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30th Jan '16 2:38:58 PM Rincevent
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** In ''Manga/SaintSeiyaEpisodeGA'', [[spoiler: Aiolos is alive and weel in the present despite dying first in 1973, then in 1986...]]
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** In ''Manga/SaintSeiyaEpisodeGA'', [[spoiler: Aiolos is alive and weel well in the present despite dying first in 1973, then in 1986...]]
30th Jan '16 2:38:26 PM Rincevent
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** In ''Manga/SaintSeiyaEpisodeGA'', [[spoilers: Aiolos is alive and weel in the present despite dying first in 1973, then in 1986...]]
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** In ''Manga/SaintSeiyaEpisodeGA'', [[spoilers: [[spoiler: Aiolos is alive and weel in the present despite dying first in 1973, then in 1986...]]
30th Jan '16 2:37:32 PM Rincevent
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** In ''Manga/SaintSeiyaEpisodeGA'', [[spoilers: Aiolos is alive and weel in the present despite dying first in 1973, then in 1986...]]
20th Jan '16 6:37:07 PM StarSword
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* Ayanami Rei of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. "I guess... I'm the third one."
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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'': Ayanami Rei of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. "I guess... I'm self-destructs EVA Unit 00 to kill the Angel Armisael, but later turns up alive. Except she has some memory loss, which she suspects is because "I'm the third one."" Rei later turns out to be a series of clone bodies.
20th Jan '16 6:32:29 PM StarSword
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* ''Literature/DanteValentine'': [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]] kills Danny's demon lover Japhrimel at the end of ''Working for the Devil'', but in a phone call to Danny early in ''Dead Man Rising'' he's audibly surprised to learn she hasn't resurrected him yet. [[spoiler:Turns out a Power-fueled fire is what it takes to resurrect a demon from ashes, as she learns when she burns down her house after Jace dies.]]
18th Jan '16 8:17:47 PM Blazer
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* In the ''VideoGame/StarTrekOnline'' novel, ''The Needs of the Many'', Data's revival in ''Star Trek: Countdown'' is explained in that Data was indeed resurrected in B4's body, but Data didn't like the idea of booting away his "brother" in favor of him, so he tried to erase himself. B4 ends up invoking a HeroicSuicide, realizing that Data was seriously needed to deal with the threats at hand. Data's not happy at all about it.
17th Jan '16 1:49:20 PM LoisB.Fan
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* Also the entire premise of ''Second Chance''. Sheriff Jimmy Pritchard (plus some goldfish) have been brought back to life.
17th Jan '16 1:33:32 AM Doug86
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* In ''The All-New Atom'', when Jason Todd, [[WonderGirl Donna Troy]] and [[Comicbook/TheAtom Ryan Choi]] go to a (most likely fake) Heaven, they meet [[ComicBook/BlueBeetle Ted Kord]], who comments, "The recidivism here is shocking. Sometimes I think me and [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne's]] parents are the only ones with a permanent parking space." He also comments "And Jason Todd, too? Didn't you just get parole, like, the day before yesterday?"
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* In ''The All-New Atom'', when Jason Todd, [[WonderGirl [[ComicBook/WonderGirl Donna Troy]] and [[Comicbook/TheAtom Ryan Choi]] go to a (most likely fake) Heaven, they meet [[ComicBook/BlueBeetle Ted Kord]], who comments, "The recidivism here is shocking. Sometimes I think me and [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne's]] parents are the only ones with a permanent parking space." He also comments "And Jason Todd, too? Didn't you just get parole, like, the day before yesterday?"
5th Jan '16 1:54:43 PM Willbyr
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* In {{Digimon}} Diaboromon comes back in a movie sequel, bluntly named Revenge of Diaboromon. However [[spoiler: he also returns in Xros Wars near the end of the series as a copy. It's actions and personality as Keramon imply that it is the very same Diaboromon from the first movie.]]
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* In {{Digimon}} ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' Diaboromon comes back in a movie sequel, bluntly named Revenge ''Revenge of Diaboromon.Diaboromon''. However [[spoiler: he also returns in Xros Wars near the end of the series as a copy. It's actions and personality as Keramon imply that it is the very same Diaboromon from the first movie.]]
12th Nov '15 4:49:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheNineLivesOfFritzTheCat'', the 1974 sequel to the 1972 [[WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat animated adaptation]] of RobertCrumb's [[ComicBook/FritzTheCat underground comic]], depicts several scenarios in which the title character ends up dying in one way or another, although most of these seem to be hallucinations. Crumb killed off the character in the comic "Fritz the Cat, Superstar", released in response to the film in 1972.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheNineLivesOfFritzTheCat'', the 1974 sequel to the 1972 [[WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat animated adaptation]] of RobertCrumb's Creator/RobertCrumb's [[ComicBook/FritzTheCat underground comic]], depicts several scenarios in which the title character ends up dying in one way or another, although most of these seem to be hallucinations. Crumb killed off the character in the comic "Fritz the Cat, Superstar", released in response to the film in 1972.
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