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23rd Jun '17 4:13:38 AM JackG
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-->'''German Intelligence Officer:''' I don't know who you are or how you know to be here, but this is just the beginning.
-->'''Reese:''' Then this is going to be a long day.

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-->'''German Intelligence Officer:''' I don't know who you are or how you know to be here, but [[ColdBloodedTorture this is just the beginning.
beginning]].
-->'''Reese:''' [[DefiantToTheEnd Then this is going to be a long day.]]



''Series/TheProfessionals'' ("Private Madness Public Danger"). When [=CI5=] captures the VillainOfTheWeek, Cowley tells him it's all over. The man shouts back, "All over? IT HASN'T EVEN BEGUN YET!" as he's just activated a TimeBomb.

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* ''Series/TheProfessionals'' ("Private Madness Public Danger"). When [=CI5=] captures the VillainOfTheWeek, Cowley tells him it's all over. The man shouts back, "All over? IT HASN'T EVEN BEGUN YET!" as he's just activated a TimeBomb.
23rd Jun '17 4:12:34 AM JackG
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* ''Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond''. Commander Ian Fleming wants to investigate the German nuclear program. Naval Intelligence tells him not to bother as the war in Europe will soon be over. Fleming gives this trope in a clear reference to the upcoming ColdWar with the Soviet Union, whose advancing troops are likely to seize the intelligence for themselves. Interestingly, in real life [[SubvertedTrope Fleming was ultimately proven wrong]], at least abou the Nazi nuclear program; they were decades behind the Manhattan Project and what the Soviets did manage to seize was of little value.

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* ''Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond''. Commander Ian Fleming wants to investigate the German nuclear program. Naval Intelligence tells him not to bother as the war in Europe will soon be over. Fleming gives this trope in a clear reference to the upcoming ColdWar with the Soviet Union, whose advancing troops are likely to seize the intelligence for themselves. Interestingly, in real life [[SubvertedTrope Fleming was ultimately proven wrong]], at least abou about the Nazi nuclear program; they were decades behind the Manhattan Project and what the Soviets did manage to seize was of little value.value.
''Series/TheProfessionals'' ("Private Madness Public Danger"). When [=CI5=] captures the VillainOfTheWeek, Cowley tells him it's all over. The man shouts back, "All over? IT HASN'T EVEN BEGUN YET!" as he's just activated a TimeBomb.



* Most likely, n the time it takes you to read this sentence, more content will have been added to this wiki. [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Now, compound that out for however far into the future people will still read and contribute to this wiki.]]

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* Most likely, n in the time it takes you to read this sentence, more content will have been added to this wiki. [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Now, compound that out for however far into the future people will still read and contribute to this wiki.]]
14th May '17 12:08:32 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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-->'''Arthur Dayne''': And so it begins.\\
'''Eddard Stark''': No, so it ''ends''.

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-->'''Arthur --->'''Arthur Dayne''': And so it begins.\\
'''Eddard Stark''': ''(regretfully)'' No, so it ''ends''.
6th May '17 12:06:53 PM Jake
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* ''Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond''. Commander Ian Fleming wants to investigate the German nuclear program. Naval Intelligence tells him not to bother as the war in Europe will soon be over. Fleming gives this trope in a clear reference to the upcoming ColdWar with the Soviet Union, whose advancing troops are likely to seize the intelligence for themselves.

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* ''Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond''. Commander Ian Fleming wants to investigate the German nuclear program. Naval Intelligence tells him not to bother as the war in Europe will soon be over. Fleming gives this trope in a clear reference to the upcoming ColdWar with the Soviet Union, whose advancing troops are likely to seize the intelligence for themselves. Interestingly, in real life [[SubvertedTrope Fleming was ultimately proven wrong]], at least abou the Nazi nuclear program; they were decades behind the Manhattan Project and what the Soviets did manage to seize was of little value.
28th Feb '17 9:32:15 PM WingedCat
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* Most likely, n the time it takes you to read this sentence, more content will have been added to this wiki. [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Now, compound that out for however far into the future people will still read and contribute to this wiki.]]
29th Oct '16 3:57:00 AM JackG
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* ''Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond''. Commander Fleming wants to investigate the German nuclear program. The commander of Naval Intelligence tells him not to bother as the war in Europe will soon be over. Fleming gives this trope in a clear reference to the upcoming ColdWar with the Soviet Union.

