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2nd Jun '18 11:46:35 AM nombretomado
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* Wiki/TVTropes has begun acquiring its own Rogues Gallery of sorts, including the DataVampires, the hivemind behind DarthWiki, that "Q" hacker, DarthWiki/TheWikiWitchOfTheWeb, {{troll}}s on the forums, {{Wiki Vandal}}s, Tropers/TheAdvertisementServer, (though it's more of a TokenEvilTeammate) and our SitcomArchNemesis, [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] (although [[UnknownRival he doesn't really seem to think]] that TV Tropes is worth much).

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* Wiki/TVTropes has begun acquiring its own Rogues Gallery of sorts, including the DataVampires, the hivemind behind DarthWiki, DarthWiki/DarthWiki, that "Q" hacker, DarthWiki/TheWikiWitchOfTheWeb, {{troll}}s on the forums, {{Wiki Vandal}}s, Tropers/TheAdvertisementServer, (though it's more of a TokenEvilTeammate) and our SitcomArchNemesis, [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] (although [[UnknownRival he doesn't really seem to think]] that TV Tropes is worth much).
29th May '18 11:22:30 AM Sharlee
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** Depending on the continuity, poor Batman has had to deal with ''multiple'' rogues galleries. On [[Series/{{Batman}} the 1960s TV show]], [[BornInTheWrongCentury King Tut]] and Egghead were particularly troublesome. [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries The animated series]] gave us the ClockKing and its spinoff comic ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'' gave us, among others, the trio of [[CrazyPrepared Mastermind]], [[AwesomenessByAnalysis The Professor]], and [[BewareTheNiceOnes Mr. Nice]] (although they were more in the IneffectualSympatheticVillain category, really).

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** Depending on the continuity, poor Batman has had to deal with ''multiple'' rogues galleries. On [[Series/{{Batman}} the 1960s TV show]], [[BornInTheWrongCentury King Tut]] and Egghead were particularly troublesome. [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries The animated series]] gave us the ClockKing and its spinoff comic ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'' gave us, among others, the trio of [[CrazyPrepared Mastermind]], [[AwesomenessByAnalysis The Professor]], and [[BewareTheNiceOnes Mr. Nice]] (although they were more in the IneffectualSympatheticVillain category, really). And ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' adds Barbara Kean, Theo and Tabitha Galavan, Jerome and Jeremiah Valeska, and Fish Mooney to its Rogue roster, although they and the rest are more ''Jim Gordon's'' Gallery than Bruce Wayne's.
27th May '18 5:00:26 PM JusticeReaper
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* While the ComicBook/MartianManhunter has mostly fought one-off villains like [[OmnicidalManiac Commander Blanx]], Human Falcon, Human Squirrel, Mister Moth and the Countryman, he 's also got a few more notable enemies, such as his brother [[CainAndAbel Malefic]], [[MadScientist Professor Arnold Hugo]], the [[KillItWithFire Human Flame]], the Vulture Society and [[MindManipulation Despero]].

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* While the ComicBook/MartianManhunter has mostly fought one-off villains like [[OmnicidalManiac Commander Blanx]], Human Falcon, Human Squirrel, Mister Moth and the Countryman, he 's also got a few more notable enemies, such as his brother [[CainAndAbel Malefic]], [[MadScientist Professor Arnold Hugo]], the [[KillItWithFire Human Flame]], the Vulture Society Society, Bette Noir and [[MindManipulation Despero]].
19th May '18 10:25:28 PM darkemyst
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* Tim Drake was the first [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]] to start collecting his own personal rogues gallery while still acting as the Dark Knight's squire, and he continued adding to it as ComicBook/RedRobin. Notable members include [[MightyWhitey King Snake]], [[DragonLady Lynx]] (I & III), [[EnfantTerrible The General]], [[PowersViaPossession Johnny Warlock]], [[EvilSorcerer Warlock's Daughter]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame Jaeger]], [[ProfessionalKiller Scarab]], [[VillainTeleportation Dodge]] and the [[DarwinistDesire Daughter of Acheron]].

