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*''Literature/JourneyToChaos'': Shortly after his arrival on Tariatla, Eric remarks that his life has become very dangerous and strange, kind of like something out of a fantasy novel or video game.
-->''I'm rescuing a princess with a mercenary, a sentient staff, and a ghost. It's like one of those [=RPG=]s I used to play when I was a kid . . .''
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'''Bob:''' But even if they can't pull it off, it's usually good for a bit of comedy.

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'''Bob:''' But even if they can't pull it off, it's usually good for a bit of comedy.
17th Feb '17 6:56:29 AM Rytex
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* In Chapter 6 of the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfiction ''[[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/63584/the-apprentice-the-student-and-the-charlatan The Apprentice, the Student, and the Charlatan,]]'' Celestia and Luna are passing on backstory to protagonists Nova Shine and Twilight Sparkle about the antagonist. Bearing in mind that Nova and Twilight are dealing with romantic issues of their own, this little gem shows up.

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* In Chapter 6 of the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfiction ''[[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/63584/the-apprentice-the-student-and-the-charlatan The Apprentice, the Student, and the Charlatan,]]'' ''FanFic/TheApprenticeTheStudentAndTheCharlatan'', Celestia and Luna are passing on backstory to protagonists Nova Shine and Twilight Sparkle about the antagonist. Bearing in mind that Nova and Twilight are dealing with romantic issues of their own, this little gem shows up.
13th Feb '17 8:24:20 AM narm00
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** One famous scene featured the Ray, Impulse, and the Comicbook/PostCrisis Comicbook/{{Superboy}} (Kon-El) talking to each other about how their comics -- excuse me, their ''favorite'' comics -- were cancelled for no reason. For added points, all three of them glare at Tim "Robin" Drake when he comes in at the end of the scene. Robin, of course, starred in a solo title that was still going strong at the time and lasted roughly as long as the other three characters' titles combined.
** In another scene, Wonder Girl and Arrowette are using the Internet, but their connection dies. Arrowette angrily remarks that she hates [=ISPs=]. Wonder Girl nervously replies, "No you don't! You LOVE! [=ISPs=]! Especially ''the biggest one!''" Arrowette realizes her mistake and says "Umm, I'm going to shut up now," as she and Wonder Girl look in the reader's direction. At the time, Time Warner, the parent company of DC Comics by way of Creator/WarnerBros, had just completed a merger with AOL.

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** One famous scene featured the Ray, ComicBook/{{the Ray}}, Impulse, and the Comicbook/PostCrisis Comicbook/{{Superboy}} (Kon-El) talking to each other about how their comics -- excuse me, their ''favorite'' comics -- were cancelled for no reason. For added points, all three of them glare at Tim "Robin" Drake when he comes in at the end of the scene. Robin, of course, starred in a solo title that was still going strong at the time and lasted roughly as long as the other three characters' titles combined.
** In another scene, Wonder Girl ComicBook/WonderGirl and Arrowette are using the Internet, but their connection dies. Arrowette angrily remarks that she hates [=ISPs=]. Wonder Girl nervously replies, "No you don't! You LOVE! [=ISPs=]! Especially ''the biggest one!''" Arrowette realizes her mistake and says "Umm, I'm going to shut up now," as she and Wonder Girl look in the reader's direction. At the time, Time Warner, the parent company of DC Comics by way of Creator/WarnerBros, had just completed a merger with AOL.



* A very similar scene occurs during the last story arc of Neil Gaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' comic: Franchise/{{Batman}}, Franchise/{{Superman}}, and the Comicbook/MartianManhunter are talking about dreams they'd had. Batman and Superman discuss how they've both had dreams about how they're not themselves, but simply actors playing themselves on television. Martian Manhunter laments that he's never had a dream like that.

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* A very similar scene occurs during the last story arc of Neil Gaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' comic: Franchise/{{Batman}}, Franchise/{{Superman}}, and the Comicbook/MartianManhunter are talking about dreams they'd had. Batman and Superman discuss how they've both had dreams about how they're not themselves, but simply actors playing themselves on television. Martian Manhunter laments that he's never had a dream like that.that (not having had a live-action actor at that point).



* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' does this occasionally, usually to make comments about his own writing/drawing process. One example is a strip that was released around the time that ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' was released; Jason goes to see the movie, and when he gets home, Paige asks how he liked it:

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* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' does this occasionally, usually to make comments about his Bill Amend's own writing/drawing process. One example is a strip that was released around the time that ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' was released; Jason goes to see the movie, and when he gets home, Paige asks how he liked it:



* Done in ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'' when Woody reads the "Dark Kitty" comic book, an {{Expy}} of MarvelComics' ComicBook/BlackPanther (also written by Christopher Priest at the time). Woody [[WhoWritesThisCrap badmouths the book]] [[SelfDeprecation with criticisms that are entirely applicable]] to ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody''...

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* Done in ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'' when Woody reads the "Dark Kitty" comic book, an {{Expy}} of MarvelComics' ComicBook/BlackPanther (also written by Christopher Priest Creator/{{Christopher Priest| Comics}} at the time). Woody [[WhoWritesThisCrap badmouths the book]] [[SelfDeprecation with criticisms that are entirely applicable]] to ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody''...



** Also, in "Recap/AsterixAndTheCauldron" when Asterix and Obelix are trying to make money, Obelix suggests that they could tell tales of their adventures and call them, "The Adventures of Obelix the Gaul." Asterix then replies that nobody would pay to listen to that.
* A story in TalesFromTheCrypt called "Concerto for Violin and Werewolf" had the main character figure out the plot twist of the story because it was similar to one he had read in an American comic book called Tales from the Crypt. The story he refers to called "Midnight Mess" was an actual story that had been published a few issues before.

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** Also, in "Recap/AsterixAndTheCauldron" ''Recap/AsterixAndTheCauldron'' when Asterix and Obelix are trying to make money, Obelix suggests that they could tell tales of their adventures and call them, "The Adventures of Obelix the Gaul." Asterix then replies that nobody would pay to listen to that.
* A story in TalesFromTheCrypt Tales from the Crypt called "Concerto for Violin and Werewolf" had the main character figure out the plot twist of the story because it was similar to one he had read in an American comic book called Tales from the Crypt. The story he refers to to, called "Midnight Mess" Mess", was an actual story that had been published a few issues before.



* In ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil: Arkham War'' #2, Gordon tells Pierce that he and Bullock call end of the world scenarios "Apocalypse Wednesdays" because they seemed to occur weekly.
* In ''The Flash Annual'' #3, Future Flash, a future Barry Allen, says that if it wasn't for him, Wally would be married and have two kids, and that it's his fault Wally is dead. While the latter is more of guilt for not saving Wally, it's uncanny how this dialogue matches up with complaints about Barry's actions during ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' which led to the {{RetGon|e}}ing of Wally West and his entire family. Wally has since been reintroduced, but is significantly younger and isn't married, nor does he have two kids.

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* In ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil: Arkham War'' #2, Gordon tells Pierce that he and Bullock call end of the world scenarios "Apocalypse Wednesdays" because they seemed seem to occur weekly.
* In ''The Flash Annual'' #3, Future Flash, a future Barry Allen, says that if it wasn't for him, Wally would be married and have two kids, and that it's his fault Wally is dead. While the latter is more of guilt for not saving the current Wally, it's uncanny how this dialogue matches up with complaints about Barry's actions during ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' which led to the {{RetGon|e}}ing of the original Wally West and his entire family. The original Wally has since been reintroduced, but is significantly younger and isn't married, nor does he have two kids.



