History MindRape / ComicBooks

13th Nov '17 12:08:26 PM lillolillo
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** In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl1982 Supergirl Vol. 2]] a psychic mutant assaults Supergirl telepathically. Kara beats his attack when she stops resisting it and instead channels her energy into blow him away with her SuperBreath.
--->'''Barry:''' This is merely the prelude -- to this... the seizing of your mind!\\
'''Supergirl:''' My head... suddenly feels so hot... throbbing...!\\
'''Barry:''' That is me, Supergirl. Your mind may differ from normal humans, but it is still vulnerable to attack from within -- an attack most painful!\\
'''Supergirl:''' Gnngh! N-no! Get... out of... my head...!\\
'''Barry:''' Do not be ridiculous, child! You are mine now! It ill serves me to relinquish my control... before you are dead!\\
'''Supergirl:''' S-stop... it...\\
'''Barry:''' I think not. Please... Do not resist. It only makes the process that much more painful -- and prolongs the agony!
22nd Oct '17 4:48:27 AM Ymirsdaughter
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* In All-New X-men, when Teen Jean gets her psychic powers, she hijacks [[spoiler:Angel]]'s brain twice in a day to make him go along with what ''she'' wants, which is very specifically to stay in the present-day Mansion.
* In X-men Blue, Emma attempts to psychically transform Teen Cyclops into the (now dead) Adult Cyclops.
22nd Oct '17 2:16:09 AM lillolillo
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* [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter Pre-52 J'onn's]] EvilTwin Ma'ale'fa'ak did this once to his own sister-in-law, J'onn's wife M'yri'ah. To the Green Martians this was the greatest violation of the open trust shared by their race possible. Malefic's punishment was severe indeed: his PsychicPowers were stripped away along with his memories of the event, leaving him to be shunned without knowing exactly why. J'onn himself has been guilty of mentally violating someone more than once, usually for the greater good.
* Franchise/WonderWoman villain Doctor Psycho virtually embodies this trope.
* ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes''. Saturn Queen of the Legion of Super-Villains is a native-born telepath from Titan in the 31st Century, so naturally this is her modus operandi. There are least two distinct versions of her that operate under different motivations:
** The Saturn Queen seen in the current Legion series, which is supposed to be set in the definitive 31st Century of the DC Universe, is a misanthropic sociopath who believes that all human beings are inherently evil and self-serving individuals who simply hide their dark desires from everyone else.
** The Saturn Queen seen in ''Comicbook/SupermanBatman'' and later in ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl]]'', has the credit of murdering the Comicbook/MartianManhunter ''twice'' in her lifetime by shutting his mind down, and has also lobotomized at least one version of the Legion of Super-Heroes in its entirety.

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* [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'':
** ComicBook/LexLuthor took control of Gotham City and put mind-controlling devices in everyone's heads. James Gordon exploited that in order to protect [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]] by rewriting her memories and altering his daughter's [[ComicBook/{{Batgirl}} Barbara]]. The thought that he did to his birth daughter to save his adoptive one keeps him up at night.
** In [[ComicBook/NewGods Apokolips]], mind-rapes are an everyday occurrence.
--->'''Big Barda:''' For showing compassion, Granny would condemn me to a thousand mindyears of all-pain.
* ''ComicBook/MartianManhunter'':
Pre-52 J'onn's]] J'onn's EvilTwin Ma'ale'fa'ak did this once to his own sister-in-law, J'onn's wife M'yri'ah. To the Green Martians this was the greatest violation of the open trust shared by their race possible. Malefic's punishment was severe indeed: his PsychicPowers were stripped away along with his memories of the event, leaving him to be shunned without knowing exactly why. J'onn himself has been guilty of mentally violating someone more than once, usually for the greater good.
* Franchise/WonderWoman villain ''Franchise/WonderWoman villain'' Doctor Psycho virtually embodies this trope.
* ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes''. ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'': Saturn Queen of the Legion of Super-Villains is a native-born telepath from Titan in the 31st Century, so naturally this is her modus operandi. There are least two distinct versions of her that operate under different motivations:
** The Saturn Queen seen in the current post-''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' Legion series, which is supposed to be set in the definitive 31st Century of the DC Universe, is a misanthropic sociopath who believes that all human beings are inherently evil and self-serving individuals who simply hide their dark desires from everyone else.
** The Saturn Queen seen in ''Comicbook/SupermanBatman'' and later in ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl]]'', ''Comicbook/Supergirl2005'', has the credit of murdering the Comicbook/MartianManhunter ''twice'' in her lifetime by shutting his mind down, and has also lobotomized at least one version of the Legion of Super-Heroes in its entirety.
8th Oct '17 7:12:44 PM Oberoniss
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* [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter J'onn's]] EvilTwin Malefic did this once to a fellow Green Martian. This was an unspeakable crime in Green Martian society since they are normally a very open telepathic race. To them this was the greatest violation of the open trust shared by their race possible. Malefic's punishment was severe indeed: his PsychicPowers were stripped away along with his memories of the event (so he couldn't get any sick pleasure from it).

