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29th May '16 6:45:28 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderMan'' on the PS1/N64/PC featured at least six of Spidey's most famous villains teaming up together (and at least two more pursuing their own agendas).

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* ''VideoGame/SpiderMan'' on the PS1/N64/PC [=PS1=]/N64/PC featured at least six of Spidey's most famous villains teaming up together (and at least two more pursuing their own agendas).
19th Jan '16 5:42:54 PM bwburke94
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** The seventh season premier closed with a WhamLine, delivered by [[spoiler: [[BigBad The First Evil]]]] in the form of all of the previous seasons' main villains in reverse order [[spoiler: and ending with [[ActingForTwo Buffy]].]]
** Angelus was sorely missed; his spot was taken by Drusilla.

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** The seventh season premier premiere closed with a WhamLine, delivered by [[spoiler: [[BigBad The a shapeshifter (later revealed to be [[spoiler:the First Evil]]]] Evil]]) in the form of all of the previous seasons' main villains in reverse order [[spoiler: and ending with [[ActingForTwo Buffy]].]]
** Angelus
Buffy.]] (Because Spike was sorely missed; on the other side of the conversation and Angel was on [[Series/{{Angel}} his own show]], the Season 2 spot was taken by Drusilla.)
22nd Dec '15 9:12:46 PM Tork
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** Creator/MarkMillar featured one in his run on ''Marvel Knights Spider-Man'', culminating in "The Last Stand" where the Green Goblin assembles The Sinister ''Twelve''.
5th Jul '15 4:25:13 PM nombretomado
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** ''Where Were You on the Night Batman was Killed?'' where several members of Batman's rogues gallery (ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}, the Riddler, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker and, inexplicably, LexLuthor) claim to have murdered Batman and place themselves on 'trial' before a jury of their peers (The Mad Hatter, Poison Ivy, the Scarecrow, Mr Freeze, the Spook, and Signalman) with Two-Face as the prosecutor and Ra's al Ghul as the judge. Most of the rest of the rogues gallery shows up to watch.

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** ''Where Were You on the Night Batman was Killed?'' where several members of Batman's rogues gallery (ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}, the Riddler, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker and, inexplicably, LexLuthor) ComicBook/LexLuthor) claim to have murdered Batman and place themselves on 'trial' before a jury of their peers (The Mad Hatter, Poison Ivy, the Scarecrow, Mr Freeze, the Spook, and Signalman) with Two-Face as the prosecutor and Ra's al Ghul as the judge. Most of the rest of the rogues gallery shows up to watch.
27th Apr '15 2:14:02 PM Anddrix
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* A whole slew of pre-ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} ComicBook/{{Batman}} villains turn up to fight Thomas Wayne in ''[[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Convergence #3]]'' including Professor Pyg, Man Bat, Dr Hurt, Una Nemo, Mr. Zsasz, [[spoiler:the Joker]].
7th Apr '15 7:16:45 PM CornwindEvilman
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* ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaAndTheAvengers'' features Klaw, the Living Laser, the Whirlwind, the Wizard, the Grim Reaper, the Mandarin, the Juggernaut, Ultron and Crossbones, all being controlled by the Red Skull.

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* ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaAndTheAvengers'' features Klaw, the Living Laser, the Whirlwind, the Wizard, the Grim Reaper, the Mandarin, the Juggernaut, Ultron and Crossbones, all being controlled by the Red Skull.[[note]]Well, considering his canon characterization, Crossbones was PROBABLY working under Skull willingly...[[/note]]
2nd Feb '15 2:13:51 PM MarkLungo
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This trope deals with individual stories from a series/franchise that feature several members of the series'/franchise's RoguesGallery. These tales don't necessarily fall under VillainTeamUp or LegionOfDoom, although there's considerable overlap; they just involve stories in which a ''lot'' of villains appear, whether they're working together or not. Writers sometimes refer to these stories as "gang bangs".

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This trope deals with individual stories from a series/franchise that feature several members of the series'/franchise's RoguesGallery. These tales don't necessarily fall under VillainTeamUp or LegionOfDoom, although there's considerable overlap; they just involve stories adventures in which a ''lot'' of villains appear, whether they're working together or not. Writers sometimes refer to these stories as "gang bangs".
2nd Feb '15 10:24:00 AM MagBas
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This trope deals with individual stories from a series/franchise that feature several members of the series'/franchise's RoguesGallery. These tales don't necessarily fall under VillainTeamUp or LegionOfDoom, although there's considerable overlap; they just involve stories in which a ''lot'' of villains appear, whether they're working together or not. Writers sometimes refer to these stories as "gang bangs", a name best avoided because of the UnfortunateImplications.

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This trope deals with individual stories from a series/franchise that feature several members of the series'/franchise's RoguesGallery. These tales don't necessarily fall under VillainTeamUp or LegionOfDoom, although there's considerable overlap; they just involve stories in which a ''lot'' of villains appear, whether they're working together or not. Writers sometimes refer to these stories as "gang bangs", a name best avoided because of the UnfortunateImplications.
bangs".
1st Aug '14 8:13:21 AM MarkLungo
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* In ''TransformersAnimated,'' the Decepticons are much stronger and usually ''one'' is enough to be the villain of the week. They're not all on the same page, either. This means "Megatron Rising," the only episode where all five main 'cons appear at once, is one of these. They don't really 'team up' so much as you have Lugnut and Blitzwing looking for Megatron, then Megatron enacting his plan to steal the MacGuffin, TheStarscream serving himself as always, and Blackarachnia... trying to steal the MacGuffin before Megatron gets to it. Five villains, four goals, though obviously the "trying to find and restore Megatron" goal leads into Megatron's plan once he is restored. Also, "Decepticon Air," involving Decepticon prisoners breaking out during a space flight back to Cybertron for imprisonment, involves a team up of 'cons who aren't usually one big team; wanting to escape is about all any one of them has in common with any of the others, though they do team up.

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* In ''TransformersAnimated,'' ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated,'' the Decepticons are much stronger and usually ''one'' is enough to be the villain of the week. They're not all on the same page, either. This means "Megatron Rising," Rising", the only episode where all five main 'cons appear at once, is one of these. They don't really 'team up' so much as you have Lugnut and Blitzwing looking for Megatron, then Megatron enacting his plan to steal the MacGuffin, TheStarscream serving himself as always, and Blackarachnia... trying to steal the MacGuffin before Megatron gets to it. Five villains, four goals, though obviously the "trying to find and restore Megatron" goal leads into Megatron's plan once he is restored. Also, "Decepticon Air," involving Decepticon prisoners breaking out during a space flight back to Cybertron for imprisonment, involves a team up of 'cons who aren't usually one big team; wanting to escape is about all any one of them has in common with any of the others, though they do team up.
31st Jul '14 9:29:24 PM EcliptorCalrissian
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*In ''TransformersAnimated,'' the Decepticons are much stronger and usually ''one'' is enough to be the villain of the week. They're not all on the same page, either. This means "Megatron Rising," the only episode where all five main 'cons appear at once, is one of these. They don't really 'team up' so much as you have Lugnut and Blitzwing looking for Megatron, then Megatron enacting his plan to steal the MacGuffin, TheStarscream serving himself as always, and Blackarachnia... trying to steal the MacGuffin before Megatron gets to it. Five villains, four goals, though obviously the "trying to find and restore Megatron" goal leads into Megatron's plan once he is restored. Also, "Decepticon Air," involving Decepticon prisoners breaking out during a space flight back to Cybertron for imprisonment, involves a team up of 'cons who aren't usually one big team; wanting to escape is about all any one of them has in common with any of the others, though they do team up.
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