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6th Dec '16 12:27:59 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* ''FanFic/InnerDemons'' has Twilight Sparkle acting this way [[VillainousIncest towards her brother]], Shining Armor, after he gets consumed by her darkness and becomes Queen!Twilight. This is hammered home when he rejects her advances and decides to rescue Princess Cadence instead.

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* ''FanFic/InnerDemons'' has Twilight Sparkle acting this way [[VillainousIncest towards her brother]], Shining Armor, after he she gets consumed by her darkness and becomes Queen!Twilight. This is hammered home when he rejects her advances and decides to rescue Princess Cadence instead.
30th Nov '16 2:17:43 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** In aforementioned fanfiction, the Ice Queen is just as creepy towards Fionna (if not moreso), [[spoiler:impersonating her crush and taking her on a date]].

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*** He does get better in later seasons though. He stops kidnapping princesses and the rapey/abusive aspects of his personality are downplayed. Now he's mostly just a weird, lonely old man.
** In the aforementioned fanfiction, the Ice Queen is just as creepy towards Fionna (if not moreso), [[spoiler:impersonating her crush and taking her on a date]].
23rd Nov '16 10:04:47 PM nombretomado
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* In ''AssassinsCreedSyndicate'' Maxwell Roth's behavior towards Jacob Frye culminates in a kiss as Roth is dying. to many, it reads as disturbing and creepy.

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* In ''AssassinsCreedSyndicate'' ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedSyndicate'' Maxwell Roth's behavior towards Jacob Frye culminates in a kiss as Roth is dying. to many, it reads as disturbing and creepy.
22nd Nov '16 1:53:38 PM Tron80
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* The ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' comics provide quite a few examples; Clark Kent and Lori Lemaris ([[TheMermaidProblem a mermaid]]), Superman [[KissingCousins and]] ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, Comet ''the freaking SUPER-HORSE'' and Supergirl, and [[KryptoTheSuperdog Krypto]] and Lana Lang in at least one story. Then there's the not infrequent subtext between Supes and ComicBook/LexLuthor, which becomes even more blatant when you realize that ComicBook/{{Superboy}} was made of a combination of their DNA.
* Franchise/{{Batman}} and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker get some (or lots) of FoeYay DependingOnTheWriter, with the Joker almost in love with Batman in his own twisted way. Canonically, the Joker wants to ''sexually violate Batman's corpse''.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' comics provide quite a few examples; Clark Kent and Lori Lemaris ([[TheMermaidProblem a mermaid]]), Superman [[KissingCousins and]] ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, Comet ''the freaking SUPER-HORSE'' and Supergirl, and [[KryptoTheSuperdog [[Comicbook/KryptoTheSuperdog Krypto]] and Lana Lang Comicbook/LanaLang in at least one story. Then there's the not infrequent subtext between Supes and ComicBook/LexLuthor, which becomes even more blatant when you realize that ComicBook/{{Superboy}} was made of a combination of their DNA.
* Franchise/{{Batman}} and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker Comicbook/TheJoker get some (or lots) of FoeYay DependingOnTheWriter, with the Joker almost in love with Batman in his own twisted way. Canonically, the Joker wants to ''sexually violate Batman's corpse''.
17th Nov '16 8:46:10 AM randomtroper89
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** Kurona and Shiro seemed to have some IncestYayShipping going on with both being incredibly close and protective of one another. [[spoiler: Then came chapter 80 where Hanbee is defeated by Kuro, and saved at the last minute by Juuzou. Kuro celebrates that she can show her sister a "suffering Rei", and Juuzou is confused because he was sure that Shiro had died of her wounds. Kuro is angry at him being rude by ignoring her sister, and pulls open her cloak to reveal a horrific skull-like face merged into her stomach that is speaking quietly. Kuro and Shiro have apparently been merged into some kind of horrific monster.]]

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** Kurona and Shiro seemed to have some IncestYayShipping IncestSubtext going on with both being incredibly close and protective of one another. [[spoiler: Then came chapter 80 where Hanbee is defeated by Kuro, and saved at the last minute by Juuzou. Kuro celebrates that she can show her sister a "suffering Rei", and Juuzou is confused because he was sure that Shiro had died of her wounds. Kuro is angry at him being rude by ignoring her sister, and pulls open her cloak to reveal a horrific skull-like face merged into her stomach that is speaking quietly. Kuro and Shiro have apparently been merged into some kind of horrific monster.]]
14th Nov '16 11:21:21 AM ZombieAladdin
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* In ''Manga/BirdyTheMight: Decode'' a number of comments that Shyamalan makes about Sayaka, and the way he treats her when they're alone together, suggest that he may have feelings for her--despite the fact that he's an adult corporate executive and she's a high-schooler (and also that he, you know, wants to [[spoiler: use the super weapon Sayaka is playing host to to wipe out most of humanity]]).

