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11th Feb '18 6:00:48 AM VelvetPierrot
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*** ... until it was averted in several other cases in the final arc:[[spoiler: Yamamoto, Unohana, Ukitake, Sasakibe, and several of the Sternritter.]]
1st Feb '18 7:32:50 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''Main/LuckyLuke'': A not very dramatic and rather brief case happens in the album ''The Daltons' Escape'' where Lucky Luke appears to have been crushed to death by falling rocks and we see the Daltons cheering and yet not sure that he is dead. The most noteworthy part of it is seeing Jolly Jumper's NotSoStoic reaction and openly weeping for his fallen friend.

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* ''Main/LuckyLuke'': ''ComicBook/LuckyLuke'': A not very dramatic and rather brief case happens in the album ''The Daltons' Escape'' where Lucky Luke appears to have been crushed to death by falling rocks and we see the Daltons cheering and yet not sure that he is dead. The most noteworthy part of it is seeing Jolly Jumper's NotSoStoic reaction and openly weeping for his fallen friend.
27th Jan '18 5:58:54 PM CaptEquinox
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** Also in ''The Two Towers'', [[spoiler:Aragorn]] is seen to fall over a multi-hundred foot cliff and all the characters mourn, but it turns out he's completely uninjured, besides a little dizziness and some scrapes. (Definitely not canon but almost lethal to Creator/ViggoMortenson who came close to drowning while filming that.)

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** Also in ''The Two Towers'', [[spoiler:Aragorn]] is seen to fall over a multi-hundred foot cliff and all the characters mourn, but it turns out he's completely uninjured, besides a little dizziness and some scrapes. (Definitely not canon but almost lethal to Creator/ViggoMortenson Creator/ViggoMortensen who came close to drowning while filming that.)
27th Jan '18 5:57:26 PM CaptEquinox
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** [[spoiler:Frodo]] is seemingly killed when he is stabbed by the troll in ''The Fellowship of the Ring'', and again in ''The Return of the King'' when he is [[spoiler:poisoned by Shelob but turns out just to be paralyzed]].
** In ''The Two Towers'', Frodo appears to fall to his death, but we are immediately shown that he only fell a couple of feet into the fog.
** Also in ''The Two Towers'', [[spoiler:Aragorn]] is seen to fall over a multi-hundred foot cliff and all the characters mourn, but it turns out he's completely uninjured, besides a little dizziness and some scrapes.
** In ''The Return of the King'', Faramir is grievously wounded in battle and would've been [[KillItWithFire killed with fire]], albeit accidentally, in his insane father's suicide attempt had Gandalf and Pippin not shown up. After Pippin pushes him off his funeral pyre, he regains consciousness.

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** [[spoiler:Frodo]] is seemingly killed when he is stabbed by the troll in ''The Fellowship of the Ring'', and again in ''The Return of the King'' when he is [[spoiler:poisoned by Shelob but turns out just to be paralyzed]].
paralyzed]]. (Both incidents are canon.)
** In ''The Two Towers'', Frodo appears to fall to his death, but we are immediately shown that he only fell a couple of feet into the fog.
fog. (Not canon.)
** Also in ''The Two Towers'', [[spoiler:Aragorn]] is seen to fall over a multi-hundred foot cliff and all the characters mourn, but it turns out he's completely uninjured, besides a little dizziness and some scrapes.
scrapes. (Definitely not canon but almost lethal to Creator/ViggoMortenson who came close to drowning while filming that.)
** In ''The Return of the King'', Faramir is grievously wounded in battle and would've been [[KillItWithFire killed with fire]], albeit accidentally, in his insane father's suicide attempt had Gandalf and Pippin not shown up. After Pippin pushes him off his funeral pyre, he's rescued, he regains consciousness.consciousness. (Basically canon.)
23rd Jan '18 12:47:04 PM margdean56
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* There is a very long list of people in Franchise/TheDCU who have been revived by the Lazarus Pit. The Lazarus Pit, discovered by ComicBook/RasAlGhul, can revive people on death's door, or full on bring the dead back to life. Unfortunately, one of the side effects of using the Lazarus Pit is losing your mind. Those who have been resurrected or healed from fatal injuries include [[spoiler: Ra's al Ghul, Jason Todd, the second ComicBook/BlackCanary, [[ComicBook/BatGirl2000 Cassandra Cain]], ComicBook/LadyShiva, ComicBook/{{Bane}}, Isis, the wife of ComicBook/BlackAdam, and more]].
* ''ComicBook/TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'': Fat Freddy is found lifeless in bed - his grief-stricken friends hold a wake and bury him themselves. At a graveside picnic some time later, a bottle of potent liquor spills on the ground, seeps in, and revives him from a drug-induced immobilization. He furiously bursts out to his friends' joy and horror.
* ''Main/LuckyLuke'': A not very dramatic and rather brief case happens in the album ''The Dalton's Escape'' where Lucky Luke appears to have been crushed to death by falling rocks and we see the Daltons cheering and yet not sure that he is dead. The most noteworthy part of it is seeing Jolly Jumper's NotSoStoic reaction and openly weeping for his fallen friend.