* Creator/ScottSnyder's ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' run has a very obvious example. Since he is the writer of the New 52 Batman series, he rewrote Batman's origin in his "Zero Year" arc, which began with ''Batman'' #0 during "Zero Month", when DC published the new origins (or part of the origin) of their characters about a year after their New 52 CosmicRetcon. The first page has Snyder blatantly telling people not to flip out because of change and the like, in the guise of a character talking about a refurbished bank. He even puts "Gotham National Bank" in bold, in case you don't get it:

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* Creator/ScottSnyder's ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' run has a very obvious example. Since he is was the writer of the New 52 ComicBook/New52 Batman series, he rewrote Batman's origin in his "Zero Year" arc, which began with ''Batman'' #0 during "Zero Month", when DC published the new origins (or part of the origin) of their characters about a year after their New 52 CosmicRetcon. The first page has Snyder blatantly telling people not to flip out because of change and the like, in the guise of a character talking about a refurbished bank. He even puts "Gotham National Bank" in bold, in case you don't get it:



* Modern Loki is so prolific in doing this that any given speech balloon has a significant chance of containing something that leans on the fourth wall. [[Comicbook/JourneyIntoMystery Lamenting]] that ''they'' don't have the power to write a happy ending for themselves while {{Aside Glanc|e}}ing at the reader (You could! Please!), [[Comicbook/LokiAgentOfAsgard stating]] that "It's never the end of all stories." about Comicbook/SecretWars2015 (Yeah. No. Not really a reboot.) [[Comicbook/{{Thor2014}} going on tangents]] about Loki being an important supporting character in Thor's life even when everything is Comicbook/{{All New All Different|Marvel}}.
* The FictionalVideoGame in which ''ComicBook/{{Noob}}'' has verbal KeywordsConversation. At some point a player is explaining somthing about {{Non Player Character}}s to his guildmates, using the [=NPC=] abbreviation. The impatient QuestGiver standing right next to them is baffled, wondering what a "Enpeecee" is.
* ''Comicbook/SpiderManDeadpool'' #6 is all about the current spate of superhero movies. An actress playing Comicbook/{{Storm}} asks why the other Marvel actors never talk to her, with the actor playing Wolverine saying that [[ExiledFromContinuity it's like they don't exist]].[[note]]The X-Men cannot be used in the [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] because their film rights are owned by [[Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Fox]].[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Deadpool}}'s [[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine movie debut]] proves to be a disaster behind the scenes and is eventually cancelled, but Spider-Man assures him he'll get [[Film/{{Deadpool}} another shot someday]]. Then, in a bit of SelfDeprecation, Spidey backs this up by saying Hollywood loves doing {{Continuity Reboot}}s of [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderManSeries the same stuff]] [[Film/SpiderManHomecoming the audience has already seen a dozen times before]]. And of course, the guys go to see a movie called ''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Nighthawk v. Hyperion: Yawn of Boredom]]'', which proves to be terrible, and has a NeverLiveItDown scene involving the two heroes' moms sharing a name.
* Done as TheReveal in ''Comicbook/NewSuperman'' #8: In the epilogue a mysterious figure visits the Energy Superman from ''Comicbook/SupermanSuperLeague'', claiming that he was there at the beginning, and if it wasn't for him there wouldn't ''be'' any superheroes. The final splash page shows that he's [[spoiler: the YellowPeril villain from the cover of ''Comicbook/DetectiveComics'' #1, which is exactly duplicated]].

