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* [[WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty Rick Sanchez]], an alcoholic, self-destructive scientist and inventor.
* [[VideoGame/{{Shinobi}} Joe Musashi]], master of ninjutsu.
* [[Film/{{Inception}} Dominic Cobb]], corporate saboteur and dream infiltrator.
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* [[Manga/BirdyTheMighty Birdy Cephon Altera]], a HumanAlien super-soldeer cop.
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[[WMG: Members of a modern day league could include...]]
* [[Film/AttackTheBlock Moses]], a South London gang member turned alien hunter.
* [[Film/TheRaid Rama]], an Indonesian special forces member.
* [[Franchise/{{Taken}} Bryan Mills]], an ex-CIA operative.
* [[Series/DiplomatKurodaKousaku Kousaku Kuroda]], a Japanese diplomat.
* [[Series/TheMysteryFilesOfShelbyWoo Shelby Woo]], a skilled American detective.
16th Oct '17 10:56:12 AM BeastC
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* NextSundayAD, [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 a mad scientist and his assistant would send two of their employees to their satellite to be guinea pigs in a strange experiment to discover the secrets behind the Blazing World hidden within movies.]] The satellite later vanished into the far edges of the universe and was not seen for quite some time. When it reappeared, the individuals that were on board the thing became aware of all fiction, their knowledge of reality on the same level as Andrew Norton.


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** [[ComicBook/WhateverHappenedToTheManOfTomorrow After a harrowing battle with his greatest foe, he decided the world would be fine without him and relinquished his powers to live a life as a human]].
16th Oct '17 10:29:36 AM BeastC
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* Seeing the success of the J program, America attempted to start its own spy organizations with varying results. The first organization, [[Series/TheManFromUncle U.N.C.L.E.]], was the first real stable success. U.N.C.L.E. was eventually retired and replaced with the [[Series/MissionImpossible Impossible Mission Force]], which focused on the more secretive nature of spywork. The IMF continues operating to this day, but branched into other organizations like the [[Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle Statesmen]] and the Film/MenInBlack. Wanting to take it further, the CIA began the [[Film/TheBourneSeries Treadstone Project]], a program meant to create more lethal assassins. After various failures (or at least disappointing results), including more schisms that results in the founding of the [[VideoGame/{{Hitman}} Agency]], the CIA finally got what they wanted in David Web, renamed Jason Bourne. Meanwhile, the surviving failures went on to other ventures. [[Film/TrainingDay Former LAPD Detective Alonzo Harris]], whose death was faked, took the name of one [[Series/TheEqualizer Robert McCall]] as well as his occupation as [[Film/TheEqualizer the Equalizer]]. Film/JohnWick, alias of [[Film/{{Speed}} Jack Traven]], retired to a married life until his wife died of sickness and his new pet dog was murdered by Iosef Tarasov, bringing him out of retirement. [[Film/TheAccountant Christian Wolff]] settled for a job as a criminal accountant who doubled as a CIA informant.
** Moore hates spies. So most likely all these spy organizations are merely front organizations devised by the US government as misinformation meant to distract other spies or critics at home. The ''real'' spy organization is the one from Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''Film/NorthyByNorthwest'' which is all about how the US Government creates fictitious spies like George Kaplan as a misinformation campaign, and which had government agents willing to throw its own citizens under its bus when their campaigns go south. So all spies such as Ethan Hunt and others are part of the same misinformation campaign. UNCLE, IMF, the Agency and all other super-spies are as real as Agent Jimmy's adventures, i.e. there was "No" doctor, "No" bad guys and villains, and "no" heroes. ''North by Northwest'' also inspired the James Bond movies, and Leo G. Carroll's character inspired the same one he played in UNCLE, so Moore will simply apply CanonWelding, and of course in Hitchcock's film Eve Kendal is part LoveInterest, part SupportingProtagonist. In Moore's version, she's the true boss of all bosses, and the head of America's super-spy in the same vein as Emma Night in ''Century : 2009''.