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* Tim Drake was the first [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]] to start collecting his own personal rogues gallery while still acting as the Dark Knight's squire, and he continued adding to it as ComicBook/RedRobin. Notable members include [[MightyWhitey King Snake]], [[DragonLady Lynx]] (I & III), [[EnfantTerrible The General]], [[PowersViaPossession Johnny Warlock]], [[EvilSorcerer Warlock's Daughter]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame Jaeger]], [[ProfessionalKiller Scarab]], [[VillainTeleportation Dodge]] Dodge]], [[PoisonousPerson Wanderer]], [[BloodKnight Widower]], [[MasterPoisoner Funnel]], the BodyHorror inducing [[PeoplePuppets Sac]] and the [[DarwinistDesire Daughter Daughters of Acheron]].
19th May '18 10:16:55 PM darkemyst
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* Tim Drake was the first [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]] to start collecting his own personal rogues gallery while still acting as the Dark Knight's squire, and he continued adding to it as ComicBook/RedRobin. Notable members include [[MightyWhitey King Snake]], [[DragonLady Lynx]] (I & III), [[EnfantTerrible The General]], [[PowersViaPossession Johnny Warlock]], [[EvilSorcerer Warlock's Daughter]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame Jaeger]], [[ProfessionalKiller Scarab]], [[VillainTeleportation Dodge]] and the [[DarwinistDesire Daughter of Acheron]].
14th May '18 1:11:51 AM Snowy66
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* Naturally happens in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', with recurring foes including [[ArchEnemy Reverse-Flash]], [[FreezeRay Captain Cold]], [[KillItWithFire Heat Wave]], [[GoldMakesEverythingShiny Golden Glider]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Wizard]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Pied Piper]], [[KillerGorilla Grodd]], [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]], [[HatePlague Rainbow Raider]], [[{{Teleportation}} Peek-a-boo]], [[ChromeChampion Girder]], [[ElementalShapeshifter Mist]], [[MadBomber Trickster]], [[SerialKiller Zoom]], [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]], [[AlchemyIsMagic Dr. Alchemy]], [[AGodAmI Savitar]], [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver The Rival]], [[MagicMirror Mirror Master]], [[OutlawCouple Top]], [[ExtraOreDinary Blacksmith]], and [[SuperIntelligence The Thinker]]. The twist is that it's Barry who ends up accidentally calling them "Rogues Gallery", although, at the time, it only includes Captain Cold (Leonard Snart), Heat Wave (Mick Rory), and Golden Glider (Lisa Snart). Cold ends up liking the "Rogues" part and reuses it later. He also later frees some meta-humans and tells Barry they now owe him one, implying that the Rogues Gallery may get new members, with powers this time.

