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24th Jan '16 10:45:30 AM nombretomado
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** Likewise, the 80's ''Comicbook/HeroesForHire'' series ended on a {{Cliffhanger}} that was resolved in a ''{{Namor}}'' storyline years later.
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** Likewise, the 80's ''Comicbook/HeroesForHire'' series ended on a {{Cliffhanger}} that was resolved in a ''{{Namor}}'' ''[[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor]]'' storyline years later.
23rd Jan '16 5:26:40 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA New Zealand Heavyweight Title originally did not have NWA in it's name, as it was in use before the Alliance came to be in 1948 and is one of the oldest title belts in the world, being first established in 1919.
16th Jan '16 9:56:32 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* {{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. Shuri 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 wanted to hop on a plane with the title belt before it happened. Shuri Syuri vowed to defeat her to ensure the belt went down with the rest of the promotion.[[/folder]]
16th Jan '16 12:40:54 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* {{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 wanted to hop on a plane with the title belt before it happened. Syuri Shuri vowed to defeat her to ensure the belt went down with the rest of the promotion.[[/folder]]
2nd Jan '16 4:38:57 PM ZeroWizard
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* ''Series/ThatsSoRaven'' has one combined with {{Crossover}} in''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' episode "That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana", which takes place sometime after the ''Raven'' episode "Checkin' Out", the canon last episode of the former's show [[note]]Due to DisneyChannel airing the episodes OutOfOrder, "Checkin' Out" was aired in the middle of the last season.[[/note]], in which Raven plays a large part. She has a vision of Cody getting into trouble at Carey's party, which is the driving force behind the main plot, and is pivotal to the subplot, where, with Maddie's help, she ends up selling her dresses to London Tipton and Hannah Montana.
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* ''Series/ThatsSoRaven'' has one combined with a {{Crossover}} in''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' in ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' episode "That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana", which takes place sometime after the ''Raven'' episode "Checkin' Out", the canon last episode of the former's show [[note]]Due show[[note]]Due to DisneyChannel airing the episodes OutOfOrder, "Checkin' Out" was aired in the middle of the last season.[[/note]], in which Raven plays a large part. She has a vision of Cody getting into trouble at Carey's party, which is the driving force behind the main plot, and is pivotal to the subplot, where, with Maddie's help, she ends up selling her dresses to London Tipton and Hannah Montana.
23rd Dec '15 2:49:53 AM LondonKdS
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* In one of the most surprising examples of this, the final arc of ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'' ended on a Cliffhanger with the main character getting kidnapped. Three years later, this was finally resolved in a crossover arc on ''ComicStrip/DickTracy''
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* In one of the most surprising examples of this, the final arc of ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'' ended on somewhere between a Cliffhanger BolivianArmyEnding and AndTheAdventureContinues with the main character getting kidnapped.kidnapped (as happened very often). Three years later, this was finally resolved in a crossover arc on ''ComicStrip/DickTracy''
23rd Dec '15 2:45:04 AM LondonKdS
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* ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'' ends with the main character getting kidnapped. Three years later, the storyline will be finally resolved in ''ComicStrip/DickTracy''
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* In one of the most surprising examples of this, the final arc of ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'' ends ended on a Cliffhanger with the main character getting kidnapped. Three years later, the storyline will be this was finally resolved in a crossover arc on ''ComicStrip/DickTracy''
6th Dec '15 1:47:14 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Japan has been the final resting place of a few classic Wrestling/{{A|mericanWrestlingAssociation}}WA title belts, especially in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1 and its offshoots. Zero 1 ended up Women's belt following Wrestling/SherriMartel's passing. It was last used in Honolulu when Hikaru took it, [[HumiliatingWager along with]] Saki Maemura's [[BaldWoman hair]] and replaced it with the Hawai'i Championship Wrestling Women's title.
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* Japan has been the final resting place of a few classic Wrestling/{{A|mericanWrestlingAssociation}}WA title belts, especially in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1 and its offshoots. Zero 1 ended up retiring the Women's belt following Wrestling/SherriMartel's passing. It was last used in Honolulu when Hikaru took it, [[HumiliatingWager along with]] Saki Maemura's [[BaldWoman hair]] and replaced it with the Hawai'i Championship Wrestling Women's title.
30th Nov '15 9:22:35 AM StFan
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When a show ends without a GrandFinale—likely if it was cancelled without enough warning to the producers to film a proper ending—the producers may instead [[WrapItUp wrap up any loose ends]] in an episode of another show set in the same [[TheVerse Verse]].
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When a show ends without a GrandFinale—likely GrandFinale -- likely if it was cancelled without enough warning to the producers to film a proper ending—the ending -- the producers may instead [[WrapItUp wrap up any loose ends]] in an episode of another show set in the same [[TheVerse Verse]].

