Zodd: I'm going to take a wild guess and assume that you two have a Naruto/Sasuke best friend/eternal rival thing going on.
Guts: Uh...that's great. Are you going somewhere with this?
Zodd: Do you remember a little thing called "Valley of the End"?
Guts: So you're saying that Griffith and I are going to have a falling out, and Griffith is going to turn into a winged, lipstick monster. That seems a little farfetched.
— Berserk Abridged
Garcie!Bass: Why do I think this is basically perfect matching? One's idealistic and loves justice, the other just loves to snark.
Raidou: ... Wow. You are right, Bass. It's an extraordinarily fitting thing.
Garcie!Bass: The only thing to complete it is if [Garcie] and Luca were originally rivals.
Garcie: Heh, yeah. Wait, does Luca's Incarnate count?
Raidou: Garcie was technically created by an evil mad scientist, much like Luca. And Garcie originally opposed a version of Luca.
Plenair: So you are saying that in a way, they were originally rivals?
Raidou: In a way.
Garcie!Bass: Good point.
If Leafpool is like water, calm, deep running, reflecting the stars, then Squirrelflight is fire. She has energy to scorch every tree in the forest, and a tongue that could leave scars in beech bark.
— Rock, Warriors: Cats of the Clans
Luke Cage: You should be usin' that magic fist of yours to crack heads, not focus your feng shui.
Iron Fist: Focusing my chi. Maybe if you were open to focusing your own energy, you wouldn't be so angry all the time. It's not healthy, Luke.
—The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, "To Steal an Ant-Man"
"These two really are birds of a feather, but also total foils to each other. The idea of them being exactly the same and yet polar opposites is going to be a huge factor in upcoming episodes."