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* ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'': Tarzan is usually portrayed as having long hair due to living in the wild, though curiously he rarely has a beard.

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* ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'': Tarzan is usually portrayed as having long hair due to living in the wild, though curiously he rarely has a beard. (This goes back to [[Literature/TarzanOfTheApes the original novel]], in which he learns about shaving from an abandoned book and adopts the practice as a reminder to himself that he's a man and not an ape.)



A more restrained kind of pencil mustache that doesn't stick out or curl at the ends is associated with heroic characters played by the likes of Creator/ErrolFlynn.



* Hermione Granger of the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' [[TheVerse book universe]], who is [[InsufferableGenius not]] innocent, but definitely ''is'' LawfulGood. Straight-haired Creator/EmmaWatson, however (whose hair has been getting smoother year by year!), plays her in [[Film/HarryPotter the film franchise]].

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* Hermione Granger of the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' [[TheVerse book universe]], who is [[InsufferableGenius not]] innocent, not innocent]], but definitely ''is'' LawfulGood. Straight-haired Creator/EmmaWatson, however (whose hair has been getting smoother year by year!), plays her in [[Film/HarryPotter the film franchise]].
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* [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade Professor Henry Jones]], father of Franchise/IndianaJones.

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* [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'': Professor Henry Jones]], father of Franchise/IndianaJones.Jones, Sr.



* [[CoolOldGuy Bobby]] [[OnlySaneMan Singer]] on ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.

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* [[CoolOldGuy Bobby]] [[OnlySaneMan Bobby Singer]] on ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.



* OlderThanPrint: The first example is Merlin, King Arthur's famous advisor, who is always drawn/filmed/described as having a long beard, which was copied by Gandalf and Dumbledore.

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* OlderThanPrint: The first example is Merlin, King Arthur's Myth/KingArthur's famous advisor, who is always drawn/filmed/described as having a long beard, which was copied by Gandalf and Dumbledore.



* [[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft Velen]] and [[VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} Antonidas]]
** And [[VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} Medivh]]

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* [[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft Velen]] and [[VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} Antonidas]]
''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'': Velen.
* ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'':
** And [[VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} Medivh]]Antonidas.
** Medivh.



* ''The'' [[TheBrigadier Brigadier]], in ''Series/DoctorWho''.

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* ''The'' [[TheBrigadier Brigadier]], Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart, in ''Series/DoctorWho''.



* [[SuperMarioBros Mario and Luigi]] are two of the more iconic mustachioed heroes, as a simple mouth on the primitive game sprites wouldn't show as well.

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* [[SuperMarioBros ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'': Mario and Luigi]] Luigi are two of the more iconic mustachioed heroes, as a simple mouth on the primitive game sprites wouldn't show as well.



* Manga/{{Inuyasha}} (who is half dog-demon)

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* Manga/{{Inuyasha}} (who ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'': The title character, who is half dog-demon)
dog-demon.



* Tarzan is usually portrayed as having long hair due to living in the wild, though curiously he rarely has a beard.

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* ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'': Tarzan is usually portrayed as having long hair due to living in the wild, though curiously he rarely has a beard.



* Both [[IronMan Comicverse]] and [[Film/IronMan Movieverse]] versions of Tony Stark have been known to rock the goatee.

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* Both [[IronMan [[ComicBook/IronMan Comicverse]] and [[Film/IronMan Movieverse]] versions of Tony Stark have been known to rock the goatee.



** Oliver Queen started out clean-shaven in the comic-books as well. When Denny O'Neil started writing him and he became a hippie (Queen, that is, not O'Neil.), he grew his goatee in part to signify that he was 'hip' and 'sticking it to TheMan.
*** That, and it would offer a nice contrast with his clean-shaved temporary partner Hal "GreenLantern" Jordan.

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** Oliver Queen started out clean-shaven in the comic-books as well. When Denny O'Neil started writing him and he became a hippie (Queen, that is, not O'Neil.), O'Neil), he grew his goatee in part to signify that he was 'hip' and 'sticking it to TheMan.
***
TheMan'. That, and it would offer a nice contrast with his clean-shaved temporary partner Hal "GreenLantern" "ComicBook/GreenLantern" Jordan.



