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19th Jan '17 11:35:32 AM flodoris
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** Madara Uchiha. [[spoiler:The BigBad, Tobi, was using his identity because Madara was feared so much. But even though he's supposedly been dead for awhile, he comes back as an immortal, regenerating being with unlimited chakra, a massive Susanoo that causes a high degree of damage by swinging its sword, and capable of creating clones indistinguishable from himself and as powerful as him. Seven of the strongest people in existence barely inconvenienced him, even Naruto has failed to significantly hinder him. But when it seems that the heroes finally found a way to beat him, [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands he simply pulls out a new ability from nowhere]] or [[DiabolusExMachina happen is any unexpected event which plays into his hands]] [[{{Asspull}} even if it was previously shown that it is impossible]]. WordOfGod states he has no weaknesses. Though one of the morals of the series was supposed to be that the new generations would surpass the old but probably to Madara this does not apply. As it stands, he has almost every power in the series available to him, and is inexplicably more powerful than anything that should be able to kill or wound him. Kishimoto stated at Jump Festa 2014 that OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow has hit WritersBlock at this point. The solution he came up with was for Madara to be backstabbed by Princess Kaguya, one of only two beings who is truly stronger than him, and her to take over as the villain. And then Kaguya [[FauxActionGirl puts up much less of a fight then Madara ever did]] (so that there less than any other antagonist in the series) and [[AntiClimaxBoss was defeated in about ten chapters]] while it took Madara over a hundred to finally go down.]]

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** Madara Uchiha. [[spoiler:The BigBad, Tobi, was using his identity because Madara was feared so much. But even though he's supposedly been dead for awhile, he comes back as an immortal, regenerating being with unlimited chakra, a massive Susanoo that causes a high degree of damage by swinging its sword, and capable of creating clones indistinguishable from himself and as powerful as him. Seven of the strongest people in existence barely inconvenienced him, even Naruto has failed to significantly hinder him. But even when it seems that the heroes finally found a way to beat him, [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands he simply pulls out a new ability from nowhere]] or [[DiabolusExMachina happen is any unexpected event which plays into to his hands]] advantage]] [[{{Asspull}} even if it was previously shown that it is impossible]]. WordOfGod states he has no weaknesses. Though one of the morals of the series was supposed to be that the new generations would surpass the old but probably apparently to Madara this does not apply. As it stands, he has almost every power in the series available to him, and is inexplicably more powerful than anything that should be able to kill or wound him. Kishimoto stated at Jump Festa 2014 that OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow has hit WritersBlock at this point. The solution he came up with was for Madara to be backstabbed by Princess Kaguya, one of only two beings who is truly stronger than him, and her to take over as the villain. And then Kaguya [[FauxActionGirl puts up much less of a fight then Madara ever did]] (so that there less than any other antagonist in the series) and [[AntiClimaxBoss was defeated in about ten chapters]] while it took Madara over a hundred to finally go down.]]
19th Jan '17 5:38:13 AM flodoris
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** Madara Uchiha. [[spoiler:The BigBad, Tobi, was using his identity because Madara was feared so much. But even though he's supposedly been dead for awhile, he comes back as an immortal, regenerating being with unlimited chakra, a massive Susanoo that causes a high degree of damage by swinging its sword, and capable of creating clones indistinguishable from himself and as powerful as him. Seven of the strongest people in existence barely inconvenienced him, even Naruto has failed to significantly hinder him. Edo Tensei, the technique that revived him, was permanently negated, and every person who was revived by it returned to being dead... with the sole exception of him, as he can apparently use that same technique on himself without [[EquivalentExchange sacrificing anyone]].]] WordOfGod states he has no weaknesses. Though one of the morals of the series was supposed to be that the new generations would surpass the old, in keeping [[spoiler: Madara]] a threat, the author decided to have practically every other ArcVillain hand him more power (willingly or not). As it stands, he has almost every power in the series available to him, and is inexplicably more powerful than anything that should be able to kill or wound him. Kishimoto stated at Jump Festa 2014 that OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow has hit WritersBlock at this point. The solution he came up with was [[spoiler: for Madara to be backstabbed by Princess Kaguya, one of only two beings who is truly stronger than him, and her to take over as the villain. And to keep ''her'' from utterly destroying everyone in five seconds flat, she seems to be [[WasOnceAMan not entirely human]] anymore and thus nearly mindless]].
