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4th Mar '17 6:07:38 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Scenes in two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' show someone reading a ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonsAdventures'' comic book. (Both are owned by Warner Communications.)

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* Scenes in two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' show someone reading a ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonsAdventures'' ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' comic book. (Both are owned by Warner Communications.)
3rd Mar '17 11:37:53 PM MikeRosoft
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* In Terry Pratchett's ''The Science of Discworld'', the wizards create a universe containing 'Roundworld', where physics works but magic and narrative logic don't. The computer Hex tells them not to destroy is because "Recursion has occured".

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* In Terry Pratchett's ''The Science of Discworld'', the wizards create a universe containing 'Roundworld', where physics works but magic and narrative logic don't. The computer Hex tells them not to destroy is it because "Recursion has occured".
3rd Mar '17 1:44:09 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* Scenes in two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' show someone reading a ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonsAdventures'' comic book. (Both are owned by Warner Communications.)
17th Feb '17 10:23:43 PM Doug86
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* A tricky one: ''Series/GreenAcres'' coexists with ''Series/PetticoatJunction'', and ''Petticoat Junction'' coexists with ''Series/BeverlyHillbillies'', but ''Beverly Hillbillies'' is fictional on ''Green Acres'' (and is Eb's favorite show).
** In one episode of ''Green Acres'' Eb even watches an episode of ''Petticoat Junction.''

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* A tricky one: ''Series/GreenAcres'' coexists with ''Series/PetticoatJunction'', and ''Petticoat Junction'' coexists with ''Series/BeverlyHillbillies'', ''Series/TheBeverlyHillbillies'', but ''Beverly Hillbillies'' is fictional on ''Green Acres'' (and is Eb's favorite show).
** In one episode of ''Green Acres'' Eb even watches an episode of ''Petticoat Junction.''Junction''.
24th Jan '17 4:22:15 PM trademark
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* Pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}} at least, Earth-One and Earth-Two were fictional to each other, and on [[WelcomeToTheRealWorld Earth-Prime]], supposedly all the other alternate universes were fictional.

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* Pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}} at least, Earth-One and Earth-Two were was fictional to each other, Earth-One, which is why the writers had to create the multiverse so that Barry Allen could have a crossover with Jay Garrick. In Barry's first appearance, he mentioned how Jay was his favorite comic book hero, but lamented how the Flash was merely a fictional character. In a later story, Barry travelled to Earth-D where he was a fictional character and on [[WelcomeToTheRealWorld Earth-Prime]], supposedly all the other alternate universes were fictional.local version of the Flash, Tanaka Rei, grew up idolizing Barry Allen and reading Barry's adventures in comics.
24th Jan '17 4:07:17 PM trademark
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* In ''{{VideoGame/Overwatch}}'', D.Va's backstory is that she's a professional ''{{Franchise/Starcraft}}'' player indicating that ''Starcraft'' is fictional in the world of ''Overwatch''. Meanwhile, ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm'' is a crossover of all of Blizzard's franchises including ''Overwatch'' and ''Starcraft'' with all of the different franchises belonging to different universes in a shared {{Multiverse}}.
8th Jan '17 3:00:35 PM nombretomado
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* Played with in M. [=McGregor=]'s ''[[http://www.tthfanfic.org/Story-16694-62/MMcGregor+The+Wonderland+Subject.htm The Wonderland Subject]]'', a dimension-hopping ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' / UltimateMarvel crossover in which each universe has fiction based on the other one. Xander and Jean Grey spend quite a while [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee being fannish at each other]].

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* Played with in M. [=McGregor=]'s ''[[http://www.tthfanfic.org/Story-16694-62/MMcGregor+The+Wonderland+Subject.htm The Wonderland Subject]]'', a dimension-hopping ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' / UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel crossover in which each universe has fiction based on the other one. Xander and Jean Grey spend quite a while [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee being fannish at each other]].
25th Dec '16 11:35:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* An episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone1960'' entitled "A World of His Own" somehow managed to do this to ''itself''. The story deals with a writer named Gregory West who can [[RealityWarper cause fictional characters to appear in real life]] if he dictates descriptions of them into his tape recorder, and cause them to disappear again by burning the tape he described them on. At the end of the episode, [[OnceAnEpisode as is traditional]] Rod Serling appears to give the story's closing narration.

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* An episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone1960'' ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959'' entitled "A World of His Own" somehow managed to do this to ''itself''. The story deals with a writer named Gregory West who can [[RealityWarper cause fictional characters to appear in real life]] if he dictates descriptions of them into his tape recorder, and cause them to disappear again by burning the tape he described them on. At the end of the episode, [[OnceAnEpisode as is traditional]] Rod Serling appears to give the story's closing narration.
25th Dec '16 11:35:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* An episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' entitled "A World of His Own" somehow managed to do this to ''itself''. The story deals with a writer named Gregory West who can [[RealityWarper cause fictional characters to appear in real life]] if he dictates descriptions of them into his tape recorder, and cause them to disappear again by burning the tape he described them on. At the end of the episode, [[OnceAnEpisode as is traditional]] Rod Serling appears to give the story's closing narration.
--> '''Rod Serling:''' We hope you enjoyed tonight's romantic story on ''TheTwilightZone''. At the same time, [[ThisIsAWorkOfFiction we want you to realize that it was, of course, purely fictional]]. [[ThisIsReality In real life]], [[WhoWritesThisCrap such ridiculous nonsense could never]]...

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* An episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/TheTwilightZone1960'' entitled "A World of His Own" somehow managed to do this to ''itself''. The story deals with a writer named Gregory West who can [[RealityWarper cause fictional characters to appear in real life]] if he dictates descriptions of them into his tape recorder, and cause them to disappear again by burning the tape he described them on. At the end of the episode, [[OnceAnEpisode as is traditional]] Rod Serling appears to give the story's closing narration.
--> '''Rod Serling:''' We hope you enjoyed tonight's romantic story on ''TheTwilightZone''.''The Twilight Zone''. At the same time, [[ThisIsAWorkOfFiction we want you to realize that it was, of course, purely fictional]]. [[ThisIsReality In real life]], [[WhoWritesThisCrap such ridiculous nonsense could never]]...
10th Dec '16 9:14:40 PM 64SuperNintendo
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