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29th Jan '16 8:20:15 AM DAN004
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* In ''AzureStrikerGunbolt'', all of the bosses Gunvolt fights are [[PsychicChildren Adepts]] like him. Except for Copen, who's a BadassNormal.
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* In ''AzureStrikerGunbolt'', ''AzureStrikerGunvolt'', all of the bosses Gunvolt fights are [[PsychicChildren Adepts]] like him. Except for Copen, who's a BadassNormal.
29th Jan '16 8:14:24 AM DAN004
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Naturally, contrast OutsideContextVillain when there's one villain who doesn't fit into the theme (and is alien to the setting).

** For ''MegaManBattleNetwork''. it's changed to other Net Navigators. For ''MegaManStarForce'', it's alien {{Energy Being}}s.

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* In ''AzureStrikerGunbolt'', all of the bosses Gunvolt fights are [[PsychicChildren Adepts]] like him. Except for Copen, who's a BadassNormal.
24th Jan '16 11:01:04 AM nombretomado
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** Marvel's {{Sub-Mariner}} has the same thing going on, even though he can also fly. It's when people mess with that formula that things get weird.
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** Marvel's {{Sub-Mariner}} ComicBook/SubMariner has the same thing going on, even though he can also fly. It's when people mess with that formula that things get weird.
19th Jan '16 11:50:03 AM nombretomado
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* Virtually everyone [[StaticShock Static]] fought got their powers from the same [[SuperSerum chemical accident]] Static himself did.
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* Virtually everyone [[StaticShock Static]] ComicBook/{{Static}} fought got their powers from the same [[SuperSerum chemical accident]] Static himself did.
28th Dec '15 11:47:36 AM Anddrix
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* Comicbook/FantasticFour villains tend to be of the "EvilGenius bent on world conquest" mold, (like DoctorDoom, the Mad Thinker, the Wizard, Diablo, Maximus the Mad, the Red Ghost and his Super-Apes, even Mole Man...) or alien would-be [[GalacticConqueror Galactic Conquerors]] (like Blastaar and son, Annihilus...)
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* Comicbook/FantasticFour villains tend to be of the "EvilGenius bent on world conquest" mold, (like DoctorDoom, Doctor Doom, the Mad Thinker, the Wizard, Diablo, Maximus the Mad, the Red Ghost and his Super-Apes, even Mole Man...) or alien would-be [[GalacticConqueror Galactic Conquerors]] (like Blastaar and son, Annihilus...)
27th Dec '15 9:03:15 PM nombretomado
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* {{Sleepwalker}}'s enemies are either street-level villains (the Chain Gang, 8-Ball, Spectra, the Bookworm, Lullaby, Mr. FX, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, etc.) or demonic entities (Cobweb, Psyko, Mr. Jyn, Eddie Cicala).
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* {{Sleepwalker}}'s ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}'s enemies are either street-level villains (the Chain Gang, 8-Ball, Spectra, the Bookworm, Lullaby, Mr. FX, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, etc.) or demonic entities (Cobweb, Psyko, Mr. Jyn, Eddie Cicala).
21st Nov '15 11:55:58 AM nombretomado
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* As a Bakumatsu-era swordsman, [[RurouniKenshin Kenshin Himura]] tends to fight other swordsmen.
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* As a Bakumatsu-era swordsman, [[RurouniKenshin [[Manga/RurouniKenshin Kenshin Himura]] tends to fight other swordsmen.
19th Nov '15 7:48:23 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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* {{Superman}}'s enemies don't have an immediately obvious unifying theme, but a closer glance show's that the underlying connection between this collection {{mad scientist}}s, [[AlienInvasion alien invaders]], {{cyborg}}s, [[RoboticPsychopath robots]], and ray-gun wielding gangsters is one of pulp science-fiction. There's not a single Superman rogue who wouldn't be out of place in a thirties pulp novel, or a 1950s B-movie, which given Superman's status as a popularizer of many sci-fi tropes, makes perfect sense.
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* {{Superman}}'s enemies don't have an immediately obvious unifying theme, but a closer glance show's shows that the underlying connection between this collection of {{mad scientist}}s, [[AlienInvasion alien invaders]], {{cyborg}}s, [[RoboticPsychopath robots]], and ray-gun wielding gangsters is one of pulp science-fiction. There's not a single Superman rogue who wouldn't be out of place in a thirties pulp novel, or a 1950s B-movie, which given Superman's status as a popularizer of many sci-fi tropes, makes perfect sense.
19th Nov '15 4:54:34 PM nombretomado
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* The {{Runaways}}' initial enemies were their own parents, collectively known as the Pride. Afterwards, they often fought against people who were somehow connected to the Pride, either former allies or old enemies.
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* The {{Runaways}}' ComicBook/{{Runaways}}' initial enemies were their own parents, collectively known as the Pride. Afterwards, they often fought against people who were somehow connected to the Pride, either former allies or old enemies.
5th Nov '15 9:13:05 AM nombretomado
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* Averted by TheMightyThor, oddly enough. While Goldilocks did fight divine villains from Asgard (most notably his evil half-brother [[ArchEnemy Loki]] and the seductive [[FemmeFatale Amora]], also called the Enchantress), Thor also quickly gained a rogues gallery of recurring mortal villains that could just as easily have been enemies of Spider-Man or the Hulk, including the Wrecker, the Absorbing Man, the Grey Gargoyle, Mister Hyde, and the Cobra. Many of these guys would also become {{Rogues Gallery Transplant}}s when they branched out and started tangling with other mortal heroes.
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* Averted by TheMightyThor, ComicBook/TheMightyThor, oddly enough. While Goldilocks did fight divine villains from Asgard (most notably his evil half-brother [[ArchEnemy Loki]] and the seductive [[FemmeFatale Amora]], also called the Enchantress), Thor also quickly gained a rogues gallery of recurring mortal villains that could just as easily have been enemies of Spider-Man or the Hulk, including the Wrecker, the Absorbing Man, the Grey Gargoyle, Mister Hyde, and the Cobra. Many of these guys would also become {{Rogues Gallery Transplant}}s when they branched out and started tangling with other mortal heroes.
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