Early films with predominantly African-American casts

Children appreciate characters older than them

A character is thought to be suicidal when they're really not

SPECTS Labs

A character in a work stands out for his lack of prejudice in a society that encourages it.

Bigot make exceptions for that one guy

A couple plans a pivotal moment in their Romance Arc.

A gender-neutral work whose merchandise is aimed mostly at one gender

The on-screen that appears after the Title Sequence

A media work's attempt to lure an LGBT fanbase with either false hints of representation or stereotyped, non-essential LGBT characters

Idol Singer + The Power Of Rock

An auditory Easter Egg.

An inanimate object that beats people up.

Cars, trucks, and other automobiles are presented as alien and nightmarish

A Combat Pragmatist that uses a crossbow as their Weapon of Choice.

A common setting in video games of a balanced fighter, a quick fighter and a strong fighter.

In a family with many children, there will inevitably be one set of twins

The antagonist is shown eating food LOUDLY, typically while the protagonists watch in silence.

Disastrous ports of games to consoles.

An OFFICIAL adaptation that is, both by audiences and critics, generally seen as superior to its source material.

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