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30th Dec '17 4:33:09 PM Drope
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30th Dec '17 4:28:17 PM Drope
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17th Dec '17 11:24:02 PM Zazie122
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** It also [[spoiler:loves baseball and frequently makes baseball references (or at least its host does)]].
13th Dec '17 2:40:18 AM Silverblade2
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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' has had robotic monkeys, Cobra venom mutated monkeys, Monsieur Mallah, The Ultra-Humanite, and [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker Joker]] monkeys in the tie-in comic. You can understand Conner's hatred of these buggers.

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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' has had robotic monkeys, Cobra venom mutated monkeys, Monsieur Mallah, The Ultra-Humanite, and [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker [[ComicBook/TheJoker Joker]] monkeys in the tie-in comic. You can understand Conner's hatred of these buggers.
30th Oct '17 1:26:35 PM ramapith
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* The Disney ''ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse'' features the monkey mad scientists Ecks, Doublex, and Triplex as enemies of Mickey Mouse. There's one story where Mickey and Sam take on the three Professors. Apart from Mickey himself, everyone in the story is a monkey! Another comics pal of Mickey's is the tough robot operator Sam Simian, seemingly a gorilla.

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* The Disney ''ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse'' features the monkey mad scientists Ecks, Doublex, and Triplex as enemies of Mickey Mouse. Another comics pal of Mickey's is the tough robot operator Sam Simian, seemingly a gorilla. There's one story where Mickey and Sam take on the three Professors. Apart from Mickey himself, everyone in the story is a monkey! Another comics pal of Mickey's is the tough robot operator Sam Simian, seemingly a gorilla.monkey!
18th Sep '17 10:17:46 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The [[TalkingAnimal talking]] ape Shift serves as an [[TheAntichrist Antichrist]]-expy in Creator/CSLewis' ''Literature/TheLastBattle''.

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* The [[TalkingAnimal talking]] ape Shift serves as an [[TheAntichrist Antichrist]]-expy Antichrist]] figure in Creator/CSLewis' ''Literature/TheLastBattle''.



* The Wickersham brothers from ''Literature/HortonHearsAWho''.

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* The Wickersham brothers from ''Literature/HortonHearsAWho''.''Literature/HortonHearsAWho''
23rd Aug '17 3:39:32 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheEnemy'', the virus which has turned all humans over the age of fourteen (sixteen in the American editions) into bloodthirsty killers dubbed "sickos" also seems to affect monkeys and apes, humanity's closest relatives. At one point, the Holloway kids are attacked by monkeys which have escaped (or been released) from a zoo, resulting in them losing five members of their group.

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* In ''Literature/TheEnemy'', the virus which has turned all humans over the age of fourteen (sixteen in the American editions) into bloodthirsty killers dubbed "sickos" also seems to affect monkeys and apes, humanity's closest relatives. At one point, the Holloway kids are attacked by diseased monkeys and apes which have escaped (or been released) from a zoo, London Zoo, resulting in them losing five members of their group.
3rd Aug '17 7:36:32 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheEnemy'', the virus which has turned all humans over the age of fourteen (sixteen in the American editions) into bloodthirsty killers dubbed "sickos" also seems to affect monkeys and apes, humanity's closest relatives. At one point, the Holloway kids are attacked by monkeys which have escaped (or been released from) a zoo, resulting in them losing five members of their group.

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* In ''Literature/TheEnemy'', the virus which has turned all humans over the age of fourteen (sixteen in the American editions) into bloodthirsty killers dubbed "sickos" also seems to affect monkeys and apes, humanity's closest relatives. At one point, the Holloway kids are attacked by monkeys which have escaped (or been released from) released) from a zoo, resulting in them losing five members of their group.
27th Jul '17 7:03:04 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheEnemy'', the virus which has turned all humans over the age of fourteen (sixteen in the American editions) into bloodthirsty killers dubbed "sickos" also seems to affect monkeys and apes, humanity's closest relatives. At one point, the Holloway kids are attacked by monkeys which have escaped (or been released from) a zoo, resulting in them losing five members of their group.
13th Jun '17 4:08:04 AM Snicka
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This here is the opposite of EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys. KillerGorilla is a subtrope, where the primate in question is not just malicious but also big and strong.

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This here is the opposite of EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys. KillerGorilla is a subtrope, where the primate in question is not just malicious but also big as gorillas (and other great apes) are particularly often portrayed as malevolent, due to their great strength and strong.
menacing appearance.
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