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24th Jul '16 3:19:53 PM eroock
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* Vivio in the ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' FanWebcomic by [[http://www.q-ice.com/ Q-Ice]], [[JerkAss who mostly did it to]] [[http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/4199/nano104trwg1.jpg screw]] [[http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/9425/nano105tryy0.jpg around]] [[HasTwoMommies with her mothers]].

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* Vivio in the ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' FanWebcomic by [[http://www.q-ice.com/ Q-Ice]], [[JerkAss who mostly did it to]] [[http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/4199/nano104trwg1.jpg screw]] [[http://img300.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20130730152224/http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/9425/nano105tryy0.jpg around]] [[HasTwoMommies with her mothers]].
24th Jul '16 3:18:26 PM eroock
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* ''[[Webcomic/WalkyVerse It's Walky!]]'' has Bobby "Machete" Walkerton[[http://www.walkypedia.com/index.php/Bobby_Walkerton]].

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* ''[[Webcomic/WalkyVerse It's Walky!]]'' has Bobby "Machete" Walkerton[[http://www.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20110805040700/http://www.walkypedia.com/index.php/Bobby_Walkerton]].php/Bobby_Walkerton Walkerton]].
20th Jul '16 11:29:45 PM ultimomant
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* ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'': Nightdrake Bannerette, a grown-up, alternate universe version of Spike, appears and saves Rarity and the Cutie Mark Crusaders from Abandon. Before he leaves, he asks the CMC to tell Spike not to give up on pursuing Rarity. When they tell him, Spike mistakenly believes Bannerette is his and Rarity's kid from the future and that this proves he and Rarity are destined to be together. The CMC attempt to explain that this is not the case, but give up and just let him think that.
11th Jul '16 11:36:08 AM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': One episode has Fuyuki and the platoon dragged into the '80s, where Fuyuki meets a younger version of his mother, Aki.
4th Jul '16 8:29:50 PM Nap1100
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* A ''really'' weird and MindScrew-y case of this happens in ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma''. [[spoiler:In the D-2 Ending, Sigma and Diana give birth to twin babies after being stranded in the shelter and about to starve to death. In a last ditch effort to offer their kids a life in ''some'' timeline, they use the transporter they found that allows them to send a copy of the children through spacetime and back into the past. Those twins' names are Delta, the true identity of this game's [[BigBad Zero]], and Phi, the same Phi that acts as the heroine of ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' and a member of the D-Team]].
3rd Jul '16 9:49:24 PM FF32
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* TimePolice officer [[spoiler: Philia]] from ''Webcomic/GastroPhobia'' turns out to be this for [[spoiler: Phobia and Klepto]]. When they break up and her father starts getting into a ShipTease with his childhood friend [[spoiler: Mania]], she agonizes over the possible TimeParadox. [[spoiler: Fellow time traveler Lord Nightsorrow decides to take Klepto's sperm cells with Mania's egg cells, incubate them with magic, and allow the child to be adopted by Phobia]], which everyone decides to accept.

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* TimePolice officer [[spoiler: Philia]] from ''Webcomic/GastroPhobia'' turns out to be this for [[spoiler: Phobia and Klepto]]. When they break up and her father starts getting into a ShipTease with his childhood friend [[spoiler: Mania]], she agonizes over the possible TimeParadox. [[spoiler: Fellow time traveler Lord Nightsorrow decides to take Klepto's sperm cells with Mania's Phobia's egg cells, incubate them with magic, and allow the child to be adopted by Phobia]], Mania]], which everyone decides to accept.
3rd Jul '16 9:00:15 PM FF32
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* In ''Webcomic/GastroPhobia'', Philia, whom Phobia had known since they were teenagers, claims to be the child of Phobia and Klepto from the future. [[spoiler:She's eventually proven right, although the timeline where she's coming from doesn't seem to came to be...]]
23rd Jun '16 8:14:22 AM StFan
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->''"If I could time-travel, I'd go back to the night my parents conceived me. I would just run into the room and smack my dad on the ass -- Wham! 'I'm your son from the future!!' ''Aahhh-hahahaha!!!''''

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->''"If I could time-travel, I'd go back to the night my parents conceived me. I would just run into the room and smack my dad on the ass -- Wham! 'I'm your son from the future!!' ''Aahhh-hahahaha!!!''''''Aahhh-hahahaha!!!"



