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19th Jan '17 3:30:01 AM TitoMosquito
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* Ashley [=McFly=][=/=]Leather Ashes from ''Fanfic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''.[[{{Fauxreigner}} She pretends to be from the USA]], and is a flat-chested brunette, a 360 flip on the common image Japanese have of all American women being [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal blonde buxom beauties]].

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* Ashley [=McFly=][=/=]Leather Ashes from ''Fanfic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''. [[{{Fauxreigner}} She pretends to be from the USA]], and is a flat-chested brunette, a 360 flip on the common image Japanese have of all American women being [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal blonde buxom beauties]].
7th Jan '17 2:58:37 PM nombretomado
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* One hilarious scene in ''Film/{{Airplane}}'' shows [[LeaveItToBeaver June Cleaver]] acting as an interpreter for two black youths who speak only Jive. She, of course, despite being a little old lady is fluent in [[JiveTurkey the language]].

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* One hilarious scene in ''Film/{{Airplane}}'' shows [[LeaveItToBeaver [[Series/LeaveItToBeaver June Cleaver]] acting as an interpreter for two black youths who speak only Jive. She, of course, despite being a little old lady is fluent in [[JiveTurkey the language]].
8th Dec '16 5:46:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' has Karrin Murphy: a pretty, five-foot-nothing blond with a cute button nose who Harry has described as looking like a cheerleader or someone's favorite aunt. And she's a {{badass}} cop with a black belt in aikido who's stood up to everything from a NighInvulnerable hell-werewolf to the king of all incubi and once attacked a 15-foot-tall ogre with a chainsaw. Also, the local werewolf pack are all TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons-playing geeks. Averted in the TV series, where Murphy is Hispanic and looks like she means business. Still pretty, though.

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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' has Karrin Murphy: a pretty, five-foot-nothing blond with a cute button nose who Harry has described as looking like a cheerleader or someone's favorite aunt. And she's a {{badass}} badass cop with a black belt in aikido who's stood up to everything from a NighInvulnerable hell-werewolf to the king of all incubi and once attacked a 15-foot-tall ogre with a chainsaw. Also, the local werewolf pack are all TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons-playing geeks. Averted in the TV series, where Murphy is Hispanic and looks like she means business. Still pretty, though.
27th Nov '16 11:25:16 AM megagiga43
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** Mikoshiba has the appearance and attitude of a playboy towards his classmates, but outside of school, he's a socially awkward {{Otaku}} who plays dating sims in order talk to girls more easily, even though said dating sims depict unrealistic conversations one would have with girls.

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** Mikoshiba has the appearance and attitude of a playboy towards his classmates, but outside of school, he's a socially awkward {{Otaku}} who plays dating sims in order talk to girls more easily, even though said dating sims depict almost or entirely unrealistic conversations one would have with girls.
27th Nov '16 11:24:44 AM megagiga43
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** Mikoshiba has the appearance and attitude of a playboy towards his classmates, but outside of school, he's a socially awkward {{Otaku}} who plays dating sims in order talk to girls more easily, even though said dating sims provide little to no realistic conversations with girls.

