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7th Dec '16 7:59:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* Davros and the Daleks from ''Series/DoctorWho.'' Davros only barely qualifies as "human", but at least you can have a conversation with him. Among other minor examples, the new-series episode "School Reunion" features Tony Head as the leader of a group of bat-like, flying aliens - he says he keeps a human-like body as a "personal preference".

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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Davros and the Daleks from ''Series/DoctorWho.'' Davros Daleks. He only barely qualifies as "human", but at least you can have a conversation with him. him.
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Among other minor examples, the new-series episode "School Reunion" features Tony Head as the leader of a group of bat-like, flying aliens - he says he keeps a human-like body as a "personal preference".
5th Oct '16 9:33:04 AM JamesAustin
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* PaulHeyman is the normal-sized handler of [[TheRedBaron "The Beast"]], BrockLesnar. Humorously, however, other WWE celebs often refer to Heyman himself as if he were a monster, calling him a "walrus" or a fat ogre.

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* PaulHeyman Wrestling/PaulHeyman is the normal-sized handler of [[TheRedBaron "The Beast"]], BrockLesnar.Wrestling/BrockLesnar. Humorously, however, other WWE celebs often refer to Heyman himself as if he were a monster, calling him a "walrus" or a fat ogre.
22nd Sep '16 8:22:25 PM nombretomado
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** Averted again with the Lubracas in Ben10UltimateAlien, who are led by [[EldritchAbomination Diagon]].

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** Averted again with the Lubracas in Ben10UltimateAlien, ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'', who are led by [[EldritchAbomination Diagon]].
9th Jul '16 1:31:08 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'''s Visorak horde, an army of {{Giant Spider}}s, are led by the humanoid Sidorak and Roodaka on behalf of the also-humanoid ([[ShapeShifting usually]]) Brotherhood of Makuta.

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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'''s ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'''s Visorak horde, an army of {{Giant Spider}}s, are led by the humanoid Sidorak and Roodaka on behalf of the also-humanoid ([[ShapeShifting usually]]) Brotherhood of Makuta.
13th Jun '16 1:38:17 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The Goblin King from ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''.

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* The Goblin King from ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''.''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' is played by Music/DavidBowie; his subjects are played by UglyCute {{muppet}}s.
17th Feb '16 6:11:19 PM josh6243
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* The Vagans somehow got a hold of the Vajra Queen in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsBX'' and, thus, are behind most of the Vajra attacks in the game.
5th Jan '16 11:22:01 AM TrustBen
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* Poison Ivy and Bane in ''BatmanAndRobin'' might or might not be a subversion, depending on whether outward appearance matters. Both have been mutated by Venom, but Ivy still looks like a normal (and sexy!) human woman while Bane is a green-skinned, apelike monster.

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* Poison Ivy and Bane in ''BatmanAndRobin'' ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' might or might not be a subversion, depending on whether outward appearance matters. Both have been mutated by Venom, but Ivy still looks like a normal (and sexy!) human woman while Bane is a green-skinned, apelike monster.
* Anton Arcane spends most of ''Film/SwampThing'' as a handsome older man played by French actor Louis Jordan. This is a case of AdaptationalAttractiveness, as he quickly went from gnarled old man to grotesque zombie-like figure in the comics.
1st Jan '16 12:58:04 PM __Vano
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* In ''VideoGame/FalloutTactics'', the army of [[DumbMuscle Super Mutants]] is lead by someone called Gamorin whom they revere. He turns out to be a renegade Brotherhood paladin.
15th Oct '15 5:53:40 PM G02
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* The Ancestor from ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'' is directly responsible for almost every enemy you face, and the rest are probably his indirect fault as well. Brainwashing fishmen, demonic swinefolk, undead legions and parasitic fungus were all brought about by his hand, and when the villagers complained he hired a group of bandits to keep them in line and gave the witnesses to the creatures he had created. The reason behind all this is he was bored and wanted eldritch power for a laugh. This being a CosmicHorrorStory, it all went wrong quite quickly. Unusually he is not the BigBad, as he killed himself after realizing what he had done and supports you via narration as you clean up his mess.
16th Aug '15 8:23:16 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Subverted on ''BatmanBeyond'' by Abel Cuvier, who runs a gang of aggressive teenage hoodlums who have been "spliced" (mutated with DNA from various dangerous animals). Cuvier is spliced himself, and looks only slightly less grotesque than his young charges. An even greater subversion occurs at the episode's climax, when he takes an ''enormous'' dose of DNA and fights Batman as a gigantic amoeba-like thing.

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* Subverted on ''BatmanBeyond'' ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' by Abel Cuvier, who runs a gang of aggressive teenage hoodlums who have been "spliced" (mutated with DNA from various dangerous animals). Cuvier is spliced himself, and looks only slightly less grotesque than his young charges. An even greater subversion occurs at the episode's climax, when he takes an ''enormous'' dose of DNA and fights Batman as a gigantic amoeba-like thing.
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