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6th Jun '17 7:17:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''Welcome to Poe'', one of the first WhateleyUniverse stories, where six kids start their freshman year at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] and find out they have something unusual in common. It's what makes such a diverse group into a team.

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* ''Welcome to Poe'', one of the first WhateleyUniverse Literature/WhateleyUniverse stories, where six kids start their freshman year at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] and find out they have something unusual in common. It's what makes such a diverse group into a team.
4th Mar '17 1:37:28 PM nombretomado
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* All of MarvelComics heroes met for the first time in Contest of Champions #1. Most of them had already met, but this was the first time that ''every single superhero'' was in the same place at the same time (courtesy of the CosmicEntity The Grandmaster, who needed to choose heroes for the contest). Note that only handful of the heroes actually participated in the actual contest, including some brand-new ones.

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* All of MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics heroes met for the first time in Contest of Champions #1. Most of them had already met, but this was the first time that ''every single superhero'' was in the same place at the same time (courtesy of the CosmicEntity The Grandmaster, who needed to choose heroes for the contest). Note that only handful of the heroes actually participated in the actual contest, including some brand-new ones.
27th Feb '17 3:18:27 PM StarTropes
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** ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' starts with the titular ship's command crew being assembled for her launch.
6th Jan '17 1:59:01 AM LondonKdS
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* Although starting off with a WelcomeEpisode for Gwen Cooper, ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' used flashbacks to show how the rest of the team were recruited.

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* Although starting off with a WelcomeEpisode for Gwen Cooper, ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' used flashbacks to show how the rest of the team were recruited.recruited in the second season's episode "Fragments".
5th Oct '16 12:00:57 AM Cranberries
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': The first episode has the two main adult characters, Buck Tuddrussel and Larry 3000, partners in a time police organization from the far future, accidentally zap into the bedroom of an orphaned child named Otto Osworth in the year 2001. Otto convinces Tuddrussel to take him with them, as he knows more about history than they do. Thus, the incompetent duo becomes a successful trio and eventually a makeshift family where they admittedly call Otto's "kidnapping" an "adoption" instead.
4th Oct '16 6:48:23 PM jeez
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' starts out this way: Pretty much all of the principal cast (save the Targaryens, who are in exile) get to meet during a royal visit to Winterfell castle (even though not for the first time), under the guise of at least nominally civil coexistence. Needless to say, from that moment forward, they learn to properly detest each other, and things begin to fall apart almost immediately.
25th Aug '16 9:29:47 AM Gosicrystal
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* Used frequently in SuperHero comics where a new superhero team in complete.
** In fact, one of the easiest ways to [[DecompressedComic decompress]] the origin story is to introduce the characters one per issue over a multi issue premiere arc.

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* Used frequently in SuperHero comics where a new superhero team in complete.
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complete. In fact, one of the easiest ways to [[DecompressedComic decompress]] the origin story is to introduce the characters one per issue over a multi issue premiere arc.