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** Mikoshiba has the appearance and attitude of a playboy towards his classmates, but outside of school, he's a socially awkward {{Otaku}} who plays dating sims in order talk to girls more easily, even though said dating sims provide little to no realistic depict unrealistic conversations one would have with girls.
27th Nov '16 7:36:51 AM megagiga43
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* ''Manga/GekkanShoujoNozakiKun'' has the main cast go against what is often expected of their character roles in the Shoujo genre:
** The titular Nozaki is a ''very'' tall, muscular {{Hunk}} who used to be captain of the junior high basketball team. He's also TheStoic and approaches his problems head-on. That said, he's also an award-winning Shoujo mangaka and is utterly obsessed with writing good quality romance stories.
** Even Chiyo, to a degree. Yes, she's very much like a typical Shoujo heroine: girly, cutesy, determined, and obsessed with her crush. But she's also a bit of a DeadpanSnarker and is a StalkerWithACrush towards Nozaki.
** Mikoshiba has the appearance and attitude of a playboy towards his classmates, but outside of school, he's a socially awkward {{Otaku}} who plays dating sims in order talk to girls more easily, even though said dating sims provide little to no realistic conversations with girls.
** Kashima is the Prince of the school and loves flirting with girls. If she were a guy, she would fit the textbook Shoujo "School Prince" easily.
** Hori is Kashima's senpai who frequently beats her up for skipping Drama Club and excessively flirting. If he were a girl, he would probably be the Shoujo genre's "the Prince's beleaguered friend" who is always trying to make sure the prince actually does more than be a playboy.
** Seo is loud, abrasive, blunt, and rude. Case in point, Nozaki used her characteristics to create a ''male'' character who has her personality, of which is not uncommon in Shoujo manga.
** Wakamatsu is a tall, muscular athlete, but is an innocent, friendly NiceGuy. He's also a bit of a {{Tsundere}} towards Seo. And like Seo, Nozaki modeled a female character after him, who plays as a love interest for Seo's character in the manga. The two's characters in Nozaki's manga are not uncommon to find in romance manga.
18th Nov '16 9:49:57 AM StFan
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* A {{hikikomori}} is stereotypically a creepy, misanthropic guy, and ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' instead has [[PunnyName Kiri Komori]], who is female and friendly ''and'' a hikikomori.

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* A {{hikikomori}} is stereotypically a creepy, misanthropic guy, and ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' instead has [[PunnyName Kiri Komori]], who is female and friendly ''and'' a hikikomori.



[[folder:Comedy]]
* Korean-American Henry Cho was born and raised in Tennessee and much of his humor is quite blue collar in contrast to the stereotypically elitist affectations of Korean Americans. Henry's even acknowledged the inherent humor of an Asian person with a southern drawl.
* Canadian comedian Shaun Majumder, who is half Indian, has a stand-up bit about appearing as a minor terrorist villain on ''Series/TwentyFour''. He talks at length about how offensively stereotyped his character was while describing a chase scene with Jack Bauer, but the punch line is that instead of being a stereotypical brown terrorist, he's actually an over-the-top Newfoundlander.
* Creator/SerdarSomuncu. a German of Turkish descent born in Istanbul deliberately invoked this trope after his acting career ended with him being a ClassicallyTrainedExtra who would play stereotypic "immigrant" characters with a fake accent that wasn't his, despite being well versed in Goethe, Schiller and all the rest. So he decided to do something GERMAN for his standup program. What you ask? Oh, only reading Hitler's mein Kampf (in a way that makes people laugh, which he admits was the point). He later reflected on that and the resulting identity crisis in a program aptly titled "Hitler Kebap".
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* A fairly common variation in comics is to introduce a member of the fictional species, and then the civilization. Thus, [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mon-El]] and [[GreenLanternCorps Sodam Yat]] are friendly explorers from a racist and xenophobic species; [[ComicBook/TeenTitans Blackfire]] is a cruel and malicious monster from a passionate and warm species; [[MarvelComics Captain Marvel]] is a good-hearted protector from a race of conquerors; and [[Comicbook/{{Runaways}} Xavin]] is an open-minded romantic from a race of pricks.
** [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Katar Hol]] is a good cop from an expansionist empire policed by CorruptCops. His wife Shayera is often torn between her love for her husband and her duty to her people. And the conservative Katar often gets into arguments with the liberal ComicBook/GreenArrow.
* ComicBook/{{X-Men}} comic ''ComicBook/GenerationX'' was this trope plus FiveTokenBand: the girl from Kentucky was the smart one, the guy from Los Angeles was the nice one, and so on.

