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18th Apr '16 10:11:17 AM Anicomicgeek
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* When Nightwing moved to Bludhaven at the start of his solo title, the second Blockbuster was imported. A genius turned DumbMuscle in Batman, Blockbuster had just recently [[DealWtheTheDevil made a deal with]] [[ComicBook/UnderworldUnleashed Neron]] to regain his genius while keeping his super strength and was now a Bludhaven crimelord.

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* When Nightwing moved to Bludhaven at the start of his solo title, the second Blockbuster was imported. A genius turned DumbMuscle in Batman, Blockbuster had just recently [[DealWtheTheDevil [[DealWithTheDevil made a deal with]] [[ComicBook/UnderworldUnleashed Neron]] to regain his genius while keeping his super strength and was now a Bludhaven crimelord.
18th Apr '16 10:10:16 AM Anicomicgeek
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* When Nightwing moved to Bludhaven at the start of his solo title, the Batman villain Blockbuster was imported. A kid genius turned DumbMuscle in Batman, Blockbuster had just recently found a way to regain his genius while keeping his super strength and was now a Bludhaven crimelord.

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* When Nightwing moved to Bludhaven at the start of his solo title, the Batman villain second Blockbuster was imported. A kid genius turned DumbMuscle in Batman, Blockbuster had just recently found [[DealWtheTheDevil made a way deal with]] [[ComicBook/UnderworldUnleashed Neron]] to regain his genius while keeping his super strength and was now a Bludhaven crimelord.
12th Apr '16 4:32:58 PM Drope
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** King Boo was formally introduced as Luigi's archnemesis in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' games, but he still makes appearances in the Mario platformers and sports spin-offs every now and then (although he looks [[YouDontLookLikeYou different in those]]), so he doesn't end up being much different from the other several {{King Mook}}s that Mario himself faces in the in the series.

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** King Boo was formally introduced as Luigi's archnemesis in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' games, but he still makes appearances in the Mario platformers and sports spin-offs every now and then (although he looks [[YouDontLookLikeYou different in those]]), so he doesn't end up being much different from the other several {{King Mook}}s that Mario himself faces in the in the series.
10th Apr '16 9:54:14 AM Drope
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** In reverse, Kamek, Baby Bowser's caretaker from the Yoshi games, has made frequent appearances in the mainline games and [=RPG=] spin-offs to the point of being Bowser's [[TheDragon right-hand man]] in several games.

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** In reverse, Kamek, Baby Bowser's caretaker from the Yoshi games, has made frequent appearances in the mainline games and [=RPG=] spin-offs to the point of being (adult) Bowser's [[TheDragon right-hand man]] in several games.
10th Apr '16 9:51:07 AM Drope
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** In reverse, Kamek, Baby Bowser's caretaker from the Yoshi games, has made frequent appearances in the mainline games and [=RPG=] spin-offs.
** King Boo was formally introduced as (and still is) Luigi's archnemesis in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' games, but he still makes appearances in the Mario platformers and sports spin-offs every now and then (although he looks [[YouDontLookLikeYou different in those]]).

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** In reverse, Kamek, Baby Bowser's caretaker from the Yoshi games, has made frequent appearances in the mainline games and [=RPG=] spin-offs.
spin-offs to the point of being Bowser's [[TheDragon right-hand man]] in several games.
** King Boo was formally introduced as (and still is) Luigi's archnemesis in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' games, but he still makes appearances in the Mario platformers and sports spin-offs every now and then (although he looks [[YouDontLookLikeYou different in those]]).those]]), so he doesn't end up being much different from the other several {{King Mook}}s that Mario himself faces in the in the series.
10th Apr '16 9:47:36 AM Drope
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* While they still are sometimes enemies of Mario, Shy Guys, who originated in SuperMarioBros 2, are now a standard enemy of the Yoshi's Island series, while Yoshi didn't even exist yet when Super Mario Bros 2 came out.

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* While they still are sometimes enemies of Mario, Shy Guys, who originated in SuperMarioBros 2, are now a standard enemy of the Yoshi's Island ''VideoGame/YoshisIsland'' series, while Yoshi didn't even exist yet when Super Mario Bros 2 came out.out.
** In reverse, Kamek, Baby Bowser's caretaker from the Yoshi games, has made frequent appearances in the mainline games and [=RPG=] spin-offs.
** King Boo was formally introduced as (and still is) Luigi's archnemesis in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' games, but he still makes appearances in the Mario platformers and sports spin-offs every now and then (although he looks [[YouDontLookLikeYou different in those]]).
26th Mar '16 9:54:56 AM nighttrainfm
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'''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}:''' Hey, it's like I said. We turned the Kingpin from a ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain into a ''Daredevil'' villain in the seventies and I never looked back.

