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29th Apr '16 8:38:25 PM SatoshiBakura
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'', Jonouchi's quest for a better Duel Disk goes nowhere, and Aigami's connection to Bakura and Shadi isn't elaborated on much at all; he drops his revenge quest for Yami Bakura killing Shadi in about five minutes and never brings it up again.

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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'', Jonouchi's quest for a better Duel Disk goes nowhere, and Aigami's connection to Bakura and Shadi isn't elaborated on much at all; he drops his revenge quest for Yami Bakura killing Shadi in about five minutes and never brings it up again.nowhere.
28th Apr '16 11:13:00 AM comicwriter
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** Mal Duncan was intended to become [[AffirmativeActionLegacy the new]] Guardian, but editor Julie Schwartz hated the idea, so Mal abandoned the identity the very next issue. Mal also lost the Gabriel Horn at one point, and the plot was never resolved. Had the book continued, it would have been revealed that Mal had hidden it himself because he subconsciously did not want to be a superhero anymore.
25th Apr '16 10:42:16 AM lalalei2001
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'', Jonouchi's quest for a better Duel Disk goes nowhere, and Aigami's connection to Bakura and Shadi isn't elaborated on much at all; he drops his revenge quest for Yami Bakura killing Shadi in about five minutes and never brings it up again.
19th Apr '16 11:14:08 PM dsneybuf
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** "Coporatocracy", a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}'' comic created for the periodical ''BANG! The Entertainment Paper'', ends on a cliffhanger. However, the following ''BANG!'' issue has an unrelated ''Mulberry'' story, "My Fat Lady". Mulberry and Jack even admit forgetting what exactly happened in "Coporatocracy".

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** "Coporatocracy", a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}'' comic created for the periodical ''BANG! The Entertainment Paper'', Magazine'', ends on a cliffhanger. However, the following ''BANG!'' issue has an unrelated ''Mulberry'' story, "My Fat Lady". Mulberry and Jack even admit forgetting what exactly happened in "Coporatocracy".
12th Apr '16 4:27:30 PM CASCHero
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* The whole matter with Dex that started in ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2''. You find out he was one of the few who had set you up to be killed at the end of the first game. But he runs off to escape retribution with the Boss vowing to hunt him down by the end of the game. However [[VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird the third game]] never even continued said storyline and he only gets a (rather humorous) mention in passing [[VideoGame/SaintsRowIV in the 4th game]].

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* The whole matter with Dex that started in ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2''. You find out he was one of the few who had set you up to be killed at the end of the first game. But he runs off to escape retribution with the Boss vowing to hunt him down by the end of the game. However [[VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird the third game]] never even continued said storyline and he only gets a (rather humorous) mention in passing [[VideoGame/SaintsRowIV in the 4th game]]. You do somewhat get to kill him in ''Gat out of Hell'' but it feels moots since [[spoiler: he was killed when the Earth was destroyed and already in Hell being tortured.]]
12th Apr '16 4:18:57 PM CASCHero
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* The whole matter with Dex that started in ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2''. You find out he was one of the few who had set you up to be killed at the end of the first game. But he runs off to escape retribution with the Boss vowing to hunt him down by the end of the game. However [[VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird the third game]] never even continued said storyline and he only gets a (rather humorous) mention in passing [[VideoGame/SaintsRowIV in the 4th game]].
10th Apr '16 3:13:54 AM thecarolinabull01
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* In mid-2015 time was dedicated to showing [[Wrestling/JohnnyCurtis Fandango]] dropping his salsa dancer gimmick and turning face, going back to his old ballroom dancer character. This pissed off his girlfriend/valet, Rosa Mendes who turned on him for Adam Rose, becoming his muse/girlfriend and the two shown many times as SickeningSweethearts. Eventually, Rosa stopped appearing with Rose and no explanation was given.

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* In mid-2015 time was dedicated to showing [[Wrestling/JohnnyCurtis Fandango]] dropping his salsa dancer gimmick and turning face, going back to his old ballroom dancer character. This pissed off his girlfriend/valet, Rosa Mendes who turned on him for Adam Rose, becoming his muse/girlfriend and the two shown many times as SickeningSweethearts. Eventually, Rosa stopped appearing with Rose and no explanation was given. It was later revealed on ''Series/TotalDivas'' that Rosa was pregnant and had gone on maternity leave at the time, so that's probably why it was dropped.
10th Apr '16 3:09:13 AM thecarolinabull01
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* In the Wrestling/{{WWE}}, 2007's "Who Killed Wrestling/VinceMcMahon?" was abruptly halted when two to three weeks after the storyline began, Wrestling/ChrisBenoit [[TooSoon killed his family, and then himself]]. It was later explained that "Vince" had faked his death. It would've eventually been revealed that Mr. Kennedy was involved. A year later, the Raw set was sabotaged, with equipment falling on Wrestling/VinceMcMahon. The perpetrator was never revealed, and it wasn't mentioned again after a week or so.

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* In the Wrestling/{{WWE}}, 2007's "Who Killed Wrestling/VinceMcMahon?" was abruptly halted when two to three weeks after the storyline began, Wrestling/ChrisBenoit [[TooSoon killed his family, and then himself]]. It was later explained that "Vince" had faked his death. It would've eventually been revealed that [[Wrestling/KenAnderson Mr. Kennedy Kennedy]] was involved. A year later, the Raw set was sabotaged, with equipment falling on Wrestling/VinceMcMahon. The perpetrator was never revealed, and it wasn't mentioned again after a week or so.
18th Mar '16 1:29:18 PM ObsidianFire
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** This goes back to G1, where "The Rebirth" three-parter introduces a ton of new characters and situations... and suddenly has to ''wrap up the entire show,'' as during its production it was cut from ''a fourth season'' to a five-parter to a three-parter. The various comic series have faced the same problem, though with the DreamwaveComics series, it had more to do with the death of the company itself. There's one exception to the rule: ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime.'' Despite all Hasbro's talk of the constant reboots ending in favor of a "[[TransformersAlignedUniverse new, aligned continuity]]" GenreSavvy producers plotted a three-season series with a beginning, middle, and end. When that end came a bit sooner than intended with season three's episode count getting cut down, it apparently didn't hamper them much. As such, we get the ''only'' TF property to finish all it started and have a truly satisfying ending instead of a rushed wrapup.

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** This goes back to G1, where "The Rebirth" three-parter introduces a ton of new characters and situations... and suddenly has to ''wrap up the entire show,'' as during its production it was cut from ''a fourth season'' to a five-parter to a three-parter. The various comic series have faced the same problem, though with the DreamwaveComics series, it had more to do with the death of the company itself. There's one exception to the rule: ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime.'' Despite all Hasbro's talk of the constant reboots ending in favor of a "[[TransformersAlignedUniverse new, aligned continuity]]" GenreSavvy producers plotted a three-season series with a beginning, middle, and end. When that end came a bit sooner than intended with season three's episode count getting cut down, it apparently didn't hamper them much. As such, we get the ''only'' TF property to finish all it started and have a truly satisfying ending instead of a rushed wrapup.
14th Mar '16 10:19:04 PM comicwriter
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* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' Season 2 ended with CaptainAmerica and Comicbook/IronMan deciding that they needed to expand the team in order to face bigger threats, and the last shot showed them looking at images of a bunch of potential new recruits like Comicbook/BlackPanther, [[Comicbook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]], Comicbook/DoctorStrange, and MoonKnight. The Season 3 premier then opened up with none of these characters as part of the Avengers roster, with Comicbook/TheFalcon offhandedly mentioning that the expansion plan had been cancelled.
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