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* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'':
** ''ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied'' saves the title for the last panel, in order to prevent readers from discovering too soon which ''Spider-Man'' character Marvel decided to kill off.
** Creator/PeterDavid's ''The Death of Jean [=DeWolff=]'' did this as well.
* Every issue of the John Stewart-centric comic ''Comicbook/GreenLantern'': Mosaic had the story title on the last page.

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* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'':
** ''ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied'' saves
''ComicBook/OneHundredBullets'' did a few, such #75's "Amorality Play".
* A six-page ''Franchise/{{Archie|Comics}}'' story, "A Winner Never Quits...A Quitter Never Wins," ended with its moral as
the title title, which was saved for the last panel, panel. Or as they put it in their own early-70's faux-hip terms, "We're gonna lay it on you at the end of this yarn.
* The ''ComicBook/AtomicRobo'' comic "[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2009/07/24/free-comic-book-day-2009/ Why Atomic Robo hates Dr. Dinosaur]]".
* The early issues of the ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2000}}'' series sort of combined this with NoTitle. In
order to prevent readers from discovering too soon which ''Spider-Man'' character Marvel decided to kill off.
** Creator/PeterDavid's ''The Death of Jean [=DeWolff=]'' did this as well.
* Every issue
emphasize the minimalistic nature of the John Stewart-centric comic ''Comicbook/GreenLantern'': Mosaic had stories and their protagonist, writer Kelley Puckett would often stick the story title on credits in the very last page.panel of each comic, and provide no title. Guest writers, such as Creator/ChuckDixon, often broke the trend.
* Creator/{{Christopher Priest| Comics}}'s ''ComicBook/BlackPanther'' storyline "Seduction of the Innocent" does this at the end of every part.



* "It's Your Funeral," an issue of ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''.
* Every issue of the John Stewart-centric comic ''Comicbook/GreenLantern: Mosaic'' had the story title on the last page.
* The infamous ''ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}'' story Creator/WarrenEllis wrote about the Columbine shootings that was initially pulled by Creator/DCComics saved its title for the last page because [[spoiler:it was the last thing one of the shooter's victims said to him: "Shoot."]]
* Most of BradMeltzer's comics feature this, and they're usually [[TitleDrop just taken from lines in the issue]].
* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'':
** ''ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied'' saves the title for the last panel, in order to prevent readers from discovering too soon which ''Spider-Man'' character Marvel decided to kill off.
** Creator/PeterDavid's ''The Death of Jean [=DeWolff=]'' did this as well.



* The ''ComicBook/AtomicRobo'' comic "[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2009/07/24/free-comic-book-day-2009/ Why Atomic Robo hates Dr. Dinosaur]]".



* "It's Your Funeral," an issue of ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}.''
* A six-page ''Franchise/{{Archie|Comics}}'' story, "A Winner Never Quits...A Quitter Never Wins," ended with its moral as the title, which was saved for the last panel. Or as they put it in their own early-70's faux-hip terms, "We're gonna lay it on you at the end of this yarn.
* The infamous ''ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}'' story Creator/WarrenEllis wrote about the Columbine shootings that was initially pulled by Creator/DCComics saved its title for the last page because [[spoiler:it was the last thing one of the shooter's victims said to him: "Shoot."]]
* The early issues of the ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2000}}'' series sort of combined this with NoTitle. In order to emphasize the minimalistic nature of the stories and their protagonist, writer Kelley Puckett would often stick the credits in the very last panel of each comic, and provide no title. Guest writers, such as Creator/ChuckDixon, often broke the trend.
* Most of BradMeltzer's comics feature this, and they're usually [[TitleDrop just taken from lines in the issue]].
* ''ComicBook/OneHundredBullets'' did a few, such #75's "Amorality Play".
* Creator/{{Christopher Priest| Comics}}'s ''ComicBook/BlackPanther'' storyline "Seduction of the Innocent" does this at the end of every part.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}'': title card doesn't appear until the very end, making the movie the world's longest cold open.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}'': title card doesn't appear until the very end, making the movie the world's longest cold open.
* ''Disney/{{Tangled}} Ever After'' does not display its title until after Eugene and Rapunzel are declared husband and wife, and [[spoiler: [[HereWeGoAgain Maximus and Pascal lose the wedding cake]]]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TeachersPet: TheMovie''



