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14th Dec '17 11:35:00 AM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' has the Fraternal Order of the Raven, a [=KKK=] {{Expy}} (or perhaps spin-off/Columbia branch, it's never really made clear). They are viciously loyal to the Prophet and his family, and religiously devout in that respect. They are also, like all citizens of Columbia but taken UpToEleven, extremely racist, to the point that their headquarters which Booker visits early in the game has a golden statue of John Wilkes Booth in the lobby, and an un-ironic painting of a heroic Booth shooting a devilish Lincoln in Ford Theater. Their hat is (besides racism and zealotry) black robes and pointy hoods, occasionally with a coffin chained to their back, and the "Murder of Crows" vigor, which allows them to [[OneToMillionToOne turn into a murder of crows]] and allows Booker to shoot a murder of crows at his enemies.

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* ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' has the [[TheKlan Fraternal Order of the Raven, Raven]], a [=KKK=] KKK {{Expy}} (or perhaps spin-off/Columbia branch, it's never really made clear). They are viciously loyal to the Prophet and his family, and religiously devout in that respect. They are also, like all citizens of Columbia but taken UpToEleven, extremely racist, to the point that their headquarters which Booker visits early in the game has a golden statue of John Wilkes Booth in the lobby, and an un-ironic painting of a heroic Booth shooting a devilish Lincoln in Ford Theater. Their hat is (besides racism and zealotry) black robes and pointy hoods, occasionally with a coffin chained to their back, and the "Murder of Crows" vigor, which allows them to [[OneToMillionToOne turn into a murder of crows]] and allows Booker to shoot a murder of crows at his enemies.
4th Dec '17 2:15:01 PM MadAnthony94
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* ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'' actually features a murderous band of {{Elvis Impersonator}}s!

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* ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'' actually features a murderous band of {{Elvis Impersonator}}s!Impersonator}}s! There's also the Fenris, who dress like cheap Conan the Barbarian impersonators (they apparently got the idea from all the Thor worship that's sprouted up in the year 2099).
30th Oct '17 3:09:20 PM DaibhidC
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** The Mad Hatter once headed the Wonderland Gang, an all-star cast of career criminals he'd convinced to play into his "Alice in Wonderland" theme. These included the March Hare, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Lion and the Unicorn, and the Walrus and the Carpenter.

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** The Mad Hatter once (seemingly) headed the Wonderland Gang, an all-star cast of career criminals he'd convinced to play into his "Alice in Wonderland" theme. These included the March Hare, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Lion and the Unicorn, and the Walrus and the Carpenter. It turned out to actually be the Tweedles' idea; when Tetch had complained it was a bit obvious, they used his own mind-control tech on him.
12th Oct '17 9:00:07 AM CosmicFerret
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* ''TheAreasOfMyExpertise'' parodies this with the various overly-fancy, New Wave-ish hairstyles worn by New York street gangs during the early 20th century. The book also advises anyone with henchmen to get them all matching satin jackets with a picture of your face embroidered on the back.

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* ''TheAreasOfMyExpertise'' ''Literature/TheAreasOfMyExpertise'' parodies this with the various overly-fancy, New Wave-ish hairstyles worn by New York street gangs during the early 20th century. The book also advises anyone with henchmen to get them all matching satin jackets with a picture of your face embroidered on the back.
30th Sep '17 6:32:56 AM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'': "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!" introduces several themed variants on the "original classic" Beagle Boys including the Glam Yankees, [[FrenchJerk the Deja Boos]], the 6th Avenue Meanies, [[AffablyEvil the 6th Avenue Friendlies]], [[RunningGag the Deja Boos]], [[MonsterClown the Tumblebums]], and [[RuleOfThree the Deja Boos]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'': "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!" introduces several themed variants on the "original classic" Beagle Boys including the Glam Yankees, [[FrenchJerk the Deja Boos]], Vus]], the 6th Avenue Meanies, [[AffablyEvil the 6th Avenue Friendlies]], [[RunningGag the Deja Boos]], Vus]], [[MonsterClown the Tumblebums]], and [[RuleOfThree the Deja Boos]].Vus]].
30th Sep '17 6:04:15 AM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'': "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!" introduces several themed variants on the "original classic" Beagle Boys, including the Glam Yankees, [[FrenchJerk the Deja Boos]], the 6th Avenue Meanies, [[AffablyEvil the 6th Avenue Friendlies]],
[[RunningGag the Deja Boos]], [[MonsterClown the Tumblebums]], and [[RuleOfThree the Deja Boos]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'': "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!" introduces several themed variants on the "original classic" Beagle Boys, Boys including the Glam Yankees, [[FrenchJerk the Deja Boos]], the 6th Avenue Meanies, [[AffablyEvil the 6th Avenue Friendlies]],
Friendlies]], [[RunningGag the Deja Boos]], [[MonsterClown the Tumblebums]], and [[RuleOfThree the Deja Boos]].
30th Sep '17 6:02:34 AM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'': "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!" introduces several themed variants on the "original classic" Beagle Boys, including the Glam Yankees, [[FrenchJerk the Deja Boos]], the 6th Avenue Meanies, [[AffablyEvil the 6th Avenue Friendlies]],
[[RunningGag the Deja Boos]], [[MonsterClown the Tumblebums]], and [[RuleOfThree the Deja Boos]].
21st Sep '17 11:14:15 AM jtierney50
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* ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' has the Fraternal Order of the Raven, a [=KKK=] {{Expy}} (or perhaps spin-off/Columbia branch, it's never really made clear). They are viciously loyal to the Prophet and his family, and religiously devout in that respect. They are also, like all citizens of Columbia but taken UpToEleven, extremely racist, to the point that their headquarters which Booker visits early in the game has a golden statue of John Wilkes Booth in the lobby, and an un-ironic painting of a heroic Booth shooting a devilish Lincoln in Ford Theater. Their hat is (besides racism and zealotry) black robes and pointy hoods, occasionally with a coffin chained to their back, and the "Murder of Cros" vigor, which allows them to [[OneTo\MillionToOne turn into a murder of crows]] and allows Booker to shoot a murder of crows at his enemies.

