The steps of revenge taken are of a terrible political nature--the killing of a king--and the chain of events that unfold include the deaths of many innocent characters. Although the act of murdering a king is a monstrous one, Hamlet reasons that Claudius is deserving, but he fails in his first attempt, finding Claudius praying: His death at such a moment may send him to heaven, rather than damning him to hell. Hamlet's next attempt fails miserably, when he kills Poloniusthinking he is the king.
Don't just succumb to the wishes of your brothers. Take a step back, take a look at one another. You need to know the difference between a father and a lover.
Sigmund Freud had a lot to say about the Oedipus and Electra complexes, and could find subtext in quite a lot of places.
But in Big Screwed Up FamiliesDeadly Decadent Courtsparticularly abusive households and elsewhere, one is likely to find examples of this trope.
When this trope shows up in media, it's usually used to highlight the specific psychological issues that a character has, particularly if it features in the backstory of a Serial Killer or other psychopath, or to give an already nasty villain that extra bit of shudder factor.
When the parent is the aggressor in the relationship, it is usually quite predatory in nature, and in many cases particularly in the case of fathers and daughtersit's a crossing of the Moral Event Horizon when it's revealed. If the child is the aggressor in the relationship, it usually means he or she is seriously twisted in some way or in the very least has serious issues.
Sometimes this is played for Black Comedyparticularly in the case of mothers and sons, with the son understandably freaked out due to the mother's advances. Wife Husbandry is one way to Bowdlerise it still further — though not out of Squick range.
This is a type of Unequal Pairingsince the parent is almost always at least psychologically if not always physically in a much more powerful position than the child.
See also Rape as Backstory and Abusive Parents. See Pervert Dad for parents who don't quite go this far, but still have an un healthy dose of weirdness. In He Is My Masterthe sister-maids ran away from their home in the first place because they got tired of resisting their father's constant sexual advances.
The ironically aptly-named Electra Complex relationship between the surrogate father and daughter pair of Nemo and Electra in Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. The anime villain Furumizu from Witchblade has some creepy implications of this.
Doesn't help the man has a very messed up reverse Oedipus Complex. Berserk has an incredibly creepy example in the King of Midland and his feelings for his only daughter, Princess Charlotte, who is unfortunate enough to bear a quite strong resemblance to the late Queen of Midland.
After Griffith has sex with Charlotte following Guts' leaving him and the Hawks, the King goes crazy, and after throwing Griffith into the Tower of Rebirth to be put to the torture and declaring the rest of the Hawks outlawhe tries to rape Charlotte.
She barely manages to fight him off, and the experience wracks him with incredible guilt, to the point where he visibly ages and falls ill. Charlotte very understandably wants nothing to do with her father afterwards, and won't even see him on his deathbed. No evidence about sexual encounters, thank God, but the Sub Text is incredibly strong — specially in the CD dramas.
Not helped by their Last Kiss in the manga, which comes after a teenage Seishirou fights, defeats and kills Setsuka as the requirement to become the Sakurazukamori. It's implied in Narutaru that Shiina's friend Akira Sakura was molested by her father, which would be the reason why she has severe problems.
This, along with many other types of perversion, occurs in Texhnolyze with Toyama and his dad. It's also implied to be a part of the carefully crafted breeding program among the Class. The ultimate result is Kano, a guy with deformed legs soon replaced with cyberneticsand an even more deformed mind.
Just for example, he seems to genuinely believe that the world exists only inside his mind, and all his atrocities are just a form of self-discipline.
Ragyo Kiryuin used to provide the page image. She is uncomfortably affectionate towards her daughter, Satsuki. And then it gets worse Later on, after rediscovering her long lost daughter Ryuko who she had thought was deadRagyo apparently has a threesome with her and her adopted daughter Nui Harime.
It's later implied that this was a Fake Memory Ragyo implanted, but even if that's true, it brings up the question of why the hell she would implant a memory like that.
In Saiyukione of the ways Jien Dokugakuji protected his younger brother by his father's mistress was by "taking [his] father's place" and sleeping with his mother to calm her down. He ends up killing her to keep her from killing Gojyo.
The title character in Bitter Virgin was raped by her stepfather, and became pregnant twice before the age of 16 as a result. Hinako miscarried her first baby, but gave the second in adoption after giving birth. In GankutsuouAndrea Cavalcanti not only tries to rape his half-sister, but actually has sex with their mother, Victoria.
Extra squick in that he knew she was his mother at the time, while she was unaware. No" Reaction from Yuuna's friend Ako. While the paedophile cop in Paranoia Agent doesn't actually do anything to his daughter, he did set up cameras in her room to get pictures of her undressing and insists on the hookers The Mafia was bribing him with calling him "Daddy.
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