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19th Jul '16 7:44:35 AM ChronoLegion
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* Subverted in Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''[[Literature/NightWatch The Last Watch]]'', where Anton believes [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Kostya]] is still alive because his body was never recovered, however, [[spoiler: it's revealed that the body ''was'' found, only Geser decided not to show Anton the incinerated body of his best friend]].

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* Subverted in Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''[[Literature/NightWatch The Last Watch]]'', where Anton believes [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Kostya]] is still alive because his body was never recovered, however, [[spoiler: it's revealed that the body ''was'' found, only Geser decided not to show Anton the incinerated body of his best friend]]. friend. In ''Sixth Watch'', though, Kostya returns, courtesy of the Twilight, and becomes one of the most powerful vampires]].
19th Jul '16 7:39:34 AM ChronoLegion
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* [[spoiler:Irene Adler]] in ''Series/{{Elementary}}''. All that was found was a pool of her blood, more than a person could survive losing. [[spoiler:Sure enough, she turns up alive in the penultimate episode of the first season.]]

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* [[spoiler:Irene Adler]] in ''Series/{{Elementary}}''. All that was found was a pool of her blood, more than a person could survive losing. [[spoiler:Sure enough, she turns up alive in the penultimate episode of the first season. Furthermore, Sherlock eventually discovers that the man who supposedly killed her was actually set up by the mysterious Moriarty... which turns out to be Irene's true identity. She has been playing him all along, even managing to put on a very convincing American accent for the role of Irene.]]
19th Jul '16 7:33:25 AM ChronoLegion
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** Played with in "The Abominable Bride". The Bride's body is in the morgue, but she still manages to murder her husband with plenty of witnesses. Later, she also appears to murder several more people. [[spoiler:It turns out to be a big conspiracy. The Bride didn't actually kill herself in public, faking her death and putting a look-alike in the morgue. After killing her abusive husband, she allowed a co-conspirator to shoot her to put a proper body in the morgue (she had TB anyway). All the other killings were committed by members of the conspiracy dressed up as the Bride, frequently by the men's wives themselves. It's heavily implied they deserved it]]. This also serves to convince Sherlock that [[spoiler:Moriarty is indeed dead, and that someone else uses his name to commit crimes]].
19th Jul '16 7:33:25 AM ChronoLegion
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19th Jul '16 7:23:31 AM ChronoLegion
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** They do, at least, recover the body of Duncan Idaho, even though we're not told or shown it (there probably wasn't much left after he received a missile to the face). It was a few years, but the Tleilaxu manage to regrow the remains into a ghola.
19th Jul '16 7:18:39 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Series/{{Moonlight}}'', Mick stabbed his wife Coraline and left her trapped in a burning building. Taking a NoOneCouldSurviveThat attitude, he never actually saw her ashes. [[spoiler:Turns out she's NotQuiteDead.]]

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* In ''Series/{{Moonlight}}'', Mick stabbed his wife Coraline and left her trapped in a burning building. Taking a NoOneCouldSurviveThat attitude, he never actually saw her ashes. [[spoiler:Turns out she's NotQuiteDead.]]]] He should have thought something was strange, when [[spoiler:she was able to get up after being stabbed in the chest with a stake, an act that normally paralyses vampires]].
18th Jul '16 8:20:56 AM Monolaf317
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* In [=ClockUp=]'s ''Euphoria'', Andou Miyako's is never stated as ''dead'' in the game. Her dying body just disappears from the electric chair room after the events of the first "Keyhole" room, no matter who you choose. This is something even her VA brings up in the extras.
12th Jul '16 8:20:36 PM PaulA
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* In Jeramey Kraatz's ''Literature/TheCloakSociety'', though Cloak knew the victims of the Umbra Gun were transported to the Gloom, everyone else assumed they were dead. [[spoiler:Including the victims, who guessed it was a horrible {{Afterlife}}]].

