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20th May '18 7:56:59 PM NESBoy
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** In "Skip", Lilo and Stitch capture an experiment that is able to travel ten years into the future. In the first ten year travel, a seventeen (and shall I say HOT!) Lilo finds out that she has missed out on seven years of her life. When she goes another ten years in the future, everyting is hell. The villain Hamsterviel has taken over the island and the planet, captured all the experiments, and has become king of the galactic federation. Lilo decides that she can't force herself to grow up too early and conventiantly sets the reset button on the experiment to go back to the present time. My personal opinion to this episode is: Why didn't Lilo and Stitch starve to death when all that time went by?

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** In "Skip", Lilo and Stitch capture an experiment that is able to travel ten years into the future. In the first ten year travel, a seventeen (and shall I say HOT!) seventeen-year-old Lilo finds out that she has missed out on seven years of her life. When she goes another ten years in the future, everyting is hell. The villain Hamsterviel has taken over the island and the planet, captured all the experiments, and has become king of the galactic federation. Lilo decides that she can't force herself to grow up too early and conventiantly sets the reset button on the experiment to go back to the present time. My personal opinion to this episode is: Why didn't Lilo and Stitch starve to death when all that time went by?
1st Apr '18 9:40:04 AM fighwitt
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* All over the place in ''Fanfic/HellsisterTrilogy'', with ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and the ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}} travelling to the future, to the past and to the even more distant future.
3rd Mar '18 1:10:02 PM FuzzyBoots
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* Jack Chalker's ''{{Literature/DowntimingTheNightSide}}'' only allows a person to "jump" inside the body and consciousness of a person. The catch is that their minds get blended together so that with every jump, the time traveler retains a portion of the mind of the person they jumped into. Repeated jumps can overwhelm the time traveler's mind creating a completely different person. The protagonist gets so confused by this that [[spoiler:he eventually occupies the body of a woman, the same woman he had earlier slept with a had children by]].

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* Jack Chalker's ''{{Literature/DowntimingTheNightSide}}'' ''Literature/DowntimingTheNightSide'' only allows a person to "jump" inside the body and consciousness of a person. The catch is that their minds get blended together so that with every jump, the time traveler retains a portion of the mind of the person they jumped into. Repeated jumps can overwhelm the time traveler's mind creating a completely different person. The protagonist gets so confused by this that [[spoiler:he eventually occupies the body of a woman, the same woman he had earlier slept with a had children by]].
25th Feb '18 6:55:33 PM minindo
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* ''VideoGame/{{Braid}}'', a Main/{{Platform Game}}, has a full time-reversing mechanic as well as different worlds, each where time flows differently depending on certain conditions.
1st Feb '18 5:51:03 AM EDP
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* Time travel often shows up in the ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics, in different flavors depending on the subseries and the specific technology:
** Professors Marlin and Zapotek employ a time machine to send Mickey and Goofy to investigate historical mysteries. To come back, the travellers must be exactly where they arrived every six hours after the arrival (ways to offset this problem have been studied, but always presented trouble).
*** This one can be used for [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleportation]] by setting the time travel to 0, but the experiments have shown it unsafe for the time being.
** A one-shot character once used one to get rid of Super Goof. This variant is notable in that it allowed the traveler to interact with the past but not to interfere with it, resulting in [[NighInvulnerable Super Goof]] being tossed around by a flying butterfly and stabbing his feet by landing on grass.
** Gyro has invented many time machines. Of particular note is the Chronomachine from the "classic" Paperinik stories, as [[YouAlreadyChangedThePast the traveler's actions end up causing whatever has happened]]... And can be modified to create an artificial timeline and set it up.
** ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' makes heavy use of time travel, with a few recurring characters being TimePolice agents and rogue time travelers that use the technology to steal and/or try and change the past (the ones that try by changing some specific event never succeed unless they do so by ''accident''. The Organization, on the other hand, knows how to just grab the timeline to a specific course...).
27th Jan '18 1:47:12 PM MurrayTheBlue
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* ''Series/{{Continuum}}'' is perhaps the best example of how to have a show that is about time travel, has very specific rules for how it works, but actually features very little time travel. In this universe, time travel works as such:
** 1. Time Travel only works in one direction (Backwards).
** 2. The instant someone travels back in time, the period they came from immediately starts erasing, and this process is impossible to stop, meaning the moment time travel occurs, every single person the time traveler knew is wiped from existence.
** 3. The time traveler's memory/existence is not effected by the changing of their timeline once they make the journey, even if a past version of them is killed.
** Season's 1-3 focus heavily on the psychological toll this takes on the protagonists as they slowly take in the ramifications of only a single trip through time, and how YouCan'tGoHomeAgain. Season 4 goes OffTheRails when the villains finally figure out how to break these rules.
19th Jan '18 10:22:44 AM Piterpicher
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* ''NickArcade'' had a Time Travel board where the player (Mikey) moves between the past and the future of his own neighborhood.

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* ''NickArcade'' ''Series/NickArcade'' had a Time Travel board where the player (Mikey) moves between the past and the future of his own neighborhood.
13th Jan '18 1:15:14 PM Nevermore2002
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* In ''ComicBook/YokoTsuno'', time travel is occasionally present in the series. So far, there has been 3 ways to travel through time: two invented on Earth by humans from different eras and another by aliens called Vineans.
* In ''ComicBook/TheScrameustache'', time travel stories rarely show up. On two occasions, [[spoiler:it was to save Khena's family and another to free Uncle Georges from a curse]].
10th Jan '18 3:02:17 AM lillolillo
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* Prior to [[ComicBook/PostCrisis 1985]] Franchise/{{Superman}} could time travel under his own power but would arrive in the past completely invisible (unless traveling to before he was born) and intangible, unable to interact with the past in any way, avoiding the problems with this trope. After 1985, he was no longer powerful enough to time travel at all.

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* Prior to [[ComicBook/PostCrisis 1985]] Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} could time travel under his own power but would arrive in the past completely invisible (unless traveling to before he was born) and intangible, unable to interact with the past in any way, avoiding the problems with this trope. After 1985, he was Kryptonians were no longer powerful enough to time travel at all.



* ''[[FanFic/TransformersPrimeTimeWar Transformers Prime: Time War]]'' has Megatron use a machine created by Shockwave go back into the past. Whereupon a small band of Autobots, led by Smokescreen are inadvertently dragged along with him.

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* ''[[FanFic/TransformersPrimeTimeWar Transformers Prime: Time War]]'' ''FanFic/TransformersPrimeTimeWar'' has Megatron use a machine created by Shockwave go back into the past. Whereupon a small band of Autobots, led by Smokescreen are inadvertently dragged along with him.


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* In ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInThe8thGrade'', -a version of- ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} gains time-travelling powers and travels back and forward to try set the timeline right.
18th Dec '17 3:37:37 AM Spindriver
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* The Franchise/{{Bobbinsverse}} comics, and especially ''Webcomic/ScaryGoRound'' and in [[TimeTravelEpisode one storyline ''Webcomic/BadMachinery'',]] feature quite a bit of time travel, by various methods. It tends to get messy and weird. There are apparently rules, but they're hard to keep track of.

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* The Franchise/{{Bobbinsverse}} comics, and especially ''Webcomic/ScaryGoRound'' and in [[TimeTravelEpisode one storyline ''Webcomic/BadMachinery'',]] storyline]] ''Webcomic/BadMachinery'', feature quite a bit of time travel, by various methods. It tends to get messy and weird. There are apparently rules, but they're hard to keep track of.
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