* ''Regenesis'''s Carlos Serrano, who's also balding.



* Atticus O'Sullivan from IronDruidChronicles typically wears a red goatee.

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* Atticus O'Sullivan from IronDruidChronicles ''Literature/IronDruidChronicles'' typically wears a red goatee.



* ''Series/{{ReGenesis}}'''s Carlos Serrano, who's also balding.






* The Prince in the ''PrinceOfPersia'' series sports a goatee, but is a fairly classic hero much of the time.

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* The Prince in the ''PrinceOfPersia'' ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia'' series sports a goatee, but is a fairly classic hero much of the time.



[[folder:FuManchu Mustaches and/or Wispy Beards]]

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[[folder:FuManchu [[folder:Fu Manchu Mustaches and/or Wispy Beards]]



* Since it was based on ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', so do quite a few villains from the original ''{{Dragonball}}''.

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* Since it was based on ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', so do quite a few villains from the original ''{{Dragonball}}''.
''Anime/{{Dragonball}}''.



* Mandarin, a YellowPeril supervillain from the MarvelUniverse, has a very prominent Fu Manchu.

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* Mandarin, a YellowPeril supervillain from the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/MarvelUniverse, has a very prominent Fu Manchu.



* FuManchu, obviously, has the Fu Manchu moustache (but only since the film adaptations, not in the original books)
* [[Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina David Lo Pan]] had the stereotypical Asian long and wispy beard.
* [[Film/FlashGordon Ming the Merciless]]--the name says it all.

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* FuManchu, Franchise/FuManchu, obviously, has the Fu Manchu moustache (but only since the film adaptations, not in the original books)
books).
* [[Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina ''Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina'': David Lo Pan]] Pan had the stereotypical Asian long and wispy beard.
* [[Film/FlashGordon ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'': Ming the Merciless]]--the Merciless--the name says it all.



* [[TransformersTheMovie Unicron]] has a FuManchu, which is appropriate for a PlanetEater.
** Scourge from the original {{Transformers| Generation 1}} has a metal Fu Manchu, as do his clones (made by Unicron).

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* [[TransformersTheMovie Unicron]] ''WesternAnimation/TransformersTheMovie'': Unicron has a FuManchu, Fu Manchu, which is appropriate for a PlanetEater.
** Scourge from the original {{Transformers| ''WesternAnimation/{{Transformers| Generation 1}} 1}}'' has a metal Fu Manchu, as do his clones (made by Unicron).



* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "Point of View", Apophis in the AlternateUniverse had a goatee, as did Teal'c (who, in this universe, was still his First Prime). In the fourth season, "our" Teal'c himself sported a goatee (actually it was more like a chin caterpillar) for a short while.
** Perhaps inspired by "Mirror, Mirror" (Spock and Teal'c are both TheStoic of their teams), the alternate universe Teal'cs seem to be exactly the same ''except'' for their varying hair styles.

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* ''Series/StargateSG1'':
**
In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "Point of View", Apophis in the AlternateUniverse had a goatee, as did Teal'c (who, in this universe, was still his First Prime). In the fourth season, "our" Teal'c himself sported a goatee (actually it was more like a chin caterpillar) for a short while.
**
Perhaps inspired by "Mirror, Mirror" (Spock and Teal'c are both TheStoic of their teams), the alternate universe Teal'cs seem to be exactly the same ''except'' for their varying hair styles.styles.
** In the fourth season, "our" Teal'c himself sported a goatee (actually it was more like a chin caterpillar) for a short while.



* Dr. Eggman from the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' series has a moustache, and so does some of his robots.

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* Dr. Eggman from the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' series has a moustache, and so does some of his robots.



* Dave Davenport of ''{{Narbonic}}'' had one, blurring the line due the the main characters being {{villain protagonist}}s.

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* Dave Davenport of ''{{Narbonic}}'' ''WebComic/{{Narbonic}}'' had one, blurring the line due the the main characters being {{villain protagonist}}s.