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* In Jeramey Kraatz's ''Literature/TheCloakSociety'', though Cloak knew the victims of the Umbra Gun were transported to the Gloom, everyone else assumed they were dead. [[spoiler:Including the victims, who [[MistakenForAfterlife guessed it was a horrible {{Afterlife}}]].afterlife]]]].
10th Jul '16 4:51:33 AM Deadbeatloser22
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* The nature of combat during WorldWarOne made this common; memorials such as the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menin_Gate Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thiepval_Memorial Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme]] carry the names of the dead who have no known grave.
7th Jul '16 11:25:22 PM merotoker
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* ''Anime/MazingerZ'': Kouji, Sayaka and the remainder characters never found Dr. Hell's body and assumed he was dead. Granted, it would be hard to search and find his body given that [[spoiler:in the original manga his SuperVillainLair / HumongousMecha got blown up in middle of the ocean; in the anime series, the CoolAirship where he was fleeing got blown to bits and the remains sank in the ocean; and in another manga version, he was inside of his SuperVillainLair as it drifted spacewards, bleeding to death due to a stab wound.]] Still, he [[spoiler:returned at the last season of ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' like The second DragonInChief of the BigBad.]]

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* ''Anime/MazingerZ'': Kouji, Sayaka and the remainder characters never found Dr. Hell's body and assumed he was dead. Granted, it would be hard to search and find his body given that [[spoiler:in the original manga his SuperVillainLair / HumongousMecha got blown up in middle of the ocean; in the anime series, the CoolAirship where he was fleeing got blown to bits and the remains sank in the ocean; and in another manga version, he was inside of his SuperVillainLair as it drifted spacewards, bleeding to death due to a stab wound.]] Still, he [[spoiler:returned at the last season of ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' like The second DragonInChief of the BigBad.]]BigBad]].



** They never found [[spoiler:Cross Marian]]'s body either. [[spoiler:His guards were put to sleep, and his [[CoolMask mask]] was found with a bullet hole in it in the middle of a pool of blood large enough that the blood loss ought to have killed him, along with his EmpathicWeapon. Recent chapter 222, which is 54 chapters after his disappearance, has confirmed that he's alive. Road mentions in her dream world that he's sleeping, and she wants him to continue doing so for a bit longer. But the trope can still aply as we still don't know who has his body while he's possibly comatose]]

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** They never found [[spoiler:Cross Marian]]'s body either. [[spoiler:His guards were put to sleep, and his [[CoolMask mask]] was found with a bullet hole in it in the middle of a pool of blood large enough that the blood loss ought to have killed him, along with his EmpathicWeapon. Recent chapter 222, which is 54 chapters after his disappearance, has confirmed that he's alive. Road mentions in her dream world that he's sleeping, and she wants him to continue doing so for a bit longer. But the trope can still aply apply as we still don't know who has his body while he's possibly comatose]]



** {{Discussed}} in another instance in the series. Wedge comments that sometimes he half-expects lost squadmates to walk into his office one day. (Usually in these cases there's no body because they were incinerated when their X-Wings were blown up.)

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** {{Discussed}} {{Discussed|Trope}} in another instance in the series. Wedge comments that sometimes he half-expects lost squadmates to walk into his office one day. (Usually in these cases there's no body because they were incinerated when their X-Wings were blown up.)



* In ''Literature/TheRedVixenAdventures'' after six-year old Alinadar's family is murdered by pirates and she's taken by them to become a [[ChildSoldiers child soldier]], her brother Lu (who wasn't on their family's ship at the time) is GenreSavvy enough to invoke this trope and keep searching twenty years for her.

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* In ''Literature/TheRedVixenAdventures'' after six-year old Alinadar's family is murdered by pirates and she's taken by them to become a [[ChildSoldiers child soldier]], {{child soldier|s}}, her brother Lu (who wasn't on their family's ship at the time) is GenreSavvy enough to invoke this trope and keep searching twenty years for her.



* Creator/AlanGarner's novel ''Boneland'' deals with what happened to the protaganists of the much earlier books''Literature/TheWeirdstoneOfBrisingamen'' and ''The Moon of Gomrath'' after the end of the latter novel. The central character here is Colin, grown to adulthood and dealing with psychological problems brought about by his real - or imagined - childhood experiences. His sister Susan is thought of as dead, having ridden a horse to the lake of Redesmere which figured in the earlier books. The horse is found safe and well on an island in the lake. The inquest presumed she had drowned in the lake. But no body was found. [[spoiler:At the end of the previous book, ''The Moon of Gomrath'', Redesmere is the enchanted home of The Lady of the Lake, Angharad Goldenhand, who schooled Susan in witch-magic. She restrained Susan from riding into the Otherworld with the Sisters of the Moon, telling her "your time is not yet. But soon..." This strong hint of what ''really'' happened to Susan recurs throughout ''Boneland''.]]

