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31st Jan '16 1:58:11 PM GrammarNavi
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'': Nero, who still has a very childish way of looking at the world. For instance: he is the only adult who still writes a letter to {{Sinterklaas}}.
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'': Nero, who still has a very childish way of looking at the world. For instance: he is the only adult who still writes a letter to {{Sinterklaas}}.UsefulNotes/{{Sinterklaas}}.
10th Oct '15 12:17:11 PM nombretomado
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* Similarly, Rage of Marvel's ''NewWarriors'' was an immature young teen when he got his powers -- which mutated him into the form of a very large and muscular ScaryBlackMan.
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* Similarly, Rage of Marvel's ''NewWarriors'' ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'' was an immature young teen when he got his powers -- which mutated him into the form of a very large and muscular ScaryBlackMan.
8th Jun '15 9:56:25 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ComicStrip/BrewsterRockit|SpaceGuy, from ''Brewster Rockit: Space Guy!'', is shown to be a manchild, even having book tapes on coloring books, and being exceedingly stupid. It is implied that he originally had average human intelligence, but his intelligence and maturity decreased substantially due to the government overdosing him on memory wipes.
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* ComicStrip/BrewsterRockit|SpaceGuy, [[ComicStrip/BrewsterRockitSpaceGuy BrewsterRockit]], from ''Brewster Rockit: Space Guy!'', is shown to be a manchild, even having book tapes on coloring books, and being exceedingly stupid. It is implied that he originally had average human intelligence, but his intelligence and maturity decreased substantially due to the government overdosing him on memory wipes.
8th Jun '15 9:55:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BrewsterRockit, from ''Brewster Rockit: Space Guy!'', is shown to be a manchild, even having book tapes on coloring books, and being exceedingly stupid. It is implied that he originally had average human intelligence, but his intelligence and maturity decreased substantially due to the government overdosing him on memory wipes.
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* BrewsterRockit, ComicStrip/BrewsterRockit|SpaceGuy, from ''Brewster Rockit: Space Guy!'', is shown to be a manchild, even having book tapes on coloring books, and being exceedingly stupid. It is implied that he originally had average human intelligence, but his intelligence and maturity decreased substantially due to the government overdosing him on memory wipes.
5th Jun '15 2:29:14 PM Patachou
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* SuskeEnWiske: Van Zwollem, a mad middle aged man who enjoys playing outside like an infant.
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* SuskeEnWiske: ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske: Van Zwollem, a mad middle aged man who enjoys playing outside like an infant.
26th Feb '15 5:33:11 PM WillBGood
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* {{Nemi}}
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* [[ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis Superman-Prime]]. It's just Superboy-Prime but with an adult's body.
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* [[ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis Superman-Prime]]. It's Superman-Prime]], who's just Superboy-Prime but with an adult's body.
27th Jun '14 8:55:54 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''{{Nero}}'': Nero, who still has a very childish way of looking at the world. For instance: he is the only adult who still writes a letter to {{Sinterklaas}}.
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* ''{{Nero}}'': ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'': Nero, who still has a very childish way of looking at the world. For instance: he is the only adult who still writes a letter to {{Sinterklaas}}.
21st Apr '14 10:38:42 AM LongLiveHumour
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* {{Asterix}}'s sidekick, Obelix.
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* {{Asterix}}'s sidekick, Obelix.ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'s best friend, Obelix, has a very innocent attitude to life despite his superhuman strength. He sulks when there's no wild boar (in ''Recap/AsterixInSpain'' he copies little Pepe and holds his breath until they get some); he can't think in the long term (eats the whole boatload of food on the first day at sea); and he only ever drinks goat milk.
10th Feb '14 7:39:22 AM FirebirdMaximus
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* Superman-Prime. It's just Superboy-Prime but with an adult's body.
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* Superman-Prime.[[ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis Superman-Prime]]. It's just Superboy-Prime but with an adult's body.
9th Feb '14 11:27:56 AM FirebirdMaximus
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* {{Nemi}}
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* {{Nemi}}Quite a few interpretations of Franchise/{{Batman}}. Which actually makes a lot of sense. He was clearly inspired by Zorro ([[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries or maybe the Gray Ghost]]) to become a super hero after his parents' death (and followed through with that childhood plan into adult hood!), keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys cool toys and souvenirs]] around his mansion, is still taken care of by the same butler he's had since childhood and seems to get along very well with people much younger than him like Batgirl and Robin. ** In keeping with the EvilCounterpart theme of his RoguesGallery, most of Batman's villains are the [[PsychopathicManchild psychopathic]] variant of this trope.

* {{Nemi}}In ''Comicbook/EmpireState'', Jimmy admits that he really doesn't feel grown-up, even though he's 25. But when his friend Sara calls him out for not having a checking account, and still receiving an allowance from his mother, he insists that "it's an Asian thing".

* In ''Comicbook/EmpireState'', Jimmy admits that he really doesn't feel grown-up, even though he's 25. But when his friend Sara calls him out for not having a checking account, and still receiving an allowance from his mother, he insists that "it's an Asian thing".
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* In ''Comicbook/EmpireState'', Jimmy admits that {{Nemi}} * ''{{Nero}}'': Nero, who still has a very childish way of looking at the world. For instance: he really is the only adult who still writes a letter to {{Sinterklaas}}. ** Abraham Tuizentfloot in the same series is also a good example. An adult who dresses like a pirate and has very infantile fixations. Of course, it doesn't feel grown-up, even though help that he's 25. But also completely mad. * Similarly, Rage of Marvel's ''NewWarriors'' was an immature young teen when he got his friend Sara calls powers -- which mutated him out for not having into the form of a checking account, very large and still receiving an allowance from his mother, he insists that "it's an Asian thing".muscular ScaryBlackMan.

* Similarly, Rage of Marvel's ''NewWarriors'' was an immature young teen when he got his powers -- which mutated him into the form of a very large and muscular ScaryBlackMan. * Quite a few interpretations of Franchise/{{Batman}}. Which actually makes a lot of sense. He was clearly inspired by Zorro ([[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries or maybe the Gray Ghost]]) to become a super hero after his parents' death (and followed through with that childhood plan into adult hood!), keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys cool toys and souvenirs]] around his mansion, is still taken care of by the same butler he's had since childhood and seems to get along very well with people much younger than him like Batgirl and Robin. ** In keeping with the EvilCounterpart theme of his RoguesGallery, most of Batman's villains are the [[PsychopathicManchild psychopathic]] variant of this trope.

* ''{{Nero}}'': Nero, who still has a very childish way of looking at the world. For instance: he is the only adult who still writes a letter to {{Sinterklaas}}. ** Abraham Tuizentfloot in the same series is also a good example. An adult who dresses like a pirate and has very infantile fixations. Of course, it doesn't help that he's also completely mad.
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