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29th Jan '16 2:44:29 PM HidesHisEyes
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* Dream of the Endless in "ComicBook/TheSandman" is blue oni (the kind with lots of inner turmoil) next to virtually everyone he encounters. Most notably he plays the role throughout his relationships with his ever-cheerful and sociable sister Death and with his rambunctious brother Destruction. In Brief Lives in particular when he plays blue to the red of his sister Delirium, who is impulsive to the point of, well, delirium. The only character who is more of a blue oni than Dream is the eldest sibling Destiny (and this one without the inner turmoil).
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* Dream of the Endless in "ComicBook/TheSandman" is blue oni (the kind with lots of inner turmoil) next to virtually everyone he encounters. Most notably he plays the role throughout his relationships with his ever-cheerful and sociable sister Death and with his rambunctious brother Destruction. In Brief Lives in particular when he plays blue to the red of his sister Delirium, who is impulsive to the point of, well, delirium. The only character who is more of a blue oni than Dream is the eldest sibling Destiny (and this one without the inner turmoil).
29th Jan '16 2:43:28 PM HidesHisEyes
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29th Jan '16 2:42:05 PM HidesHisEyes
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* Dream of the Endless in "ComicBook/TheSandman" is blue oni (the kind with lots of inner turmoil) next to virtually everyone he encounters. Most notably he plays the role throughout his relationships with his ever-cheerful and sociable sister Death and with his rambunctious brother Destruction. In Brief Lives in particular when he plays blue to the red of his sister Delirium, who is impulsive to the point of, well, delirium. ** The only character who is more of a blue oni than Dream is the eldest sibling Destiny (and this one without the inner turmoil).
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* Dream of the Endless in "ComicBook/TheSandman" is blue oni (the kind with lots of inner turmoil) next to virtually everyone he encounters. Most notably he plays the role throughout his relationships with his ever-cheerful and sociable sister Death and with his rambunctious brother Destruction. In Brief Lives in particular when he plays blue to the red of his sister Delirium, who is impulsive to the point of, well, delirium. \n** The only character who is more of a blue oni than Dream is the eldest sibling Destiny (and this one without the inner turmoil).
29th Jan '16 2:40:32 PM HidesHisEyes
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29th Jan '16 2:40:31 PM HidesHisEyes
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* Dream of the Endless in "ComicBook/TheSandman" is blue oni (the kind with lots of inner turmoil) next to virtually everyone he encounters. Most notably he plays the role throughout his relationships with his ever-cheerful and sociable sister Death and with his rambunctious brother Destruction. In Brief Lives in particular when he plays blue to the red of his sister Delirium, who is impulsive to the point of, well, delirium. ** The only character who is more of a blue oni than Dream is the eldest sibling Destiny (and this one without the inner turmoil).
2nd Jan '16 1:40:30 PM nombretomado
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* SonicTheComic Sonic and Shortfuse are the Red onis to Amy's and Tekno's Blue onis also there is The Badnik Army Repair Functionaries (or B.A.R.F.) which has Bert a Red oni and Cam a Blue oni.
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* SonicTheComic ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'': Sonic and Shortfuse are the Red onis to Amy's and Tekno's Blue onis also there is The Badnik Army Repair Functionaries (or B.A.R.F.) which has Bert a Red oni and Cam a Blue oni.
21st Dec '15 3:47:45 AM lrrose
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* Joe Quesada has made statements expressing this sentiment about DC and Marvel in general, likening the former to a very proper Asian family and the latter to a loud, boisterous Italian family. Bonus points? DC's logo is blue and Marvel's is red.
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* Joe Quesada has made statements expressing this sentiment about DC and Marvel in general, likening the former to a very proper Asian family and the latter to a loud, boisterous Italian family. Bonus points? DC's logo is blue and Marvel's is red.red. * In ''ComicBook/{{Magekiller}}'', Marius is very quiet and reserved. His partner Tessa is somewhat impulsive and never shuts up.
9th Nov '15 4:57:40 PM KingNine
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* Gharta and her partner Affa in ''ComicBook/TheAutumnlandsToothAndClaw''. Gharta is the passionate hot-head while Affa is her calm and sensitive supporter.
8th Oct '15 7:39:12 AM StFan
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* {{Wolverine}} (Red Oni) and ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} (Blue Oni) - Wolverine's color may be yellow, but he's easily the Red Oni of the team.
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* {{Wolverine}} ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} (Red Oni) and ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} (Blue Oni) - Wolverine's color may be yellow, but he's easily the Red Oni of the team.

*** Comes up again in ''[[{{X-Force}} Uncanny X-Force]]'' with Fantomex, the cool and calculating gunslinger whose powers let him manipulate his enemies into fighting each other. And, as with Cable, Taskmaster, and Domino, they are (sort of) friends. * Saxon and Kenzie from ''MouseGuard''--even their cloaks match.
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*** Comes up again in ''[[{{X-Force}} ''[[ComicBook/XForce Uncanny X-Force]]'' with Fantomex, the cool and calculating gunslinger whose powers let him manipulate his enemies into fighting each other. And, as with Cable, Taskmaster, and Domino, they are (sort of) friends. * Saxon and Kenzie from ''MouseGuard''--even ''ComicBook/MouseGuard''--even their cloaks match.
3rd Oct '15 10:13:19 AM DAMartin
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* Hawk and Dove of DC Comics are an embodiment of this trope, with Hawk being red and Dove being blue. Hawk is an aggressive muscleman, quick to anger and always ready for a fight. Dove is a cool, slender peacekeeper who tries to avoid direct conflict whenever (and however) possible.
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* Hawk and Dove ComicBook/HawkAndDove of DC Comics are an embodiment of this trope, with Hawk being red and Dove being blue. Hawk is an aggressive muscleman, quick to anger and always ready for a fight. Dove is a cool, slender peacekeeper who tries to avoid direct conflict whenever (and however) possible.
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