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* A fairly common variation in comics is to introduce a member of the fictional species, and then the civilization. civilization.
**
Thus, [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mon-El]] Mon-El (''Franchise/{{Superman}}'') and [[GreenLanternCorps Sodam Yat]] Yat (''Franchise/GreenLantern'') are friendly explorers from a racist and xenophobic species; [[ComicBook/TeenTitans Blackfire]] species.
** Blackfire (''ComicBook/TeenTitans'')
is a cruel and malicious monster from a passionate and warm species; [[MarvelComics Captain Marvel]] species.
** ComicBook/CaptainMarVell
is a good-hearted protector from a race of conquerors; and [[Comicbook/{{Runaways}} Xavin]] conquerors.
** Xavin (''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'')
is an open-minded romantic from a race of pricks.
** [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Katar Hol]] Hol (''ComicBook/{{Hawkman}}'') is a good cop from an expansionist empire policed by CorruptCops. His wife Shayera is often torn between her love for her husband and her duty to her people. And the conservative Katar often gets into arguments with the liberal ComicBook/GreenArrow.
* ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ''ComicBook/XMen'' comic ''ComicBook/GenerationX'' was this trope plus FiveTokenBand: the girl from Kentucky was the smart one, the guy from Los Angeles was the nice one, and so on.



[[folder:Fan Fics]]
* Ashley [=McFly=][=/=]Leather Ashes from ''FanFic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''.[[{{Fauxreigner}} She pretends to be from the USA]], and is a flat-chested brunette, a 360 flip on the common image Japanese have of all American women being [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal blonde buxom beauties]].

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[[folder:Fan Fics]]
[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* Ashley [=McFly=][=/=]Leather Ashes from ''FanFic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''.[[{{Fauxreigner}} She pretends to be from In one ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'', Opus is sitting at a bar when a redneck-looking guy opens a conversation with the USA]], standard "you know what's wrong with this country?" bit. The redneck then expresses surprisingly pacifist and is a flat-chested brunette, a 360 flip on environmentalist sentiments. Opus turns to the common image Japanese have of all American women being [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal blonde buxom beauties]].{{beatnik}} on his other side to say something about how appearances can be deceiving, and the beatnik shouts "America, love it or leave it you pinko punk!



[[folder:Fan Works]]
* Ashley [=McFly=][=/=]Leather Ashes from ''Fanfic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''.[[{{Fauxreigner}} She pretends to be from the USA]], and is a flat-chested brunette, a 360 flip on the common image Japanese have of all American women being [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal blonde buxom beauties]].
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* One hilarious scene in ''Film/{{Airplane}}!'' shows [[LeaveItToBeaver June Cleaver]] acting as an interpreter for two black youths who speak only Jive. She, of course, despite being a little old lady is fluent in [[JiveTurkey the language]].

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* One hilarious scene in ''Film/{{Airplane}}!'' ''Film/{{Airplane}}'' shows [[LeaveItToBeaver June Cleaver]] acting as an interpreter for two black youths who speak only Jive. She, of course, despite being a little old lady is fluent in [[JiveTurkey the language]].



-->'''Tony Two Toes''': There they are. Commie bastards!
-->'''Mikey''': They're not communists any more, Tony. They're a federation of independent liberated states.
-->'''Tony Two Toes''': Don't make me hurt you, Mikey.

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-->'''Tony Two Toes''': Toes:''' There they are. Commie bastards!
-->'''Mikey''':
bastards!\\
'''Mikey:'''
They're not communists any more, Tony. They're a federation of independent liberated states. \n-->'''Tony \\
'''Tony
Two Toes''': Toes:''' Don't make me hurt you, Mikey. Mikey.



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** Colonel Samantha Carter is a gorgeous, sexy, hot blonde. She also possesses an IQ [[strike:approaching]] surpassing Stephen Hawking's and has kicked several planets-full of asses in ''two'' galaxies. And killed the gods of ''a third''. [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun She also blew up a sun]].
** Jack O'Neill also breaks several stereotypes, being the Kirk and not into science most of the time he'll occasionally recognize stuff first...

