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24th May '17 11:37:22 AM kazokuhouou
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* In ''WebComic/KevinAndKell'', Kell and her son Rudy claim to be descended from the Big Bad Wolf. Kell later proves it by blowing all the leaves off their home, and later the layer of shedded fur that was causing gridlock in Domain. Note that along with them, Kell's brother Ralph has the same claim. So does Kell's daughter Coney and Ralph's daughter Corrie (and Corrie's clone Mary). What makes those last claimants unusual is that Coney's a ''rabbit'' and Corrie and Mary are ''sheep''.
22nd May '17 2:20:40 PM RockRaider
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In ''VideoGame/LobotomyCorporation'', one of the [[EldritchAbomination abnormalities]] you have to manage is "The Big And Might Be Bad Wolf". It appears as a very large, seemingly-friendly cartoon-esque wolf that can be placated by [[IAmAHumanitarian feeding it agents]], which you regain the next day. Let its mood drop too low, however, and it will escape containment, gain a much more [[LeanAndMean lean form]], and live up to the "big" and "bad" parts of its name.

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* In ''VideoGame/LobotomyCorporation'', one of the [[EldritchAbomination abnormalities]] you have to manage is "The Big And Might Be Bad Wolf". It appears as a very large, seemingly-friendly cartoon-esque wolf that can be placated by [[IAmAHumanitarian feeding it agents]], which you regain the next day. Let its mood drop too low, however, and it will escape containment, gain a much more [[LeanAndMean lean form]], and live up to the "big" and "bad" parts of its name.
22nd May '17 2:20:18 PM RockRaider
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In ''VideoGame/LobotomyCoporation'', one of the [[EldritchAbomination abnormalities]] you have to manage is "The Big And Might Be Bad Wolf". It appears as a very large, seemingly-friendly cartoon-esque wolf that can be placated by [[IAmAHumanitarian feeding it agents]], which you regain the next day. Let its mood drop too low, however, and it will escape containment, gain a much more [[LeanAndMean lean form]], and live up to the "big" and "bad" parts of its name.

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In ''VideoGame/LobotomyCoporation'', ''VideoGame/LobotomyCorporation'', one of the [[EldritchAbomination abnormalities]] you have to manage is "The Big And Might Be Bad Wolf". It appears as a very large, seemingly-friendly cartoon-esque wolf that can be placated by [[IAmAHumanitarian feeding it agents]], which you regain the next day. Let its mood drop too low, however, and it will escape containment, gain a much more [[LeanAndMean lean form]], and live up to the "big" and "bad" parts of its name.
22nd May '17 2:19:29 PM RockRaider
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22nd May '17 2:17:44 PM RockRaider
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In ''VideoGame/LobotomyCoporation'', one of the [[EldritchAbomination abnormalities]] you have to manage is "The Big And Might Be Bad Wolf". It appears as a very large, seemingly-friendly cartoon-esque wolf that can be placated by [[IAmAHumanitarian feeding it agents]], which you regain the next day. Let its mood drop too low, however, and it will escape containment, gain a much more [[LeanAndMean lean form]], and live up to the "big" and "bad" parts of its name.
30th Apr '17 10:08:56 PM YuriFan17
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* In the original ''Anime/YuGiOh'', Leon had a card called "Forest Wolf" among his fairy-tale themed cards that was based on the wolf in the story of Literature/LittleRedRidingHood (and he had a card depicting her, too), dressed in a nightgown who could attack opposing monsters by ''swallowing'' them. (But if it was destroyed, the opponent would get the monster back, symbolizing how the Huntsman in some versions were able to rescue its devoured victims by cutting him open). When Rebecca (his opponent) asked if it was the Big Bad Wolf, he replied, "That's another story." (Being somewhat of an authority on such stories, he wasn't joking.)

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* In the original ''Anime/YuGiOh'', Leon had a card called "Forest Wolf" among his fairy-tale themed cards that was based on the wolf in the story of Literature/LittleRedRidingHood (and he had a card depicting her, too), dressed in a nightgown who could attack opposing monsters by ''swallowing'' them. (But if it was destroyed, the opponent would get the monster back, symbolizing how the Huntsman in some versions were able to rescue its devoured victims by cutting him open). When Rebecca (his opponent) asked if it was the The Big Bad Wolf, he replied, "That's another story." (Being somewhat Wolf shows up in ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics'' adaptations of an authority on such stories, he wasn't joking.)''Little Red Riding Hood'', and ''The Fox and The Wolf.''



