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12th Dec '17 8:15:11 AM DarthLink22
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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon: ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 18 as of ''WesternAnimation/Cars3''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.

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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon: ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 18 19 as of ''WesternAnimation/Cars3''.''WesternAnimation/{{Coco}}''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.
12th Dec '17 4:21:48 AM jormis29
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* To give another idea of the sheer scope of art history, here is just a small list of notable artists from 1375 to 1885; Juan Ramirez, Jose Luzan, Luis Melendez, Antonio Gonzalez Velazquez, Francisco Bayeu, Jose Del Castillo, Mariano Salvador Maella, Ramon Bayeu, Luis Paret Y Alcazar, Francisco Goya, Antonio Carnicero, Asensio Julia, Agustin Esteve, Zacarias Gonzalez Velazquez, Vincente Lopez Portana, Eugenio Lucas, Guiseppe Maria Crespi, Alessandro Magnasco, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Pietro Longhi, Corrado Giaquinto, Francesco Guardi, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Giacomo Ceruti, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Lorenzo Baldissera Tiepolo, Paolo Borroni, Sir Joshua Reynolds, George Stubbs, Thomas Gainsborough, George Romney, Thomas Rowlandson, William Blake, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable, Jean Ranc, Michel-Ange Houasse, Antoine Watteau, Francois Boucher, Louis-Michel Van Loo, Jean-Baptise Greuze, Jean-Honore Fragonard, Jean-Baptiste Le Prince, Jacques Louis David, Pierre Prud'Hon, Antoine-Jean Gros, Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres, Theodore Gericault, Camille Corot, Eugene Delacroix, Honcre Daumier, Edouard Manet, Anton Raphael Mengs, Juan Andres Mercklein, John Henry Fusel, Caspar David Friedrich, Johann Nepomuk Kaspar, John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, Gilbert Stuart, John Trumbull, Raphael Peale, Rembrandt Peale, Washington Allston, Thomas Sully, John James Audubon, Samuel F.B. Morse, George Catlin, Thomas Cole, William Sidney Mount, Hans Multscher, Stephan Lochner, Meister Francke, Lucas Moser, Conrad Witz, Michael Wolgemut, Michael Pacher, Rueland Frueauf the Elder, Veit Stoss, Martin Schongauer, Hans Pleydenwurff, Hans Holbein the Elder, Bernard Strigel, Grunewald, Albrecht Durer, Lucas Cranach the elder, Hans Burgkmair, Jorg Breu, Hans Seuss Von Kulmbach, Albrecht Altdorfer, Hans Schaufelein, Leonhard Beck, Hans Baldung Grien, Wolf Traut, Hanns Durer, Hans Springinklee, Wolf Huber, Barthel Bruyn, Hans Holbein the Younger, Georg Pencz, Sebald Beham, Barthel Beham, Enguerrand Quarton, Jean Fouquet, Simon Marmion, The Master of King Rene D'Anjou, Nicholas Froment, Maitre De Moulins, Jean Clouet, Jean Duvet, Francois Clouet, Robert Campin, Jan Van Eyck, Rogier Van Der Weyden, Petrus Christus, Dirck Bouts, Hans Memling, Hugo Van Der Goes, Hieronymus Bosch, Gerard David, Geertgen Tot [=SintJans=], Quentin Massys, Mabuse Jan Gossaert, Joachim Patinier, Joos Van Cleve, Bernard Van Orley, Lucas Van Leyden, Jan Van Scorel, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Fra Filippo Lippi, Piero Della Francesca, Gentile Bellini, Antonello Da Messina, Giovanni Bellini, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Andrea Mantegna, Jacopo De' Barbari, Luca Signorelli, Sandro Botticelli, Pietro Perugino, Domenico Ghirllandaio, Vittore Carpaccio, Fra Bartolommeo, Michelangelo, Giorgione, Andrea Del Sarto, Correggio, Pontormo, Francesco Parmigianino, Jacopo Tintoretto, Rembrandt Van Rjin, Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Henri De Toulouse Loutrec, Auguste Rodin, Bartholdi, Rodin, Jackson Pollock, Piet Mondrian, Raphael, Donatello, Monet, Sandro Botticelli, Grant Wood, Edvard Munch, James Whistler, Georgia O Keefe, Alphonse Mucha, Edward Hopper, L.S. Lowry, Rene Magritte, Gustav Klimt, Titian, Cecil Bell, and Francisco Goya. Good luck.

