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3rd Jul '16 12:45:40 PM Morgenthaler
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* We were expecting [[TheChosenOne Anakin]] to have met [[TheObiWan Obi-Wan]] and [[BadassGrandpa Yoda]] in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' prequels. Not so much [[TheSmartGuy C-3PO and R2-D2]].

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* We were expecting [[TheChosenOne Anakin]] to have met [[TheObiWan Obi-Wan]] Obi-Wan and [[BadassGrandpa Yoda]] in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' prequels. Not so much [[TheSmartGuy C-3PO and R2-D2]].
15th Jun '16 8:45:52 PM Doug86
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* Apocalypse from ''ComicBook/XMen'' was later revealed to have encountered, over the course of his long life, the following characters from different corners of the MarvelUniverse: Mister Sinister, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Externals]], Avengers villain Kang The Conqueror, the Brood, [[Comicbook/MoonKnight Acient Avatar of Khonshu]], Abraham van Helsing, Jonathan Harker and {{Dracula}}.

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* Apocalypse from ''ComicBook/XMen'' was later revealed to have encountered, over the course of his long life, the following characters from different corners of the MarvelUniverse: Franchise/MarvelUniverse: Mister Sinister, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Externals]], Avengers villain Kang The Conqueror, the Brood, [[Comicbook/MoonKnight Acient Avatar of Khonshu]], Abraham van Helsing, Jonathan Harker and {{Dracula}}.
15th Jun '16 6:02:06 PM Doug86
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* Happened a lot on ''{{Friends}}'', thanks to the various flashback episodes the show featured during its ten year run. Notiecably Chandler was originally just Monica's neighbour but early on the writers expanded on this so he was Ross's college roomate, met Monica and Rachel while they were in high school and spent frequent Thanksgivings with the Gellers, to the extent that he was the cause of [[{{FormerlyFat}} Monica's]] weight loss and she contributed to his hatred of Thanksgiving. The writers stated that he became Monica's neighbour because, now as close friends, she tipped him off about the avaliable apartment across from her.

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* Happened a lot on ''{{Friends}}'', ''Series/{{Friends}}'', thanks to the various flashback episodes the show featured during its ten year run. Notiecably Chandler was originally just Monica's neighbour but early on the writers expanded on this so he was Ross's college roomate, met Monica and Rachel while they were in high school and spent frequent Thanksgivings with the Gellers, to the extent that he was the cause of [[{{FormerlyFat}} Monica's]] weight loss and she contributed to his hatred of Thanksgiving. The writers stated that he became Monica's neighbour because, now as close friends, she tipped him off about the avaliable apartment across from her.
4th Mar '16 2:40:20 PM Doug86
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* Apocalypse from ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' was later revealed to have encountered, over the course of his long life, the following characters from different corners of the MarvelUniverse: Mister Sinister, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Externals]], Avengers villain Kang The Conqueror, the Brood, [[Comicbook/MoonKnight Acient Avatar of Khonshu]], Abraham van Helsing, Jonathan Harker and {{Dracula}}.

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* Apocalypse from ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' was later revealed to have encountered, over the course of his long life, the following characters from different corners of the MarvelUniverse: Mister Sinister, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Externals]], Avengers villain Kang The Conqueror, the Brood, [[Comicbook/MoonKnight Acient Avatar of Khonshu]], Abraham van Helsing, Jonathan Harker and {{Dracula}}.
8th Jan '16 1:27:56 AM Doug86
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* This happens quite a bit in the ''{{Redwall}}'' book series, both for the characters and for the history of Mossflower, Salamandastron, and the Abbey itself. There's eight books set chronologically before the first one that was published, which leads to quite the bit of ContinuitySnarl. This might explain Jacques' later focus on books set after Redwall chronologically, as it gave him more room to work with.

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* This happens quite a bit in the ''{{Redwall}}'' ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' book series, both for the characters and for the history of Mossflower, Salamandastron, and the Abbey itself. There's eight books set chronologically before the first one that was published, which leads to quite the bit of ContinuitySnarl. This might explain Jacques' later focus on books set after Redwall chronologically, as it gave him more room to work with.
7th Jan '16 3:07:49 AM erforce
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* In the movie ''YoungSherlockHolmes'', not only do Holmes and Watson know each other in boarding school as young teens rather than meeting as adults as happens in the books, but in a short post-credits scene it's revealed that Moriarty's enmity towards Sherlock Holmes goes much further back than the books indicate: he was a junior master [[EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether at the school that both Holmes and Watson went to]], and the mastermind of the first case Holmes ever solved. Lestrade also plays a part.
** The writer also interestingly makes Holmes and Watson the same age. From internal evidence in other stories in the Holmes canon, Holmes in ''A Study in Scarlet'' is 27 and Watson 31, so not likely to be bunkmates.