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* Naturally happens in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', with recurring foes including [[ArchEnemy Reverse-Flash]], [[FreezeRay Captain Cold]], [[KillItWithFire Heat Wave]], [[GoldMakesEverythingShiny Golden Glider]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Wizard]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Pied Piper]], [[KillerGorilla Grodd]], [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]], [[HatePlague Rainbow Raider]], [[{{Teleportation}} Peek-a-boo]], [[ChromeChampion Girder]], [[ElementalShapeshifter Mist]], [[MadBomber Trickster]], [[SerialKiller Zoom]], [[SharkMan King Shark]], [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]], [[AlchemyIsMagic Dr. Alchemy]], [[AGodAmI Savitar]], [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver The Rival]], [[MagicMirror Mirror Master]], [[OutlawCouple Top]], [[{{MagiTek}} Abra Kadabra]], [[ExtraOreDinary Blacksmith]], and [[SuperIntelligence The Thinker]]. The twist is that it's Barry who ends up accidentally calling them "Rogues Gallery", although, at the time, it only includes Captain Cold (Leonard Snart), Heat Wave (Mick Rory), and Golden Glider (Lisa Snart). Cold ends up liking the "Rogues" part and reuses it later. He also later frees some meta-humans and tells Barry they now owe him one, implying that the Rogues Gallery may get new members, with powers this time.
2nd May '18 4:48:46 AM Dravencour
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* ''Franchise/MortalKombat'': Right throughout the series, the fighters of Earth (along with their allies from other realms) have to deal with a number of enemies who want to use the titular tournament for their own ends, usually to overthrow Earth as a means of furthering their path of conquest and/or destruction. The forces of Outworld, the ones most frequently guilty of this, consist of [[EvilOverlord Shao Kahn]] and his hordes of minions, particularly [[YourSoulIsMine Shang Tsung]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Sindel]], [[ALoadOfBull Motaro]], [[BladeBelowTheShoulder Baraka]], [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily Mileena]], [[ImAHumanitarian Reptile]], [[IAmLegion Ermac]], and members of [[MultiArmedAndDangerous the Shokan race]] (particularly [[TheJuggernaut Kintaro]]), but the good guys also have to deal with the likes of [[EvilSorcerer Quan Chi]], [[ManipulativeBastard Shinnok]] and the [[CastingAShadow Brotherhood of Shadow]], [[KnifeNut Kano]] and the Black Dragon syndicate, the [[ProfessionalKiller Lin Kuei]] (bar [[AnIcePerson Sub-Zero]]), the Red Dragon clan (of which the Black Dragons are an offshoot), and the Edenian traitor [[TheBaroness Tanya]]. Whether or not [[AntiHero Scorpion]] is part of this list depends on which game you're referencing, as he's just as likely to oppose the heroes as he is to oppose any of the villains (though he definitely has a mad-on for Quan Chi).

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* ''Franchise/MortalKombat'': Right throughout the series, the fighters of Earth (along with their allies from other realms) have to deal with a number of enemies who want to use the titular tournament for their own ends, usually to overthrow Earth as a means of furthering their path of conquest and/or destruction. The forces of Outworld, the ones most frequently guilty of this, consist of [[EvilOverlord Shao Kahn]] and his hordes of minions, particularly [[YourSoulIsMine Shang Tsung]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Sindel]], [[ALoadOfBull Motaro]], [[BladeBelowTheShoulder Baraka]], [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily Mileena]], [[ImAHumanitarian Reptile]], [[IAmLegion Ermac]], and members of [[MultiArmedAndDangerous the Shokan race]] (particularly [[TheJuggernaut Kintaro]]), but the good guys also have to deal with the likes of [[EvilSorcerer Quan Chi]], [[ManipulativeBastard Shinnok]] and the [[CastingAShadow Brotherhood of Shadow]], [[KnifeNut Kano]] and the Black Dragon syndicate, the [[ProfessionalKiller Lin Kuei]] (bar [[AnIcePerson Sub-Zero]]), the Red Dragon clan (of which the Black Dragons are an offshoot), and the Edenian traitor [[TheBaroness Tanya]]. Whether or not [[AntiHero Scorpion]] is part of this list depends on which game you're referencing, as he's just as likely to oppose the heroes as he is to oppose any of the villains (though he definitely has a mad-on for Sub-Zero and later Quan Chi).Chi because of his quest for revenge).
1st May '18 8:48:06 PM Malady
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* Most of the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk's enemies are other super-strong bruisers who can actually go a few rounds with the Big Green Machine without immediately getting turned into roadkill, like the [[EvilCounterpart Abomination]], Mister Hyde, Madman, the Glob, and the Wendigo. Not everyone fits the bill however, such as the Leader, a MadScientist and EvilGenius who has as much brains as the Hulk does brawn; the U-Foes, a collective EvilCounterpart to the Comicbook/FantasticFour with a similar origin and powers, although they never actually met the Four; [[EnergyBeings Zzzax]], a sentient electrical field; Mercy, a fragile-looking and wayward DarkMagicalGirl; the Gamma Corps, a collection of other gamma-mutated humans who serve the Leader; and Rock and Redeemer, one of whom is a sentient shapeshifting boulder and the other who wears a suit of deadly power armor. The Hulk has even battled a couple of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, like the Crawling Unknown (a giant, cancerlike growth that mutated out of control), and Sh'mballah, an {{Expy}} of {{Cthulhu|Mythos}} who tried to conquer the Earth, messed with the Hulk, [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu and didn't live to regret it]]. The Hulk is also a popular choice for [[RoguesGalleryTransplant villains who fight someone besides their traditional enemies]], as he's tangled with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Sandman and the Rhino]] and [[Comicbook/XMen the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Juggernaut]]. The Hulk is also one of the few Marvel characters who has other heroes in his rogues gallery, regularly slugging it out with Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Wolverine, and [[Comicbook/FantasticFour The Thing.]]