* Not quite the same role, but the same 'do: [[Series/{{Alias}} Sydney Bristow]] has such a wig when she pretends to be a Russian soldier.
* [[Franchise/StarTrek Star Trek:]] Every Romulan, female or male, after TOS
** With the [[BaldOfEvil notable exception]] of [[Film/StarTrek Nero]] and his crew.

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* ''Series/{{Alias}}'': Not quite the same role, but the same 'do: [[Series/{{Alias}} 'do -- Sydney Bristow]] Bristow has such a wig when she pretends to be a Russian soldier.
* [[Franchise/StarTrek Star Trek:]] ''Franchise/StarTrek'': Every Romulan, female or male, after TOS
TOS.
** With the [[BaldOfEvil notable exception]] exception of [[Film/StarTrek Nero]] Nero and his crew.crew in ''Film/StarTrek'', the reboot movie, who all have the BaldOfEvil instead.



* Many characters in the AnthologyComic ComicBook/TheBeano have toothbrush moustaches including the Teacher from Bash Street Kids, [[ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUk Dennis the Menace's]] Dad and Minnie the Minx's Dad. All of these characters originated from the 1950s and nothing is often said about these moustaches they are just there.
* As mentioned, most versions of J. Jonah Jameson from SpiderMan has this kind of moustache.

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* Many characters in the AnthologyComic ComicBook/TheBeano ''ComicBook/TheBeano'' have toothbrush moustaches including the Teacher from Bash Street Kids, [[ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUk Dennis the Menace's]] Dad and Minnie the Minx's Dad. All of these characters originated from the 1950s and nothing is often said about these moustaches they are just there.
* As mentioned, most versions of J. Jonah Jameson from SpiderMan has this kind of moustache.
there.




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* Most versions of J. Jonah Jameson from ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' have this kind of moustache.



* [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Roger Rabbit]] wears a moustache like this on a WartimeCartoon poster featuring Baby Herman.

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* [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'': Roger Rabbit]] Rabbit wears a moustache like this on a WartimeCartoon poster featuring Baby Herman.



* Mr. Peebles from ''MagillaGorilla'' has this kind of moustache too.

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* Mr. Peebles from ''MagillaGorilla'' ''WesternAnimation/MagillaGorilla'' has this kind of moustache too.



* Parodied by Sheriff Buford T. Justice in the ''SmokeyAndTheBandit'' movies.
* [[GoneWithTheWind Rhett Butler]]

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* Parodied by Sheriff Buford T. Justice in the ''SmokeyAndTheBandit'' ''Film/SmokeyAndTheBandit'' movies.
* [[GoneWithTheWind ''Film/GoneWithTheWind'': Rhett Butler]]Butler.



* "Pencil Thin Mustache" by Jimmy Buffett is a paen to the heroic pencil mustache wearers of 1940s cinema, particularly detective Boston Blackie and anybody played by ErrolFlynn.

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* "Pencil Thin Mustache" by Jimmy Buffett is a paen to the heroic pencil mustache wearers of 1940s cinema, particularly detective Boston Blackie and anybody played by ErrolFlynn.
Creator/ErrolFlynn.



** Also the Hook from the Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater's PeterPan. Oddly, the Hook from ''WesternAnimation/PeterPanAndThePirates'' was clean-shaven.

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** Also the Hook from the Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater's PeterPan.''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'''s Peter Pan. Oddly, the Hook from ''WesternAnimation/PeterPanAndThePirates'' was clean-shaven.



* The pencil mustache was an iconic trait of VincentPrice.

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* The pencil mustache was an iconic trait of VincentPrice.Creator/VincentPrice.



* [[Film/GangsOfNewYork Bill "the Butcher"]] has an extravagant handlebar moustache, villainous Bowery Boys [[NiceHat stovepipe hat]] about 16 inches long, and sideburns. [[MemeticMutation Fear the 'stache]]!

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* [[Film/GangsOfNewYork ''Film/GangsOfNewYork'': Bill "the Butcher"]] Butcher" has an extravagant handlebar moustache, villainous Bowery Boys [[NiceHat stovepipe hat]] about 16 inches long, and sideburns. [[MemeticMutation Fear the 'stache]]!



* DastardlyWhiplash, of course.

