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18th Feb '18 12:46:52 AM nombretomado
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* Although not actually canon, ''Film/RedDawn1984'' got an Expanded Universe in the form of ''RedDawnPlus20''.

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* Although not actually canon, ''Film/RedDawn1984'' got an Expanded Universe in the form of ''RedDawnPlus20''.''Roleplay/RedDawnPlus20''.



* The film ''Film/RedDawn1984'' got an Expanded Universe in the form of a fan collaboration known as RedDawnPlus20, which is a forum in which posters role play as veterans of the war in the present day, two decades after World War III's conclusion.

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* The film ''Film/RedDawn1984'' got an Expanded Universe in the form of a fan collaboration known as RedDawnPlus20, ''Roleplay/RedDawnPlus20'', which is a forum in which posters role play as veterans of the war in the present day, two decades after World War III's conclusion.
31st Jan '18 7:56:43 AM Cryoclaste
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* Surprisingly GearsOfWar has one that includes five novels and a comic book series.

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* Surprisingly GearsOfWar ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' has one that includes five novels and a comic book series.
25th Jan '18 8:12:28 AM Saveelich
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* ''Film/BladeRunner'' spawned three novel sequels and a [[VideoGame/BladeRunner videogame]] taking place in the film's universe -- as well as another film, ''Soldier'', which (unofficially, due to rights issues) also takes place in the ''Blade Runner'' universe.

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* ''Film/BladeRunner'' spawned three novel sequels and a [[VideoGame/BladeRunner videogame]] taking place in the film's universe -- as well as another film, ''Soldier'', which (unofficially, due to rights issues) also takes place in the ''Blade Runner'' universe. A [[Film/BladeRunner2049 sequel]] and three [[Film/BladeRunnerShorts short films]] followed in 2017.
25th Jan '18 8:10:23 AM Saveelich
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* Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse. This is the page for the new ''Star Wars'' EU.
* Franchise/StarWarsLegends. This is the page for the old ''Star Wars'' EU.

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* Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse. This is the page Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse -- Page for the new ''Star Wars'' EU.
* Franchise/StarWarsLegends. This is the page Franchise/StarWarsLegends -- Page for the old ''Star Wars'' EU.
26th Dec '17 4:22:46 PM nombretomado
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* Tellarium Games back in the early '80s made text adventure sequels to ''Fahrenheit451'', ''Dragonworld,'' and the ''Literature/GreenSkyTrilogy'' with the blessing of, and heavy input from, the series authors, making them at least semi-canonical (and in the case of ''VideoGame/BelowTheRoot'', ''definitely'' canonical) sequels.

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* Tellarium Games back in the early '80s made text adventure sequels to ''Fahrenheit451'', ''Literature/Fahrenheit451'', ''Dragonworld,'' and the ''Literature/GreenSkyTrilogy'' with the blessing of, and heavy input from, the series authors, making them at least semi-canonical (and in the case of ''VideoGame/BelowTheRoot'', ''definitely'' canonical) sequels.
10th Dec '17 10:53:00 AM nombretomado
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* Likewise, the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts. Hard to find a medium without its approach to WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}}. And they have a propensity for crossovers with the DisneyAnimatedCanon (be it in [[ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics the sprawling comic book universe]] or series such as ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''; and then there's ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', adding both the Disney features and ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'').

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* Likewise, the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts. Hard to find a medium without its approach to WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}}. And they have a propensity for crossovers with the DisneyAnimatedCanon Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon (be it in [[ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics the sprawling comic book universe]] or series such as ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''; and then there's ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', adding both the Disney features and ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'').
3rd Nov '17 12:04:44 PM FF32
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[[caption-width-right:350:The movies may show you [[TheLawOfConservationOfDetail a dozen planets]]; but the [[Franchise/StarWars galaxy far, far away]] is in fact a [[http://img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130325041255/starwars/images/1/10/MainGalaxy.png pretty large place.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The movies may show you [[TheLawOfConservationOfDetail a dozen planets]]; but the [[Franchise/StarWars galaxy far, far away]] is in fact a [[http://img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130325041255/starwars/images/1/10/MainGalaxy.png [[http://starwarsrpg.pettycomp.net/Images/galactic-map.jpg pretty large place.]]]]
25th Oct '17 6:11:22 PM Twiddler
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* Most of Creator/AndreFranquin's works are presumably set in the same universe. The Franchise/{{Marsupilami}} debuted in a ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' comic (''Spirou et les héritiers'') and followed the heroes in some other adventures, eventually getting [[ComicBook/{{Marsupilami}} his own series]] (actually following the adventures of another Marsupilami, brother of the first one). ''ComicBook/GastonLagaffe'' could [[LooseCanon arguably]] fits in that universe because of the presence of Fantasio in the first volumes, though they work for ''Magazine/{{Spirou}}'', the magazine in which Franquin's works are first published. ''ComicBook/LePetitSpirou'' could also arguably be considered a {{prequel}} to ''Spirou'' -- some gags acknowledging his heroic destiny -- but except for that there are no references nor even cameos between the two comics.

