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2nd Sep '17 8:15:45 AM comicwriter
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* A large number of fans called the [[spoiler: "My friends call me MJ"]] twist regarding Creator/ZendayaColeman's character in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' fairly early on. In fact, there were many people who were surprised the movie even bothered to treat it as a WhamLine.

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* A large number of fans called the [[spoiler: "My "[[Comicbook/MaryJaneWatson My friends call me MJ"]] MJ]]"]] twist regarding Creator/ZendayaColeman's character in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' fairly early on. In fact, there were many people who were surprised the movie even bothered to treat it as a WhamLine.
2nd Sep '17 8:15:18 AM comicwriter
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* A large number of fans called the [[spoiler: "My friends call me MJ"]] twist regarding Creator/{{Zendaya}}'s character in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' fairly early on. In fact, there were many people who were surprised the movie even bothered to treat it as a WhamLine.

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* A large number of fans called the [[spoiler: "My friends call me MJ"]] twist regarding Creator/{{Zendaya}}'s Creator/ZendayaColeman's character in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' fairly early on. In fact, there were many people who were surprised the movie even bothered to treat it as a WhamLine.
2nd Sep '17 8:14:58 AM comicwriter
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* A large number of fans called the [[spoiler: "My friends call me MJ"]] twist regarding Creator/{{Zendaya}}'s character in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' fairly early on. In fact, there were many people who were surprised the movie even bothered to treat it as a WhamLine.
1st Sep '17 10:09:07 PM Savini24
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** One {{Fan art}}ist was actually awesome enough to guess what [[TheFaceless Ozai's]] face looked like months before season 3 started. [[http://www.deviantart.com/download/47613296/What_I_Think_Ozai_Looks_Like_by_Booter_Freak.png No]] [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_4QDNtcTXF8w/RvTFxO1GxbI/AAAAAAAAAsg/SSoAQRVoOh0/s320/Ozai.bmp Seriously]]

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** One {{Fan art}}ist was actually awesome enough to guess what [[TheFaceless Ozai's]] face looked like months before season 3 started. [[http://www.[[https://orig14.deviantart.com/download/47613296/What_I_Think_Ozai_Looks_Like_by_Booter_Freak.net/0479/f/2007/028/7/d/what_i_think_ozai_looks_like_by_booter_freak.png No]] [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_4QDNtcTXF8w/RvTFxO1GxbI/AAAAAAAAAsg/SSoAQRVoOh0/s320/Ozai.bmp Seriously]]
29th Aug '17 4:35:22 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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** The Season 6 finale gives us a ''big'' one: Jon Snow is not [[spoiler: Ned Starkís son]], he is [[spoiler: his ''nephew'']]. Lyanna Stark, Ned Stark's sister, [[spoiler: is Jon's mother]] and the promise Ned made to Lyanna was [[spoiler: to keep Jonís identity secret]]. [[spoiler:[[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold Ned spends the rest of his life protecting Jon and raising him as his own son, dying with this secret to protect Jon]] from the wrath of Robert Baratheon.]] The other half of the theory, that [[spoiler: Rhaegar Targaryen is Jonís biological father]], was subsequently [[https://web.archive.org/web/20160629193851/http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/got-connections-ned-promise-tower-of-joy-infographic confirmed]] by [[AllThereInTheManual official supplemental material]].]] This had been the subject of fan speculation literally since ''Literature/AGameOfThrones'' came out. [[note]] [[spoiler:And in fact, knowing the identity of Jonís true mother was the piece of information that convinced the series' author, George R.R. Martin, to give series showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss the job of adapting his books into a television series. Itís a MomentOfAwesome for them that they managed to keep this a secret for as long as they did, burning on the inside as they must have been to reveal it. Note that Jon not being Nedís biological son had already been all but confirmed years earlier by WordOfSaintPaul, as Creator/SeanBean had let it slip in an interview, while Creator/AlfieAllen teased that Jon's parentage involved a Luke Skywalker-like plot. Luke was raised by his uncle, unaware of his origins.]][[/note]]

