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15th Feb '17 9:47:16 AM erforce
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* The short ''Rings'', available on the ''Film/TheRing'' Special Edition DVD, chronicles the journey of the deadly VHS made to get into the hands of the unlucky victim in ''Film/TheRing 2''.

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* The short ''Rings'', available on the ''Film/TheRing'' Special Edition DVD, chronicles the journey of the deadly VHS made to get into the hands of the unlucky victim in ''Film/TheRing 2''.''Film/TheRingTwo''.
14th Feb '17 5:50:35 AM akaun6899
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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'', you have a gag with Scrat being stuck in an ice cube. The film skips two thousand years to show how he eventually defrosts and loses his famous acorn for the umpteenth time. And yet, this lone scene means that technically, all the sequels should be considered as a Midquel series of the first film. However, the gag only makes sense in the context of the first film (as a continuation of the previous scene when he got stuck), so despite it is not impossible to imagine he got frozen twice, it is also necessary to take in account that sequels were not intended at the time, and considering the little importance of the character, who is just a running gag to fill ellipses, most viewers prefer to flatly ignore this detail.



* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'', you have a gag with Scrat being stuck in an ice cube. The film skips two thousand years to show how he eventually defrosts and loses his famous acorn for the umpteenth time. And yet, this lone scene means that technically, all the sequels should be considered as a Midquel series of the first film. However, the gag only makes sense in the context of the first film (as a continuation of the previous scene when he got stuck), so despite it is not impossible to imagine he got frozen twice, it is also necessary to take in account that sequels were not intended at the time, and considering the little importance of the character, who is just a running gag to fill ellipses, most viewers prefer to flatly ignore this detail.

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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'', you have a gag with Scrat being stuck in an ice cube. The film skips two thousand years to show how he eventually defrosts and loses his famous acorn for the umpteenth time. And yet, this lone scene means that technically, all the sequels should be considered as a Midquel series of the first film. However, the gag only makes sense in the context of the first film (as a continuation of the previous scene when he got stuck), so despite it is not impossible to imagine he got frozen twice, it is also necessary to take in account that sequels were not intended at the time, and considering the little importance of the character, who is just a running gag to fill ellipses, most viewers prefer to flatly ignore this detail.
11th Feb '17 6:04:17 PM jormis29
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-->-- [[http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi219087641 The Lion King 1½ teaser]][[note]] The ironic fact being that some countries saw the release of the film with the 3 still on the end[[/note]].

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-->-- ''Disney/TheLionKingOneAndAHalf''; [[http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi219087641 The Lion King 1½ teaser]][[note]] The ironic fact being that some countries saw the release of the film with the 3 still on the end[[/note]].
4th Feb '17 10:57:41 PM jormis29
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* In between ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and its SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' are several comic book series, consisting of "The Promise", "The Search", "Rebound" and "The Rift". All of them [[TheBusCameBack bring back]] characters who were PutOnABus, explain what the main characters did after the original series ended, and overall tie both series together. "Rebound" is notable for not only giving Mai ADayInTheLimelight, but also being an interquel ''within'' an interquel, as it takes place either in-between or alongside the plots of "The Promise" and "The Search".

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* In between ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and its SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' are several comic book series, consisting of "The Promise", "The Search", "Rebound" ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderThePromise The Promise]]'', ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheSearch The Search]]'', ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderRebound Rebound]]'' and "The Rift".''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheRift The Rift]]''. All of them [[TheBusCameBack bring back]] characters who were PutOnABus, explain what the main characters did after the original series ended, and overall tie both series together. "Rebound" ''Rebound'' is notable for not only giving Mai ADayInTheLimelight, but also being an interquel ''within'' an interquel, as it takes place either in-between or alongside the plots of "The Promise" ''The Promise'' and "The Search".''The Search''.
31st Jan '17 10:47:14 PM Luigiofthegods
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A purist may pretend that "Interquel" is reserved to an entry happening strictly ''between'' two previous ones of the Franchise (it is a Sequel for one and a Prequel for the other), while a Midquel takes place ''within'' a single work of the Franchise (it is more like a subsection). But continuity may be sometimes so convoluted (depending of wether it is an ImmediateSequel or not), that establishing a work is in-between two others is probably fine enough.

