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28th Jul '16 11:13:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'': Chief Judge Thomas Silver has this reaction when he realizes that the corrupted Judge Kraken, whom he personally approved against Dredd's judgment, is going to release the Dark Judges and start Necropolis.

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Chief Judge Thomas Silver has this reaction when he realizes that the corrupted Judge Kraken, whom he personally approved against Dredd's judgment, is going to release the Dark Judges and start Necropolis.Necropolis.
** Dredd asks himself "What have I done?" when he holds himself responsible for Yassa Povey being blinded by the Sisters of Death.
23rd Jun '16 8:43:54 AM StFan
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* In the first issue of ''CrystarCrystalWarrior.'' when Moltar has been manipulated into stabbing his brother Crystar and (wrongly) believes he has killed him, he cries "WHAT HAVE I DONE?" A few scenes later, when his actions lead to him and his followers being turned into monsters (as they will remain for the rest of the series), he has a single BeatPanel of blank horror as it all sinks in... and then composes himself and [[ThenLetMeBeEvil loudly embraces this fate,]] for the benefit of his followers if nothing else. Moltar remains a rather reluctant BigBad through the whole series' run, deeply unhappy about what his actions have made him.

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* In the first issue of ''CrystarCrystalWarrior.''ComicBook/CrystarCrystalWarrior.'' when Moltar has been manipulated into stabbing his brother Crystar and (wrongly) believes he has killed him, he cries "WHAT HAVE I DONE?" A few scenes later, when his actions lead to him and his followers being turned into monsters (as they will remain for the rest of the series), he has a single BeatPanel of blank horror as it all sinks in... and then composes himself and [[ThenLetMeBeEvil loudly embraces this fate,]] for the benefit of his followers if nothing else. Moltar remains a rather reluctant BigBad through the whole series' run, deeply unhappy about what his actions have made him.
5th May '16 5:16:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/SinCity'': Happens to Mort after his obsession with Ava Lord causes him to shoot his partner Bob in ''A Dame to Kill For''. The realisation leads to him [[AteHisGun eating his gun]].

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Happens to Mort after his obsession with Ava Lord causes him to shoot his partner Bob in ''A Dame to Kill For''. The realisation leads to him [[AteHisGun eating his gun]].gun]].
** In ''Daddy's Little Girl'', a young man shoots his beautiful lover's rich and controlling father at her urging and immediately regrets it. He doesn't get long to ponder when the man gets up and beats him to death, as the gun was a blank.
30th Mar '16 12:19:12 PM rafi
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* During the ''Comicbook/{{Siege}}'' event, Loki realizes that he's been making a massive mistake: He wanted to make Asgard greater than ever, but let his hatred of Thor get in the way of that. [[spoiler: In a last ditch effort to stop the Void, he uses the Norn stones to empower the New Avengers to give them a fighting chance. When this doesn't work, Loki takes the full blunt of the Void, [[RedemptionEqualsDeath dying while tearfully apologizing to Thor]]. Fourtunately, Thor brings him back to life,]] now as a child with no memory of his evil deeds or his previous life beyond the age of twelve, but still has the guilt of what happened, with Thor's encouragement he becomes a kid hero, and performs ''multiple'' [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Crowning Moments Of Awesome]].
5th Feb '16 8:46:36 PM MikeW
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* In ''ComicBook/SouthernBastards,'' blind Big takes the young Euless Boss under his wing, teaching the young kid to become a football player and not let anything stand in his way. Boss soon becomes so obsessed with using football to get ahead that he makes a deal with the local crime lord to kill his own father in exchange for becoming the high school team coach and become the most feared man in town. When the young Boss off-handled mentions how he has to get rid of the crime lord too, a horrified Big whispers the trope verbatim.
2nd Dec '15 7:20:35 AM Anicomicgeek
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* ''Uncanny ComicBook/XMen'' #150 gives {{Magneto}} a moment of this when he nearly kills Kitty Pryde in anger; he realizes he's become just like the Nazis that killed his family, and -- for a span of almost a decade's worth of issues, at least--reconsiders his villainous career.

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* ''Uncanny ComicBook/XMen'' #150 gives {{Magneto}} SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} a moment of this when he nearly kills Kitty Pryde in anger; he realizes he's become just like the Nazis that killed his family, and -- for a span of almost a decade's worth of issues, at least--reconsiders his villainous career.



* In his origin in ''Amazing Fantasy'' #15, {{Spider-Man}} has a classic one - TearsOfRemorse and all - when he recognizes the burglar who murdered his uncle as the criminal he allowed to escape a page earlier.

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* In his origin in ''Amazing Fantasy'' #15, {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan has a classic one - TearsOfRemorse and all - when he recognizes the burglar who murdered his uncle as the criminal he allowed to escape a page earlier.