* Jabra, a member of the [=CP-9=] organization from ''Manga/OnePiece'', can turn into a wolf thanks to his Zoan-type Devil Fruit. He loves to mock his opponent, in this case Sanji, into thinking that he surrendered only to reveal that it was a trap and that you should never trust a big bad wolf. Though, he's also a bit of a subversion in that while the rest of CP9 revel in their jobs, especially assassination, Jabra sees killing as business, dirty business, but just business. He hates drawing out pain and causing suffering, and seeks to end fights with the kill-strike as fast as possible.



* Jabra a member of the [=CP-9=] organization from ''Manga/OnePiece'' can turn into a wolf thanks to his Zoan-type Devil Fruit. He loves to mock his opponent, in this case Sanji, into thinking that he surrendered only to reveal that it was a trap and that you should never trust a big bad wolf. Though, he's also a bit of a subversion in that while the rest of CP9 revel in their jobs, especially assassination, Jabra sees killing as business, dirty business, but just business. He hates drawing out pain and causing suffering, and seeks to end fights with the kill-strike as fast as possible.
* The Big Bad Wolf shows up in ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics'' adaptations of ''Little Red Riding Hood'', and ''The Fox and The Wolf.''

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* Jabra a member of In the [=CP-9=] organization from ''Manga/OnePiece'' can turn into original ''Anime/YuGiOh'', Leon had a card called "Forest Wolf" among his fairy-tale themed cards that was based on the wolf thanks to his Zoan-type Devil Fruit. He loves to mock his opponent, in this case Sanji, into thinking that the story of Literature/LittleRedRidingHood (and he surrendered only to reveal that had a card depicting her, too), dressed in a nightgown who could attack opposing monsters by ''swallowing'' them. (But if it was a trap and that you should never trust a big bad wolf. Though, he's also a bit of a subversion in that while destroyed, the rest of CP9 revel in their jobs, especially assassination, Jabra sees killing as business, dirty business, but just business. He hates drawing out pain and causing suffering, and seeks to end fights with opponent would get the kill-strike as fast as possible.
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monster back, symbolizing how the Huntsman in some versions were able to rescue its devoured victims by cutting him open). When Rebecca (his opponent) asked if it was the Big Bad Wolf shows up in ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics'' adaptations Wolf, he replied, "That's another story." (Being somewhat of ''Little Red Riding Hood'', and ''The Fox and The Wolf.''an authority on such stories, he wasn't joking.)
29th Apr '17 4:29:47 AM MasterofGalaxies4628
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[Disney/ThreeLittlePigs "Who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolf,]] [[EarWorm Big Bad Wolf, Big Bad Wolf?"]]'']]
20th Feb '17 5:32:07 PM nombretomado
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* In an advertisement for ''[[BritishNewspapers The Guardian]]'', the three pigs, on trial for boiling the wolf alive, confess that they set him up as part of an InsuranceFraud scheme when it is revealed that the wolf had asthma.

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* In an advertisement for ''[[BritishNewspapers ''[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers The Guardian]]'', the three pigs, on trial for boiling the wolf alive, confess that they set him up as part of an InsuranceFraud scheme when it is revealed that the wolf had asthma.
6th Feb '17 7:10:49 AM Doug86
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** This is playfully turned in on itself in the DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse book ''Literature/TimeLordFairyTales'' with a TwiceToldTale version of "Little Red Riding Hood" in which the heroine is aware of the stories of a Bad Wolf in the woods -- but she's patterned on Rose...The actual villain turns out to be [[spoiler: a Zygon]] instead.

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** This is playfully turned in on itself in the DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse book ''Literature/TimeLordFairyTales'' with a TwiceToldTale version of "Little Red Riding Hood" in which the heroine is aware of the stories of a Bad Wolf in the woods -- but she's patterned on Rose...The actual villain turns out to be [[spoiler: a Zygon]] instead.
27th Jan '17 8:49:15 PM Luppercus
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* The ''WesternAnimation/PiggsburgPigs'' had two ComicRelief antagonist: the wolves Huff and Puff (which contrasted with the really evil and scary monsters that the main character normally encounter) but still were clearly based on the Big Bad Wolf.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/PiggsburgPigs'' had two ComicRelief antagonist: the wolves Huff and Puff (which contrasted with the really evil and scary monsters that the main character characters normally encounter) but still were clearly based on the Big Bad Wolf.
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