History Main / JackTheRipOff

6th Feb '16 4:26:09 PM Odacon_Spy
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* ''{{Ripper}}'', of course, the killer was inspired by a Jack the Ripper game. The killer is [[spoiler:decided at random upon game start out of four persons (or can be forced through a start up parameter. You can in fact kill an innocent in the last scene]].
to:
* ''{{Ripper}}'', of course, the killer was inspired by a Jack the Ripper game. The killer is [[spoiler:decided at random upon game start out of four persons (or can be forced through a start up parameter.parameter). You can in fact kill an innocent in the last scene]].
4th Feb '16 2:46:39 AM LondonKdS
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* In the Britain-themed ''Wisdom'' miniseries by Marvel, one issue has a guy who can summon up things from alternate realities and because he's a Jack the Ripper fanatic, alternate Jack the Rippers keep appearing. Some of which look like bad movie villains, one of which is a riff on ''From Hell,'' one of which is an ape with a straight razor, one of which is apparently a rival prostitute. Most are wearing top hats and capes, of course.
to:
* In the Britain-themed ''Wisdom'' miniseries by Marvel, one issue has a guy who can summon up things from alternate realities and because he's a Jack the Ripper fanatic, alternate Jack the Rippers keep appearing. Some of which look like bad movie villains, one of which is a riff on ''From Hell,'' one of which is an ape with a straight razor, one of which is apparently a rival prostitute. prostitute, and one of which is actually Franchise/SherlockHolmes! (The last one was a reference to Michael Dibdin's notoriously trolling crime novel ''The Last Sherlock Holmes Story''.) Most are wearing top hats and capes, of course.

Added DiffLines:
* ''Series/BronBroen'': ** In [[spoiler:the second season]], the Britain-themed ''Wisdom'' miniseries by Marvel, one issue has a guy who can summon up things from alternate realities and because he's a Jack the Ripper fanatic, alternate Jack the Rippers keep appearing. Some [[spoiler:second group of which look like bad movie villains, one of which is a riff on ''From Hell,'' one of which is an ape animal-masked terrorists]] are (much less dangerous) copycats with no actual connection. ** In [[spoiler:the third season]], the [[spoiler:second murder]] is committed by a straight razor, one copycat, giving a misleading impression of which is apparently a rival prostitute. Most are wearing top hats and capes, of course.the real killer's motivation.
16th Jan '16 7:30:51 PM ThePest179
Is there an issue? Send a Message
-->-- '''John Doe''', [[Film/Se7en]]
to:
-->-- '''John Doe''', [[Film/Se7en]] {{Film/Se7en}}
16th Jan '16 7:30:28 PM ThePest179
Is there an issue? Send a Message
to:
->''What I've done is going to be puzzled over... and studied... and followed... forever.'' -->-- '''John Doe''', [[Film/Se7en]]
17th Dec '15 11:50:43 AM FF32
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Played with in [[SCPFoundation SCP]] [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-668 668]], a chef's knife that makes its holder to go on a killing spree and inspires apathy in anyone observing to such a degree they are unable to do anything to help the victims. The incident that brought it to the foundation's attention references a real life murder that helped popularize the idea of the BystanderEffect.
to:
Played with in [[SCPFoundation [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP]] [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-668 668]], a chef's knife that makes its holder to go on a killing spree and inspires apathy in anyone observing to such a degree they are unable to do anything to help the victims. The incident that brought it to the foundation's attention references a real life murder that helped popularize the idea of the BystanderEffect.
26th Nov '15 3:05:09 AM erforce
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* The title character of ''MrBrooks'' commits a very similar murder to [[spoiler:the one his daughter commits]] in order to confuse the authorities.
to:
* The title character of ''MrBrooks'' ''Film/MrBrooks'' commits a very similar murder to [[spoiler:the one his daughter commits]] in order to confuse the authorities.
28th Oct '15 11:45:32 AM FF32
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* In ''HeavyRain'', [[spoiler: Gordi Kramer is responsible for the death of Joseph Brown and attempts to cover his own tracks by making it look like the work of the Origami Killer. This is the main reason that the real killer, Scott Shelby, is interested in investigating Kramer]].
to:
* In ''HeavyRain'', ''VideoGame/HeavyRain'', [[spoiler: Gordi Kramer is responsible for the death of Joseph Brown and attempts to cover his own tracks by making it look like the work of the Origami Killer. This is the main reason that the real killer, Scott Shelby, is interested in investigating Kramer]].
12th Sep '15 4:17:36 PM ultimomant
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* In ''Film/TheHumanCentipede 2 (Final Sequence)'' the main character becomes so obsessed with a DVD of the original movie that he goes out to create his own centipede.
to:
* In ''Film/TheHumanCentipede 2 (Final (Full Sequence)'' the main character becomes so obsessed with a DVD of the original movie that he goes out to create his own centipede.
28th Aug '15 1:32:56 PM Willbyr
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* In ''VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi'', [[spoiler:'''everyone''']] is doing this, trying to keep their true intentions unknown by making their crimes look like the result of Oyashiro-sama's curse. [[spoiler: As we learn in the second season, the real Oyashiro-sama is not pleased.]]
to:
* In ''VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi'', ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'', [[spoiler:'''everyone''']] is doing this, trying to keep their true intentions unknown by making their crimes look like the result of Oyashiro-sama's curse. [[spoiler: As we learn in the second season, the real Oyashiro-sama is not pleased.]]

* One anime episode of ''{{Pokemon}}'' featured a town where the cops use Spinaraks instead of Growlithes because, one hundred years ago, an officer used a Spinarak to catch a famous cat burglar who used a Meowth. Team Rocket decided to impersonate that criminal.
to:
* One anime episode of ''{{Pokemon}}'' ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' featured a town where the cops use Spinaraks instead of Growlithes because, one hundred years ago, an officer used a Spinarak to catch a famous cat burglar who used a Meowth. Team Rocket decided to impersonate that criminal.

* The ''[[HackSlash Hack/Slash]]'' story ''Double Date'' had the nephew of the original [[SinisterMinister Father Wrath]] follow in his footsteps, becoming Father Wrath 2.
to:
* The ''[[HackSlash Hack/Slash]]'' ''ComicBook/HackSlash'' story ''Double Date'' had the nephew of the original [[SinisterMinister Father Wrath]] follow in his footsteps, becoming Father Wrath 2.
7th Aug '15 1:06:16 PM Qussow
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
[[folder:Weboriginal]] Played with in [[SCPFoundation SCP]] [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-668 668]], a chef's knife that makes its holder to go on a killing spree and inspires apathy in anyone observing to such a degree they are unable to do anything to help the victims. The incident that brought it to the foundation's attention references a real life murder that helped popularize the idea of the BystanderEffect. [[/folder]]
This list shows the last 10 events of 139. Show all.