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14th Feb '18 1:37:02 PM MadAnthony94
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* ''ComicBook/MoonKnight'': Lovable cabbie Jake Lockley and debonair millionaire Steven Grant are in actuality both aliases for the believed-dead mercenary Marc Spector. Oh, and he's also the vigilante Moon Knight.
* ''Main/TheShadow'' is actually Lamont Cranston, RichIdiotWithNoDayJob. Except he's not. The real Lamont is secretly on an extended vacation so that Kent Allard, the ''actual'' Shadow, can enjoy posing as him while doing vigilante work.
10th Feb '18 5:14:09 AM Ccook1956
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* On ''WesternAnimation/YogisSpaceRace'', the heroic Captain Good and the villainous Phantom Phink are one and the same. changing into one another at will, but nobody else in the race bothers to question why they are never seen together. Ditto for their animal sidekicks Clean Cat and Sinister Sludge.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/YogisSpaceRace'', the heroic Captain Good and the villainous Phantom Phink are one and the same. same, changing into one another at will, but nobody else in the race bothers to question why they are never seen together.in the same realm. Ditto for their animal sidekicks Clean Cat and Sinister Sludge.
10th Feb '18 5:12:52 AM Ccook1956
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* On ''WesternAnimation/YogisSpaceRace'', the heroic Captain Good and the villainous Phantom Phink are one and the same. changing into one another at will, but nobody else in the race bothers to question why they are never seen together. Ditto for their animal sidekicks Clean Cat and Sinister Sludge.
2nd Feb '18 6:56:27 PM nombretomado
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* A very minor example in universe occurs in ''TheNewsroom'', [[spoiler: Both Will Macavoy and Charlie Skinner have sources that told them about war crime committed by the US government, while the story was pretty much a go at that point Will's source cinches the deal and galvanizes the crew. Since the story is told via flashback the audience is instantly aware that they share the same source, but none of the characters realize that till it's much too late.]]

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* A very minor example in universe occurs in ''TheNewsroom'', ''Series/TheNewsroom'', [[spoiler: Both Will Macavoy and Charlie Skinner have sources that told them about war crime committed by the US government, while the story was pretty much a go at that point Will's source cinches the deal and galvanizes the crew. Since the story is told via flashback the audience is instantly aware that they share the same source, but none of the characters realize that till it's much too late.]]
14th Dec '17 6:01:11 PM Nylsa
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* ''VideoGame/FreddyFazbearsPizzeriaSimulator'' throws a major curve-ball that has reverberations throughout the ''entire franchise'': [[spoiler: Mike Schmidt, Jeremy Fitzgerald, Fritz Smith, the unnamed night guard from the third game AND "Eggs Benedict" are all implied to be aliases of ''the same man''; Michael Afton.]]

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* ''VideoGame/FreddyFazbearsPizzeriaSimulator'' throws a major curve-ball that has reverberations throughout the ''entire franchise'': [[spoiler: Mike Schmidt, Jeremy Fitzgerald, Fritz Smith, the unnamed night guard from the third game AND "Eggs Benedict" are all implied to be aliases of ''the same man''; man''- Michael Afton.]]
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6th Dec '17 3:23:36 PM Adbot
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* ''VideoGame/FreddyFazbearsPizzeriaSimulator'' throws a major curve-ball that has reverberations throughout the ''entire franchise'': [[spoiler: Mike Schmidt, Jeremy Fitzgerald, Fritz Smith, the unnamed night guard from the third game AND "Eggs Benedict" are all implied to be aliases of ''the same man''; Michael Afton.]]
5th Nov '17 1:16:56 AM shokoshu
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* With a bit of trope stretching, the morning and the evening star. Who both are Venus.
16th Aug '17 5:11:32 AM Darkjade
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Unsounded}}'' we learn the identity of the mastermind behind the First Silver operation, "Delicieu", midway through the first arc. It's not until five chapters later that we learn that name is an alias adopted by [[spoiler:Cutter]], a character we've already met.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Unsounded}}'' we learn the identity of the mastermind behind the First Silver operation, "Delicieu", midway through the first arc. It's not until five chapters later that we learn that name is an alias adopted by [[spoiler:Cutter]], a character we've already met. Later it gets more complicated [[spoiler:when it turns out the original bearer of the name "Delicieu" was a different person, whom Cutter is essentially impersonating.]]
15th Jul '17 8:31:20 AM HeroGal2347
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "The Masked Mallard", there is the titular character of the episode gone rogue and a reporter named Lawrence Loudmouth bad mouthing him. [[spoiler:It turns out he's the criminal]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' episode "The Masked Mallard", there is the titular character of the episode gone rogue and a reporter named Lawrence Loudmouth bad mouthing him. [[spoiler:It turns out he's the criminal]].
8th Jun '17 10:08:45 PM nombretomado
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* Double Helix in ''WildCards'', who is a shapeshifter.

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* Double Helix in ''WildCards'', ''Literature/WildCards'', who is a shapeshifter.
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