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20th Apr '16 1:13:19 PM Berrenta
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* Thanks to its [[ItGetsBetter rather poor pacing]], ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'' has quite a few of these:

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* Thanks to its [[ItGetsBetter [[PacingProblems rather poor pacing]], ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'' has quite a few of these:
13th Apr '16 8:15:28 AM dsneybuf
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** Doomed, a college freshman who accidentally gained the ability to become a Doomsday-like monster, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. At the least, his acceptance of his dual nature at the end of that book suggested that becoming a Titan would allow him to unleash the fullest extent of his abilities. Unfortunately, his tenure basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.

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** Doomed, Doomed/Reiser, a college freshman who accidentally gained the ability to become a Doomsday-like monster, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in had most of his intrigue removed when transferred from his short-lived solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A comic[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] to the Teen Titans. Initially, Doomed's induction seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. At the least, his Reiser's acceptance of his dual nature at the end of that his book suggested that becoming a Titan joining the Titans would allow him Doomed to unleash the fullest extent of his abilities. Unfortunately, his tenure basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity Reiser having even less personality than he did in the solo series.
12th Apr '16 5:23:41 PM dsneybuf
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** Doomed, a college freshman accidentally exposed to the Doomsday virus, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. At the least, his acceptance of his dual nature at the end of that book suggested that becoming a Titan would allow him to unleash the fullest extent of his abilities. Unfortunately, his tenure as basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.

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** Doomed, a college freshman who accidentally exposed to gained the Doomsday virus, ability to become a Doomsday-like monster, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. At the least, his acceptance of his dual nature at the end of that book suggested that becoming a Titan would allow him to unleash the fullest extent of his abilities. Unfortunately, his tenure as basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.
12th Apr '16 3:47:26 PM dsneybuf
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** Doomed, a college freshman accidentally exposed to the Doomsday virus, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. Unfortunately, his tenure as a Titan basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.

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** Doomed, a college freshman accidentally exposed to the Doomsday virus, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. At the least, his acceptance of his dual nature at the end of that book suggested that becoming a Titan would allow him to unleash the fullest extent of his abilities. Unfortunately, his tenure as a Titan basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.
12th Apr '16 1:23:53 PM dsneybuf
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** Doomed, a DitzyGenius accidentally exposed to the Doomsday virus, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. Unfortunately, his tenure as a Titan basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.

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** Doomed, a DitzyGenius college freshman accidentally exposed to the Doomsday virus, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. Unfortunately, his tenure as a Titan basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.
12th Apr '16 9:15:05 AM dsneybuf
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** Doomed, a DitzyGenius accidentally exposed to the Doomsday virus, faced some potentially intriguing struggles in his solo series. His induction into the Teen Titans after his book's swift cancellation[[labelnote:*]]A lukewarm reception resulted in ''Doomed'' getting canned after six issues, seven including the "sneak preview"[[/labelnote]] seemed to provide an opportunity for further exploration into his efforts to prove he has a greater potential for good than Doomsday did, overcome his difficulty communicating as a vocally unintelligible monster, and address the possibility that he might someday become unable to resume human form. Unfortunately, his tenure as a Titan basically consisted simply of making some very gratuitous cameos, before heading back to Metropolis. This also resulted in Doomed's human identity having even less personality than he did in the solo series.
2nd Apr '16 12:13:21 PM liamh
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* Finnick from ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' starts off as a cutesy sidekick to Nick, who is apparently a baby fox that wants to grow up to be an elephant...only for the audience to find out later on he's actually a grown up fennec fox that has a cynical, aggressive, tough as nails personality and a deep voice. However, despite the fact that he makes his personality very well known, he only gets three lines and is in the movie for less than 5 minutes, to the point where he's pretty much the only character in the movie whose nowhere to be found in the DancePartyEnding (which is also kind of weird considering he can be seen on many of the promotional materials for the movie, to the point where he has his [[AscendedExtra own toy commercial]].

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* Finnick from ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' starts off as a cutesy sidekick to Nick, who is apparently a baby fox that wants to grow up to be an elephant...only for the audience to find out later on he's actually a grown up fennec fox that has a cynical, aggressive, tough as nails personality and a deep voice. However, despite the fact that he makes his personality very well known, he only gets three lines and is in the movie for less than 5 minutes, to the point where he's pretty much the only character in the movie whose nowhere to be found in the DancePartyEnding (which is also kind of weird considering he can be seen on many of the promotional materials for the movie, to the point where he has his [[AscendedExtra own toy commercial]].commercial]]).
2nd Apr '16 12:12:39 PM liamh
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* Finnick from ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' starts off as a cutesy sidekick to Nick, who is apparently a baby fox that wants to grow up to be an elephant...only for the audience to find out later on he's actually a grown up fennec fox that has a cynical, aggressive, tough as nails personality and a deep voice. However, despite the fact that he makes his personality very well known, he only gets three lines and is in the movie for less than 5 minutes, to the point where he's pretty much the only character in the movie whose nowhere to be found in the DancePartyEnding (which is also kind of weird considering he can be seen on many of the promotional materials for the movie, to the point where he has his [[AscendedExtra own toy commercial]].
18th Mar '16 7:48:36 PM Blazer
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* Many fans feel this way about ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''[='s=] Pyrrha Nikos and Penny Polendina. Pyrrha was a BrokenAce of sorts - a girl who excelled at everything and won many awards that a lot of people felt they were not good enough to even be her friend while Penny was a military-grade robot in the form of a teenage girl who formed a bond with main heroine Ruby Rose. Up until Volume 3, we watched the two grow and evolve somewhat and Volume 3 seemed to show them wanting to branch off into bigger things. [[spoiler:By the end of the volume, both girls are killed by the diabolical plans of [[BigBad Cinder Fall]].]]
30th Jan '16 8:54:06 PM YasminPerry
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** Stacey Pilgrim was an interesting "normal" character (for a certain value of [[MundaneFantastic normal]], anyway), but she almost completely disappears from the series after the second volume. When she reappears in the final volume, she's suddenly acting like a jerkass.

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** Stacey Pilgrim was an interesting "normal" character (for a certain value of [[MundaneFantastic normal]], anyway), but she almost completely disappears from the series after the second volume. When she reappears in the final volume, she's [[OutOfCharacterMoment suddenly acting like a jerkass.]]
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