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* Most of Creator/AndreFranquin's works are presumably set in the same universe. The Franchise/{{Marsupilami}} debuted in a ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' comic (''Spirou et les héritiers'') and followed the heroes in some other adventures, eventually getting [[ComicBook/{{Marsupilami}} his own series]] (actually following the adventures of another Marsupilami, brother of the first one). ''ComicBook/GastonLagaffe'' could [[LooseCanon arguably]] fits in that universe because of the presence of Fantasio in the first volumes, though they work for ''Magazine/{{Spirou}}'', [[RecursiveCanon the magazine in which Franquin's works are first published.published]]. ''ComicBook/LePetitSpirou'' could also arguably be considered a {{prequel}} to ''Spirou'' -- some gags acknowledging his heroic destiny -- but except for that there are no references nor even cameos between the two comics.
25th Oct '17 6:07:17 PM Twiddler
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* Most of Creator/AndreFranquin's works are presumably set in the same universe. The Franchise/{{Marsupilami}} debuted in a ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' comic (''Spirou et les héritiers'') and followed the heroes in some other adventures, eventually getting [[ComicBook/{{Marsupilami}} his own series]] (actually following the adventures of another Marsupilami, brother of the first one). ''ComicBook/GastonLagaffe'' could [[LooseCanon arguably]] fits in that universe because of the presence of Fantasio in the first volumes, though they work for the ''Spirou Magazine'', the magazine in which Franquin's works are first published. ''ComicBook/LePetitSpirou'' could also arguably be considered a {{prequel}} to ''Spirou'' -- some gags acknowledging his heroic destiny -- but except for that there are no references nor even cameos between the two comics.

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* Most of Creator/AndreFranquin's works are presumably set in the same universe. The Franchise/{{Marsupilami}} debuted in a ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' comic (''Spirou et les héritiers'') and followed the heroes in some other adventures, eventually getting [[ComicBook/{{Marsupilami}} his own series]] (actually following the adventures of another Marsupilami, brother of the first one). ''ComicBook/GastonLagaffe'' could [[LooseCanon arguably]] fits in that universe because of the presence of Fantasio in the first volumes, though they work for the ''Spirou Magazine'', ''Magazine/{{Spirou}}'', the magazine in which Franquin's works are first published. ''ComicBook/LePetitSpirou'' could also arguably be considered a {{prequel}} to ''Spirou'' -- some gags acknowledging his heroic destiny -- but except for that there are no references nor even cameos between the two comics.
25th Oct '17 5:26:20 PM Twiddler
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* Most of Creator/AndreFranquin's works are presumably set in the same universe. The Franchise/{{Marsupilami}} debuted in a ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' comic (''Spirou et les héritiers'') and followed the heroes in some other adventures, eventually getting [[ComicBook/{{Marsupilami}} his owns series]] (actually following the adventures of another Marsupilami, brother of the first one). ''ComicBook/GastonLagaffe'' could [[LooseCanon arguably]] fits in that universe because of the presence of Fantasio in the first volumes, though they work for the ''Spirou Magazine'', the magazine in which Franquin's works are first published. ''ComicBook/LePetitSpirou'' could also arguably be considered a {{prequel}} to ''Spirou'' -- some gags acknowledging his heroic destiny -- but except for that there are no references nor even cameos between the two comics.

to:

* Most of Creator/AndreFranquin's works are presumably set in the same universe. The Franchise/{{Marsupilami}} debuted in a ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' comic (''Spirou et les héritiers'') and followed the heroes in some other adventures, eventually getting [[ComicBook/{{Marsupilami}} his owns own series]] (actually following the adventures of another Marsupilami, brother of the first one). ''ComicBook/GastonLagaffe'' could [[LooseCanon arguably]] fits in that universe because of the presence of Fantasio in the first volumes, though they work for the ''Spirou Magazine'', the magazine in which Franquin's works are first published. ''ComicBook/LePetitSpirou'' could also arguably be considered a {{prequel}} to ''Spirou'' -- some gags acknowledging his heroic destiny -- but except for that there are no references nor even cameos between the two comics.
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