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* For much of ''Film/TheBoldCaballero'', Isabella is attracted to Don Diego; regarding him as amusing even if he is a RichIdiotWithNoDayJob. However, she hates Zorro with a passion; believing that he murdered her father and having vowed to hunt him down and see him hanged.


* In ''Literature/ShadowOfTheConqueror,'' Daylen has this issue with [[TheDreaded almost everyone in the world]], but ''especially'' Ahrek and Lyrah, who never miss a chance to remind him of his "[[MyGrandsonMyself father's]]" numerous crimes.

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* In ''Literature/ShadowOfTheConqueror,'' Daylen [[RedemptionQuest Daylen]] has this issue with [[TheDreaded almost everyone in the world]], but ''especially'' Ahrek and Lyrah, who never miss a chance to remind him of his "[[MyGrandsonMyself father's]]" numerous crimes.

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* In ''Literature/ShadowOfTheConqueror,'' Daylen has this issue with [[TheDreaded almost everyone in the world]], but ''especially'' Ahrek and Lyrah, who never miss a chance to remind him of his "[[MyGrandsonMyself father's]]" numerous crimes.
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* In ''Fanfic/HopToIt'', it goes back and forth with Jack Smith/Rabbit. Rabbit is a HeroWithBadPublicity and a DestructiveSaviour who is initially mistaken for an akuma and then for a villain in her own right after she causes a lot of damage to a Paris neighbourhood due a new power she can't control, but Jack, while initially an outcast (an American transfer student with a limited grasp of French), gains some popularity from her classmates after helping save Adrien from an akuma out of costume. On the other hand, while Ladybug knows that Rabbit is a good person, Marinette hates Jack out of misguided jealousy, believing she's interested in Adrien. When Marinette finds out Jack has a boyfriend back in the US, she apologises for her behaviour and she and Alya (who has since become a Rabbit supporter) make friends with her - just in time for Rabbit to screw up again and lose a lot of Ladybug's trust in her. [[spoiler:However, it seems Ladybug may have forgiven Rabbit by the end of chapter 9, inspired by Jack's forgiveness of Marinette.]]

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* In ''Fanfic/HopToIt'', it goes back and forth with Jack Smith/Rabbit. Rabbit is a HeroWithBadPublicity and a DestructiveSaviour who is initially mistaken for an akuma [[WesternAnimation/{{MiraculousLadybug}} akuma]] and then for a villain in her own right after she causes a lot of damage to a Paris neighbourhood due a new power she can't control, but Jack, while initially an outcast (an American transfer student with a limited grasp of French), gains some popularity from her classmates after helping save Adrien from an akuma out of costume. On the other hand, while Ladybug knows that Rabbit is a good person, Marinette hates Jack out of misguided jealousy, believing she's interested in Adrien. When Marinette finds out Jack has a boyfriend back in the US, she apologises for her behaviour and she and Alya (who has since become a Rabbit supporter) make friends with her - just in time for Rabbit to screw up again and lose a lot of Ladybug's trust in her. [[spoiler:However, it seems Ladybug may have forgiven Rabbit by the end of chapter 9, inspired by Jack's forgiveness of Marinette.]]


* ''Comicbook/{{PS238}}'' [[FlyingBrick Ron Peterson]] is this towards [[MuggleBornOfMages Tyler Marlocke]]/"Moon Shadow". Ron likes Tyler because they both have difficult home lives and Tyler, being non-metahuman, is simiarly troubled by his powers (or the lack of them at any rate). Whenever Moon Shadow shows up, however, [[TheJinx things have a tendency to get really bad for Ron]] and Ron quickly develops a strong antipathy for him. He doesn't take it well to learn the two are the same person.

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* ''Comicbook/{{PS238}}'' ''Comicbook/{{PS238}}'': [[FlyingBrick Ron Peterson]] is this towards [[MuggleBornOfMages Tyler Marlocke]]/"Moon Shadow". Ron likes Tyler because they both have difficult home lives and Tyler, being non-metahuman, is simiarly troubled by his powers (or the lack of them at any rate). Whenever Moon Shadow shows up, however, [[TheJinx things have a tendency to get really bad for Ron]] and Ron quickly develops a strong antipathy for him. He doesn't take it well to learn the two are the same person.person, [[spoiler:though following an adventure in space and Ron becoming {{Depower}}ed they end up patching up and becoming friends again.]]

