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26th Apr '16 5:46:18 PM Mullon
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** A similar universe appears in 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 InjusticeGodsAmongUs, ComicBook/InjusticeGodsAmongUs, where Superman became evil and totalitarian after The Joker tricked him into killing Lois Lane.
17th Apr '16 8:02:16 PM somebob
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* Happens in the ''Series/HenryDanger'' episode "Opposite Universe" when Henry and Charlotte end up in a Mirror universe while their evil counterparts are trapped in the other "good" universe after a tubing into the Man Cave during an electrical storm. Obligatory [[BeardOfEvil evil beards]] for Captain Man, Schwoz (kind of) and Mr Hart. Piper is a non-violent, unselfish girl.
9th Apr '16 5:30:32 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', obviously. There's the Main Universe's Tedd (the one the story follows), Beta Tedd, Lord Tedd (also known as Alpha Tedd and the evil one pictured in the mirror in the trope image [[note]]the image is not from EGS itself but from a Wotch [[http://specials.thewotch.com/?date=2007-05-06 special]][[/note]], the Tedd from Ellen's "Second life" dreams and those are just the canon ones. There's probably more we haven't been introduced to.

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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', obviously. There's the Main Universe's Tedd (the one the story follows), Beta Tedd, Lord Tedd (also known as Alpha Tedd and the evil one pictured in the mirror in the trope image [[note]]the image is not from EGS itself but from a Wotch [[http://specials.thewotch.com/?date=2007-05-06 special]][[/note]], the Tedd from Ellen's "Second life" dreams and those are just the canon ones. There's probably more we haven't been introduced to.also a paired universe with the main one, which is inhabited by griffons. However, since the two are inextricably connected (described as "two faces of the same coin") one character argues that they shouldn't be considered separate universes.
9th Apr '16 5:28:30 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Apparently, of the 12 universes that exist, they come in pairs, with each having a mirror version of it. In a twist though, the ''heroes''' home universe, the 7th, appears to be the "evil twin" universe of the 6th. In the 6th Universe, the Saiyans are a peaceful race of selfless heroes while Freeza's counterpart is a benevolent ruler. On the other hand, 6th Universe humanity was apparently so warlike that they annihilated Earth long ago, and its God of Destruction, Champa, is more polite but also somewhat more malevolent than Beerus.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Apparently, of the 12 universes that exist, they come in pairs, with each having a mirror version of it. In a twist though, the ''heroes''' home universe, the 7th, appears to be the "evil twin" universe of the 6th. In the 6th Universe, the Saiyans are a peaceful race of selfless heroes while Freeza's counterpart is [[spoiler:a planet-trading pirate, except that he puts on a benevolent ruler.friendly face to the public and is known as a great hero]]. On the other hand, 6th Universe humanity was apparently so warlike that they annihilated Earth long ago, and its God of Destruction, Champa, is more polite but also somewhat more malevolent than Beerus.
19th Mar '16 6:22:53 AM Hossmeister
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16th Mar '16 12:25:56 AM SailorTardis
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* ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' has the Negaverse from which [[MultipleChoicePast one version of]] Darkwing Duck's EvilTwin Negaduck originates, where he evidently rules with an iron fist. Nega-Honker has the (regular) Tank's personality and morality while Nega-Tank has Honker's, the rest of the Nega-Muddlefoots and Nega-Launchpad are thuggish psychotic killers, and the Negaverse versions of the other four members of Negaduck's "Fearsome Five" are known as the "Friendly Four" until Darkwing Duck retrains them. Interestingly, despite being Negaduck's ward, Nega-Gosalyn has the same general morality as her prime universe counterpart (much like bearded Spock), but a reversed personality: whereas regular Gosalyn is a rough-and-tumble sports-loving TomBoy and BrattyHalfPint, Nega-Gosalyn is a sweet and obedient well-behaved [[PinkMeansFeminine pink-dress-wearing]] young lady.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' has the Negaverse Negaverse[[note]] [[Manga/SailorMoon Not that one]] [[/note]] from which [[MultipleChoicePast one version of]] Darkwing Duck's EvilTwin Negaduck originates, where he evidently rules with an iron fist. Nega-Honker has the (regular) Tank's personality and morality while Nega-Tank has Honker's, the rest of the Nega-Muddlefoots and Nega-Launchpad are thuggish psychotic killers, and the Negaverse versions of the other four members of Negaduck's "Fearsome Five" are known as the "Friendly Four" until Darkwing Duck retrains them. Interestingly, despite being Negaduck's ward, Nega-Gosalyn has the same general morality as her prime universe counterpart (much like bearded Spock), but a reversed personality: whereas regular Gosalyn is a rough-and-tumble sports-loving TomBoy and BrattyHalfPint, Nega-Gosalyn is a sweet and obedient well-behaved [[PinkMeansFeminine pink-dress-wearing]] young lady.
