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5th May '17 12:26:02 AM darkemyst
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* Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}'s "Titans East" of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' comics, which included The Match, an evil clone of ComicBook/{{Superboy}} (who had, by this point, degenerated into as good a clone of Superboy as Bizarro is of Franchise/{{Superman}}); Inertia, an evil clone of Kid [[Franchise/TheFlash Flash]], and Kid Crusader, who is...[[MyFriendsAndZoidberg the only person Slade could find who had ever heard of Kid Devil while also wanting to kill him]]. They also had Joker's Daughter, Enigma (both chose to style themselves after their inspirations the same way Tim Drake sought out Batman, although Deathstroke probably didn't know that), a brainwashed Comicbook/{{Batgirl|2000}} for Comicbook/{{Robin}}, and Risk (a former Titan who lost his arm and decided against a prosthetic) for Comicbook/{{Cyborg}}.

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* Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}'s "Titans East" of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' comics, which included The Match, an evil clone of ComicBook/{{Superboy}} (who had, by this point, degenerated into as good a clone of Superboy as Bizarro is of Franchise/{{Superman}}); Inertia, an evil clone of Kid [[Franchise/TheFlash Flash]], and Kid Crusader, who is...[[MyFriendsAndZoidberg the only person Slade could find who had ever heard of Kid Devil while also wanting to kill him]]. They also had Joker's Daughter, Enigma (both chose to style themselves after their inspirations the same way Tim Drake sought out Batman, although Deathstroke probably didn't know that), a brainwashed Comicbook/{{Batgirl|2000}} for Comicbook/{{Robin}}, [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]], and Risk (a former Titan who lost his arm and decided against a prosthetic) for Comicbook/{{Cyborg}}.
30th Apr '17 2:14:33 AM superslinger2007
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** And now there's the Robot Army, an army of [[ARobotMe robotic knockoffs]] of the mercs.

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** And now there's the Robot Army, an army of [[ARobotMe [[RobotMe robotic knockoffs]] of the mercs.
30th Apr '17 2:13:51 AM superslinger2007
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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'''s savage Builder's League United (BLU) forces are a carbon copy of noble Reliable Excavation Demolition (RED) armies created to snatch corporate and industrial dominance away.
** Or is it the other way around? I can never remember.
** And now there's the Robot Army, an army of robotic knockoffs of the mercs.

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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'''s savage Builder's League United (BLU) forces are a carbon copy of noble Reliable Excavation Demolition (RED) armies created to snatch corporate and industrial dominance away.
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away. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember.
around?
** And now there's the Robot Army, an army of [[ARobotMe robotic knockoffs knockoffs]] of the mercs.
8th Apr '17 11:37:30 AM merotoker
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* ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' had traces of this in both Shinryuuji amd Ojou. Hiruma, Unsui, amd Takami are all physically average quarterbacks who compensate with their dedication and intelligence, Kurita, Yamabushi, and Ootawara are all incredibly large noseguards who cry at the end of their games, Monta, Ikkyu, and Sakuraba are all recievers determined to be the best who have one area of specialty, and Sena, Agon, and Shin are the "aces" of their team.

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* ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' had traces of this in both Shinryuuji amd and Ojou. Hiruma, Unsui, amd Takami are all physically average quarterbacks who compensate with their dedication and intelligence, Kurita, Yamabushi, and Ootawara are all incredibly large noseguards who cry at the end of their games, Monta, Ikkyu, and Sakuraba are all recievers determined to be the best who have one area of specialty, and Sena, Agon, and Shin are the "aces" of their team.



** BrilliantButLazy SmartGuy Shikamaru takes on DarkChick Tayuya, who much like Shikamaru hides her substantial brainpower, but behind the Japanese equivalent of [[ClusterFBomb Cluster F Carpet-Bombing.]]

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** BrilliantButLazy SmartGuy [[TheSmartGuy Smart Guy]] Shikamaru takes on DarkChick Tayuya, who much like Shikamaru hides her substantial brainpower, but behind the Japanese equivalent of [[ClusterFBomb Cluster F Carpet-Bombing.]]



* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' had a set of these guys in most arcs[=/=]seasons (in order of appearance: The Shittenou, Ayakashi Sisters, Witches 5, Amazoness Quartet and Amazon Trio). Each of these groups was made up of [[ColourCodedCharacters colour-coded]] and power-coded [[EvilCounterpart evil counterparts]] of the Four Guardians (Ami, Rei, Makoto and Minako). In the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]], the Witches 5 were even resurrected ''just'' to kill the senshi they copied!

