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20th Apr '16 11:54:03 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''Manga/WanderingSon'''s been going on for nine years at the time of this writing, but has only taken place over the span of about six years. The series tries to stay contemporary for the best of its abilities though. A calendar in volume 11 clearly states "2010", though earlier chapters seem very early 2000s. We've seen the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 several times within the manga but it's been a popular console throughout the new-millennium so it doesn't date the series to any year.

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* ''Manga/WanderingSon'''s been going on for In ''Manga/WanderingSon'' nine years at the time of this writing, but has real-world years was only taken place over the span of about six years.years in-series. The series tries to stay contemporary for the best of its abilities though. A calendar in volume 11 clearly states "2010", though earlier chapters seem very early 2000s. We've seen the Characters owning a UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 are shown several times time within the manga manga, but it's been a popular console throughout the new-millennium 2000s so it doesn't date the series to any particular year.



* The Battle City arc in ''Anime/YuGiOh'' lasts 88 episodes (covering nearly all of seasons 2 and 3). Said arc encompasses the in-universe Battle City Tournament, which lasts a grand total of ''less than 72 hours'' from Kaiba's announcement on the evening before the the tournament's kickoff to the tournament contestants parting ways on the evening of Day 3. Even more extreme: within this arc, Day 2 of the Battle City tournament, which encompasses about 16 hours of onscreen in-universe time (starting with the first duels of the day to the characters going to bed that night on the Duel Disk Blimp) lasts 35 episodes and is packed with a back-to-back conga line of kidnapping, brainwashing, repeated attempted murder, near-drowning, fisticuffs, dinner, partying, scheming, extensive flashbacks and exposition, death matches, getting struck by lightning, nervous breakdowns and transformations, torture and mindrape, ghost apparitions, personal drama, and soul-stealing. Fans understandably nickname Day 2 of the Battle City tournament "The Day That Wouldn't End."
** Within this arc, there is also a 23-episode FillerArc at the beginning of Day 3 of the tournament that spans ''less than a single morning'' (the characters were trapped in virtual reality, making their perception of the passage of time not exactly in line with real time).

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* The Battle City arc in ''Anime/YuGiOh'' lasts 88 episodes (covering nearly all of seasons 2 and 3). Said arc encompasses the in-universe Battle City Tournament, which lasts a grand total of ''less than 72 hours'' from Kaiba's announcement on the evening before the the tournament's kickoff to the tournament contestants parting ways on the evening of Day 3. Even more extreme: within this arc, Day 2 of the Battle City tournament, which encompasses about 16 hours of onscreen in-universe time (starting with the first duels of the day to the characters going to bed that night on the Duel Disk Blimp) lasts 35 episodes and is packed with a back-to-back conga line of kidnapping, brainwashing, repeated attempted murder, near-drowning, fisticuffs, dinner, partying, scheming, extensive flashbacks and exposition, death matches, getting struck by lightning, nervous breakdowns and transformations, torture and mindrape, ghost apparitions, personal drama, and soul-stealing. Fans understandably nickname Day 2 of the Battle City tournament "The Day That Wouldn't End."
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" Within this arc, there is also a 23-episode FillerArc at the beginning of Day 3 of the tournament that spans ''less than a single morning'' (the characters were trapped in virtual reality, making their perception of the passage of time not exactly in line with real time).
21st Mar '16 8:26:29 AM Medinoc
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** Similarly given an epic lampshade [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=005039 here]], and [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=005073 here]], the latter being posted on Christmas, 2010.

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** Similarly given an epic lampshade [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=005039 here]], and [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=005073 here]], here]] ("HAPPY APRIL 13TH, 2009 EVERYBODY!!!!!!!!!!!!!"), the latter being posted on Christmas, 2010.
10th Mar '16 8:29:59 PM Saklad5
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--> '''Sarah''': I just realize how hungry I am.

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--> '''Sarah''': I just realize realized how hungry I am.
22nd Feb '16 3:20:24 PM mhj0808
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** The entire story in general is subject to both WebcomicTime and ComicBookTime, actually. It can be gathered that the Straw Hat's spent less than 6 months together before the Timeskip despite about 14 years worth of publication at that point. However, even with the logical assumption that at least a few months must have passed, ComicBookTime takes over as they don't age in the slightest until the 2 year timeskip.
9th Feb '16 4:16:32 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''Manga/WanderingSon'''s been going on for nine years at the time of this writing, but has only taken place over the span of about six years. The series tries to stay contemporary for the best of its abilities though. A calender in volume 11 clearly states "2010", though earlier chapters seem very early 2000s. We've seen the PlaystationTwo several times within the manga but it's been a popular console throughout the new-millennium so it doesn't date the series to any year.

