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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_3'); })When viewed from the outside, The United States of America comes in different flavors. As with most stereotypes, there is a certain amount of Truth in Television in both of them.
America The Beautiful
A peaceful paradise on earth full of friendly, wise, and good-hearted people whose prosperity is their (God-given) reward for their impeccable virtue. Theirs is a shining city upon a hill guided by destiny — a land of freedom, justice, wealth, and luck, where people can leave their pasts behind and make new lives for themselves, far away from the stratified social structures and open ethno-religious bigotry and violence of the Old World. In short, this is the flavor that embodies The American Dream. Sometimes based on American media during The '50s and The Silver Age of Comic Books, which portrayed the United States of America as a homey, tradition-sticking, almost saccharine world of Heroes that was built on nuclear family values, love, and old-fashioned simple mindsets. This flavor is, of course, no 'truer' than any other - and especially not when it comes to individual US citizens.
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America The Boorish
A Crapsack Land full of war-mongering, ignorant Jerkasses whose infuriating prosperity is the product of their infinite greed. Americans come into your country either as tourists or invaders, always acting like they own the place and letting you know how it 'should be' run. In the rural areas of the Deep South and The Wild West, you'll find obese, Red-baiting, Bible-thumping, heteronormative Gun Nut Moral Guardians who subsist on a diet of synthetic fast food and TV dinners, while in the cities, you'll find criminals that rule the ghettoes, vapid and anorexic rich bitches from Hollywood, California (or trying to emulate it), and social Darwinist, Scrooge-like corporate profiteers who view poor people as a plague upon humanity. Also if you're an immigrant or a minority, be prepared to be treated as a second class citizen at best or vermin at the worst. Last but not least, they suck at global geography. As with the above, this flavor is no 'truer' than any other - and especially not when it comes to individual US citizens.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_1'); })Mixed Flavor
Others series just decide to split the difference, treating America as the Boisterous Bruiser Idiot Hero of nations — rude, crude, clueless, obnoxious, and vaguely psychotic (ironically, many of these words can very easily describe many people in other countries), but still good-natured beneath it all. A famous saying, often misattributed to Winston Churchill, sums up this portrayal well: "You can always count on Americans to do the right thing — after they've tried everything else."
This trope is about outsiders looking at the US, so most of the information here is heavily stereotyped and extremely culturally offensive to actual Americans. If you happen to see a work that portrays the United States or Americans as a whole as The Boorish, but it's an American production, that's a case of Cultural Cringe or Boomerang Bigot; likewise, an American indulging in The Beautiful is not this trope, either, and would better fit into Creator Provincialism. If the work in question doesn't delve into judgment but refers to the US culture and history by both structuralist and functionalist examples then you're probably reading an in-depth history book.
The memetic term 'Murica is related to these interpretations: that America is either a Land of Heroes, or a Wretched Hive.
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Watchmen:
The Comedian is an amoral, trigger-happy, sadistic black ops US agent who also happens to be a rapist and mass-murderer. In a dark subversion/deconstruction of the Captain Patriotic, he wears a flag-printed costume as a way of mocking the American way; he doesn't actually care about American values and only became a masked vigilante as an outlet to vent his violent urges.
Hector Godfrey of the New Frontiersman is also a strong example. To better elaborate, he once wrote an article in which he actually tried defending the Ku Klux Klan.
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Mass is set around 1970, amidst the background of the (imperialist) U.S.'s support of the ascendant, would-be Philippine dictator, Ferdinand Marcos. Protests are raised over this as well as the gigantic U.S. bases then active in the Philippines at the time.
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In the Anime The Ping-Pong Club, the tall, hairy, blonde-haired, blue-eyed, extremely smelly Mitchell Tanabe is... you guessed it. American.
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The protagonist of The Forbidden Kingdom has aspects of both Beautiful and Boorish. He's eager and idealistic, but despite his encyclopedic knowledge of Chop Socky movies, he has no clue how to properly behave in another culture.
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Principal Kunō from Ranma ½, a truly bizarre character with a penchant for loud shirts and whose catch phrase is "Oh my God!" Not actually American, but a Japanese citizen who spent a few years in the States (specifically Hawaii) and "went native" — though he was already insane before then, he just picked up "Ugly American Tourist" traits by doing so.
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The "Hollywood World" episode of Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi could be called Beautiful, insofar as it is a love letter to Hollywood cinema.
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The third episode of the 1990s OVAs of Black Jack features the "Federal Unites," complete with shots of the Statue of Liberty. This Eagleland is a corrupt, imperialist bully bent on controlling and oppressing weaker nations for the sake of their resources. This makes it very satisfying when Dr. Black Jack beats the crap out of the Vice President for murdering his patient.
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The Western Frontier is America's analogue in the Battalion Wars series. Curiously for a British-made series that started in 2005, the Western Frontier is a benevolent mixture of Beautiful and Boorish, with the Boorish aspects mostly there for silliness' sake. The Western Frontier's forces are best described as part 1980's G.I. Joe and part high school (gridiron) football team with the aesthetics the U.S. Army had during and between World War II and the Vietnam War. In Battalion Wars II, all music associated with the Frontier strongly evokes famous Western films: compare the music for the mission "Wings of the Gunship" with the main theme from The Magnificent Seven (1960). The Frontier's front-man flag officer, General Herman, talks and acts just like a high school football coach and is always looking forward to the next war, though he doesn't cross into General Ripper territory. Brigadier Betty, particularly in the first game, is as much of a baton-twirling cheerleader as she is a general. Even the soldiers, right down to the basic Grunts, talk as if war is nothing more than a sporting event. It's a not-so-subtle allusion to the European view that Americans are naive when it comes to the horrors of war, but it's downplayed as many of the other nations are just as silly.
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Ni no Kuni opens the game in Motortown, an affectionate, idealized vision of 1950s-era small-town America.
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In Magic Knight Rayearth, Autozam represents the United States of America. Though the emissaries from it- Eagle Vision, Geo Metro, and Zazu Torque are perfectly pleasant people with Autozam's best interest in mind, they do want to take over Cephiro because Autozam is running out of energy. Eagle Vision- the president's son- is even designed to resemble a bald eagle!
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All of the US Navy ships in Kantai Collection qualify, with Iowa particularly full of this. She's depicted in a very over-the-top, Patriotic manner, and is firmly on the side of the good guys.
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Captain Archer of Star Trek: Enterprise is from a single-government future Earth, but his American origins are still evident. He envisions himself as a Bold Explorer, but is highly judgmental of alien practices, and actually brings his dog to a sacred tree grove on another planet. His moral grandstanding often gets him in trouble and bothers his Vulcan first officer, but sometimes his blunt approach does have good results. When put on trial by the Klingons at one point, his defense lawyer's argument boils down to "he's a bumbling idiot, but his heart is in the right place."
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Code Name STEAM features an American-based Steampunk task force. It's a Multinational Team with members from all over the globe (and beyond), its leader Abraham Lincoln is a dignified statesman yet unafraid to get his hands dirty if need be, and all its members are nothing but heroic, friendly and brave soldiers.
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Polandball: America is frequently depicted as fat, stupid, and wanting to "liberate" other countries. Example.
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The American president in Love Actually fits neatly into the second category, a combination of Bill Clinton (a sleazy womanizer) and George W. Bush (bullying behavior and accent). When the UK's prime minister (played by Hugh Grant, of course) tells him off, it is portrayed as his defining moment as a leader.
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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The patriotism displayed by many of the side characters (such as Ben the Soldier) tends towards the Beautiful. However, whenever the Gang decides to get patriotic, it immediately descends into the Boorish, to the point that they sometimes justify their crassness with the excuse "It's American."
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In one of the earlier books in the manga version of Ah! My Goddess, Keiichi races against two students from a California technical institute. In a portrayal that can only be described as disgustingly offensive, they are shown as hypercompetitive, cheating, and, in the girl's case, obsessed with looks.
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Gunsmith Cats portrays Chicago as a mix of nice place and Gangster Land, in keeping with its loving homage to Hollywood action movies, with girls, guns, and fast cars.
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This continues when the presenters transferred to a new show, The Grand Tour. The new test driver is simply referred to as "the American", the presenters made jokes about how he thinks everything is Communist, and he spent all his test runs complaining about the foreign cars and the hosts. He was replaced after the first season, in Hammond's words, "because you all hated him."
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Metal Wolf Chaos involves a very boisterous, idealistic, and badass President single-handedly fighting a coup d'etat by his own Vice President and the U.S. military—with plenty of ensuing collateral damage. Depending on whom you ask, this game is a parody of the Patriotic Fervor that all Americans are assumed to have as well as an exaggeration of their supposed Boisterous Bruiser nature or the most awesome portrayal of the President of the Great United States of America (FUCK YEAH!!!) ever.
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In Bruges:
Ray comes across three morbidly obese American tourists whom he (rather rudely) advises not to climb the Belfry Tower.
Then there is the cocky American-accented couple whom Ray knocks out (who turn out to be Canadian), and the midget actor:
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After the End: A Crusader Kings II Mod is set 600 years after an apocalyptic event which caused the collapse of the United States. The various former constituents and culturally divergent groups have since broken up into their own small feudal nation states, with plenty of misremembered history to go around. The major religion of many parts of the US is the Americanist movement, where the Founding Fathers have been taken up as Physical Gods who once walked among men, and documents like the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence have become religious texts. Another major religion is the Consumerists, who worship "The Almighty Dollar" and believe the world ended because people didn't spend money enough. Whether this counts as Beautiful, Boorish or bit of both varies from game to game depending on individual characters and the actions of the AI or the player.
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Summer Wars brings in a mix; while Love Machine itself was released by the United States Department of Defense in a deliberate cyber attack on Oz for no other purpose than to test its capabilities, a lot of Americans pitch in their accounts at the climax to bring Love Machine down. Over all, it seems to depict the U.S. Military/government as the bad guys but the citizens themselves as good people.
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A case could be made that Kumogakure in Naruto is the America of the Narutoverse, particularly a mix of both types. It has the most racially diverse population of the ninja villages, the strongest military, as well as the strongest economy. In contrast, Konohagakure could be seen like Japan, having the highest population but average military and above-average economy (though this may change if we see what its stats were before Pain's attack). Konoha was loosely based on Kishimoto's hometown, which is right next to an American military base. Hence, while the cultural attitudes of Konoha are clearly Japanese, most of the main characters hold decidedly American attitudes toward combat, such as never leaving a man behind.
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Sol Badguy of Guilty Gear is an example of an American character with an "All-American" vibe in a Japanese fighting game. He loves rock music (especially Queen), he smokes, he has a sword that you load bullets into like a revolver and looks like a giant Zippo, he speaks with a very lazy American drawl, he spouts tough one liners, and he's a bit of a sardonic unfriendly prick with a hidden good side. He's a bit of a puzzle considering America no longer exists in the Guilty Gear 'verse, but it all makes sense when you learn that he was born in The '80s.
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Anthony from Doki Doki School Hours is like a male version of Patricia. At one point he shows everyone a photo of his 14-year-old kid sister — an large-busted (perhaps implausibly so for her age) blonde cheerleader.
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Meriken from Afganisu-tan web series, very much the personification of America the Boorish. She's first shown on the White House lawn, singing that the whole world was made just for her. The 9/11 attacks, in which over 3,000 people were killed, are shown as a stray cat (representing Osama bin-Laden) biting Meriken. She goes marauding and rampaging over a helpless, terrified Afganis-tan in response, destroying her home while trying to catch the mischievous cat. Meriken then gives Afghanis-tan a stern warning to take more responsibility for her house so this doesn't happen again.
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Wheeler, the sole American member of the team in Captain Planet and the Planeteers, often held the Strawman Ball, but his heart's in the right place.
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Following in the footsteps of Roy Fokker, Mobile Suit Gundam 00's Graham Aker is every bit The Beautiful (in season one at least). First, he's an American fighter pilot whose skill is enough that he can pull Char Aznable-level maneuvers in non-GN powered mecha (usually his beloved Union Flag) and thereby fight Gundams one on one with no hindrance. Second, he's A Father to His Men and an Officer and a Gentleman, possessing personal honor that's only surpassed by Sergei Smirnov and straight on dedication to his comrades and subordinates (even those that belittle him). His one personality quirk is his strange obsession with protagonist Setsuna F. Seiei, which he often compares to romantic lovenote No, Graham isn't homosexual, he realizes that he and Setsuna are fated rivals., but even that doesn't detract from his personality. Overall, if Graham had an actual love interest, he would have been the closest Gundam iteration has made to Top Gun, which it has attempted more than once.
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The Redneck Snipers in the sequel might be the best example: They are introduced in a cutscene which shows them sitting around, drinking beer and complaining about the liberals and the "gummint." In-game, they prioritize shooting living humans over zombies and start whooping and bragging about their "American steel" if they manage to kill a character.
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The third novel (and thus the final story arc of the original anime) has American submarine Captain Killy B. Sailor, who's obsessed with hunting down the mysterious "ghost submarine" (the Tuatha De Danaan) because he's convinced it's part of a Japanese plot, at one point attempting to rouse his men by saying "Remember Pearl Harbor!" However, the rest of the crew is portrayed as level-headed, competent sailors who are frustrated with their skipper's Ahab act and either ignore him, or try to stop him when he wants to go too far. In the novels beyond the anime, he gets a "Die Hard" on an X plot where he's treated like a nutcase (the people in the know even snidely refer to him as "John McLane"), but he's also redeemed when it's revealed that he was friends with Tessa Testarossa's parents before they were killed, and after he learns that she's the captain of the TdD he pulls a Big Damn Heroes moment near the end of the story.
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The German-language version of Cats Don't Dance subtly shifts a single line of evil child star Darla Dimple's dialogue to suggest a more cutthroat and purely-for-the-money version of Hollywood:
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An episode of Excel Saga is set in America the Boorish, with a humongous New York that seemed to be nothing but Mafiosi and slums. Obviously Played for Laughs, though; Excel immediately recognizes that she is in America by landing "...in the very definition of a slum." She tries to interact with the locals on their own level, hilariously badly. In the dub, she just spits out as many stereotyped gang-slang phrases she can think of; the trivia tags feature notes that in the original version it was an even more eclectic collection of vaguely offensive faux-(and not-so-faux) Americanisms.
