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* ''Series/JaneTheVirgin'' introduces Jane's previously-unmentioned first love Adam in season 4. This is especially odd because prior to this Michael was heavily implied to be Jane's first love.
16th May '18 3:16:28 AM TitaniumDragon
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* In ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'':
** It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Shining Armor literally didn't exist before he was introduced, and once he appeared, the timeline adjusted itself both past and future to accommodate him. When he finds out, it's a TomatoInTheMirror moment for him]].
** During the Finale Arc, [[spoiler:Button acts like he's always been Sweetie Belle's coltfriend and the Crusaders' SixthRanger. However, this is because from his perspective, it really ''had'' always been that way]].
** Also during the Finale Arc, [[spoiler:Maud Pie is really the [[AmnesiacGod amnesiac]] avatar of Entropy, the Goddess of Nothingness and Endings. Upon her arrival, characters briefly question who she is before their memories are rewritten so that they believe she is Pinkie Pie's older sister. As Maud doesn't remember being Entropy and only remembers being Maud, she genuinely believes she is Pinkie Pie's older sister]].

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* Appears sometimes in MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic fanfiction, including to lampshade or explain instances of it in the show.
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In ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'':
** *** It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Shining Armor literally didn't exist before he was introduced, and once he appeared, the timeline adjusted itself both past and future to accommodate him. When he finds out, it's a TomatoInTheMirror moment for him]].
** *** During the Finale Arc, [[spoiler:Button acts like he's always been Sweetie Belle's coltfriend and the Crusaders' SixthRanger. However, this is because from his perspective, it really ''had'' always been that way]].
** *** Also during the Finale Arc, [[spoiler:Maud Pie is really the [[AmnesiacGod amnesiac]] avatar of Entropy, the Goddess of Nothingness and Endings. Upon her arrival, characters briefly question who she is before their memories are rewritten so that they believe she is Pinkie Pie's older sister. As Maud doesn't remember being Entropy and only remembers being Maud, she genuinely believes she is Pinkie Pie's older sister]].sister]].
** [https://www.fimfiction.net/story/344092/bbbcf BBBCF] explains why Cadance and Shining Armor suddenly appeared at the end of season 2 [[spoiler: by making Shining Armor a newly spawned changeling drone, with the whole wedding a contrived excuse to distract Chrysalis from Cadance's importance.]]
9th May '18 4:02:46 AM ImpudentInfidel
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*** In the books, he's introduced and discussed well before this time, and you see the scene from Catelyn's point of view where he elects to engage Tywin, although Catelyn displays some misgivings. The significance of how this impacts the war effort is deliberately downplayed until later so as to leave the consequences (Tywin being stymied at heading west and therefore being available to come to King's Landing to defeat Stannis) as a surprise (to the reader, and to most of the characters).

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*** In the books, he's introduced and discussed well before this time, and you see the scene from Catelyn's point of view where he elects to engage Tywin, although Catelyn displays some misgivings. The significance of how this impacts the war effort is deliberately downplayed until later so as to leave the consequences (Tywin being stymied at heading west and therefore being available to come to King's Landing to defeat Stannis) as a surprise (to the reader, and to most of the characters). In the show Tywin wasn't present and it's an insignificant skirmish that had no effect on anything other than a half-baked strategem against The Mountain that was never mentioned before or again.
7th May '18 2:04:03 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' has Julie, the former third member of the band, return for a reunion tour. The reason we never saw her before was handwaved by the explanation that Ami hated Julie, who treated her like crap, and didn't really want to talk about her ever again.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' has Julie, the former third member of the band, return for a reunion tour.tour in the episode "Julie [=AmiYumi=]". The reason we never saw her before was handwaved by the explanation that Ami hated Julie, who treated her like crap, and didn't really want to talk about her ever again.
1st May '18 2:13:16 PM merotoker
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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''

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* Happened ''twice'' to Creator/DCComics' ComicBook/BlackLightning. Creator/JuddWinick created an adult daughter for him called Thunder, with her existence {{Handwave}}d away with a line saying that she'd mostly lived with her mother after her parents' divorce. Then, a few years later, Creator/GeoffJohns introduced a second daughter, Lightning, and this time there wasn't much effort put into reconciling the fact that she'd never been seen or mentioned before this.

