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8th Jul '16 1:03:29 PM Quanyails
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** A similar universe appears in ComicBook/InjusticeGodsAmongUs, where Superman became evil and totalitarian after The Joker tricked him into killing Lois Lane.

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** A similar universe appears in ComicBook/InjusticeGodsAmongUs, ''ComicBook/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', where Superman became evil and totalitarian after The Joker tricked him into killing Lois Lane.
1st Jul '16 11:05:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Bionicle}}'' has two. The "Melding Universe" is a world where the Great Beings managed to fix Spherus Magna before it blew up, Toa look like Matoran (and vice versa), and the regular universe's {{Big Bad}}s (the Makuta) embraced light rather than darkness. The "Dark Mirror Universe" is a world where the Toa became [[KnightTemplar Knights Templar]] and conquered the world. The Makuta, the [[BountyHunter Dark Hunters]], and a rag-tag group of renegade Toa form the resistence.

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* ''{{Bionicle}}'' ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' has two. The "Melding Universe" is a world where the Great Beings managed to fix Spherus Magna before it blew up, Toa look like Matoran (and vice versa), and the regular universe's {{Big Bad}}s (the Makuta) embraced light rather than darkness. The "Dark Mirror Universe" is a world where the Toa became [[KnightTemplar Knights Templar]] and conquered the world. The Makuta, the [[BountyHunter Dark Hunters]], and a rag-tag group of renegade Toa form the resistence.
29th Jun '16 5:47:04 PM nombretomado
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* In AndreNorton's ''Star Gate'' (1958), the human colonists of Gorth, seeking an AlternateUniverse version of their beloved adopted planet that has no native intelligent life, accidentally stumble into a version in which their own counterparts have used their advanced technology to enslave the inhabitants.

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* In AndreNorton's Creator/AndreNorton's ''Star Gate'' (1958), the human colonists of Gorth, seeking an AlternateUniverse version of their beloved adopted planet that has no native intelligent life, accidentally stumble into a version in which their own counterparts have used their advanced technology to enslave the inhabitants.
25th Jun '16 11:17:15 AM nombretomado
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* ''AHDotComTheSeries'' has the Mirror Crew, though we never see their home universe. They're stereotypical pure evil much like the Franchise/StarTrek original, but the dynamic is quite different because the ''primary'' AH.com crew are scarcely angels themselves, it's more a case of an "upgrade universe".

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* ''AHDotComTheSeries'' ''Script/AHDotComTheSeries'' has the Mirror Crew, though we never see their home universe. They're stereotypical pure evil much like the Franchise/StarTrek original, but the dynamic is quite different because the ''primary'' AH.com crew are scarcely angels themselves, it's more a case of an "upgrade universe".
12th Jun '16 1:22:42 PM DaibhidC
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* The ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'' (2014) episode "Sinister Mouse'', DM meets his counterpart from a mirror universe called the Twistiverse, who is a master criminal in a black bodysuit. He is opposed by Danger Toad (Twistiverse Baron Greenback) and secretly works for [[spoiler: the evil genius Penfold]].

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* The ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'' (2014) episode "Sinister Mouse'', DM meets his counterpart from a mirror universe called the Twistiverse, who is a master criminal in a black red bodysuit. He is opposed by Danger Toad (Twistiverse Baron Greenback) and secretly works for [[spoiler: the evil genius Penfold]].
11th Jun '16 5:47:49 AM DaibhidC
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* The ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'' (2014) episode "Sinister Mouse'', DM meets his counterpart from a mirror universe called the Twistiverse, who is a master criminal in a black bodysuit. He is opposed by Danger Toad (Twistiverse Baron Greenback) and secretly works for [[spoiler: the evil genius Penfold]].
27th May '16 9:56:04 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' episode ''Flipside''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' episode ''Flipside''.''Flip Side'' had Egon, Ray, and Peter end up in a flip dimension where ghosts are the natural populace and are menaced by humans. While there, they encounter ghostly versions of themselves called the Peoplebusters.
26th May '16 6:16:43 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** ''TheThanosImperative'' features the Cancerverse, a universe where [[TheProblemWithFightingDeath Death has been wiped out]] by four powerful demons called the Many-Angled Ones, including Comicbook/DoctorStrange villain Shuma-Gorath (like the other three, a unique multiversal entity -- it has no [[EvilTwin good twin]] anywhere in the multiverse). Life has become pollution and is spiraling out of control, and every living thing in the universe is BrainwashedAndCrazy and are fanatically devoted to worshipping the evil entities, though non-living beings like the Vision (a robot) are immune and still heroic. Thus, in this universe hero teams like ComicBook/TheAvengers are the servants of evil gods, though presumably so is every living villain as well.