** Tobi is more restrained example. Most fights with him in the series consists of him spamming Kamui with reckless abandon. When Konan attempts to exploit this, he uses [[RealityWarper Izanagi]] to survive at the cost of his left eye. [[spoiler:When he beaten to an inch of his life and Madara betraying him and robbing him of his life support, he shows that it was all part of [[DeliberateInjuryGambit his plan]] to become the Ten Tails Jinchuuriki. And even when he overwhelmed by its power and his psyche is nearly torn to pieces, he all the same subdues it through sheer force of will and becoming full PhysicalGod. He eventually was defeated but this was mostly only due to [[AntiVillain his internal conflict.]]]]
** To a lesser extent, before he [[HeelFaceTurn become heroic]] - or, before it became known that he was heroic all along - Itachi Uchiha was effectively only limited by [[WorfHadTheFlu minor]] [[SanityHasAdvantages inconveniences]], was able to ignore the established canon rules, and [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands gained powers frequently]].

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** Madara Uchiha. [[spoiler:The BigBad, Tobi, was using his identity because Madara was feared so much. But even though he's supposedly been dead for awhile, he comes back as an immortal, regenerating being with unlimited chakra, a massive Susanoo that causes a high degree of damage by swinging its sword, and capable of creating clones indistinguishable from himself and as powerful as him. Seven of the strongest people in existence barely inconvenienced him, even Naruto has failed to significantly hinder him. Edo Tensei, the technique But when it seems that revived the heroes finally found a way to beat him, [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands he simply pulls out a new ability from nowhere]] or [[DiabolusExMachina happen is any unexpected event which plays into his hands]] [[{{Asspull}} even if it was permanently negated, and every person who was revived by it returned to being dead... with the sole exception of him, as he can apparently use previously shown that same technique on himself without [[EquivalentExchange sacrificing anyone]].]] it is impossible]]. WordOfGod states he has no weaknesses. Though one of the morals of the series was supposed to be that the new generations would surpass the old, in keeping [[spoiler: Madara]] a threat, the author decided old but probably to have practically every other ArcVillain hand him more power (willingly or not).Madara this does not apply. As it stands, he has almost every power in the series available to him, and is inexplicably more powerful than anything that should be able to kill or wound him. Kishimoto stated at Jump Festa 2014 that OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow has hit WritersBlock at this point. The solution he came up with was [[spoiler: for Madara to be backstabbed by Princess Kaguya, one of only two beings who is truly stronger than him, and her to take over as the villain. And to keep ''her'' from utterly destroying everyone then Kaguya [[FauxActionGirl puts up much less of a fight then Madara ever did]] (so that there less than any other antagonist in five seconds flat, she seems to be [[WasOnceAMan not entirely human]] anymore the series) and thus nearly mindless]].
[[AntiClimaxBoss was defeated in about ten chapters]] while it took Madara over a hundred to finally go down.]]
** Tobi [[spoiler:aka Obito Uchiha]] is more restrained example.example this trope. Most fights with him in the series consists of him spamming Kamui with reckless abandon. When Konan attempts to exploit this, he uses [[RealityWarper Izanagi]] to survive at the cost of his left eye. When Edo Tensei was canceled and he is not able to capture Naruto and Bee, he still compensates for the missing beasts by using smaller pieces of their chakra that he collected earlier for revival the Ten-Tails. [[spoiler:When he beaten to an inch of his life and Madara betraying him and robbing him of his life support, he shows that it was all part of [[DeliberateInjuryGambit his his]] [[FailureGambit plan]] to become the Ten Tails Jinchuuriki. And even when he overwhelmed by its power and his psyche is nearly torn to pieces, he all the same subdues it through sheer force of will and becoming full PhysicalGod. He eventually was defeated but this was mostly only due to [[AntiVillain his internal conflict.]]]]