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* To give another idea of the sheer scope of art history, here is just a small list of notable artists from 1375 to 1885; Juan Ramirez, Jose Luzan, Luis Melendez, Antonio Gonzalez Velazquez, Francisco Bayeu, Jose Del Castillo, Mariano Salvador Maella, Ramon Bayeu, Luis Paret Y Alcazar, Francisco Goya, Antonio Carnicero, Asensio Julia, Agustin Esteve, Zacarias Gonzalez Velazquez, Vincente Lopez Portana, Eugenio Lucas, Guiseppe Maria Crespi, Alessandro Magnasco, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Pietro Longhi, Corrado Giaquinto, Francesco Guardi, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Giacomo Ceruti, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Lorenzo Baldissera Tiepolo, Paolo Borroni, Sir Joshua Reynolds, George Stubbs, Thomas Gainsborough, George Romney, Thomas Rowlandson, William Blake, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable, Jean Ranc, Michel-Ange Houasse, Antoine Watteau, Francois Boucher, Louis-Michel Van Loo, Jean-Baptise Greuze, Jean-Honore Fragonard, Jean-Baptiste Le Prince, Jacques Louis David, Pierre Prud'Hon, Antoine-Jean Gros, Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres, Theodore Gericault, Camille Corot, Eugene Delacroix, Honcre Daumier, Edouard Manet, Anton Raphael Mengs, Juan Andres Mercklein, John Henry Fusel, Caspar David Friedrich, Johann Nepomuk Kaspar, John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, Gilbert Stuart, John Trumbull, Raphael Peale, Rembrandt Peale, Washington Allston, Thomas Sully, John James Audubon, Samuel F.B. Morse, George Catlin, Thomas Cole, William Sidney Mount, Hans Multscher, Stephan Lochner, Meister Francke, Lucas Moser, Conrad Witz, Michael Wolgemut, Michael Pacher, Rueland Frueauf the Elder, Veit Stoss, Martin Schongauer, Hans Pleydenwurff, Hans Holbein the Elder, Bernard Strigel, Grunewald, Albrecht Durer, Lucas Cranach the elder, Hans Burgkmair, Jorg Breu, Hans Seuss Von Kulmbach, Albrecht Altdorfer, Hans Schaufelein, Leonhard Beck, Hans Baldung Grien, Wolf Traut, Hanns Durer, Hans Springinklee, Wolf Huber, Barthel Bruyn, Hans Holbein the Younger, Georg Pencz, Sebald Beham, Barthel Beham, Enguerrand Quarton, Jean Fouquet, Simon Marmion, The Master of King Rene D'Anjou, Nicholas Froment, Maitre De Moulins, Jean Clouet, Jean Duvet, Francois Clouet, Robert Campin, Jan Van Eyck, Rogier Van Der Weyden, Petrus Christus, Dirck Bouts, Hans Memling, Hugo Van Der Goes, Hieronymus Bosch, Gerard David, Geertgen Tot [=SintJans=], Quentin Massys, Mabuse Jan Gossaert, Joachim Patinier, Joos Van Cleve, Bernard Van Orley, Lucas Van Leyden, Jan Van Scorel, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Fra Filippo Lippi, Piero Della Francesca, Gentile Bellini, Antonello Da Messina, Giovanni Bellini, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Andrea Mantegna, Jacopo De' Barbari, Luca Signorelli, Sandro Botticelli, Pietro Perugino, Domenico Ghirllandaio, Vittore Carpaccio, Fra Bartolommeo, Michelangelo, Giorgione, Andrea Del Sarto, Correggio, Pontormo, Francesco Parmigianino, Jacopo Tintoretto, Rembrandt Van Rjin, Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Henri De Toulouse Loutrec, Auguste Rodin, Bartholdi, Rodin, Jackson Pollock, Piet Mondrian, Raphael, Donatello, Monet, Sandro Botticelli, Grant Wood, Edvard Munch, James Whistler, Georgia O Keefe, Alphonse Mucha, Creator/AlphonseMucha, Edward Hopper, L.S. Lowry, Rene Magritte, Gustav Klimt, Titian, Cecil Bell, and Francisco Goya. Good luck.
8th Dec '17 7:54:13 PM thirdscenario
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*** One speedrunner, The Mexican Runner (TMR), undertook the [[http://themexicanrunner.com/faq NESMania]] challenge to play every NES game released in North America. It took from 2014 May 28th to 2017 February 26th, and he clocked around ''3,435 hours'' of total play time by the end (the NESMania archive itself also falls under this trope).
4th Dec '17 5:36:53 PM DaFlabbagasta
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** With the release of ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', the universe now has a whopping ''17 movies'', which would already be enough for the franchise to qualify for this trope. But when you factor in the TV side of things, it starts to get utterly ridiculous. ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' currently has 88 episodes, with another season (expected to be the last) on the way, as well as an online tie-in miniseries, WebVideo/AgentsOfSHIELDSlingshot, which contains 6 episodes. ''Series/AgentCarter'' ended with 18 episodes, and ''Series/{{Inhumans}}'' will close out its first season with 8 episodes. As for the ‘’Creator/Netflix’’ shows, ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'', ''Series/JessicaJones'', ''Series/LukeCage'', ''Series/IronFist'', and ''Series/ThePunisher'' all have 13 episodes per season, while ''Series/TheDefenders'' has 8. And when you add in another [[Film/MarvelOneShots five short films]], the universe gets just a teensy bit bigger. All in all, that makes for a grand total of ''228'' individual installments. And if you think that’s daunting, consider that 8 more movies have been officially announced, as well [[Series/NewWarriors two]] [[Series/CloakAndDagger more]] series on Creator/{{Freeform}} and a [[Series/Runaways2017 third]] on Creator/{{Hulu}}, as well as additional seasons for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist (further seasons for The Defenders and Iron Fist have yet to be announced, but they’re likely inevitable). If we assume that the upcoming seasons of the Netflix shows have the same number of episodes as their predecessors, then that will add an additional ''73'' episodes to the MCU.

