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1st Feb '16 2:24:56 AM GrammarNavi
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* In Fiona Patton's {{Branion}} fantasy series, the royal family has very literal [[GodInHumanForm divine right]], in the form of a pact with a fire god. The members have [[FireballEyeballs flaming eyes]], and this gives their children an eerily adult expression. In one book, an assassin assigned to murder a newborn prince has a religious epiphany when she looks into the child's eyes. In another, a five-year-old inherits the throne and the power, and muses aloud about being able to blow things up with her mind, alarming the adults around her.
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* In Fiona Patton's {{Branion}} ''Literature/TalesOfTheBranionRealm'' fantasy series, the royal family has very literal [[GodInHumanForm divine right]], in the form of a pact with a fire god. The members have [[FireballEyeballs flaming eyes]], and this gives their children an eerily adult expression. In one book, an assassin assigned to murder a newborn prince has a religious epiphany when she looks into the child's eyes. In another, a five-year-old inherits the throne and the power, and muses aloud about being able to blow things up with her mind, alarming the adults around her.
24th Jan '16 5:15:39 PM gophergiggles
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* Parodied on an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' where the Planet Express Crew and the stars of ''LiveActionTelevision/StarTrek'' end up on a planet controlled by the seemingly omnipotent energy being Melllvar. Towards the end his mother shows up and tells him he'll be late for dinner, making Fry remark that all that time Melllvar was simply a child. The mother's response? --> '''Melllvar's Mother:''' He's no child! ''He's 34!''
31st Dec '15 12:39:41 AM Anddrix
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* In the [=WildStorm=] universe (home of ComicBook/TheAuthority, ComicBook/{{Planetary}}, and more), several superpowered "century babies" were born in the year 1900. Jenny Sparks, seemingly the most powerful of these, was actually the embodiment of the 20th century, and died shortly after it ended. Thus far, only a single century baby is known to have been born in the year 2000: Jenny Quantum, Sparks' godlike spiritual successor and quite possibly the most powerful being in the [=WildStorm=] universe. She's even singlehandedly, effortlessly defeated {{Lobo}}.
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* In the [=WildStorm=] universe (home of ComicBook/TheAuthority, ComicBook/{{Planetary}}, and more), several superpowered "century babies" were born in the year 1900. Jenny Sparks, seemingly the most powerful of these, was actually the embodiment of the 20th century, and died shortly after it ended. Thus far, only a single century baby is known to have been born in the year 2000: Jenny Quantum, Sparks' godlike spiritual successor and quite possibly the most powerful being in the [=WildStorm=] universe. She's even singlehandedly, effortlessly defeated {{Lobo}}.Lobo.
25th Dec '15 5:40:00 PM nombretomado
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** Ariella Kent, the daughter of an AlternateUniverse Superman and {{Supergirl}} (they're [[NotBloodSiblings not cousins]] in that world) has greater-than-SilverAge Kryptonian powers, plus an array of PsychicPowers and TimeTravel. She causes massive collateral damage every time she... well, does anything.
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** Ariella Kent, the daughter of an AlternateUniverse Superman and {{Supergirl}} ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} (they're [[NotBloodSiblings not cousins]] in that world) has greater-than-SilverAge greater-than-[[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] Kryptonian powers, plus an array of PsychicPowers and TimeTravel. She causes massive collateral damage every time she... well, does anything.
17th Dec '15 11:33:44 AM FF32
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* [[SCPFoundation SCP]]-[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-239 239]]
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* [[SCPFoundation [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP]]-[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-239 239]]
13th Dec '15 5:48:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{X-Men}}'': ** Nathan Christopher Summers of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} is an amusing twist: he generally appears as the time-travelling adult Cable, in which persona he is among the mightiest mutants in the world... but the present-time infant version has shown bursts of even greater power, thanks to Apocalypse being pissy and giving Nathan a techno-organic virus. However Nathan ''Grey'' of ''ComicBook/{{Age of Apocalypse}}'' was never infected and was shown to be much stronger than his [[PhlebotinumRebel biologically identical]] [[AlternateUniverse counterpart from]] [[EvilTwin another mother]]. The Summers' TangledFamilyTree is so much fun.
