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22nd Nov '16 5:27:47 AM Mcbasilrocks
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* ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. Throughout the movie, Chicken Little repeatedly warns that 'pieces of the sky' are falling down, but no-one believes him. They're actually [[spoiler:cloaking panels falling off a fleet of UFOs,]] and in the climax, the entire evening sky is revealed to be [[spoiler:a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town.]] When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.

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* ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. Throughout the movie, Chicken Little repeatedly warns that 'pieces of the sky' are falling down, but no-one believes him. They're actually [[spoiler:cloaking panels falling off a fleet of UFOs,]] alien ships,]] and in the climax, the entire evening sky is revealed to be [[spoiler:a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town.]] When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.
22nd Nov '16 5:25:50 AM Mcbasilrocks
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* ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. In the climax, the evening sky is revealed to be [[spoiler:a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town.]] When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.

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* ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. In Throughout the movie, Chicken Little repeatedly warns that 'pieces of the sky' are falling down, but no-one believes him. They're actually [[spoiler:cloaking panels falling off a fleet of UFOs,]] and in the climax, the entire evening sky is revealed to be [[spoiler:a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town.]] When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.
22nd Nov '16 5:22:49 AM Mcbasilrocks
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* ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. In the climax, the evening sky is revealed to be a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town. When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.

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* ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. In the climax, the evening sky is revealed to be a [[spoiler:a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town. town.]] When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.
22nd Nov '16 5:20:50 AM Mcbasilrocks
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* ''Disney/ChiokenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. In the climax, the evening sky is revealed to be a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town. When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.

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* ''Disney/ChiokenLittle'' ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. In the climax, the evening sky is revealed to be a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town. When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.
22nd Nov '16 5:20:26 AM Mcbasilrocks
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* ''Disney/ChiokenLittle'' prominently features a literal version of this trope. In the climax, the evening sky is revealed to be a solid artificial layer made up of cloaked alien spaceships invading the town. When it breaks apart, the real sky - broad daylight - shines through the artificial one.


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13th Nov '16 11:28:20 PM Tron80
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* In Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} story ''Comicbook/DemonSpawn'', Kara -the eponymous heroine- is kidnapped and brought to an alternate dimension called the Innerverse, in which the sky is a dark-violet void.
19th Oct '16 2:50:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/GeneWolfe's ''BookOfTheNewSun'' is set so far into Earth's future, the terraformed Moon is covered in green forests, and the sun has dimmed to the point that stars are visible in the daytime.

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* Creator/GeneWolfe's ''BookOfTheNewSun'' ''Literature/BookOfTheNewSun'' is set so far into Earth's future, the terraformed Moon is covered in green forests, and the sun has dimmed to the point that stars are visible in the daytime.
19th Oct '16 1:38:48 AM ZombieAladdin
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* The Parallel World in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioColorSplash'' has a sky that's black on the horizon with a gradient to a deep purple directly overhead. This is their daytime sky. Combined with the clouds and the land, which are lighter in color than the sky, they create a rather unnatural, creepy, unsettling effect.

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* The Parallel World in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioColorSplash'' has a daytime sky that's black on the horizon with a gradient to a deep purple directly overhead. This is their daytime sky.overhead with no Sun visible. Combined with the clouds and the land, which are lighter in color than the sky, they create a rather unnatural, creepy, unsettling effect. (The nighttime sky is never seen, as Mario visits only during the day.)
19th Oct '16 1:33:06 AM ZombieAladdin
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* All of the Special Stages in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD'' are set in exotic locations seemingly on other planets. The first Special Stage has an Earth-like planet, only the black sky itself has ripple-like waves alternating red and blue. The sixth Special Stage has a sky consisting of a pattern resembling sine waves that rapidly shifts through the colors of the rainbow. The seventh Special Stage has a speckled green sky with a planet covering much of it.
* The Parallel World in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioColorSplash'' has a sky that's black on the horizon with a gradient to a deep purple directly overhead. This is their daytime sky. Combined with the clouds and the land, which are lighter in color than the sky, they create a rather unnatural, creepy, unsettling effect.
25th Sep '16 1:38:44 PM ShivaIndis
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* ''{{Lunar}}'' takes place, appropriately enough, on the moon, so it has a huge floating Earth in the sky.

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* ''{{Lunar}}'' ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' takes place, appropriately enough, on the moon, so it has a huge Earth floating Earth in the sky.
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