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** Colonel Samantha Carter is a gorgeous, sexy, hot blonde. She also possesses an IQ [[strike:approaching]] surpassing Stephen Hawking's and has kicked several planets-full of asses in ''two'' galaxies. And killed the gods of ''a third''. [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun She also blew up a sun]].
** Jack O'Neill also breaks several stereotypes, being the Kirk and not into science most of the time he'll occasionally recognize stuff first... Of course, O'Neill isn't as dumb as he [[ObfuscatingStupidity pretends to be]]. He just likes to put on an appearance of a dumb fighter jock to get people to leave him alone or underestimate him. He's the only known person who was able to survive having the total sum of Ancient knowledge downloaded into his head... twice.



** Of course, even O'Neill isn't as dumb as he [[ObfuscatingStupidity pretends to be]]. He just likes to put on an appearance of a dumb fighter jock to get people to leave him alone or underestimate him. He's the only known person who was able to survive having the total sum of Ancient knowledge downloaded into his head... twice.



** The Time Lords are a [[PlanetOfHats Planet of Dull, Stuffy]] ([[NiceHat and incredibly ridiculous]]) [[PlanetOfHats Hats]]. The Doctor is an [[GuileHero adventurous]], [[AllLovingHero friendly]] CloudCuckoolander who ran away from his home planet for this selfsame reason.

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** The Time Lords are a [[PlanetOfHats Planet of Dull, Stuffy]] ([[NiceHat and incredibly ridiculous]]) [[PlanetOfHats Hats]]. The Doctor is an [[GuileHero adventurous]], [[AllLovingHero friendly]] CloudCuckoolander {{Cloudcuckoolander}} who ran away from his home planet for this selfsame reason.



[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* In one ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'', Opus is sitting at a bar when a redneck-looking guy opens a conversation with the standard "you know what's wrong with this country?" bit. The redneck then expresses surprisingly pacifist and environmentalist sentiments. Opus turns to the {{beatnik}} on his other side to say something about how appearances can be deceiving, and the beatnik shouts "America, love it or leave it you pinko punk!
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]

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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* In one ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'', Opus is sitting at a bar when a redneck-looking guy opens a conversation with the standard "you know what's wrong with this country?" bit. The redneck then expresses surprisingly pacifist and environmentalist sentiments. Opus turns to the {{beatnik}} on his other side to say something about how appearances can be deceiving, and the beatnik shouts "America, love it or leave it you pinko punk!
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Professional
[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]



[[folder:Stand Up]]
* Korean-American Henry Cho was born and raised in Tennessee and much of his humor is quite blue collar in contrast to the stereotypically elitist affectations of Korean Americans. Henry's even acknowledged the inherent humor of an Asian person with a southern drawl.
* Canadian comedian Shaun Majumder, who is half Indian, has a stand-up bit about appearing as a minor terrorist villain on ''Series/TwentyFour''. He talks at length about how offensively stereotyped his character was while describing a chase scene with Jack Bauer, but the punch line is that instead of being a stereotypical brown terrorist, he's actually an over-the-top Newfoundlander.
* Creator/SerdarSomuncu. a German of Turkish descent born in Istanbul deliberately invoked this trope after his acting career ended with him being a ClassicallyTrainedExtra who would play stereotypic "immigrant" characters with a fake accent that wasn't his, despite being well versed in Goethe, Schiller and all the rest. So he decided to do something GERMAN for his standup program. What you ask? Oh, only reading Hitler's mein Kampf (in a way that makes people laugh, which he admits was the point). He later reflected on that and the resulting identity crisis in a program aptly titled "Hitler Kebap".
[[/folder]]



[[folder:Webcomics]]

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[[folder:Webcomics]][[folder:Web Comics]]



** Roy is a fighter, a class usually associated with DumbMuscle, but he's a GeniusBruiser;
** Belkar is a halfling, a race generally known for being carefree and jolly, but he's ChaoticEvil and generally ill-tempered when not hurting people or [[PetTheDog caring for his pet cat]];
** Crystal is a pretty young assassin who works for a half-Orc- but she's the DumbMuscle/ TheBrute and he's a [[AffablyEvil pleasant]] [[TheDon Don]] type.

