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18th Oct '17 4:12:08 PM AndyLA
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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'', much like Batman, is defined by this, although the deaths of his wife and kids sometimes are overshadowed by the sheer brutality he brings upon mobsters, villains and lowlifes in general. Some characters show concern that he will become an example of HeWhoFightsMonsters, because he's that far gone into his campaign of revenge.

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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'', ComicBook/ThePunisher, much like Batman, is defined by this, although the deaths of his wife and kids sometimes are overshadowed by the sheer brutality he brings upon mobsters, villains and lowlifes in general. Some characters show concern that he will become an example of HeWhoFightsMonsters, because he's that far gone into his campaign of revenge.
18th Oct '17 4:11:45 PM AndyLA
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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher''.

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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher''.''ComicBook/ThePunisher'', much like Batman, is defined by this, although the deaths of his wife and kids sometimes are overshadowed by the sheer brutality he brings upon mobsters, villains and lowlifes in general. Some characters show concern that he will become an example of HeWhoFightsMonsters, because he's that far gone into his campaign of revenge.
15th Oct '17 10:16:04 PM jmf6401
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** And Inuyasha himself, who as a half-demon has had to bear the prejudices of both humans and demons his entire life.
5th Sep '17 7:17:11 PM VulgarBee
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* Zoro from ''OnePiece'' carries [[TragicKeepsake his dead friend's sword]] with him always and rarely if not never talks about it to the rest of the Straw Hats.

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* Zoro from ''OnePiece'' ''Manga/OnePiece'' carries [[TragicKeepsake his dead friend's sword]] with him always and rarely if not never talks about it to the rest of the Straw Hats.
4th Sep '17 8:15:05 AM VioletVisions
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** Well, the Ninth Doctor does shed a tear about it when a stranger tries to express her sympathies in the second episode, but it's very blink-and-you-miss-it, since it wasn't filmed in your typical SingleManlyTear close-up. The Ninth Doctor in general is noticably more raw and NotSoStoic compared to the other New Who Doctors, though it mainly shows in him getting overly defensive, loudly angry, or straight up getting a HeroicBSOD when new grief is piled on top of what he already carries.

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** Well, the Ninth Doctor does shed a tear [[ManlyTears silent tear]] about it when a stranger tries to express her sympathies condolences in the second episode, but it's very blink-and-you-miss-it, since it wasn't filmed in your typical SingleManlyTear close-up. blink-and-you-miss-it. The Ninth Doctor in general is noticably more raw and NotSoStoic compared to the other New Who Doctors, though it mainly shows in him getting overly defensive, loudly angry, or straight up getting a complete HeroicBSOD when new grief is piled on top of what he already carries.
4th Sep '17 7:57:26 AM VioletVisions
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** Well, the Ninth Doctor does shed a tear about it when a stranger tries to express her sympathies in the second episode, but it's very blink-and-you-miss-it, since it wasn't filmed in your typical SingleManlyTear close-up. The Ninth Doctor in general is noticably more raw and NotSoStoic compared to the other New Who Doctors, though it mainly shows in him getting overly defensive, loudly angry, or straight up getting a HeroicBSOD when new grief is piled on top of what he already carries.
4th Sep '17 7:44:15 AM VioletVisions
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** Though Seregil is not nearly so stoic and macho as most of the male characters on this list. When [[spoiler: his confidants in the Cockerel get killed and Alec gets abducted]], he basically just waits until his best friend arrives a few hours later to have a good, hard, completely unashamed crying fit on the man's shoulder to release the shock, if not the guilt. And he has no problem crying in front of Alec either, in the end of the second book, when his months-long depression[[note]]Contrary to popular ideas, depression more often causes emotional numbness, not unremitting sadness.[[/note]] finally eases enough to let him ''feel'' some of his grief [[spoiler: over Nysander's death]]. Though he had been trying to run away and deal with it all alone just earlier that day.
16th Jun '17 12:46:45 AM Piterpicher
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* ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'': Heidern fits the article description '''word for word'''. Yet he is currently commanding a [[BadassCrew top-rate]] [[IkariWarriors mercenary squad]] and raised an adopted daughter with a SuperpoweredEvilSide. And he [[ColonelBadass kicks ass.]]

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* ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'': Heidern fits the article description '''word for word'''. Yet he is currently commanding a [[BadassCrew top-rate]] [[IkariWarriors [[VideoGame/IkariWarriors mercenary squad]] and raised an adopted daughter with a SuperpoweredEvilSide. And he [[ColonelBadass kicks ass.]]
16th May '17 10:20:49 AM nombretomado
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* Shiki from ''{{Tsukihime}}'' does this in Akiha's route, over [[spoiler:Sacchin's death by MercyKill, a TearJerker in and of itself.]]

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* Shiki from ''{{Tsukihime}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' does this in Akiha's route, over [[spoiler:Sacchin's death by MercyKill, a TearJerker in and of itself.]]
16th Apr '17 3:30:29 PM nombretomado
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* Most of the major male characters on ''SpartacusBloodAndSand'', especially Spartacus himself. Although the death of his wife has made him a CrusadingWidower leading a GladiatorRevolt, he does not use it as a rallying cry and indeed generally only speaks of her to the people he is closest to. It does interfere with his subsequent romances though, as he cannot get past it, nor does he even seem to want to try.

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* Most of the major male characters on ''SpartacusBloodAndSand'', ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'', especially Spartacus himself. Although the death of his wife has made him a CrusadingWidower leading a GladiatorRevolt, he does not use it as a rallying cry and indeed generally only speaks of her to the people he is closest to. It does interfere with his subsequent romances though, as he cannot get past it, nor does he even seem to want to try.
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