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* Rikka Iroha, Reika Kujo and Ichinose Saki from manga ''Manga/MahounoIroha'' meet their present father, Rikka Naoki.
** [[spoiler: Two of them meet him probably because his future-self don't spend much time with them.]] [[spoiler: And the another one, meet him for another reason.]]
* Trunks from ''Manga/DragonBall''. In his case, his parents might have had two scenes together at that point and his mother had been with a different guy for about ten years. Goku's reaction is [[FaceFault shock and disbelief]]. Neither of his parents actually know who Future Trunks really is until after they've gotten together, as neither Goku nor Piccolo (who overheard Trunks telling Goku due to his superior hearing) said anything.
** Eventually, the present-day Trunks is born, and Future Trunks meets him. Hilarity ensues.

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* Rikka Iroha, Reika Kujo and Ichinose Saki from manga ''Manga/MahounoIroha'' meet their present father, Rikka Naoki.
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Naoki. [[spoiler:Two of them meet him probably because his future-self don't spend much time with them.]] [[spoiler: them. And the another one, meet him for another reason.]]
* Trunks from ''Manga/DragonBall''. In his case, his parents might have had two scenes together at that point and his mother had been with a different guy for about ten years. Goku's reaction is [[FaceFault shock and disbelief]]. Neither of his parents actually know who Future Trunks really is until after they've gotten together, as neither Goku nor Piccolo (who overheard Trunks telling Goku due to his superior hearing) said anything.
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anything. Eventually, the present-day Trunks is born, and Future Trunks meets him. Hilarity ensues.



* The entire plot of the manga/anime series ''MotherIsAFourthGrader'' - a ten-year-old having to deal with taking care of her infant child who has fallen through a time-warp from the future.
* [[spoiler: Chao Lingshen]] in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', although she's a little further down the family tree. She fulfills the harem-anime version of this trope by pulling out a book detailing her ancestry to deliberately (and successfully) spark total mayhem among Negi's UnwantedHarem.
** Side Joke: [[HilariousInHindsight Two chapters before we find out their relationship, one of the scanlators released a joke image]] with her doing a LukeIAmYourFather.

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* The entire plot of the manga/anime series ''MotherIsAFourthGrader'' - ''Manga/MotherIsAFourthGrader'' -- a ten-year-old having to deal with taking care of her infant child who has fallen through a time-warp from the future.
* [[spoiler: Chao [[spoiler:Chao Lingshen]] in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', although she's a little further down the family tree. She fulfills the harem-anime version of this trope by pulling out a book detailing her ancestry to deliberately (and successfully) spark total mayhem among Negi's UnwantedHarem.
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UnwantedHarem. Side Joke: [[HilariousInHindsight Two chapters before we find out their relationship, one of the scanlators released a joke image]] with her doing a LukeIAmYourFather.



* In ''Anime/TenchiMuyo [[TheMovie in Love]]'', Tenchi Masaki himself goes back in time to rescue his parents from Kain.

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In ''Anime/TenchiMuyo ''Tenchi Muyo [[TheMovie in Love]]'', Tenchi Masaki himself goes back in time to rescue his parents from Kain.



* Nobita from ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' basically does Dane Cook's stand up joke from above in an early 90's episode to his parents, who had just had him as a baby, except with less twisted intentions. But hey, might as well warn them their kid's going to grow up into a (ten-year-old) loser, right? Though of course he might've cursed himself this way...

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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'':
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Nobita from ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' basically does Dane Cook's stand up stand-up joke from above in an early 90's '90s episode to his parents, who had just had him as a baby, except with less twisted intentions. But hey, might as well warn them their kid's going to grow up into a (ten-year-old) loser, right? Though of course he might've cursed himself this way...



* Suzune of ''KamichamaKarin'' came back to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong and [[spoiler:prevent the eventual death of his father, though he doesn't know that part]].

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* Suzune of ''KamichamaKarin'' ''Manga/KamichamaKarin'' came back to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong and [[spoiler:prevent the eventual death of his father, though he doesn't know that part]].



* NSFW Manga ''YomeiroChoice'' has three (and counting, [[spoiler:up to four and a cybernetic assistant/daughter]]!) daughters from the future, each trying to get the protagonist to impregnate her mother so she doesn't cease to exist.