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The You're Under Arrest!: No Mercy special had the two Lovely Angels of the show, already with a reputation in their traffic department back in Tokyo for excessive "enthusiasm," go on an exchange program of sorts to Los Angeles, where they are allowed to hunt down stolen car and gun dealers with shotguns. The other Inexplicably Identical Individuals — members of the LAPD, for that matter, see nothing wrong with threatening to shoot a suspect for being "criminal scum".
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In what has to be the pinnacle of a Beautiful American in anime, or hell, any medium for that matter, we have Roy Fokker from Super Dimension Fortress Macross who plays the role of Big Brother Mentor and The Lancer, though he is a bit of Handsome Lech. However, he is very devoted to Claudia.
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The Discworld of A.A. Pessimal introduces The Semi-United States of Aceria, a natural extension of what was originally Canada, Eh? to take in less "Canadian" and more "American" National Stereotypes. As can be expected, the SUSA goes Up to Eleven.
Semi-United States so far introduced in the Discworld include Elevensee note Tenessee taken Up to Eleven - you may pray for, err, Deliverance, New Pork note  historically, New Ankh-Morpork, but abbreviated. Californicatia, and as a result of colonisation of an inhospitable swamp populated by alligators and biting insects, The Land Of The Florid People. More are to follow. As the Discworld's USA/Canada - canonically - is a Fantasy Counterpart Culture of the USA as it was in the 1700's and 1800's, mention has also been made of a Wild Widdershins.
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The above quote is parodied in Nextwave, where Elsa Bloodstone, fighting a Captain America-imitation while wearing a European Union shirt, refuses to "lay there and get used to being the victim." "Victim? Do you think this letter on my chest stands for America?"◊ (Boorish, obviously, but the entire book takes Refuge in Audacity and is Played for Laughs.)
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The floating city of Columbia, the setting of BioShock Infinite. It was originally created as a showcase of American ingenuity for the World's Fair—but when a hostage situation occurred during the Boxer Rebellion in China, Columbia acted without orders and revealed its bombardment capabilities, slaughtering Chinese civilians. It later seceded from the Union and is now crazy nativist. One of the many pieces of propaganda in the city perfectly encapsulates the mentality present: a mural depicting one of the Founding Fathers standing on a rock, holding the Liberty Bell in his outstretched hand...and the Ten Commandments on his other arm...while surrounding by a surly, grasping mob of some of the most ugly racial and ethnic caricatures you've ever seen.
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Tora! Tora! Tora!: Most of the Japanese officers see America as Boorish, but Admiral Yamamoto sees it far more as Beautiful.
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It's subverted a bit with Torchwood: Children of Earth. The American general who shows up makes many (deserving) accusations against the British (in the context of this universe anyways) during his visit. There's even a bit of a nod towards the tendency towards Boorish Eagleland when at the end, the Prime Minister intends to save his career by blaming it all on America.
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Colonel Dan Eagleman from Guilty Crown, the Token Good Teammate of the otherwise evil GHQ organisation. A former high school gym coach turned military commander wearing the red, white and blue on his jacket and a Hot-Blooded Love Freak Boisterous Bruiser, Eagleman constantly interjects exclamations of "GUTS!" and similar encouragements into his speeches and having plans Crazy Enough to Work.
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John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman's podcast The Bugle has "the American" (played by Rory Albanese, whom Oliver works with on The Daily Show), whose entire character is Boorish. For instance, when told that the American dollar is neither the strongest currency in the world nor accepted in other countries: "I don't believe you."
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An episode of Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain features The Brain threatening France with a weapon that turns what they love most, cheese, into what they hate most: Stupid American Tourists.
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Scandinavia and the World:
Brother/Sister America are mostly Boorish caricatures, but done in a good-natured enough way that it can be classified as a mix. Brother America tries very hard to be The Beautiful, but he is too impulsive and oblivious to actually pull it off. Their Beautiful tendencies are shown when the Scandinavians visit America, although they're still kind of jerks in a sort of teenagerish way.
This comic takes the trope head-on: basically, America is that immature fratboy who you quickly find out is really friendly and good-hearted but is also a very typical fratboy.
What's more, both siblings actually embody the stereotypes from both of America's political sectors. Brother America is a dedicated right-winger who opposes gun control, gay rights, and immigration while being religious, and Sister America is a pastiche of Hollywood liberalism and vanity, with her fake boobs, airhead tendencies, and rabid support of gay rights to the extent that she ships Denmark and Norway. The author and most of the comic's fanbase have a lot more in common with Sister America socially and politically, but that hasn't stopped them from satirizing the American left just like the American right.
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The American team in the baseball episode of Samurai Champloo are definitely Boorish. They are portrayed as blatantly cheating, violent, murderous thugs who consider the Japanese team to be ignorant savages. They also keep going on and on about American superiority. When the game dissolves into a beaning match which ends with Mugen as the last man standing, he then yells "Go back to your own damn country!" The narrator then helpfully adds that the Americans went home in shame, with a profound fear of the Japanese people.
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Kamen Rider Drive offers a few strange examples. Though he's ethnically Japanese, Second Rider Gou Shijima/Kamen Rider Mach has spent the last few years in America training and comes back to Japan with a boisterous, in-your-face American attitude (complete with a long introduction Catch-Phrase said every time he transforms), and is initially a bit of a Jerk Assnote His attitude being that since the Riders' powers come from the same source as their enemies', there's nothing wrong with taking morally questionable actions to defeat them; Drive opposes him, mostly because he's a By-the-Book Cop. However, it's revealed he has a pretty big Freudian Excuse (His father is the Big Bad and the one who started all this mess to begin with by inventing the Roidmudes), and over time he mellows out.
We also have Gou's mentor, Professor Harley Hendrickson, who only puts in a couple of appearances but is portrayed as a genial, boisterous, Santa-like genius on a motorcycle who helps the heroes out whenever he can. Drive's mentor/sentient Transformation Trinket Mr. Belt (Krim Steinbelt) MIGHT countnote He's played by a Japanese-American actor, but the character's ethnicity never comes up in the series; he's a good-hearted and noble scientist who comes to view Shinnosuke as family, but his main flaw is keeping secrets, which he drops early in the show.
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The America of the Grand Theft Auto series is Boorish to its logical extreme. Many people—including those from the UK (its actual country of origin)—are convinced that Grand Theft Auto is an American game. Granted, a great deal of the GTA Radio segments which flesh out the Boorish elements were written by Rockstar NYC.
Grand Theft Auto IV goes even deeper: Niko Bellic comes to the United States with visions of a Beautiful America floating in his mind and instead finds himself in one of the most extreme Boorish examples ever seen by the series... and he still would rather live here than where he came from.
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Dracula has a pretty good example of the Beautiful in Quincey Morris. One of Lucy's three suitors, he's presented as a cowboy-type from Texas, informal but friendly and honorable. Strangely, although repeatedly described by his friends as a man of action, he doesn't engage in all that much of it until he suffers a mortal wound fighting the gypsies that protect Dracula's coffin at the end and striking one of the fatal blows to kill Dracula.
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Civilization tends to be this flavor, with a lean towards Beautiful. Most Civs are given strengths based on historical positives, so as to not offend, but the AI and sometimes play style tends to push into some of the Civ's other less savory personalities. America's leaders tend to be either Washington or Lincoln and evoke freedom and tolerance. That said, the AI is also coded to strongly hate warmongers and has no problem declaring war on nations that tick them off in such a way. Civ VI is the best champion of the former trope, where under Teddy Roosevelt, America practices big stick diplomacy, and will fight for the freedom of any Civ that shares a continent with him and is the lone civ that gets benefits for environmentalist plays (getting bonus from National Parks, which require tiles with high levels of natural beauty and unspoiled by development. Civ V on the other hand, had an AI that favored Communism as it's form of government and was quite expansive.
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In Untold Tales Of Spiderman #-1, Richard and Mary Parker (Peter Parker's parents) exploited this point of view in India by playing "Ugly Americans" with two goons guarding an enemy installation, portraying themselves as crude and tacky tourists while asking the guards if they'd be so nice as to take their picture. Figuring they had better send these annoying foreigners on their way as quickly and with as little drama as possible, the guards fell for the ruse, the "camera" the Parkers gave them actually being a knock-out gas dispenser.
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While America doesn't make an appearance until one of the final episodes of Speed Grapher, the portrayal is definitely this type. The American President (very clearly George W. Bush in the dub) is among the world leaders discussing dealing with the situation in Japan, and they launch missiles into the middle of Tokyo as a response, and their motives for doing this are completely corrupt. Admittedly, the series also presents all Japanese politicians (and arguably all politicians in general) as corrupt.
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Uncle Sam from Sinfest probably counts simply because, while he is portrayed as being a clueless egomaniac with borderline tyrannical habits, he is also generally portrayed as wanting to do the right thing and often just completely misunderstanding what that is and does seem to genuinely love his wife. Of course, he's mostly abandoned those aspects since he cheated on his wife inside a computer (best not to question how this happened).
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In the Metal Gear series, American society is broken beyond repair due to being ruled covertly by the Philosophers and the Patriots. Therefore, any actions America undergoes as a nation are bad for everyone, or (in the rare case they're good) had the intention of being bad for everyone (like the Navy's actions at the end of Metal Gear Solid 4 — while they ended up stopping Liquid, their actual intention was to preserve the Government's ability to control soldiers). However, on an individual level, the majority of the Americans are well-intentioned—even the Patriots. Special note—the final boss of Metal Gear Solid 2 is the ex-president of the US. However, the current President of the US genuinely takes responsibility for his selfish and power-seeking actions, and heroically agrees to die to save his country from his mistake (on the other hand, it is also heavily implied that the "power-seeking actions" were actually spawned and manipulated by the Patriots so they could trick him into participating in the S3 plan).
And though the former president ultimately resorts to terrorist actions with Arsenal Gear, his goal was to restore American freedom by releasing the Patriots' grip on society, which happens anyway at the end of MGS4. Come to think of it, every hero or (human) Well-Intentioned Extremist villain through the series seems to have an unwavering love of American ideals.
Comes to a bizarre head in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. In short, both the heroes and villains are fighting to revive The Beautiful values from a Boorish society, but disagree on both the method to do so—as well as disagreeing on the very notion of what makes America "Beautiful." The Bladewolf DLC has Khamsin, who is very much Boorish: obsessed with the idea of freedom and bringing it by force.
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Persona 2 has Mr. Tominaga, a chiropractor who is obsessed with American culture. He has patches such as NASA and FBI on his jacket, wears a red and white striped shirt and a blue with white stars tie, has an American flag in his office, and is convinced that his Goldfingeeeeers can cure anything. Interestingly enough, he's Japanese but studied chiropractic in America. Amusingly, wearing a FBI patch, depending on context, could be a full on federal crime in the United States. Pretending to be a law enforcement officer is serious business.
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A Certain Magical Index and its spinoff A Certain Scientific Railgun:
Both series are somewhat ambiguous in their view of America, as the majority of the plot tends to occur in Japan, England and the continents in between the two. While the Americans are occasionally referenced as the "World Police," it's not made clear whether this is positive or negative in context until the Railgun SS Liberal Arts City, which presents America as being obsessed with their status as the World Police to the point they're ready to go to some pretty atrocious lengths to gain power comparable to Academy City. The majority of the civilians in the short story are also portrayed as none to bright, thinking that very real threats are nothing more than performances. This is further muddled by the fact that the story takes place in a "city" that is essentially a movie studio theme park (think MGM) Turned Up to Eleven that is ultimately revealed to have been explicitly created for the purpose of allowing the American forces to carry out their battles with a magical cabal and acquire their power without the populace realizing it. A mixed bag overall.
The American President (an original character) makes a prominent appearance in New Testament. While he is shown to be loud, shamelessly flirtatious, and very unconcerned with decorum, he is also a friendly, decent man who does his personal best to stop the conflict in the story with the minimum amount of bloodshed.
For the most part, the author tends to focus on America's gun ownership laws whenever Americans show up in the story, implying that all Americans own one, carry it around everywhere, and are well-versed in its use. This leads to a very humorous scene where American tourists at a beach are being asked to hand in their sidearms upon entrance.
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Though you only see him for a minute in GoldenEye Wii, Sky Briggs is an unabashedly Boorish Eaglelander—he greets you with a friendly drawl, walks with a swaggering mosey, and confidently boasts that his "boys" are ready to face any threat with their superior firepower.
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GaoGaiGar is probably one of the most positive depictions of America by non-American properties. Swan White and her brother Stallion are kind, noble, and friendly—if a bit histrionic, tending toward cries of "Oh No!" or "Oh My God!" (or, once, "Jesus!"), as well as speaking in odd accents; Dr. Liger, who presumably emigrated from Japan, is a genius scientist well as a hoverboard-riding mohawked iconoclast; and the American Brave Robo Mic Sounders the Thirteenth, while speaking in gratuitous Engrish in his childlike Cosmo mode ("MAI FRENDZU" is a favorite phrase), is probably the second most powerful robot built by Earth. So, in general, Americans are smart, polite, friendly, a bit openly emotional by Japanese standards, and possessed of The Power of Rock. Sounds about right, actually.
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'Rocky portrays America as exclusively Boorish, but it is also made abundantly clear that this has more to do with Rocky being an Unreliable Narrator with a Hair-Trigger Temper and a bee up his arse about his American ex-girlfriend than with anything about America.
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XKCD subverts the Boorish flavor—specifically the ever-popular "The World According to Americans" map made by the Jigsaw Lounge — with its own "The World According to Americans."
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In Pokémon Adventures, Lt. Surge starts out as the Boorish: a power-hungry Psycho for Hire that climbed to the top ranks of Team Rocket and got his jollies beating the crap out of a teenage boy with a lightning BFG and an enslaved minor Physical God. However, he starts transitioning out of it in later arcs, with the Yellow arc having him pull an Enemy Mine and being surprisingly honorable in holding his end, and the Silver and Gold has him pull a full Heel–Face Turn, now running a perfectly legal enterprise with his ship the S.S. Anne and later trying to talk his old Team Rocket pals (referring to them by name, despite the fact that they're generic mooks) out of doing something bad. Granted, they're being mind controlled by Pryce, but he does it out of genuine concern for them, and it's the reason the legendary Pokémon Raikou teams up with him. He never goes full Beautiful, but his positive traits are much more in focus.
