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16th Jan '17 8:56:25 PM Blazer
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* In the ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' version of "The World's Strongest", the heroes are able to give Dr. Wheelo a new body and allow him to live a happy life (though, with a humongous brain). The very next movie, "Broly The Legendary Super Saiyan", as they're listing off all the villains they could be fighting instead of Broly, it's mentioned that Wheelo died of brain cancer.
30th Dec '16 3:00:36 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': When Jon reconnects with Qhorin after being sidetracked by Ygritte, he learns that the rest of their party were killed by the wildlings off-screen.
16th Dec '16 12:21:36 AM Doug86
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* Poor Huffer from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersGenerationOne'' was confirmed dead when his coffin was shown on the Autobot Mausoleum in "Dark Awakening," presumably because someone mistook him for Brawn, who had died in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersTheMovie''. This becomes hilarious in the episode "Carnage In C-Minor" where due to an art error, both Huffer ''and'' Brawn accidentally make a cameo appearance despite both having been dead for months in the canon.

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* Poor Huffer from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersGenerationOne'' ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' was confirmed dead when his coffin was shown on the Autobot Mausoleum in "Dark Awakening," presumably because someone mistook him for Brawn, who had died in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersTheMovie''. This becomes hilarious in the episode "Carnage In C-Minor" where due to an art error, both Huffer ''and'' Brawn accidentally make a cameo appearance despite both having been dead for months in the canon.
2nd Dec '16 10:00:49 AM Anicomicgeek
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** Likewise, Jon Polito's character, Steve Crosetti, took a holiday for the first three episodes of season three then drowned himself.

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** Likewise, Jon Polito's Creator/JonPolito's character, Steve Crosetti, took a holiday for the first three episodes of season three then drowned himself.
1st Dec '16 7:28:12 AM EvilDoctor
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* ''ComicBook/MarvelMysteryComics'' had this right out of the gate. The Human Torch story in issue #1 introduced Professor Horton and his creation The Human Torch. At the end of the story The Torch is tired of everyone, including the professor, of using him for their own personal gain. As a result, he escapes Professor Horton's lab by burning a hole through the roof, leaving the professor behind staring in shock at what happened. The Human Torch story in issue #2 starts with recap of the events in the first story with the addition of us being told that Professor Horton was now dead, though apparently he still had the presence of mind to type up his experience while his house burned down around him. Though he would later be revived (briefly) in the 1970s, this would be his only living appearance during the Golden Age Timely/Atlas era.
21st Nov '16 10:23:12 PM Dawnwing
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* Happens several times in ''Literature/WarriorCats'' after timeskips: for instance Rainwhisker's death is mentioned at the start of The Sight, killed between books by a falling tree branch.
5th Nov '16 12:48:42 PM Morgenthaler
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** ''[[OutboundFlight Survivor's Quest]]'' introduced Chak Fel, one of Soontir Fel's sons and a pilot/officer who left at the end of the novel to head back to the Empire of the Hand, which was basically all of TheEmpire's strengths and almost none of its flaws. [[Literature/DarkNestTrilogy Later books]] not only somehow managed to confuse the Empire of the Hand with the Chiss Ascendancy (they are adjacent to each other, the Empire was formed by a prominent Chiss, and it really wants to open up friendly channels with its parent, but they're not the same), but later claimed that the Empire just sort of fell apart - and oh, by the way, Chak Fel died in a war that's over now.

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** ''[[OutboundFlight Survivor's Quest]]'' ''Literature/SurvivorsQuest'' introduced Chak Fel, one of Soontir Fel's sons and a pilot/officer who left at the end of the novel to head back to the Empire of the Hand, which was basically all of TheEmpire's strengths and almost none of its flaws. [[Literature/DarkNestTrilogy Later books]] not only somehow managed to confuse the Empire of the Hand with the Chiss Ascendancy (they are adjacent to each other, the Empire was formed by a prominent Chiss, and it really wants to open up friendly channels with its parent, but they're not the same), but later claimed that the Empire just sort of fell apart - and oh, by the way, Chak Fel died in a war that's over now.
30th Oct '16 3:33:55 PM VicGeorge2011
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* In ''ComicBook/LegendsDC'', when [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica "Justice League Detroit"]] was PutOnABus following their failure to take down Brimstone, most of the members of that team either retired from active duty or were killed off by Professor Ivo's robotic copies, with only J'onn J'onnz [[TheBusCameBack returning to the main mini-series]] to help what would become the new Justice League take down Glorious Godfrey and his Warhound minions.
21st Oct '16 11:45:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' franchise, Gennaro and Muldoon, the two characters who survive in [[Literature/JurassicPark the novel]] but die in [[Film/JurassicPark the film]], are mentioned as having died from medical causes in the sequel novel, ''Literature/TheLostWorld'', neatly bringing the novels and films somewhat more in line.

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* In the ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' franchise, Gennaro and Muldoon, the two characters who survive in [[Literature/JurassicPark the novel]] but die in [[Film/JurassicPark the film]], are mentioned as having died from medical causes in the sequel novel, ''Literature/TheLostWorld'', ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'', neatly bringing the novels and films somewhat more in line.
12th Oct '16 1:01:10 PM NNinja
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* In ''Series/PowerRangersTurbo'', Zordon and Alpha 5 leave for Zordon's home planet of Eltar in the third episode or so. The season concludes with Eltar falling to an enemy attack. The next season opens with Zordon a captive- and Alpha never to be seen or heard from again.
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