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15th Jan '18 2:39:09 PM Manny20444
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* Producters Craig Kyle, Kyle Yost, and Greg Johnson have said that ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'', the "Wolverine" short of ''WesternAnimation/HulkVS'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' all take place in the same universe, despite the countless continuity snarls that seem to say otherwise. [[GodNeverSaidThat However,]] they've never said the same thing of the "Thor" short in ''Hulk Vs.''

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* Producters Craig Kyle, Kyle Christopher Yost, and Greg Johnson have said that ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'', the "Wolverine" short of ''WesternAnimation/HulkVS'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' all take place in the same universe, despite the countless continuity snarls that seem to say otherwise. [[GodNeverSaidThat However,]] they've never said the same thing of the "Thor" short in ''Hulk Vs.''
7th Jan '18 3:50:13 PM DustSnitch
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* Some of [[Creator/DanteAlighieri Dante]]'s thoughts and commentary on ''Literature/TheDivineComedy'' have survived the centuries, including [[http://faculty.georgetown.edu/jod/cangrande.english.html one letter]] where he makes it clear that the ''Comedy'' serves as an {{Allegory}} for the relationship between freedom and salvation, among other ideas.
-->''"The subject of the whole work, taken only from a literal standpoint, is simply the status of the soul after death, taken simply. The movement of the whole work turns from it and around it. If the work is taken allegorically, however, the subject is man, either gaining or losing merit through his freedom of will, subject to the justice of being rewarded or punished."''
24th Dec '17 7:53:13 AM Sunflorazumarill
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* For ''Anime/CodeGeass'' the WordOfGod, according to the writer, is that [[spoiler: Lelouch is, in fact, dead, despite a popular fan theory that he is 'the cart-driver' in the final scene. The Official Guide Book repeatedly mentions Lelouch's passing and the Special Edition Zero Requiem DVD replaces the entire last scene with a monologue by C.C. expressing her sadness over Lelouch's death. However, many fans choose to discount this with the theory that his identity as Lelouch vi Britannia is dead, but he might be living on as an immortal.]].

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* For ''Anime/CodeGeass'' the WordOfGod, according to the writer, is that [[spoiler: Lelouch is, in fact, dead, despite a popular fan theory that he is 'the cart-driver' in the final scene. The Official Guide Book repeatedly mentions Lelouch's passing and the Special Edition Zero Requiem DVD replaces the entire last scene with a monologue by C.C. expressing her sadness over Lelouch's death. However, many fans choose to discount this with the theory that his identity as Lelouch vi Britannia is dead, but he might be living on as an immortal.]].immortal]].



* Tsukasa Fushimi, the author ''Manga/Oreimo'' has said in interviews that the story's ending [[spoiler: was intended to be a "full Kirino ending", meaning that Kyousuke and Kirino would be together romantically. Fans of both the manga and anime cite this as a reason for interpreting the ending as meaning that the two will get back together.]]

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* Tsukasa Fushimi, the author ''Manga/Oreimo'' ''Manga/{{Oreimo}}'' has said in interviews that the story's ending [[spoiler: was intended to be a "full Kirino ending", meaning that Kyousuke and Kirino would be together romantically. Fans of both the manga and anime cite this as a reason for interpreting the ending as meaning that the two will get back together.]]
14th Dec '17 4:27:53 PM Spindriver
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-->-- '''[[http://truepenny.livejournal.com/596516.html Sarah Monette]]'''