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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' had a set of these guys in most arcs[=/=]seasons (in order of appearance: The Shittenou, Ayakashi Sisters, Witches 5, Amazoness Quartet and Amazon Trio). Each of these groups was made up of [[ColourCodedCharacters [[ColorCodedCharacters colour-coded]] and power-coded [[EvilCounterpart evil counterparts]] of the Four Guardians (Ami, Rei, Makoto and Minako). In the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]], the Witches 5 were even resurrected ''just'' to kill the senshi they copied!



* Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}'s "Titans East" of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' comics, which included The Match, an evil clone of ComicBook/{{Superboy}} (who had, by this point, degenerated into as good a clone of Superboy as Bizarro is of Franchise/{{Superman}}); Inertia, an evil clone of Kid [[ComicBook/TheFlash Flash]], and Kid Crusader, who is...[[MyFriendsAndZoidberg the only person Slade could find who had ever heard of Kid Devil while also wanting to kill him]]. They also had Joker's Daughter, Enigma (both chose to style themselves after their inspirations the same way Tim Drake sought out Batman, although Deathstroke probably didn't know that), a brainwashed Comicbook/{{Batgirl|2000}} for Comicbook/{{Robin}}, and Risk (a former Titan who lost his arm and decided against a prosthetic) for Comicbook/{{Cyborg}}.

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* Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}'s "Titans East" of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' comics, which included The Match, an evil clone of ComicBook/{{Superboy}} (who had, by this point, degenerated into as good a clone of Superboy as Bizarro is of Franchise/{{Superman}}); Inertia, an evil clone of Kid [[ComicBook/TheFlash [[Franchise/TheFlash Flash]], and Kid Crusader, who is...[[MyFriendsAndZoidberg the only person Slade could find who had ever heard of Kid Devil while also wanting to kill him]]. They also had Joker's Daughter, Enigma (both chose to style themselves after their inspirations the same way Tim Drake sought out Batman, although Deathstroke probably didn't know that), a brainwashed Comicbook/{{Batgirl|2000}} for Comicbook/{{Robin}}, and Risk (a former Titan who lost his arm and decided against a prosthetic) for Comicbook/{{Cyborg}}.



** Diana = Katana

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** Diana = KatanaComicBook/{{Katana}}



** Proteus = Metamorpho
** Vulcanus = Black Lightning

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** Proteus = Metamorpho
ComicBook/{{Metamorpho}}
** Vulcanus = Black LightningComicBook/BlackLightning



* ComicBook/NormanOsborn, the VillainWithGoodPublicity formerly known as the Green Goblin, led ''two'' groups of Psycho Rangers, as part of ''Dark Reign'':
** The ComicBook/DarkAvengers are an interesting example; a supposed hero team who are actually ''posing'' as their counterparts. In addition to Ares and Sentry as themselves (going along with it because one's morally ambiguous and the other's just plain nuts - though Ares replaces Thor and/or Hercules to some extent), the line up includes Venom (Mac Gargan, previously known as Scorpion) as Franchise/SpiderMan, Moonstone as Comicbook/MsMarvel, Noh-Varr as Captain Mar-Vell, Bullseye as Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}} and {{ComicBook/Daken}} as Wolverine. Norman leads the team as the Comicbook/IronMan-Comicbook/CaptainAmerica mashup Iron Patriot.

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* ComicBook/NormanOsborn, the VillainWithGoodPublicity formerly known as the Green Goblin, led ''two'' groups of Psycho Rangers, as part of ''Dark Reign'':
''ComicBook/DarkReign'':
** The ComicBook/DarkAvengers are an interesting example; a supposed hero team who are actually ''posing'' as their counterparts. In addition to Ares ComicBook/{{Ares}} and Sentry ComicBook/TheSentry as themselves (going along with it because one's morally ambiguous and the other's just plain nuts - though Ares replaces Thor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] and/or Hercules [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]] to some extent), the line up includes Venom (Mac Gargan, previously known as Scorpion) as Franchise/SpiderMan, Moonstone as Comicbook/MsMarvel, Noh-Varr as Captain Mar-Vell, ComicBook/CaptainMarVell, Bullseye as Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}} and {{ComicBook/Daken}} as Wolverine.ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Norman leads the team as the Comicbook/IronMan-Comicbook/CaptainAmerica mashup Iron Patriot.



