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5th May '18 11:29:52 PM bakadude
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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In later chapters, future Nobita gets a beer belly and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars. The latter Nobita is already married and has a tween son, so it could somewhat reasonably explained away that there is an astronomical technological leap between the times when he gets married and when his son turns 10.

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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish childhood sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In later chapters, future Nobita gets a beer belly and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars. The latter Nobita is already married and has a tween son, so it could somewhat reasonably explained away that there is an astronomical technological leap between the times when he gets married and when his son turns 10.
5th May '18 11:28:42 PM bakadude
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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gets a beer belly and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars. The latter Nobita is already married and has a tween son, so it could somewhat reasonably explained away that there is an astronomical technological leap between the times when he gets married and when his son turns 10.

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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, chapters, future Nobita gets a beer belly and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars. The latter Nobita is already married and has a tween son, so it could somewhat reasonably explained away that there is an astronomical technological leap between the times when he gets married and when his son turns 10.
5th May '18 11:26:37 PM bakadude
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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gets a beer belly and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars.

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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gets a beer belly and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars. The latter Nobita is already married and has a tween son, so it could somewhat reasonably explained away that there is an astronomical technological leap between the times when he gets married and when his son turns 10.
5th May '18 11:24:11 PM bakadude
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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gains weight and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars.

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* In an earlier chapter of ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gains weight gets a beer belly and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars.
5th May '18 11:22:49 PM bakadude
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* In an earlier chapter of ''Doraemon'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gains weight and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars.

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* In an earlier chapter of ''Doraemon'', ''Franchise/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gains weight and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars.
5th May '18 11:22:26 PM bakadude
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* In an earlier chapter of ''Doraemon'', Nobita travels to the future with Doraemon to see if he ends up marrying his childish sweetheart Shizuka; the future looks more or less like the present, except for the fact that all characters get older. In a later chapter, future Nobita gains weight and resembles his father more, and the future becomes an awful lot more futuristic, with everyone wearing futuristic tights and boots and commute in hovering cars.
28th Apr '18 6:17:21 AM bakadude
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* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamOrigins'', developed by WB Games Montréal (not the original developers from Rocksteady Studios), portrays the first meeting between Joker and Harley Quinn dramatically differently from what's heard from video tapes in ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum''. Instead of just another villainous rambling from Joker and slutty responses from Harley Quinn in ''Asylum'', the conversation is quite serious: Joker keeps pondering on his newfound nemesis, Batman, and talks about him as if they're destined for each other, while Harley Quinn, portrayed as being uncharacteristically timid and shy, only gives back minor responses and completely submits to the belief that he was talking about her.
19th Apr '18 12:14:10 PM kyojikasshu
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* Another minor one from ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' happened in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWingEndlessWaltz''. While the movie {{retcon}}ned the designs of the Gundams, flashbacks to before the beginning of the series showed the Heavyarms and Deathscythe in their final movie forms, even though both machines received a MidSeasonUpgrade (and Deathscythe was explicitly rebuilt from the ground up, and did not have its Active Cloak wings at the time). In addition, Wing Zero's design change removed its [[TransformingMecha Neo-Bird flight mode]]. The 2010 manga ''The Glory of Losers'', a retelling of the series, patches this over by using the ''Endless Waltz'' designs, while ignoring the movie's flashback errors and instead showing redesigned pre-upgrade versions of the suits when appropriate. The manga even restores the TV version of Wing Zero as the original SuperPrototype state of that suit, before later being upgraded to the ''Endless Waltz'' version.
17th Feb '18 9:23:16 AM DonaldthePotholer
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** The Beheeyem in a Decolara episode says that "idiots can't be hypnotized" regarding why [[IdiotHero Ash]], Jessie, and James {{No S|ell}}old their hypnotic suggestions. Tell that to Melvin the Stage Magician, a herd of wild Stantler, and [[Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife Marcus]] in Ash's case, and Ash's own Noctowl ''for all three''! Heck, Leon and his own Beheeyem from ''Best Wishes'' proper could count given that they sent Ash into the same dream state as Iris, Cilan, Pikachu, Meowth, et. al. Ash was effectively a HypnoFool prior to Decolora.[[note]][[SlapYourselfAwake Meowth's Fury Swipes]] were what protected Ash from the Malamar later on.[[/note]]

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** The Beheeyem in a Decolara episode says that "idiots can't be hypnotized" regarding why [[IdiotHero Ash]], Jessie, and James {{No S|ell}}old their hypnotic suggestions. Tell that to Melvin the Stage Magician, a herd of wild Stantler, and [[Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife Marcus]] in Ash's case, and Ash's own Noctowl ''for all three''! Heck, Leon and his own Beheeyem from ''Best Wishes'' proper could count given that they sent Ash into the same dream state as Iris, Cilan, Pikachu, Meowth, et. al. Ash was effectively a HypnoFool prior to Decolora.[[note]][[SlapYourselfAwake Meowth's Fury Swipes]] were what protected Ash from the Malamar later on.on; Jessie and James fell prey like everyone else save Meowth, who slapped ''himself'' awake.[[/note]]
12th Jan '18 4:20:08 PM Gamermaster
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** Honestly, Greek mythology could have a page to itself, due to its numerous continuity errors and [[ContinuitySnarls snarls]].

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** Honestly, Greek mythology could have a page to itself, due to its numerous continuity errors and [[ContinuitySnarls [[ContinuitySnarl snarls]].
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