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25th Apr '16 3:06:13 PM Anddrix
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''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'' or ''LiveActionTV/DoctorWho''?

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''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'' or ''LiveActionTV/DoctorWho''?''Series/DoctorWho''?
25th Apr '16 3:01:22 PM WhatArtThee
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''[[WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus]]'' or ''[[LiveActionTV/DoctorWho]]''?

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''[[WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus]]'' ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'' or ''[[LiveActionTV/DoctorWho]]''?''LiveActionTV/DoctorWho''?
25th Apr '16 3:00:43 PM WhatArtThee
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* An eccentric individual travels around in a flying box through time and space, showing companions the wonders of the universe.
''[[WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus]]'' or ''[[LiveActionTV/DoctorWho]]''?
23rd Apr '16 11:50:29 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* This attraction at [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Walt Disney World's]] Epcot theme park -- just head for the imagination-themed pavillion -- tells the tale of a BlitheSpirit with magical powers who arrives in a place desperately in need of fun, whimsy, and color. The person in charge, a LargeHam (and played by a performer [[HeyItsThatGuy likely recognized by the adult viewers for their other work]]), is aghast at the magic being woven by Our Hero and tries to get them under control. But Our Hero knows that they just need to get in touch with a hidden, lovely part of themselves, and -- singing an EarWorm song all the way -- makes a grateful friend of them and transforms the setting in the process. There's some StuffBlowingUp, EverythingsBetterWithRainbows, and the final scene is set amongst the stars.\\

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* This attraction at [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Walt Disney World's]] Epcot theme park -- just head for the imagination-themed pavillion -- tells the tale of a BlitheSpirit with magical powers who arrives in a place desperately in need of fun, whimsy, and color. The person in charge, a LargeHam (and played by a performer [[HeyItsThatGuy likely recognized by the adult viewers for their other work]]), work), is aghast at the magic being woven by Our Hero and tries to get them under control. But Our Hero knows that they just need to get in touch with a hidden, lovely part of themselves, and -- singing an EarWorm song all the way -- makes a grateful friend of them and transforms the setting in the process. There's some StuffBlowingUp, EverythingsBetterWithRainbows, and the final scene is set amongst the stars.\\
21st Apr '16 12:25:11 PM Frozenwolf150
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* This comedy series was created as an intentional parody of other superhero stories. In this setting, superheroes are dime a dozen, with a wide assortment of wacky powers. Many of them are either narcissistic or completely useless, spending more time arguing than actually doing their job. The main protagonist is virtually indestructible, but the source of his power is never explained. He has a carefree goofball personality, but his sidekick takes the superhero job a lot more seriously. He lives in a small apartment and often has trouble making ends meet. He typically runs his daily errands in full costume, but nobody bats an eye. When he shows up to save the day, his fights often cause a lot of collateral damage that he doesn't seem to care about. At one point, the moon gets partially damaged thanks to the actions of a world-destroying supervillain.\\
Is this ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'' or ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan''?
16th Apr '16 2:41:30 PM erforce
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''LeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen: Century 2008'' or the opening ceremony to the London 2012 UsefulNotes/OlympicGames? %%Daibhid C, 4 Oct 2013

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''LeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen: ''Comicbook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen: Century 2008'' 2009'' or the opening ceremony to the London 2012 UsefulNotes/OlympicGames? %%Daibhid C, 4 Oct 2013
12th Apr '16 11:19:45 PM JoshuaSweetvale
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When the main story begins, the viewpoint character is all grown up... and human society has been mostly destroyed by the children of the monster their parent unleashed. They are leading the defense of a small bastion of human hope, even trying to keep some greenery alive under their aegis. Their base is fortified but ultimately doomed. When the fight against the monsters inevitably begins again, they must try to balance their ethics and desire to keep their young charges safe with their desire for revenge and a better world. The mythological monsters start dropping like flies from the onslaught of unorthodox and unethical but awesome human ingenuity, but not without their base getting trashed and losing a lot of people, especially by the point an arrogant American 'badass' arrives to 'help'.\\

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When the main story begins, the viewpoint character is all grown up... and human society has been mostly destroyed by the children of the monster their parent unleashed. They are leading the defense of a small bastion of human hope, even trying to keep some greenery alive under their aegis. Their base is fortified but ultimately doomed. When the fight against the monsters inevitably begins again, they must try to balance their ethics and desire to keep their young charges safe with their desire for revenge and a better world. The mythological monsters start dropping like flies from the onslaught of unorthodox and unethical but awesome human ingenuity, but not without their base getting trashed and losing a lot of people, especially by the point an arrogant American 'badass' arrives to 'help'.people.\\
12th Apr '16 11:10:09 PM JoshuaSweetvale
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When the main story begins, the viewpoint character is all grown up... and human society has been mostly destroyed by the children of the monster their parent unleashed. They are leading the defense of a small bastion of human hope, even trying to keep some greenery alive under their aegis. Their base is fortified but ultimately doomed. And then,of course, they are thrust back into action, trying to balance their ethics and desire to keep their young charges safe with their desire for revenge and a better world. The mythological monsters start dropping like flies from the onslaught of unorthodox and unethical but awesome human ingenuity, but not without their base getting trashed and losing a lot of people, especially by the point an arrogant American 'badass' arrives to 'help'.\\

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When the main story begins, the viewpoint character is all grown up... and human society has been mostly destroyed by the children of the monster their parent unleashed. They are leading the defense of a small bastion of human hope, even trying to keep some greenery alive under their aegis. Their base is fortified but ultimately doomed. And then,of course, When the fight against the monsters inevitably begins again, they are thrust back into action, trying must try to balance their ethics and desire to keep their young charges safe with their desire for revenge and a better world. The mythological monsters start dropping like flies from the onslaught of unorthodox and unethical but awesome human ingenuity, but not without their base getting trashed and losing a lot of people, especially by the point an arrogant American 'badass' arrives to 'help'.\\
12th Apr '16 11:06:59 PM JoshuaSweetvale
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* As a kid, the main sympathetic adult point of view character was visiting an archaeological dig when their parent of the opposite sex unearthed the male progenitor entity of an ancient race of biologically superior mythical beings. Said male progentior promptly woke up and started killing everything.
Our protagonist's parent was only barely able to seal their child into an escape mechanism. The child is forced to watch as they're carried to safety while their parent is incinerated by the progenitor entity that had just woken up.\\

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* As a kid, the main sympathetic adult point of view character was visiting an archaeological dig when their parent of the opposite sex unearthed the male progenitor entity of an ancient race of biologically superior mythical beings. Said male progentior promptly woke up and started killing everything.
everything. Our protagonist's parent was only barely able to seal their child into an escape mechanism. The child is forced to watch as they're carried to safety while their parent is incinerated by the progenitor entity that had just woken up.\\
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