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* Happened ''twice'' to Creator/DCComics' ComicBook/BlackLightning. Creator/JuddWinick created an adult daughter for him called Thunder, with her existence {{Handwave}}d {{handwave}}d away with a line saying that she'd mostly lived with her mother after her parents' divorce. Then, a few years later, Creator/GeoffJohns introduced a second daughter, Lightning, and this time there wasn't much effort put into reconciling the fact that she'd never been seen or mentioned before this.



** The Janice Lincoln version of the Beetle is an interesting example. She was around as a minor villain for a little while, but wasn't revealed to be the daughter of Tombstone (a fairly prominent Spider-Man villain) until she started appearing in ''Comicbook/TheSuperiorFoesOfSpiderMan''. The fact that we'd never seen her before was subtly lampshaded, as it turns out that her dad purposefully steered her away from the world of costumed supervillainy so that she could make even ''more'' money as an attorney.



* The Janice Lincoln version of the Beetle is an interesting example. She was around as a minor villain for a little while, but wasn't revealed to be the daughter of Tombstone (a fairly prominent Spider-Man villain) until she started appearing in ''Comicbook/TheSuperiorFoesOfSpiderMan''. The fact that we'd never seen her before was subtly lampshaded, as it turns out that her dad purposefully steered her away from the world of costumed supervillainy so that she could make even ''more'' money as an attorney.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' fandom has [[http://www.dariawiki.org/wiki/index.php?title=Veronica_Morgendorffer Veronica]], the third Morgendorffer sister. Her original story had this trope PlayedForDrama--Daria couldn't remember her, but everyone acted like she'd always been there, leading to a mystery of whether it was an elaborate trick or some kind of LaserGuidedAmnesia. Other fans then started including her in stories, often with [[PlayedForLaughs the joke]] that Daria literally can't remember her from day to day. Otherwise, she's just an added element for AU fics.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' fandom has [[http://www.dariawiki.org/wiki/index.php?title=Veronica_Morgendorffer [[https://dariawiki.org/wiki/Veronica_Morgendorffer Veronica]], the third Morgendorffer sister. Her original story had this trope PlayedForDrama--Daria couldn't remember her, but everyone acted like she'd always been there, leading to a mystery of whether it was an elaborate trick or some kind of LaserGuidedAmnesia. Other fans then started including her in stories, often with [[PlayedForLaughs the joke]] that Daria literally can't remember her from day to day. Otherwise, she's just an added element for AU fics.



* In ''Film/BatmanReturns'' (1992), Max Shreck has apparently been one of Gotham City's most famous residents for quite some time ("Here's a man who needs no introduction, he's given so much"), having been around long enough to have established the town's most successful department store, become more wealthy than anyone except Bruce Wayne himself, gotten a mayoral candidate elected, ''and'' gained enough influence to propose the construction of a new electrical power plant. So it's strange in retrospect that he apparently didn't exist at the time of the 1989 film, particularly since Gotham's 200th anniversary festival budget was seriously short on funds and he would probably have been the most philanthropic contributor. Shreck's Department Store is arguably an even more blatant New Guy: if we are to assume that the cathedral entrance on the opposite side of the city square, which we see behind the Penguin as he escapes on his helicopter umbrella, is to the same cathedral in which the Joker hid out at the climax of the previous film (and, at least according to {{Fanon}}, it is), the store is so big and so gaudy that it wouldn't previously have been missed. Of course, it's possible that, in-universe, ''Batman Returns'' is taking place many years after the original film; however, as all the returning cast members look to be about the same age as before (which they are, of course), that isn't likely.[[note]] This is because Max Shreck's role in the film was originally filled by Harvey Dent, returning from the 1989 film, who was supposed to be given the disfigurement that turns him into Two-Face by Catwoman at the end of the film. Of course, all this was changed.[[/note]]

