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24th May '16 8:23:06 AM Ccook1956
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-->'''Dr. Doom:''' Dr. Doom, Dr. Doom, Dr. Doom. Why does everyone always suspect it's Dr. Doom?

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-->'''Dr. Doom:''' Dr. Doom, Dr. Doom, Dr. Doom. Why does everyone always suspect it's that Dr. Doom?Doom is the culprit?
19th Apr '16 8:30:25 PM TheNerevarine
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19th Apr '16 8:30:24 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars''': One story arc involved the Green Martians suddenly becoming more violent than usual, placing the planet's newfound stability in peril. The [[SmugSnake scheming]] and [[AlwaysChaoticEvil treacherous]] [[LightIsNotGood White Martians]] are naturally the heroes' first suspects. However, after further investigation, its revealed that the real culprits behind it are [[spoiler: [[BitchInSheepsClothing the Yellow Martians of Okara]], specifically the ones thought to the heroes' allies]].

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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars''': One story arc involved the Green Martians suddenly becoming more violent than usual, placing the planet's newfound stability in peril. The [[SmugSnake scheming]] and [[AlwaysChaoticEvil treacherous]] [[LightIsNotGood White Martians]] are naturally the heroes' first suspects. However, after further investigation, its revealed that the real culprits behind it are [[spoiler: [[BitchInSheepsClothing the Yellow Martians of Okara]], specifically the ones thought to be the heroes' allies]].
19th Apr '16 7:56:38 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars''': One story arc involved the Green Martians suddenly becoming more violent than usual, placing the planet's newfound stability in peril. The [[SmugSnake scheming]] and [[AlwaysChaoticEvil treacherous]] [[LightIsNotGood White Martians]] are naturally the heroes' first suspects. However, after further investigation, its revealed that the real culprits behind it are [[spoiler: [[BitchInSheepsClothing the Yellow Martians of Okara]], specifically the ones thought to the heroes' allies]].
1st Apr '16 2:03:39 PM ObsidianFire
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** This is actually remarkably GenreSavvy on Spidey's part, since being in prison or even dead has not stopped Osborn from wreaking all sorts of havoc in Peter's life before.
*** It makes Spidey DangerouslyGenreSavvy, [[spoiler: because [[SubvertedTrope he was right.]] Osborn was behind it all along.]]

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** This is actually remarkably GenreSavvy smart on Spidey's part, since being in prison or even dead has not stopped Osborn from wreaking all sorts of havoc in Peter's life before.
*** It makes Spidey DangerouslyGenreSavvy, very smart, [[spoiler: because [[SubvertedTrope he was right.]] Osborn was behind it all along.]]
10th Nov '15 10:49:47 AM StFan
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* ComicBook/TransformersWindblade: Windblade believes Starscream has been sabotaging, Metroplex's power, set up a bomb to kill her, and has been mining the living citybot for resources. While Starscream is guilty of the last crime, he justifies it saying Metroplex is a big bot and can handle it, and instead accuses her of the sabotage and power failures all in an attempt to undermine his rule. It turns out he was sincere in his belief that the attempt on her life was merely a maintenance problem caused by her, and there really is another force at play that's been behind Metroplex's problems.

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* ComicBook/TransformersWindblade: ''ComicBook/TheTransformersWindblade'': Windblade believes Starscream has been sabotaging, Metroplex's power, set up a bomb to kill her, and has been mining the living citybot for resources. While Starscream is guilty of the last crime, he justifies it saying Metroplex is a big bot and can handle it, and instead accuses her of the sabotage and power failures all in an attempt to undermine his rule. It turns out he was sincere in his belief that the attempt on her life was merely a maintenance problem caused by her, and there really is another force at play that's been behind Metroplex's problems.
6th Nov '15 3:45:26 PM nombretomado
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* In an issue of the ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' spin-off comic, TheQuestion sets out to discover who was responsible for a bomb smuggled into the Watchtower. Lex Luthor is the lead suspect, but when confronted Luthor points out that if the bomb had gone off as planned, the Justice League would never have known what hit them -- and when he destroys the Justice League, he'll do it in such a way that they'll know ''exactly'' what hit them.