** To a lesser extent, before he [[HeelFaceTurn become heroic]] - or, before it became known that he was heroic all along - Itachi Uchiha was effectively only limited by [[WorfHadTheFlu minor]] [[SanityHasAdvantages inconveniences]], was able to ignore the established canon rules, and [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands gained powers frequently]].
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17th Jan '17 1:52:58 PM infernape612
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': Beerus from the [[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods 14th movie]], who dishes out MASSIVE [[CurbStompBattle CurbStompBattles]] to Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan 2 Vegeta, Ultimate Gohan, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Good Buu, and the rest of the Z-Fighters. It's so bad that even when Goku [[spoiler: gains access to the [[SuperMode Super Saiyan God Form]] (which is said to be the strongest form a Saiyan can attain)]], Beerus is still stronger than him, even when not using his full power. To point it out, he's the only antagonist in the Dragon Ball Z series to never be defeated, only giving up his plans to destroy the world because he's too tired to go through with it. Justified since he is a PhysicalGod, and his unquestioned power is fundamental to the universe.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': Beerus from the [[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods 14th movie]], who dishes out MASSIVE [[CurbStompBattle CurbStompBattles]] Curb-Stomp Battles]] to Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan 2 Vegeta, Ultimate Gohan, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Good Buu, and the rest of the Z-Fighters. It's so bad that even when Goku [[spoiler: gains access to the [[SuperMode Super Saiyan God Form]] (which is said to be the strongest form a Saiyan can attain)]], Beerus is still stronger than him, even when not using his full power. To point it out, he's the only antagonist in the Dragon Ball Z series to never be defeated, only giving up his plans to destroy the world because he's too tired to go through with it. Justified since he is a PhysicalGod, and his unquestioned power is fundamental to the universe.
17th Jan '17 1:50:01 PM infernape612
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** [[spoiler:Finally Subverted in the second-to-last episode of season 2, where the team [[OutGambitted out wits]] the Light, derailing their plans and capturing two of them while the others flee. Vandal Savage even states that no one else has ever managed to disrupt his plans so much before.]]

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** [[spoiler:Finally Subverted subverted in the second-to-last episode of season 2, where the team [[OutGambitted out wits]] outwits]] the Light, derailing their plans and capturing two of them while the others flee. Vandal Savage even states that no one else has ever managed to disrupt his plans so much before.]]



*** Black Beetle does nothing but roll over everyone in his way. Superboy goes down in one hit, Wondergirl's only credit is that he has to hit her at least 10 times to get her to stay down, he can easily track Impulse's movements and nobody else can even come close to denting him. Only Blue Beetle with scarab in control cased him any problems, and even then he probably couldn't win. Superman probably could have but he was convieiently off world whenever Black was around. The Light's people don't do any better as Beetle effortlessly holds off Deathstroke and Black Manta and his troopers[[spoiler:and kills Ra's Al Ghul, though he can ressurect.]] Even MONGOL can at best stalemate him. [[spoiler: Aqualad's first 5 minutes being officially back in uniform end with Beetle stomping him too. Green Beetle might have been able to win, but he hacks and destroys his Scarab. He's FINALLY defeated when Blue Beetle and scarab working together hack and destroy his Scarab. And even though destroying a scarab is usually fatal for all but a Martian, Black STILL survives, albeit now powerless.]]

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*** Black Beetle does nothing but roll over everyone in his way. Superboy goes down in one hit, Wondergirl's only credit is that he has to hit her at least 10 times to get her to stay down, he can easily track Impulse's movements and nobody else can even come close to denting him. Only Blue Beetle with scarab in control cased him any problems, and even then he probably couldn't win. Superman probably could have but he was convieiently off world whenever Black was around. The Light's people don't do any better as Beetle effortlessly holds off Deathstroke and Black Manta and his troopers[[spoiler:and troopers [[spoiler:and kills Ra's Al Ghul, though he can ressurect.resurrect.]] Even MONGOL can at best stalemate him. [[spoiler: Aqualad's first 5 minutes being officially back in uniform end with Beetle stomping him too. Green Beetle might have been able to win, but he hacks and destroys his Scarab. He's FINALLY defeated when Blue Beetle and scarab his Scarab working together hack and destroy his Scarab. And even though destroying a scarab Scarab is usually fatal for all but a Martian, Black STILL survives, albeit now powerless.]]
