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27th Dec '17 4:02:41 PM XMenMutant22
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** Two more showed up in the final season. "The Princess and the Bounty Hunters" concerned an AntiVillain bounty hunter who convinces several others to gang up on Jack to capture him. Jack shows up near the end [[ShaggyDogStory and defeats them easily]]. Another, "The Tale of X9", involves an old robot of Aku's with a PersonalityChip forced to go after Jack after Aku steals the only thing he cares about. As you could expect, [[DownerEnding it doesn't end well]].

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** Two more showed up in the final season. fourth season: "The Princess and the Bounty Hunters" concerned an AntiVillain bounty hunter who convinces several others to gang up on Jack to capture him. Jack shows up near the end [[ShaggyDogStory and defeats them easily]]. Another, "The Tale of X9", X9" involves an old robot of Aku's with a PersonalityChip forced to go after Jack after Aku steals the only thing he cares about. As you could expect, [[DownerEnding it doesn't end well]].
22nd Dec '17 1:14:37 PM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' has ''many'' episodes focusing on [[CardCarryingVillain Lord Hater]] and [[BeleagueredAssistant Commander Peepers]]: "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E8TheBallTheBounty The Bounty]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E13TheLonelyPlanetTheBrainstorm The Brainstorm]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E15TheFancyParty The Fancy Party]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E18TheGiftIITheGiftening The Gift 2: The Giftening]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E20TheDateTheBuddies The Date]]", and "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E20TheDateTheBuddies The Buddies]]", to name a few. These become more common in season 2 as Hater progresses into full VillainProtagonist territory.

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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' has ''many'' episodes focusing on [[CardCarryingVillain Lord Hater]] and [[BeleagueredAssistant Commander Peepers]]: "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E8TheBallTheBounty The Bounty]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E13TheLonelyPlanetTheBrainstorm The Brainstorm]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E15TheFancyParty The Fancy Party]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E18TheGiftIITheGiftening "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E16TheGiftIITheGifteningTheGift The Gift 2: The Giftening]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E20TheDateTheBuddies The Date]]", and "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E20TheDateTheBuddies The Buddies]]", to name a few. These become more common in season 2 as Hater progresses into full VillainProtagonist territory.
9th Dec '17 1:17:17 AM Zazie122
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** Chapters 91-99[[note]]100 is a transition between the "villain" story and the "hero" story[[/note]] are from the point of views of [[spoiler:Reiner and his ChildSoldier subordinates, namely [[GenkiGirl Gabi]] and [[TheWoobie Falco]]]]. It's most definitely a case of making us sympathise with the opposing side, as it contains a ''lot'' of (justified) {{Angst}}.
28th Nov '17 8:33:53 AM KnightLight321
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* An episode of ''Series/TheXFiles'' focused on the Cigarette Smoking Man. Another episode followed the misfortunes of the MonsterOfTheWeek, with Mulder and Scully only appearing towards the end.

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* An episode of ''Series/TheXFiles'' focused on had a few over the Cigarette Smoking Man. Another episode followed years. "Musings of a Cigarette-Smoking Man" details the misfortunes backstory and StartOfDarkness for the titular character (the BigBad for much of the show's run), though how much of it is true is debatable, since it's told from [[ConspiracyTheorist Frohike's]] perspective and parts of it clearly contradict what had been revealed about CSM's past up to that point. "Hungry" and "Orison" both focus on the MonsterOfTheWeek, with Mulder and Scully only playing supporting roles and the latter barely appearing towards the end.at all in "Hungry".
25th Nov '17 10:23:40 AM FoxBluereaver
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* Several [[ExpandedUniverse tie-in oneshots]] of ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'' put the focus on the bad guys. These include the Cipher, Guzma and Black Rose Tournament Interludes depict what they're up to in the present time, while the Dakim, Twenty Gyarados Bill, Sabrina and Mars Gaidens focus more on their origins and [[StartOfDarkness how they came into villainy]].

