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21st Apr '18 9:56:52 AM DanteVin
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* ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'': Tyre is a thoroughly upstanding guy, and his chin is ''huge''. This led to [[TheNicknamer Vyrn]] calling him "Clefty".
17th Apr '18 8:16:03 AM starkitty93
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* Cale Tucker, the protagonist of ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE''. Played with since he's more of an anti-hero than a straight up hero.
6th Apr '18 5:38:24 PM Stealth
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* The titular {{ComicBook/Hellboy}} has always been shown with a monstrously thick chin, even when he was young. Given his MadeOfIron tendencies he could probably knock someone out with it.
7th Mar '18 5:41:31 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TourOfTheMerrimack'', dim-witted Vice-President Sampson Reed is described as having one so dramatic that his nickname is "The Chin".

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* In ''TourOfTheMerrimack'', ''Literature/TourOfTheMerrimack'', dim-witted Vice-President Sampson Reed is described as having one so dramatic that his nickname is "The Chin".
4th Mar '18 4:21:36 PM nombretomado
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* Satchel, lead guitarist of SteelPanther has an impressive jawline and chin.

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* Satchel, lead guitarist of SteelPanther Music/SteelPanther has an impressive jawline and chin.



* Satchel, lead guitarist of SteelPanther.

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* Satchel, lead guitarist of SteelPanther.Music/SteelPanther.
24th Feb '18 8:35:12 AM nighttrainfm
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* Lampshaded in ''Film/{{Unbreakable}}''. When showing off a piece of comic book art to a prospective client, Elijah Price explains how the square jaw is common to superheroes, while supervillains have [[VillainousCheekbones more pointed facial features]]. Later when David Dunn does an anonymous act of heroism, the newspaper the following day shows a sketch artist's rendering of the mysterious rescuer with a jawline to rival Dick Tracy.

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* Lampshaded in ''Film/{{Unbreakable}}''. When showing off a piece of comic book art to a prospective client, Elijah Price explains how the square jaw is common to superheroes, while supervillains have [[VillainousCheekbones more pointed pointed]] [[ThinChinOfSin facial features]]. Later when David Dunn does an anonymous act of heroism, the newspaper the following day shows a sketch artist's rendering of the mysterious rescuer with a jawline to rival Dick Tracy.
5th Feb '18 12:14:34 PM kraas
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* Metro Man from ''WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}}'' has one, befitting his status as TheCape and CaptainErsatz of {{Superman}}.
30th Dec '17 1:45:58 PM FarseerLolotea
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* ''Series/{{The Flash|1990}}'', who had a lantern jaw that was the only thing that showed when he was in his supersuit. In fact, nearly ''every'' live-action iteration of the Flash has been played by an actor with a distinctive chin and/or jawline.

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* ''Series/{{The Flash|1990}}'', who had a lantern jaw that was the only thing that showed when he was in his supersuit. In fact, nearly ''every'' live-action iteration of the Flash has been played by an actor with a prominent or at least distinctive chin and/or jawline.
30th Dec '17 1:44:43 PM FarseerLolotea
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A square jawline. A protuberant chin. Adavi manly cleft. Somewhere along the line (possibly around {{Franchise/Superman}}'s time), artists decided that these, more so than anything else, were ''the'' defining facial feature of [[KnightInShiningArmor really heroic]] (or [[DumbMuscle really strong and dumb]]) characters. Perhaps to an even greater extent than [[HeroicBuild broad shoulders, barreled chest, and absurdly large biceps,]] the surest sign of a character's strength and manliness lies in his chin.

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A square jawline. A protuberant chin. Adavi A manly cleft. Somewhere along the line (possibly around {{Franchise/Superman}}'s time), artists decided that these, more so than anything else, were ''the'' defining facial feature of [[KnightInShiningArmor really heroic]] (or [[DumbMuscle really strong and dumb]]) characters. Perhaps to an even greater extent than [[HeroicBuild broad shoulders, barreled chest, and absurdly large biceps,]] the surest sign of a character's strength and manliness lies in his chin.



* ''Series/{{The Flash|1990}}'', who had a lantern jaw that was the only thing that showed when he was in his supersuit.

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* ''Series/{{The Flash|1990}}'', who had a lantern jaw that was the only thing that showed when he was in his supersuit. In fact, nearly ''every'' live-action iteration of the Flash has been played by an actor with a distinctive chin and/or jawline.
17th Nov '17 3:40:15 AM jormis29
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* [[{{ComicBook/Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] has sported an absolutely enormous and manly chin since his conception, due in part to his being modeled after [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0f/Fred_MacMurray_-_publicity.JPG period actor and real-life example Fred MacMurray.]]

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* [[{{ComicBook/Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] has sported an absolutely enormous and manly chin since his conception, due in part to his being modeled after [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0f/Fred_MacMurray_-_publicity.JPG period actor and real-life example Fred MacMurray.]]Creator/FredMacMurray.
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