History Main / MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter

19th Sep '17 7:13:44 AM Silverblade2
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* Since SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} also is a scientist, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch and her (on and off, currently on) half-sister Polaris qualify. Wanda looks [[UncannyFamilyResemblance almost exactly like her mother]].

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* Since SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} ComicBook/{{Magneto}} also is a scientist, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch and her (on and off, currently on) half-sister Polaris qualify. Wanda looks [[UncannyFamilyResemblance almost exactly like her mother]].
18th Sep '17 9:29:47 PM DrY9K
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** There's also Alyx Vance, daughter of relatively stable physicist and teleporter scientist Eli Vance. Given that he worked in the Lambda complex and was therefore at least partially responsible for the events which brought the combine to earth, he probably counts as a little bit mad.

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** There's also Alyx Vance, daughter of relatively stable physicist and teleporter scientist Eli Vance. Given that he worked in the Lambda complex and was therefore at least partially responsible for the events which brought the combine Combine to earth, he probably counts as a little bit mad.
10th Sep '17 5:30:16 PM binaroid
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** BackStory-only: Lucrezia Mongfish, daughter of evil MadScientist Lucifer Mongfish, and a MadScientist herself. She denounces her father's evil and marries TheHero MadScientist Bill Heterodyne. [[spoiler:She turns out to be more evil than her father, and is in fact the BigBad. [[EpilepticTrees Maybe]]]]. Her two sisters qualify for this as well. maybe.
** Agatha Heterodyne, Bill and Lucrezia's daughter, the protagonist. Also a MadScientist.
*** Not really innocent, though, being trained as a spark herself. And both her birth and her real parents were firmly good-aligned so she's not really rebelling. So she's more of a deconstruction of the trope.

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** BackStory-only: Lucrezia Mongfish, daughter of evil MadScientist Lucifer Mongfish, and a MadScientist herself. She denounces her father's evil and marries TheHero MadScientist Bill Heterodyne. Since Bill, his brother Barry, and all of their TrueCompanions are immortalized in the "[[FamedInStory Heterodyne stories]]," she is regarded as a [[TropeCodifier Codifier for this trope]] in universe[[note]](Especially the part where the audience likes her more before the obligatory HighHeelFaceTurn.)[[/note]]. [[spoiler:She turns out to be more evil than her father, and is in fact the BigBad. [[EpilepticTrees Maybe]]]]. Her two sisters qualify for this as well. maybe.
** Agatha Heterodyne, Bill and Lucrezia's daughter, the protagonist. Also a MadScientist.
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MadScientist. Agatha's not really innocent, though, being trained as a spark herself. And both her birth and her real parents were firmly good-aligned good-aligned, so she's not really rebelling. So she's more of a deconstruction of the trope.



** If WordOfGod is to be trusted about [[spoiler: Zeetha being Baron Wulfenbach's daughter and Gil's twin]], then she is an ActionGirl but, like Zola, is not actually a MadScientist herself.
** Colette, daughter of the Master of Paris, is so far the straightest yet iteration of this trope, being the beautiful daughter of a (take a shot) MadScientist, who helps out the heroes - but ''not'' in defiance of her father, because the Master of Paris is on the good guys' side, [[GoodIsNotNice just rather stern.]] [[spoiler: Colette ends up ascending to the role of Master of Paris upon her father's death, and becomes a Mad Scientist in her own right.]]

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** If WordOfGod is to be trusted about [[spoiler: Zeetha being [[spoiler:being Baron Wulfenbach's daughter and Gil's twin]], then she is an ActionGirl but, like Zola, is not actually a MadScientist herself.
** Colette, daughter of the Master of Paris, is so far the straightest yet iteration of this trope, being the beautiful daughter of a (take a shot) MadScientist, who helps out the heroes - but ''not'' in defiance of her father, because the Master of Paris is on the good guys' side, [[GoodIsNotNice just rather stern.]] [[spoiler: Colette ends up ascending to the role of Master of Paris upon her father's death, and becomes while finally breaking through to become a Mad Scientist in her own right.]]
9th Sep '17 12:00:41 PM TheNerevarine
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* Linea in ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' is a Black Martian noblewoman whose father is a mad priest of Issus that wants to activate a DoomsdayDevice that will wipe out all life on Mars (since the defeat of their people at the hand of the Red Martians, he would rather destroy the planet than let themselves be ruled by lesser races). Its revealed that [[spoiler:her grandmother was Issus herself, and she qualifies as a Mad Goddess' Beautiful Granddaughter too]].
24th Jul '17 6:53:59 PM vifetoile
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** Colette, daughter of the Master of Paris, is so far the straightest yet iteration of this trope, being the beautiful daughter of a (take a shot) MadScientist, who helps out the heroes - but ''not'' in defiance of her father, because the Master of Paris is on the good guys' side, [[GoodIsNotNice just rather stern.]] [[spoiler: Colette ends up ascending to the role of Master of Paris upon her father's death, and becomes a Mad Scientist in her own right.]]
10th Jul '17 2:15:15 PM dasuberkaiser
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* ''Manga/SoulEater'': Medusa's [[AmbiguousGender child]]) Chrona [[spoiler:joins the heroes, albeit unwillingly at first. They become affectionate towards Maka, and to a lesser extent the other protagonists, but are kidnapped back and driven (more) insane. They do eventually betray Medusa, but remain an antagonist until the end of the series.]]

