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20th Mar '16 9:54:51 AM spiritsunami
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* ''Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa'' ran into a minor case of this due to a bit of MerchandiseDriven. A two-part special was created to promote the then-new "VideoGame/KirbyAirRide'', but in order to air it at the proper time to promote the game in the U.S., it had to be aired far earlier in the series' run than it had in Japan, leading to minor plot holes.
18th Mar '16 4:13:01 PM lolcoolj
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** AB Groupe's infamous "Big Green" dub for the ''Dragon Ball Z'' movies and specials was released in a very jumbled order. It went: Movie 3 > Movie 2 > Movie 4 > Movie 5 > Movie 6 > Movie 7 > Movie 8 > Movie 9 > Special 1 > Special 2 > Movie 1
10th Feb '16 6:42:12 PM lolcoolj
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**In the original Saban dub of DBZ, several episodes from the Saiyan Saga were cut and had certain scenes spliced into earlier or later episodes. During the Namek Saga, the non-canon movie "The Tree of Might" was also made into a three-part episode, despite the obvious continuity problems.
**Pioneer released Ocean's uncut dub of the first 3 DBZ movies out of order. The third movie, "The Tree of Might", was released on March 17 1998, followed on May 26 1998 by the second movie "The World's Strongest".
30th Jan '16 8:22:02 AM nombretomado
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* In TheNineties dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', Creator/DiC aired the first episode of the Negamoon arc ''after'' the episode Queen Beryl was defeated. They were trying to hold out the 13 [[FillerArc Doom Tree]] episodes to air as a Network exclusive (Sailor Moon aired in {{syndication}} back then); other countries that aired the English dub aired the episodes in the proper order. Also for continuity reasons the Doom Tree episodes are numbered after the Beryl episodes.

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* In TheNineties dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', Creator/DiC aired the first episode of the Negamoon arc ''after'' the episode Queen Beryl was defeated. They were trying to hold out the 13 [[FillerArc Doom Tree]] episodes to air as a Network exclusive (Sailor Moon aired in {{syndication}} UsefulNotes/{{syndication}} back then); other countries that aired the English dub aired the episodes in the proper order. Also for continuity reasons the Doom Tree episodes are numbered after the Beryl episodes.
7th Jan '16 7:32:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Shiniez}}'' was constantly this in the strip's older days; the strips were posted in the order they were completed, not in the order of chronology or even in the order they were thought up. WordOfGod lampshaded this but [[TrollingCreator rarely gave help.]]

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* ''{{Shiniez}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Shiniez}}'' was constantly this in the strip's older days; the strips were posted in the order they were completed, not in the order of chronology or even in the order they were thought up. WordOfGod lampshaded this but [[TrollingCreator rarely gave help.]]



* FuneralForAFriend's concept album Tales Don't Tell Themselves tells a story over each track, but the track order was chosen for flow rather than telling the story in order. The opening track Into Oblivion (Reunion) is clearly the last part of the story, as most of the album is about the perilous time at sea - this one is about how he has now escaped the dangers and is coming home. The narrator says he 'stared into oblivion and found my own reflection there', which indicates he's past the oblivion that other tracks such as 'Out Of Reach' detail.

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* FuneralForAFriend's Music/FuneralForAFriend's concept album Tales Don't Tell Themselves tells a story over each track, but the track order was chosen for flow rather than telling the story in order. The opening track Into Oblivion (Reunion) is clearly the last part of the story, as most of the album is about the perilous time at sea - this one is about how he has now escaped the dangers and is coming home. The narrator says he 'stared into oblivion and found my own reflection there', which indicates he's past the oblivion that other tracks such as 'Out Of Reach' detail.
29th Dec '15 9:13:17 PM nombretomado
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* {{Slayers}}: The order of the movies and [=OVAs=] is not very clear. They all take place before the TV series begins, but in what order? Slayers Excellent takes place first, but since it was written as a prequel, it doesn't give the characters any formal introduction, and it's not recommended to be watched first. The Slayers Premium movie is the only "movie" to take place in the middle of the TV series, but even then... it's not very clear exactly WHERE in the series it takes place...

