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29th May '16 12:18:38 AM TheJayman49
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* ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' shows with [[NightmareFuel brutal honesty]] just how much it would suck to be AnthropomorphicFood (as in, said food learning that their "destiny" is to be eaten by humans).

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* ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' shows with [[NightmareFuel brutal honesty]] just how much it would suck to be AnthropomorphicFood (as in, said food learning that their "destiny" is to be eaten ''eaten by humans).humans'').
29th May '16 12:14:33 AM TheJayman49
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* ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' shows with [[NightmareFuel brutal honesty]] just how much it would suck to be AnthropomorphicFood (as in, said food learning that their "destiny" is to be eaten by humans).
12th May '16 11:45:52 PM Eddy1215
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* ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' has Foop, who, from the start of his introduction episode, had a ThereCanOnlyBeOne mindset with regards to Poof. However, it has been hinted that fairies and their anti-fairy counterparts are connected and anti fairies rely on their counterparts to exist, leaving many to wonder what would happen to Foop if he ever succeeded. The answer comes around in "Timmy's Secret Wish" when Foop manages to get Timmy branded as the worst godkid to exist and have all his wishes erased, including Poof. In the middle of celebrating his success, Jorgen tells Foop that as Poof's anti-fairy, [[PyrrhicVillainy his existence is erased as well]]. [[ResetButton Following being restored]], [[DiminishingVillainThreat Foop went from seeking Poof's destruction to being]] TheRival.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' has Foop, who, from the start of his introduction episode, had a ThereCanOnlyBeOne mindset with regards to Poof. However, it has been hinted that fairies and their anti-fairy counterparts are connected and anti fairies anti-fairies rely on their counterparts to exist, leaving many to wonder what would happen to Foop if he ever succeeded.succeeded in eliminating Poof. The answer comes around in "Timmy's Secret Wish" when Foop manages to get Timmy branded as the worst godkid to exist and have all his wishes erased, including Poof. In the middle of celebrating his success, Jorgen tells Foop that as Poof's anti-fairy, [[PyrrhicVillainy his existence is erased as well]]. [[ResetButton Following being restored]], [[DiminishingVillainThreat Foop went from seeking Poof's destruction to being]] TheRival.
12th May '16 11:44:32 PM Eddy1215
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* ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' has Foop, who, from the start of his introduction episode, had a ThereCanOnlyBeOne mindset with regards to Poof. However, it has been hinted that fairies and their anti-fairy counterparts are connected and anti fairies rely on their counterparts to exist, leaving many to wonder what would happen to Foop if he ever succeeded. The answer comes around in "Timmy's Secret Wish" when Foop manages to get Timmy branded as the worst godkid to exist and have all his wishes erased, including Poof. In the middle of celebrating his success, Jorgen tells Foop that as Poof's anti-fairy, [[PyrrhicVillainy his existence is erased as well]]. [[ResetButton Following being restored]], [[DiminishingVillainThreat Foop went from seeking Poof's destruction to being a rival]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' has Foop, who, from the start of his introduction episode, had a ThereCanOnlyBeOne mindset with regards to Poof. However, it has been hinted that fairies and their anti-fairy counterparts are connected and anti fairies rely on their counterparts to exist, leaving many to wonder what would happen to Foop if he ever succeeded. The answer comes around in "Timmy's Secret Wish" when Foop manages to get Timmy branded as the worst godkid to exist and have all his wishes erased, including Poof. In the middle of celebrating his success, Jorgen tells Foop that as Poof's anti-fairy, [[PyrrhicVillainy his existence is erased as well]]. [[ResetButton Following being restored]], [[DiminishingVillainThreat Foop went from seeking Poof's destruction to being a rival]].being]] TheRival.
12th May '16 11:44:10 PM Eddy1215
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* ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' has Foop, who, from the start of his introduction episode, had a ThereCanOnlyBeOne mindset with regards to Poof. However, it has been hinted that fairies and their anti-fairy counterparts are connected and anti fairies rely on their counterparts to exist, leaving many to wonder what would happen to Foop if he ever succeeded. The answer comes around in "Timmy's Secret Wish" when Foop manages to get Timmy branded as the worst godkid to exist and have all his wishes erased, including Poof. In the middle of celebrating his success, Jorgen tells Foop that as Poof's anti-fairy, [[PyrrhicVillainy his existence is erased as well]]. [[ResetButton Following being restored]], [[DiminishingVillainThreat Foop went from seeking Poof's destruction to being a rival]].
27th Apr '16 5:07:06 PM EternityofSpirits
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* One of the main criticisms of ''SuperDanganRonpa2'' is how nothing comes of [[spoiler:Naegi defying direct orders from his superiors in the Future Foundation and saving the surviving Remnants of Despair instead of leaving them to die]]. In ''DanganRonpa3'', [[spoiler:both promotional art and WordOfGod heavily imply that Neagi's actions are going to have ''serious'' repurcussions.]]