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* The events of ''ComicBook/JokersLastLaugh'' gets kicked off when a doctor lies to SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker and says he had a tumor in order to give the Joker a taste of his own medicine. To say this backfired is an understatement and the doctor is naturally horrified by how the Joker reacted when ComicBook/BlackCanary visits him.
17th Oct '15 9:56:01 PM nombretomado
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* Early in Franchise/{{Superman}}'s PostCrisis career, he was forced to execute a trio of Kryptonian criminals, breaking his ThouShaltNotKill rule. He's so guilty of doing so that he ends up sleep-crime fighting as Gangbuster and doesn't realize this until an encounter with the Guardian has the hero shred Gangbuster's outfit and reveal the S-Shield underneath. When he does realize this, he's so shaken by it, he decides to exile himself from Earth and stays that way until he finally comes to grips by it.

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* Early in Franchise/{{Superman}}'s PostCrisis ComicBook/PostCrisis career, he was forced to execute a trio of Kryptonian criminals, breaking his ThouShaltNotKill rule. He's so guilty of doing so that he ends up sleep-crime fighting as Gangbuster and doesn't realize this until an encounter with the Guardian has the hero shred Gangbuster's outfit and reveal the S-Shield underneath. When he does realize this, he's so shaken by it, he decides to exile himself from Earth and stays that way until he finally comes to grips by it.
11th Oct '15 1:28:43 PM StFan
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* The ''OldManLogan'' storyline in the {{Wolverine}} comic is set in an alternate Marvel future in which the villains teamed up and successfully annihilated nearly all the superheroes. In a flashback, we see how [[spoiler:the X-Men]] were done in: [[spoiler:Wolverine and Jubilee]] are doing monitor duty when dozens of supervillains break in, intent on killing everybody. [[spoiler:Wolverine meets all of them with deadly force in the inimitable Wolverine style. Just after he offs the last one -- Bullseye -- he turns into a dying Jubilee. Mysterio had set up an illusion, and Wolverine has just murdered all the X-Men, along with the mutant schoolchildren and staff.]]

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* The ''OldManLogan'' ''ComicBook/OldManLogan'' storyline in the {{Wolverine}} ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} comic is set in an alternate Marvel future in which the villains teamed up and successfully annihilated nearly all the superheroes. In a flashback, we see how [[spoiler:the X-Men]] were done in: [[spoiler:Wolverine and Jubilee]] are doing monitor duty when dozens of supervillains break in, intent on killing everybody. [[spoiler:Wolverine meets all of them with deadly force in the inimitable Wolverine style. Just after he offs the last one -- Bullseye -- he turns into a dying Jubilee. Mysterio had set up an illusion, and Wolverine has just murdered all the X-Men, along with the mutant schoolchildren and staff.]]
21st Sep '15 5:49:28 PM nombretomado
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* During ''FinalCrisis'', when {{Superman}} and Mandrakk have their first battle, Zillo Valla tries to give Supes advice from the sidelines. Mandrakk kills her to shut her up, then realizes in horror who she was: his former lover. However, after a second of grief, he blames Superman for his mistake and keeps attacking.

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* During ''FinalCrisis'', ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', when {{Superman}} and Mandrakk have their first battle, Zillo Valla tries to give Supes advice from the sidelines. Mandrakk kills her to shut her up, then realizes in horror who she was: his former lover. However, after a second of grief, he blames Superman for his mistake and keeps attacking.
1st Sep '15 1:57:15 PM StFan
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* The trigger scent sends ComicBook/{{X 23}} into a blind, murderous rage in which she will kill ''anyone'' marked with it, FriendOrFoe, and no matter how much she cares about them. Because of this, she's been consistently shown to be ''very'' sensitive about its affects on her, and is deeply traumatized when Zander Rice uses it to force her to kill her sensei (after which Laura is shown to begin [[SelfHarm cutting herself with her claws]]) and mother. Most recently, [[ComicBook/AllNewXMen the revelation by Stryker, Jr.]] [[spoiler: that Arcade posted footage of [[AvengersArena Murderworld]], particularly her trigger scent-fueled rages, to the internet]] sends her crashing hard into a HeroicBSOD upon learnin ''the whole world'' has seen her in that state.

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* The trigger scent sends ComicBook/{{X 23}} into a blind, murderous rage in which she will kill ''anyone'' marked with it, FriendOrFoe, and no matter how much she cares about them. Because of this, she's been consistently shown to be ''very'' sensitive about its affects on her, and is deeply traumatized when Zander Rice uses it to force her to kill her sensei (after which Laura is shown to begin [[SelfHarm cutting herself with her claws]]) and mother. Most recently, [[ComicBook/AllNewXMen the revelation by Stryker, Jr.]] [[spoiler: that [[spoiler:that Arcade posted footage of [[AvengersArena [[ComicBook/AvengersArena Murderworld]], particularly her trigger scent-fueled rages, to the internet]] sends her crashing hard into a HeroicBSOD upon learnin ''the whole world'' has seen her in that state.
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