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10th Feb '17 10:26:27 AM Tyk5919
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* ''ComicBook/JurassicStrikeForceFive'' ends with Zalex's deadly ''Spinosaurus'' disappearing during final battle at the end of Volume 1. [[FridgeHorror It's still on the loose, as far as we know]].
23rd Oct '16 3:52:24 PM OmarKarindu
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*** Apocalypse almost ended up being made into the third Summers sibling but thankfully editorial squashed the plotline. On the other side, as part of the "X-Men: The End" trilogy, Chris Claremont made Gambit the third sibling of sorts in said alternate reality storyline, but with the twist being made that Gambit was a clone-son of Sinister and that Sinister spliced in Cyclops' DNA (his X-gene, specifically) as part of his plot to use Gambit as a host body to kill Apocalypse. Claremont's storyline itself was largely seen as a "TakeThat" against Wizard which heavily pressed in the pages of its magazine for Gambit to be revealed as the third brother (using the dubious logic that they were both 20-something white american males with brown hair, red eyes, and explosive energy powers) .
*** It's also a reference to Claremont's [[WhatCouldHaveBeen original plan]] for Gambit to be revealed as another persona of Sinister's intended true identity as an immortal mutant child, the child's version of a "roguish hero" archetype to Sinister's "archvillain."

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*** Apocalypse almost ended up being made into the third Summers sibling but thankfully editorial squashed the plotline. On the other side, as part of the "X-Men: The End" trilogy, Chris Claremont made Gambit the third sibling of sorts in said alternate reality storyline, but with the twist being made that Gambit was a clone-son of Sinister and that Sinister spliced in Cyclops' DNA (his X-gene, specifically) as part of his plot to use Gambit as a host body to kill Apocalypse. Claremont's storyline itself was largely seen as a "TakeThat" against Wizard which heavily pressed in the pages of its magazine for Gambit to be revealed as the third brother (using the dubious logic that they were both 20-something white american males with brown hair, red eyes, and explosive energy powers) .
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powers). It's also a reference to Claremont's [[WhatCouldHaveBeen original plan]] for Gambit to be revealed as another persona of Sinister's intended true identity as an immortal mutant child, the child's version of a "roguish hero" archetype to Sinister's "archvillain."
23rd Oct '16 3:51:56 PM OmarKarindu
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*** It's also a reference to Claremont's [WhatCouldHaveBeen original plan] for Gambit to be revealed as another persona of Sinister's intended true identity as an immortal mutant child, the child's version of a "roguish hero" archetype to Sinister's "archvillain."

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*** It's also a reference to Claremont's [WhatCouldHaveBeen [[WhatCouldHaveBeen original plan] plan]] for Gambit to be revealed as another persona of Sinister's intended true identity as an immortal mutant child, the child's version of a "roguish hero" archetype to Sinister's "archvillain."
23rd Oct '16 3:51:26 PM OmarKarindu
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*** It's also a reference to Claremont's [WhatCouldHaveBeen original plan] for Gambit to be revealed as another persona of Sinister's intended true identity as an immortal mutant child, the child's version of a "roguish hero" archetype to Sinister's "archvillain."
3rd Jul '16 5:00:43 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' comic ''Ignition 12: Realm of Fear'' devotes an entire page (which is a lot, considering how crammed everything is) to the feared Makuta Icarax contemplating on whether he should accept the offer of one of his brothers to fly to Karda Nui and help their cause. He then decides to go, but really plans to betray his brotherhood by not merely stalling but killing the good guys, and then using the situation to further his own agenda. He never appears after that page, despite having a very prominent presence in the books that tell the same story, and being a key figure in how the events play out for certain characters, such as Krika, whose depressing fate the following issues also neglect to describe.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Bionicle}}'' comic ''Ignition 12: Realm of Fear'' devotes an entire page (which is a lot, considering how crammed everything is) to the feared Makuta Icarax contemplating on whether he should accept the offer of one of his brothers to fly to Karda Nui and help their cause. He then decides to go, but really plans to betray his brotherhood by not merely stalling but killing the good guys, and then using the situation to further his own agenda. He never appears after that page, despite having a very prominent presence in the books that tell the same story, and being a key figure in how the events play out for certain characters, such as Krika, whose depressing fate the following issues also neglect to describe.
30th Jun '16 10:01:48 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsTheMarriedLife'':
** In the first issue of the ''Archie Comics: The Married Life'', Cheryl Blossom [[spoiler: has ended up as a washed-out actress waiting tables in LA]] and was not been seen or mentioned since despite [[spoiler: her brother Jason factoring into a plot]]. She's finally returned after 20-odd issues. And [[spoiler: she has breast cancer]]. [[SarcasmMode Cheerful stuff, huh?]]

