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15th Oct '17 4:10:42 PM colth
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* ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' : The Cold Opening to the episode "Super Bowl" has Steve bursting out of Dr. Weird's chest for unknown reasons.
3rd Sep '17 6:01:09 PM TMB
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* A variation on this in ''Series/WarOfTheWorlds'' where the alien joins with a human host through the chest, melds perfectly with the body, and when it wishes to leave the host it's arm bursts through the chest to touch the skin of a new host to repeat the process.
8th Aug '17 12:23:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/TheVoid'': Two women are impregnated with extradimensional monsters that later come violently bursting out of their stomachs.
26th Jul '17 12:22:05 PM Caps-luna
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** The mouse botfly plays the trope a little straighter. Its a lot like the human bot fly except it lives over a much greater range and is MUCH bigger in proportion to its host. Wile they prefer to live between the skin and muscle, they often get big enough that their anchoring spines tear holes that expose their poor hosts organs. If this happens, the cavities they leave upon erupting will indeed give the mouse a lethal infection.
12th Jul '17 4:13:02 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}} vs. Aliens'': Vampi is one of several people who get a FaceFullOfAlienWingWong and subsequent baby Xenomorphs bursting out of their chests. Notable in that she actually ''survives'' thanks to her durability as a vampire and HealingFactor.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}} vs. Aliens'': Vampi is one of several people who get a FaceFullOfAlienWingWong and subsequent baby Xenomorphs bursting out of their chests. Notable in that she actually ''survives'' thanks to her durability as a vampire and HealingFactor. Though this does lead to a winged Xenomorph later on...
21st Jun '17 7:05:08 PM Monolaf317
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* In VideoGame/ResidentEvil6, we get the Rasklapanje, a creature similar to the Regeneradors from VideoGame/ResidentEvil4. They infect others by drilling a hole into the victim's face and planting a parasite, which, in seconds, bursts out from the victims chest, fully grown.

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* In VideoGame/ResidentEvil6, ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'', we get the Rasklapanje, a creature similar to the Regeneradors from VideoGame/ResidentEvil4. They infect others by drilling a hole into the victim's face and planting a parasite, which, in seconds, bursts out from the victims chest, fully grown.



* In ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' [[spoiler:[[BigBad Heinrich]] bursts out of the Panther King's chest in the final.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'', [[spoiler:[[BigBad Heinrich]] bursts out of the Panther King's chest in the final.]]



* ''VideoGame/{{Covetous}}'' ends this way, with the parasitic twin emerging from its brother's stomach, killing him.

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* The Good Ending of ''VideoGame/{{Covetous}}'' ends this way, with the parasitic twin emerging from its brother's stomach, killing him.
16th Jun '17 10:56:50 PM nombretomado
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* Even [[TheLazerCollection Doctor Octogonapus]] does this.

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* Even [[TheLazerCollection [[WebAnimation/TheLazerCollection Doctor Octogonapus]] does this.
28th May '17 12:23:51 PM FringeBenefits
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* In the MagicalGirl CrisisCrossover ''FanFic/ShatteredSkies'', [[Anime/SmilePrettyCure Joker]] manages to hijack the [[Franchise/MadokaMagica Incubators]] and corrupt their HiveMind, so that whenever his current body is killed, [[{{Gorn}} a new one is born from an Incubator in this fashion]].
18th Apr '17 11:53:18 AM SimYouLater
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* The most common creature capable of pulling off this trope in the developed world is the ordinary house fly, but fortunately such an event would actually be a good thing. Flies typically lay their eggs in rotting meat, and the larvae proceed to devour the whole thing. If a living creature is so badly injured that they have a gaping wound, and if human are unable to get to medical attention, but are still able to survive for an extended period of time, the flesh at the edges of the wound will almost immediately start to rot. Flies will become attracted to this and lay their eggs, however the larvae ''cannot'' consume living flesh. As a result, they end up doing you a huge favour by eating dead flesh before it can finish rotting and become infected with dangerous bacteria, thus extending your remaining lifespan drastically. In that time, you can hopefully find help so that the wound can be properly treated. This type of parasitic action is how two women survived a plane crash that left them injured and stranded in the middle of the South American rainforests, as without the fly larvae nibbling away at skin that started to rot, their wounds would have been infected by the many, many nasty microbes that lie in the soil and waterways of the area.



* The most common creature capable of pulling off this trope in the developed world is the ordinary house fly, but fortunately such an event would actually be a good thing. Flies typically lay their eggs in rotting meat, and the larvae proceed to devour the whole thing. If a living creature is so badly injured that they have a gaping wound, and if human are unable to get to medical attention, but are still able to survive for an extended period of time, the flesh at the edges of the wound will almost immediately start to rot. Flies will become attracted to this and lay their eggs, however the larvae ''cannot'' consume living flesh. As a result, they end up doing you a huge favour by eating dead flesh before it can finish rotting and become infected with dangerous bacteria, thus extending your remaining lifespan drastically. In that time, you can hopefully find help so that the wound can be properly treated. This type of parasitic action is how two women survived a plane crash that left them injured and stranded in the middle of the South American rainforests, as without the fly larvae nibbling away at skin that started to rot, their wounds would have been infected by the many, many nasty microbes that lie in the soil and waterways of the area.

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* The most common creature capable of pulling off this trope in the developed world is the ordinary house fly, but fortunately such an event would actually be a good thing. Flies typically lay their eggs in rotting meat, and the larvae proceed to devour the whole thing. If a living creature is so badly injured that they have a gaping wound, and if human are unable to get to medical attention, but are still able to survive for an extended period of time, the flesh at the edges of the wound will almost immediately start to rot. Flies will become attracted to this and lay their eggs, however the larvae ''cannot'' consume living flesh. As a result, they end up doing you a huge favour by eating dead flesh before it can finish rotting and become infected with dangerous bacteria, thus extending your remaining lifespan drastically. In that time, you can hopefully find help so that the wound can be properly treated. This type of parasitic action is how two women survived a plane crash that left them injured and stranded in the middle of the South American rainforests, as without the fly larvae nibbling away at skin that started to rot, their wounds would have been infected by the many, many nasty microbes that lie in the soil and waterways of the area.
18th Apr '17 11:52:28 AM SimYouLater
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* The most common creature capable of pulling off this trope in the developed world is the ordinary house fly, but fortunately such an event would actually be a good thing. Flies typically lay their eggs in rotting meat, and the larvae proceed to devour the whole thing. If a living creature is so badly injured that they have a gaping wound, and if human are unable to get to medical attention, but are still able to survive for an extended period of time, the flesh at the edges of the wound will almost immediately start to rot. Flies will become attracted to this and lay their eggs, however the larvae ''cannot'' consume living flesh. As a result, they end up doing you a huge favour by eating dead flesh before it can finish rotting and become infected with dangerous bacteria, thus extending your remaining lifespan drastically. In that time, you can hopefully find help so that the wound can be properly treated. This type of parasitic action is how two women survived a plane crash that left them injured and stranded in the middle of the South American rainforests, as without the fly larvae nibbling away at skin that started to rot, their wounds would have been infected by the many, many nasty microbes that lie in the soil and waterways of the area.
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