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A purist may pretend that Some people differentiate the two terms, referring to an "Interquel" is reserved to as an entry happening strictly ''between'' two previous ones of the Franchise (it is a Sequel for one and a Prequel for the other), while with a Midquel takes taking place ''within'' a single work of the Franchise (it is more like a subsection). But continuity may be sometimes so convoluted (depending of wether whether it is an ImmediateSequel or not), that establishing a work is in-between two others is probably fine enough.
30th Jan '17 2:58:12 AM ben9192
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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'', you have a gag with Scrat being stuck in an ice cube. The film skips two thousand years to show how he eventually defrosts and loses his famous acorn for the umpteenth time. And yet, this lone scene means that technically, all the sequels should be considered as a Midquel series of the first film. However, the gag only makes sense in the context of the first film (as a continuation of the previous scene when he got stuck), so despite it is not impossible to imagine he got frozen twice, it is also necessary to take in account that sequels were not intended at the time, and considering the little importance of the character, who is just a running gag to fill ellipses, most viewers prefer to flatly ignore this detail.
26th Jan '17 9:25:54 PM PaulA
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* Due to retroactive connections and serializing vs finalized novels a significant portion of Creator/IsaacAsimov's output are in an ambiguous relation to this classification, but the two ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'' prequels, (''Prelude to Foundation'' and ''Forward the Foundation'') and the Robots/Bailey sequel ''Robots and Empire'' fall here. The prequels were written after the series were explicitly connected to one another, and picked up on ''Robots'' plot thread while covering Seldon's struggles with psychohistory and Trantorian society. ''Robots and Empire'' were part of connecting the series, and served to show how the Bailey setting (non-radioactive Earth, interstellar society dominated by the robot-using Spacers) began to transition towards the radioactive Earth and complete absence of robot-use of the ''Empire'' (set prior to, during the rise of, and at the height of, Trantor's Galactic Empire) and ''Foundation'' series.

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* Due to retroactive connections and serializing vs finalized novels a significant portion of Creator/IsaacAsimov's output are in an ambiguous relation to this classification, but the two ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'' prequels, (''Prelude to Foundation'' (''Literature/PreludeToFoundation'' and ''Forward the Foundation'') ''Literature/ForwardTheFoundation'') and the Robots/Bailey sequel ''Robots and Empire'' ''Literature/RobotsAndEmpire'' fall here. The prequels were written after the series were explicitly connected to one another, and picked up on ''Robots'' plot thread while covering Seldon's struggles with psychohistory and Trantorian society. ''Robots and Empire'' were part of connecting the series, and served to show how the Bailey setting (non-radioactive Earth, interstellar society dominated by the robot-using Spacers) began to transition towards the radioactive Earth and complete absence of robot-use of the ''Empire'' (set prior to, during the rise of, and at the height of, Trantor's Galactic Empire) and ''Foundation'' series.
17th Jan '17 8:00:11 AM globox85
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** This has been the basic pattern for films four through six, respectively ''Fast and Furious'', ''Fast Five'' and ''Fast and Furious 6''. In the sixth movie the timelines converge with the previously last chronological installment [[spoiler:when Han dies]], ''The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift''. The upcoming (but delayed due to Paul Walker's sudden death at the age of 40) seventh film is the first straight sequel again.

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** This has been the basic pattern for films four through six, respectively ''Fast and Furious'', ''Fast Five'' and ''Fast and Furious 6''. In the sixth movie the timelines converge with the previously last chronological installment [[spoiler:when Han dies]], ''The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift''. The upcoming (but delayed due to Paul Walker's sudden death at the age of 40) seventh film is the first straight sequel again.
13th Jan '17 6:22:52 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''VideoGame/StarControl: Interbellum'' takes place between the games ''Star Control II'' and the [[FanDiscontinuity nonexistent]] ''Star Control 3''.
8th Jan '17 4:16:20 PM Gosicrystal
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* ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigationsMilesEdgeworth'' (released 2009) takes place between ''Trials and Tribulations'' (2004) and ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney'' (2007). Specifically, one month after the events of the former and [[TimeSkip seven years]] before the latter.



* ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' takes place 1 year after ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors'' and ''45 years'' before ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. The release order of the games was 999 > VLR > ZTD.

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* ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' takes place 1 year after ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors'' and ''45 years'' [[spoiler:''45'']] years before ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. The release order of the games was 999 > VLR > ZTD.
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