Main Stealth HI Bye Discussion

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gao
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01:53:46 PM Jun 30th 2013
I think there should be some joke below examples section. Anyone have some ideas?
ChaosWolf
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04:07:42 PM Mar 20th 2013
I keep thinking this deserves some manner of alternate-name/redirect thing along the lines of "Batman ____" but I can't think of something suitable to fill in the blank.
MithrandirOlorin
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06:01:41 AM Dec 13th 2012
edited by MithrandirOlorin
I think Chloe pulled one on Noir but I can't remember for certain now. She certainly has other Batman like qualities.

I'm surprised there are no examples from modern Vampire Movies/TV shows, I can't think of any, but it's certainly something I'd expect a Vampire to be capable of.
Andyzero
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07:01:52 PM Nov 27th 2011
edited by Andyzero
The wiki is "correcting" links as "Slealth Hi/Bye." How do we fix that?
upupandaway42
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12:23:41 PM Oct 3rd 2011
The picture of the main page is terrible. I can't even work out what's going on, let alone how it's supposed to represent Stealth Hi Bye.
MrDeath
07:13:07 AM Oct 4th 2011
CyberianGinseng
08:01:49 PM Feb 18th 2015
Isn't there a related trope where there's a villain in someone's house. The soon to be victim goes over to the fridge to make a snack or get a beer. There's a close up shot of them by the fridge. In the background there's someone standing there as the person opens the fridge door. When he closes it again the villain is gone as if no one was ever there. Foreboding music plays for the audience. Sometimes the person is aware something is amiss, but whatever reaction they have is too little too late. Most times the person notices absolutely nothing until they're being victimized. Tonight's episode of stalker did this exactly and I've noticed it many times. It varies depending on setting. Sometimes the person is in a parking structure on the way to their car. The camera zooms in close and in the background you see someone standing there. Usually this is accompanied by an ominous sound or music. The person might even turn and look where the person was standing, but when they do nothing is there and they are either totally oblivious or only mildly disturbed with the feeling something's wrong. This is usually played straight where there is plenty of time and hiding places for the villain between shots so I'm not really sure it's the same as this, but this is the closest thing I could find.
SeptimusHeap
09:58:08 AM Feb 19th 2015
Might want to ask in the Trope Finder.
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