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* [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter Pre-52 J'onn's]] EvilTwin Malefic Ma'ale'fa'ak did this once to a fellow his own sister-in-law, J'onn's wife M'yri'ah. To the Green Martian. This was an unspeakable crime in Green Martian society since they are normally a very open telepathic race. To them Martians this was the greatest violation of the open trust shared by their race possible. Malefic's punishment was severe indeed: his PsychicPowers were stripped away along with his memories of the event (so he couldn't get any sick pleasure from it).event, leaving him to be shunned without knowing exactly why. J'onn himself has been guilty of mentally violating someone more than once, usually for the greater good.
23rd Jul '17 11:59:04 PM bfunc
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** The Helm may work like this on ''everybody''. Depending on the writer the Helm may be a tool, a ''sentient'' tool with some definite opinions on how it should be used, or the real Dr Fate with the guy wearing it just being the body currently being ridden by the helmet. Writers who incline towards the latter interpretation tend to depict the human part of Dr Fate as choosing to sort of mentally "lie back and think of England". Notably, the Golden Age Dr Fate had a period where he wore a half-helm, leaving the lower part of his face bare, specifically to avoid the possessive/controlling nature of the real Helm.
24th Feb '17 7:26:05 AM DarkPhoenix94
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** When ComicBook/JeanGrey catches ComicBook/EmmaFrost and ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} in bed (inside of Cyclops' mind), Emma's cavalier response provokes her to psychically tear Emma to shreds, [[LaserGuidedKarma making her relive her worst memories]].

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** When ComicBook/JeanGrey catches ComicBook/EmmaFrost and ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} in bed (inside of Cyclops' mind), mind) - something that bordered on MindRape itself, since Cyclops had been mind-raped by sharing mind and body with Apocalypse for a good long while, and Emma was supposed to be his therapist, making this horrendously unethical on multiple levels. Emma's cavalier response provokes her to psychically tear Emma to shreds, [[LaserGuidedKarma making her relive her worst memories]].
25th Nov '16 12:29:10 AM Tron80
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* In ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'', [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lantern]] Sheko does this to her victims to judge whether they are innocent or guilty. She tries to violate Supergirl's mind to read her memories, but she's stopped by Supergirl's mother's memory.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'':
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In ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'', [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lantern]] Sheko does this to her victims to judge whether they are innocent or guilty. She tries to violate Supergirl's mind to read her memories, but she's stopped by Supergirl's mother's memory.memory.
** In ''Comicbook/DemonSpawn'' sorcerer Nightflame and her minions do this to Supergirl, stealing her soul, bringing her to a psychic Hell and then trying to drain her life-force and her powers as tearing away a part of her mind from the rest.



** The Saturn Queen seen in ''Superman/Batman'' and later in ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'', has the credit of murdering the Martian Manhunter ''twice'' in her lifetime by shutting his mind down, and has also lobotomized at least one version of the Legion of Super-Heroes in its entirety.

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** The Saturn Queen seen in ''Superman/Batman'' ''Comicbook/SupermanBatman'' and later in ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'', ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl]]'', has the credit of murdering the Martian Manhunter Comicbook/MartianManhunter ''twice'' in her lifetime by shutting his mind down, and has also lobotomized at least one version of the Legion of Super-Heroes in its entirety.
21st Nov '16 10:23:38 AM ACW
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* Franchise/WonderWoman villain Doctor Psycho virtually embodies this trope. (See: details [[Monster/DCComics here]].)

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* Franchise/WonderWoman villain Doctor Psycho virtually embodies this trope. (See: details [[Monster/DCComics here]].)
22nd Oct '16 9:25:02 AM Materioptikon
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* ''ComicBook/VForVendetta'' V drives Lewis Prothero, the former head of the concentration camp that created him, into incurable insanity by throwing his treasured doll into the very ovens where Prothero had burned the bodies of his victims. When V dumps Prothero on the Norsefire government's doorstep afterwards, he is reduced to a catatonic state, and is only capable of muttering "Mama!" over and over again.

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* ''ComicBook/VForVendetta'' V drives Lewis Prothero, the former head of the concentration camp that created him, into incurable insanity by throwing his treasured doll collection into the very ovens where Prothero had burned the bodies of his victims. When V dumps Prothero on the Norsefire government's doorstep afterwards, he is reduced to a catatonic state, and is only capable of muttering "Mama!" over and over again.
22nd Oct '16 9:16:33 AM Materioptikon
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** The mindwiper in question was ''ComicBook/Zatanna''. In that continuum, she had been a trusted friend of Batman's since childhood. Double whammy on the mind screw.

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** The mindwiper in question was ''ComicBook/Zatanna''.''ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}''. In that continuum, she had been a trusted friend of Batman's since childhood. Double whammy on the mind screw.
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