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* Visarah from ''Webcomic/{{Uncreation}}'' has HUGE [[Manga/GetterRobo Ryoma]]-style chops… and she's a woman. Definitely a ShoutOut, given the ''Manga/MaoDante'' and ''Manga/GetterRobo'' references in the comic.

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* Visarah from ''Webcomic/{{Uncreation}}'' has HUGE [[Manga/GetterRobo Ryoma]]-style chops… and she's a woman. Definitely a ShoutOut, given the ''Manga/MaoDante'' ''Manga/DemonLordDante'' and ''Manga/GetterRobo'' references in the comic.


** Ryo Utsugi from ''Manga/MaoDante''.

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** Ryo Utsugi from ''Manga/MaoDante''.''Manga/DemonLordDante''.


* Black Jack from well, Manga/BlackJack, has a pairs of these so thick that while Tezuka sometimes forgets to properly draw his hair, body, nose, eyes, and sometimes even his facial scar, he's never forgotten the sideburns.

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* Black Jack from well, Manga/BlackJack, ''Manga/BlackJack'', has a pairs of these so thick that while Tezuka sometimes forgets to properly draw his hair, body, nose, eyes, and sometimes even his facial scar, he's never forgotten the sideburns.



* Van from ''Manga/GunXSword''

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* Ryo of ''Manga/ProjectARMS''

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* %%* Ryo of ''Manga/ProjectARMS''



* Shin from ''Anime/SpaceCarrierBlueNoah'' is an early example.
* Lee Bailong from ''Manga/ShamanKing''.

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* %%* Shin from ''Anime/SpaceCarrierBlueNoah'' is an early example.
* %%* Lee Bailong from ''Manga/ShamanKing''.



* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia''

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* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' ''Webcomic/HetaliaAxisPowers''



* Pretty much everyone in ''Comicbook/ElfQuest''. This might just be the time period (the original series was published 1978-1984), or it might be Wendy Pini being unable to draw the bases of those huge elfy ears; the few characters from the original series that DON'T have these (Skywise, Winnowill) instead have some sort of accessory hiding that particular area. Elfquest's art style (especially Siege at Blue Mountain), owes a lot to ''Anime/TheDaggerOfKamui'' (which was a manga and then an anime contemporary with Nagai's heyday, though not drawn by him). SABM also has some of the biggest honking 'burns in series history. Pini must like the look though; her early ''Law and Chaos'' Elric work has these on Moonglum (Elric not so much, though she did draw him with a goatee for a few scenes).

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* Pretty much everyone in ''Comicbook/ElfQuest''.''ComicBook/ElfQuest''. This might just be the time period (the original series was published 1978-1984), or it might be Wendy Pini being unable to draw the bases of those huge elfy ears; the few characters from the original series that DON'T have these (Skywise, Winnowill) instead have some sort of accessory hiding that particular area. Elfquest's art style (especially Siege at Blue Mountain), owes a lot to ''Anime/TheDaggerOfKamui'' (which was a manga and then an anime contemporary with Nagai's heyday, though not drawn by him). SABM also has some of the biggest honking 'burns in series history. Pini must like the look though; her early ''Law and Chaos'' Elric work has these on Moonglum (Elric not so much, though she did draw him with a goatee for a few scenes).



%% * Ayameko/Cure Jasmine from ''FanFic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''.

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%% * Ayameko/Cure Jasmine from ''FanFic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''.''Fanfic/PrettyCurePerfumePreppy''.


* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': The very hot-blooded Soldier has a miscellaneous drop that gives him an epic sideburns-mustache combo that also comes with a pipe. And now, with the [[http://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Mutton_Mann Mutton Mann]], the Demoman, Engineer, Medic, and Sniper can get in on the awesome sideburns action.

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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': The very hot-blooded Soldier has a miscellaneous drop that gives him an epic sideburns-mustache combo that also comes with a pipe. And now, with the [[http://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Mutton_Mann Mutton Mann]], the Demoman, Engineer, Medic, everyone else (except Pyro and Sniper Spy, who both wear head-covering masks) can get in on the awesome sideburns action.


** Kazuma Kaneko seems to have some giant sideburn fetish or something. His character designs for the older ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' games and ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'' have some pretty large ones. Including Elly and Ulala... not even the women are spared.

