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* AffectionateParody

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* BenevolentBoss[=/=]AFatherToHisMen: Chief seems to genuinely care for 250's well-being.
* CloakAndDagger: To the point that Sections M and S are nicknamed the "cloak" and "dagger" Sections, respectively.
* CodeName
** EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Boss, Chief, and Quartermaster.
** YouAreNumberSix: The agents have numeric designations.
* CoveredWithScars: 250.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome
* DentedIron: 250, causing his transfer to Section M.
* {{Expy}}: Which is [[AffectionateParody not at all surprising]].
** Agent 300 of James Bond.
** Boss of M.

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* BenevolentBoss[=/=]AFatherToHisMen: Chief seems to genuinely care for 250's well-being.
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%%* CloakAndDagger: To the point that Sections M and S are nicknamed the "cloak" and "dagger" Sections, respectively.
* %%* CodeName
** %%** EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Boss, Chief, and Quartermaster.
** %%** YouAreNumberSix: The agents have numeric designations.
* %%* CoveredWithScars: 250.
* %%* DeliberatelyMonochrome
* %%* DentedIron: 250, causing his transfer to Section M.
* %%* {{Expy}}: Which is [[AffectionateParody not at all surprising]].
** %%** Agent 300 of James Bond.
** %%** Boss of M.M.
* AFatherToHisMen: Chief seems to genuinely care for 250's well-being.



* IronLady: Boss.
* LuminescentBlush: 250, despite being a battle-hardened, scarred Stealth Monster, does this a lot.
* ManlyGay: 250.

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* %%* IronLady: Boss.
* %%* LuminescentBlush: 250, despite being a battle-hardened, scarred Stealth Monster, does this a lot.
* %%* ManlyGay: 250.



* OvertOperative: 300.
* RatedMForManly: 250, especially if he has anything to say about it.
* SharpDressedMan: 300.
* SmugSmiler: 300.
* SpyCatsuit: 250s "sneaking suit".
* SpyFiction
* StealthExpert: 250.
* StraightGay: 250.
* SuperDeformed: Occasionally.
* TuxedoAndMartini: 300's style of agent-ing.

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* %%* OvertOperative: 300.
* %%* RatedMForManly: 250, especially if he has anything to say about it.
* %%* SharpDressedMan: 300.
* %%* SmugSmiler: 300.
* %%* SpyCatsuit: 250s "sneaking suit".
* %%* SpyFiction
* %%* StealthExpert: 250.
* %%* StraightGay: 250.
* %%* SuperDeformed: Occasionally.
* %%* TuxedoAndMartini: 300's style of agent-ing.


* NobodyOverFiftyIsGay: 250 may be approaching fifty, but he's still this trope.


'''Secret Agent Men''' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic centered on the Agents of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang]]''.

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'''Secret ''Secret Agent Men''' Men'' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic centered on the Agents of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang]]''.



!Secret Agent Men exhibits examples of:

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!Secret !!Secret Agent Men exhibits examples of:

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[[caption-width-right:350: Agents 300 and 250 doing their thing]]



* CodeName: Everyone.

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* CodeName: Everyone.CodeName


'''Secret Agent Men''' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic centering on the Agents of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang]]''.

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'''Secret Agent Men''' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic centering centered on the Agents of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang]]''.


'''Secret Agent Men''' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic. An approved fan-made “spin-off” of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang]]'', it focuses on Agents 250 and 300, exploring their missions and misadventures in Section M of the enigmatic Agency as well as their individual struggles with identity and self-perception.

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'''Secret Agent Men''' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic. An approved fan-made “spin-off” webcomic centering on the Agents of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang]]''.

The comic begins with Agent 250 fighting a transfer to a noncombat department within the Agency. Despite his assertions that he is still MadeOfIron, his boss at Section S recognizes that [[DentedIron 250's body is beginning to fail him]] and guilts the agent into giving the transfer a chance. Upon arriving at Section M, 250 is partnered with Agent 300, a smug manipulator. Despite his instant distrust of 300, 250 grudgingly accepts their first mission and... that's about as far as the comic's gotten.

Although one of the comic's stated goals is to fit with the canon
of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang]]'', it focuses on Agents 250 and 300, exploring their missions and misadventures in Section M the apparent re-imagining of the enigmatic Agency as well as their individual struggles with identity and self-perception.
Agents' first meeting makes it clear that the authors are taking a BroadStrokes approach.

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* AirVentPassageway
-->'''300:''' Aren't you notorious for rooting around in the ducts and electrical, causing power outages and turning sprinklers on and off?
* BenevolentBoss[=/=]AFatherToHisMen: Chief seems to genuinely care for 250's well-being.


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* DentedIron: 250, causing his transfer to Section M.
* {{Expy}}: Which is [[AffectionateParody not at all surprising]].
** Agent 300 of James Bond.
** Boss of M.


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* IronLady: Boss.


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* StealthExpert: 250.


* CoveredWithScars: 250

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* CodeName: Everyone.
** EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Boss, Chief, and Quartermaster.
** YouAreNumberSix: The agents have numeric designations.
* CoveredWithScars: 250250.



* GlowingEyes: 250 has them.

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* GlowingEyes: 250 has them.them, not that they do anything other than look cool.



* NoSuchAgency: Since it is not tied to any government or organization, the Agency officially does not exist.



* SuperDeformed

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* SuperDeformedSuperDeformed: Occasionally.


* DeliberatelyMonochrome: with some exceptions (namely, every major character has their unique color / colored item)

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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: with some exceptions (namely, every major character has their unique color / colored item)DeliberatelyMonochrome

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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: with some exceptions (namely, every major character has their unique color / colored item)
* GlowingEyes: 250 has them.


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* SpyCatsuit: 250s "sneaking suit".


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* SuperDeformed

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* CoveredWithScars: 250


'''Secret Agent Men''' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic. An approved “spin-off” of Niels & Gang, it focuses on Agents 250 and 300, exploring their missions and misadventures in Section M of the enigmatic Agency as well as their individual struggles with identity and self-perception.

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'''Secret Agent Men''' is an action-y spy-genre parody webcomic. An approved fan-made “spin-off” of ''[[Webcomic/{{Niels}} Niels & Gang, Gang]]'', it focuses on Agents 250 and 300, exploring their missions and misadventures in Section M of the enigmatic Agency as well as their individual struggles with identity and self-perception.
self-perception.

The comic updates on Tuesdays and Fridays both at [[http://secretagentmen.net/ its website]] and [[http://funkdog.deviantart.com/ the artist's deviantArt account]].



* AffectionateParody



* OriginalFlavour: Strives for this.

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* OriginalFlavour: Strives for this.this with regards to ''Webcomic/{{Niels}}''.


* OriginalFlavour: Strives for this.
* SharpDressedMan: 300.

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* OriginalFlavour: Strives for this.
* SharpDressedMan: 300.
CloakAndDagger: To the point that Sections M and S are nicknamed the "cloak" and "dagger" Sections, respectively.



* ManlyGay: 250

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* ManlyGay: 250250.
* NobodyOverFiftyIsGay: 250 may be approaching fifty, but he's still this trope.
* OriginalFlavour: Strives for this.
* OvertOperative: 300.
* RatedMForManly: 250, especially if he has anything to say about it.
* SharpDressedMan: 300.
* SmugSmiler: 300.
* SpyFiction
* StraightGay: 250.
* TuxedoAndMartini: 300's style of agent-ing.


* SharpDressedMan: 300.

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* SharpDressedMan: 300.300.
* LuminescentBlush: 250, despite being a battle-hardened, scarred Stealth Monster, does this a lot.
* ManlyGay: 250

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