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* ''Manga/SoulEater'': Medusa's [[AmbiguousGender child]]) child]] Chrona [[spoiler:joins the heroes, albeit unwillingly at first. They become affectionate towards Maka, and to a lesser extent the other protagonists, but are kidnapped back and driven (more) insane. They do eventually betray Medusa, but remain an antagonist until the end of the series.]]
8th Jul '17 12:38:29 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* Jadis Diabolik of the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', in her first (chronological) appearance, even [[LampshadeHanging references this trope]]. It's one of her [[BerserkButton hot buttons]] that she's the daughter of the [[WellIntentionedExtremist infamous mass murderer]] [[MadScientist Dr. Diabolik]], and she has the Exemplar superpower, but she's isn't actually beautiful - she's plain, and elsewhere would be considered moderately attractive, but compared to all the other Exemplars running around, she feels incredibly ugly (plus, it hasn't been stated for certain that she is an Exemplar or if something her father did just mimics the effects). She is [[ACupAngst particularly sensitive]] about not having the MostCommonSuperpower, which is almost universal in female Exemplars (at lest those who don't get a BodyHorror result instead). Despite this, she did have a guy vying for her attention after she saved him from a smalltime super villain thug, and two others at Whateley (though one's a creep who imagines himself himself to a ComicBook/{{Batman}}-esque ByronicHero, and the other just wants favours from her father and the parents of the Bad Seeds).

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* Jadis Diabolik of the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', in her first (chronological) appearance, even [[LampshadeHanging references this trope]]. It's one of her [[BerserkButton hot buttons]] that she's the daughter of the [[WellIntentionedExtremist infamous mass murderer]] [[MadScientist Dr. Diabolik]], and she has the Exemplar superpower, but she's isn't actually beautiful - she's plain, and elsewhere would be considered moderately attractive, but compared to all the other Exemplars running around, she feels incredibly ugly (plus, it hasn't been stated for certain that she is an Exemplar or if something her father did just mimics the effects). She is [[ACupAngst particularly sensitive]] about not having the MostCommonSuperpower, which is almost universal in female Exemplars (at lest those who don't get a BodyHorror result instead). Despite this, she did have a guy vying for her attention after she saved him from a smalltime super villain thug, and two others at Whateley (though one's a creep who imagines himself himself to a ComicBook/{{Batman}}-esque ByronicHero, and the other just wants favours from her father and the parents of the other Bad Seeds).
8th Jul '17 12:37:35 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* Jadis Diabolik of the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', in her first (chronological) appearance, even [[LampshadeHanging references this trope]]. It's one of her [[BerserkButton hot buttons]] that she's the daughter of the [[WellIntentionedExtremist infamous mass murderer]] [[MadScientist Dr. Diabolik]], and she has the Exemplar superpower, but she's isn't actually beautiful - she's plain, and elsewhere would be considered moderately attractive, but compared to all the other Exemplars running around, she feels incredibly ugly (plus, it hasn't been stated for certain that she is an Exemplar or if something her father did just mimics the effects). She is [[ACupAngst particularly sensitive]] about not having the MostCommonSuperpower, which is almost universal in female Exemplars (at lest those who don't get a BodyHorror result instead). Despite this, she did have a guy vying for her attention after she saved him from a smalltime super villain thug, and two others at Whateley (though one's a creep and the other just wants favours from her father and the parents of the Bad Seeds).

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* Jadis Diabolik of the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', in her first (chronological) appearance, even [[LampshadeHanging references this trope]]. It's one of her [[BerserkButton hot buttons]] that she's the daughter of the [[WellIntentionedExtremist infamous mass murderer]] [[MadScientist Dr. Diabolik]], and she has the Exemplar superpower, but she's isn't actually beautiful - she's plain, and elsewhere would be considered moderately attractive, but compared to all the other Exemplars running around, she feels incredibly ugly (plus, it hasn't been stated for certain that she is an Exemplar or if something her father did just mimics the effects). She is [[ACupAngst particularly sensitive]] about not having the MostCommonSuperpower, which is almost universal in female Exemplars (at lest those who don't get a BodyHorror result instead). Despite this, she did have a guy vying for her attention after she saved him from a smalltime super villain thug, and two others at Whateley (though one's a creep who imagines himself himself to a ComicBook/{{Batman}}-esque ByronicHero, and the other just wants favours from her father and the parents of the Bad Seeds).
14th Jun '17 2:20:51 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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-->-- '''Deety Burroughs''' (GenreSavvy opening line), ''Literature/TheNumberOfTheBeast'' by Creator/RobertAHeinlein

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-->-- '''Deety Burroughs''' (GenreSavvy opening line), line, ''Literature/TheNumberOfTheBeast'' by Creator/RobertAHeinlein
20th May '17 4:38:33 AM Bahuvrihi
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* Parodied in an episode of ''Series/The Monkees'' where they spend the night in a mad scientist's house. Micky opens a door and finds a woman standing there:

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* Parodied in an episode of ''Series/The Monkees'' ''Series/{{The Monkees}}'' where they spend the night in a mad scientist's house. Micky opens a door and finds a woman standing there:
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