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* ''Manga/WanderingSon'''s been going on for nine years at the time of this writing, but has only taken place over the span of about six years. The series tries to stay contemporary for the best of its abilities though. A calender calendar in volume 11 clearly states "2010", though earlier chapters seem very early 2000s. We've seen the PlaystationTwo UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 several times within the manga but it's been a popular console throughout the new-millennium so it doesn't date the series to any year.
29th Jan '16 8:09:06 PM 1dominatio
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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', in the anime the [[spoiler:fourth shinobi world war]] takes about 2 years in real time and almost a hundred episodes, is by far the longest time taking arc of them all. The whole thing was a couple days long. Is particularly jarring when fans refer to the previous arc as "Very early in the series".
** Just to put an example, the Pain arc marks the beginning of the last quarter of the series, but in real life time is placed barely above the half of it.
26th Jan '16 4:32:08 AM Arcorann
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* ''Manga/{{Akagi}}'' has been spending ''months'' on the events of a mahjong game that's supposed to have taken place in the span of a ''single night''.

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* ''Manga/{{Akagi}}'' has been spending ''months'' spent ''over a decade'' (200+ chapters) on the events of a mahjong game that's supposed to have taken place in the span of a ''single night''.
25th Jan '16 10:54:51 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is set in one summer from beginning to end. It took over three years real-time to cover three months in-series, with the last four episodes covering a few days but taking ''four months'' to air. Whether episode are all set in the year the show started (2012) [[ComicBookTime or the year they're aired in]] is inconsistent, but in-series dates suggest the former (events tied to [[ArcNumber 30]] years ago happened in 1982).

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is set in one summer from beginning to end. It took over three three-and-a-half years real-time to cover three months in-series, with the last four episodes covering a few days but taking ''four months'' to air. Whether episode are all set in the year the show started (2012) [[ComicBookTime or the year they're aired in]] is inconsistent, but in-series dates suggest the former (events tied to [[ArcNumber 30]] years ago happened in 1982).
25th Jan '16 12:01:39 PM Willbyr
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* In [[http://www.onemanga.com/Yu_Yu_Hakusho/153/04/ this]] page of the ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' manga, at the end of the Chapter Black Saga, Yusuke remarks that he feels "like he's been fighting for a year". It's also used [[http://www.onemanga.com/Yu_Yu_Hakusho/112/02/ at the end of the Dark Tournament Saga]], a series that takes place over the course of a week and lasts for over a year's worth of manga chapters.

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* In [[http://www.onemanga.com/Yu_Yu_Hakusho/153/04/ this]] one page of the ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' manga, at the end of the Chapter Black Saga, Yusuke remarks that he feels "like he's been fighting for a year". It's also used [[http://www.onemanga.com/Yu_Yu_Hakusho/112/02/ at the end of the Dark Tournament Saga]], Saga, a series that takes place over the course of a week and lasts for over a year's worth of manga chapters.



* Similarly, in ''{{Hellsing}}'', the [[ThoseWackyNazis Millennium]] invasion of London and the following [[MeleeATrois battle]] between Hellsing, Iscariot, and Millennium lasts from chapter 35 until the deaths of the Major and the Doktor in chapter 94 -and it all takes place during ''a single night''.

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* Similarly, in ''{{Hellsing}}'', ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', the [[ThoseWackyNazis Millennium]] invasion of London and the following [[MeleeATrois battle]] between Hellsing, Iscariot, and Millennium lasts from chapter 35 until the deaths of the Major and the Doktor in chapter 94 -and it all takes place during ''a single night''.



* ''WanderingSon'''s been going on for nine years at the time of this writing, but has only taken place over the span of about six years. The series tries to stay contemporary for the best of its abilities though. A calender in volume 11 clearly states "2010", though earlier chapters seem very early 2000s. We've seen the PlaystationTwo several times within the manga but it's been a popular console throughout the new-millennium so it doesn't date the series to any year.

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* ''WanderingSon'''s ''Manga/WanderingSon'''s been going on for nine years at the time of this writing, but has only taken place over the span of about six years. The series tries to stay contemporary for the best of its abilities though. A calender in volume 11 clearly states "2010", though earlier chapters seem very early 2000s. We've seen the PlaystationTwo several times within the manga but it's been a popular console throughout the new-millennium so it doesn't date the series to any year.
31st Dec '15 4:12:50 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is set in one summer from beginning to end. It took over three years real-time to cover three months in-series, with the last four episodes covering a few days but taking ''months'' to air. Whether episode are all set in the year the show started (2012) [[ComicBookTime or the year they're aired in]] is inconsistent, but in-series dates suggest the former (events tied to [[ArcNumber 30]] years ago happened in 1982).

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is set in one summer from beginning to end. It took over three years real-time to cover three months in-series, with the last four episodes covering a few days but taking ''months'' ''four months'' to air. Whether episode are all set in the year the show started (2012) [[ComicBookTime or the year they're aired in]] is inconsistent, but in-series dates suggest the former (events tied to [[ArcNumber 30]] years ago happened in 1982).
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