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29th Dec '15 2:59:42 PM Anddrix
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* As pictured above, this was done in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' for the Franchise/TheFlash's SuperSpeed. The moment in the picture comes from "Divided We Fall" when he's alone, fighting [[spoiler: the {{fusion|Dance}} [[TwoBeingsOneBody of]] SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor and ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}.]]

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* As pictured above, this was done in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' for the Franchise/TheFlash's SuperSpeed. The moment in the picture comes from "Divided We Fall" when he's alone, fighting [[spoiler: the {{fusion|Dance}} [[TwoBeingsOneBody of]] SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor and ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}.]]
18th Dec '15 4:30:25 PM eroock
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[[quoteright:208:[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/speed_stripes_3445.png]]]]

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18th Oct '15 4:57:06 PM nombretomado
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* The ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls'' Intro, and occasionally during action sequences in-show.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' Intro, and occasionally during action sequences in-show.
6th May '15 11:26:11 PM erforce
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* Used in the ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania}}'' series by Alucard and Soma Cruz.

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* Used in the ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania}}'' ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' series by Alucard and Soma Cruz.
24th Apr '15 3:30:09 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''RustyAndCo'', [[http://rustyandco.com/comic/level-6-39/ the weapon hurtling toward Madeline's head.]]

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* In ''RustyAndCo'', ''Webcomic/RustyAndCo'', [[http://rustyandco.com/comic/level-6-39/ the weapon hurtling toward Madeline's head.]]



* Used in the ''{{Castlevania}}'' series by Alucard and Soma Cruz.

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* Used in the ''{{Castlevania}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania}}'' series by Alucard and Soma Cruz.
7th Apr '15 3:51:58 AM Thunderchin
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[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] [[CoolCar racing stripes]]. Or motion blur.
11th Mar '15 11:32:37 AM eroock
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->-- '''Narrator''', a Creator/CartoonNetwork ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' spot

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->-- -->-- '''Narrator''', a Creator/CartoonNetwork ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' spot
29th Jan '15 3:43:51 AM GeneralGarrettGaming
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* Used in the Franchise/{{Castlevania}} series by Alucard and Soma Cruz.

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* Used in the Franchise/{{Castlevania}} ''{{Castlevania}}'' series by Alucard and Soma Cruz.
28th Jan '15 3:35:50 PM GeneralGarrettGaming
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*Used in the Franchise/{{Castlevania}} series by Alucard and Soma Cruz.
28th Oct '14 1:52:57 PM Prfnoff
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This is an effect from Manga, and is indicative of a stylistic difference between the west and Japan in the depiction of movement. While speed lines in the west are traditionally drawn on the character and leave the background in focus, the Japanese artist traditionally speed-lines the background, leaving the character in focus. In the western version, the observer is a stationary bystander being passed or approached by the character, but in the Japanese version the reader is moving ''with'' the character (incidentally, it's useful for reducing the budget by avoiding having to draw a background, so you can reuse the footage to your heart's content).

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This is an effect from Manga, a {{Manga Effect|s}}, and is indicative of a stylistic difference between the west and Japan in the depiction of movement. While speed lines in the west are traditionally drawn on the character and leave the background in focus, the Japanese artist traditionally speed-lines the background, leaving the character in focus. In the western version, the observer is a stationary bystander being passed or approached by the character, but in the Japanese version the reader is moving ''with'' the character (incidentally, character. Incidentally, it's useful for reducing the budget by avoiding having to draw a background, so you can reuse the footage to your heart's content).
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