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* Creator/AlanGarner's novel ''Boneland'' deals with what happened to the protaganists protagonists of the much earlier books''Literature/TheWeirdstoneOfBrisingamen'' and ''The Moon of Gomrath'' after the end of the latter novel. The central character here is Colin, grown to adulthood and dealing with psychological problems brought about by his real - or imagined - childhood experiences. His sister Susan is thought of as dead, having ridden a horse to the lake of Redesmere which figured in the earlier books. The horse is found safe and well on an island in the lake. The inquest presumed she had drowned in the lake. But no body was found. [[spoiler:At the end of the previous book, ''The Moon of Gomrath'', Redesmere is the enchanted home of The Lady of the Lake, Angharad Goldenhand, who schooled Susan in witch-magic. She restrained Susan from riding into the Otherworld with the Sisters of the Moon, telling her "your time is not yet. But soon..." This strong hint of what ''really'' happened to Susan recurs throughout ''Boneland''.]]



** Clark has a routine of [[XRayVision x-raying]] the graves of anyone who's supposed to be dead, like Emily Dinsmoore or Chloe, determining whether or not there's a body. [[spoiler:Emily's body is used for Lex's cloning experiements and Chloe is shoved into an underground tunnel before her house blows up, although Lex lies to him and said there isn't a body to bury because she was blown into millions of pieces.]]

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** Clark has a routine of [[XRayVision x-raying]] the graves of anyone who's supposed to be dead, like Emily Dinsmoore or Chloe, determining whether or not there's a body. [[spoiler:Emily's body is used for Lex's cloning experiements experiments and Chloe is shoved into an underground tunnel before her house blows up, although Lex lies to him and said there isn't a body to bury because she was blown into millions of pieces.]]



* ''TabletopGame/SpiritOfTheCentury'' has a stunt that lets PlayerCharacters do this, but it's generally assumed that if anyone dies offscreen, then they're liable to come back. The stunt just lets you come back in the same session.

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* ''TabletopGame/SpiritOfTheCentury'' has a stunt that lets PlayerCharacters {{Player Character}}s do this, but it's generally assumed that if anyone dies offscreen, then they're liable to come back. The stunt just lets you come back in the same session.



* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', WordOfGod made it the official rule. Death off-screen, not found the body? So don't believe what other character say, they will come back.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', WordOfGod made it the official rule. Death off-screen, not found the body? So don't believe what other character say, they will come back.



** This happens in ''Call of Duty Black Ops''. During the mission Vorkuta, Reznov and Mason orchestrate a prison break from a Russian Gulag that ends with them being the only two prisoners that successfully escape. Once outside the prison Reznov distracts their pursuers by drawing the Russians away from their escape train believing that freedom could only be achieved for Mason, though Reznov is seen later on. Later it is revealed that [[spoiler: Reznov, officially speaking, died giving his life so that Mason could escape and that the Reznov we see is a hallucination in Mason's mind.]] Though it is revealed that the body was never found and [[spoiler: a man heavily implied to be Reznov gives a CIA contact an e-mail telling him he is willing to help Mason out and provide freedom for both of them this time,]] things are looking up for his survival.

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** This happens in ''Call of Duty Black Ops''. During the mission Vorkuta, Reznov and Mason orchestrate a prison break from a Russian Gulag that ends with them being the only two prisoners that successfully escape. Once outside the prison Reznov distracts their pursuers by drawing the Russians away from their escape train believing that freedom could only be achieved for Mason, though Reznov is seen later on. Later it is revealed that [[spoiler: Reznov, officially speaking, died giving his life so that Mason could escape and that the Reznov we see is a hallucination in Mason's mind.]] mind]]. Though it is revealed that the body was never found and [[spoiler: a man heavily implied to be Reznov gives a CIA contact an e-mail telling him he is willing to help Mason out and provide freedom for both of them this time,]] things are looking up for his survival.



