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11th Jul '17 7:22:30 PM Tovarishch
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* Mexican beer ''Tecate'' "Somos Bax" ("We are Box") ads featuring Creator/SylvesterStallone. All of them feature men getting angrily reprimanded by Stallone (or some other famous pugilist) for their lack of manliness in their actions, concluding with the line "Te hace falta ver más ''Bax''"[[hottip:*:"You need to watch more ''Bax'']].
21st Jun '17 6:56:21 PM Metalhead14
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%%* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries''

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20th Jun '17 11:50:03 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': House Umber is the "Camp Macho" of the northern houses.
11th Jun '17 11:46:01 AM nombretomado
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* Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven, for a more classical take on manliness.

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* Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven, Music/LudwigVanBeethoven, for a more classical take on manliness.
30th May '17 9:07:50 AM Meyers07TheTroper
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* ''Videogame/MarlowBriggsAndTheMaskOfDeath'' is like ''Videogame/GodOfWar'' but in the present day, for XBOX 360 and PC.
25th May '17 4:08:56 PM cwf123
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* ''WebAnimation/LoboWebseries'' can be seen as this thanks to Lobo's pure manliness, even when he gets blown up and regenerates.
24th May '17 8:33:15 AM Nick98
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* Music/DeathGrips is what happens when you mix this trope with AxCrazy. "Beware" and "No Love" in particular are songs notable for the sheer testosterone flowing through them.

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* Music/DeathGrips is what happens when you mix this trope with AxCrazy. "Beware" and "Beware", "Guillotine", "No Love" and "Giving Bad People Good Ideas" in particular are songs notable for the sheer testosterone flowing through them.
18th May '17 2:21:02 AM at_ease_loser
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* ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'': You get to shoot scores of mooks and blow things up. And on top of that, you play as beefed-up Navy [=SEALs=] and one leatherneck in fricking Afghanistan! Am I missing anything?
4th May '17 1:25:04 PM SolidSonicTH
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* If you're into manly, dig up the old Creator/BlizzardEntertainment side-scrolling platformer ''VideoGame/{{Blackthorne}}'' and its eponymous protagonist, Kyle Blackthorne. His character is designed from top to bottom to be a chiseled rock of manliness with his action hero mode of dress to his [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter choice of weapon]] to the fact he can OffhandBackhand someone with his shotgun with an unflinching sense of nonchalant and indifferent routine.
28th Apr '17 7:19:10 PM merotoker
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* ''Manga/HajimeNoIppo'': it's about members of a boxing gym who dedicate their lives to the sport. They're filled with so much fighting spirit that the whole series is tranlated as that in some countries.
** Special Mention must go to Mamoru Takamura, who truly is a man among men, to the point that it borders on TestosteronePoisining. The best example of this? He fought a [[BearsAreBadNews bear]] ''and won.'' Even better, the bear gives him some scars on his chest and shoulders that only serve to make him even more manly and seriously intimidate his opponents.

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* ''Manga/HajimeNoIppo'': it's about members of a boxing gym who dedicate their lives to the sport. They're filled with so much fighting spirit that the whole series is tranlated translated as that in some countries.
** Special Mention mention must go to Mamoru Takamura, who truly is a man among men, to the point that it borders on TestosteronePoisining. TestosteronePoisoning. The best example of this? He fought a [[BearsAreBadNews bear]] {{bear|sAreBadNews}} ''and won.'' Even better, the bear gives him some scars on his chest and shoulders that only serve to make him even more manly and seriously intimidate his opponents.



* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''. Tons of action and vampires and explosions and everything else that a manly show could want, along with several characters who would put the action stars of the 70s and 80s to shame. Alucard, Anderson, and the Captain are just the most obvious male examples, but the show also features [[ActionGirl Action Girls]] galore.

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* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''. Tons of action and vampires and explosions and everything else that a manly show could want, along with several characters who would put the action stars of the 70s and 80s to shame. Alucard, Anderson, and the Captain are just the most obvious male examples, but the show also features [[ActionGirl Action Girls]] {{Action Girl}}s galore.



* [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], a warrior god straight out of Myth/NorseMythology and one of the most powerful heroes in the MarvelUniverse.

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* [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], a warrior god straight out of Myth/NorseMythology and one of the most powerful heroes in the MarvelUniverse.Franchise/MarvelUniverse.



* ''Film/ApocalypseNow''. Along with ''Film/{{Platoon}}'' and ''Film/FullMetalJacket'', this suffers from DoNotDoThisCoolThing syndrome. Most young men want nothing more than to attack a Vietcong village with helicopters and napalm, and then go upriver in a boat, whilst taking drugs, wearing a flak jacket and machine-gunning enemies. [[spoiler: Ends up being {{Deconstructed}}. Three of the crew are killed, the remaining two are probably scarred for life after their journey, the main character is already suffering from PTSD, the villain is a MightyWhitey who went insane, and that's not even including the hundreds of background characters that we see losing or have lost their fucking minds in the most gruesome parts of the war. And absolutely none of it is portrayed lightly, as we what kind of an effect war [[RealityEnsues really has]] on ordinary men.]]
* [[ColonelBadass Colonel]] [[ColonelKilgore Miles]] Quaritch from ''Film/{{Avatar}}''. The proof: Customized his AMP suit and his [[CoolShip personal gunship]] with dragons, stays beefy by lifting weights and is fond of solving problems with [[MoreDakka heavy ordinance]].