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* In an issue of the ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' spin-off comic, TheQuestion ComicBook/TheQuestion sets out to discover who was responsible for a bomb smuggled into the Watchtower. Lex Luthor is the lead suspect, but when confronted Luthor points out that if the bomb had gone off as planned, the Justice League would never have known what hit them -- and when he destroys the Justice League, he'll do it in such a way that they'll know ''exactly'' what hit them.
29th Oct '15 11:49:12 AM Tork
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** In a recent Batman issue, Batman pursues a recently escaped Joker because he thinks Joker was responsible for attacking and poisoning Commissioner Gordon's wife. After defeating him, however, and Batman tells him to stay away from the Gordons, Joker revealed that this time, he was completely innocent of attacking the Gordons. [[spoiler:It was actually James Gordon Jr. who did the deed]].

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** In a recent Batman issue, ''ComicBook/BatmanTheBlackMirror'', Batman pursues a recently escaped Joker because he thinks Joker was responsible for attacking and poisoning Commissioner Gordon's wife.ex-wife. After defeating him, however, and Batman tells him to stay away from the Gordons, Joker revealed that this time, he was completely innocent of attacking the Gordons. [[spoiler:It was actually James Gordon Jr. who did the deed]].
18th Oct '15 11:54:51 AM nombretomado
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* Similar to the TV episode "Telephonies," ThePowerpuffGirls story "Mojo's Day Off" (which was unpublished) dealt with calamities striking Townsville, and the girls automatically suspect it's Mojo Jojo each time. Mojo is fatigued and is trying to relax, only for the girls to burst into his lair to accuse him of each calamity.

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* Similar to the TV episode "Telephonies," ThePowerpuffGirls ComicBook/ThePowerpuffGirls story "Mojo's Day Off" (which was unpublished) dealt with calamities striking Townsville, and the girls automatically suspect it's Mojo Jojo each time. Mojo is fatigued and is trying to relax, only for the girls to burst into his lair to accuse him of each calamity.
11th Oct '15 2:54:25 PM StFan
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* Marvel Knights: {{Spider-Man}} kick off with a story where aunt May gets kidnapped and he goes running to ComicBook/NormanOsborn, who's in prison, demanding he return her. Osborn says he had nothing to do with it, what with, you know, being in prison and all...

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* Marvel Knights: {{Spider-Man}} ComicBook/SpiderMan kick off with a story where aunt May gets kidnapped and he goes running to ComicBook/NormanOsborn, who's in prison, demanding he return her. Osborn says he had nothing to do with it, what with, you know, being in prison and all...



** This happens to {{Spider-Man}} a LOT, apparently. During the Fallen Son arc mourning Captain America's death. While at the grave of Uncle Ben, Spidey sees Rhino walking through the cemetery. He attacks, thinking he's up to something (despite Rhino pleading that he isn't here to fight), and their fight breaks a gravestone belonging to Rhino's mother... which was the only reason he was there in the first place. When he realizes this, Spider-Man attempts to apologize, but Rhino is, understandably, far too angry to listen.

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** This happens to {{Spider-Man}} Spider-Man a LOT, apparently. During the Fallen Son arc mourning Captain America's death. While at the grave of Uncle Ben, Spidey sees Rhino walking through the cemetery. He attacks, thinking he's up to something (despite Rhino pleading that he isn't here to fight), and their fight breaks a gravestone belonging to Rhino's mother... which was the only reason he was there in the first place. When he realizes this, Spider-Man attempts to apologize, but Rhino is, understandably, far too angry to listen.



* Just before the OurWorldsAtWar Mega-Crossover over at DC, Superman is tussling with General Zod in the upper atmosphere, when a huge SOMETHING flies past Superman, towards the Earth. Supe's response?
--> '''Superman''' "You missed!"
--> '''Zod''' "...That wasn't mine."
--> '''Superman''' "I'm not falling for--"
--> '''Zod''' "No, listen, to me. That wasn't mine." (they stare at each other) "Perhaps this is best settled later?"

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* Just before the OurWorldsAtWar ''ComicBook/OurWorldsAtWar'' Mega-Crossover over at DC, Superman is tussling with General Zod in the upper atmosphere, when a huge SOMETHING flies past Superman, towards the Earth. Supe's response?
--> '''Superman''' "You missed!"
--> '''Zod''' "...That wasn't mine."
--> '''Superman''' "I'm not falling for--"
--> '''Zod''' "No, listen, to me.
-->'''Superman:''' You missed!\\
'''Zod:''' ...
That wasn't mine." (they \\
'''Superman:''' I'm not falling for--\\
'''Zod:''' No, listen, to me. That wasn't mine. (''they
stare at each other) "Perhaps other'') Perhaps this is best settled later?"later?
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