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12th Apr '17 6:44:24 AM RustyBill
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* In RobertAHeinlein's ''SpaceCadet'', Matt Dodson is part of a group of freshman cadets reporting aboard the Patrol school ship ''PRS Randolph'', where they are met and escorted by a senior cadet. Later in the book, the scene is repeated - including much of the dialog - with Matt as the senior.
12th Apr '17 6:33:05 AM Killerikala
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* The first Live-action ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' film had a scene where Jazz speeds towards Brawl, times his transformation so he lands on Brawl, and starts bending Brawl's tankmode's cannon so he cannot shoot. It's almost a shot-to-shot replica of Kup doing the same to Blitzwing in ''Film/TheTransformersTheMovie''.
10th Apr '17 11:35:31 PM LinTaylor
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** For a specific example, in ''Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'', the debut of the Ryu Voyager heavily resembles the StockFootage for ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'''s Ryuseioh; both are [[DragonsUpTheYinYang Chinese dragon]]-themed HumongousMecha.
17th Mar '17 6:27:00 PM TSBasilisk
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* The first season finale of ''Series/LethalWeapon2016'' has a scene where Murtaugh is tortured with a defibrillator in a utility tunnel, an updated version of Endo torturing Riggs in the original film.
5th Mar '17 5:05:05 PM WarriorsGate
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* ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'' #264, "Baby Boom". In the middle of a gritty, emotional story arc about the fall of Daredevil, corruption on the streets, and all hell breaking loose (literally, as it was an Inferno tie-in), the book's regular artist took time off to get married. Marvel got the legendary Creator/SteveDitko to fill in, and for one issue the book became a goofy throwback to the Silver Age, with artwork and coloring that could've been unearthed from the '60s, a light, frothy plot about a missing baby being hunted by bee-bopping baby boomers who speak hippie slang, and a remarkably cheerful Matt Murdock temporarily ditching the angst and gloom that had hung over him like a stormcloud. Then, the next week, it was right back to a crumbling society and Black Widow fighting demons.
27th Feb '17 12:50:12 AM RacattackForce
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* ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', being another MilestoneCelebration, also features a healthy amount of these, though not the fact that the entire game is levels from previous games (the plot explicitly states this as time travel and is technically not an example). Instead, the levels get several redesigns, causing them to homage levels and songs from other games either by visual appearance or by recreating actual segments of gameplay and level design.
* Frequently seen in some ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' games.
* The entire point of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' Several Nintendo franchises are represented through playable characters, stages, trophies, and other features.

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* ** ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', being another MilestoneCelebration, also features a healthy amount of these, though not the fact that the entire game is levels from previous games (the plot explicitly states this as time travel and is technically not an example). Instead, the levels get several redesigns, causing them to homage levels and songs from other games either by visual appearance or by recreating actual segments of gameplay and level design.
* Frequently seen in some ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' games.
* The entire point
games, with special mention going to the final world of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' Several Nintendo franchises are represented through playable characters, stages, trophies, and other features.''SuperMarioGalaxy2'', which is mostly recreations of levels from [[VideoGame/SuperMario64 the]] [[VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine previous]] [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy 3D]] games.
17th Feb '17 1:16:39 PM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' has several homages to the first movie, including a recreation of the shot of Woody discovering Buzz Lightyear, but with Buzz and the newest version of himself.

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''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' has several homages to the first movie, including a recreation of the shot of Woody discovering Buzz Lightyear, but with Buzz and the newest version of himself.






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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}: Literature/GauntsGhosts'', in the book ''The Guns of Tanith'', had Gol Kolea rescuing Tona Criid [[spoiler:and getting shot in the back of the head afterward, losing his memory and personality]]. In ''Sabbat Martyr'', the same thing happens. One of the Ghosts who had been present the earlier time recognises this happening [[spoiler:and pulls Kolea to safety before history fully repeats.]]

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}: ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000: Literature/GauntsGhosts'', in the book ''The Guns of Tanith'', had Gol Kolea rescuing Tona Criid [[spoiler:and getting shot in the back of the head afterward, losing his memory and personality]]. In ''Sabbat Martyr'', the same thing happens. One of the Ghosts who had been present the earlier time recognises this happening [[spoiler:and pulls Kolea to safety before history fully repeats.]]



*** TheMovie took it a step further: not only was there a Cobra Imagin inspired by Kamen Rider Ouja, but they even cast Takashi Hagino (Ouja's original actor) to voice him!
* Any time a SuperSentai team destroys a monster by kicking a sphere at it, it's a sure nod to the [[HimitsuSentaiGoranger Goranger Storm]].