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Phantom of Inferno actually Lampshades this a bit during the Japanese chapter of the game, where a young girl finds out that the two American exchange students in her class are really gun-toting assassins on the run. Later on when she witnesses another pair pulling weapons on each other over a disagreement she wonders aloud if ALL Americans are like this. The assassin Drei (One of the pair mentioned) is the best example of the trope, a blond, big-breasted Psycho for Hire who engages on several long, obnoxious rants about how corrupt and pathetic the Japanese are. She's contrasted with more sympathetic examples however, and given reasons for her unpleasant personality.
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Robur the Conqueror: High-powered and boorish American inventors decide ballooning is Serious Business, and build a Cool Airship to prove it ... but a non-American Mad Scientist with a much better aircraft design has other ideas. Kidnapping ensues!
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The Marvel supervillain, Nuke, a psychotic super soldier who is obsessed with killing "enemies of America". He's basically a very twisted version of Captain America.
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Azumanga Daioh: When Osaka learns Chiyo plans to study abroad, she seems to think Chiyo will get shot the minute she steps off the plane. Also this is Osaka we're talking about. When she imagines Chiyo becoming the president (which Chiyo outright tells her is impossible) she pictures America being populated by a horde of tiny, big-headed Chiyo-chans.
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Subverted in EVE Online: the Gallente Federation is clearly modeled on the United States. Everyone drinks their soft drinks and watches their entertainment, they bang on about freedom all the time, and their government has a Senate, President, and Supreme Court. The subversion: they're actually French.
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Andoran from the Pathfinder RPG is an idealized colonial-era Fantasy Counterpart Culture example that leans towards Beautiful. They're Neutral Good and everyone acknowledges that their hearts are in the right place, but they're also seen as pushy and imperialistic, and their behavior often falls short of their ideals.
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In Shuriken Sentai Ninninger, Sixth Ranger Kinji is a mess of American stereotypes: he's a cowboy, he loves rock music and partying, and he goofs off in fights slightly by taking time to take selfies with the monsters. But while he's kind of silly, his ninjitsu is entirely self-taught out of admiration for master ninja Yoshitaka Igasaki, and he's extremely friendly, becoming fast friends with the Ninningers even as he would periodically attack them to prove his strength to Yoshitaka. Unlike a lot of cases, his loud and Hot-Blooded nature is pointed out not as an American cultural trait, but something that makes him a lot like Takaharu (ie, a Stock Shōnen Hero).
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The French graphic novel Quai D Orsay exploits it for all its worth. The politicians that represent the United States, while looking kind and being nice to talk to, want nothing more than to conquer the world by having a new war to start up so that they might end up having entire nations under their control, hiding all of those ideas behind euphemisms. Entire chapters are devoted to stopping the United States from declaring a war.
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Top Gear (UK) is particularly infamous for going over the top Boorish in its portrayal of US. Not only do the presenters call Americans fat, lazy, and stupid with every mention of anything American, but the show proceeds to present mock evidence to all stereotypes. They took this to new heights during the American Challenge special (Series 9, Episode 3), where the presenters went on a cross-country drive; in fact, the US state department retaliated to the bad publicity of the American Challenge episode by revoking their filming visas. Among the highlights of that episode; a lawyer of a "charitable" organization tried to extort money from them. Even the "American Stig," the American version of the racing driver that tests their cars, was wearing stuffed overalls to appear obese. They also purposely and openly trolled Southern locals with stereotypical things Southerners weren't supposed to like painted on their cars, and were chased off by people angered by the Top Gear crew being condescending assholes. Well, they got the reactions they wanted, which made for good filming—but it's hard to say if they enjoyed it.
Jeremy Clarkson once flirted with an American audience member by saying "You can't be American. You're not nearly fat enough."
Clarkson's comments about Americans are particularly ironic given that if he were American, he'd be the archetypal Boorish. Which is the reason a lot of British people don't like him any more than they do the US.
Also, the whole gang loves American muscle cars, which are basically The Boorish in automotive form.
This continues when the presenters transferred to a new show, The Grand Tour. The new test driver is simply referred to as "the American", the presenters made jokes about how he thinks everything is Communist, and he spent all his test runs complaining about the foreign cars and the hosts. He was replaced after the first season, in Hammond's words, "because you all hated him."
Also in the first season of The Grand Tour, when filming internationally, both episodes filmed in America involved the presenters indulging in Cultural Posturing (the RAF vs. the US Air Force in one, which sport deserves to be called "football" in the other) that provoked an argument with the audience and escalated into an offscreen fistfight. (All clearly staged and Played for Laughs.) It probably would have been a Running Gag had the crew not shifted to a permanent studio in later seasons.
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In The Triplets of Belleville, Belleville closely resembles New York City. All of its citizens seen in the background are grotesquely obese. Even the Statue of Liberty is a fat woman holding a cheeseburger. On the other hand, they are portrayed as polite, happy, hard-working, and if they have the time to, helpful to anyone in need.
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In the third season of Future Card Buddyfight, America's representatives in the Tournament Arc tend toward the Boorish, consisting of a big dumb brute, a Corrupt Corporate Executive who is also an arms dealer in his spare time, and recurring character Noboru Kodo, an arrogant Jerk with a Heart of Gold who divides his time between Japan and the States. That said, America itself is depicted more in line with the Beautiful variant with authority figures being overall reasonable and bystanders generally being a nice bunch. Hell, one of the three credits sequences for the season is just Gao and friends going around and seeing the sights, though they do get into some wacky hijinks in the process.
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Fallout 4 helps mix it even more with deeper insight into pre-war American home life: While the game still contains strong hints of Boorishness (such as xenophobia demonstrated in the rather...harsh treatment of Asian-Americans at highway checkpoints), it also shows that behind the jingoism and 50's cliches, many Americans were just honest people trying to live their everyday lives, even as the threats of civil unrest, dwindling oil reserves, and nuclear war loomed over them. Even some of the Vault-Tech scientists are given some positive shades, in the case of Vault 81 where the scientists refused to take part in the experiment once it began, instead allowing the residents to live healthy and happy lives instead of being made guinea pigs by their bosses.
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Early '90s show Mad Bull 34 sends a Japanese policeman on exchange to New York's 34th precinct to be buddies with "Sleepy" John Estes, the most violent cop on the force, who cleans up the Big Apple's crime problem with shotguns, grenades, and a wanton disregard for legal procedure.
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In an interesting example (at least of reader reactions), during Civil War reporter Sally Floyd accused Cap of being out of touch with modern America. While it was apparently supposed to be taken seriously, her examples of "modern America" involved American Idol, MySpace, and NASCAR so most (American) readers took it as an insulting Boorish stereotype and began to hate her.
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Orvil Newton from Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 Hours and 11 Minutes) is a brash, reckless and very impulsive character who KO's a guy when his back is turned and endangers the film's damsel, but still is one of the most honest and likable people in the entire race. He even throws the first place (and the astronomical prize he needs to get home again) to save another pilot in distress. Still, he isn't any less of a national caricature than anyone else in the film.
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Lucky Star has Patricia Martin, who is ostensibly an American gaijin otaku. She may represent America a bit better than most, because she speaks fluent Japanese, having learned the entirety of the language from watching anime... However, she's also depicted as being a bit air-headed and somewhat under-educated in true Japanese culture outside of Animeland. Patty's quite clearly modeled on the stereotypical Japanophile, so this isn't that far from Truth in Television. Patty is somewhat an Affectionate Parody of Western Otaku as her characterization isn't mean-spirited in any way and she's portrayed for the most part as a harmless eccentric. She doesn't do anything stereotypically American such as threaten to sue or pack heat or any of the things more commonly associated with Eagleland, though her physical appearance is a Phenotype Stereotype (blue eyes, big boobs, blonde).
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The Rocket Age America is a mixed flavour version. The American Army on Mars is busy empire building and in a cold war with the State Department. However, there's also the Rocket Rangers, possibly the most inclusive and idealistic organisation in the solar system, that has frequently gone against government policy to do the right thing.
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One of the teams in the video game Rival Schools: United by Fate is three American exchange students; an arrogant bully (Roy), a ditzy cheerleader (Tiffany), and a preacher in training (Boman). Of these three, Roy and Tiffany (especially Roy) exhibit Boorishness: While Tiffany was generally nice, she exhibits a typical 'ditzy bimbo' attitude; Roy's bullying attitude stemmed from the fact that his grandfather was a war hero wounded by Japanese soldiers during World War II, so he disliked Japan in general thanks to that and became prejudiced to its people there. All three are cast as villains, though, due to a case of Brainwashed and Crazy after getting kidnapped by the villains of the game. By the end, all three become better people by interacting with the more cultured and honorable Japanese students. Roy and Tiffany bring their newfound tolerance back home, while Boman stays in Japan to bridge the difference between the two nations. Roy actually becomes the President of the United States some decades later, with Tiffany as his wife and First Lady.
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In Eureka Seven AO, which unlike the original anime takes place in the modern world (though it diverged after World War II), America is more or less presented as one would expect: the modern day superpower that's constantly out to influence global affairs, much to the annoyance of the good guys. Having said that, individual American soldiers are represented in a relatively good light; for example, in Episode 10, soldiers are seen defending civilians against Truth and the latest Secret (though to no avail on either), and when Generation Bleu came to their aid, they radioed their thanks. AO presents Japan in more or less the same light as America, namely in its treatment of Okinawa (which is independent in this timeline).
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Getter Robo:
After the apocalypse in Shin Getter Robo Armageddon, the remaining nations struggle to survive against immortal aliens. A group of Americans come onto the Japanese base with the aim of destroying Shin Getter and killing all the personnel. Their reason? They think the Japanese caused the disaster that flooded the surface with Getter radiation, killing about 90% of the population, and drove them underground. In truth, the UN over-reacted and launched a nuke at the, at the time, highly volatile Shin Dragon. Gai calls them out on this, asking why the Japanese would drop the bomb on themselves. They have a Heel–Face Turn near the end of the OVA. One of the American pilots basically realizes he was being a jackass, and comments that using getter rays doesn't make someone evil. Later on the American pilots (along with everyone else) show up to defend a space station, so that the Getter Team can go on the offensive.
In the original Getter Robo series and the Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo OAV, we get the Texas Mack robot unit shaped as a cowboy and its horse, piloted by the siblings Jack and Mary King. The depictions of Jack King vary as well; in the original Getter Robo, he was so Boorish that even the Japanese found it a bit ridiculous and offensive. In Shin vs. Neo, however, he at first appears to be Boorish (a bit of a jerk, refusing to use Japanese, speaking bluntly, etc.) but quickly shows that he's willing to defend his country and his allies, even at great personal risk, without so much as a half-moment of hesitation.
The Americans in Getter Robo Go are not the nicest people. They are grateful for Getter's help but won't share parts due Japan's past history of not assisting allies, specifically when Japan needed oil during the Gulf War but didn't help in the fighting. American pilot Schwartz takes the cake and is a total racist that hates everything non-white. On the upside, Schwartz's co-pilot repeatedly kept him from picking on the Japanese, and toward the end of the series he does start to realize the error of his ways.
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Zatch Bell! contains a team of superheroes called the Majestic Twelve, who are portrayed as amazingly incompetent. The only female member is named Big Boing (Lady Susan in the dub) and her superpowers consist of having huge breasts, smelling like lavender (in the English dub) and commenting every moment with the word "Yeah!" But Apollo and Jeed are the American characters that we see most, and both are definite Beautiful.
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New Horizon has Xanadu, a mostly Beautiful stereotype that happens to be quite racist. Of course, this is a a faction on an alien colony in the future instead of America proper but...
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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington seems to start out as Beautiful with the character of Jefferson Smith being basically a walking case of The All-American Boy as a Wide-Eyed Idealist, visiting the Lincoln Memorial and quoting the Constitution. However, once Smith gets to Washington, he has a rude awakening to the reality of political corruption and graft, and sees that even senators he's idolized have sold out to rich party bosses. The film still winds up being mostly idealistic, but not so naive: American ideals are fine, but the American government may not always live up to them.
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Ad Astra Per Aspera: A much more chaotic Reconstruction leads to the United States adopting a militant, autocratic mindset, leading to the steady erosion of democracy. After a series of wars of conquest in the 19th and 20th centuries, the US is reformed into an absolute monarchy. When America is destroyed in a nuclear war in the 23rd century, its colonies in space unite into the Coalition of Western Republics, which can best be described as a mixture of OTL Fifties America and Nazi Germany.
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Ben There, Dan That! features an alternate reality where the UK has been annexed as the 51st American state. Pretty much everything here is some form or other of gentle (or not-so-gentle) Take That! to America. There's the portly guy sitting around in a miniscule castle calling himself the king, there's the shut-down fish and chip shop, and just listen to what they think of our beer when they visit the "authentic English pub" (the soulless American pisswater is the only thing the barman will serve. He's such a collossal pussy that he'll demand more ID than any rational person would carry before he'll serve the robust, flavorful, and actually-counts-as-alcoholic British lager).
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The Fallout games have some mixed examples:
The pre-war United States was a Sugar Bowl pastiche of 1950's values, a patriotic heaven filled with wholesome American families, and friendly, freedom-loving people. But it was all a thin veneer: the real pre-war United States was a jingoistic, imperialist, Orwellian nightmare that thought nothing of violently annexing Canadian territory and shipping potential dissidents off to concentration camps to be guinea pigs in perverted science experiments. It pretty much deserved to get nuked off the face of the earth.
The New California Republic, which deliberately modelled itself on the ideals of old world America, was truthfully a rather nice place to live led by noble, democratically-elected leaders dedicated to traditional American values such as liberty, democracy, and rule of law. However, this didn't stop them from occasionally relying on dirty political tricks to get new towns to join. By Fallout: New Vegas, the grim realities of running a functional democratic nation in a post-apocalyptic world have meant that it's had to rely on militant and underhanded tactics, the president is subverted continually by the power and influence of the brahmin barons, corruption and incompetence is rampant at all levels of their bloated bureaucracy... but most (and we do mean most) people in it still try to live up to the ideals originally set out when their country was first founded.