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* ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' has the Fraternal Order of the Raven, a [=KKK=] {{Expy}} (or perhaps spin-off/Columbia branch, it's never really made clear). They are viciously loyal to the Prophet and his family, and religiously devout in that respect. They are also, like all citizens of Columbia but taken UpToEleven, extremely racist, to the point that their headquarters which Booker visits early in the game has a golden statue of John Wilkes Booth in the lobby, and an un-ironic painting of a heroic Booth shooting a devilish Lincoln in Ford Theater. Their hat is (besides racism and zealotry) black robes and pointy hoods, occasionally with a coffin chained to their back, and the "Murder of Cros" Crows" vigor, which allows them to [[OneTo\MillionToOne [[OneToMillionToOne turn into a murder of crows]] and allows Booker to shoot a murder of crows at his enemies.
21st Sep '17 11:13:26 AM jtierney50
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* ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' has the Fraternal Order of the Raven, a [=KKK=] {{Expy}} (or perhaps spin-off/Columbia branch, it's never really made clear). They are viciously loyal to the Prophet and his family, and religiously devout in that respect. They are also, like all citizens of Columbia but taken UpToEleven, extremely racist, to the point that their headquarters which Booker visits early in the game has a golden statue of UsefulNotes/JohnWilkesBooth in the lobby, and an un-ironic painting of a heroic Booth shooting a devilish Lincoln in Ford Theater. Their hat is (besides racism and zealotry) black robes and pointy hoods, occasionally with a coffin chained to their back, and the "Murder of Cros" vigor, which allows them to [[OneToAMillionToOne turn into a murder of crows]] and allows Booker to shoot a murder of crows at his enemies.

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* ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' has the Fraternal Order of the Raven, a [=KKK=] {{Expy}} (or perhaps spin-off/Columbia branch, it's never really made clear). They are viciously loyal to the Prophet and his family, and religiously devout in that respect. They are also, like all citizens of Columbia but taken UpToEleven, extremely racist, to the point that their headquarters which Booker visits early in the game has a golden statue of UsefulNotes/JohnWilkesBooth John Wilkes Booth in the lobby, and an un-ironic painting of a heroic Booth shooting a devilish Lincoln in Ford Theater. Their hat is (besides racism and zealotry) black robes and pointy hoods, occasionally with a coffin chained to their back, and the "Murder of Cros" vigor, which allows them to [[OneToAMillionToOne [[OneTo\MillionToOne turn into a murder of crows]] and allows Booker to shoot a murder of crows at his enemies.
21st Sep '17 11:11:50 AM jtierney50
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* ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' has the Fraternal Order of the Raven, a [=KKK=] {{Expy}} (or perhaps spin-off/Columbia branch, it's never really made clear). They are viciously loyal to the Prophet and his family, and religiously devout in that respect. They are also, like all citizens of Columbia but taken UpToEleven, extremely racist, to the point that their headquarters which Booker visits early in the game has a golden statue of UsefulNotes/JohnWilkesBooth in the lobby, and an un-ironic painting of a heroic Booth shooting a devilish Lincoln in Ford Theater. Their hat is (besides racism and zealotry) black robes and pointy hoods, occasionally with a coffin chained to their back, and the "Murder of Cros" vigor, which allows them to [[OneToAMillionToOne turn into a murder of crows]] and allows Booker to shoot a murder of crows at his enemies.
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