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*** ** TheMovie took it a step further: not only was there a Cobra Imagin inspired by Kamen Rider Ouja, but they even cast Takashi Hagino (Ouja's original actor) to voice him!
* Any time a SuperSentai Franchise/SuperSentai team destroys a monster by kicking a sphere at it, it's a sure nod to the [[HimitsuSentaiGoranger Goranger Storm]].Storm from ''Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger''.



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* Music/TheBeatles recreated the cover of ''Music/PleasePleaseMe'', using both the same location (the EMI headquarters) and photographer, for their "GloryDays revival" ''Get Back'' - that ultimately became the post-breakup album ''Music/LetItBe''. The picture still saw some use: once EMI released two {{Greatest Hits Album}}s, ''1962-1966'' and ''1967-1970'' (aka Red and Blue albums), the former got the ''Please Please Me'' picture and the latter the recreation.

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* Music/TheBeatles recreated the cover of ''Music/PleasePleaseMe'', using both the same location (the EMI headquarters) and photographer, for their "GloryDays revival" ''Get Back'' - -- that ultimately became the post-breakup album ''Music/LetItBe''. The picture still saw some use: once EMI released two {{Greatest Hits Album}}s, ''1962-1966'' and ''1967-1970'' (aka Red and Blue albums), the former got the ''Please Please Me'' picture and the latter the recreation.



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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'''s 10th Anniversary saw the re-creation of the children's book the Flash-animated web series was based on (''The Homestar Runner Enters the Strongest Man in the World Contest'') as an episode of said series.
* The first episode of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' ("Why Are We Here?") featured Grif and Simmons of Red team talking, and Simmons asks "Why are we here?" Grif answers with a monologue about life, God, and the universe, while Simmons ''meant'' "why are we stationed here?" In the last episode ("Why '''Were''' We Here?"), Caboose asks Church the same question in a similar situation, and Church launches into a speech about love, hate, and taking orders, while Caboose simply meant "Why are we here in the sun when we could be over there... in the shade?"
** In the first episode, Simmons and Grif were talking on top of their base while Church and Tucker were spying on them with a sniper rifle. In the final episode, Church and Caboose are talking on top of their base while Simmons and Grif were spying on them with a sniper rifle.
** A bit earlier, in the last episode of the first season there was another homage to the opening of the first episode: Grif and Simmons are talking on the roof of the base. Simmons asks, "You ever wonder why we're here?" and Grif replies, "''No''. I never, ''ever'' wonder why we're here. Semper fi, bitch."
** Another homage to the opening scene comes near the end of ''Revelations'' when Sarge is convincing Grif and Simmons to [[spoiler:help him save Church and Tex.]] He asks them if they've wondered why they're here, with the camera then panning to show the two in the ''exact'' same position. Grif admits it something they've discussed, but Sarge instead stresses that he's asking why they ''choose'' to be here when they could have easily left a long time ago if they wanted.
* ''WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse'' includes the following visual nods to Franchise/{{Barbie}} toys:
** "Ken-Tastic, Hair-Tastic" briefly shows Ken sporting a bowl cut made of molded plastic, similar to the "hair" of Ken dolls from TheEighties.
** Episode "Closet Clothes Out" has Barbie dress in a black and white one-piece bathing suit, the first apparel she ever wore since her debut to the world.
** The dress Midge wears during her first day in Malibu looks not unlike an actual 1960s Barbie/Midge dress.
** "Doctor Barbie" seems to have a diagram of the first Barbie doll hanging in Barbie's doctor office.
** "Dream a Little Dreamhouse" has Barbie, Ken, Skipper, and Stacie try to rebuild the ''original'' Barbie's Dreamhouse,[[note]]essentially a cardboard box that resembles a one-room suburban home[[/note]] for Chelsea to use as a playhouse.
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* [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]'s anniversary episodes always have to do with Franchise/SpiderMan's ComicBook/TheCloneSaga, because that's what his very first video review was about. He also celebrates the anniversaries of the show proper (the anniversary of his text recaps as opposed to video reviews in general) by reviewing an issue of ''ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}'', his first text recap.

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* [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]'s ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'': Linkara's anniversary episodes always have to do with Franchise/SpiderMan's ComicBook/TheCloneSaga, because that's what his very first video review was about. He also celebrates the anniversaries of the show proper (the anniversary of his text recaps as opposed to video reviews in general) by reviewing an issue of ''ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}'', his first text recap.






