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23rd Dec '17 4:32:49 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Rick Michaels, the final NWA Georgia Heavyweight Champion, reused the belt to represent the NWA Wildside Heavyweight Champion, the promotion itself being a merger of National Championship Wrestling and NWA Georgia. Also, Wildside had served as one of WCW's functional farm leagues and thus helped a few wrestlers working their continue to get some exposure after WCW's shutdown, most notably Wrestling/AJStyles.
22nd Nov '17 4:19:00 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** The story [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E3SchoolReunion "School Reunion"]] picked up on the partnership between Sarah Jane and K-9 first introduced in the failed {{Pilot}} ''K-9 & Company''. Quite simply, K-9 eventually broke down. (But the Doctor fixed him.)

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** The story [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E3SchoolReunion "School Reunion"]] picked up on the partnership between Sarah Jane and K-9 first introduced in the failed {{Pilot}} ''K-9 & and Company''. Quite simply, K-9 eventually broke down. (But the Doctor fixed him.)
16th Nov '17 8:48:12 PM DesertDragon
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* ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' unintentionally became this for ''Series/AgentCarter'', a spin-off from the first Captain America movie about his 40's love interest Peggy Carter, who went on to found SHIELD with Iron Man's father Howard Stark. In ''Civil War'', it's revealed that Howard was assassinated in 1991, while Peggy dies of old age in the present day. A week after the movie's release, it was revealed that ''Agent Carter'' would not be renewed for a third season.

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* ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' unintentionally became this for ''Series/AgentCarter'', a spin-off from the first Captain America movie about his 40's love interest Peggy Carter, who went on to found SHIELD with Iron Man's Film/IronMan's father Howard Stark. In ''Civil War'', it's revealed that Howard was assassinated in 1991, while Peggy dies of old age in the present day. A week after the movie's release, it was revealed that ''Agent Carter'' would not be renewed for a third season. Given the lengthy and poignant funeral scene, one can't help but wonder if this was pre-planned.
29th Oct '17 7:54:26 PM Gideoncrawle
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* The ''WesternAnimation/MightyMouseTheNewAdventures'' episode, "Heroes and Zeroes" is a "guest star" story revealing that the WesternAnimation/TheMightyHeroes[[labelnote:consisting of]]Strong Man, Rope Man, Tornado Man, Cuckoo Man, and Diaper Man[[/labelnote]] had retired from super-heroics many years before[[labelnote:how long?]]Diaper Man, a baby in their series, is now an adult[[/labelnote]] because they "got tired of life in the fast lane" and started the chartered accounting firm of Man, Man, Man, Man and Man. Mighty Mouse convinces them to come out of retirement and stop one last villain.
26th Oct '17 2:38:39 PM CaptainTedium
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* A few years after its cancellation, ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'' got a finale on its sister show, ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.

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* A few years after its cancellation, ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'' got a finale on its sister show, ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', in the episode "Company Halt".
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.
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