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* ''Film/ApocalypseNow''. Along with ''Film/{{Platoon}}'' and ''Film/FullMetalJacket'', this suffers from DoNotDoThisCoolThing syndrome. Most young men want nothing more than to attack a Vietcong village with helicopters and napalm, and then go upriver in a boat, whilst taking drugs, wearing a flak jacket and machine-gunning enemies. [[spoiler: Ends up being {{Deconstructed}}.{{deconstructed|Trope}}. Three of the crew are killed, the remaining two are probably scarred for life after their journey, the main character is already suffering from PTSD, the villain is a MightyWhitey who went insane, and that's not even including the hundreds of background characters that we see losing or have lost their fucking minds in the most gruesome parts of the war. And absolutely none of it is portrayed lightly, as we what kind of an effect war [[RealityEnsues really has]] on ordinary men.]]
* [[ColonelBadass Colonel]] {{Colonel|Badass}} [[ColonelKilgore Miles]] Quaritch from ''Film/{{Avatar}}''. The proof: Customized his AMP suit and his [[CoolShip personal gunship]] with dragons, stays beefy by lifting weights and is fond of solving problems with [[MoreDakka heavy ordinance]].



* ''Film/TheBridgeOnTheRiverKwai''

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* ''Film/DeathRace''. It's a film about a modern gladiator game where prisoners, all [[BadassDriver badass racers]] with nicknames such as "Frankenstein" and "Machine Gun Joe," compete in a race in which track is littered with all kinds of deadly traps while accompained by hot babes as navigators. Oh, and the first film's protagonist is Creator/JasonStatham, and one of his crew is Creator/IanMcShane. The sequels didn't bring them back, but brought Creator/DannyTrejo and Creator/VingRhames for compensation. ''Can you feel it, dudes?!''

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* ''Film/DeathRace''. It's a film about a modern gladiator game where prisoners, all [[BadassDriver badass racers]] with nicknames such as "Frankenstein" and "Machine Gun Joe," compete in a race in which the track is littered with all kinds of deadly traps while accompained by hot babes as navigators. Oh, and the first film's protagonist is Creator/JasonStatham, and one of his crew is Creator/IanMcShane. The sequels didn't bring them back, but brought Creator/DannyTrejo and Creator/VingRhames for compensation. ''Can you feel it, dudes?!''



* ''Film/{{Gladiator}}'', taking the manly SwordAndSandal genre and adding all the blood it couldn't have in its hayday.

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* ''Film/{{Gladiator}}'', taking the manly SwordAndSandal genre and adding all the blood it couldn't have in its hayday.heyday.



* ''Film/TheGreatEscape''.

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* ''Film/JasonAndTheArgonauts''

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* Film/TheLongestDay

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* ''Literature/JackReacher''

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* ''Literature/TreasureIsland''

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* ''Series/{{Justified}}''
* ''Series/TwentyFour''

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* ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''

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* ''Series/TheProfessionals''

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* ''VideoGame/AnarchyReigns''

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* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries''

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* ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}''

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* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry''

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* ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon''

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* ''VideoGame/GoldenAxe''

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** The [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Sangheili]] (or Elites) can be summed up as [[RecycledInSpace "Sparta in Space"]]: an entire culture dedicated to being badass warriors, where [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority promotion and social advancement is directly tied to ones body count]], and one of the lawfully accepted ways to deal with political disagreement is attempted assassination (with an emphasis on "attempted").

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** The [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Sangheili]] (or Elites) can be summed up as [[RecycledInSpace "Sparta in Space"]]: an entire culture dedicated to being badass warriors, where [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority promotion and social advancement is directly tied to ones one's body count]], and one of the lawfully accepted ways to deal with political disagreement is attempted assassination (with an emphasis on "attempted").



* ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}''

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** ''[[VideoGame/NierAutomata Automata]]'', meanwhile, has ''loads'' of StuffBlowingUp, HotBlooded, [[Main/{{Pun}} hot]] [[MsFanservice female-modeled androids]] that would put any males to shame in combat, [[InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha flying mechs that take down even bigger mechs]], and a story that explores themes such as war, corruption, and prejudice.
* ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden''

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** ''[[VideoGame/NierAutomata Automata]]'', meanwhile, has ''loads'' of StuffBlowingUp, HotBlooded, [[Main/{{Pun}} [[{{Pun}} hot]] [[MsFanservice female-modeled androids]] that would put any males to shame in combat, [[InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha flying mechs that take down even bigger mechs]], and a story that explores themes such as war, corruption, and prejudice.
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* ''Rastan''
* ''VideoGame/{{Rune}}''

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* ''Film/{{Ultramarines}}: The Film''

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Inhumanoids}}''

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/SwatKats SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron]]''.

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* ''{{WesternAnimation/Motorcity}}''.

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