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26th Sep '16 6:17:26 AM Malitia
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* Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}:
** In ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'', [[spoiler:Old!Loki]] has nothing but contempt for the new, younger Loki who is on a quest to redeem themself and escape their role as the villain of the tale. When the two finally meet face to face, they [[DidYouActuallyBelieve mock]] younger Loki [[spoiler: and reveal that they'll never stop being the villain BecauseDestinySaysSo]].

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* Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}:
Comicbook/{{Loki}}:
** In ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'', [[spoiler:Old!Loki]] has nothing but contempt for the new, younger Loki who is on a quest to redeem themself and escape their role as the villain of the tale. When the two finally meet face to face, they [[DidYouActuallyBelieve mock]] younger Loki [[spoiler: and reveal that they'll never stop being the villain BecauseDestinySaysSo]]. Let's just say [[spoiler:Old!Loki]] doesn't take it well what [[ScrewDestiny happens later]].
8th Sep '16 12:12:11 AM Kirayoshi
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** A similar plotline in an episode of ''The Father Dowling Mysteries'', in which a novelist adapts one of Father Dowling's cases as a book. Dowling's {{Expy}} is depicted as a brawling Irish stereotype, while the nun standing in for the normally tomboyish Sister Stevie repeatedly faints at the sight of blood. Sister Stevie describes her as "a wimp in a wimple".
18th Aug '16 4:19:10 PM ZimFan89
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* In Issue 12 of the ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' continuation comic, Zim and Dib are accidentally slingshotted into a BadFuture where Zim has conquered the world and declared himself Emperor. Present Zim is naturally initially thrilled by this, but as Emperor Zim is somewhat more mature and competent, he finds his past self to be an idiot, a view which naturally pisses off the younger Zim. This leads to him [[EnemyMine teaming up with Dib]] to defeat Emperor Zim and escape back to the past.
8th Aug '16 6:40:28 PM Chiropteru
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', [[EvilSorcerer the Archmage]] engages in a StableTimeLoop to save himself from his [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat apparent death]] and acquire ultimate magical power, thus for a while there are two of him at the same time. While it might have made sense for the two to stay together and combine their powers for an even greater advantage over their enemies...the Archmage's arrogance is of a brand that doesn't get along with itself. Despite having just ''been'' him not more than 24 hours previous (by his perspective), the "older" Archmage is annoyed and impatient with his past self, criticizing and patronizing him relentlessly throughout their interactions. When the "younger" Archmage achieves the same knowledge and power as his future self, he leaves to fulfill his part in the time loop, and the elder couldn't be happier to see him gone.
-->'''Archmage''': ''Finally.'' I thought he'd never leave.
4th Aug '16 1:19:43 PM DaibhidC
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* The ''Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Literature/NewSeriesAdventures'' novel ''Silhouette'' has a psychic shapeshifter who learns how his victim sees themselves and transforms into someone they'd identify with. When he tries it on the Doctor, he discovers the Time Lord has twelve distinct self-images, and doesn't seem to like any of them much.
14th Jul '16 1:36:48 PM LentilSandEater
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* Dirk of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' later grows to really hate his Auto-Responder (AR), an artificial intelligence cloned from his own brain and which has in the meantime developed in his own weird way. (Into a {{Troll}}, mostly.) Though unusually, what Dirk hates about him isn't that he's so different from him, but rather that AR is really an exaggerated version of himself, putting all of his personality flaws into perfect view.

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* Alternate timelines and time travel are a big part of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', add that to a cast of traumatized teenagers forced to view their personalities again and again, and you have a recipe for fun:
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Dirk of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' later grows to really hate his Auto-Responder (AR), an artificial intelligence cloned from his own brain and which has in the meantime developed in his own weird way. (Into a {{Troll}}, mostly.) Though unusually, what Dirk hates about him isn't that he's so different from him, but rather that AR is really an exaggerated version of himself, putting all of his personality flaws into perfect view.



** ...and then played 100% straight with [[spoiler: Jadesprite]] upon her prototyping.

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** ...and then played 100% straight with ** Breezy, happy-go-lucky Jade surprisingly gets the worst out of the Beta kids when it comes to other selves. She absolutely loses it after being exposed to [[spoiler: Jadesprite]] upon Jadesprite's]] moping for only a few minutes. The fact that she acts very similarly to [[GrumpyBear Karkat]] annoys her prototyping.too, but it does cement the burgeoning friendship between her and Karkat



** Vriska is subject to this as well. She declares her alternate self, who [[spoiler: was killed by Terezi and has been hanging in the afterlife since]], to be a "FUCKING LOSER!!!!!!!!" in huge text. Vriska harshly berates her alternate self when she meets her, which drives her to tears, made worse by [[spoiler: Meenah breaking up with alterate Vriska]].

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** Vriska is subject to this as well. She declares her alternate self, who [[spoiler: was killed by Terezi and has been hanging in the afterlife since]], to be a "FUCKING LOSER!!!!!!!!" in huge text. Vriska harshly berates her alternate self when she meets her, which drives her to tears, made worse by [[spoiler: Meenah breaking up with alterate Vriska]]. The bittersweet joke for the reader comes from how mentally balanced and nice alternate Vriska is, and how badly shafted she gets in favour of mainline {{jerkass}} Vriska.
23rd Jun '16 11:49:51 PM Amaryllis
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Relativity}}'', [[spoiler: after a light speed travel accident Irina winds up living in an AlternateUniverse, and resents that she's being treated like a copy of her AlternateSelf, while her alternate self has to deal with watching her ex-wife treat Irina as her replacement.]]
1st Jun '16 10:19:49 PM thatother1dude
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** {{Subverted}} in "Double Dipper," when all of Dipper's clones act perfectly alike and get along really well. Even when the clones inevitably rise up against the real Dipper, they're surprisingly nice about it.
28th May '16 7:43:16 AM DannWoolf
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22nd May '16 7:42:52 PM FF32
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* In ''ComicBook/TheSandmanOverture'', the many different "aspects" of [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Dream]] are gathered together and immediately start arguing about whether they count as one person or many people. Two Dreams have this side conversation:
-->'''Dream 1:''' Am I always like this?
-->'''Dream 2:''' Like what?
-->'''Dream 1:''' Self-satisfied. Irritating. Self-possessed, and unwilling to concede center stage to anyone but myself.
-->'''Dream 2:''' I believe so, yes. In my experience.
-->'''Dream 1:''' Ah. Fascinating.
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