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28th Jun '17 6:51:01 AM nanakiro
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* The short "Neon Genesis IMPACTS" from the Anime/JapanAnimatorExpo has its credits play while the sole member that stayed behind in Tokyo-3 is hiding during an [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Angel]] attack. Just as the credits are about to end, it cuts to black while hearing a large amount of rubble falling.
21st May '17 5:16:42 PM nombretomado
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* In chapter 35-1 of ''WereAlive'', CJ and Scratch are engaged in a [[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]] vs. knife fight when CJ is distracted and Scratch gets an opening and stabs her. Scratch gloats "I got you. You lose, I win." just before the credits.

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* In chapter 35-1 of ''WereAlive'', ''AudioPlay/WereAlive'', CJ and Scratch are engaged in a [[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]] vs. knife fight when CJ is distracted and Scratch gets an opening and stabs her. Scratch gloats "I got you. You lose, I win." just before the credits.
27th Dec '16 5:24:33 AM Morgenthaler
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18th Jun '16 12:25:52 PM Grade0
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* In the Phantom Bullet arc of ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', Death Gun has shot Sinnon with a stun bolt, and gets up close to finish her with his [[ICallItVera Death Gun]]. Her eyes go wide, the screen goes black, and a shot rings out. [[SubvertedTrope Come the next episode,]] it turns out that it was [[BigDamnHeroes Kirito shooting Death Gun.]]



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18th Sep '15 3:39:06 PM CrystalMech
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** A similar occurrence happens at the end of ''Season 2, Episode 4'' - the party is lead into a MexicanStandoff with Arvo's family, and as tensions rise, Rebecca is revealed to have [[DeathByChildbirth succumbed to exhaustion after delivering her son]] and is slowly reanimating. You are then prompted to either shoot her, or warn Kenny - either way, bullets end up flying, and the screen cuts to black. Miraculously, this trope is revealed to be [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in terms of deaths at the beginning of episode 5 - well, [[AlasPoorVillain at least for Clementine's group.]]

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** A similar occurrence happens more traditional example occurs at the end of ''Season 2, Episode 4'' - the party is lead into a MexicanStandoff with Arvo's family, and as tensions rise, Rebecca is revealed to have [[DeathByChildbirth succumbed to exhaustion after delivering her son]] and is slowly reanimating. You are then prompted to either shoot her, or warn Kenny - either way, bullets end up flying, and the screen cuts to black. Miraculously, this trope is revealed to be [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in terms of deaths at the beginning of episode 5 - well, [[AlasPoorVillain at least for Clementine's group.]]
18th Sep '15 3:38:17 PM CrystalMech
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* While ''[[VideoGame/TheWalkingDead The Walking Dead Telltale]]'' is no stranger to suspenseful cliffhangers, the finale is the most prominent example, if you decide to have Lee talk Clementine into shooting him to prevent him from turning. Unlike most examples, Lee's fate isn't ambiguous - he's KilledOffForReal.

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* While ''[[VideoGame/TheWalkingDead The Walking Dead Telltale]]'' is no stranger to suspenseful cliffhangers, the finale is the most prominent example, example of this trope, if you decide to have Lee talk Clementine into shooting [[MercyKill mercy-killing]] him to prevent him from turning. Unlike most examples, [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] in that Lee's fate isn't ambiguous - he's KilledOffForReal.is already sealed, but it still ends with a gunshot to black followed by credits.
18th Sep '15 3:33:32 PM CrystalMech
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** Claude nearly dies a dozen times, throws away a million dollars, and ends up having to shoot a helicopter out of the air to save her. Is Maria ''grateful''? Hell, no. Claude can be forgiven for realizing what a stupid move he made at that point and... "correcting" it.

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** Claude nearly dies a dozen times, throws away a million dollars, and ends up having to shoot a helicopter out of the air to save her. Is Maria ''grateful''? Hell, Hell no. Claude can be forgiven for realizing what a stupid move he made at that point and... "correcting" it.




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* While ''[[VideoGame/TheWalkingDead The Walking Dead Telltale]]'' is no stranger to suspenseful cliffhangers, the finale is the most prominent example, if you decide to have Lee talk Clementine into shooting him to prevent him from turning. Unlike most examples, Lee's fate isn't ambiguous - he's KilledOffForReal.
** A similar occurrence happens at the end of ''Season 2, Episode 4'' - the party is lead into a MexicanStandoff with Arvo's family, and as tensions rise, Rebecca is revealed to have [[DeathByChildbirth succumbed to exhaustion after delivering her son]] and is slowly reanimating. You are then prompted to either shoot her, or warn Kenny - either way, bullets end up flying, and the screen cuts to black. Miraculously, this trope is revealed to be [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in terms of deaths at the beginning of episode 5 - well, [[AlasPoorVillain at least for Clementine's group.]]
20th Oct '14 5:22:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* James Woods faces down the villain at the end of ''Cop'': "The good news is I am a cop and I do have to bring you in. The bad news is I've been suspended and I don't give a fuck." ''(fires his shotgun, quick cut to black, roll credits)''

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* James Woods faces down the villain at the end of ''Cop'': ''Film/{{Cop}}'': "The good news is I am a cop and I do have to bring you in. The bad news is I've been suspended and I don't give a fuck." ''(fires his shotgun, quick cut to black, roll credits)''



* ''HillStreetBlues'' does this with a cop's suicide.

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* ''HillStreetBlues'' ''Series/HillStreetBlues'' does this with a cop's suicide.



* "A Stitch In Time", one of the better episodes of ''Series/TheOuterLimits'' revival, ended like this, with a newly-forged time-traveling KnightTemplar gunning down a serial-killer-to-be.
* The ''MagnumPI'' episode "Did You See the Sunrise?" ends in this way, with a freeze-frame of Magnum cold-bloodedly killing the Russian assassin who had, earlier in the episode, murdered one of Magnum's friends.

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* "A Stitch In Time", one of the better episodes of ''Series/TheOuterLimits'' ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'' revival, ended like this, with a newly-forged time-traveling KnightTemplar gunning down a serial-killer-to-be.
* The ''MagnumPI'' ''Series/MagnumPI'' episode "Did You See the Sunrise?" ends in this way, with a freeze-frame of Magnum cold-bloodedly killing the Russian assassin who had, earlier in the episode, murdered one of Magnum's friends.
10th Jun '14 3:39:40 PM Kimera757
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* In [[MeaningfulName Turn Turn Turn]] in Series/MarvelAgentsOfSHIELD, Ward murders Agent Hand and her two bodyguards in order to rescue Garrett (aka The Clairvoyant) just as the episode ends. As Garrett had been revealed earlier in the episode, that was a WhamEpisode indeed. (The episode also featured a Hydra ending.)

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* In the episode [[MeaningfulName Turn Turn Turn]] in Series/MarvelAgentsOfSHIELD, from Series/AgentsOfSHIELD, Ward murders Agent Hand and her two bodyguards in order to rescue Garrett (aka The Clairvoyant) just as the episode ends. As Garrett had been revealed earlier in the episode, that was a WhamEpisode indeed. (The episode also featured a Hydra ending.)
10th Jun '14 3:38:41 PM Kimera757
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* In [[MeaningfulName Turn Turn Turn]] in Series/MarvelAgentsOfSHIELD, Ward murders Agent Hand and her two bodyguards in order to rescue Garrett (aka The Clairvoyant) just as the episode ends. As Garrett had been revealed earlier in the episode, that was a WhamEpisode indeed. (The episode also featured a Hydra ending.)
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