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* Several [[ExpandedUniverse tie-in oneshots]] of ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'' put the focus on the bad guys. These include the The Cipher, Guzma and Black Rose Tournament Interludes depict what they're up to in the present time, while the Dakim, Twenty Gyarados Bill, Sabrina and Mars Gaidens focus more on their origins and [[StartOfDarkness how they came into villainy]].
25th Nov '17 10:20:11 AM FoxBluereaver
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* Several [[ExpandedUniverse tie-in oneshots]] of ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'' put the focus on the bad guys. These include the Cipher, Guzma and Black Rose Tournament Interludes depict what they're up to in the present time, while the Dakim, Twenty Gyarados Bill, Sabrina and Mars Gaidens focus more on their origins and [[StartOfDarkness how they came into villainy]].
7th Nov '17 1:10:05 AM Tyk5919
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* In Literature/{{Worm}}, the author regularly writes "Interludes," scenes told from a perspective other than [[VillainProtagonist Taylor]], and never uses the same character for an interlude. Thus, interludes have involved supervillains, [[HeroAntagonist superheroes]], civilians, or none of the above.
* In Literature/{{Twig}}, the end of each arc (group of chapters) features an Enemy chapter, told from the POV of an adversary to the Lambs. [[spoiler: After Sy and Jamie desert the Academy, these chapters change their titles to "Lamb".]]

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* In Literature/{{Worm}}, ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', the author regularly writes "Interludes," scenes told from a perspective other than [[VillainProtagonist Taylor]], and never uses the same character for an interlude. Thus, interludes have involved supervillains, [[HeroAntagonist superheroes]], civilians, or none of the above.
* In Literature/{{Twig}}, ''Literature/{{Twig}}'', the end of each arc (group of chapters) features an Enemy chapter, told from the POV of an adversary to the Lambs. [[spoiler: After Sy and Jamie desert the Academy, these chapters change their titles to "Lamb".]]]]
* In ''Literature/{{TOT}}'', chapter 7 focuses entirely on [[BigBad Maximus Slade]] hanging out with a bunch of vandals and delving deeper into his backstory and character.
5th Nov '17 4:40:30 PM thatother1dude
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* The ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' episode "Lightspeed," which features [[EnsembleDarkhorse the H.I.V.E.F.I.V.E.]] and Madame Rouge from the Brotherhood of Evil. Kid Flash, a minor hero, is also prominent. Notably this episode also serves as a vehicle for [[spoiler:Jinx]]'s eventual HeelFaceTurn.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' episode "Lightspeed," which features [[EnsembleDarkhorse "Lightspeed" focuses on the H.I.V.E.F.I.V.E.]] and Madame Rouge from Five confronting Kid Flash while the Brotherhood regular Teen Titans are out of Evil. Kid Flash, a minor hero, is also prominent.town. Despite the title, it focuses more on the former, especially Jinx. Notably this episode also serves as a vehicle for [[spoiler:Jinx]]'s eventual HeelFaceTurn.
12th Oct '17 9:30:49 AM narm00
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* ''[[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]] Issue #85'' focuses entirely on [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker The Joker]], who gives a warped-but-mostly-accurate rundown of his history with all three Robins so far.
* An issue of Franchise/GreenLantern, intended to be a prelude to ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'', shows us what William Hand's childhood was like and how he eventually became the supervillain Black Hand. The main books in the ''Comicbook/BlackestNight'' saga focused on Black Hand's thoughts on each of the emotional spectrum corps at the end of each book in a feature called the book of black.

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* ''[[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]] Issue #85'' focuses entirely on [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker The Joker]], who gives a warped-but-mostly-accurate rundown of his history with all three Robins so far.
* An issue of Franchise/GreenLantern, intended to be a prelude to ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'', shows us what William Hand's childhood was like and how he eventually became the supervillain Black Hand. The main books in the ''Comicbook/BlackestNight'' saga focused on Black Hand's thoughts on each of the emotional spectrum corps at the end of each book in a feature called the book The Book of black.Black.



** The "Babylonian Rising" arc was mostly about the Babylon Rouges and the Battle Bird Armada [[EvilVersusEvil competing to get into the Babylonian Gardens.]] Sonic and his friends show up midway though it's still mostly the villains' story.

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** The "Babylonian Rising" arc was mostly about the Babylon Rouges Rogues and the Battle Bird Armada [[EvilVersusEvil competing to get into the Babylonian Gardens.]] Sonic and his friends show up midway midway, though it's still mostly the villains' story.



