immediately began fighting amongst each other. This crossover led to the creation of 'Anti-Joyce', who was the opposite of Joyce in that she was sexually active, rather than prudish. Interestingly, the storylines would have long-term consequences in both series: Ralphie joining the crew in {{Melonpool}}, Webcomic/{{Melonpool}}, while the murder of Anti-Joyce in ''It's Walky!'' would lead to serious psychological (and later, legal) problems for the original.
23rd Sep '16 1:07:06 AM ThePat
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* ''Series/KamenRiderGhost'' also has one in the form of a doppelganger of Makoto Fukami/Kamen Rider Specter. The doppelganger wears the Ganma's military uniform and sports AxCrazy [[SlasherSmile psychotic grins]] to distinguish himself from the real one. Each time the doppelganger is [[CurbStompBattle curbstomped]] by the real Makoto, the latter [[{{Synchronization}} experiences]] pain in the aftermath of a fight. [[spoiler:By the time the series reaches its climax, this trope is taken UpToEleven when Doppelganger!Makoto gains his own Deep Specter Eyecon and starts wearing the real Makoto's [[HellbentForLeather leather outfit]] to further [[SpotTheImpostor fool]] his friends, and eventually [[BecomingTheMask sides]] with his real self in earnest.]]
18th Sep '16 9:42:30 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* When Wrestling/SinCara was caught taking drugs and had to go to rehab, [[Wrestling/{{Hunico}} another wrestler]] was brought in to portray the Sin Cara character for the time being. Once Sin Cara got better, WWE worked the replacement into a storyline where he was the imposter and was getting back at Sin Cara for "stealing his identity". The Trope came to a head when the Imposter started doning a black suit similar to the Original Sin Cara, giving himself the alias of "''Sin Cara Negro''".

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* When Wrestling/SinCara was caught taking drugs and had to go to rehab, [[Wrestling/{{Hunico}} another wrestler]] was brought in to portray the Sin Cara character for the time being. Once Sin Cara got better, WWE worked the replacement into a storyline where he was the imposter and was getting back at Sin Cara for "stealing "[[Wrestling/{{Mistico}} stealing his identity".identity]]". The Trope came to a head when the Imposter started doning a black suit similar to the Original Sin Cara, giving himself the alias of "''Sin Cara Negro''".
9th Sep '16 4:33:58 PM Luella
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*In ''Comicbook/JaxEpochAndTheQuickenForbidden'', while Jax finds out that a week has passed despite only being Realmsend for a couple minutes, she also finds out that her family and friends mistook her evil twin as the real her while she was gone
2nd Sep '16 11:26:01 PM Tsukireiko
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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku gets another [[IdenticalStranger evil doppelganger]] called Goku Black. In stark contrast to Goku, he is pure evil, being a sadistic mass-murderer who causes a second apocalypse in Future Trunks' BadFuture. Played with in that while his face looks almost exactly like Goku's, as does the way his voice sounds (also voiced by Creator/MasakoNozawa), Black is otherwise completely different in every other way: his fighting style is refined and technical, compared to Goku's somewhat crude and mostly self-taught style; he's lean where Goku is burly; and he speaks with a clear, very formal speech pattern, where Goku has a heavy, uneducated "hick" accent. Even Beerus remarks when watching them fight that despite similar appearances, Black clearly ''feels'' different from Goku.

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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku gets another [[IdenticalStranger evil doppelganger]] called Goku Black. In stark contrast to Goku, he is pure evil, being a sadistic mass-murderer who causes a second apocalypse in Future Trunks' BadFuture. Played with in that while his face looks and voice (he is also voiced by Creator/MasakoNozawa) are almost exactly like identical to Goku's, as does the way his voice sounds (also voiced by Creator/MasakoNozawa), Black is otherwise completely different in every other way: his fighting style is refined and technical, compared to Goku's somewhat crude and mostly self-taught style; he's lean where Goku is burly; and he speaks with a clear, very formal speech pattern, where Goku has a heavy, uneducated "hick" accent. Even Beerus remarks when watching them fight that despite similar appearances, Black clearly ''feels'' different from Goku.
2nd Sep '16 11:24:05 PM Tsukireiko
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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku gets another [[IdenticalStranger evil doppelganger]] called Goku Black. In stark contrast to Goku, he is pure evil, being a sadistic mass-murderer who causes a second apocalypse in Future Trunks' BadFuture. Played with in that while his face looks almost exactly like Goku's, Black is otherwise completely different in every other way: his fighting style is refined and technical, compared to Goku's mostly self-taught style; he's lean where Goku is burly; and he speaks with a clear, very formal speech pattern, where Goku has a heavy, uneducated "hick" accent. Even Beerus remarks when watching them fight that despite similar appearances, Black clearly ''feels'' different from Goku.

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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku gets another [[IdenticalStranger evil doppelganger]] called Goku Black. In stark contrast to Goku, he is pure evil, being a sadistic mass-murderer who causes a second apocalypse in Future Trunks' BadFuture. Played with in that while his face looks almost exactly like Goku's, as does the way his voice sounds (also voiced by Creator/MasakoNozawa), Black is otherwise completely different in every other way: his fighting style is refined and technical, compared to Goku's somewhat crude and mostly self-taught style; he's lean where Goku is burly; and he speaks with a clear, very formal speech pattern, where Goku has a heavy, uneducated "hick" accent. Even Beerus remarks when watching them fight that despite similar appearances, Black clearly ''feels'' different from Goku.
2nd Sep '16 10:24:49 PM Tsukireiko
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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku gets another [[IdenticalStranger evil doppelganger]] called Goku Black. In stark contrast to Goku, he is pure evil, being a mass-murderer who caused the second apocalypse in Future Trunks' BadFuture. Played with in that while he looks like Goku, Black is otherwise completely different in every other way: his fighting style is refined and skillful, compared to Goku's mostly self-taught techniques; he's lean where Goku is burly; and he speaks in clear, formal Japanese where Goku has a heavy, uneducated "hick" accent. Even Beerus remarks that Black just ''feels'' different from Goku somehow.

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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku gets another [[IdenticalStranger evil doppelganger]] called Goku Black. In stark contrast to Goku, he is pure evil, being a sadistic mass-murderer who caused the causes a second apocalypse in Future Trunks' BadFuture. Played with in that while he his face looks almost exactly like Goku, Goku's, Black is otherwise completely different in every other way: his fighting style is refined and skillful, technical, compared to Goku's mostly self-taught techniques; style; he's lean where Goku is burly; and he speaks in with a clear, very formal Japanese speech pattern, where Goku has a heavy, uneducated "hick" accent. Even Beerus remarks when watching them fight that despite similar appearances, Black just clearly ''feels'' different from Goku somehow.Goku.
28th Aug '16 2:35:26 PM SirVancelot131
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* ''Series/TheSecretWorldOfAlexMack'' has Alex accidentally come into contact with a compound called "GC Divide" which splits her puddle form into two people with distinct personalities, one being the regular Alex, and the other being her repressed bad-girl side that tries to eliminate her good half on two separate occasions, as well as just being unpleasant to everyone around her.
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