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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'''s 10th Anniversary saw the re-creation of the children's book the Flash-animated web series was based on (''The Homestar Runner Enters the Strongest Man in the World Contest'') as an episode of said series.
* The first episode of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' ("Why Are We Here?") featured Grif and Simmons of Red team talking, and Simmons asks "Why are we here?" Grif answers with a monologue about life, God, and the universe, while Simmons ''meant'' "why are we stationed here?" In the last episode ("Why '''Were''' We Here?"), Caboose asks Church the same question in a similar situation, and Church launches into a speech about love, hate, and taking orders, while Caboose simply meant "Why are we here in the sun when we could be over there... in the shade?"
** In the first episode, Simmons and Grif were talking on top of their base while Church and Tucker were spying on them with a sniper rifle. In the final episode, Church and Caboose are talking on top of their base while Simmons and Grif were spying on them with a sniper rifle.
** A bit earlier, in the last episode of the first season there was another homage to the opening of the first episode: Grif and Simmons are talking on the roof of the base. Simmons asks, "You ever wonder why we're here?" and Grif replies, "''No''. I never, ''ever'' wonder why we're here. Semper fi, bitch."
** Another homage to the opening scene comes near the end of ''Revelations'' when Sarge is convincing Grif and Simmons to [[spoiler:help him save Church and Tex.]] He asks them if they've wondered why they're here, with the camera then panning to show the two in the ''exact'' same position. Grif admits it something they've discussed, but Sarge instead stresses that he's asking why they ''choose'' to be here when they could have easily left a long time ago if they wanted.
* ''WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse'' includes the following visual nods to Franchise/{{Barbie}} toys:
** "Ken-Tastic, Hair-Tastic" briefly shows Ken sporting a bowl cut made of molded plastic, similar to the "hair" of Ken dolls from TheEighties.
** Episode "Closet Clothes Out" has Barbie dress in a black and white one-piece bathing suit, the first apparel she ever wore since her debut to the world.
** The dress Midge wears during her first day in Malibu looks not unlike an actual 1960s Barbie/Midge dress.
** "Doctor Barbie" seems to have a diagram of the first Barbie doll hanging in Barbie's doctor office.
** "Dream a Little Dreamhouse" has Barbie, Ken, Skipper, and Stacie try to rebuild the ''original'' Barbie's Dreamhouse,[[note]]essentially a cardboard box that resembles a one-room suburban home[[/note]] for Chelsea to use as a playhouse.
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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'''s 10th Anniversary saw the re-creation of the children's book the Flash-animated web series was based on (''The Homestar Runner Enters the Strongest Man in the World Contest'') as an episode of said series.
* The first episode of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' ("Why Are We Here?") featured Grif and Simmons of Red team talking, and Simmons asks "Why are we here?" Grif answers with a monologue about life, God, and the universe, while Simmons ''meant'' "why are we stationed here?" In the last episode ("Why '''Were''' We Here?"), Caboose asks Church the same question in a similar situation, and Church launches into a speech about love, hate, and taking orders, while Caboose simply meant "Why are we here in the sun when we could be over there... in the shade?"
** In the first episode, Simmons and Grif were talking on top of their base while Church and Tucker were spying on them with a sniper rifle. In the final episode, Church and Caboose are talking on top of their base while Simmons and Grif were spying on them with a sniper rifle.
** A bit earlier, in the last episode of the first season there was another homage to the opening of the first episode: Grif and Simmons are talking on the roof of the base. Simmons asks, "You ever wonder why we're here?" and Grif replies, "''No''. I never, ''ever'' wonder why we're here. Semper fi, bitch."
** Another homage to the opening scene comes near the end of ''Revelations'' when Sarge is convincing Grif and Simmons to [[spoiler:help him save Church and Tex.]] He asks them if they've wondered why they're here, with the camera then panning to show the two in the ''exact'' same position. Grif admits it something they've discussed, but Sarge instead stresses that he's asking why they ''choose'' to be here when they could have easily left a long time ago if they wanted.
* ''WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse'' includes the following visual nods to Franchise/{{Barbie}} toys:
** "Ken-Tastic, Hair-Tastic" briefly shows Ken sporting a bowl cut made of molded plastic, similar to the "hair" of Ken dolls from TheEighties.
** Episode "Closet Clothes Out" has Barbie dress in a black and white one-piece bathing suit, the first apparel she ever wore since her debut to the world.
** The dress Midge wears during her first day in Malibu looks not unlike an actual 1960s Barbie/Midge dress.
** "Doctor Barbie" seems to have a diagram of the first Barbie doll hanging in Barbie's doctor office.
** "Dream a Little Dreamhouse" has Barbie, Ken, Skipper, and Stacie try to rebuild the ''original'' Barbie's Dreamhouse,[[note]]essentially a cardboard box that resembles a one-room suburban home[[/note]] for Chelsea to use as a playhouse.
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4th Feb '17 5:24:09 PM LinTaylor
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** The bat/spider monster homage is seen ''many'' times. Now, ''most'' monsters in the franchise are animal based so there's nothing special about many instances of a bat and/or a spider being ''somewhere.'' However, ''Series/KamenRiderBlack'' has a bunch of spider monsters as the first threat Black faces, followed by the debut of a bat monster who will serve as a spy, air support, and general go-fer for the bad guys almost all year. ''Film/KamenRiderZO'' has Doras send two pieces of itself as monsters to halt the hero. Naturally, one is a bat and one is a spider. Doras itself falls into the old-school-rider-like villain category. ''Kuuga'': see above. ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'' has a spider as the first monster; the bat is the second if we can count Kamen Rider Knight's BondCreature. ''Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight'', using ''Ryuki'' footage, has it even better: in addition to this, you've got one hero an UnluckyEverydude in red with a black version of his suit representing (at least initially) his temptation toward darkness, and another who's bat themed and scary even to the people he protects and flashbacks show him as a loner who fights at night. [[Franchise/SpiderMan Any of this]] [[Franchise/{{Batman}} sound familiar?]] ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' has a spider as the first enemy (becomes a recurring nuisance enemy) and a bat as the ''last'' enemy (what else would the BigBad of a race of vampire-like enemies turn into?) ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' starts the tradition of cute little robotic helper gadgets; the first are a bat (turns into a camera) and a spider (used as a grappling… thing.) Even better, a prequel movie shows Kamen Rider Skull, Shotaro's mentor, becoming a Rider for the first time. He fights an actual Spider and Bat Dopant, meaning if we go by in-universe chronology, the first villains in ''Double'' were indeed a bat and a spider.

