The live-action series not so much. Revolutionary Girl Utena is probably the most feminist anime in existence. It explores the classical fairytale motifs of the Heroic Prince that rescues a princess, the contrast of the innocent Princess and the mature Witch, and turns them completely on its head. It also deals with childhood and growing up, often in very dark and mature fashion.
Praise the Lord — and pass the ammunition. A preacher who is a good fighter and who belongs to a church that isn't the Church Militant. He has the ability to literally kick arse for the Lord.
Given his day jobhe is likely to be a Technical Pacifist or a Martial Pacifist. If he is an Actual Pacifisthe will simply take every blow without flinching and dare you to hit harder.
At most, this version will employ Deadly Dodging. He often looks like a Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass.
Sometimes he's the Christian equivalent of Papa Wolf. If we are to love our neighbor and do unto others as we would have them do unto us, most would want someone to come to their rescue if they were being beaten, robbed, or worse.
They would not only help the victims, but to help prevent the bad guys from doing something that they will possibly regret forever if and when they come to their senses. They may be someone who believes that fighting is okay under certain circumstances even when those above him in the church hierarchy don't, or someone who normally never fights who is forced to take action in an extreme situation.
You rarely see Quakers in film without this trope getting invoked—though with that religion, the definition of "preacher" gets stretched. So does the definition of "Quaker" — they're one of the few universally pacifist denominations. If the clergyman had been a soldier, policeman, or the like before taking orders, it may overlap with Retired Badass.
This trope does not apply to preachers in certain fundamentalist churches and rarely applies to priests of medieval Catholic churches. Those are covered under Church Militant and Warrior Monk — in those tropes the whole church is, or tries to be, badass.
A Badass Preacher is a minority in his church hierarchy. If a badass person does not belong to a church hierarchy and is instead a pious layman, he's the Religious Bruiser.
Related to Turbulent Priest who fights with his words. Subtrope of Real Men Love Jesus. Contrast with Sinister Minister. There are two ex-criminal priests in 20th Century Boys.
Despite one being Japanese and one being Italian, they recognize each other through both being extensively tattooed.
She even helped train its current leader, Fuegoleon Vermillion. In Blue Exorcistdemons are the enemies. Several characters fall into the category of Badass Preacher, from the gunslinging Yukio to the bible-reciting Bon certain bible verses can banish demons. He recites the entire book of John at one in order to achieve certain victory but the most notable and straightest example of the trope is Posthumous Character Shiro, who has spent his entire life resisting Demonic Possession by Satan and still finds time to be an excellent Exorcist, father and generally badass.
Bishop, a blind priest who is revealed to be Ernst Rammsteiner, a failed Kerberos experiment who is still skilled enough to cross blades with Campenella Fruhling and survive. Baskerville in Et Ceterabefore it was revealed that it was just a cover. Keyes from Fairy Tail.
His clothes, staff, tendencies to speak in morbid religious phrases, and Necromancer powers make him a great example. It's no wonder he's recognized as " The Black Archbishop " of Tartaros. Scar from Fullmetal Alchemist was a warrior-priest of Ishvala during the war.
Fushigi Yuugi has the Suzaku Seishi Chichiri, a monk who always gets dangerous. Despite working for The Churchthey are a minority within the church itself. Part of their Badass Creed even states "We are heretics and we are not heretics", because they are basically assassins who hunt down and slaughter the undead.
Most of them were raised by Anderson himself and are capable of cutting bloody swaths through vampire and Nazi hordes. Otherwise, Anderson's a Nice Guy to innocents, especially children.
He regularly goes toe-to-toe with Eldritch Abomination Alucard, regenerates hacked off limbs, and easily dwarfs every other character except Alucard in terms of strength and determination. They fight at their mentor's side, annihilate Nazi vampires with ease, and by the series' end, Heinkel even becomes a Lightning Bruiser regenerator like Anderson before her.But there are always exceptions, and from those exceptions, we get Feminist Fantasy.
At its most basic, this just means science fiction or fantasy whose main character is a woman who is the active center of her own story, making things happen.
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But there are always exceptions, and from those exceptions, we get Feminist Fantasy. At its most basic, this just means science fiction or fantasy whose main character is a woman who is the active center of her own story, making things happen.
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