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7th Feb '16 11:07:30 AM MaxWest2
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* One of the [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Italian Donald Duck stories]] has Donald and his nephews searching for escaped animals in a polar setting. Donald finds a kangaroo and learns it's a mother when her [[BrattyHalfPint baby joey]] hits Donald with two snowballs. An angry Donald then slaps the baby, only to get pounded hard by the angry mother kangaroo.
23rd Jan '16 12:35:12 PM nombretomado
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* Played straight with Ororo Munroe aka {{Storm}} in the '90s ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' animated series, when her god-child (the son of Storm's best friend in Africa, whom she has known from birth) who's also a mutant (more exactly, a FragileSpeedster a la Quicksilver) is kidnapped and possessed by her arch-nemesis, the Shadow King. Used a bit in ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'', too, where she was Evan/Spyke's Auntie Bear of sorts an the TeamMom of the group.
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* Played straight with Ororo Munroe aka {{Storm}} ComicBook/{{Storm}} in the '90s ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' animated series, when her god-child (the son of Storm's best friend in Africa, whom she has known from birth) who's also a mutant (more exactly, a FragileSpeedster a la Quicksilver) is kidnapped and possessed by her arch-nemesis, the Shadow King. Used a bit in ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'', too, where she was Evan/Spyke's Auntie Bear of sorts an the TeamMom of the group.
28th Nov '15 4:05:37 PM nombretomado
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** During the events of ''SecretInvasion'', she gives Dani to Jarvis for safekeeping while she helps [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire her husband]] fight the bad guys. When she discovers that Jarvis was actually a skrull who has kidnapped her daughter, she goes on a rampage trying to find her.
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** During the events of ''SecretInvasion'', ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'', she gives Dani to Jarvis for safekeeping while she helps [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire her husband]] fight the bad guys. When she discovers that Jarvis was actually a skrull who has kidnapped her daughter, she goes on a rampage trying to find her.
27th Nov '15 6:08:28 PM nombretomado
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* ScarletWitch [[ComicBook/HouseOfM remade the world]] to save her sons. She also kicks ass in Children's Crusade with said kids. ** In [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]], [[ScarletWitch Wanda]] was all set to sit back and let the X-Men do whatever they wanted to her. Then Emma Frost [[TooDumbToLive tried to]] [[BerserkButton mind control Wanda's kids]] [[NiceJobBreakingItHero into going with the X-Men]].
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* ScarletWitch ComicBook/ScarletWitch [[ComicBook/HouseOfM remade the world]] to save her sons. She also kicks ass in Children's Crusade with said kids. ** In [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]], [[ScarletWitch [[ComicBook/ScarletWitch Wanda]] was all set to sit back and let the X-Men do whatever they wanted to her. Then Emma Frost [[TooDumbToLive tried to]] [[BerserkButton mind control Wanda's kids]] [[NiceJobBreakingItHero into going with the X-Men]].
15th Nov '15 2:50:00 PM StFan
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** The reason she gave {{X-23}} such a hard time when she first arrived at the Institute was because she thought X-23 was a danger to the other students. Since X-23 is a TykeBomb with a body count to her name and goes berserk when exposed to a certain chemical trigger that the Weapon Plus program still has (which is so indoctrinated into her brain that Emma can't undo the conditioning), Emma isn't exactly wrong. She definitely [[KickTheDog Kicked The Puppy]] when she [[spoiler: tormented X-23 with visions of the mother figure X-23 killed under the influence of the trigger scent]] to show X-23 that she didn't belong at the Institute...but later she does come around though, as she eventually sees that X-23 is just another student who needs her protection. In fact, she finds Kimura (X-23's abusive former 'handler') and [[spoiler: erases her only happy memories before sending Kimura to kill everyone at the Facility, starting with the poor SOB who kidnapped her pupil Mercury]]. Don't frak with Frost.
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** The reason she gave {{X-23}} ComicBook/{{X 23}} such a hard time when she first arrived at the Institute was because she thought X-23 was a danger to the other students. Since X-23 is a TykeBomb with a body count to her name and goes berserk when exposed to a certain chemical trigger that the Weapon Plus program still has (which is so indoctrinated into her brain that Emma can't undo the conditioning), Emma isn't exactly wrong. She definitely [[KickTheDog Kicked The Puppy]] when she [[spoiler: tormented X-23 with visions of the mother figure X-23 killed under the influence of the trigger scent]] to show X-23 that she didn't belong at the Institute...but later she does come around though, as she eventually sees that X-23 is just another student who needs her protection. In fact, she finds Kimura (X-23's abusive former 'handler') and [[spoiler: erases her only happy memories before sending Kimura to kill everyone at the Facility, starting with the poor SOB who kidnapped her pupil Mercury]]. Don't frak with Frost.
9th Nov '15 3:49:59 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Subverted in the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' comic books. ComicBook/JeanGrey is -- in most continuities -- the mother of Rachel Summers. Very rarely does Jean ever lift a finger to protect Rachel. This is probably because Rachel is a psi of talent close to or ''exceeding'' her mother's own. Baby can take care of herself and Mama knows it too well. Plus, Mama's [[FirstLawofResurrection dead a lot.]]
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* Subverted in the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' comic books. ComicBook/JeanGrey Zigzags the Trope: ** Subverted in the comic books with her own daughter. Jean is -- in most continuities -- the mother of Rachel Summers. Very rarely does Jean ever lift a finger to protect Rachel. This is probably because Rachel is a psi of talent close to or ''exceeding'' her mother's own. Baby can take care of herself and Mama knows it too well. Plus, Mama's [[FirstLawofResurrection dead a lot.]]