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* Modern Loki is so prolific in doing this that any given speech balloon has a significant chance of containing something that leans on the fourth wall. [[Comicbook/JourneyIntoMystery Lamenting]] that ''they'' don't have the power to write a happy ending for themselves while {{Aside Glanc|e}}ing at the reader (You could! Please!), [[Comicbook/LokiAgentOfAsgard stating]] that "It's never the end of all stories." about Comicbook/SecretWars2015 (Yeah. No. Not really a reboot.) ), and [[Comicbook/{{Thor2014}} going on tangents]] about Loki being an important supporting character in Thor's life even when everything is Comicbook/{{All New All Different|Marvel}}.
* The FictionalVideoGame in which ''ComicBook/{{Noob}}'' takes place has verbal KeywordsConversation. At some point a player is explaining somthing something about {{Non Player Character}}s to his guildmates, using the [=NPC=] abbreviation. The impatient QuestGiver standing right next to them is baffled, wondering what a "Enpeecee" is.
* ''Comicbook/SpiderManDeadpool'' #6 is all about the current spate of superhero movies. An actress playing Comicbook/{{Storm}} asks why the other Marvel actors never talk to her, with the actor playing Wolverine ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} saying that [[ExiledFromContinuity it's like they don't exist]].[[note]]The X-Men cannot be used in the [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] because their film rights are owned by [[Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Fox]].[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Deadpool}}'s [[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine movie debut]] proves to be a disaster behind the scenes and is eventually cancelled, but Spider-Man assures him he'll get [[Film/{{Deadpool}} another shot someday]]. Then, in a bit of SelfDeprecation, Spidey backs this up by saying Hollywood loves doing {{Continuity Reboot}}s of [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderManSeries the same stuff]] [[Film/SpiderManHomecoming the audience has already seen a dozen times before]]. And of course, the guys go to see a movie called ''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Nighthawk v. Hyperion: Yawn of Boredom]]'', which proves to be terrible, and has a NeverLiveItDown scene involving the two heroes' moms sharing a name.
* Done as TheReveal in ''Comicbook/NewSuperman'' ''Comicbook/NewSuperMan'' #8: In in the epilogue a mysterious figure visits the Energy Superman Super-Man Zero (China's first attempt at creating a Superman, from ''Comicbook/SupermanSuperLeague'', ''Comicbook/SupermanSuperLeague''), claiming that he was there at the beginning, and if it wasn't for him there wouldn't ''be'' any superheroes. The final splash page shows that he's [[spoiler: the YellowPeril villain from the cover of ''Comicbook/DetectiveComics'' #1, which is exactly duplicated]].



* In ''New Chance'', Naruto met his father (still alive) in the first chapter. Chapter 2 starts with Naruto waking up and [[ThisIsReality thinking it one of the many dreams]] he has had where "his parents were still alive, sometimes only one, or the Kyuubi didn't attack Konoha." to name a few not realizing how many FanFic premises he's [[LampshadeHanging listing.]]

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* In ''New Chance'', Naruto met his father (still alive) in the first chapter. Chapter 2 starts with Naruto waking up and [[ThisIsReality thinking it one of the many dreams]] he has had where "his parents were still alive, sometimes only one, or the Kyuubi didn't attack Konoha." ", to name a few few, not realizing how many FanFic premises he's [[LampshadeHanging listing.]]



** [[VisualNovel/AceAttorney Phoenix]] makes an off-hand comment about one of his world's ShowWithinAShow ''The Steel Samurai'', and comments on how amazing it's that a kids show got so popular with the PeripheryDemographic. This wouldn't be a very remarkable comment, but he just happened to say it while being in [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Equestria]].

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** [[VisualNovel/AceAttorney Phoenix]] makes an off-hand comment about one of his world's ShowWithinAShow [[ShowWithinAShow shows within a show]], ''The Steel Samurai'', and comments on how amazing it's that a kids show got so popular with the PeripheryDemographic. This wouldn't be a very remarkable comment, but he just happened to say it while being in [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Equestria]].



* A rather gory ''Fan Fic'' of ''Digimon'', ''FanFic/TheInterloper'', has [[OriginalCharacter Christopher Van Numen]] regarding what had happened in that very day and how it all felt too perfect to be just a simple coincidence, all the while he infiltrates the DSI's R&D Wing, his thought process eventually goes into:

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* A rather gory ''Fan Fic'' of ''Digimon'', ''FanFic/TheInterloper'', has [[OriginalCharacter Christopher Van Numen]] regarding what had happened in that very day and how it all felt too perfect to be just a simple coincidence, all the while he infiltrates the DSI's R&D Wing, his thought process internal monologue eventually goes into:going:



* In the ''Manga/DeathNote'' [[AlternateUniverseFic AU]] ''FanFic/TheFaceless'' [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero Light is skeptical about having Naomi Penber, a woman, serving among his soldiers complaining that she might get pregnant and slow them down.]] Naomi counters that there was more of a chance of [[SlashFic Light getting]] [[MisterSeahorse pregnant]] than her.

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* In the ''Manga/DeathNote'' [[AlternateUniverseFic AU]] ''FanFic/TheFaceless'' [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero Light is skeptical about having Naomi Penber, a woman, serving among his soldiers soldiers, complaining that she might get pregnant and slow them down.]] Naomi counters that there was more of a chance of [[SlashFic Light getting]] [[MisterSeahorse pregnant]] than her.