Fallout 4 helps mix it even more with deeper insight into pre-war American home life: While the game still contains strong hints of Boorishness (such as xenophobia demonstrated in the rather...harsh treatment of Asian-Americans at highway checkpoints), it also shows that behind the jingoism and 50's cliches, many Americans were just honest people trying to live their everyday lives, even as the threats of civil unrest, dwindling oil reserves, and nuclear war loomed over them. Even some of the Vault-Tech scientists are given some positive shades, in the case of Vault 81 where the scientists refused to take part in the experiment once it began, instead allowing the residents to live healthy and happy lives instead of being made guinea pigs by their bosses.
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Mobile Suit Gundam SEED had Atlantic Federation — consisting of North America with South America as an additional member after a recent annexation — who acted more as The Empire thanks to being a power base for Blue Cosmos, who later assumed direct control over it and later Earth Alliance after the military forces of moderate members were given Thanatos Gambit at JOSH-A. This turned Up to Eleven in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny where their upper echelon members were portrayed as For the Evulz.
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Duo Maxwell from Mobile Suit Gundam Wing isn't from America proper, but rather a space colony that belongs to America. Either way, he can be seen as a combination of both types, being boisterous, flirtatious, and a bit eager to reap first and ask questions later, but is also a genuinely nice and friendly guy who's dedicated to his friends and the cause of bringing peace. Being American doesn't really influence his character apart from being the Token White in the Five-Token Band; a lot of his more outgoing traits come simply because he's The Lancer to Heero, who is very much The Stoic. That said, Duo is insanely popular, being the most popular character among Western viewers, and a close second in Japan (behind, of course, Heero).
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Pokémon Colosseum and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, however, take place in a crime ridden wasteland with the cowboy themed "rider" trainer class, "based on" Phoenix, Arizona. Somehow, it still has a seaport.
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Detective Heart of America is an eagle statue who "gets a boner for freedom". According to Heart of America, said freedom includes putting your dick in anything you want.
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A montage in Godzilla: Final Wars shows daily life in various world cities being interrupted by daikaiju attacks. Apparently, daily life in New York consists of pimps pulling guns on cops in the middle of the street. Also, the two American main characters are a quite possibly insane Badass Normal (emphasis on the "badass") and a self-important Nietzsche Wannabe, neither of whom, despite living in Tokyo, ever say one word in Japanese. Kazama only really spoke English in like two parts of the movie: during the Ebirah fight and the "Watch it, X Man!" line.
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Moscow on the Hudson, starring Robin Williams as a Russian immigrant, is a perfect example. The joys and freedoms of Vladimir's new country are mixed with poverty and crime, but the film ends on a hopeful note after Vladimir has established his new life.
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A Bit of Fry and Laurie does this occasionally, notably in "Kicking Ass" and "From Here To Just Over There".
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Star Cops: In "Trivial Games and Paranoid Pursuits", the series indulges in the "Americans are jingoistic war-mongers" stereotype. Commander Griffin is a cigar-chomping, Soviet-hating hothead.
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Iron Sky: The American President is a Sarah Palin parody.
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Carrie from Bamboo Blade is depicted as a somewhat stereotypical American Boor. She is obnoxious and in-your-face, extremely arrogant, and generally disregards the traditional rules of Kendo in favor of practices she thinks are more cool. However, by the end of the anime series, she and her rival Miya-Miya do seem to have a grudging respect for one another.
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Full Metal Panic!:
The third novel (and thus the final story arc of the original anime) has American submarine Captain Killy B. Sailor, who's obsessed with hunting down the mysterious "ghost submarine" (the Tuatha De Danaan) because he's convinced it's part of a Japanese plot, at one point attempting to rouse his men by saying "Remember Pearl Harbor!" However, the rest of the crew is portrayed as level-headed, competent sailors who are frustrated with their skipper's Ahab act and either ignore him, or try to stop him when he wants to go too far. In the novels beyond the anime, he gets a "Die Hard" on an X plot where he's treated like a nutcase (the people in the know even snidely refer to him as "John McLane"), but he's also redeemed when it's revealed that he was friends with Tessa Testarossa's parents before they were killed, and after he learns that she's the captain of the TdD he pulls a Big Damn Heroes moment near the end of the story.
An odd example comes from the series' female lead Kaname Chidori, who's ethnically Japanese but spent part of her youth in New York City, which is why she's so aggressive and emotionally open (personality traits that are less regarded in Japan). While she does tend to blow her stack at Sōsuke (not saying he doesn't deserve some of it, mind...), she's also an Action Girl who refuses to just cower in a corner when the bad guys come after her, and has come up with plans that have saved her and Sōsuke's lives more than once.
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The Boorish is parodied in an article on The Onion "China To Overtake US As World's Biggest Asshole by 2020" suggesting that China's growing economic and military strength will make it the future equivalent to Boorish America.
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Urban Chaos: Riot Response, if one disregards a lot of the Alternate Character Interpretations, tends toward The Beautiful. Putting aside the fact that the player character is a member of an anti-terrorist police unit with military hardware, all of the regular police, firefighters, and paramedics encountered are courageous and hard-working, and civilian bystanders are always innocent. The bad guys happen to be an anti-American militia trying to kill as many Americans as they can—and that includes using stolen nuclear weapons.
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The Yoroiden Samurai Troopers/Ronin Warriors OAV "Gaiden" takes place mostly in New York City, although they manage to feature some action in Los Angeles towards the end for good measure. Apparently, the OAV's Big Bad carries out his attacks in Manhattan even though his base of operations is located in L.A. The 3000-mile distance between the two cities doesn't mean anything to him...or to the writers.
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The Gundam franchise has been introducing American characters as far back as Sleggar Law in the original series; the shows don't generally ascribe positive or negative traits to any nations, instead making the characters well-rounded regardless of their national origin. For example, Sleggar is a drinker, a shameless flirt, and a bit of a slob, but he's also a talented pilot, an honorable soldier, and a Cool Big Bro figure. The acts he's most famous for are telling off Mirai Yashima's fiancé for hitting her (and apologizing to the man when he sticks his neck out for White Base) and performing a Heroic Sacrifice that allows Amuro's Gundam to defeat the Big Zam.
It's been claimed that Sleggar was the inspiration behind Roy Fokker of Macross fame. See above.
Chibodee Crocket from Mobile Fighter G Gundam straddles the line between Beautiful and Boorish. He's brash, boisterous, eager to pick fights with Domon (who he refers to as "Japanese", or "Neo-Japan" in the dub), and occasionally makes boasts he can't back up. He's also a Self-Made Man who looks out for the little guy, is fiercely loyal to his friends, treats women very well despite being a total flirt, and is one of the strongest warriors in the world. Initially he only fights to satisfy his own pride, but after several hardships like being infected with the DG cells and being almost abandoned by his crew to learn to truly love fighting. And his favorite song is "America the Beautiful" (though this was only in the dub, while the original Japanese version used a different song entirely).
His mobile suit deserves mention, too. If Gundam Maxter's design is any indication, the Japanese believe that all Americans are surfing, football-playing boxer cowboys. And it'd be terrible to disappoint them. In canon, you get the impression Chibodee drew up the design himself and just combined a bunch of things he thinks are cool.
Duo Maxwell from Mobile Suit Gundam Wing isn't from America proper, but rather a space colony that belongs to America. Either way, he can be seen as a combination of both types, being boisterous, flirtatious, and a bit eager to reap first and ask questions later, but is also a genuinely nice and friendly guy who's dedicated to his friends and the cause of bringing peace. Being American doesn't really influence his character apart from being the Token White in the Five-Token Band; a lot of his more outgoing traits come simply because he's The Lancer to Heero, who is very much The Stoic. That said, Duo is insanely popular, being the most popular character among Western viewers, and a close second in Japan (behind, of course, Heero).
Gundam Build Fighters continues the tradition with Nils Nielsen, a Japanese-American of African descent. He started off the series in a poor position with the fans viewing him as a Gary Stu (he's a Teen Genius and an unrelenting Occidental Otakunote Though in hindsight one could see the samurai themes to Nils' character as a result of the One of Us camaraderie younger Japanese feel toward American anime fans and Japanophiles. See in Real Life below) and disliking how he looks down on people who enjoy Gunpla Battle. However, over the course of the show he demonstrates real feats of valor and determination, becomes a staunch ally of the protagonists, and by the end admits that he enjoys Gunpla and the Gundam franchise just as much as they do. There's also the fact that he's the Only Sane Man in regards to the show's overall plot, being the only character who says "We have this incredible technology that animates plastic, and the only thing we do with it is make model robots fight each other?" By the end of the series, he helps re-create the Plavsky Particle after its original source vanishes, meaning he's the reason Gunpla Battles can continue, and in the sequel series he's grown up, mellowed out, married his love interest, and runs a gigantic laboratory that serves as a training camp for Gunpla Battle teams. Unfortunately, he's had to retire from the game himself, saying that his comprehensive knowledge of the system would give him an unfair advantage.
Build Fighters also has Greco Logan, a minor character who generally fits into the Beautiful side of things (being a noble Spirited Competitor from America) but doesn't get much screentime. Viewers tend to see him as an affectionate nod to the franchise's American fanbase, especially since he uses a Tallgeese and Gundam Wing was the series that jump-started said fandom.
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The Prince of Tennis features the American arc, where a team of prodigy American players gathered by a money-hungry tycoon and coach (Richard Baker) come to Japan to play against a team formed by the best Japanese junior high players. Among the stereotypes found are:
a cheerful red-neck and ex-cowboy who acts happy very happy-go-lucky (Billy Cassidy),
an angry German immigrant who is disenchanted after the loss of his American dream (Arnold Igashov),
two ultra-pretty and super close brothers raised in the Bronx and rescued from their abusive household (Tom and Terry Griffy),
a Chinese American obsessed with perfection, taking it after an equally perfectionist family(Michael Lee),
a huge bully specialized in lots of sports but seriously lacking sportsmanship (Bobby Marx), and
the son of one of Nanjiroh's old rivals, who acts very violent and angsty because of his own convoluted backstory (Kevin Smith).
Hell, Ryoma himself could qualified as well. He was raised in America, which could explain his incredibly arrogant, condecending, better-than-you actitude and the total lack of respect he shows towards his upperclassmen, with Tesuka being the sole exception.
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The anime series Baccano!! plays with the Boorish flavor through its tons of characters in Mafia-run Chicago/New York City and a runaway train between the two. Some are silly, some are wimpy, some are batshit insane and the rest of them...
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Death Note — especially the manga — has some combination of both types, but surprisingly a lot of the Beautiful. The FBI are among the first to pursue Kira in the first arc; in the second arc the SPK are established and funded by the US government, and in the manga president David Hoope kills himself when he believes Mello is going to manipulate him into launching a nuclear weapon. On the other hand, Hoope's successor is a panicky coward who cuts off ties with the SPK and announces that the United States will no longer pursue Kira. The English dub (recorded in Canada) even gives him a Bush-like faux-Southern accent.
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Both the Beautiful and Boorish perceptions of America get parodied in the Finnish satirical animation Pasila. The conversation paraphrased:
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Lexx in its Season Four is very much America the Boorish in its portrayal of the United States. Stupid moralistic rednecks, the prison industrial complex, crazy survivalists, suburban misery behind a facade of perfection, teenage druggies, criminals, heartless porn stars, reality TV... And the evil, crooked, and not-too-intelligent president is armed with nuclear weapons and is a puppet of a pure evil being. Of course, every country comes off badly on Lexx.
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In Pokémon Red and Blue, their sequels, and their remakes, the Gym Leader Lt. Surge is The Beautiful. He appears to have the usual good sportsmanship required to be a gym leader and he is even said to be a war hero (as noted below, though, many adaptations make him Boorish).
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America The Boorish shows up in Darker Than Black a couple of times. In the first season, the guy overseeing the American embassy is a stuck-up idiot who deliberately gets in the way of Misaki Kirihara's attempts to prevent a terrorist attack by The Syndicate, and won't even let the Japanese police in to help security when "someone" drops a smoke bomb outside as an obvious distraction, which leads to the immortal line: "Don't test my patience-" * KABOOM* . In the second season, attempts by the American government to restore their superpower status are one of the causes of the Mêlée à Trois. It's too mind-screwy to really tell, but the ending of the second season seems to cement America as this version it essentially implies they successfully invade/conquer Japan.
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The setting of Pokémon Black and White, called Unova (Isshu in the Japanese versions), is based on New York City and its metropolitan area, where the previous games were based on regions of Japan. There are football players, Southern Belles, talk about the greatness of diversity, and so on—it even includes a literal American Eagle in the Pokémon Braviary.
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CollegeHumor portrays the average American citizen as someone who's in a relationship with an abusive boyfriend, but who defends him when others bring up their concerns about him.
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killer7 contains examples of both types. Going into detail would take a while. Put simply, there are three different views. Firstly, we have pro-America; most of the playable characters are part American, and they are presented as less insane than Japan (a view that many Westerners hold) and, as Cloudman proves, less fanatical about the Yakumo. On the other hand, they're dicks who forced democracy onto Japan and then didn't even notice that Japan turned the tables and rigged all of America's elections. Matsuken offers a different view; they're completely self-obsessed and no-one else can comprehend American values, with him just shrugging off Garcian's Armor-Piercing Question about what the United States is. Within the OST you have a track called ''American Diplomacy'', which depicts it as if they were aliens invading earth in a B-Movie.
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The Lone Gunmen: Byers is polite, patriotic, and a borderline Wide-Eyed Idealist, considering this is The X-Files universe. (And yes, the actor was Canadian) However, he's in a universe where Boorish Americans are way too common. The contrast between the idealistic Byers and the obnoxious reality around them is usually Played for Laughs.
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My Hero Academia plays with this with All Might and Captain Celebrity. All Might fits the American Captain Patriotic trope well, being blonde and blue-eyed with a Heroic Build and naming his attacks after US states. However, he's Japanese, although he got his start as a hero in America. Captain Celebrity is a definite Type 2, being an Attention Whore who's only in heroics for the fame and money. This attitude is also why he can't find work in America and is in Japan in the first place.
