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4th Feb '16 2:11:56 AM JulianLapostat
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* Creator/AlanMoore's ComicBook/{{Providence}} has a photograph of the Order of the Stella Sapiente taken by Ronald Underwood Pitman. Pitman notes that he was chosen by the group because he was a man of discretion (presumably because he had something to hide himself). The people in the photo are Garland and Leticia Wheatley (as a young girl), Edgar Wade, Henry Anneseley and at the center of the picture, Van Buren (aka Whipple Van Buren Phillips, Lovecraft's maternal grandfather [[RaisedByGrandparents who helped raise him]]) and next to him, a travelling salesman with an English accent identified by Pitman as "Winston something" (he is in fact Winfield Scott Lovecraft, HP's Dad).
3rd Jan '16 9:17:46 AM Neakal
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* In the first ComicBook/{{Grandville}}, Inspector Lebrock finds an old photo that contains the (then) future French Prime Minister, his main CorruptCorporateExecutive supporter, his (then) future ministers of military and secret police and TheGadgeteer whose death Lebrock was investigating. It is one of the main pieces of evidence that ties the case together. In this instance, the photo was from a hunting party where a group photo would be a logical thing to happen. It just happened to contain all main players of the conspiracy.
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* In the first ComicBook/{{Grandville}}, Inspector Lebrock finds an old photo that contains the (then) future French Prime Minister, his main CorruptCorporateExecutive supporter, his (then) future ministers of military and secret police and TheGadgeteer the GadgeteerGenius whose death Lebrock was investigating. It is one of the main pieces of evidence that ties the case together. In this instance, the photo was from a hunting party where a group photo would be a logical thing to happen. It just happened to contain all main players of the conspiracy.
3rd Jan '16 9:16:00 AM Neakal
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* In the first ComicBook/{{Grandville}}, Inspector Lebrock finds an old photo that contains the (then) future French Prime Minister, his main CorruptCorporateExecutive supporter, his (then) future ministers of military and secret police and TheGadgeteer whose death Lebrock was investigating. It is one of the main pieces of evidence that ties the case together. In this instance, the photo was from a hunting party where a group photo would be a logical thing to happen. It just happened to contain all main players of the conspiracy.
3rd Mar '15 7:04:10 PM jormis29
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* In Hellboy The Professor and the army personnel all take a photo with the title character even though he is later denied to exist.
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* In Hellboy ''{{Film/Hellboy}}'' The Professor and the army personnel all take a photo with the title character even though he is later denied to exist.
3rd Mar '15 12:17:22 PM GrandNagusZek
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* In "Film/Hellboy" The Professor and the army personnel all take a photo with the title character even though he is later denied to exist.
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* In "Film/Hellboy" Hellboy The Professor and the army personnel all take a photo with the title character even though he is later denied to exist.
3rd Mar '15 12:16:25 PM GrandNagusZek
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* The film of ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'' loves this trope. During the opening credits alone we see a sepia toned photo of the original 1940 era Minutemen, the photograph taken at the first Silk Spectre's leaving meal and a picture of the new generation of Watchmen standing in front of an American flag.
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* The film of ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'' loves this trope. During the opening credits alone we see a sepia toned photo of the original 1940 era Minutemen, the photograph taken at the first Silk Spectre's leaving meal and a picture of the new generation of Watchmen standing in front of an American flag.flag. * In "Film/Hellboy" The Professor and the army personnel all take a photo with the title character even though he is later denied to exist.
19th Feb '15 3:36:00 PM StFan
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* The film of ''Main/{{Watchmen}}'' loves this trope. During the opening credits alone we see a sepia toned photo of the original 1940 era Minutemen, the photograph taken at the first Silk Spectre's leaving meal and a picture of the new generation of Watchmen standing in front of an American flag.
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* The film of ''Main/{{Watchmen}}'' ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'' loves this trope. During the opening credits alone we see a sepia toned photo of the original 1940 era Minutemen, the photograph taken at the first Silk Spectre's leaving meal and a picture of the new generation of Watchmen standing in front of an American flag.
24th Jan '15 7:17:08 AM Whiskyjack
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* The film of ''Main/{{Watchmen}}'' loves this trope. During the opening credits alone we see A sepia toned photo of the original 1940 era Minutemen, the photograph taken at the first Silk Spectre's leaving meal and a picture of the new generation of Watchmen standing in front of an American flag.
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* The film of ''Main/{{Watchmen}}'' loves this trope. During the opening credits alone we see A a sepia toned photo of the original 1940 era Minutemen, the photograph taken at the first Silk Spectre's leaving meal and a picture of the new generation of Watchmen standing in front of an American flag.
24th Jan '15 7:16:26 AM Whiskyjack
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* The film of ''Main/{{Watchmen}}'' loves this trope. During the opening credits alone we see A sepia toned photo of the original 1940 era Minutemen, the photograph taken at the first Silk Spectre's leaving meal and a picture of the new generation of Watchmen standing in front of an American flag.
27th Sep '14 5:08:34 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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Of course! You get everyone in one generalized location and throw a party of some sort. Maybe the heroes have some laughter and drinks to celebrate a victory, or the villains get to glower a each other.
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Of course! You get everyone in one generalized location and throw a party of some sort. Maybe the heroes have some laughter and drinks to celebrate a victory, or the villains get to glower a at each other.
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