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19th Oct '17 9:26:18 AM quackytrope
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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from ''Legacy'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.

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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from from ''Legacy'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third fifth season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.
19th Oct '17 9:24:47 AM quackytrope
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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from ''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E13Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.

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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from ''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E13Legacy Legacy]]'', from ''Legacy'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.
19th Oct '17 9:23:02 AM quackytrope
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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from ''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E1213Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.

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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from ''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E1213Legacy ''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E13Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.
19th Oct '17 9:22:31 AM quackytrope
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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E1213Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.

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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E1213Legacy from ''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E1213Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.
19th Oct '17 9:21:47 AM quackytrope
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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E12-13Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.

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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E12-13Legacy from''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E1213Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.
19th Oct '17 9:21:12 AM quackytrope
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** As a whole, ''Justice League Unlimited'' works as a continuation of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''; the third season's Cadmus arc resolves plot threads that were left hanging, specifically the fallout from''[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E12-13Legacy Legacy]]'', which results in Superman having to gain back the trust of the public while dealing with the machinations of an increasingly paranoid government. The third season finale "Destroyer" can be seen as a finale not just for ''Justice League Unlimited'', but for ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' too, since it effectively closes the book on Superman's longstanding conflict with Lex Luthor and Darkseid, giving both characters an epic sendoff.
16th Oct '17 8:05:57 PM PaulA
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* The four-volume ''Literature/{{Ringworld}}'' series by Creator/LarryNiven ends with the fate of its protagonists left open for a SequelHook. This is resolved in the conclusion of the five-volume ''[[Literature/KnownSpace Fleet of Worlds]]'' series that Niven cowrote with Edward M. Lerner.

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* The four-volume ''Literature/{{Ringworld}}'' series by Creator/LarryNiven ends with the fate of its protagonists left open for a SequelHook. This is resolved in the conclusion of the five-volume ''[[Literature/KnownSpace Fleet of Worlds]]'' ''Literature/FleetOfWorlds'' series that Niven cowrote with Edward M. Lerner.
15th Oct '17 12:56:22 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* ECW One Night Stand 2005 was originally this for Extreme Championship Wrestling. ECW had closed in 2001, with its assets purchased by WWE sometime after. The original concept of ONS was a one-time WWE-produced ECW reunion show, which made it an example of this trope until ECW was resurrected on a full-time basis the next year.
* After the Wrestling/{{WWE}} purchased Wrestling/{{WCW}} and Wrestling/WCWMondayNitro had been cancelled, WWE dedicated the last 10 minutes of an episode of Wrestling/MondayNightRaw to effectively be a finale for Nitro. The house banners and decorations were changed, and WCW personalities Scott Hudson and Wrestling/ArnAnderson took over the commentators' desk. The segment featured a match between Buff Bagwell and Wrestling/BookerT. The match was deemed so boring and uninteresting by the WWE's fans, that WWE's planned MythArc for the "Invasion" storyline became radically altered, and the WCW branding would all but disappear shortly thereafter.



* When Lucha Libre Internacional went out of business in 1995, its title belts were divided amongst Wrestling/{{AAA}}, Wrestling/MichinokuProWrestling and several smaller independent companies based in Mexico, Japan and Puerto Rico with four UWA sanctioned belts coming under the personal ownership of Zuleyma, Gran Hamada, Loco Valentino and El Canek.

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* When Lucha Libre Internacional went out of business in 1995, its title belts were divided amongst among Wrestling/{{AAA}}, Wrestling/MichinokuProWrestling and several smaller independent companies based in Mexico, Japan and Puerto Rico with four UWA sanctioned belts coming under the personal ownership of Zuleyma, Gran Hamada, Loco Valentino and El Canek.Canek.
* After the Wrestling/{{WWE}} purchased Wrestling/{{WCW}} and Wrestling/WCWMondayNitro had been cancelled, WWE dedicated the last 10 minutes of an episode of Wrestling/MondayNightRaw to effectively be a finale for Nitro. The house banners and decorations were changed, and WCW personalities Scott Hudson and Wrestling/ArnAnderson took over the commentators' desk. The segment featured a match between Buff Bagwell and Wrestling/BookerT. The match was deemed so boring and uninteresting by the WWE's fans, that WWE's planned MythArc for the "Invasion" storyline became radically altered, and the WCW branding would all but disappear shortly thereafter.
* ECW One Night Stand 2005 was originally this for Extreme Championship Wrestling. ECW had closed in 2001, with its assets purchased by WWE sometime after. The original concept of ONS was a one-time WWE-produced ECW reunion show, which made it an example of this trope until ECW was resurrected on a full-time basis the next year.



* {{Defied|Trope}} when Wrestling/YoshihiroTajiri's SMASH was set to close down and Divas Champion Kana wanted to hop on a plane with the title belt before it happened. Syuri vowed to defeat her to ensure the belt went down with the rest of the promotion.[[/folder]]

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* {{Defied|Trope}} when Wrestling/YoshihiroTajiri's SMASH was set to close down and Divas Champion Kana Wrestling/{{Kana|koUrai}} wanted to hop on a plane with the title belt before it happened. Syuri vowed to defeat her to ensure the belt went down with the rest of the promotion.[[/folder]]
9th Oct '17 8:31:40 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WebComic/RPGWorld'', one of the more popular webcomics of the early 2000s, ended abruptly in 2007 thanks to a combination of creator Ian Jones-Quarterly being busy studying animation and losing interest in the series (not helped by the fact that the fanbase was being overwhelmed by a number of unpleaseable readers who complained about basically everything he did). Thirteen years later, Ian revisited the comic in an episode of his Creator/CartoonNetwork series ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'', having the two stories' protagonists join forces to fight ''RPG World'''s BigBad Galgarion.

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* ''WebComic/RPGWorld'', one of the more popular webcomics of the early 2000s, ended abruptly in 2007 2004 thanks to a combination of creator Ian Jones-Quarterly being busy studying animation and losing interest in the series (not helped by the fact that the fanbase was being overwhelmed by a number of unpleaseable readers who complained about basically everything he did). Thirteen years later, Ian revisited the comic in an episode of his Creator/CartoonNetwork series ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'', having the two stories' protagonists join forces to fight ''RPG World'''s BigBad Galgarion.
7th Oct '17 6:27:45 PM LinTaylor
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* ''WebComic/RPGWorld'', one of the more popular webcomics of the early 2000s, ended abruptly in 2007 thanks to a combination of creator Ian Jones-Quarterly being busy studying animation and losing interest in the series (not helped by the fact that the fanbase was being overwhelmed by a number of unpleaseable readers who complained about basically everything he did). Thirteen years later, Ian revisited the comic in an episode of his Creator/CartoonNetwork series ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'', having the two stories' protagonists join forces to fight ''RPG World'''s BigBad Galgarion.
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