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7th Aug '16 5:31:26 PM nombretomado
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* Hypertime was the [[TheDCU DC Universe]]'s attempt to bring back the story possibilities of [[AlternateUniverse alternate Earths]], which it had previously gotten rid of (claiming they had become "confusing") during the ResetButton event ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. However, this lacked the coherency of the original [[AlternateUniverse Multiple Earths]] rules, and confused far more people than the original ever did. To make things worse (or possibly just more confusing) even Hypertime has been discontinued in favor of "anomalies" from ''Infinite Crisis''. Even the most hardened continuity buffs would be better off adopting the MST3KMantra.

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* Hypertime was the [[TheDCU DC Universe]]'s Franchise/DCUniverse's attempt to bring back the story possibilities of [[AlternateUniverse alternate Earths]], which it had previously gotten rid of (claiming they had become "confusing") during the ResetButton event ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. However, this lacked the coherency of the original [[AlternateUniverse Multiple Earths]] rules, and confused far more people than the original ever did. To make things worse (or possibly just more confusing) even Hypertime has been discontinued in favor of "anomalies" from ''Infinite Crisis''. Even the most hardened continuity buffs would be better off adopting the MST3KMantra.
1st Mar '16 6:17:46 AM justanid
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** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with Creator/MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/SevenSoldiers, a run of [[{Franchise/{{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, and ComicBook/TheMultiversity; in Multiversity particularly, he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".

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** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with Creator/MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/SevenSoldiers, a run of [[{Franchise/{{Superman}} [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, and ComicBook/TheMultiversity; in Multiversity particularly, he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".
26th Feb '16 2:25:18 AM foxley
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* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Brock's CasanovaWannabe aspect [[{{Flanderization}} became the sum of his character as the series went on]]; he left at the end of the ''[[Videogame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Diamond & Pearl]]'' series. In the ''[[Videogame/PokemonXAndY XY]]'' series, we have [[TokenMiniMoe Bonnie]] who sometimes tries to set up a beautiful girl [[GiveGeeksAChance with her]] {{Big Brother|Worship}} Clemont. Fortunately: A: she doesn't do this with ''every'' eligible lady (yet), B: Clemont [[UnwantedAssistance is suitably embarrassed by this]], and C: she's just so young and cute otherwise that she's given a greater leeway for flaws.

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* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Brock's CasanovaWannabe aspect [[{{Flanderization}} became the sum of his character as the series went on]]; he left at the end of the ''[[Videogame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Diamond & Pearl]]'' series. In the ''[[Videogame/PokemonXAndY XY]]'' series, we have [[TokenMiniMoe Bonnie]] who sometimes tries to set up a beautiful girl [[GiveGeeksAChance with her]] {{Big Brother|Worship}} Clemont. Fortunately: A: she doesn't do this with ''every'' eligible lady (yet), B: Clemont [[UnwantedAssistance is suitably embarrassed by this]], and C: she's just so young and cute otherwise that she's given a greater leeway for flaws.

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* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Brock's CasanovaWannabe aspect [[{{Flanderization}} became the sum of his character as the series went on]]; he left at the end of the ''[[Videogame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Diamond & Pearl]]'' series. In the ''[[Videogame/PokemonXAndY XY]]'' series, we have [[TokenMiniMoe Bonnie]] who sometimes tries to set up a beautiful girl [[GiveGeeksAChance with her]] {{Big Brother|Worship}} Clemont. Fortunately: A: she doesn't do this with ''every'' eligible lady (yet), B: Clemont [[UnwantedAssistance is suitably embarrassed by this]], and C: she's just so young and cute otherwise that she's given a greater leeway for flaws.

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19th Dec '15 8:32:01 AM Quanyails
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** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with Creator/MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/SevenSoldiers, a run of [[{Franchise/{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, and ComicBook/TheMultiversity; in Multiversity particularly, he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".

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** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with Creator/MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/SevenSoldiers, a run of [[{Franchise/{Superman}} [[{Franchise/{{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, and ComicBook/TheMultiversity; in Multiversity particularly, he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".
12th Dec '15 12:21:44 AM narm00
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* Hypertime was the [[TheDCU DC Universe]]'s attempt to bring back the story possibilities of [[AlternateUniverse alternate Earths]], which it had previously gotten rid of (claiming they had become "confusing") during the ResetButton event ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. However, this lacked the coherency of the original [[AlternateUniverse Multiple Earths]] rules, and confused far more people than the original ever did. To make things worse (or possibly just more confusing) even Hypertime has been discontinued in favor of "anomalies" from DC's latest universe-changing event, ''Infinite Crisis''. Even the most hardened continuity buffs would be better off adopting the MST3KMantra.
** DC has comics has adopted the concept of "The Bleed" from Wildstorm, which allows for infinite realities once again, featured prominently in the Wildstorm series' ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' and ''ComicBook/{{Planetary}}'', both created by WarrenEllis.
** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/SevenSoldiers, a recent run of [[{{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, as well as his upcoming "Multiversity" series, in which he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".