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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsTheMarriedLife'':
''ComicBook/LifeWithArchieTheMarriedLife'':
** In the first issue of the ''Archie Comics: ''Life With Archie: The Married Life'', Cheryl Blossom [[spoiler: has ended up as a washed-out actress waiting tables in LA]] and was not been seen or mentioned since despite [[spoiler: her brother Jason factoring into a plot]]. She's finally returned after 20-odd issues. And [[spoiler: she has breast cancer]]. [[SarcasmMode Cheerful stuff, huh?]]
30th Jun '16 9:59:53 PM Pichu-kun
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* In the first issue of the ''ArchieComics: The Married Life'', Cheryl Blossom [[spoiler: has ended up as a washed-out actress waiting tables in LA]] and was not been seen or mentioned since despite [[spoiler: her brother Jason factoring into a plot]]. She's finally returned after 20-odd issues. And [[spoiler: she has breast cancer]]. [[SarcasmMode Cheerful stuff, huh?]]

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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsTheMarriedLife'':
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In the first issue of the ''ArchieComics: ''Archie Comics: The Married Life'', Cheryl Blossom [[spoiler: has ended up as a washed-out actress waiting tables in LA]] and was not been seen or mentioned since despite [[spoiler: her brother Jason factoring into a plot]]. She's finally returned after 20-odd issues. And [[spoiler: she has breast cancer]]. [[SarcasmMode Cheerful stuff, huh?]]
14th May '16 1:13:36 AM Doug86
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* Things like this used to happen constantly in Marvel titles. In 1993 ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' titles alone, there was Scott Summers' long-lost second brother (mentioned but never found, and soon forgotten by everybody) and {{Wolverine}}'s recurring vision of a tree with radiators growing out of it (never explained).

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* Things like this used to happen constantly in Marvel titles. In 1993 ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' titles alone, there was Scott Summers' long-lost second brother (mentioned but never found, and soon forgotten by everybody) and {{Wolverine}}'s recurring vision of a tree with radiators growing out of it (never explained).
15th Apr '16 8:17:46 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' had Thuvia, Princess of Ptarth. She is introduced as a supporting character that in [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars the source material]] would later be upgraded to [[Ascended Extra main protagonist]] in the fourth book ''Thuvia, Maid of Mars''. After the story arc that adapted the third book in the series was concluded, she was never seen or referenced again in the comics, which by that point went on a completely different direction than the books.

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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' had Thuvia, Princess of Ptarth. She is introduced as a supporting character that in [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars the source material]] would later be upgraded to [[Ascended Extra [[AscendedExtra main protagonist]] in the fourth book ''Thuvia, Maid of Mars''. After the story arc that adapted the third book in the series was concluded, she was never seen or referenced again in the comics, which by that point went on a completely different direction than the books.
15th Apr '16 8:17:19 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' had Thuvia, Princess of Ptarth. She is introduced as a supporting character that in [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars the source material]] would later be upgraded to [[Ascended Extra main protagonist]] in the fourth book ''Thuvia, Maid of Mars''. After the story arc that adapted the third book in the series was concluded, she was never seen or referenced again in the comics, which by that point went on a completely different direction than the books.
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