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Fear, Loathing and Gumbo on the Campaign Trail '72: America under the Donald Rumsfeld administration is quite probably one of the worst representations of Boorish America ever put to writing. You see, President Rumsfeld is a psychopath who bases every single policy on anarcho-capitalist/free market principles while doing anything to put down anything that even remotely whiffs of communism - to give you an idea, Britain under a Labour government is too far left for his tastes. The end result is an ultra-right-wing, corporate-authoritarian/quasi-fascist America that even many right-wingers like Nixon, Reagan and Tom Clancy are flat horrified by. Under the Rumsfeld administration, all forms of commercial regulation, social welfare and workers' rights are removed and working wages are slashed in half all across the board, leaving millions of working-class Americans in dreadful poverty and slave-like working conditions. All environmental standards are removed too, so corporate pollution and climate change are actively encouraged. President Rumsfeld likes to remove political opponents by diagnosing them with bogus mental health claims and sending them off to Bedlam Houses, and also maintains black-shirts who look for any books which criticise free market economics and burn them. Hollywood becomes a right-wing Propaganda Machine which vilifies FDR and the New Deal as communist plots. To top it all off, the US military is sold off and falls under Private Military Contractors who equip soldiers with woefully substandard equipment and even execute their own wounded to avoid paying for medical expenses. It really is, if you'll pardon the pun, the land of the Almighty Dollar in the worst possible way.
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Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro gives us a Boorish Eaglelander during a trip to a traditional Japanese Hot Spring. As well as ticking all the Phenotype Stereotype boxes (blond hair, blue eyes, large nose), and having a surprisingly plausible accent (until he has to speak English...), he whistles the "Star-Spangled Banner" to himself, hates Japanese culture, but pretends to love it just to get close to a woman, threatens to sue for the slightest slight, keeps a massive revolver in his pants, kills a woman for refusing to give him "her resources" (her love), thinks that losing his pride is reasonable grounds for self-defense and is obsessed with working out to the point of walking around shirtless, dressed like someone from an L.A. street gang. Oh, and he calls America "a law enforcing Empire" which "raised [him] to have an emotionless heart". The kicker is that the episode ends as An Aesop about how people shouldn't be so narrow minded and intolerant of other people's culture. In a later chapter that arc's first villain reveals that he used the poor man as the first test subject for the electronic drug, which exaggerates something people like in order to warp them into killers making this an Exploited Trope: he most likely picked the American instead of his other graduate students because he thought people would fall for it, and he was right. This turns that story's moral about xenophobia into a Space Whale Aesop: don't miss important clues because of xenophobic assumptions about Americans or a computer might take over the world.
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The manga version of Bokurano portrays America this way, even though Americans themselves are very rarely shown. Characters usually speak with disgust about the United States, saying that the country is stuck thinking it's the world's sole superpower, and worry that the U.S. may invade Japan using the manga's events as a pretext. In fact, the U.S. never actually does anything antagonistic in the manga, meaning such ramblings about it are nothing more than hatred and paranoia-induced ignorance.
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Yankee Doodle Dandy, a Biopic of George M. Cohan starring James Cagney, had just started production when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Warner Bros. decided to make the most patriotic, Beautiful Eagleland movie ever made. It works.
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Disgaea: Hour of Darkness has an odd example of this trope. Although not blatantly stated to be American, CAPTAIN GORDON, DEFENDER OF EARTH! and his crew are an Affectionate Parody of the classic view of American sci-fi heroes and television shows from the mid-20th century, particularly Flash Gordon and Lost in Space. The rest of the Earth Defense Force seems to also be fashioned after classic American sci-fi as well. Interesting in that the two sets of characters seem to represent both of the above types, with the heroic Defenders of Earth crew portraying the Beautiful type, and the Earth's invasion army portraying the Boorish.
Jennifer, in the Japanese version, routinely blurts out incredibly stereotypical American things: "Jesus!", "Oh my gaw!", and "OH!", for starters.
Turn the Greek Chorus on in the DS port, and when Gordon tells Carter to have a parade ready for his triumphant return, and the Prinny says "This is a typical American victory speech. And let's not forget the 'smart American' joke, either."
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The Bronze Age characters in S.M. Stirling's Nantucket series refer to the time-displaced Americans as "The Eagle People." The Beautiful is represented by the Republic, The Boorish by Walker's slave-based empire.
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Amanda O'Neill, introduced in the Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade OVA, is an Irish-American student. She's a bit cool and aloof and was introduced after she got in trouble for trying to steal from the magic school's vaults, but gets along well with her fellow "problem students" and has no qualms helping main character Akko out when they're put in charge of putting together the titular parade. Her TV series portrayal depicts her as a feisty rebel who likes to go by her own rules and causes trouble simply because she's bored. However, Amanda is very protective of her friends and will jump at the first chance to help them, no questions asked.
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The depiction of Americans in the Gravitation manga is... odd. The country is represented in early volumes by a semi-realistic New York criminal underground and the gun-toting, very, very Texan (although good-hearted) K; this and some miscellaneous executives are all that made it to the anime. In later volumes, however, they actually go to New York, where we meet K's family and the even crazier Rage, who flies a giant robotic panda through cities and has a tendency to shoot people with a (non-lethal) bazooka. Notably, the escapades of the American characters get at least two bodyguards killed (one of Ryuichi's shot by Rage's and one of Judy's thrown out an airplane window by K) with no fanfare whatsoever. What takes the cake, however, has to be Yoshiaki's comment that she doesn't object to Yuki killing her brother, nor would most Americans...because gang rape is a capital crime in the US.
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Pokémon:
In Pokémon Red and Blue, their sequels, and their remakes, the Gym Leader Lt. Surge is The Beautiful. He appears to have the usual good sportsmanship required to be a gym leader and he is even said to be a war hero (as noted below, though, many adaptations make him Boorish).
The setting of Pokémon Black and White, called Unova (Isshu in the Japanese versions), is based on New York City and its metropolitan area, where the previous games were based on regions of Japan. There are football players, Southern Belles, talk about the greatness of diversity, and so on—it even includes a literal American Eagle in the Pokémon Braviary.
Pokémon Colosseum and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, however, take place in a crime ridden wasteland with the cowboy themed "rider" trainer class, "based on" Phoenix, Arizona. Somehow, it still has a seaport.
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In Quantum of Solace the Americans are portrayed as being generally sleazy and amoral, with the exception of Felix Leiter.
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Super Macho Man in Punch-Out!! Wii could be considered a deconstruction of the standard All-American Face, as the (American) audience hates his guts, and with good reason. He's a smug smarmy Californian bodybuilder obsessed with his own fame, money and appearance, and enjoys flaunting his wealth (and pecs) over Little Mac. He's also a total Heel who knocks the referee over and treats the press like crap, even as he basks in their attention.
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Gamble Fish has King Omaha, the manga version of of Barack Obama who exudes patriotism and honor in just about every panel he's in. On the other hand, there are those (especially in America) who consider him an obnoxious Parody Sue, with his admittedly Marty Stu-esque actions throughout the story (such as reversing the Rapid Aging of two young girls by draping them with an American flag to taking on the main villain in Russian Roulette and surviving the headshot) being satire of Obama's more...controversial aspects and depictions, if not America's in general.
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The Read or Die franchise has Drake, a mixed example of both types, to contrast with the pathetic American president. As an American, he is terse, antisocial and sometimes downright rude. However he is brave and loyal to a fault, is moved to tears by the murder of one of his clients, and he cares deeply for his family.
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Zettai Karen Children has the thinly veiled nation of Comerica taking the place of America. The Comericans (mostly ESPer team The Liberty Bells) fall somewhere between the two types of Eaglelanders. They are brash and outspoken, but more than willing to help out BABEL.
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Kimagure Orange Road both subverts it (manga) and plays it straight (OVA). In the manga story, Kyosuke, Madoka, and a new girl Sayuri (not Hikaru) find themselves on vacation in Hawaii. One day, Sayuri disappears after going to her room to change. After unsuccessfully searching for her, they believe her to have been kidnapped. Later, they get a phone call in their hotel room, telling them to go to certain locations, ending in a yacht in the harbor. The owner of the yacht tells them to spend the night, and that he'll be back in the morning with their breakfast. Since neither of them know what "breakfast" means, they assume it is something rather sinister. After a night of drinking, the owner returns, brings them their food, and produces a gun...which happens to be a lighter for his pipe. Turns out they were mistaken for a newlywed couple who had ordered a honeymoon package of sorts, and told to go to their locations. And Sayuri had gone off to a bar to hunt guys, completely forgetting about her friends. The OVA, however, had Hikaru actually being kidnapped by crazy mooks with guns, and ended with a final shootout, with the police (or any sensible Americans) nowhere to be seen.
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Subversion: In Beck, the eponymous band was, according to the opening song, "made to hit in America," and the band trying to make it over there was the subject of much of the series. However, their idea of fitting in is wearing t-shirts that say "Jesus is Coming", and America is shown rather realistically (despite some pretty bad Engrish signage).
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The Marmalade Boy anime has several characters who incarnated diverse variations of Eagleland #2. The one who shows up more often is Michael Grant, who started learning Japanese after watching several Japanese movies, acts like an overactive Genki Boy and is quite fixated on his host sister, Miki. Also, we have Yuu's American friends and schoolmates: a Hot-Blooded semi Jerk Jock (Brian), a blonde Clingy Jealous Girl (Jenny), a sweet and homely Cool Big Sis (Doris) and young man who pretends to be sexually ambiguous to a degree (Bill).
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In Legacy of the Force, Corellia is a Fantasy Counterpart Culture of the United States written as extremely Boorish. Corellians are loud, boorish, violent thugs who have a myopic worldview outside the immediate concerns of their culture and national government, and their government is distrustful of international organizations for being dictatorial while being fascist under a thin veneer of democratic rule. Note, though, that some of the Star Wars universe's most beloved characters (Han Solo and Wedge Antilles, for starters) are Corellian, and the qualities that make them so awesome are often stated to be common among Corellians. And in Legacy of the Force, the galactic government the Corellians are so distrustful of winds up being even worse.
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The Mysterious Island: Five Union Americans escape from a Confederate prison and use their wits and knowledge to survive and even rebuild a functional society on their island, intending for it to be a new state. Though Nab is black, and is automatically treated as a servant (which he chooses to be, being a freed slave), though this falls into Fair for Its Day.
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Gundam Build Fighters continues the tradition with Nils Nielsen, a Japanese-American of African descent. He started off the series in a poor position with the fans viewing him as a Gary Stu (he's a Teen Genius and an unrelenting Occidental Otakunote Though in hindsight one could see the samurai themes to Nils' character as a result of the One of Us camaraderie younger Japanese feel toward American anime fans and Japanophiles. See in Real Life below) and disliking how he looks down on people who enjoy Gunpla Battle. However, over the course of the show he demonstrates real feats of valor and determination, becomes a staunch ally of the protagonists, and by the end admits that he enjoys Gunpla and the Gundam franchise just as much as they do. There's also the fact that he's the Only Sane Man in regards to the show's overall plot, being the only character who says "We have this incredible technology that animates plastic, and the only thing we do with it is make model robots fight each other?" By the end of the series, he helps re-create the Plavsky Particle after its original source vanishes, meaning he's the reason Gunpla Battles can continue, and in the sequel series he's grown up, mellowed out, married his love interest, and runs a gigantic laboratory that serves as a training camp for Gunpla Battle teams. Unfortunately, he's had to retire from the game himself, saying that his comprehensive knowledge of the system would give him an unfair advantage.
Build Fighters also has Greco Logan, a minor character who generally fits into the Beautiful side of things (being a noble Spirited Competitor from America) but doesn't get much screentime. Viewers tend to see him as an affectionate nod to the franchise's American fanbase, especially since he uses a Tallgeese and Gundam Wing was the series that jump-started said fandom.
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The Danger Mouse episode "The Trip To America" has Texas Jack McGraw, whom Penfold describes as "this weird cowboy." Jack clearly isn't too bright (getting tricked by Greenback very easily), but he's definitely a good guy and, in classic cowboy movie fashion, shows up to rescue DM and Penfold at the last minute.
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From the Earth to the Moon: In a glorious democratic melting pot of ethnic harmony and scientific progress, ridiculously trigger-happy Americans with names like Impey Barbicane decide to use the Moon as their next target! Hilarity Ensues.
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Sonic's personality is said to be derived from free roaming western heroes who go where the wind takes them, a Beautiful style America. Imagine the typical "free spirit" cowboy (in contrast to the "law man" cowboy) and you have Sonic in a nut shell. Not only that, but Sonic's color scheme derives from the American flag (blue with red and white shoes and gloves).
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In Super Sentai's Official Parody Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger, one case of messing with Sentai history involved turning it into a Japanese adaptation of an American show instead of the other way around. The Americanized "Powerful Rangers" became arrogant bullies that considered Sentai a cheap Japanese knockoff until the Akibarangers brought them to their senses and reminded them of true heroism.
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At face value, the American guest in the "Waldorf Salad" episode of Fawlty Towers can be seen as Boorish in that he is loud, swears a lot, and is very demanding. However, at the end of the episode, he inspires the other British guests to speak out against Basil's rudeness and apathy towards guests, whereas at the start of the episode, said guests felt that complaining would be seen as rude. In the commentary on the 2009 DVD release, John Cleese believes the American guest was in the right, and he wanted the lesson of the episode to be that sometimes you should complain in order to get things to change. (oh, and the actor was Canadian).
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Nixon: Richard Nixon addresses the difference between the Beautiful and Boorish outlooks:
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Bad Dudes is a Totally Radical and unashamedly loving send-up of America. Are you a bad enough dude to rescue the President from ninjas and go out for burgers afterwards? (That's the entire plot.)
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El Goonish Shive: The Government isn't that bad. Even The Men in Black. But tourists... Of course, the writer's commentary on the strip seems to imply that it was more of a jab at tourists in general than just American ones.