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** Roy is a fighter, a class usually associated with DumbMuscle, but he's a GeniusBruiser;
GeniusBruiser.
** Belkar is a halfling, a race generally known for being carefree and jolly, but he's ChaoticEvil and generally ill-tempered when not hurting people or [[PetTheDog caring for his pet cat]];
cat]].
** Crystal is a pretty young assassin who works for a half-Orc- half-Orc -- but she's the DumbMuscle/ TheBrute and he's a [[AffablyEvil pleasant]] [[TheDon Don]] type.



[[folder: WebOriginal]]
* TheOnceAndFutureNerd has a teenage elf with an American southern accent.
* ''{{WebOriginal/Takotsubo}}'s'' protagonist Cord Cai is a {{Deconstruction}} of the "Asian-American gangster" stereotype: A beaten-down, traumatized young man who hates being a stereotype, but [[TragicVillain thinks it's the only thing he's good for.]] According to the author, the story will go even ''farther'' than flipping the stereotype: [[WrongGenreSavvy Cord is a superhero who thinks he's a villain.]]

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[[folder: WebOriginal]]
[[folder:Web Original]]
* TheOnceAndFutureNerd ''Podcast/TheOnceAndFutureNerd'' has a teenage elf with an American southern accent.
* ''{{WebOriginal/Takotsubo}}'s'' ''WebOriginal/{{Takotsubo}}'s'' protagonist Cord Cai is a {{Deconstruction}} of the "Asian-American gangster" stereotype: A beaten-down, traumatized young man who hates being a stereotype, but [[TragicVillain thinks it's the only thing he's good for.]] According to the author, the story will go even ''farther'' than flipping the stereotype: [[WrongGenreSavvy Cord is a superhero who thinks he's a villain.]]



[[folder: Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''

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* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'':



* On ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', [[MeaningfulName Token Black]] (yes, that's his name) is the richest kid in town, and his parents seem to be more educated than just about anybody else. The entire episode "Here Comes the Neighborhood" plays on this idea: as more rich and successful black people move to town, the poor white characters begin to get angry, but over class rather than race -- until the very end, where Mr. Garrison basically outs himself as a racist.\\\
Token does actually fulfill some pretty funny stereotypes himself though: He has an astounding soul voice (Then-Mrs. Garrison claimed that it got her wet), and this little gem...
-->'''Cartman''': Alright, Token, give me a smooth bass line.
-->'''Token''': I don't know how to play bass.
-->'''Cartman''': Token, how many times we have to go through this? You are black, you can play bass.
-->'''Token''': I'm getting sick of your stereotypes.
-->'''Cartman''': Be as sick as you want, just give me a goddamn bass line!
-->(''Token plays a perfect funky line with slap'')
-->'''Token''': ...Goddamnit.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', [[MeaningfulName Token Black]] (yes, that's his name) is the richest kid in town, and his parents seem to be more educated than just about anybody else. The entire episode "Here Comes the Neighborhood" plays on this idea: as more rich and successful black people move to town, the poor white characters begin to get angry, but over class rather than race -- until the very end, where Mr. Garrison basically outs himself as a racist.\\\
Token does actually fulfill some pretty funny stereotypes himself though: He has an astounding soul voice (Then-Mrs.(then-Mrs. Garrison claimed that it got her wet), and this little gem...
-->'''Cartman''': -->'''Cartman:''' Alright, Token, give me a smooth bass line.
-->'''Token''':
line.\\
'''Token:'''
I don't know how to play bass.
-->'''Cartman''':
bass.\\
'''Cartman:'''
Token, how many times we have to go through this? You are black, you can play bass.
-->'''Token''':
bass.\\
'''Token:'''
I'm getting sick of your stereotypes.
-->'''Cartman''':
stereotypes.\\
'''Cartman:'''
Be as sick as you want, just give me a goddamn bass line!
-->(''Token
line!\\
''[Token
plays a perfect funky line with slap'')
-->'''Token''': ...
slap]''\\
'''Token:''' ...
Goddamnit.