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* NSFW Manga ''YomeiroChoice'' ''Yomeiro Choice'' has three (and counting, [[spoiler:up to four and a cybernetic assistant/daughter]]!) daughters from the future, each trying to get the protagonist to impregnate her mother so she doesn't cease to exist.



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** ''ComicBook/{{Cable}}'' is a variation on this. He's the son of Scott Summers and Madeline Pryor (a clone of Jean Grey). He was actually born in the present (now past), but was taken to the future by the Mother Askani (actually future-future Rachel, his half-sister/genetic full sister). No, not the future she came from, another further distant future. There he gets cloned and grows up, later coming back as Cable to a period not long after he was born (but before he was taken to the future). His clone Stryfe follows him back.
*** Note that, briefly, Cable and baby Nathan existed concurrently but never interacted.

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** ''ComicBook/{{Cable}}'' is a variation on this. He's the son of Scott Summers and Madeline Pryor (a clone of Jean Grey). He was actually born in the present (now past), but was taken to the future by the Mother Askani (actually future-future Rachel, his half-sister/genetic full sister). No, not the future she came from, another further distant future. There he gets cloned and grows up, later coming back as Cable to a period not long after he was born (but before he was taken to the future). His clone Stryfe follows him back.
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back. Note that, briefly, Cable and baby Nathan existed concurrently but never interacted.



* Other ComicBook/XMen future Summers kids not tied to ''both'' of the above parents: ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} had a daughter with Emma Frost, in the form of Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}'s Ruby Summers.
* Also in ''ComicBook/XFactor'', it is revealed that Shatterstar is the son of [[spoiler: Dazzler and Longshot]] who had been raised in the future of another dimension. This had been hinted at many times almost from the moment Shatterstar was introduced.
** Surprise, surprise! It's now confirmed that Shatterstar is [[spoiler: Longshot's]] son, but also (due to time-travel whackery), that Shatterstar is [[spoiler: Longshot's]] father!
* Another alternate-universe twist on this trope from X-Continuity is [[ComicBook/{{Exiles}} Nocturne]], Nightcrawler's daughter with the Scarlet Witch, of all people.
* Minor case: Bishop of the X-Men is from the future, and turns out to be the grandson of minor character Gateway.

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* ** Other ComicBook/XMen ''X-Men'' future Summers kids not tied to ''both'' of the above parents: ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} had has a daughter with Emma Frost, in the form of Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}'s X-Factor's Ruby Summers.
* ** Also in ''ComicBook/XFactor'', it is revealed that Shatterstar is the son of [[spoiler: Dazzler [[spoiler:Dazzler and Longshot]] who had been raised in the future of another dimension. This had been hinted at many times almost from the moment Shatterstar was introduced.
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introduced. Surprise, surprise! It's now confirmed that Shatterstar is [[spoiler: Longshot's]] son, but also (due to time-travel whackery), that Shatterstar is [[spoiler: Longshot's]] father!
* ** Another alternate-universe twist on this trope from X-Continuity is [[ComicBook/{{Exiles}} Nocturne]], Nightcrawler's daughter with the Scarlet Witch, of all people.
* ** Minor case: Bishop of the X-Men is from the future, and turns out to be the grandson of minor character Gateway.



* For a non-X-Men example in the MarvelUniverse, this has also happened in ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' with Valeria [[spoiler:Von Doom]], daughter of [[spoiler:Sue Richards and Doctor Doom ([[{{Retcon}} or Reed Richards impersonating Doom]], though she certainly ''thought'' Doom was her father)]]. Like Rachel Summers, she's a creation of Creator/ChrisClaremont, and they've even both used the CodeName "Marvel Girl" (though in all fairness, Rachel had yet to use that name at the time of Valeria's creation). Clearly, Claremont ''loves'' this trope.

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* For a non-X-Men example in the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/MarvelUniverse, this has also happened in ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' with Valeria [[spoiler:Von Doom]], daughter of [[spoiler:Sue Richards and Doctor Doom ([[{{Retcon}} or Reed Richards impersonating Doom]], though she certainly ''thought'' Doom was her father)]]. Like Rachel Summers, she's a creation of Creator/ChrisClaremont, and they've even both used the CodeName "Marvel Girl" (though in all fairness, Rachel had yet to use that name at the time of Valeria's creation). Clearly, Claremont ''loves'' this trope.