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** The bat/spider monster homage is seen ''many'' times. Now, ''most'' monsters in the franchise are animal based so there's nothing special about many instances of a bat and/or a spider being ''somewhere.'' However, ''Series/KamenRiderBlack'' has a bunch of spider monsters as *** In fact, having the first threat Black faces, followed by the debut of MonsterOfTheWeek be bat- or spider-themed has become a bat monster who will serve as a spy, air support, common Internal Homage in and general go-fer for the bad guys almost all year. ''Film/KamenRiderZO'' has Doras send two pieces of itself as monsters to halt the hero. Naturally, one is a bat and one is a spider. Doras itself falls into the old-school-rider-like villain category. ''Kuuga'': see above. ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'' has a spider as the first monster; the bat is the second if we can count Kamen Rider Knight's BondCreature. ''Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight'', using ''Ryuki'' footage, has itself. A few shows change it even better: in addition to this, you've got one hero an UnluckyEverydude in red with a black version of his suit representing (at least initially) his temptation toward darkness, and another who's bat themed and scary even to the people he protects and flashbacks show him as a loner who fights at night. [[Franchise/SpiderMan Any of this]] [[Franchise/{{Batman}} sound familiar?]] up: ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' has a spider as the first enemy (becomes Spider Fangire as a recurring nuisance enemy) annoyance and a bat the Bat Fangire as the ''last'' enemy (what else would the BigBad of a race of vampire-like enemies turn into?) BigBad, while ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' starts had the tradition of cute little robotic helper gadgets; Bat and Spider Dopants menacing the main character's mentor in a movie set ten years before the series -- meaning they really ''were'' the first are antagonists. ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'' takes it a bat (turns step further, by having the {{Mook}}-level Roidmudes possess a bat, spider, or cobra motif in their base forms before they evolve into stronger ones.
** ''Series/KamenRiderDenO''[='s=] first few [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]] were deliberately modeled after several of the Riders from ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki''. As
a camera) and result the Bat Imagin from the first two episodes is a spider (used as two-fer, a grappling… thing.) Even better, a prequel movie shows reference to the original series '''and''' to Kamen Rider Skull, Shotaro's mentor, becoming Knight at the same time.
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a step further: not only was there a Cobra Imagin inspired by Kamen Rider for the first time. He fights an actual Spider and Bat Dopant, meaning if we go by in-universe chronology, the first villains in ''Double'' were indeed a bat and a spider.Ouja, but they even cast Takashi Hagino (Ouja's original actor) to voice him!
17th Dec '16 8:00:33 PM mkmckoy
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