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** [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in one episode guest-starring Creator/JeremyIrons as a therapist specializing in sexual addiction. He's ridden with guilt because he, a recovered sex addict himself, believes he raped his daughter during an incoherent moment in the past, but [[spoiler:he finds out it was her best friend/future lover instead by episode's end]].
22nd Oct '17 5:47:33 AM DLMaximum1
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* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby but when she saw Marcus as an adult she fell for him. Eventually they left together to go to another dimension, and the crazy part was, the other Avengers seemed perfectly okay with it. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others (and by proxy, to the writers of the original story who thought this was acceptable).

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* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby baby, but when she saw Marcus as an adult adult, she fell for him. Eventually they left together to go to another dimension, and the crazy part was, the other Avengers seemed perfectly okay with it. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others (and by proxy, to the writers of the original story who thought this was acceptable).
22nd Oct '17 5:45:23 AM DLMaximum1
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* ''Comicbook/TheWalkingDead'' comic had an extra {{squick}} inducing scene where the Governor kisses his [[UndeadChild zombie daughter]]. To make it worse, she can't be older than eleven. It could be seen as a platonic parental kiss, but that's screwed by the fact it's an ''open mouth'' kiss (he even removed her teeth in order to do it). In the ''[[Comicbook/TheWalkingDead]]'' series, it's a far more normal kiss on the forehead.

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* ''Comicbook/TheWalkingDead'' comic had an extra {{squick}} inducing scene where the Governor kisses his [[UndeadChild zombie daughter]]. To make it worse, she can't be older than eleven. It could be seen as a platonic parental kiss, but that's screwed by the fact it's an ''open mouth'' kiss (he even removed her teeth in order to do it). In the ''[[Comicbook/TheWalkingDead]]'' series, it's a real life, it'd be far more sensible & normal to kiss her on the forehead.
22nd Oct '17 5:43:23 AM DLMaximum1
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* ''Comicbook/TheWalkingDead'' comic had an extra {{squick}} inducing scene where the Governor kisses his [[UndeadChild zombie daughter]]. To make it worse, she can't be older than eleven. It could be seen as a platonic parental kiss, but that's screwed by the fact it's an ''open mouth'' kiss (he even removed her teeth in order to do it). In the ''[[Series/TheWalkingDead]]'' series, it's a far more normal kiss on the forehead.

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* ''Comicbook/TheWalkingDead'' comic had an extra {{squick}} inducing scene where the Governor kisses his [[UndeadChild zombie daughter]]. To make it worse, she can't be older than eleven. It could be seen as a platonic parental kiss, but that's screwed by the fact it's an ''open mouth'' kiss (he even removed her teeth in order to do it). In the ''[[Series/TheWalkingDead]]'' ''[[Comicbook/TheWalkingDead]]'' series, it's a far more normal kiss on the forehead.
22nd Oct '17 5:40:04 AM DLMaximum1
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* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby but when she saw Marcus as an adult she fell for him. Eventually they lefttogether to go to another dimension, and the crazy part was, the other Avengers seemed perfectly okay with it. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others (and by proxy, to the writers of the original story who thought this was acceptable).

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* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby but when she saw Marcus as an adult she fell for him. Eventually they lefttogether left together to go to another dimension, and the crazy part was, the other Avengers seemed perfectly okay with it. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others (and by proxy, to the writers of the original story who thought this was acceptable).
22nd Oct '17 5:39:37 AM DLMaximum1
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** Fellow [=AoA=] mutant [[ComicBook/XMan Nate Grey]] has one hell of an OedipusComplex story. The genetically-engineered son of his reality's Scott Summers and Jean Grey , he crosses over to the original timeline of Marvel-616 where he gets involved with Madelyne Pryor, the long-deceased clone of his biological mother. It is later revealed that he accidentally physically resurrected her with the sheer force of his immense mutant talent when he unconsciously and instinctively tried to psionically contact Jean Grey upon his arrival in the other reality. He also later gets involved with ''yet another'' counterpart of his biological mother , when an evil counterpart of Jean Grey from ''yet another'' alternate reality disposes of and impersonates Madelyne Pryor. This Queen Jean, a Jean Grey corrupted by her own power , was revealed to have had a prior consort who was her reality's counterpart of Nate, essentially ''her own'' genetically-engineered son, who rebelled against her and was ultimately executed , but not before helping his alternate counterpart defeat his mother Queen Jean.

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** Fellow [=AoA=] mutant [[ComicBook/XMan Nate Grey]] has one hell of an OedipusComplex story. The genetically-engineered son of his reality's Scott Summers and Jean Grey , Grey, he crosses over to the original timeline of Marvel-616 where he gets involved with Madelyne Pryor, the long-deceased clone of his biological mother. It is later revealed that he accidentally physically resurrected her with the sheer force of his immense mutant talent when he unconsciously and instinctively tried to psionically contact Jean Grey upon his arrival in the other reality. He also later gets involved with ''yet another'' counterpart of his biological mother , mother, when an evil counterpart of Jean Grey from ''yet another'' alternate reality disposes of and impersonates Madelyne Pryor. This Queen Jean, a Jean Grey corrupted by her own power , power, was revealed to have had a prior consort who was her reality's counterpart of Nate, essentially ''her own'' genetically-engineered son, who rebelled against her and was ultimately executed , but not before helping his alternate counterpart defeat his mother Queen Jean.



