History Main / WhathappenedToTheMouse

3rd Apr '18 11:08:28 AM fighwitt
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* In the beginning of ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' fanfic ''Fanfic/AForceOfFour'', Kara and the JSA wonder why most of super-villains have been gone since the last Crisis. It's revealed in another Dark Mark ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} fanfic -"Hellsister Trilogy"- which they were forcefully recruited by Darkseid to conquer another Earth.

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* In the beginning of ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' fanfic ''Fanfic/AForceOfFour'', Kara and the JSA wonder why most of super-villains have been gone since the last Crisis. It's revealed in another Dark Mark ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Mark's ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' fanfic -"Hellsister Trilogy"- -''Fanfic/HellsisterTrilogy''- which they were forcefully recruited by Darkseid to conquer another Earth.
18th Mar '18 9:40:44 AM DaibhidC
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-->-- '''Phil Sandifer''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS2E2TheDalekInvasionOfEarth}} "The Dalek Invasion of Earth"]]

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-->-- '''Phil '''El Sandifer''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS2E2TheDalekInvasionOfEarth}} "The Dalek Invasion of Earth"]]
28th Feb '18 11:27:24 PM Tamfang
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** In 2012, three new characters were introduced as library interns: Claire, Emily and Gabrielle. Claire became a major character and started dating Marten. Emily is a popular recurring character. Gabrielle largely vanished after the introductory story.

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** In 2012, three new characters were introduced as library interns: Claire, Emily and Gabrielle. Claire became a major character and started dating Marten. Emily is a popular recurring character. Gabrielle largely vanished after the introductory story. She appears in 21 strips; Claire and/or Emily are in 19 of those, and in the other two Gabby does not speak.
28th Feb '18 11:12:35 PM Tamfang
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*** With one of the "Whatever Happened To ..." artists profiled in the original 1973 special, one artist was deleted from the 1975 updated special. It seemed that Janis Ian, whose 1968 hit "Society's Child" was played for the 1973 show, had just released a new single, "At Seventeen," and although it had yet to make the Hot 100, there were already strong vibes about the song. The good feeling was justified: The song became a long-running hit in the summer of '75, eventually peaking at No. 7.

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*** With one of the "Whatever Happened To ..." artists profiled in the original 1973 special, one artist was deleted from the 1975 updated special. It seemed that Janis Ian, whose 1968 hit "Society's Child" was played for the 1973 show, was deleted from the 1975 updated special. She had just released a new single, "At Seventeen," Seventeen", and although it had yet to make the Hot 100, 100 there were already strong vibes about the song. The good feeling was justified: The song became a long-running hit in the summer of '75, ’75, eventually peaking at No. 7.
28th Feb '18 11:10:18 PM Tamfang
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** One of the most popular "Whatever Happened To ... ?" stories was of The Singing Nun, a Belgian singer christened Jeanine Deckers who recorded the French language-recorded "Dominque" and had a huge No. 1 hit in the United States in late 1963. Casey's stories on Deckers would always explain that The Singing Nun gave all royalties to the convent but later left the Catholic church in the late 1960s, and later the Belgian government made a claim for back taxes to the tune of $63,000 ... more than Deckers could afford, and no documentation existed that she had donated anything to charity. (The common stories are that her attorney failed to document it and/or that the Catholic church had either destroyed all records of it after they and Deckers broke ties, or that they simply did not have any more responsibility for her and did not have the funds.) Updated several times through the years, the final chapter came in 1985 when Casey announced that Deckers had died (of suicide) at age 51.

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** One of the most popular "Whatever Happened To ... ?" stories was of Jeanine Deckers, a Belgian known as The Singing Nun, a Belgian singer christened Jeanine Deckers who recorded the French language-recorded "Dominque" and had a huge whose song “Dominique” hit No. 1 hit in the United States US in late 1963. Casey's stories on Deckers would always explain that The Singing Nun gave all royalties to the convent but later left the Catholic church it in the late 1960s, 1966, and later the Belgian government made a claim for back taxes to the tune of $63,000 ... more than Deckers could afford, and no documentation existed that she had donated anything to charity. (The common stories are that her attorney failed to document it and/or that the Catholic church had either destroyed all records of it after they and Deckers broke ties, or that they simply did not have any more responsibility for her and did not have the funds.) Updated several times through the years, the final chapter came in 1985 when Casey announced that Deckers had died (of suicide) at age 51.
15th Feb '18 9:47:03 PM Medinoc
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* In ''WebComic/GirlGenius'', Agatha sends out four messenger clanks while in Sturmhalten. One of them is shown successfully escaping the threat that destroyed the first three... and is never shown or mentioned again, especially not by its intended recipient.

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* In ''WebComic/GirlGenius'', Agatha sends out four messenger clanks while in Sturmhalten. One of them is shown successfully escaping the threat that destroyed the first three... and is never shown or mentioned again, especially not by its intended recipient. And likely never will, having lost all plot-relevance after the Mechanicsburg arc.
28th Jan '18 1:29:51 PM SeizureFerret
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* There's a pastor's story about a nice guy whose family went off to Christmas service without him. He wasn't a believer, because he doesn't get why God would become man. After his family leaves, some birds fly into his window in in the heavy snow, and he tries to herd them into his warm barn nearby. After being frustrated in his attempts, he muses that if he were a bird, he'd be able to get them to understand. Then the church bells happen to start ringing, and he sinks to his knees as the EurekaMoment washes over him. The story ends there, with no mention of what happened to the birds.

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* There's a pastor's story about a nice guy whose family went off to Christmas service without him. He wasn't a believer, because he doesn't get why God would become man. After his family leaves, some birds fly into his window in in the heavy snow, and he tries to herd them into his warm barn nearby. After being frustrated in his attempts, he muses that if he were a bird, he'd be able to get them to understand. Then the church bells happen to start ringing, and he sinks to his knees as the EurekaMoment washes over him. The story ends there, with no mention of what happened to the birds.
27th Jan '18 9:38:35 PM egulstine
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** Well, since a prince has like, castles and lands and such, logic would implicitly lead to the conclusion he just hires the servant... as a servant.
19th Jan '18 8:28:20 AM lalalei2001
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* Early on in ''WebVideo/TwelveHundredGhosts'' London built a wall to keep zombies out, which made Scrooge even richer. It's never brought up again.


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18th Jan '18 4:32:56 AM lillolillo
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* In the beginning of ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' fanfic ''Fanfic/AForceOfFour'', Kara and the JSA wonder why most of super-villains have been gone since the last Crisis. It's revealed in another Dark Mark ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} fanfic -"Hellsister Trilogy"- which they were forcefully recruited by Darkseid to conquer another Earth.
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