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** With the release of ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', the universe now has a whopping ''17 movies'', which would already be enough for the franchise to qualify for this trope. But when you factor in the TV side of things, it starts to get utterly ridiculous. ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' currently has 88 episodes, with another season (expected to be the last) on the way, as well as an online tie-in miniseries, WebVideo/AgentsOfSHIELDSlingshot, which contains 6 episodes. ''Series/AgentCarter'' ended with 18 episodes, and ''Series/{{Inhumans}}'' will close out its first season with 8 episodes. As for the ‘’Creator/Netflix’’ shows, ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'', ''Series/JessicaJones'', ''Series/LukeCage'', ''Series/IronFist'', and ''Series/ThePunisher'' all have 13 episodes per season, while ''Series/TheDefenders'' has 8. And when you add in another [[Film/MarvelOneShots five short films]], the universe gets just a teensy bit bigger. All in all, that makes for a grand total of ''228'' individual installments. And if you think that’s daunting, consider that 8 more movies have been officially announced, as well [[Series/NewWarriors two]] [[Series/CloakAndDagger more]] series on Creator/{{Freeform}} and a [[Series/Runaways2017 third]] on Creator/{{Hulu}}, as well as additional seasons for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist (further seasons for The Defenders and Iron Fist The Punisher have yet to be announced, but they’re likely inevitable). If we assume that the upcoming seasons of the Netflix shows have the same number of episodes as their predecessors, then that will add an additional ''73'' episodes to the MCU.
4th Dec '17 5:17:06 AM DerpDerpG
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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon: ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 19 as of ''WesternAnimation/Coco''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.

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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon: ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 19 18 as of ''WesternAnimation/Coco''.''WesternAnimation/Cars3''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.
4th Dec '17 5:16:18 AM DerpDerpG
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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon: ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 18 as of ''WesternAnimation/Cars3''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.

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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon: ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 18 19 as of ''WesternAnimation/Cars3''.''WesternAnimation/Coco''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.
30th Nov '17 8:19:39 AM hubakon1368
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* The ''Fanfic/MyLittleUnicorn'' fanfics are ''long and numerous.'' If you want to catch up, be warned.

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* The ''Fanfic/MyLittleUnicorn'' ''Fanfic/MyBravePonyStarfleetMagic'' fanfics are ''long and numerous.'' If you want to catch up, be warned.
29th Nov '17 4:25:10 PM tenatelop1
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** With the release of ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', the universe now has a whopping ''17 movies'', which would already be enough for the franchise to qualify for this trope. But when you factor in the TV side of things, it starts to get utterly ridiculous. ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' currently has 88 episodes, with another season (expected to be the last) on the way, as well as an online tie-in miniseries, WebVideo/AgentsOfSHIELDSlingshot, which contains 6 episodes. ''Series/AgentCarter'' ended with 18 episodes, and ''Series/{{Inhumans}}'' will close out its first season with 8 episodes. As for the ‘’Creator/Netflix’’ shows, ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'', ''Series/JessicaJones'', ''Series/LukeCage'', ''Series/IronFist'', and ''Series/ThePunisher'' all have 13 episodes per season, while ''Series/TheDefenders'' has 8. And when you add in another [[Film/MarvelOneShots five short films]], the universe gets just a teensy bit bigger. All in all, that makes for a grand total of ''228'' individual installments. And if you think that’s daunting, consider that 8 more movies have been officially announced, as well [[Series/NewWarriors two]] [[Series/CloakAndDagger more]] series on Creator/{{Freeform}} and a third on Creator/{{Hulu}}, as well as additional seasons for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist (further seasons for The Defenders and Iron Fist have yet to be announced, but they’re likely inevitable). If we assume that the upcoming seasons of the Netflix shows have the same number of episodes as their predecessors, then that will add an additional ''73'' episodes to the MCU.