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* Alba from ''Literature/TheTimeTravelersWife'' (approximately--she appears after Henry and Clare are married but when they think they can't have kids, and Henry comes forward in time to see her about as much as she goes back to see him).
** In one of the final scenes in the book, Alba visits Henry before he meets Clare. Even after she says she was looking for her father but was apparently too early, he still fails to understand who she is.

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* Alba from ''Literature/TheTimeTravelersWife'' (approximately--she appears after Henry and Clare are married but when they think they can't have kids, and Henry comes forward in time to see her about as much as she goes back to see him).
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him). In one of the final scenes in the book, Alba visits Henry before he meets Clare. Even after she says she was looking for her father but was apparently too early, he still fails to understand who she is.



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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': Dean in the episode "In the Beginning".

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':
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Dean in the episode "In the Beginning".



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* ''[[Webcomic/WalkyVerse It's Walky!]]'' has Bobby 'Machete' Walkerton[[http://www.walkypedia.com/index.php/Bobby_Walkerton]].

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* ''[[Webcomic/WalkyVerse It's Walky!]]'' has Bobby 'Machete' "Machete" Walkerton[[http://www.walkypedia.com/index.php/Bobby_Walkerton]].



** Similarly, in ''Webcomic/UmlautHouse'', Rhonda goes into the past to [[spoiler:settle an argument with Pierce, who follows her to keep her from meddling in the past (as it happens, he shouldn't have bothered)]].

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** * Similarly, in ''Webcomic/UmlautHouse'', Rhonda goes into the past to [[spoiler:settle an argument with Pierce, who follows her to keep her from meddling in the past (as it happens, he shouldn't have bothered)]].



* Vivio in the ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' FanWebComic by [[http://www.q-ice.com/ Q-Ice]], [[JerkAss who mostly did it to]] [[http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/4199/nano104trwg1.jpg screw]] [[http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/9425/nano105tryy0.jpg around]] [[HasTwoMommies with her mothers]].

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* Vivio in the ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' FanWebComic FanWebcomic by [[http://www.q-ice.com/ Q-Ice]], [[JerkAss who mostly did it to]] [[http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/4199/nano104trwg1.jpg screw]] [[http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/9425/nano105tryy0.jpg around]] [[HasTwoMommies with her mothers]].



* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', Jade's 'penpal' [[spoiler: claims to be her future grandson.]] What this truly means remains to be seen. [[spoiler: [[HappilyAdopted Parentage is]] [[StableTimeLoop a strange]] [[MyOwnGrampa thing in]] ''Homestuck''.]]
** We later meet him in Act 6, where it turns out [[spoiler:Jade is his grandmother - except it's an AlternateUniverse version of Jade. And Jake's counterpart in the original universe was Jade's grandfather... who was also her genetic father.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', Jade's 'penpal' [[spoiler: claims to be her future grandson.]] What this truly means remains to be seen. [[spoiler: [[HappilyAdopted Parentage is]] [[StableTimeLoop a strange]] [[MyOwnGrampa thing in]] ''Homestuck''.]]
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]] We later meet him in Act 6, where it turns out [[spoiler:Jade is his grandmother - except it's an AlternateUniverse version of Jade. And Jake's counterpart in the original universe was Jade's grandfather... who was also her genetic father.]]



* ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'''s space arc has a variation: Morgan has been brought forward in time to serve as Merlin's apprentice. While there, she and Arthur conceive a child, not realizing that they're [[BrotherSisterIncest half-siblings]]. When Merlin finds out, he returns Morgan to the past and she gives birth to Mordred... who in the present day is already serving aboard the ''Excalibur'' and doesn't know any of this. Also, Morgan met Squire Mordred while on the ''Excalibur'', and was so impressed by his ambition, she [[StableTimeLoop named her son after him]].

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* ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'''s ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'':
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space arc has a variation: Morgan has been brought forward in time to serve as Merlin's apprentice. While there, she and Arthur conceive a child, not realizing that they're [[BrotherSisterIncest half-siblings]]. When Merlin finds out, he returns Morgan to the past and she gives birth to Mordred... who in the present day is already serving aboard the ''Excalibur'' and doesn't know any of this. Also, Morgan met Squire Mordred while on the ''Excalibur'', and was so impressed by his ambition, she [[StableTimeLoop named her son after him]].



