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16th Feb '17 10:20:46 AM JoeMerl
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* When WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick is captured by [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Dark Nella]], the latter decides to do a [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/team-nchick/nostalgia-chick/30777-tron review]] of ''Film/{{Tron}}'' in an effort to understand (and mock) the nerdy mind.

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* When WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick is captured by [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Dark Nella]], the latter decides to do a [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/team-nchick/nostalgia-chick/30777-tron [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtH_ry5pAl4&index=7&list=PL66c4W8cttvwIdXrPXm03if0SMHHj7kOH review]] of ''Film/{{Tron}}'' in an effort to understand (and mock) the nerdy mind.
11th Feb '17 4:05:57 AM DaibhidC
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* The ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' episode "Legion of Doom" is mostly about the partnership between the three villains, and shows them going from a state of constant jockeying for position and resenting needing each other's help to actually working together. The Legends themselves appear throughout the episode, but while their storyline is important to TheArc, it doesn't involve any actual superheroing.

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* The ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' episode "Legion of Doom" is mostly about the partnership between the three villains, and shows them going from a state of constant jockeying for position and resenting needing each other's help to actually working together. The Legends themselves appear throughout the episode, but while their storyline is important to TheArc, the [[AnArc Arc]], it doesn't involve any actual superheroing.
11th Feb '17 4:04:08 AM DaibhidC
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* ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' has occasionally had episodes from the point of view of various Judge Dredd foes, and is currently running a series of stories focusing on events from the pasts of the Dark Judges Mortis, Fear, Fire and Death

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* ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' has occasionally had episodes from the point of view of various Judge Dredd foes, and is currently running including a series of stories focusing on events from the pasts of the Dark Judges Mortis, Fear, Fire and Death


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* The ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' episode "Legion of Doom" is mostly about the partnership between the three villains, and shows them going from a state of constant jockeying for position and resenting needing each other's help to actually working together. The Legends themselves appear throughout the episode, but while their storyline is important to TheArc, it doesn't involve any actual superheroing.
22nd Jan '17 7:21:32 AM IndigoFenix
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* While most of the [[TheBible Five Books of Moses]] focus on the journey of the Israelites, Numbers 22:225:9, or Parshat Balak, instead centers on the perspective of the Moabite king Balak and the Midianite diviner Balaam, who join forces in an effort to formulate an effective curse against the [[MookHorrorShow unstoppable Israelite nation and their terrifying God]].
29th Dec '16 10:18:27 AM Mhazard
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See also BreakoutMookCharacter, PerspectiveFlip, SympatheticPOV, LowerDeckEpisode, and SomethingCompletelyDifferent.

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See also BreakoutMookCharacter, PerspectiveFlip, SympatheticPOV, VillainShoes, LowerDeckEpisode, and SomethingCompletelyDifferent.
29th Dec '16 10:17:54 AM Mhazard
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* In ''VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX'', you can play an alternative PerspectiveFlip as Vile after defeating the game as X.
8th Dec '16 12:14:26 AM Vir
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** Finally, the ''[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS27E5TreehouseOfHorrorXXVI Treehouse of Horror XXVI]]'' episode "Wanted: Dead, then Alive" has Bob having the entire segment to himself once he has finally killed Bart; but then he quickly finds out that [[VictoryIsBoring life is meaningless without Bart around]], and that the only joy he had in his life was killing his ArchEnemy, so he creates a Reanimator machine and brings the boy BackFromTheDead only to use him as a cosmic punching bag over and over again in a DeathMontage. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Bart pulls through with help from his family (and Santa's Little Helper) and defeats Bob once again by [[OffWithHisHead having Homer cut off Bob's head]] and mixing his head with other animal parts before reanimating him as a [[MixAndMatchCritters Mix-and-Match Critter]].]]

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** Finally, the ''[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS27E5TreehouseOfHorrorXXVI The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS27E5TreehouseOfHorrorXXVI Treehouse of Horror XXVI]]'' episode XXVI]]" segment "Wanted: Dead, then Alive" has Bob having the entire segment to himself once he has finally killed Bart; but then he quickly finds out that [[VictoryIsBoring life is meaningless without Bart around]], and that the only joy he had in his life was killing his ArchEnemy, so he creates a Reanimator machine and brings the boy BackFromTheDead only to use him as a cosmic punching bag over and over again in a DeathMontage. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Bart pulls through with help from his family (and Santa's Little Helper) and defeats Bob once again by [[OffWithHisHead having Homer cut off Bob's head]] and mixing his head with other animal parts before reanimating him as a [[MixAndMatchCritters Mix-and-Match Critter]].]]
8th Dec '16 12:12:02 AM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' has ''many'' episodes focusing on [[CardCarryingVillain Lord Hater]] and [[BeleagueredAssistant Commander Peepers]]: "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E8TheBallTheBounty The Bounty]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E15TheFancyParty The Fancy Party]]", "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E13TheLonelyPlanetTheBrainstorm The Brainstorm]]", "[[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/WanderOverYonderS1E15TheFancyParty The Fancy Party]]", "[[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.
1st Dec '16 12:02:34 PM Morgenthaler
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* Zenigata (who is a HeroAntagonist) in ''Franchise/LupinIII'' has a television special (''Anime/LupinIIICrisisInTokyo''), focusing more on his daily activities as the inspector in the Tokyo Metropolitan, and his successful efforts in arresting a criminal far worse than Lupin. This is also one of the few television specials where he is not as ButtMonkey-ish, but more focus is given on his BadAss aspects.

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* Zenigata (who is a HeroAntagonist) in ''Franchise/LupinIII'' has a television special (''Anime/LupinIIICrisisInTokyo''), focusing more on his daily activities as the inspector in the Tokyo Metropolitan, and his successful efforts in arresting a criminal far worse than Lupin. This is also one of the few television specials where he is not as ButtMonkey-ish, but more focus is given on his BadAss badass aspects.
29th Jul '16 2:33:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''Visser,'' of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series, is told from the perspective of [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy Visser One]] as she's put on trial [[EvilVersusEvil by Visser Three]] and their bosses, [[GreaterScopeVillain the Council of Thirteen]]. It provides back story about how she began the invasion of Earth and reveals some startling details about her motives.

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* ''Visser,'' of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series, is told from the perspective of [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy Visser One]] One as she's put on trial [[EvilVersusEvil by Visser Three]] and their bosses, [[GreaterScopeVillain the Council of Thirteen]]. It provides back story about how she began the invasion of Earth and reveals some startling details about her motives.
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