** The Cabal are Psycho Rangers to ComicBook/IronMan's Illuminati: Norman himself takes Tony's place, and the rest are [[Comicbook/XMen Emma Frost (Professor X)]]; Doctor Doom ([[Comicbook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic)]]; Loki (Black Bolt of ComicBook/TheInhumans); ComicBook/TheHood (Doctor Strange); and Namor (er, [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor Namor]]). Then come Utopia, Emma and Namor reveal their intentions and leave the Cabal, so Osborn has to pick up someone to fill the spot. Apparently ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} was the next best option.

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** The Cabal are Psycho Rangers to ComicBook/IronMan's Illuminati: Norman himself takes Tony's place, and the rest are [[Comicbook/XMen Emma Frost (Professor X)]]; Doctor Doom ComicBook/DoctorDoom ([[Comicbook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic)]]; Loki (Black Bolt ComicBook/{{Loki}} (ComicBook/BlackBolt of ComicBook/TheInhumans); ComicBook/TheHood (Doctor Strange); (ComicBook/DoctorStrange); and Namor (er, [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor Namor]]). Then come Utopia, Emma and Namor reveal their intentions and leave the Cabal, so Osborn has to pick up someone to fill the spot. Apparently ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} was the next best option.



** The gay magician Wiccan's counterpart is the female sorceress Enchantress (a younger Asgardian wannabe who is not the one we know and love from Thor.)
** The ActionGirl Hawkeye II meets the Executioner II, a PsychoForHire; both are {{Badass Normal}}s.

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** The gay magician Wiccan's counterpart is the female sorceress Enchantress (a younger Asgardian wannabe who is not [[ComicBook/TheEnchantress the one we know and love from Thor.)
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** The ActionGirl [[ComicBook/KateBishop Hawkeye II II]] meets the Executioner II, a PsychoForHire; both are {{Badass Normal}}s.



* The Dark X-Men feature: Dark Beast (Beast), Mimic (Angel, Comicbook/{{Cyclops}}; he has the powers of the original five), Daken (Wolverine), Mystique (Comicbook/JeanGrey). When Comicbook/EmmaFrost was a member, she was the counterpart of Professor X, as both a psychic and a teacher.

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* The Dark X-Men feature: Dark Beast (Beast), Mimic (Angel, Comicbook/{{Cyclops}}; he has the powers of the original five), Daken (Wolverine), Mystique ComicBook/{{Mystique}} (Comicbook/JeanGrey). When Comicbook/EmmaFrost was a member, she was the counterpart of Professor X, as both a psychic and a teacher.



* In one of the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}} First Class'' issues, the random kids in the coffee shop who correctly guess the team's orders before they're made (and just-so-happen to resemble the team greatly) turn out to be Skrull imposters that have been masquerading as the X-Men and causing havoc.

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* In one of the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ''ComicBook/XMen First Class'' issues, the random kids in the coffee shop who correctly guess the team's orders before they're made (and just-so-happen to resemble the team greatly) turn out to be Skrull imposters that have been masquerading as the X-Men and causing havoc.



* Inverted in ''ComicBook/TheFlash'' with the Renegades, a group of 25th century policemen who model themselves after the Rogues, since the 25th century's most dangerous criminal is the Flash's EvilCounterpart.

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* Inverted in ''ComicBook/TheFlash'' ''Franchise/TheFlash'' with the Renegades, a group of 25th century policemen who model themselves after the Rogues, since the 25th century's most dangerous criminal is the Flash's EvilCounterpart.



* In ComicBook/LesLegendaires, [[GodOfEvil Anathos]], after [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown defeating and brutally scarring]] [[FiveManBand the Legendaries]], use the blood they left behind them to create magically engineered clones of them in order to prepare for their return. Referred as the Hellions ("Infernaux" in french), those clones were identical to their heroic counterpart physically, except for their skin/hair/eyes colours, and used the same names with the prefixe "Dark" (Dark-Shimy, Dark-Jadina, etc). Much like the original Psycho Rangers, they possessed upgraded version of the Legendaries' abilities and psychotic personnalities. [[spoiler:Ironically, they still ended up biting the dust, since the Legendaries TookALevelInBadass by the time they had to face them.]]

