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12th Mar '18 2:08:33 PM shokoshu
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* "Misty" by James McQuade (somewhat NSFW). The guy there collects superheroines (''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'' is most easily spotted).

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* "Misty" by James McQuade Mc Quade (somewhat NSFW). The guy there collects superheroines (''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'' is most easily spotted).
12th Mar '18 2:07:46 PM shokoshu
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* "Misty" by James McQuade (somewhat NSFW). The guy there collects superheroines (''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'' is most easily spotted).
7th Mar '18 5:17:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''TouchDetective'' features a little girl who lives at the observatory, and with the help of one of its workers, kidnaps people to act as her brainwashed living dolls -- what little we see of this suggests they're reduced to a near-inanimate state by the brainwashing, capable of little more than speaking a "pre-recorded" line.

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* ''TouchDetective'' ''VideoGame/TouchDetective'' features a little girl who lives at the observatory, and with the help of one of its workers, kidnaps people to act as her brainwashed living dolls -- what little we see of this suggests they're reduced to a near-inanimate state by the brainwashing, capable of little more than speaking a "pre-recorded" line.
16th Feb '18 1:02:39 PM WillKeaton
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** Sora put it best, "What kind of sicko turns people into keychains" indeed.

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** Sora put it best, best: "What kind of sicko turns people into keychains" indeed.keychains?"



* Terrence D'arby from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' [[http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/4122/darbydollsbigger.png also had this hobby]]. His stand power allowed him to capture the souls of his opponents by defeating them in a video game match. And unlike [[TheGambler his brother Daniel]], who kept the souls in a dormant state as poker chips, Terrence's dolls were aware of everything going on, [[AndIMustScream but unable to do anything]].

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* Terrence D'arby from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' [[http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/4122/darbydollsbigger.png also had this hobby]]. hobby.]] His stand power allowed him to capture the souls of his opponents by defeating them in a video game match. And unlike [[TheGambler his brother Daniel]], who kept the souls in a dormant state as poker chips, Terrence's dolls were aware of everything going on, [[AndIMustScream but unable to do anything]].
28th Jan '18 3:01:52 PM DensetsuNoKaboom
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* ''VideoGame/LufiaTheLegendReturns'' has [[spoiler:Leydock]], who sets up monster-hunting tournaments and then adds the strongest competitors to his collection.
5th Dec '17 3:01:21 AM jormis29
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* Naturally, ''The Collector'', a 1965 film in which Terence Stamp is a butterfly collector who decides to kidnap and keep Samantha Eggar as well. See ''Literature'' for the original book.

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* Naturally, ''The Collector'', a 1965 film in which Terence Stamp Creator/TerenceStamp is a butterfly collector who decides to kidnap and keep Samantha Eggar as well. See ''Literature'' for the original book.



* Creator/PeterSellers, in the 1971 movie ''Hoffmann'', plays a rather more subtle and psychologically creepy version of the Terence Stamp character in ''The Collector''. Here, Sellers' character uses mind-games and psychological control to bend younger women to his will, forcing a young Sinead Cusack to strip for him and go to bed with him.

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* Creator/PeterSellers, in the 1971 movie ''Hoffmann'', plays a rather more subtle and psychologically creepy version of the Terence Stamp Creator/TerenceStamp character in ''The Collector''. Here, Sellers' character uses mind-games and psychological control to bend younger women to his will, forcing a young Sinead Cusack to strip for him and go to bed with him.
1st Nov '17 8:08:03 AM Clare
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* ''Literature/TheEnemy''. The third book in the series features a sicko known as the Collector who, in addition to compulsively filling his house with junk, abducts children and "plays" with them until he kills them, at which point he goes out to find more. It takes the combined effort of [=DogNut's=] group (who have just lost [[TagalongKid Olivia]] to the Collector) and the kids from the Natural History Museum to bring him down.
27th Sep '17 1:47:46 PM CnHGirl
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* [[spoiler: Lusamine]] from ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' is revealed to have had [[spoiler: her]] Pokemon cryogenically frozen, and is implied to do this routinely to Pokemon [[spoiler: she]] gets bored with. Also, while not quite to the creepy serial-killer-esque extent as other entries on this list, [[spoiler: her children, Gladion and Lillie]], claim that they were basically their mother's precious dolls rather than living people, in that she expected absolute perfection from them and strictly controlled every aspect of their lives to this end.
15th Sep '17 7:33:57 PM Mhazard
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If he or she can make PeoplePuppets, then the [[AndIMustScream still conscious]] puppets will be forced to do things against their will. Someone with powerful enough HypnoticEyes or MindControl techniques can eventually program people to be anything from [[EmptyShell empty automatons]] to actually believing they're the collector's [[ReplacementGoldfish long lost dead little sister]]. A necromancer might dress up their zombies as {{maid}}s and butlers, and even lovingly comb their (remaining) hair, preferring their company to that of the living. The HiveQueen [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen may do this to her drones.]]

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If he or she can make PeoplePuppets, then the [[AndIMustScream still conscious]] puppets will be forced to do things against their will. Someone with powerful enough HypnoticEyes or MindControl techniques can eventually program people to be anything from [[EmptyShell empty automatons]] to actually believing they're the collector's [[ReplacementGoldfish long lost dead little sister]]. A necromancer {{Necromancer}} might dress up their zombies as {{maid}}s and butlers, and even lovingly comb their (remaining) hair, preferring their company to that of the living. The HiveQueen [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen may do this to her drones.]]
3rd Aug '17 3:43:57 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''VideoGame/Drakengard3,'' Three makes dolls from living soldiers.
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