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Moana}}'' also does this.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Moana}}'' also does this.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Moana}}'' also ''Disney/{{Tangled}} Ever After'' does this.not display its title until after Eugene and Rapunzel are declared husband and wife, and [[spoiler: [[HereWeGoAgain Maximus and Pascal lose the wedding cake]]]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TeachersPet: TheMovie''



* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The title of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E9SleepNoMore "Sleep No More"]] doesn't appear until after the [[OnTheNext "Next TIme"]] trailer for the following episode, making it the only episode in the show's 50-plus year history that doesn't have a title sequence. (There ''is'' a brief flash of credits near the beginning of the episode, but it's easy to miss on first viewing.)

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The title of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E9SleepNoMore "Sleep No More"]] doesn't appear until after the [[OnTheNext "Next TIme"]] Time"]] trailer for the following episode, making it the only episode in the show's 50-plus year history that doesn't have a title sequence. (There ''is'' a brief flash of credits near the beginning of the episode, but it's easy to miss on first viewing.)



* ''VideoGame/TheBridge'''s title is not displayed until after the ending sequence.



* ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' does this with its day-by-day chapter titles, showing you the title of the chapter once a day ends. [[SpoilerTitle There's]] [[WhamEpisode a reason]] [[PlayerPunch for this]].

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* ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' does this with its day-by-day chapter titles, showing you the The title of card for The World That Never Was in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' does not appear for Riku until ''after'' he defeats [[spoiler:[[HPToOne the chapter once a day ends. [[SpoilerTitle There's]] [[WhamEpisode a reason]] [[PlayerPunch for this]].Anti-Black Cloak]] and [[EnemyWithin Ansem, Seeker of Darkness]]]], and just before the final boss marathon.



* ''VideoGame/TheBridge'''s title is not displayed until after the ending sequence.
* The title card for The World That Never Was in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' does not appear for Riku until ''after'' he defeats [[spoiler:[[HPToOne the Anti-Black Cloak]] and [[EnemyWithin Ansem, Seeker of Darkness]]]], and just before the final boss marathon.

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* ''VideoGame/TheBridge'''s ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' does this with its day-by-day chapter titles, showing you the title is not displayed until after of the ending sequence.
* The title card
chapter once a day ends. [[SpoilerTitle There's]] [[WhamEpisode a reason]] [[PlayerPunch for The World That Never Was in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' does not appear for Riku until ''after'' he defeats [[spoiler:[[HPToOne the Anti-Black Cloak]] and [[EnemyWithin Ansem, Seeker of Darkness]]]], and just before the final boss marathon.this]].



* In most [=CalArts=][[note]]California Institute of the Arts[[/note]] animated shorts made by the character animation department, the short ends with a title card, followed by the credits.



* In most [=CalArts=][[note]]California Institute of the Arts[[/note]] animated shorts made by the character animation department, the short ends with a title card, followed by the credits.


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20th Feb '17 3:55:13 AM Ezclee4050
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* The TitleDrop for Music/GeorgeMichael's "One More Try" is the last line of a six minute song.
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* ''Film/{{Head}}'' (1968) might be the UrExample.
17th Feb '17 3:15:35 PM StFan
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* In most Creator/CalArts animated shorts made by the character animation department, the short ends with a title card, followed by the credits.

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* In most Creator/CalArts [=CalArts=][[note]]California Institute of the Arts[[/note]] animated shorts made by the character animation department, the short ends with a title card, followed by the credits.
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* ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'' has some stories, including the ones below, that don't show their titles until the end:

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* ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'' has some stories, including the ones below, that don't show their titles until the end:



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* ''{{WesternAnimation/Epic}}'': title card doesn't appear until the very end, making the movie the world's longest cold open.

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* ''{{WesternAnimation/Epic}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}'': title card doesn't appear until the very end, making the movie the world's longest cold open.



* ''Film/{{Cinderella 2015}}'''s title didn't appear until the very end of the film, before the credits scroll up.

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* ''Film/{{Cinderella 2015}}'''s ''Film/{{Cinderella|2015}}'''s title didn't appear until the very end of the film, before the credits scroll up.



