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6th Feb '17 7:24:51 PM FreeJaffa
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* [[{{Spider-Man}} Alyosha Kravinoff]] had a zoo of characters with AnimalMotifs such as [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragon Man]], [[ALoadOfBull Man-Bull]], Mandrill, [[RhinoRampage Rhino]], [[BeeBeeGun Swarm]], [[EverythingsEvenWorseWithSharks Tiger Shark]], and Vulture.



* An Anti-Villain called The Collector appears in episode "The Brooklyn Triangle" of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbuster'', he has been "collecting" random things for 10.000 years trying to find the key to escape, as he was an ancient Ghostbuster imprisoned by a demon. When he finally finds it, he escapes and returns everything back to Earth.

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* An Anti-Villain called The Collector appears in episode "The Brooklyn Triangle" of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbuster'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'', he has been "collecting" random things for 10.000 10,000 years trying to find the key to escape, as he was an ancient Ghostbuster imprisoned by a demon. When he finally finds it, he escapes and returns everything back to Earth.
11th Jan '17 2:07:00 AM Luppercus
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* The US government is this according to ''Series/EerieIndiana'': an especial agency named the Bureau of the Lost steals things (and keeps them) in order to force people to buy new stuffs.
11th Jan '17 2:04:15 AM Luppercus
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* An Anti-Villain called The Collector appears in episode "The Brooklyn Triangle" of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbuster'', he has been "collecting" random things for 10.000 years trying to find the key to escape, as he was an ancient Ghostbuster imprisoned by a demon. When he finally finds it, he escapes and returns everything back to Earth.
16th Oct '16 1:36:14 PM nombretomado
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** ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', "A Zoo Out There" features the Chlorms, who regard every other species as "lesser beings", kidnapping members of the Galactic Senate (and eventually Team Lightyear) to put in their zoo.

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** ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', "A Zoo Out There" features the Chlorms, who regard every other species as "lesser beings", kidnapping members of the Galactic Senate (and eventually Team Lightyear) to put in their zoo.
26th Sep '16 5:36:02 AM LadyJaneGrey
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If you are looking for the movie of the same name (which includes such a villain), [[Film/TheCollector see here.]]


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* At the height of his madness, Kraven the Hunter's son Alyosha kidnapped animal-themed superhumans (including Bushmaster, Gargoyle, Tiger Shark, Kangaroo, Aragorn, Vulture, Mongoose, Man-Bull, Dragon Man, Swarm, Mandrill, Grizzly, Frog-Man, and Rhino) and kept them in a "zoo", until it was sabotaged by ComicBooh/ThePunisher.)
29th Jul '16 3:40:49 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Safari Joe in the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'' was a guy who was the equivalent of an EgomaniacHunter for such a setting, and as racist as any example of that Trope. Deciding to try to hunt the Thundercats simply for the thrill, he didn't even see them as sentient, even when they spoke to them. (Or if he did, he just didn't care.) What made him dangerous was that he was DangerouslyGenreSavvy, and had a robotic assistant named Mule who could analyze his prey beforehand and figure out the best way to prepare. Unfortunately for him, Lion-O was too hard to analyze, and the villain found himself seriously OutGambitted against him.

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* Safari Joe in the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'' was a guy who was the equivalent of an EgomaniacHunter for such a setting, and as racist as any example of that Trope. Deciding to try to hunt the Thundercats simply for the thrill, he didn't even see them as sentient, even when they spoke to them. (Or if he did, he just didn't care.) What made him dangerous was that he was DangerouslyGenreSavvy, savvy, and had a robotic assistant named Mule who could analyze his prey beforehand and figure out the best way to prepare. Unfortunately for him, Lion-O was too hard to analyze, and the villain found himself seriously OutGambitted against him.
29th Jul '16 3:46:55 AM Morgenthaler
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** A lot of medusas have done this too, but many in later editions are [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy much smarter]], avoiding keeping the petrified remains of their victims as trophies; if potential victims come into their lairs and see such things, what's the first assumption they're going to make about who the lair belongs to?

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** A lot of medusas have done this too, but many in later editions are [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy much smarter]], smarter, avoiding keeping the petrified remains of their victims as trophies; if potential victims come into their lairs and see such things, what's the first assumption they're going to make about who the lair belongs to?
14th Mar '16 7:57:41 PM M84
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* In ''Literature/TheLastUnicorn'', King Haggard is obsessed with owning every unicorn in existence and used the Red Bull to drive them into the sea.
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23rd Feb '16 7:25:41 AM mdwall
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* In the Literature/StrangeMatter series, the villain of the first ''Strange Forces'' novel was named The Collector. He possessed a collection of monsters (including non-corporeal spectres that were enslaved with dark rituals) from all parts of the world that he used to attack Fairfield from Fairchild Manor.

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* In the Literature/StrangeMatter series, the villain of the first ''Strange Forces'' novel was named The Collector. He possessed a collection of monsters (including non-corporeal spectres that were enslaved with dark rituals) supernatural horrors from all parts of the world that he used to attack Fairfield from Fairchild Manor.
23rd Feb '16 7:24:24 AM mdwall
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* In the Literature/StrangeMatter, the villain of the first ''Strange Forces'' novel was named The Collector. He possessed a collection of monsters (including non-corporeal spectres that were enslaved with dark rituals) from all parts of the world that he used to attack Fairfield from Fairchild Manor.

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* In the Literature/StrangeMatter, Literature/StrangeMatter series, the villain of the first ''Strange Forces'' novel was named The Collector. He possessed a collection of monsters (including non-corporeal spectres that were enslaved with dark rituals) from all parts of the world that he used to attack Fairfield from Fairchild Manor.
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