11th Jan '17 7:52:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* The zombies in the first three ''Film/ReturnOfTheLivingDead'' are essentially a similar concept done right. Yes, they are universally hostile. Yes, they as as intelligent as they were before death. Yes, they're shown to be almost completely unkillable, save complete immolation (though in the first film doing this only allowed the trioxid to spread further). However, it helps that they're mostly comedic villains, and their hunger for brains prevents them from thinking rationally in most situations, allowing the highly GenreSavvy and resourceful protagonists to frequently (albeit temporarily) incapacitate them through various forms of dismemberment. And though they appear to win in the first film, this was mostly due to the military's blunders, and the sequel {{retcons}} this, and gives them a new weakness in electricity.

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* The zombies in the first three ''Film/ReturnOfTheLivingDead'' are essentially a similar concept done right. Yes, they are universally hostile. Yes, they as as intelligent as they were before death. Yes, they're shown to be almost completely unkillable, save complete immolation (though in the first film doing this only allowed the trioxid to spread further). However, it helps that they're mostly comedic villains, and their hunger for brains prevents them from thinking rationally in most situations, allowing the highly GenreSavvy and resourceful protagonists to frequently (albeit temporarily) incapacitate them through various forms of dismemberment. And though they appear to win in the first film, this was mostly due to the military's blunders, and the sequel {{retcons}} {{retcon}}s this, and gives them a new weakness in electricity.
11th Jan '17 7:50:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* Amon in ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''; seriously, the guy goes as far as ''preventing'' a BigBadEnsemble by defeating his rival in ''[[CurbStompBattle one fight]]'' [[NoSell after displaying immunity to said Rival's powers]]. And he did nothing but ''win'' until the finale, even succeeding in de-powering two major characters [[spoiler:(though temporary)]]. Fortunately, this was balanced by a good CharacterDevelopment in the finale, a notable charisma, and while Amon never exactly lost, his victories weren't always perfect. It also helps that they explain why he was so invincible. [[spoiler: Although exactly how bloodbending can take away a person's bending isn't clearly explained, though the guy is an expert Chi Blocker]].

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* Amon in ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''; ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'':
** Amon;
seriously, the guy goes as far as ''preventing'' a BigBadEnsemble by defeating his rival in ''[[CurbStompBattle one fight]]'' [[NoSell after displaying immunity to said Rival's powers]]. And he did nothing but ''win'' until the finale, even succeeding in de-powering two major characters [[spoiler:(though temporary)]]. Fortunately, this was balanced by a good CharacterDevelopment in the finale, a notable charisma, and while Amon never exactly lost, his victories weren't always perfect. It also helps that they explain why he was so invincible. [[spoiler: Although exactly how bloodbending can take away a person's bending isn't clearly explained, though the guy is an expert Chi Blocker]].
11th Jan '17 7:49:41 AM Morgenthaler
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** Soundwave from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' is the most blatant example of this trope in the show. In every situation where he had to get directly involved in the plot, he ''always'' found a way to win. Encounters Arcee or Airachnid? He Groundbridges them away. Fights Wheeljack for a Iacon relic? He wins. Gets in a dogfight with Optimus Prime? He knocks him out of the sky with Laserbeak. Gets captured by the Autobots? He ''breaks himself out''. Soundwave was flat out unstoppable until [[spoiler: the series finale, where he gets trapped in the Shadowzone by the kids.]] But unlike most examples, this was part of the reason why he was so well liked by the fans (also helped that he didn't come off as completely infallible). It also helps that he was a lot less active than the other Decepticons so he didn't suffer from overexposure.