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* In ComicBook/LesLegendaires, [[GodOfEvil Anathos]], after [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown defeating and brutally scarring]] [[FiveManBand the Legendaries]], use the blood they left behind them to create magically engineered clones of them in order to prepare for their return. Referred as the Hellions ("Infernaux" in french), French), those clones were identical to their heroic counterpart physically, except for their skin/hair/eyes colours, and used the same names with the prefixe "Dark" (Dark-Shimy, Dark-Jadina, etc). Much like the original Psycho Rangers, they possessed upgraded version of the Legendaries' abilities and psychotic personnalities.personalities. [[spoiler:Ironically, they still ended up biting the dust, since the Legendaries TookALevelInBadass by the time they had to face them.]]



** Alex and his parents are [[BadassNormal Badass Normals]], strategist and leaders.

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** Alex and his parents are [[BadassNormal Badass Normals]], strategist {{Badass Normal}}s, strategists and leaders.



*** IronMan - Geoffrey and Katherine Wilder

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*** IronMan ComicBook/IronMan - Geoffrey and Katherine Wilder



*** [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]] - Frank and Leslie Dean

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*** [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]] ComicBook/BlackBolt - Frank and Leslie Dean



* The ''FanFic/PonyPOVSeries'' has this pop up near the end of [[BadFuture Dark World]]: [[spoiler:Nightmare Paradox has fused with five other Nightmares from [[GroundhogDayLoop previous cycles]], the six of them forming one of these to the heroes. However, only two of them are the actual SuperpoweredEvilSide of their counterpart, due to the Elements having changed hooves: (Nightmare Mirror to [[WarriorTherapist Rarity]], [[MonsterClown Nightmare Granfalloon]] to [[CheerfulChild Apple Pie]], [[LotusEaterMachine Nightmare Whisper]] to [[MasterOfIllusion Applejack]], [[KnightTemplar Nightmare Banneret]] to [[UndyingLoyalty Spike]], [[ControlFreak Nightmare Manacle]] to [[MamaBear Derpy]], and of course, [[BigBad Nightmare Paradox]] herself to [[TheHero Twilight]]).]]

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* The ''FanFic/PonyPOVSeries'' has this pop up near the end of [[BadFuture Dark World]]: [[spoiler:Nightmare Paradox has fused with five other Nightmares from [[GroundhogDayLoop previous cycles]], the six of them forming one of these to the heroes. However, only two of them are the actual SuperpoweredEvilSide of their counterpart, due to the Elements having changed hooves: (Nightmare Mirror to [[WarriorTherapist Rarity]], [[MonsterClown Nightmare Granfalloon]] to [[CheerfulChild Apple Pie]], [[LotusEaterMachine Nightmare Whisper]] to [[MasterOfIllusion Applejack]], [[KnightTemplar Nightmare Banneret]] to [[UndyingLoyalty Spike]], [[ControlFreak Nightmare Manacle]] to [[MamaBear Derpy]], and of course, [[BigBad Nightmare Paradox]] herself to [[TheHero Twilight]]).]]Twilight]])]].



*** Oddly, one of the Stillmans was played by Melody Perkins, who also played [[Series/PowerRangersInSpace Astronema]], the villain responsible for creating the TropeNamers.

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*** Oddly, Ironically, one of the Stillmans was played by Melody Perkins, who also played [[Series/PowerRangersInSpace Astronema]], the villain responsible for creating the TropeNamers.



*** Then, later in the series, come [[spoiler:the [[AliensAreBastards Overlords]], the main four of which being {{Foil}}s to each of the tetragonists: [[WasItReallyWorthIt Roshuo]] to [[TotalitarianUtilitarian Takatora]], [[AxCrazy Deemushu]] to [[NobleDemon Kaito]], [[DragonInChief Redyue]] to [[BigBadWannabe Mitzusane]] and, in the movie, [[TokenHeroicOrc Lapis/Shamubishe]] to [[AllLovingHero Kouta]].]]

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*** Then, later in the series, come [[spoiler:the [[AliensAreBastards Overlords]], the main four of which being {{Foil}}s to each of the tetragonists: [[WasItReallyWorthIt Roshuo]] to [[TotalitarianUtilitarian Takatora]], [[AxCrazy Deemushu]] to [[NobleDemon Kaito]], [[DragonInChief Redyue]] to [[BigBadWannabe Mitzusane]] and, in the movie, [[TokenHeroicOrc Lapis/Shamubishe]] to [[AllLovingHero Kouta]].]]Kouta]]]].