* {{Downplayed|Trope}} in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' with the Mirage Kingdom two-parter. It [[TheBusCameBack brought Misty back to the main series for a few episodes]] where she got over [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes her fear of bugs]] and had to let [[ChildrenRaiseYou her Togepi]] (who evolved into Togetic) go. While she did appear in one more ''Chronicle'', two main series episodes, and an OVA afterwards, this two parter was the end of her Character Arc. From the perspective of ''Advanced Generation'' taken on its own, however, it was effectively {{Filler}}.
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* {{Downplayed|Trope}} in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' with the Mirage Kingdom two-parter. It [[TheBusCameBack brought brings Misty back to the main series for a few episodes]] where she got gets over [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes her fear of bugs]] and had has to let [[ChildrenRaiseYou her Togepi]] (who evolved into Togetic) go. While she did appear in one more ''Chronicle'', two main series episodes, and an OVA afterwards, this two parter two-parter was the end of her Character Arc. From the perspective of ''Advanced Generation'' taken on its own, however, it was effectively {{Filler}}.

[[folder:Comic Strips]] * {{Downplayed|Trope}} in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'' ends with the Mirage Kingdom two-parter. It [[TheBusCameBack brought Misty back to the main series for character getting kidnapped. Three years later, the storyline will be finally resolved in ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' * ''John Darling'' ended very suddenly in 1991 with the title character's murder on panel, as sort of a few episodes]] where she got Take That to his syndicate during a heated battle over [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes her fear of bugs]] the strip. The murder was never solved in that strip and in fact, at the time, creator Tom Batiuk had not intended to ever solve it and had not originally planned who the killer was. In 1997, Batiuk returned to let [[ChildrenRaiseYou her Togepi]] (who evolved into Togetic) go. While she did appear the storyline in one more ''Chronicle'', two main series episodes, ''ComicStrip/FunkyWinkerbean'' when Les wrote a book about the murder and an OVA afterwards, this two parter was through the end of her Character Arc. From writing process solved the perspective of ''Advanced Generation'' taken on its own, however, it was effectively {{Filler}}.mystery. [[/folder]]

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] * ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'' ended with the main character getting kidnapped. Three years later, the storyline will be finally resolved in ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' * ''John Darling'' ended very suddenly in 1991 with the title character's murder on panel, as sort of a Take That to his syndicate during a heated battle over the strip. The murder was never solved in that strip and in fact, at the time, creator Tom Batiuk had not intended to ever solve it and had not originally planned who the killer was. In 1997, Batiuk returned to the storyline in ''FunkyWinkerbean'' when Les wrote a book about the murder and through the writing process solved the mystery. [[/folder]] [[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] * ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'' ended with the main character getting kidnapped. Three years later, the storyline will be finally resolved in ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' * ''John Darling'' ended very suddenly in 1991 with the title character's murder on panel, as sort of a Take That to his syndicate during a heated battle over the strip. The murder was never solved in that strip and in fact, at the time, creator Tom Batiuk had not intended to ever solve it and had not originally planned who the killer was. In 1997, Batiuk returned to the storyline in ''FunkyWinkerbean'' when Les wrote a book about the murder and through the writing process solved the mystery. [[/folder]] [[folder:Professional [[folder:Pro Wrestling]]

28th Nov '15 1:17:58 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Japan has been the final resting place of a few classic Wrestling/{{A|mericanWrestlingAssociation}}WA title belts, especially in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1 and its offshoots. Zero 1 ended up Women's belt following Wrestling/SherriMartel's passing. It was last used in Honolulu when Hikaru took it, [[HumiliatingWager along with]] Saki Maemura's [[BaldWoman hair]] and replaced with the Hawai'i Championship Wrestling Women's title.
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* Japan has been the final resting place of a few classic Wrestling/{{A|mericanWrestlingAssociation}}WA title belts, especially in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1 and its offshoots. Zero 1 ended up Women's belt following Wrestling/SherriMartel's passing. It was last used in Honolulu when Hikaru took it, [[HumiliatingWager along with]] Saki Maemura's [[BaldWoman hair]] and replaced it with the Hawai'i Championship Wrestling Women's title.

* The International Wrestling Council World Heavyweight Title, the Grand Prix Championship Wrestling SUPER-X Monster Title, the Mexican National Heavyweight Title, and the Universal Wrestling Association World Light Heavyweight Title were unified by El Mesías to create the AAA Mega Championship belt.[[/folder]]
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* The International Wrestling Council World Heavyweight Title, the Grand Prix Championship Wrestling SUPER-X Monster Title, the Mexican National Heavyweight Title, and the Universal Wrestling Association World Light Heavyweight Title were unified by El Mesías to create the AAA Mega Championship belt.belt. * {{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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