* A plot line in ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'' has one of the characters (the gynoid Jocasta) ending her relationship with her grandfather (Hank Pym, who created Ultron who created Jocasta) when she realizes that he is still in love with her dead sister/mother (his ex-wife/on-off lover Janet van Dyne -- who's brainwave patterns Ultron copied to create Jocasta's AI). She marries her father (Ultron) instead (that was why Ultron initially created her in the first place years ago, as he himself had an OedipusComplex to his "mother", the wife of his creator-father).

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* A plot line in ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'' has one of the characters (the gynoid Jocasta) ending her relationship with her grandfather (Hank Pym, who created Ultron who created Jocasta) when she realizes that he is still in love with her dead sister/mother (his ex-wife/on-off lover Janet van Dyne -- who's whose brainwave patterns Ultron copied to create Jocasta's AI). She marries her father (Ultron) instead (that was why Ultron initially created her in the first place years ago, as he himself had an OedipusComplex to his "mother", the wife of his creator-father).



* ''Comicbook/TheWalkingDead'' comic had an extra {{squick}} inducing scene where the Governor kisses his [[UndeadChild zombie daughter]]. To make it worse she can't be older than eleven. It could be seen as a platonic parental kiss but that's screwed by the fact it's an ''open mouth'' kiss (he even removed her teeth in order to do it). In the [[Series/TheWalkingDead series]] it's a far more normal kiss on the forehead.

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* ''Comicbook/TheWalkingDead'' comic had an extra {{squick}} inducing scene where the Governor kisses his [[UndeadChild zombie daughter]]. To make it worse worse, she can't be older than eleven. It could be seen as a platonic parental kiss kiss, but that's screwed by the fact it's an ''open mouth'' kiss (he even removed her teeth in order to do it). In the [[Series/TheWalkingDead series]] ''[[Series/TheWalkingDead]]'' series, it's a far more normal kiss on the forehead.



* A variation occured with the pre-Crisis ComicBook/BlackCanary. Dinah was inhabiting the body of her ([[StrongFamilyResemblance near identical]]) adult daughter when she fell in love with the alternate universe version of her deceased husband. Post-crisis the {{squick}} and general oddness of the situation was fixed by simply making two Black Canary's: The modern day one is the daughter of the (now retired) original Black Canary from the 40s.
* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby but when she saw Marcus as an adult she fell for him. Eventually they lefttogether to go to another dimension, and the crazy part was, the other Avengers seemed perfectly okay with it. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. In ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others. (And by proxy, to the writers of the original story who thought this was acceptable.)

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* A variation occured with the pre-Crisis ComicBook/BlackCanary. Dinah was inhabiting the body of her ([[StrongFamilyResemblance near identical]]) adult daughter when she fell in love with the alternate universe version of her deceased husband. Post-crisis Post-Crisis, the {{squick}} and general oddness of the situation was fixed by simply making two Black Canary's: The Canaries: the modern day one is the daughter of the (now retired) original Black Canary from the 40s.
* The infamous ''[[ComicBook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #200 contained something of this. [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] was kidnapped, mind controlled, and impregnated by the son of Immortus, Marcus Immortus. Carol ends up having a MysticalPregnancy with no memory of the incident. The baby grew into an adult in under a day and turned out to be another version of Marcus, reborn on Earth. Carol hated the baby but when she saw Marcus as an adult she fell for him. Eventually they lefttogether to go to another dimension, and the crazy part was, the other Avengers seemed perfectly okay with it. Despite Marcus handwaving it as not ''really'' being pregnancy and just something that "resembled pregnancy", he still refers to Carol as "Mother" and she did give birth to him. In ''Avengers Annual'' #10 brought Carol back, made it clear she was raped, and let her give a WhatTheHellHero speech to the others. (And others (and by proxy, to the writers of the original story who thought this was acceptable.)acceptable).
21st Oct '17 11:26:13 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* A girl asks her dad if she can get a tattoo for Christmas. He agrees, so long as she gives him a blowjob. She reluctantly complies, but then says "Dad, your dick tastes like shit!" The dad replies "Oh, yeah, your brother wanted a computer."
13th Oct '17 11:18:11 AM GlitteringFlowers
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%%* It's implied in ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}'' that this trope is the reason why Akira is such a suicidal ShrinkingViolet.

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%%* * It's implied in ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}'' that this trope is the reason why [[spoiler: Shiina's friend Akira is such a suicidal ShrinkingViolet.Sakura was molested by her father]], which would be the reasin why she has severe problems.



%%* Strongly implied in the case of [[spoiler:Yuri Tokikago and her MadArtist father]] in ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''.

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%%* * Strongly implied in the case of [[spoiler:Yuri Tokikago and her MadArtist father]] in ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''.''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''. In the episode focusing on her past and her bonds to [[spoiler: the late Momoka]], there are some shots involving [[spoiler: Yuri]] lying down and apparently naked in a room that looks like [[spoiler: her father's studio]]...