* In season one of ''WesternAnimation/AlphaTeensOnMachines'', [[BigBad Payne]] and his two henchmen goes through TerribleIntervieweesMontage to find somebody they can hire to fight titular team. After few failures they finds out five [[PsychoForHire maniacs]] who happens to have similiar skills and opposite personalities to the members of A.T.O.M.. Seson two has Mu-Team, A.T.O.M.'s evil clones mixed with animals whose natural abbilities could improve their skills. Shark's clone was mixed with an actual shark to make him even better swimmer, Hawk's with hornet and bee so he can use his piloting talent to control himself while flying, King's with rhino to make him stronger, and Axel's and Lioness' with snake and cat respective, to increase their agility.

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* In season one of ''WesternAnimation/AlphaTeensOnMachines'', [[BigBad Payne]] and his two henchmen goes through TerribleIntervieweesMontage to find somebody they can hire to fight titular team. After few failures they finds out five [[PsychoForHire maniacs]] who happens to have similiar similar skills and opposite personalities to the members of A.T.O.M.. Seson two has Mu-Team, A.T.O.M.'s evil clones mixed with animals whose natural abbilities abilities could improve their skills. Shark's clone was mixed with an actual shark to make him even better swimmer, Hawk's with hornet and bee so he can use his piloting talent to control himself while flying, King's with rhino to make him stronger, and Axel's and Lioness' with snake and cat respective, to increase their agility.



** In the comic book continuation, [[spoiler:Lexington's clone Brentwood chose to stick with Thailog. He's portrayed, like the rest, as more gullible and naive than actually evil.]]

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** In the comic book continuation, [[spoiler:Lexington's clone Brentwood chose to stick with Thailog. He's portrayed, like the rest, as more gullible and naive than actually evil.]]evil]].



** The AlternateUniverse counterparts introduced in "[[{{JusticeLeagueS2E11And12ABetterWorld}} A Better World]]" are near perfect examples. Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} did mention that having counterparts willing to break any "rules" they kept would make them much more difficult to fight. It was somewhat subverted when [[spoiler:Batman's counterpart proved to still have the same sense of morality.]] In ''Unlimited'', [[spoiler:Brainiac/Luthor]] recreated the alternate universe counterparts, and a few needed to trade partners to defeat them. (Flash defeated his counterpart in a most excellent way. His counterpart taunted him [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech by saying no one else trusts him with his childish behavior]] and the Flash responded with [[ShutUpHannibal "Says you! I got a seat at the big conference table...I'm going to paint my logo on it!" And he proceeded to destroy the counterpart.]]) ComicBook/TheFlash and his evil counterpart were particularly interesting, since in the Alternate Earth Luthor based his team on, the Flash had died (which is what prompted that League's StartOfDarkness in the first place). So instead of a Justice Lord version of Flash, Luthor created a copy of ''Professor Zoom''. Which makes one wonder where he got the idea...

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** The AlternateUniverse counterparts introduced in "[[{{JusticeLeagueS2E11And12ABetterWorld}} A Better World]]" are near perfect examples. Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} did mention that having counterparts willing to break any "rules" they kept would make them much more difficult to fight. It was somewhat subverted when [[spoiler:Batman's counterpart proved to still have the same sense of morality.]] In ''Unlimited'', [[spoiler:Brainiac/Luthor]] recreated the alternate universe counterparts, and a few needed to trade partners to defeat them. (Flash defeated his counterpart in a most excellent way. His counterpart taunted him [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech by saying no one else trusts him with his childish behavior]] and the Flash responded with [[ShutUpHannibal "Says you! I got a seat at the big conference table...I'm going to paint my logo on it!" And he proceeded to destroy the counterpart.]]) ComicBook/TheFlash Franchise/TheFlash and his evil counterpart were particularly interesting, since in the Alternate Earth Luthor based his team on, the Flash had died (which is what prompted that League's StartOfDarkness in the first place). So instead of a Justice Lord version of Flash, Luthor created a copy of ''Professor Zoom''. Which makes one wonder where he got the idea...



** The first group is the Knights of Revenge, renamed Knights of Destruction to distinguish them from the Knights of Vengeance (a cartoon original villainous group that preceeded the formation of the Knights of Destruction). There are many indecisive confrontations before Nerissa strips them of their powers to fuel [[ReplacementMooks their replacements]], that constitute the second group (NOT the Runics, as the cartoon never got that far).