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* DastardlyWhiplash, Dick Dastardly of course.''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces''.
* Snidely Whiplash of ''WesternAnimation/DudleyDoRight''.



* AxCrazy, SinisterScythe-wielding Hidan from Manga/{{Naruto}} has his hair plastered to his head with industrial strength gel.

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* AxCrazy, SinisterScythe-wielding Hidan from Manga/{{Naruto}} ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has his hair plastered to his head with industrial strength gel.



* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' you can usually tell how villainous or sympathetic Spike is meant to be in a given episode by where his hair is on the spectrum between tousled (AntiHero) and slick (villain).
** Angel/Angelus. Angelus has...More menacing hair.

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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' you ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
** You
can usually tell how villainous or sympathetic Spike is meant to be in a given episode by where his hair is on the spectrum between tousled (AntiHero) and slick (villain).
** Angel/Angelus. Angelus has...More more menacing hair.



* Inverted in ''FireEmblem 7'', where Hector sports slicked-back hair but he's HotBlooded and one of [[TwoGuysAndAGirl the]] [[PowerTrio three]] [[TheHero heroes]] of the game.

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* Inverted in ''FireEmblem ''VideoGame/FireEmblem 7'', where Hector sports slicked-back hair but he's HotBlooded and one of [[TwoGuysAndAGirl the]] [[PowerTrio three]] [[TheHero heroes]] of the game.



* [[Film/{{Aliens}} Private William Hudson]] had one.

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* [[Film/{{Aliens}} ''Film/{{Aliens}}'': Private William Hudson]] Hudson had one.



* Tommy Oliver, the most renowned SixthRanger from ''PowerRangers'' history, who through the early seasons went back and forth between good and evil, also sports an anti-heroic soul patch.
* [[Series/TwentyFour Tony Almeida of CTU]] had one during his entire run on the show, from good guy to antihero to [[spoiler:AlmostDeadGuy to BackFromTheDead Guy]]. In fact, "Soul Patch" was his nickname in all the TelevisionWithoutPity recaps.

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* Tommy Oliver, the most renowned SixthRanger from ''PowerRangers'' ''Series/PowerRangers'' history, who through the early seasons went back and forth between good and evil, also sports an anti-heroic soul patch.
* [[Series/TwentyFour ''Series/TwentyFour'': Tony Almeida of CTU]] CTU had one during his entire run on the show, from good guy to antihero to [[spoiler:AlmostDeadGuy to BackFromTheDead Guy]]. In fact, "Soul Patch" was his nickname in all the TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity recaps.



* Jason Spades in ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' has one, though he straddles the line between "dystopian hero" and JerkAss.

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* ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'':
**
Jason Spades in ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' has one, though he straddles the line between "dystopian hero" and JerkAss.



* {{Wolverine}}'s face is pretty consistently fuzzy while rarely ever being clean shaven. One almost wonders if it's one of his [[HairReboot mutant powers]]. Yet he never acquires a real beard beyond those sideburns.

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* {{Wolverine}}'s ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'s face is pretty consistently fuzzy while rarely ever being clean shaven. One almost wonders if it's one of his [[HairReboot mutant powers]]. Yet he never acquires a real beard beyond those sideburns.



* [[Series/{{Dexter}} Dexter Morgan]]

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* [[Series/{{Dexter}} ''Series/{{Dexter}}'': Dexter Morgan]]Morgan.



*** Lassiter: At this point it looks like an accident.
*** Shawn: Like your hair.
*** Lassiter: Really? Down to hair jokes, now?

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*** Lassiter: --->'''Lassiter:''' At this point it looks like an accident.
*** Shawn:
accident.\\
'''Shawn:'''
Like your hair.
*** Lassiter:
hair.\\
'''Lassiter:'''
Really? Down to hair jokes, now?



*** Shawn: Lassie.
*** Gus: Wow.
*** Shawn: Is your hair starting its own cult?

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*** Shawn: Lassie.
*** Gus: Wow.
*** Shawn:
--->'''Shawn:''' Lassie.\\
'''Gus:''' Wow.\\
'''Shawn:'''
Is your hair starting its own cult?



