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4th Sep '16 10:14:50 PM Doug86
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** There are actually ''two'' separate Universe Concordance wikis devoted to ''{{Aquaman}}'' stories: [[http://aquaman.wikia.com/wiki/Aquaman_Wiki Aquaman Wiki]] (which has been going since 2008) and [[http://aqua.gjovaag.com/wiki/Main_Page Aquawiki]]. Both were apparently still active as of 2016.

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** There are actually ''two'' separate Universe Concordance wikis devoted to ''{{Aquaman}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Aquaman}}'' stories: [[http://aquaman.wikia.com/wiki/Aquaman_Wiki Aquaman Wiki]] (which has been going since 2008) and [[http://aqua.gjovaag.com/wiki/Main_Page Aquawiki]]. Both were apparently still active as of 2016.
30th Aug '16 11:44:49 AM Willbyr
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* The good news is that ''{{Inuyasha}}'' has is own Universe Concordance over at [[http://inuyasha.wikia.com Inuyasha Wiki]]. The [[GoodNewsBadNews bad news]] is it falls into the "[[UnreliableNarrator often includes]] copious amounts of {{Fanon}}" category. It's a decent source for reference pictures and episode summaries, though, and appears to be fairly accurate on listing easily-cross-referenced information such as voice actors, publication dates, and [[MeaningfulName the kanji in the names]] of characters, items and attacks.
* [[http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Narutopedia Narutopedia]] is this for ''{{Naruto}}''. Given the size of the fandom in question and the [[LongRunners length of the series]], the wiki-format Universe Concordance is unsurprisingly ''massive'', comprising literally thousands of articles.

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* The good news is that ''{{Inuyasha}}'' ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'' has is own Universe Concordance over at [[http://inuyasha.wikia.com Inuyasha Wiki]]. The [[GoodNewsBadNews bad news]] is it falls into the "[[UnreliableNarrator often includes]] copious amounts of {{Fanon}}" category. It's a decent source for reference pictures and episode summaries, though, and appears to be fairly accurate on listing easily-cross-referenced information such as voice actors, publication dates, and [[MeaningfulName the kanji in the names]] of characters, items and attacks.
* [[http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Narutopedia Narutopedia]] is this for ''{{Naruto}}''.''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. Given the size of the fandom in question and the [[LongRunners length of the series]], the wiki-format Universe Concordance is unsurprisingly ''massive'', comprising literally thousands of articles.
10th Aug '16 6:45:50 PM bwburke94
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Online, unofficial web sites, [[TheWikiRule particularly Wikis]], have taken up the slack, with the {{Trekverse}} Wiki, [[http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Portal:Main Memory Alpha]] as the first example.

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Online, unofficial web sites, [[TheWikiRule particularly Wikis]], have taken up the slack, with the {{Trekverse}} Franchise/{{Trekverse}} Wiki, [[http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Portal:Main Memory Alpha]] as the first example.



* ''{{Pokemon}}'' [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net Bulbapedia]], which is also tied into an alliance of sorts with several Pokemon wikis in other languages. Bulbapedia covers all aspects of the fandom, including the anime,manga,video games ect.

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* ''{{Pokemon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net Bulbapedia]], which is also tied into an alliance of sorts with several Pokemon wikis in other languages. Bulbapedia covers all aspects of the fandom, including both the anime,manga,video video games ect.and their various adaptations.



* Naturally, DCComics fans also have their own Universe Concordances...several, in fact. The [[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/DC_Comics_Database DC Comics Database]] for instance covers the whole of the DCU in all its current and past incarnations, the [[http://dcanimated.wikia.com/wiki/DCAU_Wiki DCAU wiki]] covers the DCAnimatedUniverse in specific, and ''additional'' Universe Concordance type wikis also exist for individual DC franchises, though [[SharedUniverse needless to say the information sometimes overlaps between these]]:

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* Naturally, DCComics Creator/DCComics fans also have their own Universe Concordances...several, in fact. The [[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/DC_Comics_Database DC Comics Database]] for instance covers the whole of the DCU in all its current and past incarnations, the [[http://dcanimated.wikia.com/wiki/DCAU_Wiki DCAU wiki]] covers the DCAnimatedUniverse in specific, and ''additional'' Universe Concordance type wikis also exist for individual DC franchises, though [[SharedUniverse needless to say the information sometimes overlaps between these]]:



** There are several such wikis covering the ''{{Batman}}'' characters, mythology, and related subjects, too. The most notable is probably the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aptly-named]] [[http://batman.wikia.com/ Batman Wiki]].
** The ''{{Superman}}'' franchise has ''several'' Universe Concordance wikis devoted to it or even specific ''subsets'' of it, including [[http://superman.nu/wiki/index.php/Supermanica Supermanica]], [[http://superman.wikia.com/ Superman Wiki]], and [[http://smallville.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page Smallville Wiki]] - that last one [[ExactWords being devoted solely]] to the ''{{Smallville}}'' continuity.
** ''TheFlash'' [[http://theflash.wikia.com/ has one]] devoted to his stories and related characters. And [[http://wonder-woman.wikia.com/wiki/Wonder_Woman_Wiki so does]] ''WonderWoman'' and even [[http://martianmanhunter.wikia.com/ Martian Manhunter]]. Given that, it's unsurprising to find that the [[http://jla.wikia.com/ Justice League of America has its own collective wiki too]].