* In ''Blind'' by Obsidian Sickle has a part where Naruto, Sakura and Sasuke are on the way to a client and go meta. During the trip Naruto (who's taken writing as a hobby) talks about how he's writing a story but is having problems. He says he wants to avoid just skipping parts but wonders what to write while characters travel saying "If they travel, it'll be boring to just say they're moving then skip to them at the destination". Sakura suggests putting in [[SeinfeldianConversation dialogue]] or say show CharacterDevelopment to spice it up.

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* In ''Blind'' by Obsidian Sickle has a part where Naruto, Sakura and Sasuke are on the way to a client and go meta. During the trip Naruto (who's taken writing as a hobby) talks about how he's writing a story but is having problems. He says he wants to avoid just skipping parts but wonders what to write while characters travel saying "If they travel, it'll be boring to just say they're moving then skip to them at the destination". Sakura suggests putting in [[SeinfeldianConversation dialogue]] or say show CharacterDevelopment to spice it up.



* In ''FanFic/{{Pokeumans}}'', Brandon's fight with Zeke the Charizard is going badly, not helped by being fought in a rom full of lava trickling down the walls. In his narration, after the fourth or so time he burns himself, he remarks that he felt like "some jerk was making me do this for comic relief".

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* In ''FanFic/{{Pokeumans}}'', Brandon's fight with Zeke the Charizard is going badly, not helped by being fought in a rom room full of lava trickling down the walls. In his narration, after the fourth or so time he burns himself, he remarks that he felt like "some jerk was making me do this for comic relief".



* A ''Anime/{{Trigun}}'' and ''Anime/{{Gungrave}}'' crossover fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11588935/1/Wintertime-Business Wintertime Business]] has Vash wondering why Brandon and Mika look like the people he knows in his era and ends up assuming that nobody there knows why. In truth, both series are created by Yasuhiro Nightow, and Brandon/Grave and Mika look like Legato and Meryl respectively.

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* A ''Anime/{{Trigun}}'' and ''Anime/{{Gungrave}}'' crossover fanfic fanfic, [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11588935/1/Wintertime-Business Wintertime Business]] Business]], has Vash wondering why Brandon and Mika look like the people he knows in his era and ends up assuming that nobody there knows why. In truth, both series are created by Yasuhiro Nightow, and Brandon/Grave and Mika look like Legato and Meryl respectively.



* The ending for ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'', has Mr. Pickles and Mr. Trout discussing how neatly everything has wrapped up, as if it was a story, "Assuming we're in one." The stinger goes on to have the pair debate their existence and whether all their actions are controlled by invisible giants. As the discussion continues, the audience sees the sped up movements of a stop-motion animator flitting about a miniature set, manipulating them both.

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* The ending for ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'', ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'' has Mr. Pickles and Mr. Trout discussing how neatly everything has wrapped up, as if it was a story, "Assuming we're in one." The stinger goes on to have the pair debate their existence and whether all their actions are controlled by invisible giants. As the discussion continues, the audience sees the sped up movements of a stop-motion animator flitting about a miniature set, manipulating them both.



* In ''{{Series/Workaholics}}'' "The Fabolous Murphy Sisters" Karl is apparently a videographer going to direct Adam in his demo tape for the guys' new sport-Karl is played by one of the show's co-creators who also frequently directs the episodes making Karl's use of film jargon "Talent on set" and surprisingly helpful direction less so.

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* In the ''{{Series/Workaholics}}'' episode "The Fabolous Fabulous Murphy Sisters" Karl is apparently a videographer going to direct Adam in his demo tape for the guys' new sport-Karl sport - Karl is played by one of the show's co-creators co-creators, who also frequently directs the episodes episodes, making Karl's use of film jargon "Talent on set" and surprisingly helpful direction less so.
12th Feb '17 6:16:32 AM DaibhidC
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* Done as TheReveal in ''Comicbook/NewSuperman'' #8: In the epilogue a mysterious figure visits the Chinese Superman from ''Comicbook/TheLastDaysOfSuperman'', claiming that he was there at the beginning, and if it wasn't for him there wouldn't ''be'' any superheroes. The final splash page shows that he's [[spoiler: the YellowPeril villain from the cover of ''Comicbook/DetectiveComics'' #1, which is exactly duplicated]].

