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24th Mar '16 1:53:52 PM Willbyr
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* ''CodeGeass'' with [[spoiler:Nunnally during the Freya explosion in Tokyo. Assumed dead for a couple of episodes, she returns when it is discovered that although she was close enough to ground zero for a FadeToWhite, she was well outside the actual blast radius by that time]].

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* ''CodeGeass'' ''Anime/CodeGeass'' with [[spoiler:Nunnally during the Freya explosion in Tokyo. Assumed dead for a couple of episodes, she returns when it is discovered that although she was close enough to ground zero for a FadeToWhite, she was well outside the actual blast radius by that time]].



* The omake to {{Naruto}} episode 166 fades to red at the end [[spoiler: Hinata is bleeding out after being stabbed by Pain. The omake is a flashback to her time at the Academy, showing how she developed admiration for and ultimately fell in love with Naruto, regretting her missed opportunities. This is a rare case where fading to red is used though the character survives.]]

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* The omake to {{Naruto}} ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' episode 166 fades to red at the end [[spoiler: Hinata is bleeding out after being stabbed by Pain. The omake is a flashback to her time at the Academy, showing how she developed admiration for and ultimately fell in love with Naruto, regretting her missed opportunities. This is a rare case where fading to red is used though the character survives.]]
21st Jan '16 6:44:10 PM GrammarNavi
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* After defeating [[SuperSmashBros Master Hand]] or Crazy Hand, the screen fades to white, and then it fades to black.

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* After defeating [[SuperSmashBros [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Master Hand]] or Crazy Hand, the screen fades to white, and then it fades to black.
12th Dec '15 11:35:12 PM UJellyWankstain
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* [[SchmuckBait Don't touch]] the [[PressXToDie poisonous powder]] in ''VideoGame/PapersPlease''.

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* [[SchmuckBait Don't touch]] the [[PressXToDie [[spoiler:[[PressXToDie poisonous powder]] powder]]]] in ''VideoGame/PapersPlease''.
12th Dec '15 11:34:27 PM UJellyWankstain
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* [[SchmuckBait Don't touch]] the [[PressXToDie poisonous powder]] in ''VideoGame/PapersPlease''.
28th Oct '15 6:05:25 PM RJTheEdgelord
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* This is how a lot of characters die in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''. Most notably [[spoiler:Kamina]] and [[spoiler:Kittan]].

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* This is how a lot of many characters die in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''. Most ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' - most notably [[spoiler:Kamina]] and [[spoiler:Kittan]].[[spoiler:Kittan]]. There's a white flash, then a lineart portrait of the character in crude stencil, superimposed with their last words or thoughts.
28th Oct '15 5:59:47 PM RJTheEdgelord
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* This is how a lot of characters die in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''. Most notably [[spoiler:Kamina]] and [[spoiler:Kittan]].
20th Jul '15 3:46:19 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/{{Solaris 1972}}, the closing FlyawayShot fades into white.

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* In ''Film/{{Solaris 1972}}, 1972}}'', the closing FlyawayShot fades into white.
20th Jul '15 3:45:59 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/{{Solaris 1972}}, the closing FlyawayShot fades into white.
25th Jun '15 6:59:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheDayAfter'': Briefly, as the explosion in the attack scene takes place. This immediately cuts to a young boy who is blinded after seeing the explosion for a split second.
* ''SixFeetUnder'' only ever used fade to whites. This tied into its themes of death being everywhere and unavoidable.

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* ''TheDayAfter'': ''Film/TheDayAfter'': Briefly, as the explosion in the attack scene takes place. This immediately cuts to a young boy who is blinded after seeing the explosion for a split second.
* ''SixFeetUnder'' ''Series/SixFeetUnder'' only ever used fade to whites. This tied into its themes of death being everywhere and unavoidable.



* Used to disconcerting effect at the end of the ''[[TheWestWing West Wing]]'' episode "Commencement" -- every episode of the show had always ended with a FadeToBlack with a "created by" credit in white text, and this episode simply inverted the colors, which somehow seemed like a message that the current cliffhanger ([[spoiler:Zoey's kidnapping]]) was a bigger or at least very different crisis from anything the show had covered so far. The next episode, the season finale, also opened with the title in black-on-white instead of the usual white-on-black; by the end of ''that'' episode, the characters' situation had stabilized somewhat and it was back to fading to black at the end.

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* Used to disconcerting effect at the end of the ''[[TheWestWing West Wing]]'' ''Series/TheWestWing'' episode "Commencement" -- every episode of the show had always ended with a FadeToBlack with a "created by" credit in white text, and this episode simply inverted the colors, which somehow seemed like a message that the current cliffhanger ([[spoiler:Zoey's kidnapping]]) was a bigger or at least very different crisis from anything the show had covered so far. The next episode, the season finale, also opened with the title in black-on-white instead of the usual white-on-black; by the end of ''that'' episode, the characters' situation had stabilized somewhat and it was back to fading to black at the end.
22nd Jun '15 6:02:36 PM eroock
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* The last scene in ''Film/LayerCake'' of the protagonist lying bleeding on the stairs fades out to white.
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