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8th May '16 5:43:21 PM nombretomado
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* The book six of the series HeyArnold:[[http://www.amazon.com/Arnold-Arnolds-Files-Groening-Bartlett/dp/0439381495/ref=pd_sim_b_3 Arnold's E-Files]] confirms that Brainy is in love with Helga and that he has HiddenDepths.

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* The book six of the series HeyArnold:[[http://www.''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': [[http://www.amazon.com/Arnold-Arnolds-Files-Groening-Bartlett/dp/0439381495/ref=pd_sim_b_3 Arnold's E-Files]] confirms that Brainy is in love with Helga and that he has HiddenDepths.
5th Feb '16 11:34:07 PM JMQwilleran
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* The supplementary ''WesternAnimation/DocMcStuffins'' book ''Doc [=McStuffins=]'': My World'' states that Doc's father is a chef. This is never mentioned on the series itself.
30th Jan '16 3:53:30 PM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' has tie-in comics containing stories and bios that confirm such details as the Crimson Dynamo's real name, [[ComicBook/IronMan Ivan Vanko]], and the identity of the "giant robot" ComicBook/IronMan fought in his first episode, Ultimo. They also record the capturing of some criminals whose defeats did not receive inclusion in the show's 52 episodes.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' has tie-in comics containing stories and bios that confirm such details as the Crimson Dynamo's real name, [[ComicBook/IronMan Ivan Vanko]], and the identity of the "giant robot" ComicBook/IronMan fought in his first episode, Ultimo. They also record the capturing of some criminals whose defeats did not receive inclusion in the show's 52 episodes.



* The tie-in comic book for ''TheAvengersUnitedTheyStand'' attempted to make sense of some of the baffling elements of the cartoon, such as providing a decent explanation as to why the Avengers were wearing gaudy, {{Animesque}} battle armor. It also provided an origin for Ultron.

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* The tie-in comic book for ''TheAvengersUnitedTheyStand'' attempted ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersUnitedTheyStand'' attempts to make sense of some of the baffling elements of the cartoon, such as providing a decent explanation as to why the Avengers were are wearing gaudy, {{Animesque}} battle armor. It also provided provides an origin for Ultron.
20th Jan '16 5:33:22 AM SmugTrope
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** The Fiendship Is Magic comics, unlike most of the other comics that are based on spin off stories, are crucial to learning about the origins and backgrounds of several villains including Sombra and Lord Tirek.

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** The Fiendship Is Magic ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFiendshipIsMagic'' comics, unlike most of the other comics that are based on spin off stories, are crucial to learning about the origins and backgrounds of several villains including Sombra and Lord Tirek.
20th Jan '16 5:31:11 AM SmugTrope
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** The Fiendship Is Magic comics, unlike most of the other comics that are based on spin off stories, are crucial to learning about the origins and backgrounds of several villains including Sombra and Lord Tirek.
1st Nov '15 11:26:50 AM nombretomado
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** The later issues handle [[LeftHanging dangling plot threads]] from the show, such as what exactly happened to Grey Gargoyle, Queen Karnilla, and Princess Ravonna. It also set the stage for {{Quicksilver}} and the ScarletWitch, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen who would've appeared in the show had it been picked up for a third season]].