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* The PixarShort ''Day and Night'' does not have its title displayed until the ending, after Day and Night have become friends.

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* The PixarShort WesternAnimation/{{Pixar Short|s}} ''Day and Night'' does not have its title displayed until the ending, after Day and Night have become friends.



* In most CalArts animated shorts made by the character animation department, the short ends with a title card, followed by the credits.

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* In most CalArts Creator/CalArts animated shorts made by the character animation department, the short ends with a title card, followed by the credits.
15th Feb '17 12:44:07 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''Film/ThePlaceBeyondThePines''
* ''Film/{{Hoffa}}'' didn't have any credits, not even the name of the film, until the end.
* The same goes for ''Film/YesMan''.
* In ''Film/HotFuzz'', the title card does not appear until the very end of the film. This can be backed up by the DVD Commentary.
* ''Film/{{Contact}}'' likewise has the title card and the rest of the opening credits immediately preceding the closing ones.
* ''Film/{{Inception}}'' doesn't have a title card until the end credits. [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Where it is displayed three separate times.]] Of course, given [[DreamWithinADream the events of the film]], this is probably on purpose...
** Creator/ChristopherNolan seems fond of doing this; ''Film/BatmanBegins'', ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', and ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' also don't show their titles until the end.
** May be FridgeBrilliance when you realize that he put the title card at the beginning of ''Film/{{Memento}}'', a film where the events are shown in backward chronological order.
*** He also did this for ''Film/{{Insomnia}}'', but that gets a pass due to being a remake.

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* ''Film/ThePlaceBeyondThePines''
* ''Film/{{Hoffa}}'' didn't have any credits, not even
''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' focuses on the name of symbol on Spider-Man's back directly after the film, until the end.
* The same goes for ''Film/YesMan''.
* In ''Film/HotFuzz'',
prologue, yet the title card does not appear until appears over the very end of the film. This can be backed up by the DVD Commentary.
* ''Film/{{Contact}}'' likewise has the title card and the rest of the opening credits immediately preceding the closing ones.
* ''Film/{{Inception}}'' doesn't have a title card until the end credits. [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Where it is displayed three separate times.]] Of course, given [[DreamWithinADream the events of the film]], this is probably on purpose...
** Creator/ChristopherNolan seems fond of doing this; ''Film/BatmanBegins'', ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', and ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' also don't show their titles until the end.
** May be FridgeBrilliance when you realize that he put the title card
symbol only at the beginning of ''Film/{{Memento}}'', a film where the events are shown in backward chronological order.
*** He also did this for ''Film/{{Insomnia}}'', but that gets a pass due to being a remake.
end credits.



* ''Film/{{Maleficent}}'''s movie title is the last thing to appear before the credits.
* The title of ''Film/TheLastMimzy'' appears at the very end after Teacher Lena finishes the story of the attempt.
* The card for ''Firehouse Dog'' appeared during the end credits.
* Many films in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** In ''Film/{{Thor}}'', the words "Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures and [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Entertainment]] Present" take five minutes to appear, while the actors' names and title card come during the end credits.
** The words "Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures and [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Entertainment]] Present a Marvel Studios Production, A Film By Creator/JoeJohnston: ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''" do not appear until during the movie's end credits, which come in between Cap meeting Nick Fury and [[TheStinger Fury asking Cap to become an Avenger.]] ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' and ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' also save their "Marvel Studios Presents" and title cards for the end credits.
** Played with in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'': The title shows up during the opening, but the text that would normally precede it ("[[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Studios]] Presents," etc.) only appears during the end credits.
** ''Film/IronMan3'' does this as well.