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* Seeing the success of the J program, America attempted to start its own spy organizations with varying results. The first organization, [[Series/TheManFromUncle U.N.C.L.E.]], was the first real stable success. U.N.C.L.E. was eventually retired and replaced with the [[Series/MissionImpossible Impossible Mission Force]], which focused on the more secretive nature of spywork. The IMF continues operating to this day, but branched into other organizations like the [[Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle Statesmen]] and the Film/MenInBlack. Wanting to take it further, the CIA began the [[Film/TheBourneSeries Treadstone Project]], a program meant to create more lethal assassins. After various failures (or at least disappointing results), including more schisms that results in the founding of the [[VideoGame/{{Hitman}} Agency]], the CIA finally got what they wanted in David Web, renamed Jason Bourne. Meanwhile, the surviving failures went on to other ventures. [[Film/TrainingDay Former LAPD Detective Alonzo Harris]], whose death was faked, took the name of one [[Series/TheEqualizer Robert McCall]] as well as his occupation as [[Film/TheEqualizer the Equalizer]]. Film/JohnWick, alias of [[Film/{{Speed}} Jack Traven]], retired to a married life until his wife died of sickness and his new pet dog was murdered by Iosef Tarasov, bringing him out of retirement. Tarasov. [[Film/TheAccountant Christian Wolff]] settled for a job as a criminal accountant who doubled as a CIA informant.
informant while his brother continued work as a hitman.
** Moore hates spies. So most likely all these spy organizations are merely front organizations devised by the US government as misinformation meant to distract other spies or critics at home. The ''real'' spy organization is the one from Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''Film/NorthyByNorthwest'' ''Film/NorthByNorthwest'' which is all about how the US Government creates fictitious spies like George Kaplan as a misinformation campaign, and which had government agents willing to throw its own citizens under its bus when their campaigns go south. So all spies such as Ethan Hunt and others are part of the same misinformation campaign. UNCLE, IMF, the Agency and all other super-spies are as real as Agent Jimmy's adventures, i.e. there was "No" doctor, "No" bad guys and villains, and "no" heroes. ''North by Northwest'' also inspired the James Bond movies, and Leo G. Carroll's character inspired the same one he played in UNCLE, so Moore will simply apply CanonWelding, and of course in Hitchcock's film Eve Kendal is part LoveInterest, part SupportingProtagonist. In Moore's version, she's the true boss of all bosses, and the head of America's super-spy in the same vein as Emma Night in ''Century : 2009''.
16th Oct '17 9:49:45 AM BJV
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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage. The next recruit is a [[Series/iCarly self admitted "disturbed, lonely sociopath" named Nora Dershlit,]] who they break out of an insane asylum. Realizing he's only gathered children so far, Mamiya and his group try to recruit [[Film/NoCountryForOldMen an aging, infamous hitman named Anton Chigurh,]] only for him to try to murder them in response. Before he can he's suddenly shot dead from a woman in a helicopter, which lands and is revealed to be [[Film/ExMachina an android named Ava who has recently escaped from her killed creator's facility.]] She has deemed that most humans are weak and and deserve to die and only the sociopaths of the world should remain, joined together as an army that will TakeOverTheWorld. Mamiya plays along and has Ava use her robot mind to track down three more sociopaths to try and recruit; [[Film/GoneGirl Amy Dunne]], [[Film/WeNeedToTalkAboutKevin Kevin Khatchadourian]], and [[Film/{{Nightcrawler}} Louis Bloom.]] Mamiya then destroys Ava and he decides to officially deem the group a league. Things begin to go south when they go to recruit Amy, who instead convinces Greg to abandon the group to come and be her "assistant" who can help her torture her husband Nick and make manipulate the media for her benefit in exchange for a life of ease and comfort, as well as a chance to publish his diaries to become famous. The group goes to recruit Kevin and succeeds in breaking him out of jail, but he is killed during their getaway due to the out of nowhere appearance of a [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry a battling cat and mouse]] who cause their getaway car to crash and kill Kevin.

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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage. The next recruit is a [[Series/iCarly [[Series/ICarly self admitted "disturbed, lonely sociopath" named Nora Dershlit,]] who they break out of an insane asylum. Realizing he's only gathered children so far, Mamiya and his group try to recruit [[Film/NoCountryForOldMen an aging, infamous hitman named Anton Chigurh,]] only for him to try to murder them in response. Before he can he's suddenly shot dead from a woman in a helicopter, which lands and is revealed to be [[Film/ExMachina an android named Ava who has recently escaped from her killed creator's facility.]] She has deemed that most humans are weak and and deserve to die and only the sociopaths of the world should remain, joined together as an army that will TakeOverTheWorld. Mamiya plays along and has Ava use her robot mind to track down three more sociopaths to try and recruit; [[Film/GoneGirl Amy Dunne]], [[Film/WeNeedToTalkAboutKevin Kevin Khatchadourian]], and [[Film/{{Nightcrawler}} Louis Bloom.]] Mamiya then destroys Ava and he decides to officially deem the group a league. Things begin to go south when Thankfully, they go to recruit Amy, who instead convinces Greg to abandon the group to come and be her "assistant" who can help her torture her husband Nick and make manipulate the media for her benefit in exchange for a life of ease and comfort, as well as a chance to publish his diaries to become famous. The group goes to recruit Kevin and succeeds in breaking him out of jail, but he is killed during their getaway due to the out of nowhere appearance of a [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry a battling cat and mouse]] who cause their getaway car to crash and kill Kevin.
are stopped before they do too much more.
16th Oct '17 9:44:27 AM BJV
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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage. The next recruit is a [[Series/iCarly self admitted "disturbed, lonely sociopath" named Nora Dershlit,]] who they break out of an insane asylum. Realizing he's only gathered children so far, Mamiya and his group try to recruit [[Film/NoCountryForOldMen an aging, infamous hitman named Anton Chigurh,]] only for him to try to murder them in response. Before he can he's suddenly shot dead from a woman in a helicopter, which lands and is revealed to be [[Film/ExMachina an android named Ava who has recently escaped from her killed creator's facility.]] She has deemed that most humans are weak and and deserve to die and only the sociopaths of the world should remain, joined together as an army that will TakeOverTheWorld. Mamiya plays along and has Ava use her robot mind to track down three more sociopaths to try and recruit; [[Film/GoneGirl Amy Dunne]], [[Film/WeNeedToTalkAboutKevin Kevin Khatchadourian]], and