* All known members of [[TimePolice TACT]] in ''Webcomic/LsEmpire'' are kids of members of the present cast. Hector is Rib and Bow's son, Pix is [[spoiler: Dark Star and Phala's son]] and Rosa is [[spoiler:Luigi and Daisy's daughter]].
** [[spoiler: Subverted in Rosa's case. By the time she traveled back to the present, Daisy was already pregnant with her. And we don't find out that Dark Star and Phala are Pix's parents until after he's born.]]
* In [[http://nonadventures.com/2010/01/23/like-mother-like-slaughter/ this]] ''WebComic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' comic strip, Dana's evil daughter comes from the future to kill Dana out of revenge for Dana always dismissing her and never letting her become Wonderella. Dana negates her daughter's entire existence by deciding to go back on birth control. (Of course, as Bianca points out, killing Dana now would have negated her existence anyway, but hey, kids are stupid.)

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* All known members of [[TimePolice TACT]] in ''Webcomic/LsEmpire'' are kids of members of the present cast. Hector is Rib and Bow's son, Pix is [[spoiler: Dark Star and Phala's son]] and Rosa is [[spoiler:Luigi and Daisy's daughter]].
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daughter]]. Subverted in [[spoiler: Rosa's case. By the time she traveled back to the present, Daisy was already pregnant with her. And we don't find out that Dark Star and Phala are Pix's parents until after he's born.]]
* In [[http://nonadventures.com/2010/01/23/like-mother-like-slaughter/ this]] ''WebComic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' comic strip, Dana's evil daughter comes from the future to kill Dana out of revenge for Dana always dismissing her and never letting her become Wonderella. Dana negates her daughter's entire existence by deciding to go back on birth control. (Of course, as Bianca points out, killing Dana now would have negated her existence anyway, but hey, kids are stupid.))
* Brady "Honey" Smith from ''WebcomicSailorSun'' is a parody of this trope, and specifically Chibi-Usa.
* In ''Webcomic/GastroPhobia'', Philia, whom Phobia had known since they were teenagers, claims to be the child of Phobia and Klepto from the future. [[spoiler:She's eventually proven right, although the timeline where she's coming from doesn't seem to came to be...]]



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* Brady "Honey" Smith from ''SailorSun'' is a parody of this trope, and specifically Chibi-Usa.

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* Brady "Honey" Smith from ''SailorSun'' is a parody of this trope, and specifically Chibi-Usa.
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* Warhawk in the animated version of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' was GreenLantern (John Stewart) and Hawkgirl's Kid From The Future--which came as a surprise because they had stopped dating quite some time before traveling to the future and running into him.
** Technically there was two such cases in that episode, as a later episode tells us that [[spoiler: Terry [=McGinnis=] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond (Batman II)]] is Batman's biological son created by Amanda Waller.]]
*** These two are actually inversions, given that, as mentioned above, their parent came to ''them''. This actually causes John to attempt a ScrewDestiny by not getting back together with Hawkgirl over the course of the series just so he doesn't feel [[YouCantFightFate pressured to do so]] just by Warhawk's existence. WordOfGod says that's okay, given that Warhawk is still only in his twenties by the ''Beyond'' time period, which is still a good forty years off.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':
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Warhawk in the animated version of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' was GreenLantern is ComicBook/GreenLantern (John Stewart) and Hawkgirl's Kid From The Future--which Future -- which came as a surprise because they had stopped dating quite some time before traveling to the future and running into him.
** Technically there was two such cases in that episode, as a later episode tells us that [[spoiler: Terry [=McGinnis=] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond (Batman II)]] is Batman's biological son created by Amanda Waller.]]
*** These two are actually inversions, given that, as mentioned above, their parent came to ''them''.
him. This actually causes John to attempt a ScrewDestiny by not getting back together with Hawkgirl over the course of the series just so he doesn't feel [[YouCantFightFate pressured to do so]] just by Warhawk's existence. WordOfGod says that's okay, given that Warhawk is still only in his twenties by the ''Beyond'' time period, which is still a good forty years off.
** Technically there is two such cases in that episode, as a later episode tells us that [[spoiler: Terry [=McGinnis=] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond (Batman II)]] is Batman's biological son created by Amanda Waller.]]