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** The Season 6 finale gives us a ''big'' one: Jon Snow is not [[spoiler: Ned Starkís son]], he is [[spoiler: his ''nephew'']]. Lyanna Stark, Ned Stark's sister, [[spoiler: is Jon's mother]] and the promise Ned made to Lyanna was [[spoiler: to keep Jonís identity secret]]. [[spoiler:[[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold Ned spends the rest of his life protecting Jon and raising him as his own son, dying with this secret to protect Jon]] from the wrath of Robert Baratheon.]] The other half of the theory, that [[spoiler: Rhaegar Targaryen is Jonís biological father]], was subsequently [[https://web.archive.org/web/20160629193851/http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/got-connections-ned-promise-tower-of-joy-infographic confirmed]] by [[AllThereInTheManual official supplemental material]].]] This had been the subject of fan speculation literally since ''Literature/AGameOfThrones'' came out. [[note]] [[spoiler:And in fact, knowing the identity of Jonís true mother was the piece of information that convinced the series' author, George R.R. Martin, to give series showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss the job of adapting his books into a television series. Itís a MomentOfAwesome for them that they managed to keep this a secret for as long as they did, burning on the inside as they must have been to reveal it. Note that Jon not being Nedís biological son had already been all but confirmed years earlier by WordOfSaintPaul, as Creator/SeanBean had let it slip in an interview, while Creator/AlfieAllen teased that Jon's parentage involved a Luke Skywalker-like plot. Luke was raised by his uncle, unaware of his origins.]][[/note]]
29th Aug '17 4:34:00 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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** The Season 6 finale gives us a ''big'' one: [[spoiler:Jon Snow is not Ned Starkís son, he is Ned Stark's ''nephew''. Lyanna Stark, Ned Stark's sister, is Jon's mother and the promise Ned made to Lyanna was to keep Jonís identity secret. [[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold Ned spends the rest of his life protecting Jon and raising him as his own son, dying with this secret to protect Jon]] from the wrath of Robert Baratheon. The other half of this theory is that Rhaegar Targaryen is Jonís biological father and this was subsequently [[https://web.archive.org/web/20160629193851/http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/got-connections-ned-promise-tower-of-joy-infographic confirmed]] by [[AllThereInTheManual official supplemental material]].]] This had been the subject of fan speculation literally since ''Literature/AGameOfThrones'' came out. [[spoiler:And in fact, knowing the identity of Jonís true mother was the piece of information that convinced the series' author, George R.R. Martin, to give series showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss the job of adapting his books into a television series. Itís a MomentOfAwesome for them that they managed to keep this a secret for as long as they did, burning on the inside as they must have been to reveal it. Note that Jon not being Nedís biological son had already been all but confirmed years earlier by WordOfSaintPaul, as Creator/SeanBean had let it slip in an interview, while Creator/AlfieAllen teased that Jon's parentage involved a Luke Skywalker-like plot. Luke was raised by his uncle, unaware of his origins.]]
** Several fans guessed many years in advance that the series would eventually introduce at least one [[spoiler: ice dragon]] to contrast the more traditional [[spoiler: fire-breathing dragons]]--partly based on the fact that Creator/GeorgeRRMartin previously wrote [[spoiler: a children's fantasy novel called ''The Ice Dragon'']], and partly on the fact that there was [[spoiler: a constellation called "The Ice Dragon"]] in the books. This is confirmed in the final scene of "Beyond the Wall", where [[spoiler: Viserion]] is slain by the Night King and subsequently [[spoiler: resurrected as a White Walker]].

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** The Season 6 finale gives us a ''big'' one: [[spoiler:Jon Jon Snow is not [[spoiler: Ned Starkís son, son]], he is Ned Stark's ''nephew''. [[spoiler: his ''nephew'']]. Lyanna Stark, Ned Stark's sister, [[spoiler: is Jon's mother mother]] and the promise Ned made to Lyanna was [[spoiler: to keep Jonís identity secret. [[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold secret]]. [[spoiler:[[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold Ned spends the rest of his life protecting Jon and raising him as his own son, dying with this secret to protect Jon]] from the wrath of Robert Baratheon. Baratheon.]] The other half of this theory is the theory, that [[spoiler: Rhaegar Targaryen is Jonís biological father and this father]], was subsequently [[https://web.archive.org/web/20160629193851/http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/got-connections-ned-promise-tower-of-joy-infographic confirmed]] by [[AllThereInTheManual official supplemental material]].]] This had been the subject of fan speculation literally since ''Literature/AGameOfThrones'' came out. [[note]] [[spoiler:And in fact, knowing the identity of Jonís true mother was the piece of information that convinced the series' author, George R.R. Martin, to give series showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss the job of adapting his books into a television series. Itís a MomentOfAwesome for them that they managed to keep this a secret for as long as they did, burning on the inside as they must have been to reveal it. Note that Jon not being Nedís biological son had already been all but confirmed years earlier by WordOfSaintPaul, as Creator/SeanBean had let it slip in an interview, while Creator/AlfieAllen teased that Jon's parentage involved a Luke Skywalker-like plot. Luke was raised by his uncle, unaware of his origins.]]
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** Several fans guessed many years in advance that the series would eventually introduce at least one [[spoiler: ice dragon]] to contrast the more traditional [[spoiler: fire-breathing dragons]]--partly based on the fact that Creator/GeorgeRRMartin previously wrote [[spoiler: a children's fantasy novel called ''The Ice Dragon'']], and partly on the fact that there was [[spoiler: a constellation called "The Ice Dragon"]] in the books. This is confirmed in the final scene of "Beyond the Wall", where [[spoiler: Viserion]] is slain by the Night King and subsequently [[spoiler: resurrected as a White Walker]]. Walker]].
** Season 7 confirms the widespread theory that the mysterious figure "[[ChosenOne The Prince That Was Promised]]" [[SamusIsAGirl isn't necessarily guaranteed to be male]]. Many fans had suspected this for a while, partly because the phrase was translated from High Valyrian (meaning that "Prince" easily could have been translated from a more vague term like "Ruler" or "Monarch"), and partly because so many fans believed that Daenerys was the Prince. [[CunningLinguist Missandei]] confirms their suspicions in "Stormborn": [[TranslationConvention the High Valyrian equivalent of "Prince" is gender-neutral]], meaning that a more accurate translation would be "The Prince or Princess That Was Promised".
23rd Aug '17 9:31:30 PM JJHIL325
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** It's been speculated that Steven is a HeroicBastard because the Crystal Gems don't have UndeadTaxExemption. "Gem Harvest" confirmed in a throwaway line that [[InterspeciesRomance Greg and Rose]] never legally married each other.

