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2nd Oct '16 7:35:45 PM MagnusForce
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* Molotov from ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', Lucius' top henchman and captain of his armies. Yes, he's named after ''that'' Molotov.
* Buff Frog from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'', Ludo's top henchman in the early part of the series and speaks in a Russian accent.
24th Sep '16 2:46:42 PM Odacon_Spy
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* In ''Webcomic/LackadaisyCats'' the bartender/rum runner/former muscle Viktor embodies this trope. He's not actually Russian, he's Slovakian (Strapping Slav?) but the accent is similar enough when rendered in text.

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* In ''Webcomic/LackadaisyCats'' ''Webcomic/{{Lackadaisy}}'' the bartender/rum runner/former muscle Viktor embodies this trope. He's not actually Russian, he's Slovakian (Strapping Slav?) but the accent is similar enough when rendered in text.
12th Sep '16 2:35:06 AM Psychopompos007
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* While the beat'em up ''VideoGame/MotherRussiaBleeds'' is set in Russia and has an exclusively Russian cast, the only playable character fitting this trope is Ivan, who is the tallest (he has the longest reach) and most muscular protagonist, as well as the MightyGlacier of the game. The three other player characters are smaller and leanier. The bosses been taller and stronger than the surrounding mooks, they also arguably fit the trope.
27th Aug '16 7:49:59 AM erforce
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** Marvel is also home to Cosmo, who appears in the pages of GuardiansOfTheGalaxy. He's a bit of an unusual example, being a talking Cosmonaut dog, but he's certainly got the personality for it.

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** Marvel is also home to Cosmo, who appears in the pages of GuardiansOfTheGalaxy.''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''. He's a bit of an unusual example, being a talking Cosmonaut dog, but he's certainly got the personality for it.
1st Aug '16 9:37:45 AM LentilSandEater
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* Most versions of ''Franchise/{{Spider Man}}'' foe Kraven the Hunter; in the original comics, Sergei Kravinoff could wrestle a lion in his sleep even without the mystic potions and herbs he uses when officially on the hunt. His son Aloysha, on the other hand, once knocked out the Rhino with one blow. Again, though, Kraven and his sons all used what amounted to herbal steroids to achieve this level of power.

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* Most versions of ''Franchise/{{Spider Man}}'' foe Man}}''
** Most versions of
Kraven the Hunter; in the original comics, Sergei Kravinoff could wrestle a lion in his sleep even without the mystic potions and herbs he uses when officially on the hunt. His son Aloysha, on the other hand, once knocked out the Rhino with one blow. Again, though, Kraven and his sons all used what amounted to herbal steroids to achieve this level of power.
1st Aug '16 9:35:09 AM LentilSandEater
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** Then again, Duo had a [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/megaman/images/9/95/Duo1.jpg different look]] before encountering Mega Man and crew, and was rebuilt into that design by Dr. Light.
*** If one ''really'' wants to be technical, Dive Man qualifies among Dr. Cossack's Robot Masters.
1st Aug '16 9:34:23 AM LentilSandEater
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* [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Colonel Volgin]] is a bit of one of these. And a DepravedBisexual. And a PsychoElectro.
** But then, ''Snake Eater'' was set in Russia; they didn't have much choice on his nationality.
** Subverted with the rest of the cast, who range from scrawny (Sokolov) to average (numerous [=NPCs=])

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* [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Colonel Volgin]] is a bit of one of these. And a DepravedBisexual. And a PsychoElectro.
** But then, ''Snake Eater'' was set in Russia; they didn't have much choice on his nationality.
** Subverted
PsychoElectro. Averted with the rest of the cast, who range from scrawny (Sokolov) to average (numerous [=NPCs=])
1st Aug '16 9:30:52 AM LentilSandEater
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* P.J. O'Rourke, in his book "Eat the Rich," records his visit to Russia, writing "Russians are a people of largeness: large bodies, large gestures, large voices. In fact, Russians are enormous. Being an average-size American in St. Petersburg is like being a girl gymnast at a Teamsters convention. And these are Russians who were raised on potatoes and suet with bread that you could use for a boat anchor. Envision them after twenty years of good nutrition. Twenty years from now, Americans may ask themselves if winning the Cold War was worth losing the Super Bowl."
** The only thing preventing losing the Super Bowl to Russians is that TheNewRussia's hypercapitalism isn't exactly providing good nutrition to the poor (that is, like 90% of the population).
** Or, rather, that no one in Russia ever gives a shit about American Football,[[note]]UsefulNotes/IceHockey or UsefulNotes/TheBeautifulGame, on the other hand...[[/note]] as that [[HollywoodCuisine nutrition stuff]] is safely a thing of [[TheNineties the past]].

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* P.J. O'Rourke, in his book "Eat the Rich," records his visit to Russia, writing "Russians are a people of largeness: large bodies, large gestures, large voices. In fact, Russians are enormous. Being an average-size American in St. Petersburg is like being a girl gymnast at a Teamsters convention. And these are Russians who were raised on potatoes and suet with bread that you could use for a boat anchor. Envision them after twenty years of good nutrition. Twenty years from now, Americans may ask themselves if winning the Cold War was worth losing the Super Bowl."
** The only thing preventing losing
" This didn't actually become a problem for the Super Bowl to Americans since the Russians is that TheNewRussia's hypercapitalism isn't exactly providing good nutrition to the poor (that is, like 90% of the population).
** Or, rather, that no one
are more interested in Russia ever gives a shit about American Football,[[note]]UsefulNotes/IceHockey UsefulNotes/IceHockey or UsefulNotes/TheBeautifulGame, on but the other hand...[[/note]] as that [[HollywoodCuisine nutrition stuff]] is safely a thing of [[TheNineties the past]].food situation improved massively.
21st Jul '16 7:05:12 AM RezaMaulana98
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* Vitaly Petrov, Russia's first UsefulNotes/FormulaOne driver, is currently the tallest driver on the grid at 1.85 meters (about 6') and one of the heaviest.

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* Vitaly Petrov, Russia's first UsefulNotes/FormulaOne driver, is currently the tallest driver on the grid at 1.85 meters (about 6') and one of the heaviest.heaviest during his stint in Formula One.
26th Jun '16 6:59:35 PM TheWanderer
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** Also, Ukrainians Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko, who stand at about 6'6" and 6'8" respectively, and go into the ring at 240 and 250 pounds. They hold all four heavyweight titles between them. [[http://x17.xanga.com/a86f513064730257045933/w204517171.jpg A Klitschko fist may be bigger than your head]].

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** Also, Ukrainians Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko, who stand at about 6'6" and 6'8" respectively, and go into the ring at 240 and 250 pounds. They At one point they hold all four heavyweight titles between them. [[http://x17.xanga.com/a86f513064730257045933/w204517171.jpg A Klitschko fist may be bigger than the size of your head]].
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