*** And from Season 3 of the same show, we have [[PrehistoricMonster Predaking]]. Think Soundwave, then crank it up. '''[[UpToEleven All]]''' the way up. 95% precent of the guy's screentime is him steamrolling over anyone dumb enough to trade blows with him. In his debut appearance, he's managed to survive everything that's thrown at him. That incudes various weaponry, burying him under rocks, and the ''detonation of an entire Energon mine''. And when he reveals his robot mode, he's still as much of a powerhouse as before as he nearly kills Wheeljack and Ultra Magnus, who were only saved by Optimus's BigDamnHeroes moment. He later goes on to ''beat Optimus in a straight-on fight'', the same Optimus who can regularly go toe-to-toe with Megatron. [[spoiler: And later still, he gets in a fight with Megatron and would've most likely won had Starscream not interfered.]] By the time the series ends, he's only got '''one''' loss to his name and that's with [[spoiler: A [[DemonicPossession Unicron-possessed Megatron]]. But even then, he fared much better than the Autobots did.]] Much like Soundwave, this was part of the reason so many fans like him. It also helps that like Soundwave, he wasn't as active as most Decepticons so he didn't suffer overexposure.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'':
** Soundwave from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' is the most blatant example of this trope in the show. In every situation where he had to get directly involved in the plot, he ''always'' found a way to win. Encounters Arcee or Airachnid? He Groundbridges them away. Fights Wheeljack for a Iacon relic? He wins. Gets in a dogfight with Optimus Prime? He knocks him out of the sky with Laserbeak. Gets captured by the Autobots? He ''breaks himself out''. Soundwave was flat out unstoppable until [[spoiler: the series finale, where he gets trapped in the Shadowzone by the kids.]] But unlike most examples, this was part of the reason why he was so well liked by the fans (also helped that he didn't come off as completely infallible). It also helps that he was a lot less active than the other Decepticons so he didn't suffer from overexposure.
*** ** And from Season 3 of the same show, we have [[PrehistoricMonster Predaking]]. Think Soundwave, then crank it up. '''[[UpToEleven All]]''' the way up. 95% precent of the guy's screentime is him steamrolling over anyone dumb enough to trade blows with him. In his debut appearance, he's managed to survive everything that's thrown at him. That incudes various weaponry, burying him under rocks, and the ''detonation of an entire Energon mine''. And when he reveals his robot mode, he's still as much of a powerhouse as before as he nearly kills Wheeljack and Ultra Magnus, who were only saved by Optimus's BigDamnHeroes moment. He later goes on to ''beat Optimus in a straight-on fight'', the same Optimus who can regularly go toe-to-toe with Megatron. [[spoiler: And later still, he gets in a fight with Megatron and would've most likely won had Starscream not interfered.]] By the time the series ends, he's only got '''one''' loss to his name and that's with [[spoiler: A [[DemonicPossession Unicron-possessed Megatron]]. But even then, he fared much better than the Autobots did.]] Much like Soundwave, this was part of the reason so many fans like him. It also helps that like Soundwave, he wasn't as active as most Decepticons so he didn't suffer overexposure.
11th Jan '17 7:49:18 AM Morgenthaler
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** On the subject of ''Transformers'', Soundwave from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' is the most blatant example of this trope in the show. In every situation where he had to get directly involved in the plot, he ''always'' found a way to win. Encounters Arcee or Airachnid? He Groundbridges them away. Fights Wheeljack for a Iacon relic? He wins. Gets in a dogfight with Optimus Prime? He knocks him out of the sky with Laserbeak. Gets captured by the Autobots? He ''breaks himself out''. Soundwave was flat out unstoppable until [[spoiler: the series finale, where he gets trapped in the Shadowzone by the kids.]] But unlike most examples, this was part of the reason why he was so well liked by the fans (also helped that he didn't come off as completely infallible). It also helps that he was a lot less active than the other Decepticons so he didn't suffer from overexposure.

