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29th Nov '17 12:02:27 PM Dimensio
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* An episode of ''Series/RedDwarf'' had the crew come across a deep-space research facility with clones of evil people from throughout history in an attempt to find a cure for psychopathy. Hitler was of course amongst them, as was Vlad the Impaler, Ghengis Kahn and [[TakeThat Rupert Murdoch]] (who according to a report was not responding to treatment). [[spoiler: Ultimately subverted, however, as the "clones" turn out to be androids made up to look like those historical figures -- with a LampshadeHanging on how "Hitler" looks nothing like Hitler.]]
2nd Nov '17 2:00:22 PM WillBGood
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* ''TabletopGames/GURPS'': The eternal Reich on Reich-5 doesn't clone Hitler, exactly, but they constantly search the alternate histories for the true Hitler, who will be a superior specimen. It comes out to the same thing.

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* ''TabletopGames/GURPS'': ''TabletopGames/{{GURPS}}'': The eternal Reich on Reich-5 doesn't clone Hitler, exactly, but they constantly search the alternate histories for the true Hitler, who will be a superior specimen. It comes out to the same thing.
29th Aug '17 2:56:18 AM FF32
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* In [[ComicBook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen Nemo: River of Ghosts]] features a Nazi base in the Amazon with several school-age clones of [[Film/TheGreatDictator Adenoid Hynkel]], as well as a few clones of Janni's old enemy [[Literature/{{She}} Queen Ayesha]]. While Janni is prepared to wipe out the entire area, her grandson Jack decides that the clones are innocent of the things their originals did and tries to save the youngest Ayesha clone. [[spoiler:Regardless, the clones turn out to hold the same ideologies as the originals.]]
6th Aug '17 5:44:43 PM Mabus101
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* ''TabletopGames/GURPS'': The eternal Reich on Reich-5 doesn't clone Hitler, exactly, but they constantly search the alternate histories for the true Hitler, who will be a superior specimen. It comes out to the same thing.
23rd Jul '17 4:00:15 PM nombretomado
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* The DC Comics fanfiction ''WithThisRing'' introduces this trope in the storyarc ''Triumph Of the Will'' when the Justice League are tracking nazi supervillains Wolf Krieger and Captain Nazi. Orange Lantern comes across a man named Helmut Schrieber, a brazilian citizen who turns out to be the only survivor of a post-WW2 project to clone Hitler. However, the project had fallen apart and Schrieber had simply been raised in a normal orphanage completely unaware that he was in any way out of the ordinary, and would go on to become a successfull architect and marry a black woman with whom he has three children. Krieger eventually hunts him down, planning to pull the remains of Hitlers soul out of Hell and put it into Schriebers body, but is stopped by Lantern and Rocket. [[ClonesArePeopleToo Schrieber is potrayed as just a normal man with nothing in common with the original aside from genetics.]]

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* The DC Comics fanfiction ''WithThisRing'' introduces this trope in the storyarc ''Triumph Of the Will'' when the Justice League are tracking nazi supervillains Wolf Krieger and Captain Nazi. Orange Lantern comes across a man named Helmut Schrieber, a brazilian citizen who turns out to be the only survivor of a post-WW2 post-[=WW2=] project to clone Hitler. However, the project had fallen apart and Schrieber had simply been raised in a normal orphanage completely unaware that he was in any way out of the ordinary, and would go on to become a successfull architect and marry a black woman with whom he has three children. Krieger eventually hunts him down, planning to pull the remains of Hitlers soul out of Hell and put it into Schriebers body, but is stopped by Lantern and Rocket. [[ClonesArePeopleToo Schrieber is potrayed as just a normal man with nothing in common with the original aside from genetics.]]
25th Jun '17 4:33:56 PM thatother1dude
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** However, in the season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Krieger]] lampshades how he doesnt actually look all that much like Hitler, no matter how much the show jokes about it.
--> '''[[spoiler: Krieger]]''': And by the way, if I was a clone of Adolf Hitler, WOULDNT I ''LOOK'' LIKE ADOLF-GODDAMN-HITLER?!!