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** The later issues handle [[LeftHanging dangling plot threads]] from the show, such as what exactly happened to Grey Gargoyle, Queen Karnilla, and Princess Ravonna. It also set the stage for {{Quicksilver}} ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} and the ScarletWitch, ComicBook/ScarletWitch, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen who would've appeared in the show had it been picked up for a third season]].
13th Oct '15 2:25:58 PM brb1006
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** In the episode "Fritz And The Mess Fairy" Fritz would usually bring up that the mess fairy is responsible for causing messes where ever he goes. After The Franks heard about the fairy they start making mess and even ruining Timothy and Nora's art project and blaming it on the mess fairy. When Fritz tells them to quiet it, The Franks tell him that he started it. He later tells Timothy and the other students that the mess fairy never existed and washes Timothy's project to make up his mistake. [[http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51DYKNXWR8L.jpg In the original book]] the episode was based on, The Mess Fairy is seen and depicted as a pig.
12th Oct '15 6:05:05 PM brb1006
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* In the {{Creator/Nelvana}} AnimatedAdaptation of TimothyGoesToSchool which is based on the works of RosemaryWells. Yoko's mother would sometimes bring up the other family members who still live in Japan along with mentioning her daughters early memories of living in Japan as a toddler. While we do see a glimpse of Yoko's grandfather in the episode "The Takatombo". We never actually see the other family members of Yoko in the show or even see the rest of Japan in general. In 2001, Wells made a book called "Yoko's Paper Cranes" where you can actually see Yoko as a very young kitten still living with her grandma and grandpa along with seeing cranes. We also see Yoko and her grandmother Obaasan feeding cranes,having tea, and Ojisaan showing her how to make paper cranes. This is also the only time Yoko's grandmather is actually seen.

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* In the {{Creator/Nelvana}} AnimatedAdaptation of TimothyGoesToSchool which is based on the works of RosemaryWells. Yoko's mother would sometimes bring up the other family members who still live living in Japan along with mentioning her daughters early memories of living in Japan as a toddler. While we do see a glimpse of Yoko's grandfather in the episode "The Takatombo". We never actually see the other family members of Yoko in the show or even see the rest of Japan in general. In 2001, Wells made a book called "Yoko's Paper Cranes" where you can actually see Yoko as a very young kitten still living with her grandma and grandpa along with seeing cranes. We also see Yoko and her grandmother Obaasan feeding cranes,having tea, and Ojisaan showing her how to make paper cranes. This is also the only time Yoko's grandmather is actually seen.
12th Oct '15 6:03:15 PM brb1006
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* In {{Creator/Nelvana's}} TimothyGoesToSchool animated series based on the works of RosemaryWells. Yoko's mother would sometimes bring up the other family members who still live in Japan along with mentioning her daughters early memories of living in Japan as a toddler. While we do see a glimpse of Yoko's grandfather in the episode "The Takatombo". We never actually see the other family members of Yoko in the show or even see the rest of Japan in general. In 2001, Wells made a book called "Yoko's Paper Cranes" where you can actually see Yoko as a very young kitten still living with her grandma and grandpa along with seeing cranes. We also see Yoko and her grandmother Obaasan feeding cranes,having tea, and Ojisaan showing her how to make paper cranes. This is also the only time Yoko's grandmather is actually seen.

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* In {{Creator/Nelvana's}} the {{Creator/Nelvana}} AnimatedAdaptation of TimothyGoesToSchool animated series which is based on the works of RosemaryWells. Yoko's mother would sometimes bring up the other family members who still live in Japan along with mentioning her daughters early memories of living in Japan as a toddler. While we do see a glimpse of Yoko's grandfather in the episode "The Takatombo". We never actually see the other family members of Yoko in the show or even see the rest of Japan in general. In 2001, Wells made a book called "Yoko's Paper Cranes" where you can actually see Yoko as a very young kitten still living with her grandma and grandpa along with seeing cranes. We also see Yoko and her grandmother Obaasan feeding cranes,having tea, and Ojisaan showing her how to make paper cranes. This is also the only time Yoko's grandmather is actually seen.
12th Oct '15 6:02:22 PM brb1006
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* In {{Creator/Nelvana's}} TimothyGoesToSchool animated series based on the works of RosemaryWells. Yoko's mother would sometimes bring up the other family members who still live in Japan along with mentioning her daughters early memories of living in Japan as a toddler. While we do see a glimpse of Yoko's grandfather in the episode "The Takatombo". We never actually see the other family members of Yoko in the show or even see the rest of Japan in general. In 2001, Wells made a book called "Yoko's Paper Cranes" where you can actually see Yoko as a very young kitten still living with her grandma and grandpa along with seeing cranes. We also see Yoko and her grandmother Obaasan feeding cranes,having tea, and Ojisaan showing her how to make paper cranes. This is also the only time Yoko's grandmather is actually seen.
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