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Pokémon:
Subverted with Team Rocket's Meowth. He grew up in Hollywood (though this is more of a case of Early Installment Weirdness, as the anime has long since stopped referring to real-world places). He went there as a lonely kitten to find happiness but it was rough there too and he was mistreated by almost everyone from a baseball team to a chef. Meowth had to join a gang and steal food to survive. This is not a Woolseyism and is true even in the original Japanese version. The rich lady's Meowth, Meowzie, whom Meowth fell in love with, is humorously named MaddoNYA in that version. This is subverted as, despite its name, Hollywood seems to an area in Kanto.
Also applied to James's background as his parents are overbearing and insensitive Gone with the Wind-style billionaires. Again not a Woolseyism.
While Lt. Surge is Beautiful in the games, in the anime he is the stereotypical "American bully", taunting children and having his bigger Pokémon beat up on them while he calls them "babies".
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Without Seeing The Dawn, set at the beginning of World War II in the American Philippines, has its rural Filipino characters patiently believing that America will save them from the Japanese invasion. Pretty ironic though considering the country was a flat-out U.S. colonial territory at the time, though American policymakers had supposedly committed to a timeline for granting Philippine independence within a half-decade from the novel's time setting.
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In The Laundry Files, part of the US goes through Boorish and into outright diabolical. The most visible American occult defense agency, the Black Chamber, is described as "less a sister agency, and more of a bunny-boiling ex-girlfriend" and they use things like Mind Control and Demonic Possession on their agents as a matter of routine. In a series where The King In Yellow is a recurring antagonist, and they found a way to make Roman von Ungern-Sternberg a vaguely heroic figure, the Black Chamber is the closest thing to capital-E Evil. However, the President, most civilians, and some other organizations like the Comstock Office (another US occult agency) fits more into the Beautiful camp.
Two of the major one-shot villains in the series were Americans, and firmly in the Boorish camp. Both of them were greedy, gullible, short-sighted and all too willing to call up things they didn't understand in the name of profit and/or Jeebus.
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Team Fortress 2: the Engineer is a Beautiful example, while the Scout and the Soldier are Boorish. Specifically, Soldier's entire personality is a transparent Expy of Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, and most of his delusions are based around The Boorish cranked Up to Eleven. Scout meanwhile is a Bostonian thug with a big mouth and a slightly smaller shotgun, though unlike the Soldier his Boorish mannerisms mostly exist to give him a funny accent. Contrast that with the Engineer who, while still a mercenary, comes across as Affably Evil at worst, and his playstyle requires him to use his expensive military hardware to help his own team before hurting the other team.
Also, the aesthetic design of the game is, according to Valve, inspired by artists such as J. C. Leyendecker, Dean Cornwell and Norman Rockwell, all designed to recall The Beautiful. However the fact that everything (no seriously, EVERYTHING) is either a desert, a badly-hidden spy base, or both makes shift just a little towards The Boorish.
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Doctor Who:
Two CIA agents appear in a story from the Seventh Doctor's era, "Delta and the Bannermen", complete with thick Texan accents and embarrassingly patriotic dialogue. However, they're good natured enough and do work alongside the Doctor.
The first Dalek in the new series showed up as a prize in an American laboratory, populated by rich bastard van Statten, Simmons, whose job largely consisted of torturing the Dalek, and an idiot security guard who didn't listen to the Doctor's advice. But the American women in that environment seem particularly strong and non-stereotypical, such as van Statten's right-hand woman who eventually has him mind-wiped and put in some city beginning with "S" and the brave young female trooper who faces down the Dalek on the stairs long enough to buy Rose and Adam enough time to escape. As depictions of Americans in Doctor Who goes, it's actually one of the better ones.
Despite the previous seasons leaning more towards Boorish, as of Series 6 (along with Torchwood: Miracle Day) the series has tended towards depicting Americans as a bit trigger happy, a bit boisterous and overconfident, but not overtly negative (though it is clear they're still leaning on stereotypes for some characters).
The US President in "The Sound of Drums" is a subversion of the Boorish; he acts like one and will say so himself, but at heart he is Beautiful, albeit misguided. Notably, he's right that PM Saxon is a boob who's mismanaging the situation and not following protocol, and the President puts UNIT, a United Nations group, in charge of the operation.
The majority of the Americans in "The Impossible Astronaut"/"Day of the Moon". Aside from being a little gun-happy (which is justified in the majority of them are Secret Service Agents) it's one of the better portrayals of America in recent Doctor Who seasons. According to the producers, America appears to be a place where everyone is a jovial, if slightly thick and dim-witted, patriot, and random spurts of melodramatic processional music accompany the President everywhere.
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In the Abridged Series, Yugi states it himself: "So let me get this straight. The only characters on this show who represent America are Jean Claude Magnum, Rebecca Hawkins, Maximilian Pegasus, and Bandit Keith. Is it just me, or is Yu-Gi-Oh the most xenophobic show ever?" Lest you think this is just Americans complaining about how others perceive them, it isn't: the creator of the abridged series, LittleKuriboh, is British.
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Jackie Gudelhian from Future GPX Cyber Formula. He's a very cheerful guy, doesn't take things seriously, he often wears a cowboy hat when he's off the race track and his hobby is horse riding. Also, his car in the TV series has stars on them and he wears the Stars and Stripes trunks in EP 5 of Double-One.
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The Space Captain Smith series contains two Fantasy Counterpart Cultures to the United States. The one that gets the main screentime and the main human villainous faction, the Democratic Republic of New Eden, is an uber-militarised, racist (fantastic and mundane), misogynistic fascist state with a pseudo-Christian death cult as the state religion.
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Oh, Yu-Gi-Oh!. So many American characters, each one marinated in this flavor. Let's count them off, shall we?
"Bandit" Keith (Steve) Howard, who wears Stars and Stripes bandanna. Just so you're always reminded that he's an American while he ruthlessly plays dirty—even pulling a gun on Pegasus when he loses!
Of course, Maximilian Pegasus himself is American—and a flamboyant, childlike billionaire. He does get redeeming qualities later, as he helps the protagonists a few times. The audience also learns that his ultimate goal was to revive his dead loved one.
Rebecca Hopkins/Hawkins, American champion, a cute little girl with a teddy bear—whose Catch-Phrase is "God damn."
Jean-Claude Magnum—a shallow, selfish movie star.
In the Abridged Series, Yugi states it himself: "So let me get this straight. The only characters on this show who represent America are Jean Claude Magnum, Rebecca Hawkins, Maximilian Pegasus, and Bandit Keith. Is it just me, or is Yu-Gi-Oh the most xenophobic show ever?" Lest you think this is just Americans complaining about how others perceive them, it isn't: the creator of the abridged series, LittleKuriboh, is British.
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Survival of the Fittest: America as seen in The Program would like to see itself as Beautiful, but is very much Boorish. It's basically modern culture Twenty Minutes In The Future, however the main difference is that the country has turned militaristic and nationalistic, and the characters are raised to acknowledge and embrace it.
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In Freezing, we are introduced to "the Immortal" Roxanne Elipton, ranked as the strongest 3rd year Pandora in America. She is shown to be supportive and respectful of others, yet still has an outgoing attitude. She also squishes Satellizer's massive boobs to see if they're real.
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Jake Marshall from Ace Attorney. When you first meet him, he seems like the stereotypical cowboy who has a southern drawl, and constantly talks about how he's a cowboy, which is lampshaded by other characters. Then you find out that he's been spending the last two years trying to find out the truth behind who killed his brother. He was demoted two years ago for helping with the investigation so that he wouldn't be in a position to properly investigate.
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In the third Slam Dunk OAV, the half-American half-Japanese Michael Okita is the ace of a new high school basketball team, and is said to have been scouted by the NBA itself. He's ruthless and efficient in the courts, but turns into a cheerful and laid-back flirt outside (just watch him shamelessly flirt with Ayako and make Miyagi go ballistic). And he's a blue-eyed blond on top.
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Superman, who was created by the children of Jewish immigrants and is himself a refugee fills much the same role for the DC Universe. "He fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the American way."
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Flushed Away features a stereotypical American tourist (a Texan, to be exact) who teases the Royal Guards and complains how "these Brits don't know the first thing about football" while watching The World Cup.
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The Chaser's War on Everything used to dedicate parts of its programme to showing that Americans can't figure out how many sides of a square there are, or when 9/11 took place.
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Aries of Mai-Otome and Mai-Otome Zwei has some definite parallels to the US, from a suspiciously Pentagon-like structure to the attitude of Brigadier General Haruka Armitage, a Determinator to the extreme who often charges in with little to no plan. Aries itself is mainly Beautiful being one of the good nations with Yukino being a calm assertive leader who balances out Haruka. Haruka herself introduces a bit of mixed flavor, as she's a Hot-Blooded heroine who sometimes needs to be hit over the head to keep her from rushing into something that calls for diplomacy.
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DJMAX Portable features the background animation to the song "Dreadnought", which depicts a creature with George W. Bush's head (though with eyes censored out) as the ruler of "B.WLAND" and waging war in the name of stopping terrorism. Perhaps to avoid controversy as Pentavision began to expand their market outside of South Korea, the "International" rerelease of DJMAX Portable replaced "Dreadnought" with an entirely different song with an entirely different animation, and "Dreadnought" was never put in a DJMAX game again.
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Ultimate Captain America is quite a bit less idealistic—he's a mixture of the flavors. One of the famous Ultimate Captain America quotes is (upon being asked to surrender) "Surrender? Do you think this A on my forehead stands for France?"◊
For the record, that line was written by Mark Millar, a Scotsman. The fact that the French as cowardly is a fairly recent stereotype that Human Popsicle Cap wouldn't be aware of isn't addressed. (Mainstream Cap, probably written in response to the above, fondly remembers working with the French resistance, proving that French citizens are brave and strong, but the French government basically rolled over.)
The above quote is parodied in Nextwave, where Elsa Bloodstone, fighting a Captain America-imitation while wearing a European Union shirt, refuses to "lay there and get used to being the victim." "Victim? Do you think this letter on my chest stands for America?"◊ (Boorish, obviously, but the entire book takes Refuge in Audacity and is Played for Laughs.)
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Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex contains a particularly obnoxious example of The Boorish in Episode 10; a major plot point revolves around the Imperial Americana AKA the American Empire sanctioning their forces to commit atrocious war crimes in South America. This could have been forgivable, given that the American Empire exists alongside the actual United States as a breakaway nation, but the depiction of the Japanese-American characters as ugly, condescending, manipulative cowards really has no excuse.
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Pluto's America expy "Thracia" is fairly benign, although its leader is quick to give power to the Machine Behind The Man.
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Super Fighter: This Taiwanese made Street Fighter II clone represents this trope in an odd manner. While Frank and Bullet are benevolent examples of Americans (granted the former is a bit cocky and overly eager to fight, but still a good and brave man at heart), but then there is the main antagonist, named Red Man, who is The Aggressive Drug Dealer with delusions of grandeur who wants to bring about chaos throughout the world who is also an American. Though what makes the villain strange is that in contrast to other boorish types who are white people of European descent, Red Man is a Native American.
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Kengan Ashura has Adam Dudley, possibly one of the most dizzying examples of The Boorish - a former pro hockey player from Texas who learned his fighting skills by punching people out on the rink, who speaks primarily in Gratuitous English swears, works for a Bland-Name Product version of McDonalds, has a tooth grill with "FUCK" written on it, and is introduced eating a plate of burgers and fries and saying that people who eat mayonnaise are gay. The flashback to how he was recruited shows him punching a former Kengan fighter half to death in the street while the other Texans cheer and swear, before a sexy cowgirl drapes herself across his arm. (Then again, he does go through sort of a Heel–Face Turn...)
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An episode of Samurai Sentai Shinkenger features a very offensive portrayal of an American who's more eager than intelligent when it comes to learning the ways of the samurai.
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Donald Curtis from Porco Rosso is an exceptional #2 example. "Make way for the American!" He plans to be a Hollywood actor and later president. Sound familiar?
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American Idiot...sort of. While the Title Track has been the go-to song for the Boorish, the album as a whole deconstructs the Punk movement and by the time "Letterbomb" occurs, JOS realizes he's the real American Idiot ,but still counts since mindless rebellion is just as bad as blind obedience.
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Hajime no Ippo:
It explicitly has both Beautiful and Boorish flavors exhibited with Takamura's major opponents. The Boorish flavor is exemplified by Bryan Hawk, an exceptionally violent and crude brute who takes every opportunity to proclaim the superiority of his skills over the "weaker" Japanese. Eagleland The Beautiful (heck, it's in his NAME) is embodied by David Eagle, who is charismatic and honorable. However, this is played with when the Japanese crowd during his match with Takamura note that his behavior in the ring is more typical of a samurai warrior.
There's a few more examples for both flavors. For The Beautiful, Jason Ozuma is a Gentle Giant and a subverted Scary Black Man; Mike Elliot is a fairly nice yet competitive boxer who enjoys intellectual boxing matches and treats boxing somewhat like Chess. He respects Vorg, and wanted a fair match with him.
For The Boorish, Mike Elliot's coach is a Manipulative Bastard who will gladly cheat if it helps his boxer win. He dodged a match-up with Vorg Zangief because he did not consider it to be worth the risk, only allowing his boxer to fight Vorg when Vorg had only one week to prepare for the match, as he was coming in as a stand-in when Mike's would-be opponent got injured. Even further, he paid off the referee just to be sure. Also, the referee's willingness to blatantly cheat makes it pretty clear which flavor he is. And another for The Boorish, the crowd deserves mention as it spent most of Mike and Vorg's match yelling things at Vorg such as, "Go back to Russia you Pinko/Commie/Russkie/etc." and "Howl for us, Russian bitch" and don't forget "Don't mess with America!" and so on.
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The South Korean animated series Pucca has recurring villains Texas Lugie and Sloppy Sue. Everything about them is a distillation of how South Koreans saw Americans circa 2006.
Their first appearance has them visiting Sooga to open a fast food restaurant. The food is addictive and highly fattening, causing everyone who eats it to become really fat and out of shape. The wife is also a materialistic shopaholic who goes on a rampage of branding things she wants to buy with a freaking branding iron! Including flammable things!
They become recurring villains, and manage to be worse examples of The Boorish in their other appearance, polluting the village for no better reason than sheer disregard for its inhabitants and the environment.
