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6th Dec '16 1:35:38 PM Onlythrice
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** In ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'', ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite2'', and ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' the player can battle Shigeki Morimoto, one of the game designers/programmers who's worked on the series since the first games and is accredited as the creator of Mew. In Black & White 2 they can also battle Kōji Nishino, another game designer who's been with the series since the beginning.
25th Nov '16 1:53:13 PM DustSnitch
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** The main character in ''Literature/TheGreatDivorce'' is a stand-in for Lewis (or perhaps what Lewis would have been, in his own estimation, if he had remained an apostate), and shares some autobiographical details.

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** The main character in ''Literature/TheGreatDivorce'' is a stand-in for Lewis Creator/CSLewis (or perhaps what Lewis would have been, in his own estimation, if he had remained an apostate), and shares some autobiographical details.
23rd Nov '16 2:00:25 AM Crino37
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* In ''Literature/DanceDanceDance'' by Author/HarukiMurakami, there's a character named Hiraku Makimura, which is an anagram to the author's name. As Hiraku is a unsuccessful writer and his negative traits are highlighted during the entire novel rather than the positive ones, it can be seen as a case of SelfDeprecation and CreatorCareerSelfDeprecation.

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* In ''Literature/DanceDanceDance'' by Author/HarukiMurakami, there's a character named Hiraku Makimura, which is an anagram to the author's name. As Hiraku is a unsuccessful successful writer and his negative traits are highlighted during the entire novel rather than the positive ones, it can be seen as a case of SelfDeprecation and CreatorCareerSelfDeprecation.
15th Nov '16 6:33:50 AM Keys2theARC
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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson this happened after the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's development on his own anxieties as a film-maker.

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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson this happened after the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson has admitted he based the character's development on his own anxieties as a film-maker.
15th Nov '16 1:01:49 AM Keys2theARC
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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson this happened after the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's journey on his own anxieties as a film-maker.

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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson this happened after the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's journey development on his own anxieties as a film-maker.
15th Nov '16 1:00:35 AM Keys2theARC
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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak, only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson this happened after the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's journey on his own anxieties as a film-maker.

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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak, streak only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson this happened after the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's journey on his own anxieties as a film-maker.
15th Nov '16 12:59:26 AM Keys2theARC
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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak, only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson it was the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's journey on his own anxieties as a film-maker.

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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak, only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson it was this happened after the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's journey on his own anxieties as a film-maker.
15th Nov '16 12:58:05 AM Keys2theARC
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* The career of Ellison Oswalt, the protagonist of ''{{Sinister}}'', bears a lot of similarities to the film's director Scott Derrickson. Both of them had a successful streak, only to fall into obscurity (for Derrickson it was the utter flop of the remake of ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill''). Ellison's fear of constant failure is what drives him to keep investigating the Stephenson massacre, despite the damaging effect it has on him and his home life. Derrickson based the character's journey on his own anxieties as a film-maker.
4th Nov '16 1:32:32 AM Andyroid
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* In one ''[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Cheat Commandos]]'' episode, the ego of lead actor Crack Stuntman is getting way, way out of hand, so the show's writer inserts himself into the show as the superior of Stuntman's character so he can give that character the boot.

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
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In the ''WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail'' "crazy cartoon", one ''[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner of the characters in Strong Bad's hypothetical crazy cartoon "Sweet Cuppin' Cakes" is a version of himself that [[SurrealSymbolicHeads inexplicably has a Casio keyboard for a head]]. It plays the demo music ("Unterlanders Heimweih") when he gets mad.
** In the
Cheat Commandos]]'' episode, Commandos short "The Next Epi-snowed", the ego of lead actor Crack Stuntman is getting way, way out of hand, so the show's writer A. Chimendez inserts himself into the show as the superior of "Agent Chimendez" so [[PutOnABus he can give Stuntman's character so he can give that character Gunhaver the boot.boot]].
3rd Nov '16 5:05:17 AM MeleKalikimaka
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* ''Literature/TheRailwaySeries'': The minor character referred to in the books only as "The thin clergyman" is in fact the Reverend Wilbert Awdry, author of the series. His companion, the fat clergyman, is Wilbert's friend the Rev. Teddy Boston.

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* ''Literature/TheRailwaySeries'': The minor character referred to in the books only as "The thin clergyman" Thin Clergyman" is in fact the Reverend Rev. Wilbert Awdry, [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis author of the series. series]]. His companion, the fat clergyman, The Fat Clergyman, is Wilbert's friend the Rev. Teddy Boston.
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