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24th Apr '18 2:56:10 AM FoxBluereaver
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* Chapter 40 of ''Fanfic/SonOfTheSannin'' reveals that Obito Uchiha resurrected [[TheLostLenore Rin Nohara]]. The process granted her [[GreenThumb Wood Release powers]], a HealingFactor capable of regenerating lost limbs and eliminated her need for food (she still requires water to sustain herself, though).
22nd Apr '18 5:12:52 AM Ccook1956
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* Six of the ten criminals on ''WesternAnimation/TheDickTracyShow'' distilled from [[ComicStrip/DickTracy the comic strip]] had long since been deceased. The survivors are the Mole (reformed), B.B. Eyes (on the run), Mumbles (on the run) and Pruneface (died in 1999, thirty-eight years after the show premiered). [[note]]An eleventh criminal, Cheater Gunsmoke, was [[CanonForeigner created specifically for the show.]][[/note]]

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* Six of the ten criminals on ''WesternAnimation/TheDickTracyShow'' distilled from [[ComicStrip/DickTracy the comic strip]] had long since been deceased. The survivors are the Mole (reformed), B.B. Eyes (on the run), Mumbles (on the run) and Pruneface (died in 1999, thirty-eight years after the show premiered).1942 but preserved, revived in 1983, died for good in 1999). [[note]]An eleventh criminal, Cheater Gunsmoke, was [[CanonForeigner created specifically for the show.]][[/note]]
19th Apr '18 9:31:12 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' has two con men who go from town-to-town with one of them claiming he can raise the dead. Which he does by having his partner rise up from a grave in the town cemetery. The con occurs when many of the locals realize that they didn't like many of the now deceased, and would prefer that they ''stay'' dead, and pay off the supposed necromancer. As with the typical [[KarmicTwistEnding twist ending]] of this series, the two men leave town, not knowing that they really did raise the dead, who now announce they have scores to settle, e.g. a huge woman is going to go home and break her widower's arm, a gunslinger is going to kill the man who shot him in the back, etc.

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* An episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' has two con men who go from town-to-town with one of them claiming he can raise the dead. Which he does by having his partner rise up from a grave in the town cemetery. The con occurs when many of the locals realize that they didn't like many of the now deceased, and would prefer that they ''stay'' dead, and pay off the supposed necromancer. As with the typical [[KarmicTwistEnding twist ending]] of this series, the two men leave town, not knowing that they really did raise the dead, who now announce they have scores to settle, e.g. a huge woman is going to go home and break her widower's arm, a gunslinger is going to kill the man who shot him in the back, etc.
10th Apr '18 11:00:44 PM josh6243
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* Sort of in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX''. [[Anime/CodeGeass Lelouch Lamperouge]], [[Anime/AuraBattlerDunbine Shou Zama, Marvel Frozen, and Todd Guinness]] were brought to Al-Warth after their deaths in their series.
7th Apr '18 2:41:09 PM Ccook1956
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* Pruneface made his first appearance in ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' as a Nazi sympathizer. He apparently froze to death being pursued by Tracy but was preserved by [[PunnyName Dr. Freezdrei]] and revived in 1983. The trope is subverted in 1999 when Pruneface falls to his death from a mountain cable car.
6th Apr '18 3:31:04 PM Ccook1956
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* Six of the ten criminals on ''WesternAnimation/TheDickTracyShow'' distilled from [[ComicStrip/DickTracy the comic strip]] had long since been deceased. The survivors are the Mole (reformed), B.B. Eyes (on the run), Mumbles (on the run) and Pruneface (died in 1999, thirty-eight years after the show premiered). [[note]]An eleventh criminal, Cheater Gunsmoke, was [[CanonImmigrant created specifically for the show.]][[/note]]

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* Six of the ten criminals on ''WesternAnimation/TheDickTracyShow'' distilled from [[ComicStrip/DickTracy the comic strip]] had long since been deceased. The survivors are the Mole (reformed), B.B. Eyes (on the run), Mumbles (on the run) and Pruneface (died in 1999, thirty-eight years after the show premiered). [[note]]An eleventh criminal, Cheater Gunsmoke, was [[CanonImmigrant [[CanonForeigner created specifically for the show.]][[/note]]
6th Apr '18 3:27:53 PM Ccook1956
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* Six of the ten criminals on ''WesternAnimation/TheDickTracyShow'' distilled from [[ComicStrip/DickTracy the comic strip]] had long since been deceased. The survivors are the Mole (reformed), B.B. Eyes (on the run), Mumbles (on the run) and Pruneface (died in 1999, thirty-eight years after the show premiered). [[note]]An eleventh criminal, Cheater Gunsmoke, was [[CanonImmigrant created specifically for the show.]][[/note]]
16th Mar '18 5:15:51 PM Dontfollowmeman
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** All members of the [[GangOfHats Felt]] except for Scratch, Snowman and English are killed by the Midnight Crew in an intermission very early in the comic. [[spoiler:For the comic's finale, Spades Slick brings all of them back via a magic timeline warping voodoo doll.]]
2nd Mar '18 2:07:03 PM Someoneman
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* ''VideoGame/FredericResurrectionOfMusic'' stars Music/FredericChopin resurrected in the modern age.
28th Feb '18 3:00:05 AM LondonKdS
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This is exceedingly common in American {{superhero}} comic books, to the point that whenever a popular character dies, it's a given that they'll be back on within no more than five years. At one time, it was said that "Nobody ever stays dead in comics, except ComicBook/{{Bucky|Barnes}}, [[Franchise/SpiderMan Uncle Ben]], and [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Jason Todd]]." Naturally, since that phrase was coined, Bucky and Jason Todd have since been recalled to life.

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This is exceedingly common in American {{superhero}} comic books, to the point that whenever a popular character dies, it's a given that they'll be back on within no more than five years. At one time, it was said that "Nobody ever stays dead in comics, except ComicBook/{{Bucky|Barnes}}, [[Franchise/SpiderMan Uncle Ben]], and [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Jason Todd]]." Naturally, since that phrase was coined, Bucky and Jason Todd have since both been recalled to life.
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