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* ''Franchise/{{X-Men}}'': ''Franchise/XMen'': ** Nathan Christopher Summers of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen is an amusing twist: he generally appears as the time-travelling adult Cable, in which persona he is among the mightiest mutants in the world... but the present-time infant version has shown bursts of even greater power, thanks to Apocalypse being pissy and giving Nathan a techno-organic virus. However Nathan ''Grey'' of ''ComicBook/{{Age of Apocalypse}}'' was never infected and was shown to be much stronger than his [[PhlebotinumRebel biologically identical]] [[AlternateUniverse counterpart from]] [[EvilTwin another mother]]. The Summers' TangledFamilyTree is so much fun.

* Sometimes this applies to even Normals. ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' has the powerless Dr. Moira [=MacTaggart=], whose status as Professor Xavier's ''ex-girlfriend'' was enough to knock her son, Kevin aka Proteus, into GreenLanternRing power levels.
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* Sometimes this applies to even Normals. ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' has the powerless Dr. Moira [=MacTaggart=], whose status as Professor Xavier's ''ex-girlfriend'' was enough to knock her son, Kevin aka Proteus, into GreenLanternRing power levels.
25th Nov '15 11:01:52 AM FF32
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* ''Film/TheLegoMovie'' has the premise, plot, and characters as [[spoiler: the imaginative playtime of a [[HumansAreCthulhu boy named Finn]].]]
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* ''Film/TheLegoMovie'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'' has the premise, plot, and characters as [[spoiler: the imaginative playtime of a [[HumansAreCthulhu boy named Finn]].]]
16th Oct '15 4:58:15 PM nombretomado
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* In the [=WildStorm=] universe (home of ComicBook/TheAuthority, {{Planetary}}, and more), several superpowered "century babies" were born in the year 1900. Jenny Sparks, seemingly the most powerful of these, was actually the embodiment of the 20th century, and died shortly after it ended. Thus far, only a single century baby is known to have been born in the year 2000: Jenny Quantum, Sparks' godlike spiritual successor and quite possibly the most powerful being in the [=WildStorm=] universe. She's even singlehandedly, effortlessly defeated {{Lobo}}.
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* In the [=WildStorm=] universe (home of ComicBook/TheAuthority, {{Planetary}}, ComicBook/{{Planetary}}, and more), several superpowered "century babies" were born in the year 1900. Jenny Sparks, seemingly the most powerful of these, was actually the embodiment of the 20th century, and died shortly after it ended. Thus far, only a single century baby is known to have been born in the year 2000: Jenny Quantum, Sparks' godlike spiritual successor and quite possibly the most powerful being in the [=WildStorm=] universe. She's even singlehandedly, effortlessly defeated {{Lobo}}.
16th Oct '15 3:57:48 PM nombretomado
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* One ''{{Pinky and the Brain}}'' episode had the duo discover the baby [[{{Superman}} Kal-El]] before the Kents. Although Brain initially wants to turn the kid into a TykeBomb after seeing his amazing powers, he eventually realizes he's not cut out to raise a kid, let alone one with superpowers. Pinky and the Brain return Kal-El to his ship, right before the Kents arrive.
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* One ''{{Pinky ''WesternAnimation/{{Pinky and the Brain}}'' episode had the duo discover the baby [[{{Superman}} Kal-El]] before the Kents. Although Brain initially wants to turn the kid into a TykeBomb after seeing his amazing powers, he eventually realizes he's not cut out to raise a kid, let alone one with superpowers. Pinky and the Brain return Kal-El to his ship, right before the Kents arrive.
15th Sep '15 9:06:49 PM nombretomado
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* Alexander Luthor Jr. made his debut as the ultimate {{MacGuffin}} in ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. And from there, he eventually went on to become the DimensionLord BigBad of ''InfiniteCrisis''.
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* Alexander Luthor Jr. made his debut as the ultimate {{MacGuffin}} in ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. And from there, he eventually went on to become the DimensionLord BigBad of ''InfiniteCrisis''.''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis''.
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