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** Kazuma Kaneko seems to have some giant sideburn fetish or something. His character designs for the older ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'' games and ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'' have some pretty large ones. Including Elly and Ulala... not even the women are spared.


* [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Bro]] in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' sports these, along with CoolShades, [[KatanasAreJustBetter a katana]], and one of the most CrazyAwesome STRIFE techniques [[TeleportSpam ever]] [[MarionetteMaster unleashed.]]

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* [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Bro]] in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' sports these, along with CoolShades, [[KatanasAreJustBetter a katana]], and one of the most CrazyAwesome awesome STRIFE techniques [[TeleportSpam ever]] [[MarionetteMaster unleashed.]]


In the East, a short, fiery pair of earlocks is typically found on passionate {{Super Robot|Genre}} pilots and {{Sentai}} team leaders. While they don't have to be huge (though they usually are), they are ''always'' spiky and noticeable. Usually, they're paired up with some [[UnusualEyebrows equally fiery eyebrows]] for added effect. In its inherent association with SuperRobot shows of the 70s and 80s, this is also a form of {{Seventies|Hair}} or EightiesHair, and its appearance on female characters to show how badass they were has nearly died out. Its modern appearance on ''male'' characters is often in {{Homage}} to these earlier heroes.

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In the East, a short, fiery pair of earlocks is typically found on passionate {{Super Robot|Genre}} pilots and {{Sentai}} team leaders. While they don't have to be huge (though they usually are), they are ''always'' spiky and noticeable. Usually, they're paired up with some [[UnusualEyebrows equally fiery eyebrows]] for added effect. In its inherent association with SuperRobot shows of the 70s and 80s, this is also a form of {{Seventies|Hair}} or EightiesHair, and its appearance on female characters to show how badass they were are has nearly died out. Its modern appearance on ''male'' characters is often in {{Homage}} to these earlier heroes.


In the East, a short, fiery pair of earlocks is typically found on passionate {{Super Robot|Genre}} pilots and {{Sentai}} team leaders. While they don't have to be huge (though they usually are), they are ''always'' spiky and noticeable. Usually, they're paired up with some [[UnusualEyebrows equally fiery eyebrows]] for added effect. Its inherent association with SuperRobot shows of the 70s and 80s, this is also a form of {{Seventies|Hair}} or EightiesHair, and its appearance on female characters to show how badass they were has nearly died out. Its modern appearance on ''male'' characters is often in {{Homage}} to these earlier heroes.

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In the East, a short, fiery pair of earlocks is typically found on passionate {{Super Robot|Genre}} pilots and {{Sentai}} team leaders. While they don't have to be huge (though they usually are), they are ''always'' spiky and noticeable. Usually, they're paired up with some [[UnusualEyebrows equally fiery eyebrows]] for added effect. Its In its inherent association with SuperRobot shows of the 70s and 80s, this is also a form of {{Seventies|Hair}} or EightiesHair, and its appearance on female characters to show how badass they were has nearly died out. Its modern appearance on ''male'' characters is often in {{Homage}} to these earlier heroes.

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* Series/TheGoodies: Graeme Garden had the hair (our page on SeventiesHair describes his sideburns as "two hamsters clinging to his cheeks"), but rarely had the hot-blooded personality to go with it (he usually played straight man to passionate and bearded Bill Oddie and campy and clean-shaven Tim Brooke-Taylor).


* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', Kyoujuro Rengoku’s are so extreme in that his long side-burns actually look like flames due how his hair is styled and colored like fire.

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* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', Kyoujuro Kyojuro Rengoku’s are so extreme in that his long side-burns actually look like flames due how his hair is styled and colored like fire.


* Detroit superhero Rottweiler, from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', sports a pair of these, along with a set of CoolShades and a BadassLongcoat.

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* The Monitor from the Series/{{Arrowverse}} events ''Series/{{Elseworlds}}'' and ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' has some pretty thick sideburns, which some characters in-universe have joked about. He's not very hot-blooded, though he is very powerful.


* Gentleman John Ungatt Lynx from Wrestling/PrairieWrestlingAlliance has sideburns that almost reach his belly.

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* Gentleman John Ungatt Lynx from Wrestling/PrairieWrestlingAlliance has sideburns that almost reach his belly.chest.

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* Hibiki Tachibana from ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'' has quite the pair of these, and is proudly HotBlooded enough to rival any Go Nagai Protagnist. She's also a massive tomboy to boot.

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