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Body Blows: As the one nationality with the most representatives, at four, in this game made by the British developer Team 17, quite a few traits of American culture, more so beautiful than boorish, are expressed via those characters. The brothers Danny and Nik are Delinquents who lead rival gangs in Boston who are eager to prove themselves by fighting, but aren't depicted doing anything particularly criminal and have some degree of sportsmanship. Mike is a Wall Street executive who is cocky and snarky in battle (even sporting Cool Shades in battle), but isn't particularly greedy nor narcissistic either. Then finally there is the Las Vegas based wrestler Dug (sic) who is obese and dumb (the latter by his own biographical profile's admission), and arguably the closest to being boorish example, but otherwise doesn't show any other boorish qualities.
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Grand Theft Auto IV goes even deeper: Niko Bellic comes to the United States with visions of a Beautiful America floating in his mind and instead finds himself in one of the most extreme Boorish examples ever seen by the series... and he still would rather live here than where he came from.
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The Democratic Crusaders AI archetype from Stellaris is very cheerfully based on American neoconservativism, with lines unambiguously referencing things like the "House Un-[National Adjective] Committee". On the one hand, the archetype requires militarist ethos. They're diabolically eager to spread democracy by Orbital Bombardment, and do not differentiate between a pacifist Enlightened Monarchy and a despotic, slaving Star Empire. On the other hand, their required Egalitarian civs mean they are very kind to their own people, they are reliable allies to any other democracies, and when spreading democracy, they "liberate" to create new nations with new local rulership rather than outright conquering. Notably, the fixed ethos of successful slave rebellions are guaranteed to result in new Democratic Crusaders who have every reason to want to liberate the rest of their brothers and sisters in chains.
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Paul Phoenix from Tekken is more of a mix. While he is goofy, loud, and arrogant he is generally a good guy, and is indeed and dangerous fighter, and one of the few non Mishima characters to beat both a Mishima and a Boss character (though he still lost the tournament somehow).
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Averted by Clownpiece of Touhou, an insanity-causing fairy who only wear stars-and-stripes clothing because she's involved in a war against the Lunarians and it serves to remind them of the American moon landings... but try telling that to the English-speaking fandom, who sees her as the second coming of Liberty Prime and christened her the Freedom Fairy.
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"(Let's Play) U.S.A." by Peter Schilling (best known for "Major Tom") is a nasty version of The Boorish with a cheery pop beat.
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Street Fighter II introduced Guile. Guile is a tattooed, buff military man, but he's a decent guy and is considered one of the good guys, even becoming the main character in some Western adaptations (helped along by the fact that, unlike Deuteragonists Ryu and Ken, Guile is in direct, ongoing conflict with the series Big Bad).
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The Big Guy from Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot is, in-universe, a Beautiful representative of America—he's the product of a collaboration between the US and Japan. Lines like "I have to shoot carefully ... each shot costs millions of taxpayer dollars!" and "I pledge allegiance to only one flag!" are said with perfect sincerity. It's probably a deliberately-crafted image; Lieutenant Hunter is a soldier, and a loyal one at that, but he's not that cheesy.
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Zero Punctuation:
Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw, British expat living in Australia, strictly views everything American as Boorish. He devoted a major portion of his reviews of Modern Warfare 4 Modern Warfare and Medal of Honor: Airborne to Demonizing the United States and Americans (which also included a few claims akin to Hypocritical Fandom).
His review of Killzone 3 also had plenty of vitriol levied at Americans. When it was pointed out to him that the developers of Killzone 3 are Dutch, he tried to justify his rancor by claiming that the game was designed to pander to Americans.
At one point, Croshaw considered "moving to that steaming shithole across the ocean" because he was sick of the Australian Media Board's aggressive censorship policies, which he then likened to traditional right-wing conservatism in the States.
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The Ugly American is about American foreign aid workers struggling to win hearts and minds for the USA while being sabotaged by a variety of Boorish Eaglelanders.
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Vanquish uses both. The story opens up with the United States under sudden attack by the forces of the Order of the Russian Star using a captured American space colony, and sending the Marines into space to recapture it. However, as the plot goes on, it becomes apparent that the militant regime that is the Order of the Russian Star was installed by the current US President to give them a "bad guy" they could use to justify revitalizing the arms industry against, and that the Russians were attacking first because they knew war was inevitable.
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In Mahoromatic, American meddling with the remains of a giant alien crab mech causes it to go wild and tear the bathing suits off of young teenage girls on the beach. Hmmm. Could be a mixed message in there.
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A nice prime example of Boorish from Conan Doyle, in two of his Sherlock Holmes novels, no less.
Both A Study in Scarlet and The Valley of Fear suffer from the more gruesome Boorish in their respective second half. The first one deals with early Mormons, all taking place in Utah. The second in the fictional Vermissa Valley, curiously being vaguely inspired by true events. Both are pretty much the same, with the narration being focused on two or three characters who're steadily developed as they run through their exploits. As for everyone else, well... A Study in Scarlet's second half took place during the Mormon immigration, when all the Mormons were more or less literally driven out of the rest of the country and forced to move to Utah, which was apparently the only place people hated enough to actually send Mormons to; and the book itself was first published only a couple of decades after. It's not outside the realm of possibility that Doyle had only ever heard of Mormons from Americans, who, this being the 1870s and 1880s, would not have nice things to say about Mormons.
"The Five Orange Pips" features that fine old American institution, the Ku Klux Klan. The letters KKK that appear on a note in the story were no doubt intended to be mysterious and exotic to British readers, but it's kind of an in-story spoiler for those in the US, most of whom will immediately guess exactly what's being referred to.
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Street Fighter runs the gamut of the flavor spectrum with its American characters:
First there's Rufus, a fat, obnoxious and dim-witted American who spends the game as the Unknown Rival of Ken, wishing to prove himself as the greatest fighter of the United States. As Boorish as he appears to be, he's also got himself an incredibly hot girlfriend, his speedy fighting style in spite of his weight is complimented by many characters, he's without a doubt one of the funniest, if not the funniest, character in the game, and judging by some of his winquotes, he's rich and lives a damn good life.
Guile is a Beautiful exemplar all day long — he's a strong and patriotic soldier, a family man, one of the strongest characters in canon, and the chief rival character to M. Bison, the series' main antagonist. He was even featured as one of the main characters in the animated movie. He also handed Ryu AND Ken both of their asses in Street Fighter II V. Oh, and he just happens to be among the top-ranked characters in Super Street Fighter IV, and was outright broken in early versions of Street Fighter II.
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No W: After being elected to the vice presidency then ascending to the presidency when a freak accident kills the previous president, Rick Santorum immediately sets about trying to turn America into a "Christian nation". Media deemed "immoral" or "un-American" is banned, creationism is pushed in schools, homosexuals and non-Christians are persecuted, and anyone who speaks out against this is killed or disappeared.
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Chibodee Crocket from Mobile Fighter G Gundam straddles the line between Beautiful and Boorish. He's brash, boisterous, eager to pick fights with Domon (who he refers to as "Japanese", or "Neo-Japan" in the dub), and occasionally makes boasts he can't back up. He's also a Self-Made Man who looks out for the little guy, is fiercely loyal to his friends, treats women very well despite being a total flirt, and is one of the strongest warriors in the world. Initially he only fights to satisfy his own pride, but after several hardships like being infected with the DG cells and being almost abandoned by his crew to learn to truly love fighting. And his favorite song is "America the Beautiful" (though this was only in the dub, while the original Japanese version used a different song entirely).
His mobile suit deserves mention, too. If Gundam Maxter's design is any indication, the Japanese believe that all Americans are surfing, football-playing boxer cowboys. And it'd be terrible to disappoint them. In canon, you get the impression Chibodee drew up the design himself and just combined a bunch of things he thinks are cool.
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Dead Rising falls neatly into The Boorish. The zombie outbreak was accidentally caused by the government trying to create super-cows to feed a voracious America, with the zombies themselves being described by one character as creatures that "[just] eat, and eat, and eat. Growing in number... just like you good red, white and blue Americans" (of course, he isn't much better). One of the survivors is an overweight slob who will refuse to follow you until you feed him, and later puts the entire group in danger if you don't feed him again. One of the boss fights is a family of snipers obsessed with the Second Amendment. A Black Ops team tries to cover up everything.
The Redneck Snipers in the sequel might be the best example: They are introduced in a cutscene which shows them sitting around, drinking beer and complaining about the liberals and the "gummint." In-game, they prioritize shooting living humans over zombies and start whooping and bragging about their "American steel" if they manage to kill a character.
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Black Hawk Down: The Dragon sarcastically presents a Beautiful outlook of Americans: they don't drink, don't smoke, and live long, healthy, uninteresting lives. And behind the scenes, the US military gave the film technical support in exchange for changing the name of a soldier who was later convicted of raping his daughter.
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Comes to a bizarre head in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. In short, both the heroes and villains are fighting to revive The Beautiful values from a Boorish society, but disagree on both the method to do so—as well as disagreeing on the very notion of what makes America "Beautiful." The Bladewolf DLC has Khamsin, who is very much Boorish: obsessed with the idea of freedom and bringing it by force.
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Kinnikuman: Initially, Terryman was a mixed flavor Eaglelander, being a Choujin who only did good deeds for money. As the focus shifted from superheroes to pro-wrestling, however, he quickly changed into a pure Beautiful example. Most American Choujin, as well as America itself during Kinnikuman's American tour, do not fall into any specific flavor of Eagleland, however.
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Gate offers a pretentious example of this. Americans are depicted as being schemers who use military force to get whatever they want. But what makes it really annoying for viewers is that the Japanese do the exact same thing in this alternate world, often simply using their superior technology to force something, if they don't get their way.
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Around the World in 80 Days: American trains are amazing! American train passengers, not so much. Adventure ensues.
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Besides the aforementioned Leonard Apollo, Americans were portrayed rather variously here in Eyeshield 21, from nice people like Patrick "Panther" Spencer, Homer Fitzgerald, Leonard Apollo, to people like Donald Oberman.
It's also sort of subverted in Billy Horide, the coach of the Seibu Wild Gunmen, who, despite being Japanese as far as anyone can tell, is loud, rude, pushy, loves shooting guns and even runs his offense in a fast, high-powered manner. He's almost sort of a weird Japanese Texas-otaku.
Leonard Apollo starts as a Boor, but during the first game against the Deimon Devilbats comes to the realization what a despicable bastard he is and decides to become a better person. He even takes Patrick Spencer, who he previously belittled, as his protege, teaching him everything he knows.
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Also applied to James's background as his parents are overbearing and insensitive Gone with the Wind-style billionaires. Again not a Woolseyism.
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Episodes 10 and 11 of Genshiken Season 2. Angela is shown as riding roughshod over all cultural sensitivities in Japan, in an almost painful caricature.
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The portrayal throughout the long life of the Lupin III has been incredibly mixed. From its portrayal as a widely corrupt, overpriced hive of scum and villainy in "First Contact," to an uncaring puppeteer that leads the other nations in "Napoleon's Dictionary," to a more decent portrayal in "Bye Bye Lady Liberty," and a few positive ones like the president and his family in "Farewell to Nostradamus".
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Despite the previous seasons leaning more towards Boorish, as of Series 6 (along with Torchwood: Miracle Day) the series has tended towards depicting Americans as a bit trigger happy, a bit boisterous and overconfident, but not overtly negative (though it is clear they're still leaning on stereotypes for some characters).
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West Side Story has the song "America", which contrasts the two types. The women showcase the Beautiful, pointing out the freedom and economic opportunities America offers, whereas the men are solidly in the Boorish camp, pointing out the poor housing in the slums, casual racism holding them back and how they are forced by circumstances to either become victims or perpetrators of crime. The song's lyrics even out to pro-American, but is contrasted with its very blatantly Latin-inspired sound.
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Amusingly, Persia as depicted in the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time movie comes across as this, seemingly being an Expy/allegory for modern America; a monotheistic empire that's praised for its just and fair system of governance, but also seen as * The Host: The monster was created in South Korea by careless Americans, who use brutal tactics to try to cover it up and deal with it. However, a vacationing American soldier bravely attempts to fight off the monster in the beginning of the film. Apparently American officials are evil, but regular Americans are okay.
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On Downton Abbey, Martha Levinson (played by Shirley MacLaine)—Lady Cora's mother—is forward-thinking, open-minded, and loves modernness and technology. She is also meddlesome, brash, and blunt. Very much a mixed example.
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The song "Amerika" by the German band Rammstein basically is all about The Boorish. Don't let the beat or cheery-sounding refrain fool you, the lyrics (and music video) satirize this trope rather blatantly. One of the lines says "this is not a love song" in case you forget it's about America being portrayed as Boorish. The lyrics, however, are more of a mixed flavor, describing how Americans aggressively push their culture and values around the globe because they honestly believe they're the best in the world. The band's synth keyboard player has expressed a vehemently Boorish opinion of America.
Ironically much like "America, Fuck Yeah!", "Amerika" became a case of Insult Backfire over time, with quite a few Americans (despite knowing the song's intended purpose) embracing it as an anthem of sorts. A love song it may not be, yet all the same it's hard not to associate its catchy-yet-heavy melody to the USA's Memetic Badass image.
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One of the recurring themes of Captain America comics is contrasting Cap's Beautiful idealism with what can often be a Boorish reality.
During the 1970s, Cap became disillusioned by the atmosphere of political corruption, unjust war and the general jaded mood of the country, abandoned the stars n' stripes for an all-black, millitaristic bodysuit, and called himself "Nomad: The Man Without a Country."
A later storyline in the 1980s (by the same writer, Mark Gruenwald, no less) saw Steve Rogers replaced as Captain America when the army and government decided he wasn't acting in their best interest. His replacement was John Walker, who was as honest and upright as Rogers but had a significantly shorter temper and much more conservative values. As the stresses of the job mounted on him, and especially after his parents were murdered by his enemies, Walker soaked up the essence of Boorish more and more, graduating from "misguided" to "an asshole" to "a lunatic." With help, he managed to revert to simply being an asshole as the USAgent.