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** There are several such wikis covering the ''{{Batman}}'' ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' characters, mythology, and related subjects, too. The most notable is probably the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aptly-named]] [[http://batman.wikia.com/ Batman Wiki]].
** The ''{{Superman}}'' ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' franchise has ''several'' Universe Concordance wikis devoted to it or even specific ''subsets'' of it, including [[http://superman.nu/wiki/index.php/Supermanica Supermanica]], [[http://superman.wikia.com/ Superman Wiki]], and [[http://smallville.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page Smallville Wiki]] - that last one [[ExactWords one, of course, being devoted solely]] to the ''{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' continuity.
** ''TheFlash'' ''Franchise/TheFlash'' [[http://theflash.wikia.com/ has one]] devoted to his stories and related characters. And [[http://wonder-woman.wikia.com/wiki/Wonder_Woman_Wiki so does]] ''WonderWoman'' and even [[http://martianmanhunter.wikia.com/ Martian Manhunter]]. Given that, it's unsurprising to find that the [[http://jla.wikia.com/ Justice League of America has its own collective wiki too]].



* Surprising absolutely nobody, the world of ''{{Angel}}'' and ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has at least one, appropriately titled [[http://buffy.wikia.com/wiki/Buffyverse_Wiki the Buffyverse Wiki]].

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* Surprising absolutely nobody, the world of ''{{Angel}}'' and ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' Franchise/{{Buffyverse}} has at least one, appropriately titled [[http://buffy.wikia.com/wiki/Buffyverse_Wiki the Buffyverse Wiki]].
9th Aug '16 11:54:22 PM PaulA
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* [[{{Dragaera}} Steven Brust]] uses fan-created concordances and timelines as references when he continues his series.

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* [[{{Dragaera}} Steven Brust]] Creator/StevenBrust uses fan-created concordances and timelines as references when he continues his series.
2nd Aug '16 5:47:40 PM vorpalgirl
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* [[http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Narutopedia Narutopedia]] is this for ''{{Naruto}}''. Given the size of the fandom in question and the [[LongRunners length of the series]], the wiki-format Universe Concordance is unsurprisingly ''massive'', comprising literally thousands of articles.
2nd Aug '16 5:42:16 PM vorpalgirl
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** There are several Wikis covering the ''{{Batman}}'' characters, mythology, and related subjects, too. The most notable is probably the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aptly-named]] [[http://batman.wikia.com/ Batman Wiki]].

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** There are several Wikis such wikis covering the ''{{Batman}}'' characters, mythology, and related subjects, too. The most notable is probably the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aptly-named]] [[http://batman.wikia.com/ Batman Wiki]].




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* ''{{Hellboy}}'' has the [[http://hellboy.wikia.com/ Hellboy Wiki]], which in addition to covering the characters and lore, has individual articles on ''every Hellboy story ever'', totaling over 150 individual articles on the comics alone.


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* Surprising absolutely nobody, the world of ''{{Angel}}'' and ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has at least one, appropriately titled [[http://buffy.wikia.com/wiki/Buffyverse_Wiki the Buffyverse Wiki]].
2nd Aug '16 5:30:54 PM vorpalgirl
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* Naturally, DCComics fans also have their own Universe Concordances, including at least two on Wikia's service alone: the [[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/DC_Comics_Database DC Comics Database]] (covering the whole of the DCU in all its current and past incarnations, with varying levels of detail) and the [[http://greenlantern.wikia.com/wiki/Green_Lantern_Wiki Green Lantern Wiki]] (which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin). Given the latter's [[LongRunners long publication history]], LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, and [[ContinuitySnarl increasingly]] [[MythArc complicated]] [[CanonWelding mythology]], it's not surprising it has its own separate universe concordance...but [[SharedUniverse needless to say the information sometimes overlaps between the two]], especially regarding events in DC's various {{Crisis Crossover}}s.

