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2nd May '18 8:14:57 AM LlamaAdventure
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* UsefulNotes/{{The Silver Age|of Comic Books}} version of the Mad Hatter--the one with the red handlebar mustache - centered all his crimes around hats and other headgear.

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* UsefulNotes/{{The Silver Age|of Comic Books}} version of the Mad Hatter--the one with the red handlebar mustache - centered all his crimes around hats and other headgear. Everything he does is also themed around ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''.
2nd May '18 8:12:14 AM LlamaAdventure
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** In other instances, Calendar Man is relatively sane and calm for most of the year...except on holidays, when he always commits some horrific themed crime (such as cutting a woman's brake line on April Fool's Day as a "prank" or attempting to blow up a maternity ward on ''Labor'' Day).

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** In other instances, Calendar Man is relatively sane and calm for most of the year...except on holidays, when he always commits some horrific themed crime (such as cutting a woman's brake line on April Fool's Day as a "prank" or attempting to blow up a maternity ward on ''Labor'' Day). In the ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' he tries committing crimes on more obscure holidays, both as a change of pace and perhaps to become more unpredictable to the authorities.
2nd May '18 8:08:17 AM LlamaAdventure
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* Given how the world of ''VideoGame/ZenoClash'' is borderline lawless there's not much in the way of crime to commit, but the Corwids are typically utterly fixated on performing a single task, and sometimes that single task involves them hurting or killing other people.

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* Given how the world of ''VideoGame/ZenoClash'' is borderline lawless there's not much in the way of crime to commit, but the Corwids are typically utterly fixated on performing a single task, task [[BlueAndOrangeMorality to the exclusion of outside morality]] or even their own physical well-being, and sometimes that single task involves them hurting or killing other people.
2nd May '18 8:06:45 AM LlamaAdventure
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* Given how the world of ''VideoGame/ZenoClash'' is borderline lawless there's not much in the way of crime to commit, but the Corwids are typically utterly fixated on performing a single task, and sometimes that single task involves them hurting or killing other people.
19th Feb '18 2:14:28 PM margdean56
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* UsefulNotes/{{The Silver Age|of Comic Books}} version of the Mad Hatter - the one with the red handlebar mustache - centered all his crimes around hats and other headgear.

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* UsefulNotes/{{The Silver Age|of Comic Books}} version of the Mad Hatter - the Hatter--the one with the red handlebar mustache - centered all his crimes around hats and other headgear.



* It's DependingOnTheWriter, but ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} has a tenancy to go after anything that has to do with cats.

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* It's DependingOnTheWriter, but ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} has a tenancy tendency to go after anything that has to do with cats.



* Maxie Zeus is a gang leader who believes himself to be the reincarnation of the Greek god Zeus. [[WrongGenreSavvy He is not.]] It's almost laugable given that the Greek Gods' existence is an established fact within the DC universe, what with [[Franchise/WonderWoman a well-known superheroine]] tracing her origin back to [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Greek Mythology]]. The key word being ''almost'', as he's very intelligent and resourceful despite his delusions.

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* Maxie Zeus is a gang leader who believes himself to be the reincarnation of the Greek god Zeus. [[WrongGenreSavvy He is not.]] It's almost laugable laughable given that the Greek Gods' existence is an established fact within the DC universe, what with [[Franchise/WonderWoman a well-known superheroine]] tracing her origin back to [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Greek Mythology]]. The key word being ''almost'', as he's very intelligent and resourceful despite his delusions.
9th Feb '18 2:56:39 PM Storygirl000
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** [[MindControlDevice Mr. Big]], who extensively uses mind control in his schemes.
18th Jan '18 3:29:50 PM Slevin7777
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* Serial killers in real life often have a distinctive modus operandi that allows criminal investigators to identify them, some of them even leave clues behind to taint the authorities.

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* Serial killers in real life often have a distinctive modus operandi that allows criminal investigators to identify them, some of them even leave clues behind to taint taunt the authorities.
9th Nov '17 4:09:05 AM Luppercus
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* Also invoked in ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': Sheldon is obsessive-compulsive, neurotic, mysophobic and other many disorders that can be easily classify as monomania, prompting Leonard to say in one episode:
-->The guy's one lab accident away from being a super villain.
8th Nov '17 11:24:01 PM Luppercus
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* Serial killers in real life often have a distinctive modus operandi that allow criminal investigators to identify them, some of them even leave clues behind to taint the authorities.

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* Serial killers in real life often have a distinctive modus operandi that allow allows criminal investigators to identify them, some of them even leave clues behind to taint the authorities.
8th Nov '17 11:22:48 PM Luppercus
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* Spoofed by Creator/JerrySeinfeld in ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'''s episode "The Robbery":

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* Spoofed [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by Creator/JerrySeinfeld in ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'''s episode "The Robbery":
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