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19th Jan '16 8:58:24 AM Caya
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13th Jan '16 6:56:44 PM nombretomado
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* Similarly, in the late 1980s comic book mini-series ''SquadronSupreme'', Power Princess (a pastiche of Wonder Woman) is shown caring for her septugenarian husband, whom she married in the 1940s when she first left Utopia Isle.
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* Similarly, in the late 1980s comic book mini-series ''SquadronSupreme'', ''ComicBook/SquadronSupreme'', Power Princess (a pastiche of Wonder Woman) is shown caring for her septugenarian husband, whom she married in the 1940s when she first left Utopia Isle.
6th Jan '16 10:59:00 AM BURGINABC
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* 'WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
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6th Jan '16 10:57:17 AM BURGINABC
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* Occurred in the backstory of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' between Steven's parents, his father being a normal man and his mother an immortal StarfishAlien. She even explicitly tried to push him away at first because of it. And then [[DeathByOriginStory she for all intents and purposes died in childbirth]]. * Discussed between Steven himself, who inherited his mother's agelessness, and his friend Connie:
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* 'WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': ** Occurred in the backstory of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' between Steven's parents, his father being a normal man and his mother an immortal StarfishAlien. She even explicitly tried to push him away at first because of it. And then [[DeathByOriginStory she for all intents and purposes died in childbirth]]. * ** Discussed between Steven himself, who seems to have possibly inherited his mother's agelessness, and his friend Connie:
5th Jan '16 10:24:43 PM M84
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* In the semi-revisionist fantasy webcomic ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'', it was fashionable for some time in the past for the immortal elves to take on human lovers, so that they can experience the mourning, sad joy of seeing their lover grow old and die (especially since relationships between two immortal ''elves'' inevitably resulted in the two getting bored with each other over the decades or centuries); apparently this was their culture's take on ''mono no aware''. Elves, in this story, have a lot in common linguistically and culturally with Japan. [[spoiler:Jon and Sara go down this path in the end. The story concludes with Sara visiting Jon's grave with their half-elf daughter.]]
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* In the semi-revisionist fantasy webcomic ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'', it was fashionable for some time in the past for the immortal elves to take on human lovers, so that they can experience the mourning, sad joy of seeing their lover grow old and die (especially since relationships between two immortal ''elves'' inevitably resulted in the two getting bored with each other over the decades or centuries); apparently this was their culture's take on ''mono no aware''. Elves, in this story, have a lot in common linguistically and culturally with Japan. [[spoiler:Jon and Sara Sarine go down this path in the end. The story concludes with Sara Sarine visiting Jon's grave with their half-elf daughter.]]
5th Jan '16 10:23:46 PM M84
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* In the semi-revisionist fantasy webcomic ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'', it was fashionable for some time in the past for the immortal elves to take on human lovers, so that they can experience the mourning, sad joy of seeing their lover grow old and die (especially since relationships between two immortal ''elves'' inevitably resulted in the two getting bored with each other over the decades or centuries); apparently this was their culture's take on ''mono no aware''. Elves, in this story, have a lot in common linguistically and culturally with Japan.
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* In the semi-revisionist fantasy webcomic ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'', it was fashionable for some time in the past for the immortal elves to take on human lovers, so that they can experience the mourning, sad joy of seeing their lover grow old and die (especially since relationships between two immortal ''elves'' inevitably resulted in the two getting bored with each other over the decades or centuries); apparently this was their culture's take on ''mono no aware''. Elves, in this story, have a lot in common linguistically and culturally with Japan. [[spoiler:Jon and Sara go down this path in the end. The story concludes with Sara visiting Jon's grave with their half-elf daughter.]]
5th Jan '16 9:40:16 PM FF32
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* Discussed between Steven himself, who inherited his mother's agelessness, and his friend Connie: -->'''Steven:''' When Connie grows up and becomes president, what's that gonna make me? ''First boy!?''
5th Jan '16 6:55:02 AM Willbyr
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* In ''ImmortalRain'', Rain and Machika have this problem. * Evangeline [=McDowell's=] [[StalkerWithACrush infatuation]] with Nagi Springfield in the backstory of ''MahouSenseiNegima'' hit both this trope and MayDecemberRomance from opposite directions. He was in his late teens at the youngest when they first met, while she had been [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld ten for the past several centuries]]. He was not having any, and eventually sealed her on the campus of Mahora Acadamy to keep her away from him.
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* In ''ImmortalRain'', ''Manga/ImmortalRain'', Rain and Machika have this problem. * Evangeline [=McDowell's=] [[StalkerWithACrush infatuation]] with Nagi Springfield in the backstory of ''MahouSenseiNegima'' ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' hit both this trope and MayDecemberRomance from opposite directions. He was in his late teens at the youngest when they first met, while she had been [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld ten for the past several centuries]]. He was not having any, and eventually sealed her on the campus of Mahora Acadamy to keep her away from him.
4th Jan '16 7:41:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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* DoctorStrange's lover Clea is immortal (as is every native of the Dark Dimension) and she's currently about seven centuries old, despite her youthful looks. Still, they've been an OfficialCouple ever since they met in ''Strange Tales #126'', dating back to 1964.
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* DoctorStrange's ComicBook/DoctorStrange's lover Clea is immortal (as is every native of the Dark Dimension) and she's currently about seven centuries old, despite her youthful looks. Still, they've been an OfficialCouple ever since they met in ''Strange Tales #126'', dating back to 1964.
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