* Destructicus, son of Hector and Dr. Ghastly, from ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne''. This raises questions on how this happned however as Hector is a brain (and stomach) in a Jar attached to a circus bear....
** [[LampshadeHanging This is addressed.]] [[HandWave The given explanation is that]] [[ThePowerOfLove "love finds a way".]]
* A unique case in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. The main character doesn't meet any future kids of his own--he meets a future child of his ''enemies!'' Box Lunch (daughter of the [[HarmlessVillain Box Ghost]] and [[MoodSwinger Lunch]] [[LethalChef Lady]]) who is sent by [[TimeMaster Clockwork]] to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong. That is, killing Danny to prevent his [[FutureMeScaresMe future self]] from destroying the world.

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* Destructicus, son of Hector and Dr. Ghastly, from ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne''. This raises questions on how this happned however as Hector is a brain (and stomach) in a Jar attached to a circus bear....
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bear.... [[LampshadeHanging This is addressed.]] [[HandWave The given explanation is that]] [[ThePowerOfLove "love finds a way".]]
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'':
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A unique case in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. The case: the main character doesn't meet any future kids of his own--he meets a future child of his ''enemies!'' Box Lunch (daughter of the [[HarmlessVillain Box Ghost]] and [[MoodSwinger Lunch]] [[LethalChef Lady]]) who is sent by [[TimeMaster Clockwork]] to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong. That is, killing Danny to prevent his [[FutureMeScaresMe future self]] from destroying the world.



* [[FragileSpeedster Bart Allen/Impulse]] in ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' is [[TheFlash Barry Allen/The Flash]]'s grandson from the future. Coincidentally this occurried mere hours after Iris found out she was pregnant; she had not even had a chance to tell Barry yet.
** And ''she'' didn't realize she was having twins.

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* [[FragileSpeedster Bart Allen/Impulse]] in ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' is [[TheFlash Barry Allen/The Flash]]'s grandson from the future. Coincidentally this occurried occurred mere hours after Iris found out she was pregnant; she had not even had a chance to tell Barry yet.
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yet. And ''she'' didn't realize she was having twins.



* PlayedWith on ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb,'' where they go to the future and meet their sister Candace's kids. We don't actually find out much about Phineas and Ferb themselves, including if either of them has children. Though it is implied that [[SiblingTriangle one]] [[TheUnreveal of them]] marries Isabella.
** In a few episodes, Candace mentions her dreams of one day marrying her crush, Jeremy, and having two children named Xavier and Amanda. Sure enough, those are two of the three future children, and while their father isn't revealed, Xavier looks an awful lot like Jeremy.

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* PlayedWith on ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb,'' ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', where they go to the future and meet their sister Candace's kids. We don't actually find out much about Phineas and Ferb themselves, including if either of them has children. Though it is implied that [[SiblingTriangle one]] [[TheUnreveal of them]] marries Isabella. \n** In a few episodes, Candace mentions her dreams of one day marrying her crush, Jeremy, and having two children named Xavier and Amanda. Sure enough, those are two of the three future children, and while their father isn't revealed, Xavier looks an awful lot like Jeremy.



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* In ''TimeWarpTrio'', the original trio of Joe, Sam and Fred sometimes cross paths with their great-granddaughters from the future: Jodie, Samantha and Freddi.

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* In ''TimeWarpTrio'', ''WesternAnimation/TimeWarpTrio'', the original trio of Joe, Sam and Fred sometimes cross paths with their great-granddaughters from the future: Jodie, Samantha and Freddi.
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* Alexander Rozhenko does this in an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. [[spoiler:Due to having grown up to be a pacifist and diplomat, his perceived weakness led to him nearly being assassinated by political rivals, with Worf TakingTheBullet. He traveled back to convince his younger self to become a warrior as his father had wanted, but when this plan fails, he attempts to kill his younger self to ensure that future never came to be. Worf luckily convinces him that the future is not set in stone and even if he pursues the path of peace, it is something [[SoProudOfYou he would be proud of]].]]

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* Alexander Rozhenko does this in an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. [[spoiler:Due to having grown up to be a pacifist and diplomat, his perceived weakness led to him nearly being assassinated by political rivals, with Worf TakingTheBullet. He traveled back to convince his younger self to become a warrior as his father had wanted, but when this plan fails, he attempts to kill his younger self to ensure that future never came to be. Worf luckily convinces him that the future is not set in stone and even if he pursues the path of peace, it is something [[SoProudOfYou he would be proud of]].]]]] Interestingly, when Alexander shows up in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' as a young adult it's sshown that the BadFuture has been thoroughly averted, but this incident isn't even mentioned except in passing.
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