* ''Manga/UchiNoMusumeNiTeODasuNa'': Clara has the hots for her own mother, Athena. which gets lampshaded twice in the ''"Amazing Eighth Wonder Vol.1"'':

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* ''Manga/UchiNoMusumeNiTeODasuNa'': Clara has the hots for her own mother, Athena.ActionMom, [[WorldsMostBeautifulWoman Athena]][[HotGod Haruka]]. which gets lampshaded twice in the ''"Amazing Eighth Wonder Vol.1"'':



* The episode "The Coat of Many Colors" of ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics'' is based off the fairy tale ''Allerleirauh''. It has a mentally unstable king try to marry his daughter because she is the only woman who is beautiful as his wife was. The princess ends up deeply traumatized by the ordeal ([[AdaptationalAngstUpgrade unlike in the original]]).

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* The episode "The Coat of Many Colors" of ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics'' is based off the fairy tale ''Allerleirauh''. It has a mentally unstable king try falling into despair and trying to marry his daughter daughter, Princess Aleia, because she is the only woman who is beautiful as his wife was. The princess Aleia runs away, becomes a FallenPrincess and [[AdaptationalAngstUpgrade unlike in the original]], she ends up deeply traumatized by the ordeal ([[AdaptationalAngstUpgrade unlike in the original]]).ordeal.



* In the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' comics, Legion (a.k.a. David Haller), the psychotic, overpowered son of Professor Xavier with a legion of [[SplitPersonality split personalities]], time travels to the past and is implied to have raped his own mother Gabrielle Haller. AlternateCharacterInterpretation states that ''he may have even fathered himself''.
** He wouldn't actually be son of Professor Xavier then.

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* In the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' comics, Legion (a.k.a. David Haller), the psychotic, overpowered son of Professor Xavier with a legion of [[SplitPersonality split personalities]], time travels to the past and is implied to have raped his own mother Gabrielle Haller. AlternateCharacterInterpretation states that ''he may have even fathered himself''.\n** He wouldn't actually be son of Professor Xavier then.



* Commonly referenced in [[FairyTale fairy tales]]. The heroine's father decides to marry her -- often because she resembles her mother, or because she is the only person who can wear something that belonged to her mother, and her father promised to marry only such a woman. Some of these include "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/allfur.html All-Kinds-of-Fur]]", "Literature/{{Donkeyskin}}", "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/kingdaughter.html The King Who Wished Marry To His Daughter]]", "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/shebear.html The She-Bear]]", "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/margerywhitecoat.html Margery White Coats]]", and "[[http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/type0510b.html#canziani Golden-Teeth]]". She usually attempts to hold him off, [[EngagementChallenge demanding]] {{Impossible Task}}s for her consent, but this always fails. The princess must [[NobleFugitive run away to escape]], before [[SheCleansUpNicely going to a ball]] and winning a prince. Many folklorists interpret tales where she must flee her father for other reasons, such as "Literature/{{Catskin}}", where her father wanted a son and so marries her off with no care, or "Literature/CapORushes" where he takes offense at what she says, or "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/bear.html The Bear]]" where she is smothered and wants to escape, as {{Bowdlerise}}d variants. Note that BrotherSisterIncest can substitute, with the brother taking the father's place for the threat.

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* Commonly referenced in [[FairyTale fairy tales]]. The heroine's father decides to marry her -- often because she resembles her mother, or because she is the only person who can wear something that belonged to her mother, and her father promised to marry only such a woman. Some of these include "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/allfur.html All-Kinds-of-Fur]]", ''Allerleirauh'', "Literature/{{Donkeyskin}}", "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/kingdaughter.html The King Who Wished Marry To His Daughter]]", "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/shebear.html The She-Bear]]", "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/margerywhitecoat.html Margery White Coats]]", and "[[http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/type0510b.html#canziani Golden-Teeth]]". She usually attempts to hold him off, [[EngagementChallenge demanding]] {{Impossible Task}}s for her consent, but this always fails. The princess must [[NobleFugitive run away to escape]], before [[SheCleansUpNicely going to a ball]] and winning a prince. Many folklorists interpret tales where she must flee her father for other reasons, such as "Literature/{{Catskin}}", where her father wanted a son and so marries her off with no care, or "Literature/CapORushes" where he takes offense at what she says, or "[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/donkeyskin/stories/bear.html The Bear]]" where she is smothered and wants to escape, as {{Bowdlerise}}d variants. Note that BrotherSisterIncest can substitute, with the brother taking the father's place for the threat.
13th Oct '17 2:02:48 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Series/MillionYenWomen'': The background of one of the women. The same one later turns out to be a SelfMadeOrphan.

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* ''Series/MillionYenWomen'': The background of one of the women.women, who was abused by her father. The same one later turns out to be a SelfMadeOrphan.
13th Oct '17 2:01:31 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Series/MillionYenWomen'': The background of one of the women. The same one later turns out to be a SelfMadeOrphan.
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