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* {{Slayers}}: ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'': The order of the movies and [=OVAs=] is not very clear. They all take place before the TV series begins, but in what order? Slayers Excellent takes place first, but since it was written as a prequel, it doesn't give the characters any formal introduction, and it's not recommended to be watched first. The Slayers Premium movie is the only "movie" to take place in the middle of the TV series, but even then... it's not very clear exactly WHERE in the series it takes place...
20th Nov '15 5:30:57 PM FF32
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* Before ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' was a thing that happened, AndrewHussie made at least three ''SweetBroAndHellaJeff'' comics as part of a discussion on the ''PennyArcade'' forums; when they went up on the newly-established ''SBAHJ'' site months later, they were in a different order from the order in which they were made. The [[FirstInstallmentWins famous]] [[MindYourStep stairs]] comic, the first in the site's order, was the third made; the actual first made was the IBangedYourMom comic, the second in the site's order.

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* Before ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' was a thing that happened, AndrewHussie made at least three ''SweetBroAndHellaJeff'' ''Webcomic/SweetBroAndHellaJeff'' comics as part of a discussion on the ''PennyArcade'' forums; when they went up on the newly-established ''SBAHJ'' site months later, they were in a different order from the order in which they were made. The [[FirstInstallmentWins famous]] [[MindYourStep stairs]] comic, the first in the site's order, was the third made; the actual first made was the IBangedYourMom comic, the second in the site's order.
6th Aug '15 11:19:04 AM Announcerve
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* ''Manga/FairyTail'': Episode 19, "Changeling" has Levy show up and Lucy is already familiar with her, but they meet for the first time two episodes later. Not really that important since Changeling is a FillerEpisode.
31st Jul '15 10:57:07 AM narm00
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* The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations'' were released without much concern for broadcast order, resulting in Doctor and companion introductions and departures getting seriously scrambled up. Target's official numbering order wasn't much help; it listed the first 73 novelisations in alphabetical order (that is, all the ones up until the institution of the numbering system) then all subsequent releases in intended release order, which didn't always work out as planned.

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* The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations'' were released without much concern for the original story broadcast order, resulting in Doctor and companion introductions and departures getting seriously scrambled up. up (not helped by the novelisations' own changes to events - notoriously, Ian and Barbara join the TARDIS on two separate occasions, once in the novelisation of ''An Unearthly Child'' and again in the novelisation of ''The Daleks''). Target's official numbering order wasn't much help; it listed the first 73 novelisations in alphabetical order (that is, all the ones up until the institution of the numbering system) system), then all subsequent releases in intended release order, which didn't always work out as planned.



* FuneralForAFriend's concept album Tales Don't Tell Themselves tells a story over each track, but the track order was chosen for flow rather than telling the story in order. The opening track Into Oblivion (Reunion) is clearly the last part of the story, as most of the album is about the perilous time at sea - this one is about how he is now escaped the dangers and is coming home. The narrator says he 'stared into oblivion and found my own reflection there', which indicates he's past the oblivion that other tracks such as 'Out Of Reach' detail.

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* FuneralForAFriend's concept album Tales Don't Tell Themselves tells a story over each track, but the track order was chosen for flow rather than telling the story in order. The opening track Into Oblivion (Reunion) is clearly the last part of the story, as most of the album is about the perilous time at sea - this one is about how he is has now escaped the dangers and is coming home. The narrator says he 'stared into oblivion and found my own reflection there', which indicates he's past the oblivion that other tracks such as 'Out Of Reach' detail.
30th Jul '15 4:21:07 PM TvTropesFan99
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* It doesn't matter which way the FUNimation Gag Dub of ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'' went.
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