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* In ''Film/BatmanReturns'' (1992), Max Shreck has apparently been one of Gotham City's most famous residents for quite some time ("Here's a man who needs no introduction, he's given so much"), having been around long enough to have established the town's most successful department store, become more wealthy than anyone except Bruce Wayne himself, gotten a mayoral candidate elected, ''and'' gained enough influence to propose the construction of a new electrical power plant. So it's strange in retrospect that he apparently didn't exist at the time of [[Film/{{Batman}} the 1989 film, film]], particularly since Gotham's 200th anniversary festival budget was seriously short on funds and he would probably have been the most philanthropic contributor. Shreck's Department Store is arguably an even more blatant New Guy: if we are to assume that the cathedral entrance on the opposite side of the city square, which we see behind the Penguin as he escapes on his helicopter umbrella, is to the same cathedral in which the Joker hid out at the climax of the previous film (and, at least according to {{Fanon}}, it is), the store is so big and so gaudy that it wouldn't previously have been missed. Of course, it's possible that, in-universe, ''Batman Returns'' is taking place many years after the original film; however, as all the returning cast members look to be about the same age as before (which they are, of course), that isn't likely.[[note]] This is because Max Shreck's role in the film was originally filled by Harvey Dent, returning from the 1989 film, who was supposed to be given the disfigurement that turns him into Two-Face by Catwoman at the end of the film. Of course, all this was changed.[[/note]]



** Due to having become a fugitive after the events of the [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld previous movie]], Heimdall has been replaced as the guardian of the Bifrost by a new character named Skurge. Despite never having appeared in the previous films, Skurge has apparently been around for a while, and claims to have fought alongside Thor in the past. It's {{Handwaved}} by having Thor not recall the battle in question, which makes sense given [[ButForMeItWasTuesday all the crazy adventures he's gone on by this point]].
** Justified case with Hela. [[spoiler: She's Odin's eldest child and Thor and Loki's older sister, but all evidence of her existence was covered up by Odin after she went rogue and had to be imprisoned]]. Throughout the movie, she's shown to be bitter about the fact that nobody remembers her.

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** Due to having become a fugitive after the events of the [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld previous movie]], Heimdall has been replaced as the guardian of the Bifrost by a new character named Skurge. Despite never having appeared in the previous films, Skurge has apparently been around for a while, and claims to have fought alongside Thor in the past. It's {{Handwaved}} {{handwave}}d by having Thor not recall the battle in question, which makes sense given [[ButForMeItWasTuesday all the crazy adventures he's gone on by this point]].
** Justified case with Hela. [[spoiler: She's Odin's eldest child and Thor and Loki's older sister, but all evidence of her existence was covered up by Odin after she went rogue and had to be imprisoned]]. imprisoned.]] Throughout the movie, she's shown to be bitter about the fact that nobody remembers her.



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* ''Film/GoldenEye'' sets up Alec Trevelyan as "006" and one of Bond's oldest friends, in spite of never being mentioned by name, and once by number, in the enire series. Then again, ''Film/GoldenEye'' was supposed to be a soft reboot of the franchise (which was never big on continuity in the first place), so it might be justified.

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* ''Film/GoldenEye'' sets up Alec Trevelyan as "006" and one of Bond's oldest friends, in spite of never being mentioned by name, and once by number, in the enire entire series. Then again, ''Film/GoldenEye'' was supposed to be a soft reboot of the franchise (which was never big on continuity in the first place), so it might be justified.



** This is justified by the nature of the brothers, who like to joke about it and use their simmiliar appearance to confuse other people. On several occasions they imply, that they are either clones or Life Model Decoys (or another form of Robot). In season four, episode 12 it is revealed, that they are quadruplets, who also have a sister (who was foreshadowed in season 2, episode 20). Since she seems totally normal and provides childhood memories, it seems to be clear, they are normal brothers and there will be no fifth.

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** This is justified by the nature of the brothers, who like to joke about it and use their simmiliar similar appearance to confuse other people. On several occasions they imply, that they are either clones or Life Model Decoys (or another form of Robot). In season four, episode 12 it is revealed, that they are quadruplets, who also have a sister (who was foreshadowed in season 2, episode 20). Since she seems totally normal and provides childhood memories, it seems to be clear, they are normal brothers and there will be no fifth.