*** Shawn: Lassie, your haircut is worse than Joyce Hyser's in Just One of the Guys.

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*** Shawn: --->'''Shawn:''' Lassie, your haircut is worse than Joyce Hyser's in Just One of the Guys.



* Averted with Henry of ''SilentHill4'', whose perma stubble just makes him look sloppy, and Walter's unshaven mug adds to the AxCrazy.

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* Averted with Henry of ''SilentHill4'', ''VideoGame/SilentHill4'', whose perma stubble just makes him look sloppy, and Walter's unshaven mug adds to the AxCrazy.



* Ditto Amamiya Ryu aka Bokuto no Ryu from ''ShamanKing'', who not only has a six-foot pompadour, but also a six-foot-long pompadour-shaped ''motorcycle helmet''. He's also [[UnstoppableRage VERY pissed off]] when one of his rivals cuts his pompadour in half.
* Hanamichi Sakuragi from ''SlamDunk'' has one of these in the first part of the series. [[spoiler:He [[ImportantHaircut shaves it later]] as self-punishment for the loss against Kainan.]]
* Inverted by Franky from ''OnePiece''. It also functions as ExpressiveHair.

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* Ditto Amamiya Ryu aka Bokuto no Ryu from ''ShamanKing'', ''Anime/ShamanKing'', who not only has a six-foot pompadour, but also a six-foot-long pompadour-shaped ''motorcycle helmet''. He's also [[UnstoppableRage VERY pissed off]] when one of his rivals cuts his pompadour in half.
* Hanamichi Sakuragi from ''SlamDunk'' ''Anime/SlamDunk'' has one of these in the first part of the series. [[spoiler:He [[ImportantHaircut shaves it later]] as self-punishment for the loss against Kainan.]]
* Inverted by Franky from ''OnePiece''.''Anime/OnePiece''. It also functions as ExpressiveHair.



* [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Yazan Gable]] has a blonde pompadour, which earned him the FanNickname of "Space WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead".

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* [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'': Yazan Gable]] Gable has a blonde pompadour, which earned him the FanNickname of "Space WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead".



* [[KatamariDamacy The King of All Cosmos]] had a pompadour as a teenager, as do most of the teenage boys you roll up in the game.

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* [[KatamariDamacy ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy'': The King of All Cosmos]] Cosmos had a pompadour as a teenager, as do most of the teenage boys you roll up in the game.



* There is, in fact, one of ''TheSimpsons'' Halloween specials wherein Snake, the notorious white trash criminal, gives his hair to be donated after he has been executed. It is given to Homer, and the [[EvilHand Evil Hair]] makes him kill Apu, Moe, threaten Bart, and otherwise epitomize Bad.
* [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead Beavis]] has one.

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* There is, in fact, one of ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' Halloween specials wherein Snake, the notorious white trash criminal, gives his hair to be donated after he has been executed. It is given to Homer, and the [[EvilHand Evil Hair]] makes him kill Apu, Moe, threaten Bart, and otherwise epitomize Bad.
* [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead Beavis]] ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'': Beavis has one.



Unless you're one of the following:



* Unless you're [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Kotomine Kirei]].
* Or [[Anime/RoninWarriors Ryo or Shin/Cye]]. If you are the latter, you can actually make it look cute.
* Or [[Manga/DragonBall Yamcha or Jeice]]

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* Unless you're [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'': Kotomine Kirei]].
Kirei.
* Or [[Anime/RoninWarriors ''Anime/RoninWarriors'': Ryo or Shin/Cye]].Shin/Cye. If you are the latter, you can actually make it look cute.
* Or [[Manga/DragonBall ''Manga/DragonBall'': Yamcha or Jeice]]
Jeice.



* Or [[Film/EscapeFromNewYork Snake Plissken]]
* Or [[Film/{{Ghost}} Patrick Swayze]]
* Or [[Film/{{Labyrinth}} Jareth the Goblin King]]

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* Or [[Film/EscapeFromNewYork ''Film/EscapeFromNewYork'': Snake Plissken]]
Plissken.
* Or [[Film/{{Ghost}} ''Film/{{Ghost}}'': Patrick Swayze]]
Swayze.
* Or [[Film/{{Labyrinth}} ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'': Jareth the Goblin King]]
King.



