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11th Sep '16 1:23:22 PM eroock
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* With the exception of [[spoiler:Mark's potatoes, there are no deaths in ''Film/TheMartian''. Yes, even in a film directed by Creator/RidleyScott, and prominently including [[ChronicallyKilledActor Sean Bean]] (though his character does commit career suicide).]]
14th Jul '16 1:09:15 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* A work based in the Titanic disaster would be the last place to expect this trope. However, two animated features made in the wake of ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'' and released so close together as to be DuelingMovies both use this trope, [[TheyJustDidntCare in spite of being based on the real life disaster]].

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* A work based in the Titanic disaster would be the last place to expect this trope. However, two animated features made in the wake of ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'' and released so close together as to be DuelingMovies both use this trope, [[TheyJustDidntCare in spite of being based on the real life disaster]].disaster.
13th Jul '16 7:01:58 AM MrNickelodeon
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* ''Ride/SkullIslandReignOfKong'' at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]] shows or mentions that all of the Eighth Wonder Expedition crew members survived the ordeals depicted in the ride, even though the attraction makes it seem as though some of them were killed.
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10th Jul '16 2:12:22 PM DoctorTItanX
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* Due to how battles in ''Anime/KillLaKill'' revolve around [[ClothingDamage tearing off the opponent's]] [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman superpowered uniform]], named casualties are extremely rare. So rare, in fact, that the only three characters who die are the BigBad, her [[TheDragon Dragon]], and [[TheHero The Heroine]]'s own [[EmpathicWeapon superpowered]] [[SailorFuku uniform]]; every other named character alive at the beginning of the series is alive at the very end as well.

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* Due to how battles in ''Anime/KillLaKill'' revolve around [[ClothingDamage tearing off the opponent's]] [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman superpowered uniform]], named casualties are extremely rare. So rare, in fact, that the only three characters beings who actually die are the BigBad, her [[TheDragon Dragon]], and [[TheHero The Heroine]]'s own [[EmpathicWeapon superpowered]] [[SailorFuku uniform]]; every uniform]]. Every other named character being is alive at the beginning of the series is alive at the very end as well.



* ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' uses this a lot, Shinigami are almost impossible to kill, even when bisected. Hollows when 'killed' by a Shinigami are really just re-incarnated to Soul Society. Only in the 1000 Year Blood War arc has the body count started to climb and even then it's still relatively light considering the war they are in.

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* ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' uses this a lot, Shinigami are almost impossible to kill, even when bisected. Hollows when 'killed' by a Shinigami are really actually just re-incarnated reincarnated to Soul Society. Only in the 1000 1,000 Year Blood War arc has the body count started to climb and even then then, it's still relatively light considering the war they are in.
7th Jul '16 10:51:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/TheSilenceOfTheHams'': At the end every character who was killed during the movie turns out to be alive because of a LatexPerfection disguise.
22nd Jun '16 8:44:02 PM immblueversion
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* Those familiar with Creator/AdultSwim's brand of [[BlackComedy pitch-black humor]] would hardly expect anything different from one of its fake infomercials "Broomshakalaka", where a crazed salesman tries to sell enough obviously faulty [[SwissArmyWeapon multi-purpose brooms]] to equal the life of his dead daughter, and dies a slow and agonizing death after accidentally chopping off both his hands, all while his TV guests reluctantly try to keep the show going in the middle of a FreakOut. [[spoiler:When they successfully hit the sales mark, it turns out to actually bring the salesman's daughter BackFromTheDead; hitting twice the amount brings the salesman back with both his hands attached; and three times the amount resurrects the guests' beloved dead dog]].

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* Those familiar with Creator/AdultSwim's brand of [[BlackComedy pitch-black humor]] would hardly expect anything different from one of its fake infomercials "Broomshakalaka", where a crazed salesman tries to sell enough obviously faulty [[SwissArmyWeapon multi-purpose brooms]] to equal the life of his dead daughter, and dies a slow and agonizing death after accidentally chopping off both his hands, all while his TV guests reluctantly try to keep the show going in the middle of a FreakOut. [[spoiler:When they successfully hit the sales mark, it turns out to actually bring brings the salesman's daughter BackFromTheDead; back to life; hitting twice the amount brings the salesman back with both his hands attached; and three times the amount resurrects the guests' beloved dead dog]].
5th Jun '16 12:53:02 PM fq
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* Dan Slott's ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' has recently declared that no one will die on his watch. Victims, villains, it doesn't matter. No one dies. [[spoiler: After saving more than 7 billion people from Doc Ock's superweapon he considers it a failure because Silver Sable and Rhino were killed]].

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* Dan Slott's ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' has recently declared that no one will die on his watch. Victims, villains, it doesn't matter. No one dies. [[spoiler: After saving more than 7 billion people from Doc Ock's superweapon he considers it a failure because Silver Sable and Rhino were killed]].
26th May '16 11:00:34 AM Willbyr
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* The ''{{Karin}}'' anime ends by killing off Karin's entire family... and then bringing them back to life. A case of AdaptationDistillation, as the manga is far more bittersweet.

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* The ''{{Karin}}'' ''Manga/{{Karin}}'' anime ends by killing off Karin's entire family... and then bringing them back to life. A case of AdaptationDistillation, as the manga is far more bittersweet.
19th May '16 5:01:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheUnit'' with "Natural Selection." Mind you, much of said episode is a FlashBack to Bob Brown's selection process and the plot involves no combat at all.
* ''MurderSheWrote'' had a Christmas episode in which the intended victim survived.

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* ''TheUnit'' ''Series/TheUnit'' with "Natural Selection." Mind you, much of said episode is a FlashBack to Bob Brown's selection process and the plot involves no combat at all.
* ''MurderSheWrote'' ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' had a Christmas episode in which the intended victim survived.
8th May '16 2:19:27 PM ZimFan89
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** The Season 11 episode "Don't Call Me Shurley" takes this trope UpToEleven, as not only does no one die, but [[spoiler: [[DivineIntervention God's intervention]] resurrects the people who ''had'' died, bringing the number of deaths into the negative numbers.]]
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