History Main / CanonWelding

24th Aug '16 4:43:26 PM Pinokio
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The Hoyle games featured King Graham, Rosella, Roger Wilco, Sonny Bonds, Larry Laffer, and also Sierra staff and relatives.


Added DiffLines:

** In ''VideoGame/SpaceQuestIVRogerWilcoAndTheTimeRippers'', the plants in the Galaxy Galleria come from florists from [[VideoGame/QuestForGloryII Shapeir]].


Added DiffLines:

** The Hoyle games featured King Graham, Rosella, Roger Wilco, Sonny Bonds, Larry Laffer, and also Sierra staff and relatives.
22nd Aug '16 12:13:02 AM NESBoy
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' started out as MutuallyFictional, but then "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS26E6Simpsorama Simpsorama]]" happened. The later ''Simpsons'' episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS27E2CueDetective Cue Detective]]" establishes that Bender is still on TheSlowPath in the Simpsons' basement. Coincidentally, ''Simpsons'' episodes "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS23E9HolidaysOfFuturePassed Holidays of Future Passed]]" and "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS25E18DaysOfFutureFuture Days of Future Future]]" exhibited more traits of ''Futurama''[='=]s depiction of the future (e.g. aliens living with humans on Earth) than in previous episodes depicting the Simpsons' lives in the future. There's still no explanation behind [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation the differences in skin colors between shows]], however.
21st Aug '16 2:00:45 PM loracarol
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''s Stan and Bullock try to stop ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s Stewie plan to take over the world, with Stewie mistaking [[LampshadeHanging Stan for Joe]]. [[spoiler:Of course, this takes place in a virtual reality simulation, so it's debatable weather it's canon or not.]] There have been a few other smaller cameos.

to:

* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''s Stan and Bullock try to stop ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s Stewie plan to take over the world, with Stewie mistaking [[LampshadeHanging Stan for Joe]]. [[spoiler:Of course, this takes place in a virtual reality simulation, so it's debatable weather whether it's canon or not.]] There have been a few other smaller cameos.
19th Aug '16 3:13:40 PM Tropetastic1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** One of ''Naruto Shippuden'''s final {{Filler}} arcs revealed that the reason Kaguya turned into a cruel warlord was that she [[spoiler: feared the arrival of Momoshishi and his subordinates, who were the villains of the Canonical movie: ''Boruto: Naruto The Movie.'']]
12th Aug '16 3:11:15 PM ZootyCutie94
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Through commercials, ''Toys/TheTrashPack'', ''Toys/{{Shopkins}}'', and ''The Grossery Gang'', all blind-bagged rubber figurines by Moose Toys, share a world.

to:

* Through commercials, ''Toys/TheTrashPack'', ''Toys/{{Shopkins}}'', and ''The Grossery Gang'', ''Toys/TheGrosseryGang'', all blind-bagged rubber figurines by Moose Toys, share a world.
6th Aug '16 9:41:37 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' had a cameo from Delirium of the Endless from ''ComicBook/TheSandman''. Given the Endless' nature it is entirely vague if that means the book takes place in the DCUniverse or just is part of the same multiverse.

to:

* Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' had a cameo from Delirium of the Endless from ''ComicBook/TheSandman''. Given the Endless' nature it is entirely vague if that means the book takes place in the DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse or just is part of the same multiverse.
4th Aug '16 7:31:26 PM PaulA
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Fantasy author Creator/MichaelMoorcock gradually connected almost every single character he'd created into a MythArc revolving around the concept of the [[CosmicPlaything Eternal Champion]]. Indeed, this article was originally titled "The Moorcock Effect" in reference to him.

to:

* Fantasy author Creator/MichaelMoorcock gradually connected almost every single character he'd created into a MythArc revolving around the concept of the [[CosmicPlaything Eternal Champion]]. Indeed, this article was originally titled "The Moorcock Effect" in reference to him.
4th Aug '16 7:30:19 PM PaulA
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Terry Brooks' ''Literature/{{Shannara}}'' series was always established as being set a fantasy world that formed AfterTheEnd of modern civilisation. The ''Genesis of Shannara'' series is set during the collapse of civilisation, and establishes the Four Lands as the future of his ''Literature/TheWordAndTheVoid'' novels.
* What AugustDerleth called the "CthulhuMythos" (a term never used by Creator/HPLovecraft and only by Derleth after Lovecraft's death) originated from cross-references by Lovecraft between his own stories and that by other writers. Lovecraft, not Derleth, referenced passages from the Necronomicon, other forbidden books, or placing offhand comments during the expository monologues, about various {{Eldritch Abomination}}s having no bearing on the current story. Specifically, ''The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath'' ties most of his early standalone [[ShortStory short stories]] into the Dreamlands Cycle, and also brings in "Pickman's Model" and the Randolph Carter stories. The Dreamlands Cycle is ultimately linked to the so-called CthulhuMythos, though a few stories, such as the early "Dagon", ''may'' be outside the grand continuity. Several other authors have tied them together, notably AugustDerleth and Creator/ClarkAshtonSmith. Even the demonic race beneath the Earth from "The Rats in the Walls" appears to be referenced in "The Whisperer in Darkness".