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* Subverted in the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' comic books. ComicBook/JeanGrey is -- in most continuities -- the mother of Rachel Summers. Very rarely does Jean ever lift a finger to protect Rachel. This is probably because Rachel is a psi of talent close to or ''exceeding'' her mother's own. Baby can take care of Comicbook/{{Jubilee}} herself [[https://38.media.tumblr.com/da11de5251e0461ad8e8ec408561c672/tumblr_nbtb2mZcCT1r2qd6xo2_1280.jpg shows it here]] when her adoptive son Shogo is threatened; while she can control her vampiric bloodlust most of the time, this proves nearly an exception, and Mama knows it too well. Plus, Mama's [[FirstLawofResurrection dead a lot.]]((Wolvering}}, of all people, has to reason with her.
7th Nov '15 1:37:36 AM Doug86
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** This trope first comes into play when the [[NormanOsborn Green Goblin]] attacks her while she's pregnant. She freaks out, thinking he's killed her unborn baby, grabs his gilder from beneath him while he's in the air and then wallops him with it. Spider-Man's reaction is "Whoa."
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** This trope first comes into play when the [[NormanOsborn [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn Green Goblin]] attacks her while she's pregnant. She freaks out, thinking he's killed her unborn baby, grabs his gilder from beneath him while he's in the air and then wallops him with it. Spider-Man's reaction is "Whoa."
13th Oct '15 5:20:34 PM comicwriter
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** The reason she gave X-23 such a hard time when she first arrived at the Institute was because she thought X-23 was a danger to the other students. Since X-23 is a TykeBomb with a body count to her name and goes berserk when exposed to a certain chemical trigger that the Weapon Plus program still has (which is so indoctrinated into her brain that Emma can't undo the conditioning), Emma isn't exactly wrong. She definitely [[KickTheDog Kicked The Puppy]] when she [[spoiler: tormented X-23 with visions of the mother figure X-23 killed under the influence of the trigger scent]] to show X-23 that she didn't belong at the Institute...but later she does come around though, as she eventually sees that X-23 is just another student who needs her protection. In fact, she finds Kimura (X-23's abusive former 'handler') and [[spoiler: erases her only happy memories before sending Kimura to kill everyone at the Facility, starting with the poor SOB who kidnapped her pupil Mercury]]. Don't frak with Frost.
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** The reason she gave X-23 {{X-23}} such a hard time when she first arrived at the Institute was because she thought X-23 was a danger to the other students. Since X-23 is a TykeBomb with a body count to her name and goes berserk when exposed to a certain chemical trigger that the Weapon Plus program still has (which is so indoctrinated into her brain that Emma can't undo the conditioning), Emma isn't exactly wrong. She definitely [[KickTheDog Kicked The Puppy]] when she [[spoiler: tormented X-23 with visions of the mother figure X-23 killed under the influence of the trigger scent]] to show X-23 that she didn't belong at the Institute...but later she does come around though, as she eventually sees that X-23 is just another student who needs her protection. In fact, she finds Kimura (X-23's abusive former 'handler') and [[spoiler: erases her only happy memories before sending Kimura to kill everyone at the Facility, starting with the poor SOB who kidnapped her pupil Mercury]]. Don't frak with Frost.

