->It was so dark when I entered the Coach that I could not distinguish the Number of my Fellow-travellers; I could only perceive that they were Many...'What an illiterate villain must that Man be! (thought I to myself) What a total want of delicate refinement must he have, who can thus shock our senses by such a brutal Noise! He must, I am certain, be capable of every bad action! There is no crime too black for such a Character!' Thus reasoned I within myself, and doubtless such were the reflections of my fellow travelers.
-->---'''Creator/JaneAusten''', ''Literature/LoveAndFreindship''

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->He was a hacker who did any work for hire and stole money from bank accounts, but then accidentally targeted someone powerful who killed his six-year-old niece, which gave him a little Spider-Man moment and he declared that from this day forth he would use his powers to--! ...continue working for hire and stealing money from bank accounts. But also ''fight crime!'' ...In-between. If he can be arsed. Not stealing-money crime, or property-damage crime, or murdering-policemen crime; just, you know, [[AndTheRest all the bad crimes]], the ones committed by people ''other'' than himself.
-->--'''''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation''''' on ''VideoGame/WatchDogs''

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->Is it acceptable to [[TheNeedsOfTheMany kill people to save more people?]] The answer, of course, is that it depends on whether itís the hero doing it or the villain.
-->-- '''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2013/11/outside-government-reset.html Dr. Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'', "Reset"

->Did you ever read Rick Veitchís ''[[Comicbook/TheQuestion Question]]'' mini that was part of Superstorm? It had a lot of flaws, but there was this great bit where all Metropolis drug deals and stuff took place in bathrooms, since Superman is [[LogicalWeakness too good a guy to ever look]]. Itís like moral lead. ''This'' is not that Superman.
-->--'''Chris Sims''' and '''David Uzumeri''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-reviews-superman-returns-2006-part-one/ on]] ''Film/SupermanReturns''

->Ray testifies against Ned and gets him thrown out of the CIA, before [[TakeThisJobAndShoveIt resigning himself]]... it would seem heís been making a living by taking gun-for-hire jobs over the web. You know, because thatís totally different from killing people for the government. Heíll [[HandWave grumble out an explanation]] for this later, but itís still dumb.
-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''' on ''Film/TheSpecialist''

->Usual practice for Moffat-era Who is to suggest extremely crude, superficially worrying [[NotSoDifferent moral equivalences]] in dialogue which are then papered-over by the actual behaviour of the Doctor and his gang (whom we might want to start calling '[[MyCountryRightOrWrong Our Boys and Girls]]', since it is assumed that they deserve 'our' support whatever they do).
-->--'''[[http://shabogangraffiti.blogspot.com/2013/06/a-town-without-context.html Jack Graham]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E3ATownCalledMercy}} "A Town Called Mercy"]]

->Archerís position is very stereotypically ''Star Trek''. Itís a philosophy that argues humanity are fundamentally brilliant, and so should behave in a manner that befits being so fundamentally brilliant. Itís a philosophy that comes dangerously close to evoking Creator/GeneRoddenberryís simplistic utopianism, indicating that mankind is wired with a fundamental decency that is almost unique in the entire cosmos.
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2015/01/13/star-trek-enterprise-fortunate-son-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', "Fortunate Son"

->Janeway really has nobody to blame but herself for Sevenís rogue behaviour in this episode...she was the one who insisted they try and re-assert her humanity. Now that [[HumanityIsInsane isnít quite working out]] and she is an embarrassment so she sends her crew out to stop her by any force necessary. The message here seems to be [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop act like us or we will destroy you]]. Janeway ''the Furher'' is back in business.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/voyager-season-four.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "The Raven"

->Lana is at best a dark 'hero' character using the word hero loosely. She kills, she kidnaps, she tortures, and she has plotted and schemed [[EvenEvilHasStandards in a way that even caught Lex Luthor off guard]]. She is basically what I would call [[RetiredMonster a reformed villain]] AT BEST and honestly I think her character works better as a villain. Maybe a tragic villain but still the '[[TheHeavy bad guy]]'. To put her in a position where she is the one lecturing an iconic DC superhero about how to be a superhero is just insulting.
-->--'''Douglas Trumble''' [[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville8-ep10 on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' ("Bride")

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->'''Janeway:''' A long time ago, I made a decision that stranded this crew in the Delta Quadrant. I don't regret that decision.\\
'''Chuck:''' ''(as Janeway)'' [[ForgottenFallenFriend Carey, Hagan, Jonas, and a few others]] might, but they're not here to complain.
-->--'''{{Website/SFDebris}}''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Endgame"


->The ultimate hypocrisy at the heart of the Doctor, which [[{{Deconstruction}} is fun to poke a stick at,]] is that heís so nasty about soldiers and about people who carry guns, yet look at him -- always in the middle of the fight, usually taking command, and Iím not so impressed at his refusal to pick up a gun when heís inclined, occasionally, to [[AMillionIsAStatistic blow up entire planets!]]
-->--'''Creator/StevenMoffat''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS34E3RobotOfSherwood}} "Robot of Sherwood"]]