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* One of the main criticisms of ''SuperDanganRonpa2'' is how nothing comes of [[spoiler:Naegi defying direct orders from his superiors in the Future Foundation and saving the surviving Remnants of Despair instead of leaving them to die]]. In ''DanganRonpa3'', [[spoiler:both promotional art and WordOfGod heavily imply that Neagi's actions are going to have ''serious'' repurcussions.[[spoiler: the plot is kickstarted by the Future Foundation arresting Naegi for treason.]]
19th Apr '16 4:07:23 AM DannWoolf
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** Then you remember that Gannon is defeated for ''good'' in the original Zelda, meaning currently, the only way for Gannondorf to be defeated once and for all was for Ocarina of Time's Link to ''die''.

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** Then you remember that Gannon Ganon is defeated for ''good'' in the original Zelda, meaning currently, the only way for Gannondorf Ganondorf to be defeated once and for all was for Ocarina of Time's Link to ''die''.
1st Apr '16 10:38:10 AM TheMightyHeptagon
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** When River Song first made her debut in "Silence in the Library", many fans observed that she seems oddly nonchalant about [[spoiler: sacrificing her life]] at the end of the episode, and she doesn't seem to consider that there might be another way to save the victims of the Vashta Nerada. As many people pointed out, [[spoiler: her supposed HeroicSacrifice looks suspiciously like ''suicide'']]. As River's character arc slowly progresses in the next few seasons, and we get to meet her [[StableTimeLoop before she ultimately travelled to the Library]], it slowly begins to look like this might indeed be the case. River strongly suspects that one day she will cross paths with the Doctor at a time before he's met her, and she believes that [[spoiler: she won't be able to live with the grief of knowing that the man she loves has no idea who she is]].
26th Mar '16 4:33:07 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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* A common observation about ''Film/ManOfSteel'' is that the movie's portrayal of ComicBook/{{Superman}} seems to come off as far more of a DestructiveSavior than nearly every other incarnation of the character, to the point that he seems to cause almost as much property damage as General Zod and his soldiers, and probably racks up a sizable body count by the end of the movie. ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' is surprisingly up-front about acknowledging this fact. It turns out that [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne]] was in Metropolis during Superman's battle with Zod, and he came to see Superman as a threat because [[BewareTheSuperman he was so terrified by the destruction that he saw]]. Among other things, we're introduced to a young girl who lost her mother when a building in Metropolis was leveled by the battle, and we meet Wallace Keefe, a man who lost both of his legs to falling debris and went on to resent Superman for the rest of his life. We also see that, from Bruce's spot on the street, it was nearly impossible to tell Zod and Superman apart while they duked it out in the sky, making it rather ambiguous which one of them was the ''real'' alien invader.
26th Mar '16 11:52:26 AM SovereignGFC
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* ''FanFic/HeroesOfTheDesk'' leaves it unclear whether its NGOSuperpower[=/=]GovernmentAgencyOfFiction SPEAR did in fact blast a convention center full of innocent people. ''FanFic/HeroesOfTheDeskRepercussions'' makes it clear that yes, they did.
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