* Subverted in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor''. Aya is a major character in the backstory, who [[spoiler:disappeared without a trace into the demon world before the game starts.]] Even when you go there at the game's end, you never find her.

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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor''. Aya is a major character in the backstory, who [[spoiler:disappeared without a trace into the demon world before the game starts.]] starts]]. Even when you go there at the game's end, you never find her.



** WordOfGod says [[spoiler: he's dead--and since he hasn't made a reappearance up to the end of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', seven years after he started getting the nightmares leading up to his Calling, it looks likely he's not around anymore, making this trope averted in the usual spirit.]]
** A Dalish Elf Warden can play this card throughout their origin whenever they're discouraged from [[spoiler: looking for Tamlen on grounds that he's probably already dead. Well, it turns out he may or may not be, [[TragicMonster it just depends on what you consider "alive"...]]]]

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** WordOfGod says [[spoiler: he's dead--and since he hasn't made a reappearance up to the end of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', seven years after he started getting the nightmares leading up to his Calling, it looks likely he's not around anymore, making this trope averted in the usual spirit.]]
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** A Dalish Elf Warden can play this card throughout their origin whenever they're discouraged from [[spoiler: looking for Tamlen on grounds that he's probably already dead. Well, it turns out he may or may not be, [[TragicMonster it just depends on what you consider "alive"...]]]]"alive"..]]]].



** The animatronics kill night guards by forcefully stuffing them inside sharp and dangerous animatronic suits, essentially shredding their body (besides the eyeballs and teeth), allowing [[CorruptCorporateExecutive the management]] to simply sweep any blood and guts under the carpet and file a missing person report afterwards (as per stated company policy) to cover their rears from legal repurcussions. [[spoiler:Phone Guy is even implied to have met his end this way.]]
** Through hidden posters that randomly show up, you learn that [[spoiler:five children disappeared at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza one day and no bodies, alive or dead, were found. However, no-one ever seems to have checked inside the suits, as some time afterwards the animatronics began to smell bad, leak blood and mucus, and get compared to rotting carcasses..]]

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** The animatronics kill night guards by forcefully stuffing them inside sharp and dangerous animatronic suits, essentially shredding their body (besides the eyeballs and teeth), allowing [[CorruptCorporateExecutive the management]] to simply sweep any blood and guts under the carpet and file a missing person report afterwards (as per stated company policy) to cover their rears from legal repurcussions.repercussions. [[spoiler:Phone Guy is even implied to have met his end this way.]]
** Through hidden posters that randomly show up, you learn that [[spoiler:five children disappeared at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza one day and no bodies, alive or dead, were found. However, no-one ever seems to have checked inside the suits, as some time afterwards the animatronics began to smell bad, leak blood and mucus, and get compared to rotting carcasses..]]carcasses]].



* Oasis, from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', has been killed and returned several times; the trope was {{lampshade|Hanging}}d [[http://www.sluggy.com/daily.php?date=000528 here]]. Later on, it became a plot point that you might actually [[spoiler: be able to ''find'' a body and still count on her coming back.]]

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* Oasis, from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', has been killed and returned several times; the trope was {{lampshade|Hanging}}d [[http://www.sluggy.com/daily.php?date=000528 here]]. Later on, it became a plot point that you might actually [[spoiler: be able to ''find'' a body and still count on her coming back.]]back]].



* Discussed and {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0793.html here]]. Apparently, being GenreSavvy requires you to be GenreBlind.

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* Discussed and {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0793.html here]]. Apparently, being GenreSavvy requires you to be GenreBlind.{{Genre Blind|ness}}.



* [[spoiler: The i-Jin of]] Jeeves tried to use this trope in ''WebComic/AndShineHeavenNow'' to convince Walter that he was who he said he was: Jeeves had gone missing during World War 2 and was presumed dead, but they NeverFoundTheBody, so it was reasonable that he was still alive. He didn't count on one thing though: [[spoiler: Walter was the one to MercyKill Jeeves in the first place.]]