to:

* Terry Brooks' ''Literature/{{Shannara}}'' series was always established as being set a fantasy world that formed AfterTheEnd of modern civilisation. The ''Genesis of Shannara'' His ''Literature/TheGenesisOfShannara'' series is set during the collapse of civilisation, and establishes the Four Lands as the future of his ''Literature/TheWordAndTheVoid'' novels.
* What AugustDerleth Creator/AugustDerleth called the "CthulhuMythos" "Franchise/CthulhuMythos" (a term never used by Creator/HPLovecraft and only by Derleth after Lovecraft's death) originated from cross-references by Lovecraft between his own stories and that by other writers. Lovecraft, not Derleth, referenced passages from the Necronomicon, other forbidden books, or placing offhand comments during the expository monologues, about various {{Eldritch Abomination}}s having no bearing on the current story. Specifically, ''The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath'' ties most of his early standalone [[ShortStory short stories]] into the Dreamlands Cycle, and also brings in "Pickman's Model" and the Randolph Carter stories. The Dreamlands Cycle is ultimately linked to the so-called CthulhuMythos, though a few stories, such as the early "Dagon", ''may'' be outside the grand continuity. Several other authors have tied them together, notably AugustDerleth and Creator/ClarkAshtonSmith. Even the demonic race beneath the Earth from "The Rats in the Walls" appears to be referenced in "The Whisperer in Darkness".
2nd Aug '16 8:43:44 AM JoieDeCombat
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Any JournalRoleplay, {{MUSH}}, or similar roleplay which allows characters from multiple works of fiction must in some way explain how the crossover occurs. While the InnBetweenTheWorlds or the "[[OntologicalMystery spooky jamjar]]," in which the various characters somehow travel or are transported from their home settings into an original setting, is probably most common, some roleplays opt instead to adapt the source works into a single shared world. This is especially common for roleplays themed around a specific genre or franchise: notable examples include ''Mahou MUSH'', ''VideoGame/MegaMan MUSH'', ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]] MUSH'', ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWars Super Robot Taisen]] MUSH'' and its SpiritualSuccessor ''Super Robot Wars MUSH'', ''Videoland MUSH'', and many others.

to:

* Any JournalRoleplay, {{MUSH}}, or similar roleplay which allows characters from multiple works of fiction must in some way explain how the crossover occurs. While the InnBetweenTheWorlds or the "[[OntologicalMystery spooky jamjar]]," in which the various characters somehow travel or are transported from their home settings into an original setting, is probably most common, some roleplays opt instead to adapt the source works into a single shared world. This is especially common for roleplays themed around a specific genre or franchise: notable examples include ''Mahou MUSH'', ''VideoGame/MegaMan MUSH'', ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]] MUSH'', ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWars Super Robot Taisen]] MUSH'' and its SpiritualSuccessor ''Super Robot Wars MUSH'', ''Videoland MUSH'', and many others.others.
* ''Roleplay/TheSpectacularGargoyles'' combines the settings of ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan''.
* ''Roleplay/MahouMUSH'' is a MagicalGirl-themed game set in {{Tokyo|IsTheCenterOfTheUniverse}}, the setting of which adapts many magical girl series (and a number of original player-created themes) into a single continuity. Prominent themes thus adapted include ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'', ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', various ''Franchise/PrettyCure''s (particularly ''Anime/HappinessChargePrettyCure''), ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', and ''Manga/ShugoChara''.
2nd Aug '16 8:19:52 AM JoieDeCombat
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

[[folder:Roleplay]]
* Any JournalRoleplay, {{MUSH}}, or similar roleplay which allows characters from multiple works of fiction must in some way explain how the crossover occurs. While the InnBetweenTheWorlds or the "[[OntologicalMystery spooky jamjar]]," in which the various characters somehow travel or are transported from their home settings into an original setting, is probably most common, some roleplays opt instead to adapt the source works into a single shared world. This is especially common for roleplays themed around a specific genre or franchise: notable examples include ''Mahou MUSH'', ''VideoGame/MegaMan MUSH'', ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]] MUSH'', ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWars Super Robot Taisen]] MUSH'' and its SpiritualSuccessor ''Super Robot Wars MUSH'', ''Videoland MUSH'', and many others.
[[/folder]]
This list shows the last 10 events of 1738. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.CanonWelding