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* ''Film/{{Maleficent}}'''s movie title is the last thing to appear before the credits.
* The title of ''Film/TheLastMimzy'' appears at the very end after Teacher Lena finishes the story of the attempt.
* The card for ''Firehouse Dog'' appeared during the end credits.
* Many films in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** In ''Film/{{Thor}}'', the words "Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures and [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Entertainment]] Present" take five minutes to appear, while the actors' names and title card come during the end credits.
** The words "Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures and [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Entertainment]] Present a Marvel Studios Production, A Film By Creator/JoeJohnston: ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''" do not appear until during the movie's end credits, which come in between Cap meeting Nick Fury and [[TheStinger Fury asking Cap to become an Avenger.]] ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' and ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' also save their "Marvel Studios Presents" and title cards for the end credits.
** Played with in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'': The title shows up during the opening, but the text that would normally precede it ("[[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Studios]] Presents," etc.) only appears during the end credits.
** ''Film/IronMan3'' does this as well.
''Film/BeverlyHillsCopIII''



* ''Film/TheMummyReturns''
* ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'': Only a [[Literature/TheBible Bible]] verse is at the opening; all other credits are saved for the end of the film.
* ''Film/AProphet'' does this—probably because [[spoiler:the lead character emerges as a metaphorical "prophet" fully only by the end of the film]].

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* ''Film/TheMummyReturns''
* ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'': Only a [[Literature/TheBible Bible]] verse is at
''[[Film/TheHungerGamesCatchingFire Catching Fire]]'', which also includes shots of the opening; all other credits are saved for gold mockingjay pin transforming into the three book/film logos.
* ''Film/{{Christine|2016}}'', against a black background and establishing a suitably melancholy mood, as the film ends with Christine Chubbuck killing herself.
* ''Film/{{Cinderella 2015}}'''s title didn't appear until the very
end of the film.
* ''Film/AProphet'' does this—probably because [[spoiler:the lead character emerges as a metaphorical "prophet" fully only by
film, before the end credits scroll up.
* ''Film/{{Contact}}'' likewise has the title card and the rest
of the film]].opening credits immediately preceding the closing ones.



* ''[[Film/MissCongeniality Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous]]'' for some reason.
* ''Film/{{Wanted}}'': Though it may be argued that the film title shows up (as part of a newspaper headline) about an hour into the film, making it one heck of a [[TheTeaser teaser.]]
* ''Film/BeverlyHillsCopIII''
* The ''Film/MiamiVice'' remake.
* A Creator/MichaelMann example happens in ''Film/PublicEnemies''.
* ''Film/LesMiserables2012'' has no opening credits, causing the title card to show up during the end credits instead.
* ''Film/ManOfSteel''
* ''Parental Guidance'': The title card appeared during the end titles.
* ''[[Film/TheHungerGamesCatchingFire Catching Fire]]'', which also includes shots of the gold mockingjay pin transforming into the three book/film logos.
* ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' focuses on the symbol on Spider-Man's back directly after the prologue, yet the title appears over the symbol only at the beginning of the end credits.



* Unlike the [[Film/RoboCop1987 the first]] and [[Film/RoboCop3 third movies]], ''Film/RoboCop2''[='=]s title isn't shown until the end credits.
* The title for ''Film/TronLegacy'' does not appear until ''during'' the credits. While a title does appear at the beginning, it only says ''TRON''.
* ''Film/IntoTheWoods'' does not have it's title appear until the end before the VideoCredits.
* ''Film/{{Unbroken}}''
* Title card for 2014 film ''Exists'' appeared before the end credits.