* Or Series/MacGyver
* Or [[Series/RedDwarf Ace Rimmer]]

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* Or Series/MacGyver
''Series/MacGyver'': [=MacGyver=].
* Or [[Series/RedDwarf ''Series/RedDwarf'': Ace Rimmer]]
Rimmer.



* Or Music/DavidBowie as Ziggy Stardust.

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* Or Music/DavidBowie as Ziggy Stardust.



* Or [[{{Wrestling/ECW}} Mike Awesome]], [[Wrestling/RingOfHonor Michael Elgin's had to go though.]]

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* Or [[{{Wrestling/ECW}} {{Wrestling/ECW}}: Mike Awesome]], [[Wrestling/RingOfHonor Awesome.
* Wrestling/RingOfHonor:
Michael Elgin's had to go though.]]
though.



* Or [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]]

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* Or [[Franchise/MetalGear ''Franchise/MetalGear'': Solid Snake]]
Snake.



* Or WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|AndThePlaneteers}}.
* Or [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution Lance "Avalanche" Alvers]]
* Or [[WesternAnimation/RegularShow Mordecai and Rigby]].
* Or [[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Brock Samsom]].

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* Or WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|AndThePlaneteers}}.
''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers'': Captain Planet.
* Or [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'': Lance "Avalanche" Alvers]]
Alvers.
* Or [[WesternAnimation/RegularShow ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'': Mordecai and Rigby]].
Rigby.
* Or [[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'': Brock Samsom]].
Samsom.



* Or Johnny Weir
* Or Evegni Plushenko
* Or you sell popsicles in Chile. The Chilean name for the mullet is [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chocolito_Panda "Choco Panda"]], because of one of the most popular popsicles there... usually sold by guys who sport mullets.
** Plus, stating something like that sounds like something an AlphaBitch would say...

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* Or Johnny Weir
Weir.
* Or Evegni Plushenko
Plushenko.
* Or you sell popsicles in Chile. The Chilean name for the mullet is [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chocolito_Panda "Choco Panda"]], because of one of the most popular popsicles there... usually sold by guys who sport mullets.
** Plus, stating something like that sounds like something an AlphaBitch would say...
mullets.



** [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Aang]]
** Rather iconic of two characters played by Creator/PatrickStewart, [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Captain Picard]] and [[Film/{{X-Men}} Professor X]].
** VideoGame/MaxPayne

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** [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Aang]]
''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': Aang.
** Rather iconic of two characters played by Creator/PatrickStewart, [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': Captain Picard]] and [[Film/{{X-Men}} Picard.
** ''Film/{{X-Men}}'':
Professor X]].
X.
** VideoGame/MaxPayne
''VideoGame/MaxPayne'': Max Payne.



** [[{{Superman}} Lex Luthor]]

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** [[{{Superman}} ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': Lex Luthor]]Luthor.



* Hermione Granger of the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' [[TheVerse book universe]], who is [[InsufferableGenius n]][[{{Tsundere}} o]][[BadassBookworm t]] innocent, but definitely ''is'' LawfulGood. Straight-haired EmmaWatson, however (whose hair has been getting smoother year by year!), plays her in [[Film/HarryPotter the film franchise]].

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* Hermione Granger of the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' [[TheVerse book universe]], who is [[InsufferableGenius n]][[{{Tsundere}} o]][[BadassBookworm t]] not]] innocent, but definitely ''is'' LawfulGood. Straight-haired EmmaWatson, Creator/EmmaWatson, however (whose hair has been getting smoother year by year!), plays her in [[Film/HarryPotter the film franchise]].



* Film/BlackDynamite

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* Film/BlackDynamite
''Film/BlackDynamite'': Black Dynamite.



* Nyssa in ''Series/DoctorWho''.

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* Nyssa in ''Series/DoctorWho''.''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Nyssa.



** The Eighth Doctor has rather long curly locks, and starts out quite innocent and childlike due to an unfortunate spot of amnesia. Even when he starts getting his memory back, he's still very [[ActualPacifist pacifistic]] and [[MessianicArchetype forgiving]]. Another aspect of his appearance which emphasizes his innocence: he walks around barefoot for quite a few scenes (even though he apparently ''does'' [[DoesNotLikeShoes like shoes]]).