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* ''Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond''. Commander Ian Fleming wants to investigate the German nuclear program. The commander of Naval Intelligence tells him not to bother as the war in Europe will soon be over. Fleming gives this trope in a clear reference to the upcoming ColdWar with the Soviet Union.Union, whose advancing troops are likely to seize the intelligence for themselves.
29th Oct '16 3:55:42 AM JackG
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* ''Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond''. Commander Fleming wants to investigate the German nuclear program. The commander of Naval Intelligence tells him not to bother as the war in Europe will soon be over. Fleming gives this trope in a clear reference to the upcoming ColdWar with the Soviet Union.
26th Oct '16 4:50:52 AM Tron80
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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/OnceMoreWithFeeling'': After Shinji has destroyed Sachiel, Misato reassures him that it is over. Meanwhile Shinji thinks this is only the beginning.
-->“Its okay” Misato assured him over the comlink. “We’ll have you out of there in a couple of minutes…Shinji, Shinji you did great out there, its all over”.\\
''No Misato'' Shinji thought as he leaned back to rest in his command chair, closing his eyes as he listened to the soothing hum of the entry plugs life support systems.\\
''This has just begun.''\\
It probably would have worried him to know his Father was thinking much the same of the Captain’s statement as he gave the main screen a smirk, before turning and walking out of the command center.
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26th Oct '16 3:29:00 AM Tron80
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->'''Romanov:''' Is it done, Yuri?
->'''Yuri:''' No, Comrade Premier... it has only begun.

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->'''Romanov:''' Is it done, Yuri?
->'''Yuri:'''
Yuri?\\
'''Yuri:'''
No, Comrade Premier... it has only begun.



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* ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and the ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes #24:
-->'''Jeyra Entinn''': You won '''this''' round, Legionnaries... But this is only the beginning...!\\

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[[folder:Comicbooks]]
[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}:
** Several Silver Age Supergirl's enemies uttered this sentence or some variant after being defeated for first time.
** In ''Adventure Comics #397'' Kara gives 'Nasty' Luthor and her bullying squad a lesson, after which she warns that she will get tougher the next time she catches them hurting someone. 'Nasty' mutters Supergirl can count on there being a next time.
** After Supergirl captures Starfire (no relation to the female Teen Titan), and her gang, the villainess assures "This is only the beginning". Ironically, Starfire would never be seen again.
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ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and the ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes #24:
-->'''Jeyra --->'''Jeyra Entinn''': You won '''this''' round, Legionnaries... But this is only the beginning...!\\
1st Oct '16 11:39:00 AM Qrow
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Unusually given by the villain when said villain is actually ''winning''. [[spoiler: The end of Volume 3 saw ''all'' the previous plot threads and evil schemes by the villains come together at once, resulting in the [[TheBadGuyWins the villains pretty much winning]] and the heroes being scattered (see the RWBY entry under DarkestHour for details), only for the GreaterScopeVillain the previous villains work for to finally make an appearance]] and reveal that her evil plan is ''just getting started''.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Unusually given by the villain when said villain is actually ''winning''. [[spoiler: The end of Volume 3 saw ''all'' the previous plot threads and evil schemes by the villains come together at once, resulting in the [[TheBadGuyWins the villains pretty much winning]] and the heroes being scattered (see the RWBY entry under DarkestHour for details), only for the GreaterScopeVillain the previous villains work for to finally make an appearance]] and reveal that her evil plan EvilPlan is ''just getting started''.
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