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20th Jul '16 11:32:31 AM Angeldeb82
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* Tagmec, Knight of Parca from Kishiro Yukito's ''Manga/AquaKnight''. [[VerbalTic Bone]].

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* Tagmec, Knight of Parca from Kishiro Yukito's ''Manga/AquaKnight''. [[VerbalTic Bone]].Bone.]]



* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has more than one Grim Reaper appear throughout the show, though they aren't what you'd expect. They are almost all {{Bishounen}} males who wear (and, in William's case, ''[[BlindWithoutEm need]]'') glasses and wield odd weapons such as [[ChainsawGood chainsaws]] (Grell) or a ''lawnmower'' (Ronald Knox). ''The'' Grim Reaper himself does appear, though he's better known as [[spoiler:the Undertaker]].

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* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has more than one Grim Reaper appear throughout the show, though they aren't what you'd expect. They are almost all {{Bishounen}} {{Bishonen}} males who wear (and, in William's case, ''[[BlindWithoutEm need]]'') glasses and wield odd weapons such as [[ChainsawGood chainsaws]] {{chainsaw|Good}}s (Grell) or a ''lawnmower'' (Ronald Knox). ''The'' Grim Reaper himself does appear, though he's better known as [[spoiler:the Undertaker]].
11th Jun '16 6:38:53 PM nombretomado
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* TanyaHuff's Child of the Grove/The Last Wizard duology (her first books) has Death as an important character in both backstory and within the story. He looks like whatever a person finds comforting and can even choose his appearance if necessary. He is generally invisible to mortals, but the immortals, the titular wizard, and people close to death can see him. He can also be invisible to even them or make himself visible to mortals. At one point he allows the dead father of a character to smack sense into him, and he's [[DontFearTheReaper a very polite and kind man]]. Then he [[DivineDate falls in love]] with Crystal, the last wizard.

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* TanyaHuff's Creator/TanyaHuff's Child of the Grove/The Last Wizard duology (her first books) has Death as an important character in both backstory and within the story. He looks like whatever a person finds comforting and can even choose his appearance if necessary. He is generally invisible to mortals, but the immortals, the titular wizard, and people close to death can see him. He can also be invisible to even them or make himself visible to mortals. At one point he allows the dead father of a character to smack sense into him, and he's [[DontFearTheReaper a very polite and kind man]]. Then he [[DivineDate falls in love]] with Crystal, the last wizard.
2nd Jun '16 12:53:43 PM piazza
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Deities}} Death is one of the main characters.
22nd May '16 12:58:15 PM erforce
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* A Grim Reaper-like miniboss appears in the ''VideoGame/{{Ghostbusters}}'' game for UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis.

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* A Grim Reaper-like miniboss appears in the ''VideoGame/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ghostbusters 1990}}'' game for UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis.
19th May '16 11:52:10 AM erforce
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* A Grim Reaper-like miniboss appears in the ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' game for UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis.

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* A Grim Reaper-like miniboss appears in the ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ghostbusters}}'' game for UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis.
16th May '16 1:44:16 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Fiona Patton's TalesOfTheBranionRealm features the Shadow Catcher, who during battles is depicted as a fisherman with a net, drawing up a great catch of the dead.

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* Fiona Patton's TalesOfTheBranionRealm ''Literature/TalesOfTheBranionRealm'' features the Shadow Catcher, who during battles is depicted as a fisherman with a net, drawing up a great catch of the dead.
11th May '16 10:33:52 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* ''Literature/JourneyToChaos'': A corps of reapers exist in the afterlife known as The Abyss. Their job is to oversee the dead, the dying and overall make sure that this aspect of reality is functioning properly. They typically appear to humans in the guise of a black cloaked figure and the symbol of their office is their scythe. Their master is simply called "Lord Death".

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* ''Literature/JourneyToChaos'': ''Literature/JourneyToChaos'':
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A corps of reapers exist in the afterlife known as The Abyss. Their job is to oversee the dead, the dying and overall make sure that this aspect of reality is functioning properly. They typically appear to humans in the guise of a black cloaked figure and the symbol of their office is their scythe. Their master is simply called "Lord Death".
* One of Tasio's titles is "The Reaper of Gods" and in this guise he wears a golden brown hooded cloak and a wields a golden-brown scythe. That's right, he's ''the reaper'''s reaper.
6th May '16 6:46:25 AM aye_amber
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** ''TheThanosImperative'' is about a universe where Death was killed, turning the universe into an undying CosmicHorrorStory. Then they find the main Marvel universe.

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** ''TheThanosImperative'' ''ComicBook/TheThanosImperative'' is about a universe where Death was killed, turning the universe into an undying CosmicHorrorStory. Then they find the main Marvel universe.
2nd May '16 5:48:42 PM Doug86
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* Death is one of several personifications of abstract concepts who appear in the MarvelUniverse. She has even been killed off herself, twice--both times with disastrous results.

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* Death is one of several personifications of abstract concepts who appear in the MarvelUniverse.Franchise/MarvelUniverse. She has even been killed off herself, twice--both times with disastrous results.



** And apparently, {{Deadpool}} is in love with her. Thanos loves her as well, however, and cursed Deadpool with immortality so he couldn't steal his girl. Or at least, [[UnreliableNarrator that's Deadpool's story]].

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** And apparently, {{Deadpool}} SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} is in love with her. Thanos loves her as well, however, and cursed Deadpool with immortality so he couldn't steal his girl. Or at least, [[UnreliableNarrator that's Deadpool's story]].



* The DC universe has more deaths than you can shake a scythe at.

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* The DC universe Franchise/TheDCU has more deaths than you can shake a scythe at.
2nd May '16 11:08:38 AM finalsurvivor1
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** All of the Fiends are generally themed around being death. Pale Rider is notable due to being the embodiment of death, but the others all count, as well. In addition to the aforementioned David, Daisoujou mummified himself, Alice asks people to die for her, Hell Biker is the incarnation of the violence of the Hell's Angels, Matador (who is outright called the Grim Reaper in ''Nocturne'') represents death by sport, and Chemtrail embodies death by conspiracies of man.
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