* September 2013 was when ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil'' debuted and was also Villains Month; in which all the heroic ongoing series were replaced with one-shot issues featuring various villains. While many were about [[OriginsIssue the origins of]] [[StartOfDarkness the villains]] ({{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, [[ComicBook/LightsOut Relic]], etc.), some were tie-ins to ''Forever Evil'' ([[ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} Black Manta]]), and some were [[TakeAThirdOption both]] ([[Comicbook/SuicideSquad Deadshot, Harley Quinn]]).

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* September 2013 was when ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil'' debuted and was also Villains Month; Month, in which all the heroic ongoing series were replaced with one-shot issues featuring various villains. While many were about [[OriginsIssue the origins of]] [[StartOfDarkness the villains]] ({{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, [[ComicBook/LightsOut Relic]], etc.), some were tie-ins to ''Forever Evil'' ([[ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} Black Manta]]), and some were [[TakeAThirdOption both]] ([[Comicbook/SuicideSquad Deadshot, Harley Quinn]]).



* ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFiendshipIsMagic'' is a five issue mini-series all about various ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' villains and their origins. ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendsForever'' #16 focuses on Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon trying to outdo the Cutie Mark Crusaders. While not nearly as bad as some of the examples on the list, the two have been nothing but antagonistic throughout the franchise so far.
* Nominally, the ''JLA'' one-shot in Creator/TangentComics was one of these, the Justice League of America being a government agency dedicated to neutralizing superhumans by any means necessary. In practice, the issue is mostly about the heroes the JLA targets (namely Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, the Green Lantern, and the original Atom) fighting them off and forming an alliance; little is learned about the JLA's history, inner workings, or individual motivations

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* ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFiendshipIsMagic'' is a five issue mini-series all about various ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' villains and their origins. ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendsForever'' #16 focuses on Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon trying to outdo the Cutie Mark Crusaders. While not nearly as bad as some of the examples on the list, at that point the two have had been nothing but antagonistic throughout the franchise so far.
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* Nominally, the ''JLA'' one-shot in Creator/TangentComics was one of these, the Justice League of America being a government agency dedicated to neutralizing superhumans by any means necessary. In practice, the issue is mostly about the heroes the JLA targets (namely Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, the Green Lantern, and the original Atom) fighting them off and forming an alliance; little is learned about the JLA's history, inner workings, or individual motivationsmotivations.



** ''ComicBook/TheSuperiorFoesOfSpiderMan'', is essentially a Spider-Man story told from the perspective of the average, D-List supervillains, showing Boomerang and his gang as they try to keep the lights on and eventually get tangled up in a local gang conflict. Spider-Man only appears in (mostly silent) cameos as [[TheDreaded a vague threat feared by many]].

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** ''ComicBook/TheSuperiorFoesOfSpiderMan'', ''ComicBook/TheSuperiorFoesOfSpiderMan'' is essentially a Spider-Man story told from the perspective of the average, D-List supervillains, showing Boomerang and his gang as they try to keep the lights on and eventually get tangled up in a local gang conflict. Spider-Man only appears in (mostly silent) cameos as [[TheDreaded a vague threat feared by many]].



* ''Comicbook/{{Trinity}}'' #7 stars Comicbook/LexLuthor, Comicbook/RasAlGhul and Comicbook/{{Circe}}, complete with their own versions of the narrative captions Comicbook/{{Superman}}, Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/WonderWoman usually provide.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Trinity}}'' ''Comicbook/{{Trinity}} (2016)'' #7 stars Comicbook/LexLuthor, Comicbook/RasAlGhul and Comicbook/{{Circe}}, complete with their own versions of the narrative captions Comicbook/{{Superman}}, Comicbook/{{Batman}} Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman usually provide.
5th Oct '17 12:56:43 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* When Ray Gonzales was revealed to be TheMole in IWA Puerto Rico, looking to use his WWC shares to takeover as it's owner, he initially announced the company would now be called Capitol(WWC's old name) and went so far as to put a crude copy of the Capitol logo over the IWA PR website.

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* When Ray Gonzales González was revealed to be TheMole in IWA Puerto Rico, looking to use his WWC shares to takeover as it's owner, he initially announced the company would now be called Capitol(WWC's old name) and went so far as to put a crude copy of the Capitol logo over the IWA PR website.website.
* The 320th episode of Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Wildside was dedicated to the NWA Elite PowerStable, down to John Johnson and Jeff G. Bailey being on commentary.
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