Unclear Description: The Namesake get usage counts
Deadlock Clock: 21st Feb 2013 11:59:00 PM
edited 23rd Jul '12 7:24:21 PM by kundoo
- Bridge to Terabithia: "The title bridge finally appears in the last chapter."
- 52: "Fifty-two parallel universes; i.e. The Multiverse." Because of spoiler markup I am willing to give it the benefit of doubt.
- Firebird Trilogy: "Fusion Fire refers to the enormous burst of energy created by reverse-polarity (telepathic) fusion, a technique which is first seen about halfway through that book and first used successfully during the climax."
- Little Einsteins: "* Title Drop: This happens. A lot. The title itself is also something of a namesake, as the phrase "Little Einsteins" was coined by June at the end of their first mission." The troper who wrote that at least seems to knom what the trope means so I'm going to be generous on that one.
- Namesake Gag: Refers to the name of the tropes.
- Spoiler Title: "If it spoils the existence of something, rather than a plot point, then it's The Namesake."
- Film.The Namesake: I Thought It Meant.
- The Place: "If we don't know that the title is a place until near the end, then this place is The Namesake."
- The Reveal: "If the thing revealed is named in the title, then its The Namesake."
- Title Drop
- Title Tropes
- Trailers Always Spoil: "Compare The Namesake, when the title itself may be a spoiler."
- Ever After: More like a Shout-Out to the source material
- Characters.Godivas: "[Godiva is the namesake] Of the restaurant and of the show."
- Film/Severance:* "In the base camp near the end of the movie, one of the buildings has a very faded painting of the word "Szeveranz" on the side in large letters, referencing the movie's title." Namesake or ordinary Title Drop?
- Warrior Cats and Warrior Cats: The New Prophecy: The spoilered explanation is "Midnight", not something about a prophecy.
- Whacked: "Whacked! the video game is named after Whacked!, the gameshow in the video game." Doesn't say if that's revealed late.
- Characters.Blaz Blue Calamity Trigger: Name's the Same
- Character Title: "In literary circles this is called an eponym, a term also used to refer to The Namesake."
- Drive Angry: The title is so straightforward that the license plate is better considered an ordinary Title Drop.
- Hotel Transylvania: The descripion implies that the film starts at the hotel.
- Index Of Exact Trope Titles: May be correct for the work namer meaning though. I don't know enough English.
- Luna The Match Maker: Straightforward title.
- Metafictional Title: Uses the work namer meaning.
- monospace: It is not stated or implied that the name of the work is revealed late.
- One Kagayaku Kisetsu E: Work namer.
- WMG.Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: A guess (of course), not something revealed late in canon.
- Text Tropes: "They can't appear in voiced animation or live action since they rely on the on the actual text and the format of the printed page." Not true for The Namesake.
- The Private Diary Of Elizabeth Quatermain: "Played with in the Christmas chapter of volume III, when all of the League members (except Skinner) present Elizabeth with additional diaries, so she can continue to document their adventures." As she always had a diary that's not relevant.
- TooDumbToLive.Video Games: "Paragon City is actually called "The City of Heroes" in-universe,". Ordinary Title Drop.
edited 13th Sep '12 3:11:05 PM by Lophotrochozoa
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