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** It's been speculated that Steven is a HeroicBastard because the Crystal Gems don't have UndeadTaxExemption. UndeadTaxExemption and they don't really understand human traditions. "Gem Harvest" confirmed in a throwaway line that his parents [[InterspeciesRomance Greg and Rose]] never weren't legally married to each other.
22nd Aug '17 7:56:33 AM TheMightyHeptagon
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* Even before ''Series/GameOfThrones'' made it to television, several of the kookier fan theories for ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' proposed that {{time travel}} would eventually play some sort of role in the plot. In particular, many fans explored the idea that Bran Stark's newfound psychic powers could give him the power to [[MentalTimeTravel glimpse into the past]] and possibly even influence the past by [[BodySurf warging into people]]. This was eventually confirmed in Season 6, where Bran finally ''does'' use his astral projection abilities to [[spoiler: get a look at some key events in his father's youth]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: Hodor's mental deficiencies are the result of Bran possessing him while looking into the past, causing him to suffer a massive seizure and prompting a MyGodWhatHaveIDone reaction from a stunned Bran]].

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Even before ''Series/GameOfThrones'' the show made it to television, several of the kookier fan theories for ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' proposed that {{time travel}} would eventually play some sort of role in the plot. In particular, many fans explored the idea that Bran Stark's newfound psychic powers could give him the power to [[MentalTimeTravel glimpse into the past]] and possibly even influence the past by [[BodySurf warging into people]]. This was eventually confirmed in Season 6, where Bran finally ''does'' use his astral projection abilities to [[spoiler: get a look at some key events in his father's youth]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: Hodor's mental deficiencies are the result of Bran possessing him while looking into the past, causing him to suffer a massive seizure and prompting a MyGodWhatHaveIDone reaction from a stunned Bran]].


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** Several fans guessed many years in advance that the series would eventually introduce at least one [[spoiler: ice dragon]] to contrast the more traditional [[spoiler: fire-breathing dragons]]--partly based on the fact that Creator/GeorgeRRMartin previously wrote [[spoiler: a children's fantasy novel called ''The Ice Dragon'']], and partly on the fact that there was [[spoiler: a constellation called "The Ice Dragon"]] in the books. This is confirmed in the final scene of "Beyond the Wall", where [[spoiler: Viserion]] is slain by the Night King and subsequently [[spoiler: resurrected as a White Walker]].
18th Aug '17 12:46:00 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/RaidenV'' was originally released as an UsefulNotes/XboxOne exclusive, much to the ire of many players who were not willing to buy one console just for one game, especially in Japan where the Xbox One has comically low sales numbers. Many fans assumed that it would eventually go the way of ''VideoGame/{{Raiden}} IV'' and gets ports to other platforms, particularly PC and a Sony console. Sure enough, there's a 2017 UpdatedRerelease coming to UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and Windows (via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}).
12th Aug '17 1:36:28 PM nombretomado
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* On [[http://sonicstadium.org/board the Sonic Stadium Message Board]] (due to external circumstances, it has received a total wipe), a few members had the assumption that, in SonicUnleashed, newcomer Chip was really [[spoiler:Light Gaia]]. (Of course, they had the aid of a translation of his Japanese bio...)

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* On [[http://sonicstadium.org/board the Sonic Stadium Message Board]] (due to external circumstances, it has received a total wipe), a few members had the assumption that, in SonicUnleashed, ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed'', newcomer Chip was really [[spoiler:Light Gaia]]. (Of course, they had the aid of a translation of his Japanese bio...)
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