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  • '''His Divine Shadow''' (also known simply as '''His Shadow''') is a fictional character in the TV series ''[[Lexx]]''. He is portrayed as the absolute ru [[Category:Fictional dictators]]
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  • The band's name would appear to be a blended reference to the fictional "crypt-kicker five" from the ''Monster Mash'', and the host of [[EC Comics] Dan Armonaitis of [[Spartanburg Herald]] compared the band to [[The Dictators]] and [[Iggy and the Stooges]].<ref name="goupstate1"/>
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  • == Fictional characters == {{See also|Category:Fictional Italian people}}
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  • '''Grizraz Hearteater''' is a fictional character in [[Tad Williams]]' 1985 novel ''[[Tailchaser's Song]]'', in whi [[Category:Fictional characters introduced in 1985]]
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  • '''Nova Prime''' is one of several fictional characters who appear in the [[Transformers]] series, usually in comics sto [[Category:Fictional dictators]]
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  • {{Infobox fictional organization The '''New Founding Fathers of America''' is a fictional political party introduced in the [[The Purge (film series)|''Purge'' movie
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  • ...[[Psylocke]] (Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock) has had been depicted in other [[fictional universes]] and alternate timelines. These alternative representations some [[Category:Fictional characters from parallel universes]]
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  • '''Dorrek VII''' is a fictional character appearing in [[American comic book]]s published by [[Marvel Comic ==Fictional character biography==
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  • * 4750: [[Solaria (fictional planet)|Solaria]] becomes independent. === Fictional places on Earth ===
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  • '''Shockwave''' is the name of several fictional characters in the [[Transformers]] robot superhero franchise. Throughout hi ...nsformer factions, Shockwave has spent the last decade working for various dictators and tyrants around the world. Who he signs up with is based on how likely h
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  • '''Ramjet''' is the name of several fictional characters in the [[Transformers]] toy-based robot superhero media franchis ...h after the events of the television series, where he worked as muscle for dictators. He took a canister of forestonite from the Autobot Motormouth, which he us
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  • '''Emperor Cartagia''' is a fictional character from the universe of the science fiction television series ''[[Ba [[Category:Fictional assassinated people]]
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  • '''William Morgan Clark''' is a fictional character and a major [[antagonist (literature)|antagonist]] from the unive ...lliance]], setting themselves up as [[independent state]]s. ''[[Babylon 5 (fictional space station)|Babylon 5]]'' soon followed these two colonies by breaking a
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  • '''Yuga Khan''' is a fictional comic book [[supervillain]] appearing in [[American comic books]] published ==Fictional character biography==
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  • The '''Red King''' is a [[fictional character]], a [[villain]] in the {{Marvel Universe}}, introduced during th ==Fictional character biography==
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  • [[Category:Fictional generals]] [[Category:Fictional senators]]
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  • '''Chief Judge Cal''' is a [[fictional character]] in the [[Judge Dredd]] comic strip in ''[[2000 AD (comics)|2000 [[Category:Fictional dictators|Cal]]
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