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* [[spoiler: The i-Jin of]] Jeeves tried to use this trope in ''WebComic/AndShineHeavenNow'' to convince Walter that he was who he said he was: Jeeves had gone missing during World War 2 and was presumed dead, but they NeverFoundTheBody, never found the body, so it was reasonable that he was still alive. He didn't count on one thing though: [[spoiler: Walter was the one to MercyKill Jeeves in the first place.]]



* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', [[spoiler: The Meta]] fell off a cliff after suffering injuries that [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat no one else could survive]], hooked to a falling ''Pelican''. His body was ID'd by the army, as implied by the fact that the guy debriefing the [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience Reds and Blues]] saying that they'd found three freelancers, and there were only three at Avalanche, including the aforementioned.

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* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', [[spoiler: The Meta]] fell off a cliff after suffering injuries that [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat no one else could survive]], hooked to a falling ''Pelican''. His body was ID'd by the army, as implied by the fact that the guy debriefing the [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience Reds and Blues]] saying that they'd found three freelancers, and there were only three at Avalanche, including the aforementioned.



* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E53HeroForHire Hero for Hire]]", the police only find the Webbed Wonder's costume, not the body, after a supposedly fatal crash. [[GenreBlind This raises no one's suspicions.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E53HeroForHire Hero for Hire]]", the police only find the Webbed Wonder's costume, not the body, after a supposedly fatal crash. [[GenreBlind [[GenreBlindness This raises no one's suspicions.]]



** The situation is repeated in "Inqueling" after Inque's daughter Deanna doublecrosses her mother. In an echo of the previous scene with Paxton Powers, Batman turns up to warn Deanna not to get too comfortable: "She's been dead before." Sure enough, Inque reappears in "The Call, Part 1," proving Terry right. (Deanna's fate is never mentioned. She's last seen reacting fearfully to every shadow, as her shapeshifting mother could be literally anywhere.) The storyline with Deanna is actually resolved in the comics, where an origin of Inque is also revealed. In the comic story, [[spoiler:Deanna is in the hospital, with the same disease her mother had that forced her to adopt her powers, and Inque seems willing to forgive, pausing to feed a small droplet of her own substance into Deanna's IV cord before vanishing.]]

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** The situation is repeated in "Inqueling" after Inque's daughter Deanna doublecrosses her mother. In an echo of the previous scene with Paxton Powers, Batman turns up to warn Deanna not to get too comfortable: "She's been dead before." Sure enough, Inque reappears in "The Call, Part 1," proving Terry right. (Deanna's fate is never mentioned. She's last seen reacting fearfully to every shadow, as her shapeshifting mother could be literally anywhere.) The storyline with Deanna is actually resolved in the comics, where an origin of Inque is also revealed. In the comic story, [[spoiler:Deanna is in the hospital, with the same disease her mother had that forced her to adopt her powers, and Inque seems willing to forgive, pausing to feed a small droplet of her own substance into Deanna's IV cord before vanishing.]]vanishing]].



* In the Season 2 finale of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' [[BigBad Slade]] is thrown into a pit of lava. Later, in the third season, Robin comments that "he was never captured, never found" to justify his Slade paranoia. Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} immediately points out the absurdity of it all, "The dude fell in a pit of '''lava''', who lives through something like that?" Ironically, it turns out [[spoiler:he ''did'' actually die, but he manages to [[DeathIsCheap come back anyways]] with some help from [[DealWithTheDevil Raven's demon father]].]]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "[[Recap/JusticeLeagueS2E19And20Hereafter Hereafter]]", some of Superman's enemies teamed up and attacked him with a gun that makes everything disappear. There was no sign of Superman's body or anything that might have been his body but Batman was the only one who saw it as a reason to doubt Superman actually dying. Comicbook/VandalSavage also figured out Superman was alive (he was sent to the future) but it's not clear if he already suspected it from the beginning.