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** However, in the season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Krieger]] lampshades how he doesnt doesn't actually look all that much like Hitler, no matter how much the show jokes about it.
--> '''[[spoiler: Krieger]]''': And by the way, if I was a clone of Adolf Hitler, WOULDNT WOULDN'T I ''LOOK'' LIKE ADOLF-GODDAMN-HITLER?!!
7th Apr '17 12:26:11 PM Adeon
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'', an old Nazi asks Dr Universe to make him a clone of Hitler [[{{Ghostapo}} in order to take advantage of the planet alignment to come to summon Hitler's soul back]]. [[http://krakowstudios.com/spinnerette/ Doctor Universe points out that the clone will]] [[RealityEnsues be a baby after all]], but they are willing to wait for the maturation.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'', an old Nazi asks Dr Universe to make him a clone of Hitler [[{{Ghostapo}} in order to take advantage of the planet alignment to come to summon Hitler's soul back]]. [[http://krakowstudios.com/spinnerette/ [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/04-25-2012 Doctor Universe points out that the clone will]] [[RealityEnsues be a baby after all]], but they are willing to wait for the maturation.
9th Sep '16 8:03:26 PM PantaroP
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The DC Comics fanfiction ''WithThisRing'' introduces this trope in the storyarc ''Triumph Of the Will'' when the Justice League are tracking nazi supervillains Wolf Krieger and Captain Nazi. Orange Lantern comes across a man named Helmut Schrieber, a brazilian citizen who turns out to be the only survivor of a post-WW2 project to clone Hitler. However, the project had fallen apart and Schrieber had simply been raised in a normal orphanage completely unaware that he was in any way out of the ordinary, and would go on to become a successfull architect and marry a black woman with whom he has three children. Krieger eventually hunts him down, planning to pull the remains of Hitlers soul out of Hell and put it into Schriebers body, but is stopped by Lantern and Rocket. [[ClonesArePeopleToo Schrieber is potrayed as just a normal man with nothing in common with the original aside from genetics.]]

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* The DC Comics fanfiction ''WithThisRing'' introduces this trope in the storyarc ''Triumph Of the Will'' when the Justice League are tracking nazi supervillains Wolf Krieger and Captain Nazi. Orange Lantern comes across a man named Helmut Schrieber, a brazilian citizen who turns out to be the only survivor of a post-WW2 project to clone Hitler. However, the project had fallen apart and Schrieber had simply been raised in a normal orphanage completely unaware that he was in any way out of the ordinary, and would go on to become a successfull architect and marry a black woman with whom he has three children. Krieger eventually hunts him down, planning to pull the remains of Hitlers soul out of Hell and put it into Schriebers body, but is stopped by Lantern and Rocket. [[ClonesArePeopleToo Schrieber is potrayed as just a normal man with nothing in common with the original aside from genetics.]]


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* Half-example from ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' with Abradolf Lincler, Rick's attempt to make a morally neutral superleader by combining Hitler's DNA with that of Abraham Lincoln. The result is a very conflicted individual.
25th Aug '16 3:48:20 PM SilentStranger
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The DC Comics fanfiction ''WithThisRing'' introduces this trope in the storyarc ''Triumph Of the Will'' when the Justice League are tracking nazi supervillains Wolf Krieger and Captain Nazi. Orange Lantern comes across a man named Helmut Schrieber, a brazilian citizen who turns out to be the only survivor of a post-WW2 project to clone Hitler. However, the project had fallen apart and Schrieber had simply been raised in a normal orphanage completely unaware that he was in any way out of the ordinary, and would go on to become a successfull architect and marry a black woman with whom he has three children. Krieger eventually hunts him down, planning to pull the remains of Hitlers soul out of Hell and put it into Schriebers body, but is stopped by Lantern and Rocket. [[ClonesArePeopleToo Schrieber is potrayed as just a normal man with nothing in common with the original aside from genetics.]]

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6th May '16 4:28:38 AM WillBGood
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* In an issue of ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders Outsiders]]'', the clone [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone shoots himself out of horror]] after being shown films of the "accomplishments" of his predecessor. Turns out clones aren't really the same person the original was. [[SarcasmMode How surprising.]]

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* In an issue of ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders Outsiders]]'', the clone [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone shoots himself out of horror]] after being shown films of the "accomplishments" of his predecessor. Turns out clones aren't really the same person the original was. [[SarcasmMode How surprising.]]
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