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** ''TheThanosImperative'' ''ComicBook/TheThanosImperative'' features the Cancerverse, a universe where [[TheProblemWithFightingDeath Death has been wiped out]] by four powerful demons called the Many-Angled Ones, including Comicbook/DoctorStrange villain Shuma-Gorath (like the other three, a unique multiversal entity -- it has no [[EvilTwin good twin]] anywhere in the multiverse). Life has become pollution and is spiraling out of control, and every living thing in the universe is BrainwashedAndCrazy and are fanatically devoted to worshipping the evil entities, though non-living beings like the Vision (a robot) are immune and still heroic. Thus, in this universe hero teams like ComicBook/TheAvengers are the servants of evil gods, though presumably so is every living villain as well.
15th May '16 11:04:27 AM nombretomado
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** The ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' has elements of this trope; {{Magneto}} leads LaResistance - including a GoodIsNotNice version of Sabretooth and a version of Colossus who is a psychotic AntiHero - and there is a human resistance including a heroic Doctor Doom and Sentinels actually protecting mankind, versus a dystopic mutant tyranny whose ranks include [[TheHero Cyclops]] and his brother [[TheLancer Havok]] as well as [[TheSmartGuy Beast]], now known as Dark Beast, as well as a new character called Abyss who was later introduced into the mainstream comics as a heroic character. However, though Dark Beast is a cruel and sadistic MadScientist and a despicable piece of work, Cyclops is just an AntiVillain who does a HeelFaceTurn, and as the title suggests this is a world where recurring ComicBook/{{X-Men}} villain [[EvilOverlord Apocalypse]] has achieved world domination and if anything has actually gotten ''worse''; other villains like [[EvilutionaryBiologist Mister Sinister]] merely serve as his minions and are still evil, while most heroes and villains from other parts of the Marvel Universe didn't change sides, they were just killed when Apocalypse nuked the United States and started purging humanity.
** Played with in the ''ComicBook/MarvelZombies'' universe; the heroes are all evil, but only because they succumbed to a ZombieApocalypse and proceeded devoured most of the human race, though they are [[OurZombiesAreDifferent sentient zombies]] who take sadistic pleaure in ripping their [[ImAHumanitarian meals]] apart. {{Magneto}} and Doctor Doom show up as their enemies and help rescue survivors, but mostly in the context of them being NobleDemon types who object to rampaging malevolent zombies taking over the planet. The cause of mutant supremacy doesn't matter much when most mutants and non-mutants have made peace with each other and decided just to eat everyone else.

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** The ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' has elements of this trope; {{Magneto}} ComicBook/{{Magneto}} leads LaResistance - including a GoodIsNotNice version of Sabretooth and a version of Colossus who is a psychotic AntiHero - and there is a human resistance including a heroic Doctor Doom and Sentinels actually protecting mankind, versus a dystopic mutant tyranny whose ranks include [[TheHero Cyclops]] and his brother [[TheLancer Havok]] as well as [[TheSmartGuy Beast]], now known as Dark Beast, as well as a new character called Abyss who was later introduced into the mainstream comics as a heroic character. However, though Dark Beast is a cruel and sadistic MadScientist and a despicable piece of work, Cyclops is just an AntiVillain who does a HeelFaceTurn, and as the title suggests this is a world where recurring ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen villain [[EvilOverlord Apocalypse]] has achieved world domination and if anything has actually gotten ''worse''; other villains like [[EvilutionaryBiologist Mister Sinister]] merely serve as his minions and are still evil, while most heroes and villains from other parts of the Marvel Universe didn't change sides, they were just killed when Apocalypse nuked the United States and started purging humanity.
** Played with in the ''ComicBook/MarvelZombies'' universe; the heroes are all evil, but only because they succumbed to a ZombieApocalypse and proceeded devoured most of the human race, though they are [[OurZombiesAreDifferent sentient zombies]] who take sadistic pleaure in ripping their [[ImAHumanitarian meals]] apart. {{Magneto}} Magneto and Doctor Doom show up as their enemies and help rescue survivors, but mostly in the context of them being NobleDemon types who object to rampaging malevolent zombies taking over the planet. The cause of mutant supremacy doesn't matter much when most mutants and non-mutants have made peace with each other and decided just to eat everyone else.
9th May '16 4:27:58 AM erforce
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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', Cordelia [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor gets her wish that Buffy never came to Sunnydale]], turning the town (and likely the world) into hell. Xander and Willow are vampires and rule the streets at night, Angel is regularly sexually tortured by Willow, Buffy eventually turns up bitchier than [[TheTerminator Sarah Connor at her worst]] to stop a vampire plot to rule the world, only to die trying like most of the show's characters.

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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', Cordelia [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor gets her wish that Buffy never came to Sunnydale]], turning the town (and likely the world) into hell. Xander and Willow are vampires and rule the streets at night, Angel is regularly sexually tortured by Willow, Buffy eventually turns up bitchier than [[TheTerminator [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} Sarah Connor at her worst]] to stop a vampire plot to rule the world, only to die trying like most of the show's characters.
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