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30th Nov '16 8:32:46 AM moloch
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* The third series of ''X-Factor'' features Jamie Madrox's attempt at a noir mutant detective agency.
* ''Criminal'' by Ed Brubaker.
* ''ComicBook/{{Sleeper}}'' by Ed Brubaker.
* ''Incognito'' by Ed Brubaker.
* Fatale by Ed Brubaker
* ''ComicBook/TheFadeOut'' by Ed Brubaker (in fact when Ed Brubaker works with Sean Philips expect it to be film noir)

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* The third series of ''X-Factor'' ''Comicbook/XFactor'' features Jamie Madrox's attempt at a noir mutant detective agency.
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* ''Criminal'' Many books by Ed Brubaker.
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Creator/EdBrubaker, especially when he's working with Sean Philips. ''Comicbook/{{Criminal}}'' and ''Comicbook/TheFadeOut'' are straight noir. ''ComicBook/{{Sleeper}}'' by Ed Brubaker.
* ''Incognito'' by Ed Brubaker.
* Fatale by Ed Brubaker
* ''ComicBook/TheFadeOut'' by Ed Brubaker (in fact when Ed Brubaker works with Sean Philips expect it to be film noir)
and ''Comicbook/{{Incognito}}'' are superhero/pulp hero noir, and ''Comicbook/{{Fatale}}'' is noir where the FemmeFatale's supernatural allure [[CosmicHorrorStory actually is supernatural.]]



* Also by Bendis, ''ComicBook/SamAndTwich'', a spin-off from the ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' series

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* Also by Bendis, ''ComicBook/SamAndTwich'', ''Sam And Twitch'', a spin-off from the ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' series
15th Nov '16 6:56:19 PM nombretomado
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* KillerIsDead, as well as Killer7, from Suda51, features some heavy surreal film noir looks, down to [[DressedToKill badass assassins in suits]], heavy shading and shadows, hypnotic soundtracks and weird characters. They're much more SciFi that film noir, though the influence is clearly there.

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* KillerIsDead, as well as Killer7, VideoGame/Killer7, from Suda51, features some heavy surreal film noir looks, down to [[DressedToKill badass assassins in suits]], heavy shading and shadows, hypnotic soundtracks and weird characters. They're much more SciFi that film noir, though the influence is clearly there.
15th Nov '16 3:19:57 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Film/KeyLargo'' (1948) Creator/HumphreyBogart and Creator/LaurenBacall square off against Edward G. Robinson, who plays a mob boss who's long past his prime (in a send-up of [[Film/LittleCaesar the role that made him famous]]).

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* ''Film/KeyLargo'' (1948) Creator/HumphreyBogart and Creator/LaurenBacall square off against Edward G. Robinson, Creator/EdwardGRobinson, who plays a mob boss who's long past his prime (in a send-up of [[Film/LittleCaesar the role that made him famous]]).


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* ''Film/OnDangerousGround'' (1952) A brutal cop falls in love with the sister of a murderer.
13th Nov '16 4:05:05 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Film/{{Brute Force|1947}}'' (1947). A Jules Dassin film starring Creator/BurtLancaster as Joe Collins, a convicted felon who's trying to escape [[TheAlcatraz Westgate Penitentiary]] to see his dying wife. It includes one of the cruelest prison guards ever in the form of Captain Munsey (played by Hume Cronyn).
11th Nov '16 9:37:35 PM MagnusForce
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* ''[=Plantywood=]: The City of Plants" [[JustforPun plants]] the three heroes of ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero" into a film [=noir-type=] Hollywood fill [[ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin plants.]]

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* ''[=Plantywood=]: ''Plantywood: The City of Plants" Plants'' [[JustforPun plants]] the three heroes of ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero" ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero'' into a film [=noir-type=] noir-type Hollywood fill filled with [[ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin plants.]]]]
* The ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' episode "The Tale of X9" was most certainly created with this genre in mind.
28th Oct '16 6:27:39 PM JamesAustin
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* ''Film/FemmeFatale'' (2002), as the name implies. Creator/BrianDePalma's {{Deconstruction}} of the FemmeFatale archetype, by putting such a character through the ringer.

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* ''Film/FemmeFatale'' ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}'' (2002), as the name implies. Creator/BrianDePalma's {{Deconstruction}} of the FemmeFatale archetype, by putting such a character through the ringer.
8th Oct '16 12:55:32 AM eroock
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* ''Film/DasTestamentDesDoktorMabuse'' (1933). A sequel to an earlier film and a story where the eponymous DiabolicalMastermind seems to control an entire gang while incarcerated.

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* ''Film/DasTestamentDesDoktorMabuse'' ''Film/TheLastWillOfDrMabuse'' (1933). A sequel to an earlier film and a story where the eponymous DiabolicalMastermind seems to control an entire gang while incarcerated.
29th Sep '16 11:27:50 AM ScrewySqrl
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* ''Series/PeterGunn''

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* ''Series/PeterGunn''''Series/PeterGunn'' mixed Noir tropes with 1950s cool Jazz.
28th Sep '16 10:37:13 AM Mdumas43073
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* ''Film/RomeoIsBleeding'' (1993)
22nd Sep '16 11:13:27 PM jormis29
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* ''{{Zootopia}}'' (2016) A LighterAndSofter version with a happy ending, but this is still a detective story in which a simple criminal investigation brings to light political corruption, cover-ups, and conspiracy at the highest levels in a city wracked with racial tension while exploring the hateful and savage impulses that underlie the veneer of civilized life.

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* ''{{Zootopia}}'' ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' (2016) A LighterAndSofter version with a happy ending, but this is still a detective story in which a simple criminal investigation brings to light political corruption, cover-ups, and conspiracy at the highest levels in a city wracked with racial tension while exploring the hateful and savage impulses that underlie the veneer of civilized life.
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