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31st May '17 5:45:40 PM Linda58
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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/8793565/chapters/20159878 How the Light Gets In]]'': When Laurel is resurrected (by currently unknown means), she's forced to do this. Described in [[{{NightmareFuel}} horrifying and agonizing]] detail. By the time she gets to the surface, she's torn her knuckles, lost several fingernails, covered in cuts, [[LosingAShoeInTheStruggle lost a shoe]], and [[ArsonMurderAndJayWalking her hair's a mess]]. Dean later reflects on what a horrifying and lasting trauma this is, see [[Quotes/RiseFromYourGrave here]].

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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/8793565/chapters/20159878 How the Light Gets In]]'': When Laurel is resurrected (by currently unknown means), by witchcraft, she's forced to do this. Described in [[{{NightmareFuel}} horrifying and agonizing]] detail. By the time she gets to the surface, she's torn her knuckles, lost several fingernails, covered in cuts, [[LosingAShoeInTheStruggle lost a shoe]], and [[ArsonMurderAndJayWalking her hair's a mess]]. Dean later reflects on what a horrifying and lasting trauma this is, see [[Quotes/RiseFromYourGrave here]].here]], and true to his predictions Laurel is left noticeably traumatized by it.
22nd May '17 11:22:00 AM Nentuaby
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* Windle Poons does this in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''. He's a zombie, more or less, but an intelligent one who thinks he ought to be dead, so he spends a fair amount of time lying in his coffin trying to actually be a corpse before he gets bored and gives up on the idea.
* Mentioned in ''[[Literature/{{Discworld}} Night Watch]]'': Towards the end of the book, Vimes orders [[spoiler: Reg Shoe]] buried - "but not too deep, he'll be wanting to come out in a few hours". The zombie later buries himself and rises from the grave every anniversary of his death, out of solidarity for his non-zombie comrades.

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Windle Poons does this in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''. He's a zombie, more or less, but an intelligent one who thinks he ought to be dead, so he spends a fair amount of time lying in his coffin trying to actually be a corpse before he gets bored and gives up on the idea.
* ** Mentioned in ''[[Literature/{{Discworld}} Night Watch]]'': ''Discword/NightWatch'': Towards the end of the book, Vimes orders [[spoiler: Reg Shoe]] buried - "but not too deep, he'll be wanting to come out in a few hours". The zombie later buries himself and rises from the grave every anniversary of his death, out of solidarity for his non-zombie comrades.
21st Apr '17 12:41:28 AM hellboy909
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* In ''{{Series/AgentsOfSHIELD}}'' Simmons finds herself doing this when she enters the Framework as her virtual version had been killed by HYDRA earlier.

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* In ''{{Series/AgentsOfSHIELD}}'' Simmons finds herself doing this when she enters the Framework as her virtual version had been killed by HYDRA earlier.HYDRA.
21st Apr '17 12:40:49 AM hellboy909
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* In ''{{Series/AgentsofS.H.I.E.L.D.}}'' Simmons finds herself doing this when she enters the Framework as her virtual version had been killed by HYDRA earlier.

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* In ''{{Series/AgentsofS.H.I.E.L.D.}}'' ''{{Series/AgentsOfSHIELD}}'' Simmons finds herself doing this when she enters the Framework as her virtual version had been killed by HYDRA earlier.
21st Apr '17 12:39:14 AM hellboy909
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* In ''{{Series/Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.}}'' Simmons finds herself doing this when she enters the Framework as her virtual version had been killed by HYDRA earlier.

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* In ''{{Series/Agents of S.''{{Series/AgentsofS.H.I.E.L.D.}}'' Simmons finds herself doing this when she enters the Framework as her virtual version had been killed by HYDRA earlier.
21st Apr '17 12:38:42 AM hellboy909
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* In ''{{Series/Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.}}'' Simmons finds herself doing this when she enters the Framework as her virtual version had been killed by HYDRA earlier.
20th Apr '17 11:13:51 PM Linda58
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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/8793565/chapters/20159878 How the Light Gets In]]'': When Laurel is resurrected (by currently unknown means), she's forced to do this. Described in [[{{NightmareFuel}} horrifying and agonizing]] detail. By the time she gets to the surface, she's torn her knuckles, lost several fingernails, covered in cuts, [[LosingAShoeInTheStruggle lost a shoe]], and [[ArsonMurderAndJayWalking her hair's a mess]]. Dean later reflects on what a horrifying and lasting trauma this is, see [[Quotes/RiseFromYourGrave here]].
7th Feb '17 2:12:50 PM margdean56
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** Batman himself too, at the climax of the ''RIP'' storyline (pictured above).

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** Batman himself too, at the climax of the ''RIP'' storyline (pictured above).storyline.
10th Oct '16 7:40:14 PM HeroGal2347
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* {{Superman}} did this in one story after having apparently been killed (and insta-buried) by Terra-Man. Since he retained his powers, it was not a very surprising feat. The twist set up by the villain was that he came back looking like Terra-Man, leading him to be hunted by other superheroes for obvious reasons.
* In one of the comics where MickeyMouse is depicted as a hard-boiled detective, he was buired alive by the bad guys, in a fresh grave and without a coffin. He managed to cup some air in front of his face, but he only got a hand out under his own power, which was enough since the police were there by then and dug him up.

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* {{Superman}} did this in one story after having apparently been killed (and insta-buried) by Terra-Man. Since he retained his powers, it was not a very surprising feat. The twist set up by the villain was that he came back looking like Terra-Man, leading him to be hunted by other superheroes [[MistakenForOwnMurderer for obvious reasons.
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* In one of the comics where MickeyMouse is depicted as a hard-boiled detective, he was buired buried alive by the bad guys, in a fresh grave and without a coffin. He managed to cup some air in front of his face, but he only got a hand out under his own power, which was enough since the police were there by then and dug him up.
29th Aug '16 11:59:42 PM Delphi
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* In the short story ''Where there's a will...'' by Richard Matheson and Richard Christian Matheson, the protagonist has been BuriedAlive, and [[{{Determinator}} refusing to give up,]] manages to break the coffin, push through the dirt and escape his grave. Then we find out just how much of a {{Determinator}} he really is;[[spoiler: turns out he wasn't buried ''alive.'']]
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