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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage. The next recruit is a [[Series/iCarly self admitted "disturbed, lonely sociopath" named Nora Dershlit,]] who they break out of an insane asylum. Realizing he's only gathered children so far, Mamiya and his group try to recruit [[Film/NoCountryForOldMen an aging, infamous hitman named Anton Chigurh,]] only for him to try to murder them in response. Before he can he's suddenly shot dead from a woman in a helicopter, which lands and is revealed to be [[Film/ExMachina an android named Ava who has recently escaped from her killed creator's facility.]] She has deemed that most humans are weak and and deserve to die and only the sociopaths of the world should remain, joined together as an army that will TakeOverTheWorld. Mamiya plays along and has Ava use her robot mind to track down three more sociopaths to try and recruit; [[Film/GoneGirl Amy Dunne]], [[Film/WeNeedToTalkAboutKevin Kevin Khatchadourian]], and
and [[Film/{{Nightcrawler}} Louis Bloom.]] Mamiya then destroys Ava and he decides to officially deem the group a league. Things begin to go south when they go to recruit Amy, who instead convinces Greg to abandon the group to come and be her "assistant" who can help her torture her husband Nick and make manipulate the media for her benefit in exchange for a life of ease and comfort, as well as a chance to publish his diaries to become famous. The group goes to recruit Kevin and succeeds in breaking him out of jail, but he is killed during their getaway due to the out of nowhere appearance of a [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry a battling cat and mouse]] who cause their getaway car to crash and kill Kevin.
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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage. The next recruit is a [[Series/iCarly self admitted "disturbed, lonely sociopath" named Nora Dershlit,]] who they break out of an insane asylum. Realizing he's only gathered children so far, Mamiya and his group try to recruit [[Film/NoCountry

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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage. The next recruit is a [[Series/iCarly self admitted "disturbed, lonely sociopath" named Nora Dershlit,]] who they break out of an insane asylum. Realizing he's only gathered children so far, Mamiya and his group try to recruit [[Film/NoCountry
[[Film/NoCountryForOldMen an aging, infamous hitman named Anton Chigurh,]] only for him to try to murder them in response. Before he can he's suddenly shot dead from a woman in a helicopter, which lands and is revealed to be [[Film/ExMachina an android named Ava who has recently escaped from her killed creator's facility.]] She has deemed that most humans are weak and and deserve to die and only the sociopaths of the world should remain, joined together as an army that will TakeOverTheWorld. Mamiya plays along and has Ava use her robot mind to track down three more sociopaths to try and recruit; [[Film/GoneGirl Amy Dunne]], [[Film/WeNeedToTalkAboutKevin Kevin Khatchadourian]], and
16th Oct '17 9:01:40 AM BJV
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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage.

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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a middle school student named Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage. \n The next recruit is a [[Series/iCarly self admitted "disturbed, lonely sociopath" named Nora Dershlit,]] who they break out of an insane asylum. Realizing he's only gathered children so far, Mamiya and his group try to recruit [[Film/NoCountry
16th Oct '17 8:43:11 AM BJV
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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a self-obsessed young boy named Gregory]]

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It all begins when [[Film/{{Cure}} a Japanese man named Takabe]] flees from his home country to the United States and changes his name to [[MeaningfulRename Mamiya.]] After committing murders through hypnotized pawns up until the 2000s, he decides to find those who would of followed his predecessor's gruesome ways ''willingly.'' He starts by recruiting [[Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid a self-obsessed young boy middle school student named Gregory]]
Gregory]], whose diaries he read after finding in the trash. Greg agrees to leave his average life behind since his SpoiledBrat little brother Manny asked for all of Greg's worldly possessions for his birthday present ''and actually got their parents to agree to it.'' He and Greg then go to [[WesternAnimation/MakingFiends the depressing city of Clamburg]], which as crawling with horrible monsters that have overtaken the city and betrayed their creator, a young, Bulgarian, MadScientist girl with [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation a genetic condition that makes her hair and skin green]], whose obsession with her nemesis caused her to loose control of her fiendish creations. Desperate to escape, she joins them with the promise that she can become as dangerous as even her strongest fiend under Mamiya's tutelage.
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