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* Most of the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk's enemies are other super-strong bruisers who can actually go a few rounds with the Big Green Machine without immediately getting turned into roadkill, like the [[EvilCounterpart Abomination]], Mister Hyde, Madman, the Glob, and the Wendigo. Not everyone fits the bill however, such as the Leader, a MadScientist and EvilGenius who has as much brains as the Hulk does brawn; the U-Foes, a collective EvilCounterpart to the Comicbook/FantasticFour with a similar origin and powers, although they never actually met the Four; [[EnergyBeings Zzzax]], a sentient electrical field; Mercy, a fragile-looking and wayward DarkMagicalGirl; the Gamma Corps, a collection of other gamma-mutated humans who serve the Leader; and Rock and Redeemer, one of whom is a sentient shapeshifting boulder and the other who wears a suit of deadly power armor. The Hulk has even battled a couple of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, like the Crawling Unknown (a giant, cancerlike growth that mutated out of control), and Sh'mballah, an {{Expy}} of {{Cthulhu|Mythos}} Franchise/{{Cthulhu|Mythos}} who tried to conquer the Earth, messed with the Hulk, [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu and didn't live to regret it]]. The Hulk is also a popular choice for [[RoguesGalleryTransplant villains who fight someone besides their traditional enemies]], as he's tangled with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Sandman and the Rhino]] and [[Comicbook/XMen the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Juggernaut]]. The Hulk is also one of the few Marvel characters who has other heroes in his rogues gallery, regularly slugging it out with Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Wolverine, and [[Comicbook/FantasticFour The Thing.]]
27th Apr '18 5:55:51 PM DiabulusPyrus
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'' has a large cast of antagonists that tend to return at least once. These include [[ArchEnemy King Goobot]], [[FeatheredFiend Poultra]], [[EvilKnockoff Evil Jimmy]], [[MadScientist Professor Calamitous]], [[MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter Beautiful Gorgeous]], [[AIIsACrapshoot the Nanobots]], [[RealityWarper Meldar]], [[BanditClan Zix, Travoltron, and Tee]], [[KillerRabbit the Twonkies]], [[FatBastard the Junkman]], [[BrainyBaby Baby Eddie]], [[RichBastard Eustace Strych]] and [[MassHypnosis Grandma Taters]].
31st Mar '18 11:56:56 PM quackytrope
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* [[Manga/HunterxHunter Hunter x Hunter]]: while some villains in the series are dealt with by the end of an arc, there's a decent amount of recurring antagonists who cause problems for Gon and his friends; namely Hisoka, Illumi, Chrollo Lucifer and the Phantom Troupe, and occasionally the Zoldyck family.

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* [[Manga/HunterxHunter Hunter x Hunter]]: while some villains in the series are dealt with by the end of an arc, there's a decent amount of recurring antagonists who cause problems for Gon and his friends; namely Hisoka, Illumi, Chrollo Lucifer and the Phantom Troupe, and occasionally occasionally[[labelnote:note]]They may have the same goal as the protagonists or nothing to do with them at all, depending on the situation. Like Illumi, they're mainly a source of conflict for Killua.[[/labelnote]] the Zoldyck family.
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