25th Feb '16 10:56:11 AM DarkHunter
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Apparently, of the 12 universes that exist, they come in pairs, with each having a mirror version of it. In a twist though, the ''heroes''' home universe, the 7th, appears to be the "evil twin" universe of the 6th. In the 6th Universe, the Saiyans are a peaceful race of selfless heroes while Freeza's counterpart is a benevolent ruler. On the other hand, 6th Universe humanity was apparently so warlike that they annihilated Earth long ago, and its God of Destruction, Champa, is more polite but also somewhat more malevolent than Beerus.
23rd Feb '16 11:30:21 AM DaibhidC
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* The ''Fanfic/ThisTimeRound'' MetaFic setting for ''Series/DoctorWho'' has Some Other Time Round, where the author avatars are nastier, the stories are darker, and the canon characters are from "Inferno".
23rd Feb '16 11:16:43 AM DaibhidC
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' [[PlayingWithATrope plays]] with this trope when Arthur's third grade class from Lakewood Elementary, taught by Mr. Ratburn, goes to a Renaissance Faire and meets the third grade class from Glenbrook Academy, taught by Mr. Pryce-Jones, Mr. Ratburn's favorite teacher from his school days. Mr. Pryce-Jones is basically is a really snooty, much meaner version of Mr. Ratburn, who is just a [[BunnyEarsLawyer goofy, nerdy, but well-meaning guy who has an affinity for giving a lot of homework to challenge his students' minds]]; Mr. Pryce-Jones seems intent on producing a bunch of snobby learning-machines, and his students behave as such, with an evil BigEater opposed to Buster, an evil SmartGuy for the Brain (his counterpart is called "I. Q."), an evil RichBitch for Muffy, and an evil UnluckyEverydude for Arthur (named "Chester"). Arthur and Buster even [[LampshadeHanging Lampshade]] the trope's use:
-->'''Arthur:''' They look familiar. Did we play soccer against those guys?
-->'''Buster:''' No way! I'd remember a bunch of goofy-looking kids like that.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' had the same idea, when Principal Prickley makes them compete against a kickball team from the school where his brother is the principal. There is a [[SmartGuy nerdy kid]] like Gretchen, a typical-loser kid like Gus, a super-athletic kid like Vince, etc. This means that they are perfectly matched and it seems like one team will never beat the other. However, instead of one side being clearly "good" and the other "evil" the kids all conclude at the end that both of the principals are nuts and go off to play on the jungle gym, "Big Crusty" (which looks exactly like "Old Rusty" from the other school).
* The 6th-season ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Lemon of Troy" did the same swap, between two towns (Springfield and Shelbyville) instead of two schools. Bart and his friends all had Shelbyville counterparts, although they weren't so much evil (since Bart is not exactly good) as just antagonistic to our heroes. Milhouse and his counterpart even made friends.
-->'''Springfield Milhouse (about to get punched):''' Is this the end of Milhouse?
-->'''Shelbyville Milhouse (stops himself):''' But Milhouse is my name!
-->'''Springfield Milhouse:''' But I thought I was the only one!
8th Feb '16 3:02:28 AM Underachiever
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* The "Cosmic Chess Match" arc in ''Literature/PerryRhodan'' is famous for the protagonists ending up in one of these after an experiment gone wrong. In this case it's not entirely clear whether it was a fully "legitimate" instance of the trope or an artificial creation of one of the dueling [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien super-intelligences]]; the trigger condition for returning home ([[spoiler:Perry Rhodan himself killing his own evil double]]) and the fact that it worked basically instantly once met seem to rather hint at the latter, but [=ANTI-IT=] could have just as easily made use of an already-existing alternate universe.
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