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24th Aug '16 8:10:06 AM Willbyr
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* Brockenman of ''Manga/{{Kinnikuman}}'', and his son, Brocken Jr. of ''Anime/KinnikumanNisei''.

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* Brockenman of ''Manga/{{Kinnikuman}}'', and his son, Brocken Jr. of ''Anime/KinnikumanNisei''.''Anime/UltimateMuscle''.



* The original designs for the uniforms worn by the X-Corps in ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' comics had distinct Nazi overtones. This was decided to be a bit tacky and the published version wear vaguely militaristic uniforms, which don't really look that different from the leather outfits the X-Men were wearing at the time, but which, nonetheless, are meant to be a clue that Something's Not Right.

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* The original designs for the uniforms worn by the X-Corps in ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' comics had distinct Nazi overtones. This was decided to be a bit tacky and the published version wear vaguely militaristic uniforms, which don't really look that different from the leather outfits the X-Men were wearing at the time, but which, nonetheless, are meant to be a clue that Something's Not Right.
23rd Aug '16 2:12:39 AM Lanthorn
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* ''Manga/BlueExorcist'': The Illuminati's uniforms are pretty Nazi-ish, and their lead TortureTechnician looks a lot like ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''[='s=] Montana Max, an actual Nazi, only considerably less-respected and sure of himself. Their goal, by the way, is [[spoiler: finding or creating a strong body for their resident son of Satan and created a horde of zombies as a by-product]].
7th Aug '16 5:25:09 PM nombretomado
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* Vril Dox's costume in ''R.E.B.E.L.S.'' in TheDCU bears more than a faint resemblance to a Nazi uniform, including jodhpurs.

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* Vril Dox's costume in ''R.E.B.E.L.S.'' in TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU bears more than a faint resemblance to a Nazi uniform, including jodhpurs.
5th Aug '16 9:55:50 AM ChronoLegion
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* The later ''Literature/{{Destroyermen}}'' books introduce a new enemy in the face of the League of Tripoli, a political entity created by a large fleet that has crossed over from another parallel world. In this world, the fear of communism (which was quickly crushed) has given rise to fascism in France, Spain, Italy, and Germany. The first three formed the Confédération États Souverains (Confederation of Sovereign States), bringing in Germany as a junior partner, and declared war on the "lesser" nations: UK, US, and Russia (no USSR in that world). The combined fleet that formed the League was on its way to Egypt to take it from Britain. As expected, League naval officers treat [[CatFolk Lemurians]] as little more than animals, disgusted that humans are treating them as equals. They're not stupid, though, and understand that Lemurians can fight, even if their technology and military might is nowhere near what the League has. The League controls the Mediterranean region and is secretly monitoring the Alliance.
30th Jul '16 1:00:19 PM nombretomado
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* In DavidWeber's ''Heirs of Empire'' series, when the humans from Earth re-establish the empire and incorporate the various national militaries into a new united one, one general, an American, reflects briefly on his discomfort at wearing an Imperial Marine uniform, which is black with silver trim. In the first book of the series it was established that corrupt mutineers from the original Empire had been secretly influencing human society over millennia, including inspiring the SS uniform which was based on the Imperial Marine uniform, as a TakeThat to the mutineers who had repented and were secretly fighting them.

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* In DavidWeber's Creator/DavidWeber's ''Heirs of Empire'' series, when the humans from Earth re-establish the empire and incorporate the various national militaries into a new united one, one general, an American, reflects briefly on his discomfort at wearing an Imperial Marine uniform, which is black with silver trim. In the first book of the series it was established that corrupt mutineers from the original Empire had been secretly influencing human society over millennia, including inspiring the SS uniform which was based on the Imperial Marine uniform, as a TakeThat to the mutineers who had repented and were secretly fighting them.
27th Jul '16 1:51:24 PM john_e
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* In ''Series/AdamAdamantLives'', Surveillance Services are a private security firm who make deliberate use of Nazi imagery: black uniforms, Roman salutes, and even SS collar flashes.
30th Jun '16 3:51:30 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* ''WesternAnimation/ItEtaitUneFois''... Space: The military personnel of Cassiopeia carries armbands styled as Nazi ones except that have instead of a swastika a "W", that represents that constellation.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ItEtaitUneFois''... Space: The military personnel of Cassiopeia carries armbands styled as Nazi ones except that have instead of a swastika a "W", that represents that constellation. In addition to this, General Pest is said to have been chosen as leader because of how the masses follow him, echoing Hitler.
30th Jun '16 3:45:17 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* ''WesternAnimation/ItEtaitUneFois''... Space: The military personnel of Cassiopeia carries armbands styled as Nazi ones except that have instead of a swastika a "W", that represents that constellation.
11th Jun '16 7:57:12 AM Leliel
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* TabletopRPG/JAGSWonderland has the Army of No, an enormous legion of [[RealityIsOutToLunch Wild Things]] created by the [[EldritchAbomination Caretakers]] to destroy humanity. Everything ''else'' they've done is also to destroy humanity, but the sponsors of the Army wanted ''homo sapiens'' to be ''punished'' for the crime of existing first. So, they quite deliberately made the Army out to be the most gleefully AlwaysChaoticEvil force they could, making them as fascist as possible. The uniforms (many actually have their [[HighlyConspicuousUniform snappy blue jackets]] and [[HellBentForLeather leather fatigues]] sown into them on the manufacturing line so they won't screw up the dress code) was the first step.
5th Jun '16 4:58:00 AM Arkadi
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** Even Orks used to put on the Reich back in TheEighties: Goffs had their iconic spiked Stahlhelms, while Bloodaxes imitated Imperial uniforms and paraphernalia down to the rank insignia and CommissarCap. The Stormboyz were the most egregious example, though: originally, they were a sub-culture of malcontent youths who rebelled against mainstream Orkish society by doing "un-Orky" stuff such as drilling, parading and being all disciplined and hierarchical. They even wore lightning bolt badges closely resembling the SS-rune.
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