* Francine from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' was angry at her adoptive Chinese parents for leaving all they had to their [[TheGhost unseen]] birth daughter, Gwen. It turns out that they actually have more respect for Francine, and that Gwen is an AsianAirhead who [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking isn't even good at math]]. Stan and Francine's father both agree it's [[CrossesTheLineTwice terrible for children to disrespect their parents' stereotypes]].
** Used in-universe in one story when Francine and Hiko Yoshido go into an all-out war over the spelling bee Steve and Akiko are competing in. Despite not speaking a word of Japanese, Hiko demonstrates she is nonetheless a ninja, and confronts Francine in a fight to the death, smugly assuming that a blonde American woman will be easy prey. [[OhCrap And then she finds out Francine's adoptive parents are Chinese]]. Cue Francine picking up a sword and a WireFu battle erupting.

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* Francine from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' was angry at her adoptive Chinese parents for leaving all they had to their [[TheGhost unseen]] birth daughter, Gwen. It turns out that they actually have more respect for Francine, and that Gwen is an AsianAirhead who [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking isn't even good at math]]. Stan and Francine's father both agree it's [[CrossesTheLineTwice terrible for children to disrespect their parents' stereotypes]].
**
stereotypes]]. Used in-universe in one story when Francine and Hiko Yoshido go into an all-out war over the spelling bee Steve and Akiko are competing in. Despite not speaking a word of Japanese, Hiko demonstrates she is nonetheless a ninja, and confronts Francine in a fight to the death, smugly assuming that a blonde American woman will be easy prey. [[OhCrap And then she finds out Francine's adoptive parents are Chinese]]. Cue Francine picking up a sword and a WireFu battle erupting.



14th Nov '16 7:41:18 PM nombretomado
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* None of the ''Videogame/KatawaShoujo'' characters entirely fulfill the cliche of their disability (Hanako probably comes the closest, but she is still much deeper than you'd expect)...

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* None of the ''Videogame/KatawaShoujo'' ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'' characters entirely fulfill the cliche of their disability (Hanako probably comes the closest, but she is still much deeper than you'd expect)...
29th Oct '16 12:22:44 AM Sharysa
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* ''{{WebOriginal/Takotsubo}}'s'' protagonist Cord Cai is a {{Deconstruction}} of the "Asian-American gangster" stereotype: A beaten-down, traumatized young man who feels that being a gangster [[TragicVillain is the only option he has for justice,]] since the actual justice system fucked up royally. But according to the author, the story will go even ''farther'' than flipping the stereotype: [[WrongGenreSavvy Cord is a superhero who thinks he's a villain.]]

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* ''{{WebOriginal/Takotsubo}}'s'' protagonist Cord Cai is a {{Deconstruction}} of the "Asian-American gangster" stereotype: A beaten-down, traumatized young man who feels that hates being a gangster stereotype, but [[TragicVillain is thinks it's the only option he has for justice,]] since the actual justice system fucked up royally. But according thing he's good for.]] According to the author, the story will go even ''farther'' than flipping the stereotype: [[WrongGenreSavvy Cord is a superhero who thinks he's a villain.]]
24th Oct '16 2:59:41 PM KeithM
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** Used in-universe in one story when Francine and Hiko Yoshido go into an all-out war over the spelling bee Steve and Akiko are competing in. Despite not speaking a word of Japanese, Hiko demonstrates she is nonetheless a ninja, and confronts Francine in a fight to the death, smugly assuming that a blonde American woman will be easy prey. [[OhCrap And then she finds out Francine's adoptive parents are Chinese]]. Cue Francine picking up a sword and a WireFu battle erupting.
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