History Main / EyepatchAfterTimeskip

3rd Nov '16 11:11:36 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Is there some sort of epic pony war in the distant future or something?"[[note]][[NextSundayAD Actually, she's from next Tuesday morning.]][[/note]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"Is there some sort of epic pony war in the distant future or something?"[[note]][[NextSundayAD Actually, she's from next Tuesday morning.]][[/note]] morning]], and the eyepatch is because she accidentally looked into the sun with a telescope.[[/note]] ]]
3rd Oct '16 11:46:09 AM GoldenKeyblade
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* In the first case of ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies'', which place a year after the previous game, we see that Apollo is covered in various bandages and has an eyepatch over one eye. We are initially led to believe that he obtained these injuries during the courtroom bombing that your client is being accused of, [[spoiler:but he still has the eyepatch in Case 4, which takes place even further in the past. It's ultimately revealed that his lie-detector vision was going crazy whenever Athena talked about the case (due to her attempting to hide her involvement with the space program), and he covered his eye in order to prevent himself from sensing her tells.]]
31st Jul '16 8:50:07 AM SlimSkeeter
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[spoiler: Amy Pond]] and her army appear with them after time goes [[TimeyWimeyBall wibbly-wobbly]]. Subverted in that they all have two working eyes; the patches contain tech which allows them to "remember" the Silents.

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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[spoiler: Amy Pond]] and her army appear with them after time goes [[TimeyWimeyBall wibbly-wobbly]]. Subverted in that they all have two working eyes; the patches contain tech which allows them to "remember" the Silents.Silence.
1st Jul '16 1:06:59 PM GlassRain
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* In ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}'' the future version of Norman has a prosthetic eye and is missing his signiature buck teeth. Historical footage of the early days of his revolution show him with an eyepatch.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}'' the future version of Norman has a prosthetic eye and is missing his signiature signature buck teeth. Historical footage of the early days of his revolution show him with an eyepatch.



* ''Webcomic/LeifAndThorn'': The [[http://leifandthorn.com/comic/fish-story-3141/ brief appearance]] of [[spoiler:time-traveling future Thorn]]. Who Holly first guesses to be "[[MirrorUniverse alternate-dimension evil]] [[spoiler:Thorn]]."



* Even ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' utilizes this trope in the episode "It's About Time". Twilight Sparkle encounters a future version of herself sporting a skintight suit, a bandanna, an eyepatch, and a scar on her cheek ([[spoiler:actually a SpyCatsuit, a bandage, a therapeutic eyepatch, and a papercut, respectively. The eyepatch in this case was from being blinded by looking at the sun through a telescope)]].

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* Even ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' utilizes this trope in the episode "It's About Time". Twilight Sparkle encounters a future version of herself sporting a skintight suit, a bandanna, an eyepatch, and a scar on her cheek ([[spoiler:actually a SpyCatsuit, a bandage, a therapeutic eyepatch, and a papercut, paper cut, respectively. The eyepatch in this case was from being blinded by looking at the sun through a telescope)]].
9th Jun '16 6:09:29 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Future Shaundi from the "How the Saints Saved Christmas" DLC for ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'' has a cybernetic eye after shooting her real eye out [[AChristmasStory with a BB gun.]]

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* Future Shaundi from the "How the Saints Saved Christmas" DLC for ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'' has a cybernetic eye after shooting her real eye out [[AChristmasStory [[Film/AChristmasStory with a BB gun.]]
19th Apr '16 12:53:46 PM erforce
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* In the original 1992-3 airings of ''[[Series/YoungIndianaJones The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles]]'', there were [[FramingDevice opening and closing bookends]] set in the present day (that is, the 1990s). These featured a wizened 93-year-old IndianaJones (played by George Hall), who sported a patch over his right eye, and a pair of glasses over the eyepatch. He also had a long vertical facial scar trailing out from under the patch. No explanation was ever offered for how Indy had lost an eye. The "time skip" element comes into play because Creator/HarrisonFord's Indy of course still has both eyes in the film series, set in the 1930s. These contemporary bookends were later all cut out when [[ReCut George Lucas re-edited the show]] into ''The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones'' in the later part of the decade.