** Lampshaded in season 2. When helping Matt with his tie prior to Grotto's funeral, Karen mentions having a brother, who has never been so much as discussed up until this point. Matt is surprised as Karen has never mentioned having any siblings before, to which Karen simply replies, "You never asked."

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** Lampshaded in season 2. When helping Matt with his tie prior to Grotto's funeral, Karen mentions having a brother, who has never been so much as discussed up until this point. Matt is surprised as Karen has never mentioned having any siblings before, to which Karen simply replies, "You "[[YouDidntAsk You never asked.asked]]."



* ''Series/ADifferentWorld'' actually manages to do this in the first episode. Denise already knows the character of Whitley, and her personality and habits are treated as if they are already established. However this is Denise's first day on campus, and she meets every other character for the first time. Since this show is a spin-off, an easy assumption to make was that she first showed up in an episode of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'', but that isn't the case.
** Justified since it wasn't actually Denise's first day on campus. Denise was a sophomore during the first season of ''A Different World'', her freshman year took place the year before while she was still on ''The Cosby Show''. It was assumed that Denise met Whitley during off-camera during her freshman year.

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* ''Series/ADifferentWorld'' actually manages to do this in the first episode. Denise already knows the character of Whitley, and her personality and habits are treated as if they are already established. However this is Denise's first day on campus, and she She meets every other character for the first time. Since this show is a spin-off, an easy assumption to make was that she first showed up in an episode of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'', but that isn't the case.
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case. Justified since it wasn't actually Denise's first day on campus. Denise was a sophomore during the first season of ''A Different World'', her freshman year took place the year before while she was still on ''The Cosby Show''. It was assumed that Denise met Whitley during off-camera during her freshman year.



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** ''Pokémon'' is probably the most extreme example, considering that every legendary is from a legend from long ago, but was only recently introduced to the games' audience. Plus the other 651 (and counting) or so Pokémon introduced after Gen I. This is particularly weird because it sometimes tends to HandWave it as the newly introduced Pokemon being newly-discovered species... even though the residents of that region all know more than enough information about these new mons to train and use them for the same purposes as any other region, which sort of implies that the regions don't interact with each other a whole lot. It's especially odd with the almost-obligatory [[VideoGameRemake remakes]] two or three generations later, where once the player beats the Elite Four, the next 200 or so extra Pokémon introduced since the original version will [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight just sort of appear out of nowhere without garnering any attention from anyone]] beyond the local Professor first telling the player that they're here now.

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** ''Pokémon'' is probably the most extreme example, considering that every legendary is from a legend from long ago, but was only recently introduced to the games' audience. Plus the other 651 (and counting) or so Pokémon introduced after Gen I. This is particularly weird because it sometimes tends to HandWave handwave it as the newly introduced Pokemon being newly-discovered species... even though the residents of that region all know more than enough information about these new mons to train and use them for the same purposes as any other region, which sort of implies that the regions don't interact with each other a whole lot. It's especially odd with the almost-obligatory [[VideoGameRemake remakes]] two or three generations later, where once the player beats the Elite Four, the next 200 or so extra Pokémon introduced since the original version will [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight just sort of appear out of nowhere without garnering any attention from anyone]] beyond the local Professor first telling the player that they're here now.



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* ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim''

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* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' during the episode, "The Big Answer". Rocko and Heffer drag Filburt off to a bachelor party the night before his wedding accompanied by a rabbit and a [[FurryConfusion weasel(?)]]. At some point during the party, Filburt whispers to Rocko, "Who are those guys?"