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* There is a very long list of people in Franchise/TheDCU who have been revived by the Lazarus Pit. The Lazarus Pit, discovered by ComicBook/RasAlGhul, can revive people on at death's door, or full on full-on bring the dead back to life. Unfortunately, one of the side effects of using the Lazarus Pit is losing your mind. Those who have been resurrected or healed from fatal injuries include [[spoiler: Ra's al Ghul, Jason Todd, the second ComicBook/BlackCanary, [[ComicBook/BatGirl2000 Cassandra Cain]], ComicBook/LadyShiva, ComicBook/{{Bane}}, Isis, the wife of ComicBook/BlackAdam, and more]].
* ''ComicBook/TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'': Fat Freddy is found lifeless in bed - his bed--his grief-stricken friends hold a wake and bury him themselves. At a graveside picnic some time later, a bottle of potent liquor spills on the ground, seeps in, and revives him from a drug-induced immobilization. He furiously bursts out to his friends' joy and horror.
* ''Main/LuckyLuke'': A not very dramatic and rather brief case happens in the album ''The Dalton's Daltons' Escape'' where Lucky Luke appears to have been crushed to death by falling rocks and we see the Daltons cheering and yet not sure that he is dead. The most noteworthy part of it is seeing Jolly Jumper's NotSoStoic reaction and openly weeping for his fallen friend.
1st Jan '18 11:17:48 AM wolftickets1969
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* Near the end of ''Wabuu the Cheeky Raccoon'', when Wabuu chops down a tree to use as a bridge, a bird's egg falls out of its nest to the ground and causes the parents to call him a "child murderer", though the hatchling emerges unharmed. Then we find out that the tree also accidentally fell on Wuschel the squirrel, and the other animals declare him dead. Wabuu, however, finds out otherwise and frees him from under the fallen tree.

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* Near the end of ''Wabuu the Cheeky Raccoon'', when Wabuu chops down a tree to use as a bridge, a bird's egg falls out of its nest to the ground and causes the parents to call him a "child murderer", though the hatchling emerges unharmed. Then we find out that the tree also accidentally fell on Wuschel the squirrel, and the other animals declare mole declares him dead. Wabuu, however, finds out otherwise and frees him from under the fallen tree.
21st Dec '17 2:14:33 AM wolftickets1969
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* Near the end of ''Wabuu the Cheeky Raccoon'', when Wabuu chops down a tree to use as a bridge, a bird's egg falls out of its nest to the ground and causes the parents to call him a "child murderer", though the hatchling emerges unharmed. Then we find out that the tree also accidentally fell on Wuschel the squirrel, and the other animals declare him dead. Wabuu, however, finds out otherwise and frees him from under the fallen tree.



* In ''Wabuu the Cheeky Raccoon'', the tree that Wabuu chops down to use as a bridge accidentally falls on Wuschel the squirrel, and the other animals declare him dead. Wabuu, however, finds out otherwise and frees him from under the fallen tree.
21st Dec '17 2:10:21 AM wolftickets1969
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* In ''Wabuu the Cheeky Raccoon'', the tree that Wabuu chops down to use as a bridge accidentally falls on Wuschel the squirrel, and the other animals declare him dead. Wabuu, however, finds out otherwise and frees him from under the fallen tree.
4th Dec '17 6:18:20 AM TommyTiger
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* [[spoiler:Nigel]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}''... sort of... [[spoiler:Even though he's a villain, he is SUCKED INTO A PROPELLER OF A FREAKING PLANE, showing feathers flying out, too]], and is thought to be dead until the ending, where he is [[spoiler:stripped of his feathers on the forest floor, and Mauro (the Monkeys' leader) takes embarrassing pictures of him naked,]] leading into the credits.

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* [[spoiler:Nigel]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}''... ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'', sort of... of. [[spoiler:Even though he's a villain, it's really upsetting when he is SUCKED INTO A PROPELLER OF A FREAKING PLANE, ''sucked in an airplane's propeller'', showing feathers flying out, too]], and is thought to be dead until the ending, where he is [[spoiler:stripped of his feathers on the forest floor, and Mauro (the Monkeys' leader) takes embarrassing pictures of him naked,]] leading into the credits.
26th Nov '17 10:44:39 PM Pamina
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* Every version of ''PeterPan'', including the [[Disney/PeterPan Disney]] one, has Tinkerbell pulling one of these off. ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve in fairies!

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* ''Literature/PeterPan'':
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Every version of ''PeterPan'', version, including the [[Disney/PeterPan Disney]] one, has Tinkerbell Tinker Bell pulling one of these off. off when she makes a HeroicSacrifice to save Peter. ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve in fairies!fairies!
** In every version ''except'' Disney's, Wendy lies seemingly dead after being mistaken for a bird and shot with an arrow by one of the Lost Boys. But the arrow turns out to have only pierced an acorn button she was wearing and presumably caused her to faint from fear.
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