* ''Series/{{Sliders}}''
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. Fry gets unfrozen, meets Leela (his career placement officer), runs away from her and meets Bender in a suicide booth. And together they meet the Professor, who is Fry's great-great-great (and so on) nephew, who hires the three of them (including Leela, who turned her back on her own career rather than force Fry into his designated role) as his new delivery crew. The second episode introduces the trio to the rest of the cast already employed at the Professor's delivery company: Hermes Conrad, the company's bureaucrat, Zoidberg, the doctor, and Amy, the college intern.
** A ''much'' later episode tells how the Professor and Dr. Zoidberg met.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': Fry gets unfrozen, meets Leela (his career placement officer), runs away from her and meets Bender in a suicide booth. And together they meet the Professor, who is Fry's great-great-great (and so on) nephew, who hires the three of them (including Leela, who turned her back on her own career rather than force Fry into his designated role) as his new delivery crew. The second episode introduces the trio to the rest of the cast already employed at the Professor's delivery company: Hermes Conrad, the company's bureaucrat, bureaucrat; Zoidberg, the doctor, doctor; and Amy, the college intern.
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intern. A ''much'' later episode tells how the Professor and Dr. Zoidberg met.
9th Jul '16 5:19:29 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': Most of "Escape from Mongo", the first episode in the series, is spent bringing the Defenders together, a process which is helped somewhat by the fact that the team consists of three parent/child duos and one adoptive parent/adopted child duo. In addition, Mandrake and Lothar are HeterosexualLifePartners, so, with the addition of LJ and Kshin, half the team is already assembled at the start of the series, which opens with Flash's spaceship crash-landing in the grounds of Mandrake's mansion. Rick joins when Flash, Mandrake and Lothar rescue him from Mongo; the Phantom and Jedda are recruited shortly after. Of the two [[TeamPet Team Pets]] in the series, Zuffy is introduced when he helps Rick to escape from Ming's troops (though he becomes Kshin's pet) and Kisa is first seen shortly before Jedda makes her first appearance. It's also indicated that Mandrake knew Flash and the Phantom, at least by reputation, prior to his first onscreen meetings with the two characters.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': Most of "Escape from Mongo", the first episode in the series, is spent bringing the Defenders together, a process which is helped somewhat by the fact that the team consists of three parent/child duos and one adoptive parent/adopted child duo. In addition, Mandrake and Lothar are HeterosexualLifePartners, so, with the addition of LJ and Kshin, half the team is already assembled at the start of the series, which opens with Flash's spaceship crash-landing in the grounds of Mandrake's mansion. Rick joins when Flash, Mandrake and Lothar rescue him from Mongo; the Phantom and Jedda are recruited shortly after. Of the two [[TeamPet Team Pets]] in the series, Zuffy is introduced when he helps Rick to escape from Ming's troops (though he becomes Kshin's pet) and Kisa is first seen shortly before Jedda makes her first appearance. It's also indicated that Mandrake knew Flash and the Phantom, at least by reputation, prior to his first onscreen meetings with the two characters.
8th Jul '16 7:21:57 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': Most of "Escape from Mongo", the first episode in the series, is spent bringing the Defenders together, a process which is helped somewhat by the fact that the team consists of three parent/child duos and one adoptive parent/adopted child duo. In addition, Mandrake and Lothar are HeterosexualLifePartners, so, with the addition of LJ and Kshin, half the team is already assembled at the start of the series, which opens with Flash's spaceship crash-landing in the grounds of Mandrake's mansion. Rick joins when Flash, Mandrake and Lothar rescue him from Mongo; the Phantom and Jedda are recruited shortly after. Of the two [[TeamPet Team Pets]] in the series, Zuffy is introduced when he helps Rick to escape from Ming's troops (though he becomes Kshin's pet) and Kisa is first seen shortly before Jedda makes her first appearance. It's also indicated that Mandrake knew Flash and the Phantom, at least by reputation, prior to their first onscreen encounters.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': Most of "Escape from Mongo", the first episode in the series, is spent bringing the Defenders together, a process which is helped somewhat by the fact that the team consists of three parent/child duos and one adoptive parent/adopted child duo. In addition, Mandrake and Lothar are HeterosexualLifePartners, so, with the addition of LJ and Kshin, half the team is already assembled at the start of the series, which opens with Flash's spaceship crash-landing in the grounds of Mandrake's mansion. Rick joins when Flash, Mandrake and Lothar rescue him from Mongo; the Phantom and Jedda are recruited shortly after. Of the two [[TeamPet Team Pets]] in the series, Zuffy is introduced when he helps Rick to escape from Ming's troops (though he becomes Kshin's pet) and Kisa is first seen shortly before Jedda makes her first appearance. It's also indicated that Mandrake knew Flash and the Phantom, at least by reputation, prior to their his first onscreen encounters.meetings with the two characters.
8th Jul '16 7:19:29 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': Most of "Escape from Mongo", the first episode in the series, is spent bringing the Defenders together, a process which is helped somewhat by the fact that the team consists of three parent/child duos and one adoptive parent/adopted child duo. In addition, Mandrake and Lothar are HeterosexualLifePartners, so, with the addition of LJ and Kshin, half the team is already assembled at the start of the series, which opens with Flash's spaceship crash-landing in the grounds of Mandrake's mansion. Rick joins when Flash, Mandrake and Lothar rescue him from Mongo; the Phantom and Jedda are recruited shortly after. Of the two [[TeamPet Team Pets]] in the series, Zuffy is introduced when he helps Rick to escape from Ming's troops (though he becomes Kshin's pet) and Kisa is first seen shortly before Jedda makes her first appearance. It's also indicated that Mandrake knew Flash and the Phantom, at least by reputation, prior to the start of the series.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': Most of "Escape from Mongo", the first episode in the series, is spent bringing the Defenders together, a process which is helped somewhat by the fact that the team consists of three parent/child duos and one adoptive parent/adopted child duo. In addition, Mandrake and Lothar are HeterosexualLifePartners, so, with the addition of LJ and Kshin, half the team is already assembled at the start of the series, which opens with Flash's spaceship crash-landing in the grounds of Mandrake's mansion. Rick joins when Flash, Mandrake and Lothar rescue him from Mongo; the Phantom and Jedda are recruited shortly after. Of the two [[TeamPet Team Pets]] in the series, Zuffy is introduced when he helps Rick to escape from Ming's troops (though he becomes Kshin's pet) and Kisa is first seen shortly before Jedda makes her first appearance. It's also indicated that Mandrake knew Flash and the Phantom, at least by reputation, prior to the start of the series.their first onscreen encounters.
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