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* ''Comicbook/{{PS238}}'' [[FlyingBrick Ron Peterson]] is this towards [[MuggleBornOfMages Tyler Marlocke]]/"Moon Shadow". Ron likes Tyler because they both have difficult home lives and Tyler, being non-metahuman, is simiarly troubled by his powers (or the lack of them at any rate). Whenever Moon Shadow shows up, however, [[TheJinx things have a tendency to get really bad for Ron]] and Ron quickly develops a strong antipathy for him. He doesn't take it well to learn the two are the same person.


** And of course, Parker's boss J. Jonah Jameson.


** In nearly every version of the franchise, Flash Thompson ''idolizes'' Spider-Man, but he and Peter Parker can't stand each other (at least at first). Particularly played for laughs in the ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' cartoon: under the pretext of putting Flash somewhere safe, Spidey shoves him into a locker and then comments how petty it was, but fun!
** Not "hatred", but AntiVillain Black Cat was attracted to Spiderman and the feeling was mutual, so Spidey decided to unmask himself as Peter Parker...which horrified Black Cat because she only loved Spiderman.

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** In nearly every version of the franchise, Flash Thompson ''idolizes'' Spider-Man, but he and Peter Parker can't stand each other (at least at first).first - in the comics, they grow into good friends). Particularly played for laughs in the ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' cartoon: under the pretext of putting Flash somewhere safe, Spidey shoves him into a locker and then comments how petty it was, but fun!
** Not "hatred", but AntiVillain Black Cat was attracted to Spiderman Spider-Man and the feeling was mutual, so Spidey decided to unmask himself as Peter Parker...which horrified Black Cat because she only loved Spiderman.Spidey.

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* In ''Batman: Anarchy for All'', [[ComicBook/{{Anarky}} Lonnie Machin]] is a Batman fanboy but loathes Bruce Wayne, whom the teen believes is no different from his chronically absent and emotionally abusive father, a Wayne Enterprises board member. [[spoiler:When Hugo Strange relates his knowledge of Batman's secret identity, Anarky has his second largest breakdown of the book, [[IRejectYouReality unable to accept the very idea]] that his idol and "Gotham's fattest leech" could be one and the same.]]


** [[AlphaBitch Lila]] [[ConsummateLiar Rossi]] hates Ladybug, but her opinion of Marinette is unknown. This is a serious source of FanficFuel for the Miraculers, who often write her a lesbian falling for Marinette, only for her heart to be broken when she finds out she is Ladybug
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': Jenny initially falls in love with the Silver Shell, but can't stand Sheldon.

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** [[AlphaBitch Lila]] [[ConsummateLiar Rossi]] hates Ladybug, but her opinion of Marinette is unknown. This is a serious source of FanficFuel for the Miraculers, who often write her a lesbian falling for Marinette, only for her heart to be broken when she finds out she is Ladybug
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': Jenny initially falls in love with the Silver Shell, but can't stand Sheldon.Sheldon, [[SpringtimeForHitler even though he made up the Silver Shell identity to repulse her and make himself seem better by comparison]]. This is eventually reversed, as she ultimately at least thinks of Sheldon as a friend, but when Sheldon tries to date her ''as'' the Silver Shell, Jenny comes to dislike his alter-ego (which cause Sheldon to mostly abandon it).


** In nearly every version of the franchise, Peter Parker is bullied by Flash Thompson, who ''idolizes'' Spider-Man. Particularly played for laughs in the ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderman'' cartoon: under the pretext of putting Flash somewhere safe, Spidey shoves him into a locker and then comments how petty it was, but fun!

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** In nearly every version of the franchise, Peter Parker is bullied by Flash Thompson, who Thompson ''idolizes'' Spider-Man. Spider-Man, but he and Peter Parker can't stand each other (at least at first). Particularly played for laughs in the ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderman'' ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' cartoon: under the pretext of putting Flash somewhere safe, Spidey shoves him into a locker and then comments how petty it was, but fun!

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