** This trope first comes into play when the Green Goblin attacks her while she's pregnant. She freaks out, thinking he's killed her unborn baby, grabs his gilder from beneath him while he's in the air and then wallops him with it. Spider-Man's reaction is "Whoa."
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** This trope first comes into play when the [[NormanOsborn Green Goblin Goblin]] attacks her while she's pregnant. She freaks out, thinking he's killed her unborn baby, grabs his gilder from beneath him while he's in the air and then wallops him with it. Spider-Man's reaction is "Whoa."

** During the events of SecretInvasion, she gives Dani to Jarvis for safekeeping while she helps [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire her husband]] fight the bad guys. When she discovers that Jarvis was actually a skrull who has kidnapped her daughter, she goes on a rampage trying to find her. ** In ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'', when ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan confronts Jessica and Luke while they're with Dani, they arrange for a babysitter to pick her, then start whaling on him for putting her daughter in harm's way. Despite Peter explaining the whole deal with Dr. Octopus [[FreakyFridayFlip taking over his body]], Jessica and Luke Cage have not forgiven him for it. Yet.
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** During the events of SecretInvasion, ''SecretInvasion'', she gives Dani to Jarvis for safekeeping while she helps [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire her husband]] fight the bad guys. When she discovers that Jarvis was actually a skrull who has kidnapped her daughter, she goes on a rampage trying to find her. ** In ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'', when ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan confronts Jessica and Luke while they're with Dani, they arrange for a babysitter to pick her, then start whaling on him for putting her daughter in harm's way. Despite Peter explaining the whole deal with Dr. Octopus DoctorOctopus [[FreakyFridayFlip taking over his body]], it took a while for Jessica and Luke Cage have not forgiven him for it. Yet.to forgive him.
13th Oct '15 5:13:09 PM comicwriter
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** But then played straight when Jubilee starts having nightmares about Sabertooth, who is being held on the grounds at the time. Jean confronts the captive Sabertooth, walks in to his cell, and proceeds to ''break every bone in his body without lifting a finger.'' Don't threaten Jean's family. Just don't.
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** But then played straight when Jubilee Comicbook/{{Jubilee}} starts having nightmares about Sabertooth, who is being held on the grounds at the time. Jean confronts the captive Sabertooth, walks in to his cell, and proceeds to ''break every bone in his body without lifting a finger.'' Don't threaten Jean's family. Just don't.

** And she shot her own sister in ''ComicBook/GenerationX'' after said sister's actions resulted in the death of one of her students.
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** And she shot her own sister in ''ComicBook/GenerationX'' after said sister's actions resulted in the death of Everett, one of her students.

** Her first class of pupils (but one) was murdered (the Hellions), and then Everett and Angelo from her second class (Generation X), then the entire third class (in Genosha)...and lately she lost a big chunk of her fourth class (45 students at Xavier's school where she was the headmistress), mostly because of the [[PutOnABus School Bus]] [[KilledOffForReal of death]].
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** Her first class of pupils (but one) was were murdered (the Hellions), and then Everett and Angelo from her second class (Generation X), then the entire third class (in Genosha)...and lately she lost a big chunk of her fourth class (45 students at Xavier's school where she was the headmistress), mostly because of the [[PutOnABus School Bus]] [[KilledOffForReal of death]].death]]. ** She once delivered the psychic equivalent of a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown to MsMarvel after the Avenger tried to use the deaths of Emma's students as leverage to get the X-Men to join Comicbook/IronMan's team during ''Comicbook/CivilWar''.
8th Oct '15 7:06:02 PM nombretomado
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** It comes into play again in YoungAvengers when Kang threatens her. She attacks him and steals his weapon, telling him to never threaten a pregnant woman. Later, when the changes to the timeline temporarily erases her pregnancy, she attacks him again, demanding to know what he did with her baby. ** During the events of SecretInvasion, she gives Dani to Jarvis for safekeeping while she helps [[LukeCage her husband]] fight the bad guys. When she discovers that Jarvis was actually a skrull who has kidnapped her daughter, she goes on a rampage trying to find her.
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** It comes into play again in YoungAvengers ComicBook/YoungAvengers when Kang threatens her. She attacks him and steals his weapon, telling him to never threaten a pregnant woman. Later, when the changes to the timeline temporarily erases her pregnancy, she attacks him again, demanding to know what he did with her baby. ** During the events of SecretInvasion, she gives Dani to Jarvis for safekeeping while she helps [[LukeCage [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire her husband]] fight the bad guys. When she discovers that Jarvis was actually a skrull who has kidnapped her daughter, she goes on a rampage trying to find her.
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