** PlayedForLaughs in the Simpsons, in the episode "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" where the family discusses the new addition of Poochie the Dog on ''WesternAnimation/TheItchyAndScratchyShow''. During this discussion a teenage roommate of the family named Roy, who never appeared before but wasn't treated as a newcomer, suddenly shows up:

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** PlayedForLaughs in the Simpsons, in the episode "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" where the family discusses the new addition of Poochie the Dog on ''WesternAnimation/TheItchyAndScratchyShow''. During this discussion a teenage roommate of the family named Roy, who never appeared before but wasn't treated as a newcomer, suddenly shows up:



** The season 25 episode "Four Regrettings and a Funeral" featured the funeral of beloved character Chip Davis (in reality the character never existed). Originally the episode ended with a montage of images from classic Simpsons episodes with Chip inserted into them (including Chip as the fifth member of the B-Sharps, Chip in the Plow King commercial with Barney and Linda Ronstadt, and Chip in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie''[='=]s "bountiful penis" scene sitting next to Ned). It was supposed to run during the end credits but it was removed for the broadcast version and replaced with an "In Loving Memory" card for the recently departed Marcia Wallace. The original credits featuring Chip can still be viewed on Hulu and YouTube.

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** The season 25 episode "Four Regrettings and a Funeral" featured the funeral of beloved character Chip Davis (in reality the character never existed). Originally the episode ended with a montage of images from classic Simpsons episodes with Chip inserted into them (including Chip as the fifth member of the B-Sharps, Chip in the Plow King commercial with Barney and Linda Ronstadt, and Chip in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie''[='=]s "bountiful penis" scene sitting next to Ned). It was supposed to run during the end credits but it was removed for the broadcast version and replaced with an "In Loving Memory" card for the recently departed Marcia Wallace. The original credits featuring Chip can still be viewed on Hulu Creator/{{Hulu}} and YouTube.Creator/YouTube.



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* When ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' began, there were only three mutants: Ssslythe, Monkian, and Jackalman. However, later episodes randomly added a fourth mutant, Vultureman, who had never even been mentioned before.

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* When ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'' began, there were only three mutants: Ssslythe, Monkian, and Jackalman. However, later episodes randomly added a fourth mutant, Vultureman, who had never even been mentioned before.



** Played with in Tasha Yar during the AlternateTimeline in ''Yesterday's Enterprise'', where she insists she's always been good friends with Guinan. Guinan, of course, never met Tasha and thanks to her species's RippleEffectProofMemory, instinctively knows this is untrue.

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** Played with in Tasha Yar during the AlternateTimeline in ''Yesterday's Enterprise'', "Yesterday's Enterprise", where she insists she's always been good friends with Guinan. Guinan, of course, never met Tasha and thanks to her species's RippleEffectProofMemory, instinctively knows this is untrue.



* The "Total Rickall" episode of ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' is an elaborate DeconstructiveParody of the trope, featuring tons of never-before-seen characters whom our protagonists insist have always been on the show, but only because they've been conditioned to think so via telepathy; the new characters are actually a species of shapeshifting parasites who can implant FakeMemories in their hosts, convincing the hosts that the parasites are long-time friends who have always been around. Rick and the gang eventually figure out how to tell a parasite masquerading as a friend from an ''actual'' friend: [[spoiler:the parasites can only create happy, pleasant memories, [[AnAesop whereas real relationships generally contain a mix of both pleasant and unpleasant experiences]]]]. And then ''that'' idea is deconstructed when the gang starts killing everyone in the room that they have no negative memories of [[spoiler:and end up seriously wounding a ''real'' friend (who is a straight example of this trope) by mistake, whom the cast had only one negative memory of [[BaitAndSwitch before it got overridden by one of the parasites]].]]

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* The "Total Rickall" episode of ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' is an elaborate DeconstructiveParody of the trope, featuring tons of never-before-seen characters whom our protagonists insist have always been on the show, but only because they've been conditioned to think so via telepathy; the new characters are actually a species of shapeshifting parasites who can implant FakeMemories in their hosts, convincing the hosts that the parasites are long-time friends who have always been around. Rick and the gang eventually figure out how to tell a parasite masquerading as a friend from an ''actual'' friend: [[spoiler:the parasites can only create happy, pleasant memories, [[AnAesop whereas real relationships generally contain a mix of both pleasant and unpleasant experiences]]]]. And then ''that'' idea is deconstructed when the gang starts killing everyone in the room that they have no negative memories of [[spoiler:and end up seriously wounding a ''real'' friend (who is a straight example of this trope) by mistake, whom the cast had only one negative memory of [[BaitAndSwitch before it got overridden by one of the parasites]].]]parasites]]]].



* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' during the episode, "The Big Answer". Rocko and Heffer drag Filburt off to a bachelor party the night before his wedding accompanied by a rabbit and a [[FurryConfusion weasel(?)]]. At some point during the party, Filburt whispers to Rocko, "Who are those guys?"
29th Apr '18 2:33:56 PM Eddy1215
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* Sabo from ''Manga/OnePiece''. We are made aware of the shared history of sworn brothers Luffy and Ace throughout the show. Even seeing some quick flashes of them sharing a ritual to become brothers. But when they finally show the full flashbacks of the two meeting and developing their relation, we are suddenly introduced to a new character, their third sworn brother, Sabo. Even the previously mentioned flashback of their ritual suddenly had Sabo involved in it too. There was the '''very''' subtle hint in Ace's misspelled tattoo (ASCE, with the S crossed over), that was downright impossible to know what meant, and what we saw of the brother-making-ritual contained three cups - only with Sabo, the drinker of the third, never being shown.

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* Sabo from ''Manga/OnePiece''. We are made aware of the shared history of sworn brothers Luffy and Ace throughout the show. Even seeing some quick flashes of them sharing a ritual to become brothers. But when they finally show the full flashbacks of the two meeting and developing their relation, relationship, we are suddenly introduced to a new character, their third sworn brother, Sabo. Even the previously mentioned flashback of their ritual suddenly had Sabo involved in it too. There was the '''very''' subtle hint in Ace's misspelled tattoo (ASCE, with the S crossed over), that was downright impossible to know what meant, and what we saw of the brother-making-ritual contained three cups - only with Sabo, the drinker of the third, never being shown.
28th Apr '18 8:45:46 AM sgamer82
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* Padparadscha of ''Manga/HousekiNoKuni'' is suddenly introduced in episode 11--Rutile, the doctor, had been working to resolve their chronic coma for much longer than the time-span of the series. The protagonist knew about this character the whole time (saying "I'm glad I [[LaserGuidedAmnesia didn't forget]] about Padparadscha"), but never mentioned them before this point.

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* Padparadscha of ''Manga/HousekiNoKuni'' ''Manga/LandOfTheLustrous'' is suddenly introduced in episode 11--Rutile, the doctor, had been working to resolve their chronic coma for much longer than the time-span of the series. The protagonist knew about this character the whole time (saying "I'm glad I [[LaserGuidedAmnesia didn't forget]] about Padparadscha"), but never mentioned them before this point.
21st Apr '18 6:00:10 PM LittleDancerGirl
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* ''Series/{{NUMB3RS}}'': Colby Granger and Megan Reeves both appear in the Season 2 premiere with almost no explanation. They do at least get a few nods to the idea that they really ''haven't'' been around long (Megan has to be introduced to Larry, and Don and David have a conversation about Colby being fresh from the army).
15th Apr '18 4:25:41 PM comicwriter
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** Titanium Man debuts in the episode "And The Sea Shall Give Up Its Dead," and mere ''seconds'' after he appears onscreen for the first time, Iron Man says "Titanium Man? I thought we finished him off at Magnitogorsk!"

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** Titanium Man debuts in the episode "And The Sea Shall Give Up Its Dead," and mere ''seconds'' after he the villain appears onscreen for the first time, Iron Man says "Titanium Man? I thought we finished him off at Magnitogorsk!"
15th Apr '18 4:24:59 PM comicwriter
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* ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' introduced a CanonForeigner villain named Dark Aegis in the second season. He was established as a dreaded foe who was thought to be dead after a past battle with Iron Man, despite never having shown up prior to his one and only appearance.

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** Titanium Man debuts in the episode "And The Sea Shall Give Up Its Dead," and mere ''seconds'' after he appears onscreen for the first time, Iron Man says "Titanium Man? I thought we finished him off at Magnitogorsk!"
** Season 2
introduced a CanonForeigner villain named Dark Aegis in the second season. Aegis. He was established as a dreaded foe who was thought to be dead after have died during a past battle with Iron Man, despite never having shown up prior to his one and only appearance.
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