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** The Eighth Doctor has rather long curly locks, and starts out quite innocent and childlike due to an unfortunate spot of amnesia. Even when he starts getting his memory back, he's still very [[ActualPacifist pacifistic]] and [[MessianicArchetype forgiving]]. Another aspect Notably, the more world-weary Eighth Doctor who re-appears in "Night of his appearance which emphasizes his innocence: he walks around barefoot for quite a few scenes (even though he apparently ''does'' [[DoesNotLikeShoes like shoes]]).the Doctor" has close-cropped hair.



* ShirleyTemple, now ShirleyTemple Black

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* ShirleyTemple, now ShirleyTemple BlackCreator/ShirleyTemple.



** Pretty much ''every'' character ever played by Helena Bonha mCarter in a Creator/TimBurton film, with the exception of Emily (whom she voiced) in ''WesternAnimation/CorpseBride''.

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** Pretty much ''every'' character ever played by Helena Bonha mCarter Bonham Carter in a Creator/TimBurton film, with the exception of Emily (whom she voiced) in ''WesternAnimation/CorpseBride''.



* Magenta, ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'', is a spectacular example.

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* Magenta, ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'', ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'':
** Magenta
is a spectacular example.



* [[ThePrisonerOfZenda Rupert of Hentzau]]

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* [[ThePrisonerOfZenda ''Literature/ThePrisonerOfZenda'': Rupert of Hentzau]]Hentzau.



%%* Drusilla, from ''Series/{{Buffy| The Vampire Slayer}}''.

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%%* Drusilla, from ''Series/{{Buffy| The Vampire Slayer}}''.Slayer}}'':
%%** Drusilla.
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* In keeping with some of the more "mildly trustworthy" points on the scale illustrated, Ray Carling from ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' and ''AshesToAshes'' has a droopy moustache which could either be full or the "RS Jake" horseshoe, and he is often rather more on the CowboyCop end of things for Sam Tyler or Alex Drake's comfort.

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* In keeping with some of the more "mildly trustworthy" points on the scale illustrated, Ray Carling from ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' and ''AshesToAshes'' ''Series/AshesToAshes'' has a droopy moustache which could either be full or the "RS Jake" horseshoe, and he is often rather more on the CowboyCop end of things for Sam Tyler or Alex Drake's comfort.
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* The [[AvatarTheAbridgedSeries much mocked]] beard of choice for Captain Zhao in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''.

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* The [[AvatarTheAbridgedSeries [[WebVideo/AvatarTheAbridgedSeries much mocked]] beard of choice for Captain Zhao in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''.
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* Subverted in ''CodeGeass'', where several female characters have hair like this (Nunnally, Marianne, Shirley, Euphy), but the one with the longest and wavier hair is... a ''cute little boy'' named V.V.

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* Subverted in ''CodeGeass'', ''Anime/CodeGeass'', where several female characters have hair like this (Nunnally, Marianne, Shirley, Euphy), but the one with the longest and wavier hair is... a ''cute little boy'' named V.V.
5th Dec '16 3:21:34 PM Morgenthaler
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By default {{Heroes}} tend towards clean shaves, whether it's because of artistic inertia or simple cultural popularity is up for grabs.[[note]]It is worth noting that the last United States President with any facial hair whatsoever is William Howard Taft, meaning our last century of Presidents has been clean-shaven.[[/note]] Sometimes movies made in countries or/of eras that are friendlier to facial hair have a higher number of heroes and extras with beards and moustaches, though it is still very common to find anachronistically clean shaven male main characters. A full, thick, and above all '''well trimmed''' beard is almost always a sign of the good guys (Dwarves, TheMentor, Santa, etc). You will never, ever see a good character with a [[YellowPeril Fu Manchu]] moustache, nor one with a pencil thin moustache, unless you are watching an ErrolFlynn movie, or in fact any movie from the 1930s or 40s. [[PermaStubble Stubbles]] are an exception, as they're usually a sign of {{Antihero}}ism and {{Badass}}itude.