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** With the release of ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', the universe now has a whopping ''17 movies'', which would already be enough for the franchise to qualify for this trope. But when you factor in the TV side of things, it starts to get utterly ridiculous. ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' currently has 88 episodes, with another season (expected to be the last) on the way, as well as an online tie-in miniseries, WebVideo/AgentsOfSHIELDSlingshot, which contains 6 episodes. ''Series/AgentCarter'' ended with 18 episodes, and ''Series/{{Inhumans}}'' will close out its first season with 8 episodes. As for the ‘’Creator/Netflix’’ shows, ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'', ''Series/JessicaJones'', ''Series/LukeCage'', ''Series/IronFist'', and ''Series/ThePunisher'' all have 13 episodes per season, while ''Series/TheDefenders'' has 8. And when you add in another [[Film/MarvelOneShots five short films]], the universe gets just a teensy bit bigger. All in all, that makes for a grand total of ''228'' individual installments. And if you think that’s daunting, consider that 8 more movies have been officially announced, as well [[Series/NewWarriors two]] [[Series/CloakAndDagger more]] series on Creator/{{Freeform}} and a third [[Series/Runaways2017 third]] on Creator/{{Hulu}}, as well as additional seasons for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist (further seasons for The Defenders and Iron Fist have yet to be announced, but they’re likely inevitable). If we assume that the upcoming seasons of the Netflix shows have the same number of episodes as their predecessors, then that will add an additional ''73'' episodes to the MCU.
26th Nov '17 12:17:42 PM Superfield
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* ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' has spawned 650+ episodes and 22 movies among 14 seasons, with the cumulative running time currently being about '''290 hours'''. ''Ten'' of those seasons can be watched independently as two sets of two series are sequels. And good luck watching nine of the movies as they are BatFamilyCrossover movies and you're gonna need a scorecard trying to figure out which heroine is which.

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* ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' has spawned 650+ 675+ episodes and 22 23 movies among 14 seasons, with the cumulative running time currently being about '''290 '''300 hours'''. ''Ten'' of those seasons can be watched independently as two sets of two series are sequels. And good luck watching nine of the movies as they are BatFamilyCrossover movies and you're gonna need a scorecard trying to figure out which heroine is which.
25th Nov '17 4:45:01 PM TheDeadSkin
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* Music/TheSmashingPumpkins only have ten official studio albums as of 2015, so that doesn't seem too bad. Until you look at the band's colossal vault of B-sides and reissues. The 2005 collection ''Rarities and B-Sides'', which wasn't even complete at the time it was released, has 114 tracks representing over eight hours of material. And the band's reissues of its albums are an even larger endeavour to get through. The first two albums and the rarities collection ''Pisces Iscariot'' were reissued with a bonus CD and a bonus DVD, representing around three to four hours of material for each album. ''Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'' was given three bonus [=CDs=] and a DVD, expanding its running time to over seven hours. ''The Aeroplane Flies High'' was given about three [=CDs=]' worth of bonus material (although, owing to the way the material was broken up on the original compilation, only one CD was added to the box set) and a bonus DVD, expanding its running time to nearly eight hours. ''Adore'' was given ''five bonus [=CDs=] and a bonus DVD'', expanding its running time to over nine hours. And they're not even done reissuing their albums. In short, good luck. It's probably not an exaggeration to say that Billy Corgan was one of the most prolific songwriters of the 1990s, especially since there are ''at least'' 50 songs from that era still in the vaults.

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* * Music/TheSmashingPumpkins only have just ten official studio albums as of 2015, so that doesn't seem too bad. Until you look at the band's colossal besides a ''colossal'' vault of B-sides and reissues. The 2005 collection ''Rarities and B-Sides'', which wasn't even complete at the time it was released, B-Sides'' digital compilation has 114 tracks representing with over eight hours of material. And the band's reissues of its albums are an even larger endeavour to get through. The first two albums material, and the rarities collection it was released incomplete. ''Gish'', ''Siamese Dream'' and ''Pisces Iscariot'' were reissued with a bonus CD and a bonus DVD, representing around three to four hours of material for each album. ''Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'' was given three bonus [=CDs=] and a DVD, expanding its running time to over seven hours. ''The Aeroplane Flies High'' was given about three [=CDs=]' worth of bonus material (although, owing to the way the material was broken up on the original compilation, only one CD was added to the box set) and a bonus DVD, expanding its running time to nearly eight hours. ''Adore'' was given ''five bonus [=CDs=] and a bonus DVD'', expanding its running time to over nine hours. And they're not even done reissuing their albums. In short, good luck. It's probably not an no exaggeration to say that call Billy Corgan was one of the most prolific songwriters of the 1990s, especially since there are with ''at least'' 50 songs from that era period still in the vaults.
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