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* Unlike the [[Film/RoboCop1987 the first]] and [[Film/RoboCop3 third movies]], ''Film/RoboCop2''[='=]s title isn't shown until the end credits.
* The title for ''Film/TronLegacy'' does not appear until ''during'' the credits. While a title does appear at the beginning, it only says ''TRON''.
* ''Film/IntoTheWoods'' does not have it's title appear until the end before the VideoCredits.
* ''Film/{{Unbroken}}''
* Title
card for 2014 film ''Exists'' appeared before the end credits.credits.
* The card for ''Firehouse Dog'' appeared during the end credits.
* ''Film/{{Hoffa}}'' didn't have any credits, not even the name of the film, until the end.
* In ''Film/HotFuzz'', the title card does not appear until the very end of the film. This can be backed up by the DVD Commentary.
* ''Film/IntoTheWoods'' does not have its title appear until the end before the VideoCredits.
* The title of ''Film/TheLastMimzy'' appears at the very end after Teacher Lena finishes the story of the attempt.
* ''Film/{{Maleficent}}'''s movie title is the last thing to appear before the credits.
* ''Film/ManOfSteel''
* Many films in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** In ''Film/{{Thor}}'', the words "Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures and [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Entertainment]] Present" take five minutes to appear, while the actors' names and title card come during the end credits.
** The words "Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures and [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Entertainment]] Present a Marvel Studios Production, A Film By Creator/JoeJohnston: ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''" do not appear until during the movie's end credits, which come in between Cap meeting Nick Fury and [[TheStinger Fury asking Cap to become an Avenger.]] ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' and ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' also save their "Marvel Studios Presents" and title cards for the end credits.
** Played with in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'': The title shows up during the opening, but the text that would normally precede it ("[[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel Studios]] Presents," etc.) only appears during the end credits.
** ''Film/IronMan3'' does this as well.
* The ''Film/MiamiVice'' remake.
* ''Film/LesMiserables2012'' has no opening credits, causing the title card to show up during the end credits instead.
* ''[[Film/MissCongeniality Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous]]'' for some reason.
* ''Film/TheMummyReturns''
* Creator/ChristopherNolan films:
** ''Film/{{Inception}}'' doesn't have a title card until the end credits. [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Where it is displayed three separate times.]] Of course, given [[DreamWithinADream the events of the film]], this is probably on purpose...
** ''Film/BatmanBegins'', ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', and ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' also don't show their titles until the end.
** May be FridgeBrilliance when you realize that he put the title card at the beginning of ''Film/{{Memento}}'', a film where the events are shown in backward chronological order.
*** He also did this for ''Film/{{Insomnia}}'', but that gets a pass due to being a remake.



* ''Film/{{Cinderella 2015}}'''s title didn't appear until the very end of the film, before the credits scroll up.

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* ''Film/{{Cinderella 2015}}'''s title didn't appear until ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'': Only a [[Literature/TheBible Bible]] verse is at the very opening; all other credits are saved for the end of the film, before film.
* ''Parental Guidance'': The title card appeared during
the credits scroll up.end titles.
* ''Film/ThePlaceBeyondThePines''
* ''Film/AProphet'' does this—probably because [[spoiler:the lead character emerges as a metaphorical "prophet" fully only by the end of the film]].
* A Creator/MichaelMann example happens in ''Film/PublicEnemies''.
* Unlike the [[Film/RoboCop1987 the first]] and [[Film/RoboCop3 third movies]], ''Film/RoboCop2''[='=]s title isn't shown until the end credits.



* ''Film/{{Christine|2016}}'', against a black background and establishing a suitably melancholy mood, as the film ends with Christine Chubbuck killing herself.

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* ''Film/{{Christine|2016}}'', against The title for ''Film/TronLegacy'' does not appear until ''during'' the credits. While a black background and establishing a suitably melancholy mood, as title does appear at the beginning, it only says ''TRON''.
* ''Film/{{Unbroken}}''
* ''Film/{{Wanted}}'': Though it may be argued that
the film ends with Christine Chubbuck killing herself.title shows up (as part of a newspaper headline) about an hour into the film, making it one heck of a [[TheTeaser teaser.]]
* The same goes for ''Film/YesMan''.


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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The title of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E9SleepNoMore "Sleep No More"]] doesn't appear until after the [[OnTheNext "Next TIme"]] trailer for the following episode, making it the only episode in the show's 50-plus year history that doesn't have a title sequence. (There ''is'' a brief flash of credits near the beginning of the episode, but it's easy to miss on first viewing.)
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11th Feb '17 11:05:57 AM Gamermaster
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* Combined with TitleDrop in chapter 45 of ''Manga/KaguyaSamaWaKokurasetai'' (I Can't Hear The Fireworks, Part 2), though with the twist that the meaning has completely changed compared to the first part. [[spoiler: In the first part, it represented the fact that Kaguya had only ever been able to see the fireworks from her bedroom window. In the second part, it was because her heart was beating too loudly due to how much [[LoveInterest Shirogane]] had done to make sure she got to see them.]]
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* ''Film/{{Christine|2016}}'', against a black background and establishing a suitably melancholy mood, as the film ends with Christine Chubbuck killing herself.
4th Jan '17 6:09:24 PM Prfnoff
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* ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' has this as the last text before the credits in the normal ending:
-->The switch is now on OFF
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* ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' has this as the last text before the credits in the normal ending:
-->The switch is now on OFF
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