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By default {{Heroes}} tend towards clean shaves, whether it's because of artistic inertia or simple cultural popularity is up for grabs.[[note]]It is worth noting that the last United States President with any facial hair whatsoever is William Howard Taft, meaning our last century of Presidents has been clean-shaven.[[/note]] Sometimes movies made in countries or/of eras that are friendlier to facial hair have a higher number of heroes and extras with beards and moustaches, though it is still very common to find anachronistically clean shaven male main characters. A full, thick, and above all '''well trimmed''' beard is almost always a sign of the good guys (Dwarves, TheMentor, Santa, etc). You will never, ever see a good character with a [[YellowPeril Fu Manchu]] moustache, nor one with a pencil thin moustache, unless you are watching an ErrolFlynn movie, or in fact any movie from the 1930s or 40s. [[PermaStubble Stubbles]] are an exception, as they're usually a sign of {{Antihero}}ism and {{Badass}}itude.
badassitude.



An AntiHero, of course, can go either way, although they rarely have the wispy beards. PermaStubble is popular for antiheroic characters (as well as the generally {{badass}}) as a contrast to clean-shaven heroes. One pop culture extreme is to get incredibly elaborate patterns in a full beard. Again, this depends on if the Anti-Hero is the grungy unkempt kind or is going for a Blade like extravagance.

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An AntiHero, of course, can go either way, although they rarely have the wispy beards. PermaStubble is popular for antiheroic characters (as well as the generally {{badass}}) badass) as a contrast to clean-shaven heroes. One pop culture extreme is to get incredibly elaborate patterns in a full beard. Again, this depends on if the Anti-Hero is the grungy unkempt kind or is going for a Blade like extravagance.



** Likewise, Captain Sisko looked pretty {{Badass}} with his facial hair in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''.

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** Likewise, Captain Sisko looked pretty {{Badass}} badass with his facial hair in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''.



* Subverted by Cleric Preston from ''Film/{{Equilibrium}}'': he starts out as a bad guy with slicked hair, [[spoiler:does a HeelFaceTurn, and keeps his {{badass}} hair.]]

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* Subverted by Cleric Preston from ''Film/{{Equilibrium}}'': he starts out as a bad guy with slicked hair, [[spoiler:does a HeelFaceTurn, and keeps his {{badass}} badass hair.]]
13th Nov '16 1:04:19 PM nombretomado
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* In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', John "GreenLantern" Stewart both [[ImportantHaircut shaved his head]] {{bald| of awesome}} ''and'' grew a goatee.

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* In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', John "GreenLantern" Stewart both [[ImportantHaircut shaved his head]] {{bald| of awesome}} ''and'' grew a goatee.
9th Nov '16 9:28:56 AM nombretomado
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* Jak acquired one in the switchover from the relatively innocent and idealistic ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxterThePrecursorLegacy'' to the much grittier ''{{Jak II| Renegade}}'', with corresponding change in personality.

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* Jak acquired one in the switchover from the relatively innocent and idealistic ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxterThePrecursorLegacy'' to the much grittier ''{{Jak ''VideoGame/{{Jak II| Renegade}}'', with corresponding change in personality.
24th Oct '16 5:58:20 PM nombretomado
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* [[GangsOfNewYork Bill "the Butcher"]] has an extravagant handlebar moustache, villainous Bowery Boys [[NiceHat stovepipe hat]] about 16 inches long, and sideburns. [[MemeticMutation Fear the 'stache]]!

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* [[GangsOfNewYork [[Film/GangsOfNewYork Bill "the Butcher"]] has an extravagant handlebar moustache, villainous Bowery Boys [[NiceHat stovepipe hat]] about 16 inches long, and sideburns. [[MemeticMutation Fear the 'stache]]!
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* ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'': Buzz's evil twin.

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* ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'': ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'': Buzz's evil twin.



* In one episode of ''SushiPack'', the Pack was sent to a mirror universe where all the males had goatees and all the females had heavy eyeshadow, regardless of whether they were good or evil.

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* In one episode of ''SushiPack'', ''WesternAnimation/SushiPack'', the Pack was sent to a mirror universe where all the males had goatees and all the females had heavy eyeshadow, regardless of whether they were good or evil.
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