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* In the original 1992-3 airings of ''[[Series/YoungIndianaJones The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles]]'', there were [[FramingDevice opening and closing bookends]] set in the present day (that is, the 1990s). These featured a wizened 93-year-old IndianaJones Franchise/IndianaJones (played by George Hall), who sported a patch over his right eye, and a pair of glasses over the eyepatch. He also had a long vertical facial scar trailing out from under the patch. No explanation was ever offered for how Indy had lost an eye. The "time skip" element comes into play because Creator/HarrisonFord's Indy of course still has both eyes in the film series, set in the 1930s. These contemporary bookends were later all cut out when [[ReCut George Lucas re-edited the show]] into ''The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones'' in the later part of the decade.
13th Feb '16 11:19:34 AM kazokuhouou
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* [[spoiler: Asuka]] gained one for ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Evangelion 3.0]]'', [[spoiler:which takes place 14 years after ''2.0'']]. Mildly played with, in that we ''probably'' saw her lose the eye in ''2.0'', but before the TimeSkip she was shown with [[BandageBabe a whole load of bandages over that side of her face]] instead of the EyepatchOfPower she sports afterwards. ([[TropesAreFlexible Close enough.]])

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* [[spoiler: Asuka]] gained one for ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Evangelion 3.0]]'', [[spoiler:which takes place 14 years after ''2.0'']]. Mildly played with, in that we ''probably'' saw her lose the eye in ''2.0'', but before the TimeSkip she was shown with [[BandageBabe a whole load of bandages over that side of her face]] instead of the EyepatchOfPower she sports afterwards. ([[TropesAreFlexible Close enough.]])]]) [[spoiler: Then again, one scene hints [[GlowingEyes she still has the eye.]]]]
1st Dec '15 6:09:03 PM Masterweaver
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** And then in the season five finale, a brief shot of an [[BadFuture alternate timeline]] shows us Rainbow Dash with an eye scar, torn ear, and metal wing. This is played dead serious, unlike the previous example: It's part of a WarIsHell montage.
17th Nov '15 2:03:53 AM Jake
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* [[spoiler: Asuka]] gained one for ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Evangelion 3.0]]'', [[spoiler:which takes place 14 years after ''2.0'']].

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* [[spoiler: Asuka]] gained one for ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Evangelion 3.0]]'', [[spoiler:which takes place 14 years after ''2.0'']]. Mildly played with, in that we ''probably'' saw her lose the eye in ''2.0'', but before the TimeSkip she was shown with [[BandageBabe a whole load of bandages over that side of her face]] instead of the EyepatchOfPower she sports afterwards. ([[TropesAreFlexible Close enough.]])
24th Oct '15 11:27:46 AM StFan
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* Since at least 1990, Mirage's ''[[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' comic regularly hinted at a unpleasant future for our heroes. Most of these stories would show Raphael missing his left eye. An explanation seemingly comes in ImageComics' Volume 3, where Raph gets disfigured and eventually wears a patch, but this would later be ruled CanonDiscontinuity. It would later be revealed in a 2010 ''Tales of the TMNT'' story that [[spoiler:Shadow cut Raph's eye out during battle]].
** The LighterAndSofter ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures'' also featured a future Raph missing an eye.

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* ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'':
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Since at least 1990, Mirage's ''[[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Teenage ''ComicBook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' Turtles|Mirage}}'' comic regularly hinted at a unpleasant future for our heroes. Most of these stories would show Raphael missing his left eye. An explanation seemingly comes in ImageComics' Volume 3, where Raph gets disfigured and eventually wears a patch, but this would later be ruled CanonDiscontinuity. It would later be revealed in a 2010 ''Tales of the TMNT'' story that [[spoiler:Shadow cut Raph's eye out during battle]].
** The LighterAndSofter ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures'' ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures'' also featured a future Raph missing an eye.



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