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27th Dec '15 8:59:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''MarvelUniverse'' has a superhero known as {{Sleepwalker}}. When bad things are happening, this hero's mundane alter ego doesn't run into a phone booth to change clothes. Instead, he simply takes a nap, freeing his mind to manifest his superhero self.

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* ''MarvelUniverse'' has a superhero known as {{Sleepwalker}}.ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}. When bad things are happening, this hero's mundane alter ego doesn't run into a phone booth to change clothes. Instead, he simply takes a nap, freeing his mind to manifest his superhero self.
15th Sep '15 7:56:22 PM nombretomado
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* Two examples from (PreCrisis) {{Superman}} comics:

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* Two examples from (PreCrisis) (pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}}) {{Superman}} comics:
3rd Sep '15 7:57:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* UrsulaKLeGuin's ''{{The Lathe of Heaven}}''. George Orr has effective dreams that can change reality.

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* UrsulaKLeGuin's ''{{The ''Literature/{{The Lathe of Heaven}}''. George Orr has effective dreams that can change reality.
27th Jul '15 11:17:34 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* La Novia De Jason was described as a living nightmare in LLF
11th May '15 1:13:42 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Goblins}}'', this is the explanation for the Lesser Finger Horror: a demon kept a promise to cure a little boy's recurring nightmares, but did so by bringing them into the physical world.
* ''{{Homestuck}}'': The dream selves of Sburb players are a type 1. They exist as physical entities which actually coexist alongside the players in the Incipisphere (though owing to the scale of the game they're generally restricted to operating on [[DreamLand Prospit and Derse]]), can serve as an "extra life" should the player's real self be killed, and become the player's real self in the process of [[CameBackStrong God Tier ascension]]. To "awaken" one's dream self and thus be able to be it in one's sleep isn't particularly easy and usually involves some sort of trauma. By default they're the same person as their real self, sharing a mind and consciousness, but rare circumstances can cause a dream self to become a autonomous entity, as [[SpiritAdvisor Jadesprite]] did.

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* In ''{{Goblins}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'', this is the explanation for the Lesser Finger Horror: a demon kept a promise to cure a little boy's recurring nightmares, but did so by bringing them into the physical world.
* ''{{Homestuck}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': The dream selves of Sburb players are a type 1. They exist as physical entities which actually coexist alongside the players in the Incipisphere (though owing to the scale of the game they're generally restricted to operating on [[DreamLand Prospit and Derse]]), can serve as an "extra life" should the player's real self be killed, and become the player's real self in the process of [[CameBackStrong God Tier ascension]]. To "awaken" one's dream self and thus be able to be it in one's sleep isn't particularly easy and usually involves some sort of trauma. By default they're the same person as their real self, sharing a mind and consciousness, but rare circumstances can cause a dream self to become a autonomous entity, as [[SpiritAdvisor Jadesprite]] did.
30th Apr '15 8:57:45 AM nombretomado
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* The Crackler, a {{Kaiju}} from ''GodzillaTheSeries''.

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* The Crackler, a {{Kaiju}} from ''GodzillaTheSeries''.''WesternAnimation/GodzillaTheSeries''.
27th Dec '14 2:59:50 AM thatother1dude
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* Paprika in "Anime/{{Paprika}}" is the alternate self of the main character, who only exists when the main character enters other people's dreams.
* In "Anime/{{Paranoia Agent}}" both [[spoiler: Shonen Bat and Maromi]] are Living Dreams of the main character.

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* Paprika in "Anime/{{Paprika}}" ''Anime/{{Paprika}}'' is the alternate self of the main character, who only exists when the main character enters other people's dreams.
* In "Anime/{{Paranoia Agent}}" ''Anime/{{Paranoia Agent}}'' both [[spoiler: Shonen Bat and Maromi]] are Living Dreams of the main character.
character. [[spoiler:The former eventually [[{{Tulpa}} gains an existence independent from her]].]]
27th Dec '14 2:58:07 AM thatother1dude
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', [[spoiler:Prismo]] is an old man's dream made manifest. [[spoiler:The Lich gets rid of dream Prismo by killing the old man.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', [[spoiler:Prismo]] is an old man's dream made manifest. He'll stop existing if the man stops dreaming, but come back once he goes back to sleep. [[spoiler:The Lich gets rid of dream Prismo by killing kills the old man.man, but even ''someone else'' dreaming in the old man's place brings Prismo back.]]
27th Dec '14 2:56:30 AM thatother1dude
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', [[spoiler:Prismo]] is an old man's dream made manifest. [[spoiler:The Lich gets rid of dream Prismo by killing the old man.]]
19th Oct '14 8:23:42 PM thatother1dude
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* ''FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' revolved around this. The imaginary friends are brought to life when someone dreams them up but they never cease to exist thus the foster home set up for them.
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