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** On the subject of ''Transformers'', Soundwave from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' is the most blatant example of this trope in the show. In every situation where he had to get directly involved in the plot, he ''always'' found a way to win. Encounters Arcee or Airachnid? He Groundbridges them away. Fights Wheeljack for a Iacon relic? He wins. Gets in a dogfight with Optimus Prime? He knocks him out of the sky with Laserbeak. Gets captured by the Autobots? He ''breaks himself out''. Soundwave was flat out unstoppable until [[spoiler: the series finale, where he gets trapped in the Shadowzone by the kids.]] But unlike most examples, this was part of the reason why he was so well liked by the fans (also helped that he didn't come off as completely infallible). It also helps that he was a lot less active than the other Decepticons so he didn't suffer from overexposure.
11th Jan '17 7:46:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* Bill Williamson, {{Crazy Prepared}} {{Chessmaster}} CreatorsPet {{Villain Protagonist}} from Uwe Boll's "Film/{{Rampage}} 1 & 2 plays this straight as a bloody arrow. In both films, his titular rampages go exactly according to plan, and he kills nearly a hundred innocents per film with out even a scratch, and gets away Scott-free by either a {{Frame up}} or by faking his death. In his defense, most of his victims are unarmed civilians who can't fight back, but even when the authorities do manage to engage him, his homemade Kevlar suit and {{Bottomless Magazines}} make him pretty much unbeatable. The closest anyone came to landing a blow on him was in the first film, where a civilian tackled him from behind and called to the others to help him disarm Williamson, but this scene just serves to show why such a tactic wouldn't work, as Bill somehow manages to slit the man's throat with an army knife we saw him equip earlier and gun down the the other civvies in retaliation, even though the man was on his back, and Bill was in a physically constraining Kevlar suit.

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* Bill Williamson, {{Crazy Prepared}} {{Chessmaster}} CreatorsPet {{Villain Protagonist}} from Uwe Boll's "Film/{{Rampage}} 1 & 2 ''Film/{{Rampage}}'' trilogy plays this straight as a bloody arrow. In both films, his titular rampages go exactly according to plan, and he kills nearly a hundred innocents per film with out even a scratch, and gets away Scott-free by either a {{Frame up}} or by faking his death. In his defense, most of his victims are unarmed civilians who can't fight back, but even when the authorities do manage to engage him, his homemade Kevlar suit and {{Bottomless Magazines}} make him pretty much unbeatable. The closest anyone came to landing a blow on him was in the first film, where a civilian tackled him from behind and called to the others to help him disarm Williamson, but this scene just serves to show why such a tactic wouldn't work, as Bill somehow manages to slit the man's throat with an army knife we saw him equip earlier and gun down the the other civvies in retaliation, even though the man was on his back, and Bill was in a physically constraining Kevlar suit. Subverted in the final movie where he once again takes out loads of FBI and SWAT personel who've come to apprehend or take out someone who's by then become the biggest mass murderer in American history, but he finally bites it at the end.
11th Jan '17 6:10:36 AM Morgenthaler
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** The zombies in the first three ''Film/ReturnOfTheLivingDead'' are essentially a similar concept done right. Yes, they are universally hostile. Yes, they as as intelligent as they were before death. Yes, they're shown to be almost completely unkillable, save complete immolation (though in the first film doing this only allowed the trioxid to spread further). However, it helps that they're mostly comedic villains, and their hunger for brains prevents them from thinking rationally in most situations, allowing the highly GenreSavvy and resourceful protagonists to frequently (albeit temporarily) incapacitate them through various forms of dismemberment. And though they appear to win in the first film, this was mostly due to the military's blunders, and the sequel {{retcons}} this, and gives them a new weakness in electricity.

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** * The zombies in the first three ''Film/ReturnOfTheLivingDead'' are essentially a similar concept done right. Yes, they are universally hostile. Yes, they as as intelligent as they were before death. Yes, they're shown to be almost completely unkillable, save complete immolation (though in the first film doing this only allowed the trioxid to spread further). However, it helps that they're mostly comedic villains, and their hunger for brains prevents them from thinking rationally in most situations, allowing the highly GenreSavvy and resourceful protagonists to frequently (albeit temporarily) incapacitate them through various forms of dismemberment. And though they appear to win in the first film, this was mostly due to the military's blunders, and the sequel {{retcons}} this, and gives them a new weakness in electricity.
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