Titel: Fictional rapists
Don Giovanni, Ajax the Lesser, Harry Paget Flashman, Vladimir Harkonnen, Roger Mellie, Tereus, Todd Manning, Sabretooth, Deathstroke, Randall Flagg, Alistair Crane, Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, Jack Deveraux, Pyramid Head.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 184 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 183. Chapters: Don Giovanni, Ajax the Lesser, Harry Paget Flashman, Vladimir Harkonnen, Roger Mellie, Tereus, Todd Manning, Sabretooth, Deathstroke, Randall Flagg, Alistair Crane, Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, Jack Deveraux, Pyramid Head, Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald Crane, Archie Mitchell, Sheila Carter, Vernon Schillinger, Gabriel Kent, Doctor Light, Sami Brady, Simon Adebisi, Luke Spencer, Patrick Bateman, Rhett Butler, Trevor Morgan, Kurgan, Hercules, Carver, Vincent Clarkson, Doctor Psycho, Belasco, Alex, Attuma, Purple Man, Phantom Rider, Billie Reed, Gauron, Mandrill, James Robson, Mitch Laurence, Kay Bennett, Valerie Davis, Major Force, Killer BOB, Nightmare, D'Ken, Reaver, James Willmott-Brown, Margaret Cochran, Michael Cambias, Kane Phillips, La bête, Mister Gone, Frank Booth, The Rapeman, Griffith, Captain Aardvark, Tarantula, Ric Lansing, Oderus Urungus, Glenn Quagmire, The Blue Paint Killer, Claire Howell, David "Noodles" Aaronson, Shado, Konstantin Bothari, Escobar Gallardo, Woody Goodman, Khayman, Cassidy Casablancas, Anton Arcane, Eddie Quist, Sam Owen, Trevor Jordache, Jim Fenner, Scavenger, Andy Holt, Scott Anderson, Adam Guenzel, Judge Turpin, Randle McMurphy, Josh Kohn, Lasher, Spike Lester, Quentin Costa, Ross Chandler, Max Cady, Leland Palmer, MIKE, Stanley Kowalski, Ray Gardner, Judge Holden, Wolfgang Cutler, Jackson Vahue, Richard Fields, Franklin Winthrop, Malcolm Coyle, Terence Turner, Captain Sternn, Braden Lavery, Dennis Richardson, Fred "Weasel" Podowski, Clarence Seroy, Lucas Cross, Edward Galson, Patrick Keenan. Excerpt: Thomas "Todd" Manning is a fictional character from the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live. Created by writer Michael Malone, the role was originated in 1992 by actor Roger Howarth. In 2003, Howarth departed from the series and the role was recast with actor Trevor St. John as Todd, physically revised following plastic surgery. On April 4, 2011, it was confirmed that Howarth would be returning to the series, as either the real Todd or a new character with vested interest in the current Todd. On May 13, 2011, he made his onscreen return. Originally, the character was conceived as short-term; Howarth is credited with "turning what was a day player role into a compelling, long-term character". Initially designed to be a ruthless, cunning and one-dimensional villain, he is presented as having significant trouble with the law; his infamous 1993 gang rape of Marty Saybrooke is noted as one of soap opera's classic, "most remembered and impactful" storylines. The storyline's popularity compelled the writers to evolve Todd into a complex character, often selfish and acting the villain but also passionate about protecting his loved ones and capable of showing kindness, as well as a conscience. These aspects were first aided in 1994, with the series' reveal of Todd as the son of Victor Lord, the brother of Tina Lord and half-brother of long-running One Life to Live heroine Victoria Lord. In September 2007, the writers produced a story for Todd to remarry longtime love Blair Cramer for the fifth time. The series has given the characters two living children, Starr and Jack. Todd's youngest child, a son by the mentally unstable Margaret Cochran, was scripted to have been kidnapped at birth and later presumed dead; in 2007, Todd discovers the boy is in fact alive. He is eventually reunited with the child and names him "Sam Manning" in honor of his deceased mentor and friend, Sam Rappapo...