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* Done as TheReveal in ''Comicbook/NewSuperman'' #8: In the epilogue a mysterious figure visits the Chinese Energy Superman from ''Comicbook/TheLastDaysOfSuperman'', ''Comicbook/SupermanSuperLeague'', claiming that he was there at the beginning, and if it wasn't for him there wouldn't ''be'' any superheroes. The final splash page shows that he's [[spoiler: the YellowPeril villain from the cover of ''Comicbook/DetectiveComics'' #1, which is exactly duplicated]].
12th Feb '17 6:13:00 AM DaibhidC
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* Done as TheReveal in ''Comicbook/NewSuperman'' #8: In the epilogue a mysterious figure visits the Chinese Superman from ''Comicbook/TheLastDaysOfSuperman'', claiming that he was there at the beginning, and if it wasn't for him there wouldn't ''be'' any superheroes. The final splash page shows that he's [[spoiler: Fui Onyui, the YellowPeril villain from the cover of ''Comicbook/DetectiveComics'' #1, which is exactly duplicated]].

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* Done as TheReveal in ''Comicbook/NewSuperman'' #8: In the epilogue a mysterious figure visits the Chinese Superman from ''Comicbook/TheLastDaysOfSuperman'', claiming that he was there at the beginning, and if it wasn't for him there wouldn't ''be'' any superheroes. The final splash page shows that he's [[spoiler: Fui Onyui, the YellowPeril villain from the cover of ''Comicbook/DetectiveComics'' #1, which is exactly duplicated]].
12th Feb '17 6:10:41 AM DaibhidC
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* Done as TheReveal in ''Comicbook/NewSuperman'' #8: In the epilogue a mysterious figure visits the Chinese Superman from ''Comicbook/TheLastDaysOfSuperman'', claiming that he was there at the beginning, and if it wasn't for him there wouldn't ''be'' any superheroes. The final splash page shows that he's [[spoiler: Fui Onyui, the YellowPeril villain from the cover of ''Comicbook/DetectiveComics'' #1, which is exactly duplicated]].
10th Feb '17 2:19:33 PM gb00393
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* ''GameOfThrones'' has [[TortureTechnician Ramsay Snow]] remark, "If you think this has a happy ending, [[CrapsackWorld you haven't been paying attention]]."

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* ''GameOfThrones'' ''GameOfThrones'':
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has [[TortureTechnician Ramsay Snow]] remark, "If you think this has a happy ending, [[CrapsackWorld you haven't been paying attention]]."
** Bran does it as well in the Season 6 teaser:
--> '''Bran:''' "They have no idea what's going to happen.
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26th Jan '17 4:35:28 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** Heck, sequence even outright ''bends'' the wall, as the live action footage has quite a few fictional elements slyly inserted in it. The Tokyo skyline has several buildings from the fictional Tokyo-3 placed among the real ones through effect shots, and the shots of the voice actresses alternates between them [[AsHimself as themselves]] facing the camera and them in cosplay as their characters with their backs to the camera.

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** Heck, the sequence even outright ''bends'' the wall, as the live action footage has quite a few fictional elements slyly inserted in it. The Tokyo skyline has several buildings from the fictional Tokyo-3 placed among the real ones through effect shots, and the shots of the voice actresses alternates between them [[AsHimself as themselves]] facing the camera and them in cosplay as their characters with their backs to the camera.
26th Jan '17 4:35:08 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** Heck, sequence even outright ''bends'' the wall, as the live action footage has quite a few fictional elements slyly inserted in it. The Tokyo skyline has several buildings from the fictional Tokyo-3 placed among the real ones through effect shots, and the shots of the voice actresses alternates between them [[AsHimself as themselves]] facing the camera and them in cosplay as their characters with their backs to the camera.
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