07:49:59 AM Jan 30th 2016
Wikipedia link is dead. Since Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo is notable in my book (albeit only for starting the Electric Boogaloo thing), I'll go ahead and follow up on their side. Hopefully it just got deleted by a bot or something.
07:59:04 AM Jan 30th 2016
Well, I kind of fixed it. Wikipedia's link uses an apostrophe, which means I don't know how to make the link work in TV Tropes. So I just linked to our own article, which was the Trope Namer anyways.
02:57:23 PM Feb 19th 2015
Aside from Boogaloo, another name I see as shorthand for a sequel is "The Quickening". Like Highlander 2.
12:38:35 PM May 30th 2014
This article is starting to drift away from naming oddly named sequels and just going into listing any sequel that has a subtitle.
07:17:12 AM Sep 28th 2011
02:51:42 AM Jul 10th 2011
I'm really not sure whether examples like Dirty Harry or James Bond fit the trope. The different installments don't have a common theme at all, so the sequel names stand on their own and do not need to somehow be related to the first one.
12:09:28 AM Jul 15th 2011
Nor do the Burton/Schumacher Batman movies. None of them are numbered, and they have a consistent theme in their titles ("Batman Something-or-other"). Although the Nolan movies could qualify, but only when compared to the Burton/Schumacher movies. In fact, I'm going to edit all these.