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* Naturally, DCComics fans also have their own Universe Concordances, including at least two on Wikia's service alone: the Concordances...several, in fact. The [[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/DC_Comics_Database DC Comics Database]] (covering for instance covers the whole of the DCU in all its current and past incarnations, with varying levels of detail) and the [[http://greenlantern.[[http://dcanimated.wikia.com/wiki/DCAU_Wiki DCAU wiki]] covers the DCAnimatedUniverse in specific, and ''additional'' Universe Concordance type wikis also exist for individual DC franchises, though [[SharedUniverse needless to say the information sometimes overlaps between these]]:
** [[http://greenlantern.wikia.
com/wiki/Green_Lantern_Wiki Green Lantern Wiki]] (which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin). Wiki]]. Given the latter's [[LongRunners long publication history]], LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, and [[ContinuitySnarl increasingly]] [[MythArc complicated]] [[CanonWelding mythology]], it's not surprising it has its own separate universe concordance...but [[SharedUniverse needless concordance!
** There are actually ''two'' separate Universe Concordance wikis devoted
to say ''{{Aquaman}}'' stories: [[http://aquaman.wikia.com/wiki/Aquaman_Wiki Aquaman Wiki]] (which has been going since 2008) and [[http://aqua.gjovaag.com/wiki/Main_Page Aquawiki]]. Both were apparently still active as of 2016.
** There are several Wikis covering
the information sometimes overlaps between ''{{Batman}}'' characters, mythology, and related subjects, too. The most notable is probably the two]], especially regarding events in DC's various {{Crisis Crossover}}s.
[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aptly-named]] [[http://batman.wikia.com/ Batman Wiki]].
** The ''{{Superman}}'' franchise has ''several'' Universe Concordance wikis devoted to it or even specific ''subsets'' of it, including [[http://superman.nu/wiki/index.php/Supermanica Supermanica]], [[http://superman.wikia.com/ Superman Wiki]], and [[http://smallville.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page Smallville Wiki]] - that last one [[ExactWords being devoted solely]] to the ''{{Smallville}}'' continuity.
** ''TheFlash'' [[http://theflash.wikia.com/ has one]] devoted to his stories and related characters. And [[http://wonder-woman.wikia.com/wiki/Wonder_Woman_Wiki so does]] ''WonderWoman'' and even [[http://martianmanhunter.wikia.com/ Martian Manhunter]]. Given that, it's unsurprising to find that the [[http://jla.wikia.com/ Justice League of America has its own collective wiki too]].
2nd Aug '16 4:35:29 PM vorpalgirl
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* This very wiki is technically a Universe Concordance covering ''all'' fictional universes in all formats, particularly when one considers how many franchises and individual works have pages listing and dissecting not only their tropes, but their creators, characters, and in a bunch of cases, whole individual story arcs. The difference between TV Tropes and a ''standard'' style Universe Concordance isn't so much ''what'' is covered (any Universe Concordance will cover story arcs and characters) as much as it is the sheer breadth of what's covered, and the technique of approaching it from the "trope"-based literary analysis perspective. The "Useful Notes" sections could also, much like Wikipedia, be considered a Universe Concordance for RealLife (and the fictionalization thereof).
2nd Aug '16 4:22:37 PM vorpalgirl
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* The good news is that ''{{Inuyasha}}'' has is own Universe Concordance over at [[http://inuyasha.wikia.com Inuyasha Wiki]]. The [[GoodNewsBadNews bad news]] is it falls into the "[[UnreliableNarrator often includes]] copious amounts of {{Fanon}}" category. It's a decent source for reference pictures and episode summaries, though, and appears to be fairly accurate on listing easily-cross-referenced information such as voice actors, publication dates, and [[MeaningfulName the kanji in the names]] of characters, items and attacks.




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* Interestingly, the ''Inuyasha'' video games have [[http://inuyasha.neoseeker.com/wiki/Main_Page their own separate Wiki]], despite the fact that the franchise as a whole had one already (see: "Anime & Manga" examples for this trope). On the other hand, the lack of reliability on certain subjects from the latter (especially the confusing mixing of {{Fanon}} and {{Canon}}ical information) doesn't exactly negate the value of having a second one, particularly since it has a much narrower focus.
2nd Aug '16 2:49:14 PM vorpalgirl
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* [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net Bulbapedia]] (mentioned above in the Anime & Manga section) serves as a handy guide for all of the ''{{Pokemon}}'' games - both in terms of plot and characters, and in terms of being usable as a StrategyGuide.
* The whole of the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' franchise is the subject of a massively sprawling joint online Universe Concordance aptly named [[http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Final_Fantasy_Wiki the Final Fantasy Wiki]]. Given the often contradictory nature of the official {{Universe Compendium}}s (and the [[CanonDiscontinuity occasional contradictory]] nature of the [[RetCon games themselves and their own spin-off media]]) it's sometimes ''more'' useful to check FF Wiki than to just check an individual game, adaptation, or even the published ''[[UniverseCompendium Ultimania]]'' books, since you frequently get information on how those sources ''differ''. Which is sometimes by a ''lot'', even on such small but highly specific details as [[DependingOnTheWriter character heights]] and [[DependingOnTheArtist eye colors]]. Players of the actual games though would probably find the site particularly useful, as much like Bulbapedia, it can function as a StrategyGuide - one that can wind up more detailed than the officially published ones.
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