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'''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}:''' Hey, it's like I said. We turned the Kingpin from a ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain into a ''Daredevil'' villain in the seventies and I never looked back.
16th Mar '16 4:46:14 PM DragonRanger
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** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' makes liberal use of this trope since most of the main characters are {{Canon Foreigner}}s, and thus have no existing rogues from the comics. You have enemies of Iron Man (Blizzard, [[LegacyCharacter (a)]] Whiplash), Thor (the Absorbing Man, Lorelei), the Avengers (Graviton), and even Comicbook/{{Nova}} (Blackout). Special mention goes to [[spoiler:Mister Hyde]], who has noted above has bounced around between multiple superheroes in the comics but is here made specifically a S.H.I.E.L.D. villain by capitalizing on the development in the comics that his daughter is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent.
** ''Series/AgentCarter'' likewise stars someone who in the comics was merely a supporting character and had no specific enemies of her own. So far the show's villains have been [[spoiler:Dr. Faustus]] from ''Captain America'', Madame Masque from ''Iron Man'', and [[spoiler:an evil ComicBook/BlackWidow, who is technically a CanonForeigner but draws on the heroic ComicBook/BlackWidow's backstory that she wasn't the first such Soviet agent.]]

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** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' makes liberal use of this trope since most of the main characters are {{Canon Foreigner}}s, and thus have no existing rogues from the comics. You have enemies of Iron Man (Blizzard, [[LegacyCharacter (a)]] Whiplash), Thor (the Absorbing Man, Lorelei), the Hulk (General Talbot), the Avengers (Graviton), and even Comicbook/{{Nova}} (Blackout). Special mention goes to [[spoiler:Mister Hyde]], who has noted above has bounced around between multiple superheroes in the comics but is here made specifically a S.H.I.E.L.D. villain by capitalizing on the development in the comics that [[ComicBook/DaisyJohnson his daughter daughter]] is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent.
agent. Lash could also qualify, being an ''[[ComicBook/TheInhumans Inhumans]]'' villain transplanted to S.H.I.E.L.D., but then again a lot of other ''Inhumans'' concepts were transplanted to S.H.I.E.L.D. so he fits.
** ''Series/AgentCarter'' likewise stars someone who in the comics was merely a supporting character and had no specific enemies of her own. So far the show's villains have been [[spoiler:Dr. Faustus]] and the Secret Empire (renamed the Council of Nine in this show) from ''Captain America'', Madame Masque from ''Iron Man'', and [[spoiler:an evil ComicBook/BlackWidow, who is technically a CanonForeigner but draws on the heroic ComicBook/BlackWidow's backstory that she wasn't the first such Soviet agent.]]
9th Mar '16 7:17:27 PM DeisTheAlcano
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->'''ComicBook/GreenArrow:''' I can't believe your advice worked. We actually managed to turn Ra's Al Ghul into an ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' villain.\\
'''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}:''' Hey, it's like I said. We turned the Kingpin from a ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain into a ''Daredevil'' villain in the seventies and I never looked back.
-->-- ''WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC'', "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSMPFhZYizE&ab_channel=ItsJustSomeRandomGuy Hi, I'm a Marvel...and I'm a DC...and I'm on TV]]"
6th Mar '16 9:53:33 PM jormis29
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' puts either Rumplestiltskin or the queen from Snow White in ''everything''. So far Rumple has been Cinderella's fairy godmother, Beauty's Beast, and Captain Hook's crocodile, while Regina has been the Little Mermaid's Sea Witch and the wicked stepmother who abandoned Hansel and Gretel (though not actually their stepmother, she was still responsible for the events.) Then there's the spin-off, ''Series/OnceUponATimeInWonderland'', in which Alice's main antagonist is [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar.]]

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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' puts either Rumplestiltskin or the queen from Snow White in ''everything''. So far Rumple has been Cinderella's fairy godmother, Beauty's Beast, and Captain Hook's crocodile, while Regina has been the Little Mermaid's Sea Witch and the wicked stepmother who abandoned Hansel and Gretel (though not actually their stepmother, she was still responsible for the events.) Then there's the spin-off, ''Series/OnceUponATimeInWonderland'', in which Alice's main antagonist is [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar.]]
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