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18th May '16 7:58:03 AM Dravencour
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* In the fourth season of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', The Dead Moon Circus arrives on Earth from their nightmare dimension through a solar eclipse. Later, when the Dead Moon's leader Queen Nehelenia, breaks free of her magic mirror prison and temporary takes over the world, her evil magic powers caused a permanent solar eclipse that covers the entire world in darkness that would not disappear until after Nehelenia had been sealed away again by Sailor Moon.

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* In the fourth season of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', The Dead Moon Circus arrives on Earth from their nightmare dimension through a solar eclipse. Later, when the Dead Moon's leader leader, Queen Nehelenia, breaks free of her magic mirror prison and temporary temporarily takes over the world, her evil magic powers caused cause a permanent solar eclipse that covers the entire world in darkness that would does not disappear abate until after Nehelenia had been is sealed away again by Sailor Moon.
7th Apr '16 7:17:21 AM Phred
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* Season 1 of ''WesternAniation/DawnOfTheCroods'' ends with a solar eclipse that causes the cavemen to panic, thinking someone's stolen the sun. the episode ends before the eclipse is resolved, leading to a cliffhanger.

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* Season 1 of ''WesternAniation/DawnOfTheCroods'' ''WesternAnimation/DawnOfTheCroods'' ends with a solar eclipse that causes the cavemen to panic, thinking someone's stolen the sun. the episode ends before the eclipse is resolved, leading to a cliffhanger.
7th Apr '16 7:05:50 AM Phred
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', tired of Julien's antics, the chimps decide to take advantage of an eclipse and Julien's faith in sky spirits to trick Julien into changing his ways.
* Season 1 of ''WesternAniation/DawnOfTheCroods'' ends with a solar eclipse that causes the cavemen to panic, thinking someone's stolen the sun. the episode ends before the eclipse is resolved, leading to a cliffhanger.
20th Mar '16 3:27:38 PM lalalei2001
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* Franchise/TheDCU has the villain Eclipso. At first, a villain who only came out of his host's body during an eclipse, he has far surpassed that. And back in those days, the host quite sensibly tried to avoid being around when there was any kind of eclipse. You'd think that with an almanac and a modest travel budget, that wouldn't be hard, but he seemed to be really bad at it.

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* Franchise/TheDCU has the villain Eclipso.ComicBook/{{Eclipso}}. At first, a villain who only came out of his host's body during an eclipse, he has far surpassed that. And back in those days, the host quite sensibly tried to avoid being around when there was any kind of eclipse. You'd think that with an almanac and a modest travel budget, that wouldn't be hard, but he seemed to be really bad at it.



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31st Jan '16 7:48:15 PM ErikModi
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* In ''Series/TeenWolf'' a lunar eclipse takes away all werewolves powers in the affected area. This is a crucial plot point allowing [[spoiler: the BigBad of the season, an evil druid, to attempt to kill the ''other'' big bad of the season, an incredibly powerful alpha werewolf.]]
18th Dec '15 7:10:57 PM Phred
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* The second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPussInBoots'' concerns a race against time to complete a spell to restore the barrier that protected the town of San Lorenzo before some unspecified disaster hits during the eclipse. [[spoiler: It turns out the entire spell and prophecy that came with it were fake, and instead the spell is to summon an ancient evil ''during'' the eclipse.]]
2nd Dec '15 8:44:15 PM DarkStarling
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[-[[caption-width-right:270: [[XKCD Okay, who shot up the Moon?]] ]]-]

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2nd Dec '15 8:43:58 PM DarkStarling
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[-[[caption-width-right:270:Okay, who shot up the Moon? ]]-]

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[-[[caption-width-right:270:Okay, [-[[caption-width-right:270: [[XKCD Okay, who shot up the Moon? Moon?]] ]]-]
13th Nov '15 8:47:03 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the ''Series/{{Spellbinder}}'' pilot, the protagonist goes on a field trip into the woods in order to watch an eclipse. While there, the teacher tells the students about how, in the old days, people thought that an eclipse was a dragon swallowing the sun and offered human sacrifices to appease the dragon. When students laugh at the stupid primitives, the teacher points out that they kept believing it because the sacrifice worked every time. Later, after he ends up in the AfterTheEnd parallel world, he has trouble convincing a local girl to help him, so he remembers his teacher's story and plays it out, when the eclipse happens (at the same time in this world as in ours). She agrees to help him, if he returns the sun. [[BlatantLies He does]].
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