In an interesting example (at least of reader reactions), during Civil War reporter Sally Floyd accused Cap of being out of touch with modern America. While it was apparently supposed to be taken seriously, her examples of "modern America" involved American Idol, MySpace, and NASCAR so most (American) readers took it as an insulting Boorish stereotype and began to hate her.
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Even the high-minded Star Trek: The Next Generation wasn't immune to this trope. In "The Neutral Zone", a highly volatile encounter with the Romulans is botched by the reappearance of three 21st century failures—a druggie country singer, a New Jersey homemaker, and a wannabe Gordon Gekko type from the eighties—who used their riches to become Human Popsicles. Of the three, the businessman is the most malevolent. The singer adjusts the quickest to 24th century life, and is invigorated at the prospect of reintroducing Earth to his music. This episode qualifies as both types.
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 Heaven & Earth / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: Hisss
seeAlso
Eagleland
 I Am Cuba / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 In the Loop / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Iron Sky / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Just Married / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: Laser Mission / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Lone Star State of Mind / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Malavita / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Mars Attacks! / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Film: Missing / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Film: Moscow on the Hudson / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Mothra / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: Mothra vs. Godzilla / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Network / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Parting Glances / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: Pimpernel Smith / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Quantum of Solace / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: Red Scorpion / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Rush Hour / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Shin Godzilla / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Shock Treatment / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Snatch. / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Stroszek / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Super Troopers / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Team America: World Police / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: The Dish / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Doom Generation / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Film: The Evil That Men Do / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Great Escape / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Host / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: The Loch Ness Horror
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The Majestic / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Mosquito Coast / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Mummy (1999) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: The President's Analyst / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Film: The Spanish Inn / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Straight Story / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: The Wind and the Lion / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Film: Tiger Cruise / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Tora! Tora! Tora! / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Transformers Film Series / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: 20 Million Miles to Earth
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Uncle Sam / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: War, Inc. / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Film: Water (1985) / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Welcome Mr. Marshall! / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Welcome to Dongmakgol / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Film: Wimbledon
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Film: Yankee Doodle Dandy / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Film: Zombie Strippers / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Film: Zonad / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Disgaea (Franchise) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Godzilla (Franchise) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Sonic the Hedgehog (Franchise) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Franchise: The Muppets
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Tintin (Franchise) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Lets Play: Freelance Astronauts / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Markiplier (Lets Play) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Mindcrack Server (Lets Play) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Lets Play: Twitch Plays Pokémon Black / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Lets Play: Twitch Plays Pokémon Black 2 / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Infinite Stratos / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 A Canticle for Leibowitz / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: A Prayer for Owen Meany / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: A Valkyrie Rises Over Europe / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Ad Astra Per Aspera / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Alice In Brexitland / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: An Instinct for War / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Beau Geste / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Cassandra Kresnov / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Catch-22 / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Catherverse / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Cell / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Chaos Timeline / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Concrete, Bulletproof, Invisible and Fried / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Crooked Little Vein / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Decades of Darkness / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Deep River / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Dice Man
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Dracula / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Drood
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Evensong / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Exxoneration / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Fear, Loathing and Gumbo on the Campaign Trail '72 / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Flashman / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 For Want of a Nail / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 From the Earth to the Moon / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Gate / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Good Omens / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Her Diamond Heart / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Hullo Russia Goodbye England
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Literature: Ignorant Armies Clash By Night / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Imola / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Incompetence / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 James Bond / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Julian Comstock / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Les Messagers du Temps / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Losing The Peace / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Mass / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Mike Hammer
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Mortal Engines / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Nights at the Circus / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 1983: Doomsday / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Open Veins of Latin America / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Otherland / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Paradox Bound / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Pygmy / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Remote Man
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Robur the Conqueror / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Six Suspects
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Slaughterhouse-Five / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Slimer / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Small World (David Lodge novel) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Star Carrier / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Temeraire / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Corellian Trilogy
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Literature: The Cornelius Chronicles / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Descendants / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Dispossessed / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The ISOT'd House: One Woman Goes from 2012 to 1952 / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Kite Runner / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Laundry Files / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Laundry Series / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Leatherstocking Tales
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The Mark And The Void / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Mysterious Island / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Orphan Master's Son
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The Quiet American / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Spider / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Stars Are Cold Toys / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Literature: The Way We Live Now / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: Ultimatum / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Literature: United States of Ameriwank / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 What Madness Is This / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist A Jthe Black Dragon
seeAlso
Eagleland
 A Prayer for Owen Meany / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Absurd
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Aces Abroad / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Action Chatroom
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Additional Evil Overlord List Cellblock D
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Alternate History Dot Com / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 American Dream
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Baby Cakes / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Battalion Wars
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Beau Geste / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Big Badass Bird of Prey
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Black Panther / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Burger Eating Invasion Monkeys
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Casa De Mi Padre / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Cathstuart
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Colin Quinn Long Story Short / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Coyotes Song
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Crooked Little Vein
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Daiteikoku / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Darker Than Black Twins Of The Meteor
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Delta Farce / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Designated NPC
seeAlso
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist EVE Online / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 EagleLand
sameAs
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Earth Bound
seeAlso
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Earth Bound / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Earth Bound Zero / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Ethical Guardians
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Europop
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Everything Is Illuminated
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Family Man / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Foyle's War / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 GTA Radio / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Gangster Land
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Garth Ennis
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Ghost World / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Happy Together / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Harry And Paul / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Hawkman / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Hremsfeld
seeAlso
Eagleland
 I Am America And So Can You / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Iconic Logo / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Ill Bethisad / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 In the Loop / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Abridged / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Justice League: The New Frontier / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Koichi Tochika
seeAlso
Eagleland
 La Tale / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Land Down Under
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Lexx / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Lone Star State of Mind / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Love Actually / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page Morgulion make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Once upon a Time in Mexico / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Only In America
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Out Of The Dark / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist P Luto / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Petro
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Pimpernel Smith / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Political Stereotype
seeAlso
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Punch-Out!! / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist There's No B In Movie
seeAlso
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Everything's Better Deep Fried
seeAlso
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Abridged / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist You're Under Arrest! / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Friendship!
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Quartermain
seeAlso
Eagleland
 ReBoot: The Abridged Series / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Red Nightmare
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Red Nightmare / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Reginald Hudlin
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Rule of Cautious Editing Judgment
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Sgt Frog 1
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Sickipedia
seeAlso
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Sonicthe Hedgehog / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Space Odyssey Voyage To The Planets / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Startropics
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The Cornelius Chronicles / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Gilded Age
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The ISOTd House: One Woman Goes From 2012 To 1952 / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Lone Gunmen / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Mosquito Coast
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The Quiet American / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Spider / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Stars Are Cold Toys / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Twenty Seventh Day / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Ugly American / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Way We Live Now
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Three Sheets / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Toalordsothe
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Viz / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Whose Line Is It Anyway? / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Young Justice Abridged
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The President's Analyst
seeAlso
Eagleland
 EarthBound
seeAlso
Eagleland
 EarthBound / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 A Certain Scientific Railgun (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Ai Yori Aoshi (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Arpeggio of Blue Steel (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Black Jack (Manga) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Captain Tsubasa (Manga) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Cat Shit One / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Corpse Princess (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Dance in the Vampire Bund (Manga) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Dance in the Vampire Bund (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Manga: El Alamein No Shinden / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Gamble Fish / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Gravitation / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Harukana Receive (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Japan Inc / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Steel Ball Run (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Kinnikuman
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Kinnikuman (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Legendz / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Mad Bull 34 (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Midori Days (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Ratman / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Saint Young Men / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Sakigake!! Otokojuku (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Sekai de Ichiban Tsuyoku Naritai! / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Subaru
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Manga: Subaru
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Manga: Subaru / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Tekken Chinmi / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 TerraforMARS (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Prince of Tennis (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Manga: You're Under Arrest! / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Manga: Yu-Gi-Oh! R / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Yuria 100 Shiki (Manga) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Music: Aaron Copland
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Earthling (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Music: Exodus (band) / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Music: Frankenchrist / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Music: Heaven's Gate
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Hüsker Dü (Music) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 JT Music (Music) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Music: Kansas
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Music: Laurie Anderson
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Music: Machinae Supremacy
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Music: March
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Metallica (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Misery Index (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Peter Schilling (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Rammstein (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Joshua Tree (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 3 Doors Down (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Music: We're Only in It for the Money / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Music: Zao / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Podcast: The Bugle / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 GTA Radio (Radio) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Tropes A to F / Real Life / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 We Are Our Adventuring Avatars / Role Play / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Roleplay: Advance Wars Role Play
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Roleplay: Digimon Broken Code
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Roleplay: Earthbound The Rainbow Omen / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Esquarium (Roleplay) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Roleplay: Mayfield / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Roleplay: Mystria
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Roleplay: Poke Fiends / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Pokémon: Creation's Egg / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Roleplay: Yukari Is Free / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 deathhunters (Roleplay) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 A Bit of Fry and Laurie / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: A for Andromeda / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Brass Eye / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Bullet in the Face / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Cold Case / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Corner Gas / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Dogfights / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Edge of Darkness / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 El Chapulín Colorado / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Fawlty Towers / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Foyle's War / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Frasier / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: Happy Together / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Hollyoaks / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Horrible Histories / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Iron Chef / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: JAG / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Series: Last Resort / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Les Guignols de l'info / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Lexx / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: Love American Style / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Married... with Children / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Murdoch Mysteries / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 My Name Is Earl / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: Now Get Out Of That
seeAlso
Eagleland
 QI / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Skins / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Space Odyssey Voyage To The Planets / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Star Cops / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: 10 O'Clock Live / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Colbert Report / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Good Place / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Grand Tour / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Series: The Honourable Woman
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The Jury / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: The Lone Gunmen / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Middleman / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: The Muppets
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Series: The Sinking Of The Laconia
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Three Sheets / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Series: What Would You Do? / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Eberron (Tabletop Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Tabletop Game: Fading Suns / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Heavy Gear (Tabletop Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Mutant Chronicles (Tabletop Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Tabletop Game: New Horizon / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Rocket Age (Tabletop Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Tabletop Game: Team Space Hobos RPG / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Tabletop Game: Wolsung Steam Pulp Fantasy
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Miss Saigon (Theatre) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Book of Mormon (Theatre) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Theatre: The Pillars Of Society
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Video Game: Action Chatroom
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Video Game: Asuka 120% / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Ben There, Dan That! / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Binary Domain (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Black And Bruised / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Body Blows (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Brawlout (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Bully (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Call of Duty: Zombies (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Dead or Alive (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Dead Rising 2 (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Doom Troopers
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Dragon Quest III (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 EVE Online (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 EarthBound Beginnings (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Fallout (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Full Spectrum Warrior
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Grand Theft Auto (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Grand Theft Auto IV (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Hotline Miami (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Kantai Collection (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 LISA: The Pointless (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Live Powerful Pro Baseball (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Lost Dimension / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Mega Man Battle Network (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Metal Wolf Chaos (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Mighty No. 9 (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Mister Mosquito (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 MOTHER (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 MOTHER 4 (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Nazi Zombies / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Ni no Kuni (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Night in the Woods (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Papers, Please (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Parodius (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Pilotwings (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Psychonauts (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Punch-Out!! (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Razing Storm (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Rise of the Reds (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Rival Schools (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Saints Row IV (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Sakura Wars (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 7th Dragon (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 60 Seconds! (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Sonic Adventure 2 (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Spec Ops: The Line (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Sprite Wars
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Super Fighter (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Syberia (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Teleroboxer (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Titanic: Adventure Out of Time (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Valley Of Unicorns / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Vanquish (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Video Game: Variable Geo / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Wipeout (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 World in Conflict (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Zettai Hero Project (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Videogame: Beyond: Two Souls / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Videogame: Clout / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Videogame: July Anarchy / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Full Metal Daemon Muramasa (Visual Novel) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Muv-Luv Alternative (Visual Novel) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Muv-Luv Unlimited (Visual Novel) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Web Animation: Baby Cakes / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Flash-Gitz Animation (Web Animation) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Web Animation: Mameshiba / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Web Comic: Get Your War On
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Web Comic: Muh Phoenix / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: Cyanide and Happiness / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: Death Note Abridged Dogface 701 / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Detective Heart Of America (Web Video) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Door Monster (Web Video) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Friendship is Witchcraft (Web Video) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: Girls Und Panzer Abridged
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Web Video: Holy Musical B@man! / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: Hot Pepper Gaming / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Jesse Cox (Web Video) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Abridged / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: Maoist Rebel News / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: OMFG Cata / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 OSW Review (Web Video) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 ReBoot: The Abridged Series (Web Video) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: Super Academy / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: The Gamers: Humans & Households / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Web Video: The Masochist Masculist / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Two Best Friends Play (Web Video) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Young Justice Abridged (Web Video) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Bobbinsverse (Webcomic) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Webcomic: Demon Thesis / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Webcomic: No Black Plume / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 The Anomaly / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 AlternateHistory.com (Website) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Website: Boycott The Caf / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Fark (Website) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Website: Frilly Shirt / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Website: Fundies Say the Darndest Things / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Website: Ministry Of Harmony / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Reddit (Website) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Website: Sickipedia
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Website: The Anorak Zone
seeAlso
Eagleland
 The Onion (Website) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Website: Tumblr / int_bc30cf47
type
Eagleland
 Cars 2 / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Western Animation: Code Monkeys / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 Western Animation: Foot 2 Rue / int_bc224367
type
Eagleland
 The Triplets of Belleville / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 When Dinosaurs Roamed America / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Wrestling: Del Wilkes
seeAlso
Eagleland
 Kurt Angle (Wrestling) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Future GPX Cyber Formula / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Girls und Panzer / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 IGPX Immortal Grand Prix / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Summer Wars / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Love and Rockets (Comic Book) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Thunderbolts (Comic Book) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Pacific: World War II U.S. Navy Shipgirls (Fanfic) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 eagleland
sameAs
Eagleland
 Elvis Presley (Music) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Seventeen Moments of Spring / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 Madame Butterfly (Theatre) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 H.A.W.X. (Video Game) / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland
 Moe Moe Niji Taisen (Video Game) / int_7a265daa
type
Eagleland
 The Legend of Tarzan / int_7a17d1ca
type
Eagleland