History Main / WideEyedidealist

22nd Oct '17 5:47:07 PM NeoplanDan3440
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** ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'': The main titular character is like this, he’s able look on the positive side and find the way of making anything nearly interesting around him despite of some of the things that is quite opposite and based on his naivety, however there’s a point where he seem to take back because due to something that might be far too serious.


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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'': The main titular character is like this, he’s able look on the positive side and find the way of making anything nearly interesting around him despite of some of the things that is quite opposite and based on his naivety, however there’s a point where he seem to take back because due to something that might be far too serious.
22nd Oct '17 5:45:05 PM NeoplanDan3440
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** ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'': The main titular character is like this, he’s able look on the positive side and find the way of making anything nearly interesting around him despite of some of the things that is quite opposite and based on his naivety, however there’s a point where he seem to take back because due to something that might be far too serious.
19th Oct '17 11:06:17 AM lillolillo
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* ''ComicBook/GothamGarageCity'': [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Kara Gordon]] is happy-go-lucky, innocent and optimistic in a post-apocalyptic world where the last city on Earth is ruled by a tyrant and the rest of the planet is a barren wasteland inhabited by bandits and scavengers. Big Barda thinks she'll have to break her cheerful idealism before it kills Kara... until they discover the "super-strong and invulnerable" thing.

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* ''ComicBook/GothamGarageCity'': ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'': [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Kara Gordon]] is happy-go-lucky, innocent and optimistic in a post-apocalyptic world where the last city on Earth is ruled by a tyrant and the rest of the planet is a barren wasteland inhabited by bandits and scavengers. Big Barda thinks she'll have to break her cheerful idealism before it kills Kara... until they discover the "super-strong and invulnerable" thing.
19th Oct '17 11:05:47 AM lillolillo
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* ''ComicBook/GothamGarageCity'': [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Kara Gordon]] is happy-go-lucky, innocent and optimistic in a post-apocalyptic world where the last city on Earth is ruled by a tyrant and the rest of the planet is a barren wasteland inhabited by bandits and scavengers. Big Barda thinks she'll have to break her cheerful idealism before it kills Kara... until they discover the "super-strong and invulnerable" thing.
13th Oct '17 11:01:27 AM Chabal2
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** Also the Chaos God Nurgle, in a [[BlueAndOrangeMorality very weird way]].

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** Also the Chaos God Nurgle, in a [[BlueAndOrangeMorality very weird way]].way]], despite being the embodiment of despair (and possibly ''love''). Nurgle is a FriendToAllLivingThings... it's just that bacteria, rats and other vermin are so much more numerous.
** His opposite number, Tzeentch subverts this pretty hard (despite being the embodiment of ''hope'', of all emotions). He represents the desire for things to change, and as such is the patron god of mutants, sorcerers, and traitors.
3rd Oct '17 1:11:09 AM Divra
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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisherMAX'' had a rare villainous example in Mickey Cooley, a young Irish-American who fervently, almost pathetically, believes that the PIRA are noble freedom fighters striking against legitimate targets which are part of the British oppression of Northern Ireland and should be supported as much as possible. Given that this series was written by Creator/GarthEnnis, whose [[BerserkButton frothing-at-the-mouth hatred]] of the PIRA and their American supporters is well-known, and the protagonist is The Punisher... yeah, it doesn't end well.



* [[ComicBook/PunisherMAX]] had a rare villainous example in Mickey Cooley, a young Irish-American who fervently, almost pathetically, believes that the PIRA are noble freedom fighters striking against legitimate targets of British oppression and should be supported as much as possible. Given that this series was written by Creator/GarthEnnis, whose frothing-at-the-mouth hatred of the PIRA and their American supporters is well-known, and the protagonist is The Punisher... yeah, it doesn't end well.
3rd Oct '17 1:08:31 AM Divra
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* [[ComicBook/PunisherMAX]] had a rare villainous example in Mickey Cooley, a young Irish-American who fervently, almost pathetically, believes that the PIRA are noble freedom fighters striking against legitimate targets of British oppression and should be supported as much as possible. Given that this series was written by Creator/GarthEnnis, whose frothing-at-the-mouth hatred of the PIRA and their American supporters is well-known, and the protagonist is The Punisher... yeah, it doesn't end well.
8th Sep '17 12:34:27 PM SeptimusHeap
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** Similar to the above, Franchise/{{Spider-Man}}. While he's got a very misplaced reputation for being whiney and angsty (coming from the second two Raimi films playing up his Woobie points and the nineties being, well, [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks the nineties]]), Peter Parker's main reason for being so popular isn't because of his powers, but because he'll always do the right thing, [[ThePollyanna no matter what the]] [[TheDeterminator world throws at him.]]

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** Similar to the above, Franchise/{{Spider-Man}}.Franchise/SpiderMan. While he's got a very misplaced reputation for being whiney and angsty (coming from the second two Raimi films playing up his Woobie points and the nineties being, well, [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks the nineties]]), Peter Parker's main reason for being so popular isn't because of his powers, but because he'll always do the right thing, [[ThePollyanna no matter what the]] [[TheDeterminator world throws at him.]]
7th Sep '17 5:08:36 AM isoycrazy
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* ''Film/{{Descendants}}'' Prince Ben pretty much hinged on the universe rewarding nobility and courage. His first scene in the movie is him telling his parents Belle and the Beast, he wants to give four children of villains a chance to become better people and invite them into the kingdom despite their parents being some of the most feared and hated villains in their history[[note]]Mal is the daughter of Maleficent, Evie is the daughter of the Evil Queen of ''Snow White'', Carlos de Vil is son of Cruella de Vil, and Jay is the son of Jafar[[/note]]. Of special note is when he spent time with Mal, which revolved around the idea that Mal is a lost being who just needs good influences in her life, as opposed to the evil spawn of villains she and her friends are painted as. Of course, everyone heavily doubts his move to give the villain kids a chance, but Ben doesn't let that stop him.
29th Aug '17 10:02:23 PM mela
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* Three of the four kids who makes of the Wyre Cats team in ''Webcomic/WeAreTheWyrecats'' neatly fall into this category in the flashbacks, but life has [[BreakTheCutie not been kind to them]].
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