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* In the Season 2 finale of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' [[BigBad Slade]] is thrown into a pit of lava. Later, in the third season, Robin comments that "he was never captured, never found" to justify his Slade paranoia. Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} immediately points out the absurdity of it all, "The dude fell in a pit of '''lava''', who lives through something like that?" Ironically, it turns out [[spoiler:he ''did'' actually die, but he manages to [[DeathIsCheap come back anyways]] with some help from [[DealWithTheDevil Raven's demon father]].]]
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "[[Recap/JusticeLeagueS2E19And20Hereafter Hereafter]]", some of Superman's enemies teamed up and Toyman attacked him with a gun that makes everything disappear. There was no sign of Superman's body or anything that might have been his body but Batman was the only one who saw it as a reason to doubt Superman actually dying. Comicbook/VandalSavage also figured out Superman was alive (he was sent to the future) but it's not clear if he already suspected it from the beginning.



* This wound up being very useful in the 90's ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon. Initially, they intended to kill of Morph for real, but, after he "died" off screen, they just happened to never show his body or say what happened to it (probably for [[MoralGuardians censorship]] reasons). As a result, when the character became [[EnsembleDarkhorse unexpectedly popular]], season 2 was able to easily able to {{retcon}} Morph as having been rescued by Mister Sinister. The ''X-Men Adventures'' comic, a spin-off of the show, winds up partially averting this Trope. In it, Morph is given an ''on screen'' death, with Beast at his side, and Gyrich even mentions having possession of his corpse. This is completely ignored come season 2 of the comic.

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* This wound up being very useful in the 90's ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon. Initially, they intended to kill of Morph for real, but, after he "died" off screen, they just happened to never show his body or say what happened to it (probably for [[MoralGuardians censorship]] reasons). As a result, when the character became [[EnsembleDarkhorse unexpectedly popular]], season 2 was able to easily able to {{retcon}} Morph as having been rescued by Mister Sinister. The ''X-Men Adventures'' comic, a spin-off of the show, winds up partially averting this Trope. In it, Morph is given an ''on screen'' death, with Beast at his side, and Gyrich even mentions having possession of his corpse. This is completely ignored come season 2 of the comic.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', [[spoiler:Bolin and Varrick escape from Kuvira's custody when [[TakingYouWithMe Varrick sets off a mini-nuke on Kuvira's train]].]] They narrowly escape alive, thanks to some [[spoiler:quick earthbender tunneling, but Kuvira, the season's [[BigBad main villain]], [[GenreSavvy puts out wanted posters for them anyway]],]] just in case they didn't die.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', [[spoiler:Bolin and Varrick escape from Kuvira's custody when [[TakingYouWithMe Varrick sets off a mini-nuke on Kuvira's train]].]] train]]]]. They narrowly escape alive, thanks to some [[spoiler:quick earthbender tunneling, but Kuvira, the season's [[BigBad main villain]], [[GenreSavvy puts out wanted posters for them anyway]],]] just in case they didn't die.



* Famous latino lawyer Oscar Zeta Acosta, [[HeterosexualLifePartners close friend]] of Creator/HunterSThompson, and inspiration for the character Doctor Gonzo in ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'', in 1974 went sailing on the Gulf of Mexico, on a really small boat, right before a big storm. He has never been found.

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* Famous latino Latino lawyer Oscar Zeta Acosta, [[HeterosexualLifePartners close friend]] of Creator/HunterSThompson, and inspiration for the character Doctor Gonzo in ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'', in 1974 went sailing on the Gulf of Mexico, on a really small boat, right before a big storm. He has never been found.



* Pretty much the basis for anyone who thinks UsefulNotes/OsamaBinLaden was not killed by a team of US Navy SEALs, as President Obama announced he was. Although it has been officially confirmed, some still have doubt due to the fact that the Obama Administration never released any pictures of Osama's body before it was given a burial at sea. Not that a post-mortem photograph would have helped much; [[BoomHeadshot he took a bullet in the head.]]

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* Pretty much the basis for anyone who thinks UsefulNotes/OsamaBinLaden was not killed by a team of US Navy SEALs, [=SEALs=], as President Obama announced he was. Although it has been officially confirmed, some still have doubt due to the fact that the Obama Administration never released any pictures of Osama's body before it was given a burial at sea. Not that a post-mortem photograph would have helped much; [[BoomHeadshot he took a bullet in the head.]]
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