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22nd Apr '16 3:09:58 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''Anime/MacrossII'' was released in 1992 to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the show, but it was [[GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld done without Studio Nue's involvement]]. As a result, Studio Nue/Satelight declared ''Macross II'' to be an AlternateContinuity work.
** The franchise celebrated the 30th Anniversary with ''VideoGame/Macross30TheVoiceThatConnectsTheGalaxy'', a video game which brought characters from all the different shows (minus ''Macross II'') in an original story, justified via TimeTravel.

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** ''Anime/MacrossII'' was released in 1992 to celebrate the 10th Anniversary anniversary of the show, ''SDF Macross'', but it was [[GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld done without Studio Nue's involvement]]. As a result, Studio Nue/Satelight declared ''Macross II'' to be an AlternateContinuity work.
** The franchise celebrated the 30th Anniversary anniversary with ''VideoGame/Macross30TheVoiceThatConnectsTheGalaxy'', a video game which brought characters from all the different shows (minus ''Macross II'') in an original story, justified via TimeTravel.
12th Apr '16 5:56:32 PM MyFinalEdits
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** There is a reason for this though: Website/YouTube delivers a silver Play button to owners of channels which have surpassed 100,000 subscribers, and then delivers a gold one when those channels reach 1 million subscribers. These are equivalent to the golden records musicians receive for a best-selling album.
12th Apr '16 1:49:24 PM rcmerod52
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** There is a reason for this though: Website/YouTube delivers a silver Play button to owners of channels which have surpassed 100,000 subscribers, and then delivers a gold one when those channels reach 1 million subscribers. These are equivalent to the golden records musicians receive for a best-selling album.
11th Apr '16 9:16:30 PM MyFinalEdits
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* In 1985, DC Comics celebrated their 50th anniversary with ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', which brought a {{Cosmic|Retcon}} ContinuityReboot upon the Franchise/DCUniverse.
** 2005-2006's ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' took place twenty years after the original Crisis.

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* In 1985, DC Comics celebrated their 50th anniversary with ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', which brought a {{Cosmic|Retcon}} ContinuityReboot upon the Franchise/DCUniverse.
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Franchise/DCUniverse. Later on, 2005-2006's ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' took place twenty years after the original Crisis.



*** Speaking of the AVGN, his 10-year anniversary video[[note]]This considers the upload date of episode 3 ''and'' the date the channel was created, which is immediately displayed in the beginning of the video[[/note]] starts with him reflecting how [[TechnologyMarchesOn technology has advanced the past 10 years]]--PlayedForLaughs, of course (it took him ten years to get an HDTV). He then proceeds to review several ''Franchise/MegaManClassic'' and ''Franchise/MegaManX'' games. Halfway through, he claims to be quitting, and suddenly he finds himself travelling through AVGN history. The Nerd and his past self then end up reviewing the SoBadItsGood ''Mega Man'' DOS games, ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManX7''.

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*** Speaking of the AVGN, his ** The AVGN's 10-year anniversary video[[note]]This considers the upload date of episode 3 ''and'' the date the channel was created, which is immediately displayed in the beginning of the video[[/note]] starts with him reflecting how [[TechnologyMarchesOn technology has advanced the past 10 years]]--PlayedForLaughs, of course (it took him ten years to get an HDTV). He then proceeds to review several ''Franchise/MegaManClassic'' and ''Franchise/MegaManX'' games. Halfway through, he claims to be quitting, and suddenly he finds himself travelling through AVGN history. The Nerd and his past self then end up reviewing the SoBadItsGood ''Mega Man'' DOS games, ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManX7''.
11th Apr '16 7:04:21 PM JudasZala
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** 2005-2006's ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' took place twenty years after the original Crisis.
10th Apr '16 9:14:14 AM rcmerod52
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*** Speaking of the AVGN, his 10-year anniversary video[[note]]This considers the upload date of episode 3 ''and'' the date the channel was created, which is immediately displayed in the beginning of the video[[/note]] starts with him reflecting how [[TechnologyMarchesOn technology has advanced the past 10 years]]--PlayedForLaughs, of course (it took him ten years to get an HDTV). He then proceeds to review several ''Franchise/MegaManClassic'' and ''Franchise/MegaManX'' games. Halfway through, he claims to be quitting, and suddenly he finds himself travelling through AVGN history. The Nerd and his past self then end up reviewing the SoBadItsGood ''Mega Man'' DOS games, ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManX7''.
8th Apr '16 5:34:12 PM MagnusForce
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** ''Film/MothraVSGodzilla'' was the 5th anniversary, and the first movie to cross two Toho properties (''Film/KingKongVsGodzilla'' was the first film to cross Godzilla over with another movie monster, but of course Kong isn't a Toho property). Interestingly enough, ''Film/MothraVSGodzilla'' and ''Film/GhidorahTheThreeHeadedMonster'' were produced pretty much right in succession.

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** ''Film/MothraVSGodzilla'' was the 5th anniversary, and the first movie to cross two Toho properties (''Film/KingKongVsGodzilla'' was the first film to cross Godzilla over with another movie monster, but of course Kong isn't a Toho property).property[[note]]It is worth noting that ''Film/KingKongVsGodzilla'' was Toho's 30th birthday movie though.[[/note]]). Interestingly enough, ''Film/MothraVSGodzilla'' and ''Film/GhidorahTheThreeHeadedMonster'' were produced pretty much right in succession.



** On ''Series/Ultraman'''s 30th anniversary, Tsuburaya made ''Series/UltramanTiga'' in 1996, which finally revived the franchise from a 16-year hiatus in Japan. The show carried many homages to the older entries and one episode even had an alien go to 1966 to force Creator/EijiTsuburaya'' to make a monster for him to conquer Earth with Tiga teaming up with the original Ultraman too!

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** On ''Series/Ultraman'''s ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'''s 30th anniversary, Tsuburaya made ''Series/UltramanTiga'' in 1996, which finally revived the franchise from a 16-year hiatus in Japan. The show carried many homages to the older entries and one episode even had an alien go to 1966 1964 to force buy a monster from Creator/EijiTsuburaya'' to make a monster for him to conquer Earth with Tiga teaming up with the original Ultraman too!
1st Apr '16 11:10:38 AM akaun6899
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** ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 3}}'', and ''Anime/{{Pokémon4Ever}}'' were digitally remastered.

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** ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 3}}'', and ''Anime/{{Pokémon4Ever}}'' ''Anime/Pokemon4Ever'' were digitally remastered.
1st Apr '16 11:09:27 AM akaun6899
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** ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 3}}'', and ''Anime/Pokémon4Ever'' were digitally remastered.

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** ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 3}}'', and ''Anime/Pokémon4Ever'' ''Anime/{{Pokémon4Ever}}'' were digitally remastered.
1st Apr '16 11:08:44 AM akaun6899
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** ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 3}}'' were digitally remastered.

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** ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}'', ''Anime/{{Pokemon 3}}'' 3}}'', and ''Anime/Pokémon4Ever'' were digitally remastered.
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