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* In the movie ''YoungSherlockHolmes'', ''Film/YoungSherlockHolmes'', not only do Holmes and Watson know each other in boarding school as young teens rather than meeting as adults as happens in the books, but in a short post-credits scene it's revealed that Moriarty's enmity towards Sherlock Holmes goes much further back than the books indicate: he was a junior master [[EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether at the school that both Holmes and Watson went to]], and the mastermind of the first case Holmes ever solved. Lestrade also plays a part.
** The writer also interestingly makes Holmes and Watson the same age. From internal evidence in other stories in the Holmes canon, Holmes in ''A Study in Scarlet'' ''Literature/AStudyInScarlet'' is 27 and Watson 31, so not likely to be bunkmates.
4th Jan '16 9:19:50 PM MasterChi
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** It makes more sense in the original ([[FridgeLogic sorta]]), where Sammy/Yukinari was shown returning home to Towa believing that his experience in the future was a dream. In fact, the only clue for the Japanese audience that Sammy was actually a young Professor Oak was during the credits when Tracey finds Sam's faded sketch of Celebi and Pikachu sleeping among Professor Oak's belongings. Although he should still have realized the truth upon examining his sketchbook anyway... or at least shown some surprise upon meeting the kids from his dream from 40 years earlier IRL.

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** It makes more sense in the original ([[FridgeLogic sorta]]), where Sammy/Yukinari Sammy was shown returning home to Towa believing that his experience in the future was a dream. In fact, the only clue for the Japanese audience that Sammy was actually a young Professor Oak was during the credits when Tracey finds Sam's faded sketch of Celebi and Pikachu sleeping among Professor Oak's belongings. Although he should still have realized the truth upon examining his sketchbook anyway... or at least shown some surprise upon meeting the kids from his dream from 40 years earlier IRL.
4th Jan '16 9:19:12 PM MasterChi
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** It makes more sense in the original ([[FridgeLogic sorta]]), where Sammy/Yukinari was shown returning home to Towa believing that his experience in the future was a dream. In fact, the only clue for the Japanese audience that Sammy was actually a young Professor Oak was during the credits when Tracey finds Sam's faded sketch of Celebi and Pikachu sleeping among Professor Oak's belongings. Although he should still have realized the truth upon examining his sketchbook anyway... or at least shown some surprise upon meeting the friends he made on his dream IRL.

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** It makes more sense in the original ([[FridgeLogic sorta]]), where Sammy/Yukinari was shown returning home to Towa believing that his experience in the future was a dream. In fact, the only clue for the Japanese audience that Sammy was actually a young Professor Oak was during the credits when Tracey finds Sam's faded sketch of Celebi and Pikachu sleeping among Professor Oak's belongings. Although he should still have realized the truth upon examining his sketchbook anyway... or at least shown some surprise upon meeting the friends he made on kids from his dream from 40 years earlier IRL.
4th Jan '16 9:17:10 PM MasterChi
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** It makes more sense in the original ([[FridgeLogic sorta]]), where Sammy/Yukinari was shown returning home to Towa believing that his experience in the future was a dream. In fact, the only clue for the Japanese audience that Sammy was actually a young Professor Oak was during the credits when Tracey finds Sam's faded sketch of Celebi and Pikachu sleeping among Professor Oak's belongings. Although he should still have realized the truth upon examining his sketchbook anyway... or at least shown some surprise upon meeting the friends he made on his dream IRL.
30th Dec '15 3:25:53 PM Anddrix
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* Back in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}, the ''ComicBook/{{Superboy}}'' series pioneered this, with just about everything from Franchise/{{Superman}} showing up "first" in Superboy, including SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor being a former childhood frenemy.

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* Back in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}, the ''ComicBook/{{Superboy}}'' series pioneered this, with just about everything from Franchise/{{Superman}} showing up "first" in Superboy, including SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor being a former childhood frenemy.
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