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3rd Dec '16 5:20:57 AM StFan
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* PapaWolf/{{Mythology}}
* PapaWolf/NewspaperComics
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[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* You don't want to mess with ComicStrip/DickTracy's kids. You really don't.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'' is fiercely protective of his adopted son, Swee'pea, but having been raised, by Popeye, Swee'pea can easily hold his own in a fight despite only being an infant.
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[[folder:Pinballs]]
* Occurs in ''[[Pinball/WHODunnit WHO dunnit]]'' with [[spoiler:Butler, who is secretly Victoria's father Walter.]] When he overhears her husband threaten her (because he caught her [[BlackWidow plotting to kill him]]), he sabotages the brakes of the car and causes him to die in an auto accident.
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* Pop from ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' is usually [[BumblingDad really]] [[ParentalNeglect bad]] at being a father despite his good intentions, and actually gets his son killed more often than not. However, the few times he actually notices Cub is in danger, he will [[{{Determinator}} stop at nothing]] to save him. Feats achieved in this state include going over a waterfall in ''And The Kitchen Sink'' and successfully fending off a rabid dog in ''Doggone It''.
* In ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', the Emperor is very happy with the news that he has biological children. When he finds out what happened to them, though, Warp storms abound over perpetrators' heads.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': Strong Mad gets like this when his best friend, The Cheat, is physically abused.
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'':
** More "Uncle Wolf", but do not fuck with [[ Ruby Rose or Yang Xiao Long]] unless you're comfortable taking on their uncle Qrow. As some unfortunate Beowolves found out one night, the man is ''[[SinisterScythe death]]''.
** Possibly {{Deconstructed|Trope}} by their actual father, Taiyang. Some of Ruby and Yang's offhand comments suggest he's extremely protective of them, and that this protectiveness stems from the fact that the man [[CartwrightCurse lost both of his wives]]. He ''really'' doesn't want to lose his daughters too. Poor guy.
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-->-- '''[[WhatAnIdiot Sex Trafficker]]''', ''Film/{{Taken}}''

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17th Nov '16 1:06:02 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* PapaWolf/{{Advertising}}
17th Nov '16 1:03:30 PM LadyJaneGrey
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12th Nov '16 10:54:05 AM Basara-kun
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This is the [[SpearCounterpart Spear Counterpart]] to MamaBear. When MamaBear and Papa Wolf ''[[BattleCouple team up]]'', no force on earth can stop them.

Subtrope of BewareTheNiceOnes. See also AFatherToHisMen. Combining this with DisproportionateRetribution can lead to a KnightTemplarParent. If the guy is a teacher instead, he's a BadassTeacher. If the guy doing this is a sibling/cousin, you get BigBrotherInstinct. Inversely, see ParentsInDistress for the kids rescuing the dad. Evil characters can use this too; after all, EvenEvilHasLovedOnes. A subtrope of the Papa Wolf is the BadassAndChildDuo, where an adult male badass takes it upon himself to protect an orphaned, unrelated young child.

Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a BattleCouple and all pairs should be placed there. ParentsInDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids

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This is the [[SpearCounterpart Spear Counterpart]] SpearCounterpart to MamaBear. When MamaBear and Papa Wolf ''[[BattleCouple team up]]'', no force on earth can stop them.

Subtrope of BewareTheNiceOnes. See also AFatherToHisMen.AFatherToHisMen and FamilyMan. Combining this with DisproportionateRetribution can lead to a KnightTemplarParent. If the guy is a teacher instead, he's a BadassTeacher. If the guy doing this is a sibling/cousin, you get BigBrotherInstinct. Inversely, see ParentsInDistress for the kids rescuing the dad. Evil characters can use this too; after all, EvenEvilHasLovedOnes. A subtrope of the Papa Wolf is the BadassAndChildDuo, where an adult male badass takes it upon himself to protect an orphaned, unrelated young child.

Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a BattleCouple and all pairs should be placed there. ParentsInDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kidskids.
22nd Sep '16 4:14:40 PM ANTMuddle
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Often Papa Wolf incidents serve as a way to reveal that a NonActionGuy is really a RetiredBadass or a CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass. In contrast to an OverprotectiveDad (who sometimes ''thinks'' he's this), a Papa Wolf is always portrayed heroically because the latter is defending their kids from genuine threats instead of imagined ones.

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Often Papa Wolf incidents serve as a way to reveal that a NonActionGuy is really a RetiredBadass or a CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass. In contrast to an OverprotectiveDad (who sometimes ''thinks'' he's this), this; there is no overlap between them), a Papa Wolf is always portrayed heroically because the latter is defending their kids from genuine threats instead of imagined ones.
28th May '16 11:22:24 AM Gamermaster
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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a BattleCouple and all pairs should be placed there. ParentsinDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids

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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a BattleCouple and all pairs should be placed there. ParentsinDistress ParentsInDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids
10th May '16 8:03:27 PM Green70
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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a Battle Couple and all pairs should be placed there. ParentsinDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids

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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a Battle Couple BattleCouple and all pairs should be placed there. ParentsinDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids
10th May '16 8:03:02 PM Green70
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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there.

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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a Battle Couple and all pairs should be placed there. ParentsinDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids
23rd Jan '16 9:57:53 AM Mavado
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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} BITCH!]]]]'''

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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} '''[[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch BITCH!]]]]'''
14th Jan '16 9:40:32 AM bannermanner
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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} son of a BITCH!]]]]'''

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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} son of a BITCH!]]]]'''
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