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Secretive, hyper-powerful organizations whose primary purpose is to police the planet of the strange, the unusual, and the dangerous and to keep the peace by suppressing knowledge of their existence? Too coincidental.

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Secretive, hyper-powerful organizations whose primary purpose is to police the planet of the strange, the unusual, and the dangerous dangerous, and to keep the peace by suppressing knowledge of their existence? Too coincidental.


[[WMG: The MIB is either part of or works alongside the Wiki/SCPFoundation]]

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[[WMG: The MIB Men in Black is either part of of, or works alongside with, the Wiki/SCPFoundation]]Wiki/SCPFoundation.]]


* The movie ''Film/MenInBlack'' (followed by ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlackTheSeries'') not only softens our detection of MiB agents, but makes them easier to blending in. This allows them to neutralize us easier and prevent them from being known by everyone as they are now considered by ever single person, a piece of fiction.

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* The movie ''Film/MenInBlack'' (followed by ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlackTheSeries'') not only softens our detection of MiB [=MiB=] agents, but makes them easier to blending in. This allows them to neutralize us easier and prevent them from being known by everyone as they are now considered by ever single person, a piece of fiction.


[[WMG: The [=Men in Black=] made this movie to soften our detection of MiB agents]]

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[[WMG: The [=Men in Black=] made this movie to soften our detection of MiB [=MiB=] agents]]


* The movie MenInBlack (followed by MenInBlackTheSeries) not only softens our detection of MiB agents, but makes them easier to blending in. This allows them to neutralize us easier and prevent them from being known by everyone as they are now considered by ever single person, a piece of fiction.

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* The movie MenInBlack ''Film/MenInBlack'' (followed by MenInBlackTheSeries) ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlackTheSeries'') not only softens our detection of MiB agents, but makes them easier to blending in. This allows them to neutralize us easier and prevent them from being known by everyone as they are now considered by ever single person, a piece of fiction.

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* ''WMG/MenInBlackInternational''


''Additional Notes:'' The other reason for recording their massive cases out into the public is because it's their visual records, with the written ones kept in their files and database.

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* ''Additional Notes:'' The other reason for recording their massive cases out into the public is because it's their visual records, with the written ones kept in their files and database.

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[[WMG: The [=Men in Black=] made this movie to soften our detection of MiB agents]]
* The movie MenInBlack (followed by MenInBlackTheSeries) not only softens our detection of MiB agents, but makes them easier to blending in. This allows them to neutralize us easier and prevent them from being known by everyone as they are now considered by ever single person, a piece of fiction.
''Additional Notes:'' The other reason for recording their massive cases out into the public is because it's their visual records, with the written ones kept in their files and database.


[[WMG: StarWars is based on real events]]
The first movie had an off-hand reference to Corellians. The third film had an Arcanian, which is also a StarWarsExpandedUniverse race. Finally, the original movie showed Creator/GeorgeLucas to be one of the undercover aliens - he probably wrote StarWars as a fictitious story, involving actual places and customs he was familiar with.

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[[WMG: StarWars ''Franchise/StarWars'' is based on real events]]
The first movie had an off-hand reference to Corellians. The third film had an Arcanian, which is also a StarWarsExpandedUniverse ''Franchise/{{Star Wars|Legends}}'' race. Finally, the original movie showed Creator/GeorgeLucas to be one of the undercover aliens - he probably wrote StarWars as a fictitious story, involving actual places and customs he was familiar with.


[[index]]
* ''WMG/MenInBlackII''
* ''WMG/MenInBlack3''
* ''WMG/MenInBlackTheSeries''
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!General



[[WMG: Laurel is a necrophiliac.]]
* Seems Legit



[[WMG: Neuralizer Uses Are Logged]]

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[[WMG: Neuralizer Uses Are Logged]]uses are logged.]]



[[WMG: Someone in the cast is into Vorarephilia.]]

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[[WMG: Someone in the cast crew is into Vorarephilia.vorarephilia.]]



[[WMG: Agent K is a secret voraphile]]
Nuff said.

[[WMG: They have knowledge of about half the other Sony-created movie/cartoons and their characters, creatures and equipment.]]
The MIB (in the cartoon-verse) keep tabs on the [[WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters Ghost]][[WesternAnimaion/ExtremeGhostbusters busters]], provided covert assistance to [[WesternAnimation/GodzillaTheSeries HEAT and Zilla]] when they fought against the psychic aliens, they've dealt with [[WesternAnimation/MaxSteel N-Tek]] (though after N-Tek's government funding was cut off, they have doubts as to how long Max Steel can keep operating), [[WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures Section 13]] has met with them concerning various issues, they have their own [[WesternAnimation/DragonTales dragon scale]] (and in turn have met with Quetzal, and keep tabs on Max and Emmy), have investigated rumors of a [[WesternAnimation/{{Jumanji}} strange board game wreaking havoc in New Hampshire]], and have also learned of the existence of a [[Film/StuartLittle small, anthropomorphic mouse living in New York with a human family]]. However, since most of these assorted phenomena aren't aliens, they normally don't deal with them (though they're still investigating where exactly Dragon Land is- pocket dimension, another planet, floating hidden island even- to determine if that would fall under their purview).

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** It might work in the field, like how modern CIA could use John, Jack, Mary, and Jane but how do they speck to each other at their base?

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** * It might work in the field, like how modern CIA could use John, Jack, Mary, and Jane but how do they speck to each other at their base?



[[WMG: The MIB are undercover fairies from artemis fowl.]]

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[[WMG: The MIB are undercover fairies from artemis fowl.ArtemisFowl.]]



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* Interestingly, both organizations are international, and are so secretive that they do not serve any government.



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* Not to mention that both organizations love to make extensive use of LaserGuidedAmnesia to silence witnesses.


[[WMG: MiB suits are actually high tech armor]]
We see Agent J getting tossed around alot, stuff that would shatter his spine or at least break ribs. J just shrugs it off. My conclusion is that the MiB suit contains an inertia dampener and probably anti-energy weapon/bullet resistant armor. Still there is quite a lot that can penetrate the suit, so they don't tell the new guy, to prevent delusions of invulnerability.

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[[WMG: MiB [=MiB=] suits are actually high tech armor]]
We see Agent J getting tossed around alot, stuff that would shatter his spine or at least break ribs. J just shrugs it off. My conclusion is that the MiB [=MiB=] suit contains an inertia dampener and probably anti-energy weapon/bullet resistant armor. Still there is quite a lot that can penetrate the suit, so they don't tell the new guy, to prevent delusions of invulnerability.



He did so under the assumed identity of Colonel Phillips while travelling back in time to 1942. He convinced Dr. Abraham Erskine, an alien who lived in the days before MiB, to use his advanced alien technology help him create a super soldier for SHIELD in the present day in the program that Steve Rodgers would eventually enroll in. After Captain Rodgers crashed the plane into the ice, Kay put him in suspended animation (using technology confuscated from the aliens in ''Film/CloseEncountersOfTheThirdKind'') to keep him alive before putting him back for SHIELD to find in 2011.

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He did so under the assumed identity of Colonel Phillips while travelling back in time to 1942. He convinced Dr. Abraham Erskine, an alien who lived in the days before MiB, [=MiB=], to use his advanced alien technology help him create a super soldier for SHIELD in the present day in the program that Steve Rodgers would eventually enroll in. After Captain Rodgers crashed the plane into the ice, Kay put him in suspended animation (using technology confuscated from the aliens in ''Film/CloseEncountersOfTheThirdKind'') to keep him alive before putting him back for SHIELD to find in 2011.

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