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** The first group is the Knights of Revenge, renamed Knights of Destruction to distinguish them from the Knights of Vengeance (a cartoon original villainous group that preceeded preceded the formation of the Knights of Destruction). There are many indecisive confrontations before Nerissa strips them of their powers to fuel [[ReplacementMooks their replacements]], that constitute the second group (NOT the Runics, as the cartoon never got that far).



* ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Turbo}} Turbo FAST]]'' had FAJITA, a team of snails owned by a [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Guy Fieri stand-in]] that tried to take advantages of FAST's weaknesses to outrace them. FAST used an opponent switch, except for Turbo, who beat his counterpart Fusion on his own.

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Turbo}} Turbo FAST]]'' F.A.S.T.]]'' had FAJITA, a team of snails owned by a [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Guy Fieri stand-in]] that tried to take advantages of FAST's weaknesses to outrace them. FAST used an opponent switch, except for Turbo, who beat his counterpart Fusion on his own.
31st Mar '17 12:46:56 AM PaulA
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*** The Ninja Storm episode "Wild Wipeout" deals with Tori being transported to a mirror universe a la [[TheWizardOfOZ Dorothy]] only via rogue wave instead of tornado. Said universe has the other five Rangers ''and'' Sensei being evil troublemakers and she's unable to take them all on alone. Fortunately, she's able to convince Lothor and his minions (who are good in this universe) to stand up to them before retuning to her own dimension.

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*** The Ninja Storm episode "Wild Wipeout" deals with Tori being transported to a mirror universe a la [[TheWizardOfOZ [[Film/TheWizardOfOz Dorothy]] only via rogue wave instead of tornado. Said universe has the other five Rangers ''and'' Sensei being evil troublemakers and she's unable to take them all on alone. Fortunately, she's able to convince Lothor and his minions (who are good in this universe) to stand up to them before retuning to her own dimension.
25th Mar '17 11:58:56 PM Shaid
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** The comics show that the mercs from ''VideoGame/TeamFortressClassic'' are working under Gray Mann (commanding robot faction).

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** The comics show that the mercs from ''VideoGame/TeamFortressClassic'' are working under Gray Mann (commanding the robot faction).
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** The comics show that the mercs from ''VideoGame/TeamFortressClassic'' are working under Gray Mann (commanding robot faction).
27th Feb '17 8:32:37 PM RoarkTenjouin
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** The "Ginga Sentai Gingaman" (not to be confused with the later heroic ''Series/SeijuuSentaiGingaman'') from ''Series/ChikyuuSentaiFiveman'' were the first truly recurring Evil Sentai within the franchise. They were evil space aliens who, at first, attempted to gain the trust of Earthlings by pretending to be heroes, but eventually they turned out to be villains.

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** The "Ginga Sentai Gingaman" (not to be confused with the later heroic ''Series/SeijuuSentaiGingaman'') from ''Series/ChikyuuSentaiFiveman'' were the first truly recurring Evil Sentai within the franchise. They were evil space aliens who, at first, attempted to gain the trust of Earthlings by pretending to be heroes, but eventually they turned out to be villains. Unfortunately, they didn't fight the heroic Gingaman in ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''.
17th Jan '17 6:40:20 AM DynamiteXI
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** Zoey, the holographic observer, is Al's evil counterpart: a snarky horndog who wears loud clothing, but without morals or a sense of honor. [[spoiler:She becomes a leaper after Alia defects.]]

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** Zoey, the holographic observer, is Al's evil counterpart: a snarky horndog who wears loud clothing, but clothing. Unlike Al, however, Zoey is without morals or a sense of honor. [[spoiler:She later becomes a leaper after Alia defects.]]
17th Jan '17 6:38:30 AM DynamiteXI
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* ''Series/QuantumLeap'' introduced us to the Evil Leaper project in the fifth season. The few members that we saw seem to be evil parallels to the main characters.
** Alia, the leaper, is Sam Beckett's evil counterpart, who travels back in time to MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight. [[spoiler:However, she's an unwilling test subject (unlike Sam) and makes a HeelFaceTurn.]]
** Zoey, the holographic observer, is Al's evil counterpart: a snarky horndog who wears loud clothing, but without morals or a sense of honor. [[spoiler:She becomes a leaper after Alia defects.]]
** Lothos, the [[AIIsACrapshoot evil computer]], is Ziggy's evil counterpart.
** Thames is roughly analogous to Gushie, in that they're both project members working behind the scenes, and can serve as a backup observer.
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