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* In ''Manga/BirdyTheMight: ''Manga/BirdyTheMighty: Decode'' a number of comments that Shyamalan makes about Sayaka, and the way he treats her when they're alone together, suggest that he may have feelings for her--despite the fact that he's an adult corporate executive and she's a high-schooler (and also that he, you know, wants to [[spoiler: use the super weapon Sayaka is playing host to to wipe out most of humanity]]).
18th Oct '16 6:57:47 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''{{Friends}}'', during part of an IKnowYouKnowIKnow type GambitPileup, it's Monica and Chandler versus everyone else (except Ross). Chandler and Monica want to keep their relationship secret, but Joey, Phoebe, and Rachel want them to reveal it. It comes down to Phoebe and Chandler trying to "seduce" each other, despite the fact that neither of them wanted to seduce the other. Eventually, they both lean in for the kiss, and it's plain on their faces that they do ''not'' want to. It's hilarious.

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* In one episode of ''{{Friends}}'', ''Series/{{Friends}}'', during part of an IKnowYouKnowIKnow type GambitPileup, it's Monica and Chandler versus everyone else (except Ross). Chandler and Monica want to keep their relationship secret, but Joey, Phoebe, and Rachel want them to reveal it. It comes down to Phoebe and Chandler trying to "seduce" each other, despite the fact that neither of them wanted to seduce the other. Eventually, they both lean in for the kiss, and it's plain on their faces that they do ''not'' want to. It's hilarious.
10th Oct '16 10:18:15 PM Scrounge
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* There are those who choose to see Prowl and Lockdown of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' on a slashy light. Why is this disturbing? Because one of them is [[OrganTheft Lock]][[CreepySouvenir down]]. There is no good way for someone else to wear your body parts.

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* There are those who choose to see Prowl and Lockdown of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' on in a slashy light. Why is this disturbing? Because one of them is [[OrganTheft Lock]][[CreepySouvenir down]]. There is no good way for someone else to wear your body parts.
6th Oct '16 10:14:11 AM personastar
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* ''VideoGame/ClockTower'': In ''Clock Tower 3'', which was jointly made by Capcom using the same team that made the aformentioned Haunting Ground (and thus which has virtually no connection to the first two games in the series aside from the obvious theme of having, literally, a clocktower feature prominently in the story) [[spoiler: the main villain, Lord Burroughs, is secretly the protagonist's grandfather, the aptly-named Dick Hamilton, who was so obsessed with his own daughter that he coldly ignored his wife, brutally murdered his son-in-law, and then had his daughter brutally murdered as well by his sociopathic subordinate when she tried to protect her daughter(his granddaughter) from him, with the implication that she was also raped (whether by him or his subordinate or both of them). As mentioned, he later transfers his carnal obsession to his granddaughter, the heroine Alyssa, who's the very image of her mother. She manages to defeath him though]].

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* ''VideoGame/ClockTower'': In ''Clock Tower 3'', which was jointly made by Capcom using the same team that made the aformentioned Haunting Ground (and thus which has virtually no connection to the first two games in the series aside from the obvious theme of having, literally, a clocktower feature prominently in the story) [[spoiler: the main villain, Lord Burroughs, is secretly the protagonist's grandfather, the aptly-named Dick Hamilton, who was so obsessed with his own daughter that he coldly ignored his wife, brutally murdered his son-in-law, and then had his daughter brutally murdered as well by his sociopathic subordinate when she tried to protect her daughter(his granddaughter) from him, with the implication that she was also raped (whether by him or his subordinate or both of them). As mentioned, he later transfers his carnal obsession to his granddaughter, the heroine Alyssa, who's the very image of her mother. She manages to defeath kill him though]].
2nd Oct '16 11:28:22 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': "Heroes and Monsters" does this for Blake and Adam. Adam plays the part of an abusive ex-boyfriend who feels betrayed by Blake leaving the White Fang and vows to make her suffer for it. In the following scene alone [[MoralEventHorizon he demonstrates more on-screen cruelty than any other villain so far]] by [[spoiler:torturing Blake by stabbing her through the belly, ''slicing Yang's right arm off'', and then trying to ''decapitate'' Blake when she places herself between him and an unconscious Yang.]] In the following livestream, Miles and Kerry revealed that Adam was abusive to Blake in the past. The sheer shock and horror of it all has led to [[ShipSinking people on Tauradonna fleeing for the lifeboats en masse]].

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': "Heroes and Monsters" does this for Blake and Adam. Adam plays the part of an abusive ex-boyfriend who feels betrayed by Blake leaving the White Fang and vows to make her suffer for it. In the following scene alone [[MoralEventHorizon he demonstrates more on-screen cruelty than any other villain so far]] by [[spoiler:torturing Blake by stabbing her through the belly, ''slicing Yang's right arm off'', and then trying to ''decapitate'' Blake when she places herself between him and an unconscious Yang.]] In the following livestream, Miles and Kerry revealed that Adam was abusive to Blake in the past. The sheer shock and horror of it all has led to [[ShipSinking [[AbandonShipping people on the SS Tauradonna fleeing for the lifeboats en masse]].
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