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* Hypertime was the [[TheDCU DC Universe]]'s attempt to bring back the story possibilities of [[AlternateUniverse alternate Earths]], which it had previously gotten rid of (claiming they had become "confusing") during the ResetButton event ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. However, this lacked the coherency of the original [[AlternateUniverse Multiple Earths]] rules, and confused far more people than the original ever did. To make things worse (or possibly just more confusing) even Hypertime has been discontinued in favor of "anomalies" from DC's latest universe-changing event, ''Infinite Crisis''. Even the most hardened continuity buffs would be better off adopting the MST3KMantra.
** DC has comics has adopted the concept of "The Bleed" from Wildstorm, which allows for infinite realities once again, featured prominently in the Wildstorm series' ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' and ''ComicBook/{{Planetary}}'', both created by WarrenEllis.
** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with MarkWaid) Creator/MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/SevenSoldiers, a recent run of [[{{Superman}} [[{Franchise/{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, as well as his upcoming "Multiversity" series, and ComicBook/TheMultiversity; in which Multiversity particularly, he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".
6th Dec '15 5:47:03 PM nombretomado
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** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, SevenSoldiers, a recent run of [[{{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, as well as his upcoming "Multiversity" series, in which he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".

to:

** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, SevenSoldiers, ComicBook/SevenSoldiers, a recent run of [[{{Superman}} Action Comics]], ComicBook/FinalCrisis, as well as his upcoming "Multiversity" series, in which he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".
17th Oct '15 11:54:58 PM ExSlacker
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* In [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the Pokemon anime]], Brock's CasanovaWannabe aspect [[{{Flanderization}} became the sum of his character as the series went on]]; he left at the end of the ''[[Videogame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Diamond & Pearl]]'' series. In the ''[[Videogame/PokemonXAndY X&Y]]'' series, we have [[TokenMiniMoe Bonnie]] who sometimes tries to set up a beautiful girl [[GiveGeeksAChance with her]] {{Big Brother|Worship}} Clemont. Fortunately: A: she doesn't do this with ''every'' eligible lady (yet), B: Clemont [[UnwantedAssistance is suitably embarrassed by this]], and C: she's just so young and cute otherwise that she's given a greater leeway for flaws.

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* In [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the Pokemon anime]], ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Brock's CasanovaWannabe aspect [[{{Flanderization}} became the sum of his character as the series went on]]; he left at the end of the ''[[Videogame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Diamond & Pearl]]'' series. In the ''[[Videogame/PokemonXAndY X&Y]]'' XY]]'' series, we have [[TokenMiniMoe Bonnie]] who sometimes tries to set up a beautiful girl [[GiveGeeksAChance with her]] {{Big Brother|Worship}} Clemont. Fortunately: A: she doesn't do this with ''every'' eligible lady (yet), B: Clemont [[UnwantedAssistance is suitably embarrassed by this]], and C: she's just so young and cute otherwise that she's given a greater leeway for flaws.
16th Oct '15 5:04:10 PM nombretomado
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** DC has comics has adopted the concept of "The Bleed" from Wildstorm, which allows for infinite realities once again, featured prominently in the Wildstorm series' ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' and ''{{Planetary}}'', both created by WarrenEllis.

to:

** DC has comics has adopted the concept of "The Bleed" from Wildstorm, which allows for infinite realities once again, featured prominently in the Wildstorm series' ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' and ''{{Planetary}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Planetary}}'', both created by WarrenEllis.
18th Sep '15 10:16:24 PM nombretomado
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* Marvel has hit the halfway mark for this as well, in several of its series. ''EarthX'', ''Universe X'' and ''Paradise X'' is a story about an AlternateUniverse which has some major revelations about the whole of the Marvel Multiverse, which they generally haven't decided to keep. While they always did this to a degree with their SlidingTimescale, they never made it a story feature.

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* Marvel has hit the halfway mark for this as well, in several of its series. ''EarthX'', ''ComicBook/EarthX'', ''Universe X'' and ''Paradise X'' is a story about an AlternateUniverse which has some major revelations about the whole of the Marvel Multiverse, which they generally haven't decided to keep. While they always did this to a degree with their SlidingTimescale, they never made it a story feature.
17th Sep '15 4:14:03 PM nombretomado
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* Hypertime was the [[TheDCU DC Universe]]'s attempt to bring back the story possibilities of [[AlternateUniverse alternate Earths]], which it had previously gotten rid of (claiming they had become "confusing") during the ResetButton event ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. However, this lacked the coherency of the original [[AlternateUniverse Multiple Earths]] rules, and confused far more people than the original ever did. To make things worse (or possibly just more confusing) even Hypertime has been discontinued in favor of "anomalies" from DC's latest universe-changing event, ''Infinite Crisis''. Even the most hardened continuity buffs would be better off adopting the MST3KMantra.

to:

* Hypertime was the [[TheDCU DC Universe]]'s attempt to bring back the story possibilities of [[AlternateUniverse alternate Earths]], which it had previously gotten rid of (claiming they had become "confusing") during the ResetButton event ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. However, this lacked the coherency of the original [[AlternateUniverse Multiple Earths]] rules, and confused far more people than the original ever did. To make things worse (or possibly just more confusing) even Hypertime has been discontinued in favor of "anomalies" from DC's latest universe-changing event, ''Infinite Crisis''. Even the most hardened continuity buffs would be better off adopting the MST3KMantra.



** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, SevenSoldiers, a recent run of [[{{Superman}} Action Comics]], FinalCrisis, as well as his upcoming "Multiversity" series, in which he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".

to:

** While Hypertime as a general structure and editorial direction for the DCU as a whole has fallen out of style, Creator/GrantMorrison (one of the originators of the idea, along with MarkWaid) still very much is a believer in it. He deals with the concept in his long-running work with Franchise/{{Batman}}, SevenSoldiers, a recent run of [[{{Superman}} Action Comics]], FinalCrisis, ComicBook/FinalCrisis, as well as his upcoming "Multiversity" series, in which he plays with {{Mythology Gag}}s and {{Call Back}}s from throughout the DCU and treats the entire universe's history as still in play, even if it's been retconned out "officially".
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