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-->-- '''[[http://truepenny.livejournal.com/596516.html Sarah Monette]]''''''Sarah Monette,''' writer.
19th Nov '17 3:53:36 AM profviral
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* Due to the ambiguous ending of the episode [[SouthParkS19E6TweekXCraig TweekxCraig]], fans were left debating whether or not the two really got together for real or were just faking like they were earlier that episode. The Season 19 Bluray commentary, [[http://cheylouwho.tumblr.com/post/149428485516/here-we-go-the-moment-everyones-been-waiting Matt and Trey have addressed Craig and Tweek as a gay couple]].
** On Tumblr, when responding to a photo post involving Kyle saying "But the point is, there’s nothing about it that means Tweek and Craig are actually gay at all.", the Official South Park blog responded, [[http://southparkdigital.tumblr.com/post/132256050532/machinyan-but-the-point-is-theres-nothing "Are you SURE?"]], implying that they actually do feel for each other. The blog also [[http://southparkdigital.tumblr.com/post/137031056202/im-your-tweek-and-youre-my-craig posted a gif]] from "Tweek x Craig" and tagged it with "creek is canon".
4th Nov '17 11:29:41 PM SilverDollar
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** It is also confirmed by Miyomoto that the entire game of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' is, in fact, a play. Thus, a BrokenBase ensues.
29th Oct '17 2:10:47 PM nombretomado
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* In an interview about ''Manga/{{X1999}}'', Nanase Ohkawa, the script writer for {{CLAMP}}, mentioned several times to the interviewer that [[AllLovingHero Kamui]] and [[BigBad Fuuma]] are now [[HoYay more than friends, apparently]], despite the fact that not only are they mortal enemies, and while tension is apparent, they've stayed pretty firmly in "good friends" territory, but Kamui is still enamored with his [[spoiler:dead]] childhood friend, the (female) Kotori. She even told the interviewer not to call them friends, as if no one can figure out that CLAMP has a thing for sudden homosexual relationships.

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* In an interview about ''Manga/{{X1999}}'', Nanase Ohkawa, the script writer for {{CLAMP}}, Creator/{{CLAMP}}, mentioned several times to the interviewer that [[AllLovingHero Kamui]] and [[BigBad Fuuma]] are now [[HoYay more than friends, apparently]], despite the fact that not only are they mortal enemies, and while tension is apparent, they've stayed pretty firmly in "good friends" territory, but Kamui is still enamored with his [[spoiler:dead]] childhood friend, the (female) Kotori. She even told the interviewer not to call them friends, as if no one can figure out that CLAMP has a thing for sudden homosexual relationships.
8th Oct '17 1:55:46 PM nombretomado
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* TV execs had told creator Ryan Murphy he had the greenlight for season 3 of ''{{Popular}},'' which is why the season 2 season finale was a cliffhanger. After the series was cancelled, Murphy released [[http://www.tv.com/popular/promblems/episode/46014/trivia.html?tag=overview;trivia;see_all_link#trivia the rough outline of season 3]] that he'd already worked out.

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* TV execs had told creator Ryan Murphy he had the greenlight for season 3 of ''{{Popular}},'' ''Series/{{Popular}},'' which is why the season 2 season finale was a cliffhanger. After the series was cancelled, Murphy released [[http://www.tv.com/popular/promblems/episode/46014/trivia.html?tag=overview;trivia;see_all_link#trivia the rough outline of season 3]] that he'd already worked out.
25th Sep '17 10:14:39 AM DustSnitch
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WordOfGay is a subtrope. Compare AllThereInTheManual. Contrast DeathOfTheAuthor, WhatCouldHaveBeen and GodNeverSaidThat. See also: CanonDiscontinuity, CreatorWorship, BrokenBase, and {{Revision}}. Not to be confused with actual scripture, which we have a whole [[Sacredliterature index]] for.

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WordOfGay is a subtrope. Compare AllThereInTheManual. Contrast DeathOfTheAuthor, WhatCouldHaveBeen and GodNeverSaidThat. See also: CanonDiscontinuity, CreatorWorship, BrokenBase, and {{Revision}}. Not to be confused with actual scripture, which we have a whole [[Sacredliterature [[SacredLiterature index]] for.
25th Sep '17 10:14:27 AM DustSnitch
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WordOfGay is a subtrope. Compare AllThereInTheManual. Contrast DeathOfTheAuthor, WhatCouldHaveBeen and GodNeverSaidThat. See also: CanonDiscontinuity, CreatorWorship, BrokenBase, and {{Revision}}. For actual scripture, see "Religion" under UsefulNotes.

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WordOfGay is a subtrope. Compare AllThereInTheManual. Contrast DeathOfTheAuthor, WhatCouldHaveBeen and GodNeverSaidThat. See also: CanonDiscontinuity, CreatorWorship, BrokenBase, and {{Revision}}. For Not to be confused with actual scripture, see "Religion" under UsefulNotes.
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