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26th Feb '17 4:30:44 PM nombretomado
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** Paolo, the right-hand-man to supporting character Aleytis "Lee" Forrester, was brutally killed in ''ComicBook/{{Cable}}'' #11 (May, 1994), an issue written by Glenn Gerdling. Apparently nobody told this to LarryHama and Chris Claremont, so Paolo turns up alive in ''X-Men Unlimited #9'' (December, 1995) and ''Uncanny X-Men'' #386-387 (November-December, 2000).

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** Paolo, the right-hand-man to supporting character Aleytis "Lee" Forrester, was brutally killed in ''ComicBook/{{Cable}}'' #11 (May, 1994), an issue written by Glenn Gerdling. Apparently nobody told this to LarryHama Creator/LarryHama and Chris Claremont, so Paolo turns up alive in ''X-Men Unlimited #9'' (December, 1995) and ''Uncanny X-Men'' #386-387 (November-December, 2000).
26th Feb '17 12:48:38 PM nombretomado
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** For that matter, JhonenVasquez would probably have killed off half the minor characters if Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} hadn't insisted you NeverSayDie; Iggins, for example, is shown in a scene where he should have logically died, but at the end of the episode ''[[MindScrew flies away from the wreckage]]'' [[WriterRevolt like a superhero.]]

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** For that matter, JhonenVasquez Creator/JhonenVasquez would probably have killed off half the minor characters if Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} hadn't insisted you NeverSayDie; Iggins, for example, is shown in a scene where he should have logically died, but at the end of the episode ''[[MindScrew flies away from the wreckage]]'' [[WriterRevolt like a superhero.]]
24th Feb '17 4:43:39 AM N8han11
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** First off, it's not the same AS. The organization he's a part of gives Gauron a new (better) toy each time. The over-heating was a real problem in the beginning, but at Perio Islnds Gauron was just pretending he had the same problem so he could justify his surrender. Also, the encounters between Gauron and Mithril happen over a period of nearly a year, with several months going on between them. And the Helmajistan arc happens only in the anime, anyway. In the novels, Gauron simply changes from the silvery Codarl to the red Venom, complaining that if only he would have had ''this'' one from the beginning... He also had lost one of his legs in North Korea, and was using a prosthetic one.
11th Feb '17 8:02:47 AM Joysweeper
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* In ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear'', the CoolShip ''The Shroud'' [[ComingInHot crashes spectacularly]]. It's been damaged [[ClosedCircle several times before]], but this time it's worse and characters actually believe it can't be repaired, and they salvage bits of it and feel sad. In the next book they're flying about in it with no comment. Addressed several years later in the {{Interquel}} ''Death in the Slave Pits of Lorrd'', where Han Solo decides to haul it to a tech he knows who'll fix it, and Tash says she's not sure why her uncle thought it was done - after all, her brother Zak's come BackFromTheDead twice now.

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* In ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear'', ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear: Planet Of Terror'', the CoolShip ''The Shroud'' [[ComingInHot crashes spectacularly]]. It's been damaged [[ClosedCircle several times before]], but this time it's worse and characters actually believe it can't be repaired, and they sadly salvage bits of it and feel sad.it. In the next book they're flying about in it with no comment. Addressed several years later in the {{Interquel}} ''Death in the Slave Pits of Lorrd'', where Han Solo decides to haul tows it to a tech mechanic he knows who'll fix it, and Tash says she's not sure why her uncle thought it the ship was done - after all, her brother Zak's come BackFromTheDead twice now.
10th Feb '17 10:30:56 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* In ''Disney/PeterPan'', since Creator/{{Disney}} cut out Tinker Bell's resurrection via ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve, her recovery goes unexplained in this version.
29th Jan '17 8:42:19 AM Tyk5919
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* In ''ComicBook/TheBadEggs'', Jumbo Johnson has his head crushed during a rock slide in the third issue. By issue four, he's up and walking again, and no one ever brings up that he was nearly killed from the incident.
22nd Jan '17 2:24:10 AM Blowboovb
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* In the eighth episode of the sixth season in ''Series/{{Game of Thrones}}'', the young assassin, Arya Stark, has a seemingly miraculous recovery from a stab wound she endured at the conclusion of the previous episode. She is shown suffering from her wound, but her total and rapid recovery is unexplained.

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* In the eighth episode of the sixth season in ''Series/{{Game of Thrones}}'', the young assassin, Arya Stark, has a seemingly miraculous recovery from a stab wound to the gut she endured at the conclusion of the previous episode.episode prior. She is shown suffering from her wound, but her total and rapid recovery is unexplained.
22nd Jan '17 2:23:06 AM Blowboovb
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*In the eighth episode of the sixth season in ''Series/{{Game of Thrones}}'', the young assassin, Arya Stark, has a seemingly miraculous recovery from a stab wound she endured at the conclusion of the previous episode. She is shown suffering from her wound, but her total and rapid recovery is unexplained.
8th Jan '17 3:33:04 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain Hammerhead has been killed multiple times in seemingly irreversible ways, including a ''nuclear explosion'', only to bounce right back with some {{hand wave}}d explanation, if any at all. In the [[UltimateMarvel Ultimate universe]], he had his ''head exploded'' by Comicbook/{{Gambit}} in ''Comicbook/UltimateXMen'', only to appear sometime later in ''Comicbook/UltimateSpiderMan'', right as rain. When another character points out that he's supposed to be dead, his response is, "It sucked. I came back."

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* ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain Hammerhead has been killed multiple times in seemingly irreversible ways, including a ''nuclear explosion'', only to bounce right back with some {{hand wave}}d explanation, if any at all. In the [[UltimateMarvel [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate universe]], he had his ''head exploded'' by Comicbook/{{Gambit}} in ''Comicbook/UltimateXMen'', only to appear sometime later in ''Comicbook/UltimateSpiderMan'', right as rain. When another character points out that he's supposed to be dead, his response is, "It sucked. I came back."
8th Jan '17 1:38:55 PM nombretomado
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* Comicbook/CaptainBritain was supposedly killed in an explosion during ''Comicbook/{{Ultimatum}}'', and was even listed in the "In Memorium" section at the end of the series. He showed up in a later issue of ''TheUltimates'' with no mention of his "death", though he was now shown to be dying of cancer caused by his [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman supersuit]].

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* Comicbook/CaptainBritain was supposedly killed in an explosion during ''Comicbook/{{Ultimatum}}'', and was even listed in the "In Memorium" section at the end of the series. He showed up in a later issue of ''TheUltimates'' ''ComicBook/TheUltimates'' with no mention of his "death", though he was now shown to be dying of cancer caused by his [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman supersuit]].
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