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* ''Manga/KannazukiNoMiko'' at first appears to be a simple series about two [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship best friends]], with some LesYay and mechas thrown in. Then it turns into a twisted love triangle. Being that it is one of the most popular GirlsLove series to date you should already know that the main duo aren't just best friends and who Himeko ends up with. And if you don't know, the English dub [=DVDs=] made sure to make it clear.

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* ''Manga/KannazukiNoMiko'' ''Manga/DestinyOfTheShrineMaiden'' at first appears to be a simple series about two [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship best friends]], with some LesYay and mechas thrown in. Then it turns into a twisted love triangle. Being that it is one of the most popular GirlsLove series to date you should already know that the main duo aren't just best friends and who Himeko ends up with. And if you don't know, the English dub [=DVDs=] made sure to make it clear.


** ''Manga/StardustCrusaders'': DIO survived the events of Part 1 by taking Jonathan's body (which retroactively spoils the end of ''Phantom Blood'') and gains a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] called The World that can [[TimeStandsStill stop time]]. Anybody familiar with the MemeticMutation surrounding Dio knows about his Stand's time stop ability, but in the series proper, none of the heroes knew until they actually fought him, with Kakyoin sacrificing himself to give the rest of them a clue. Also, DIO using a steamroller in an attempt to kill Jotaro.

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** ''Manga/StardustCrusaders'': DIO survived the events of Part 1 by taking Jonathan's body (which retroactively spoils the end of ''Phantom Blood'') and gains a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] called The World that can [[TimeStandsStill stop time]]. Anybody familiar with the MemeticMutation surrounding Dio knows about his Stand's time stop ability, but in the series proper, none of the heroes knew until they actually fought him, with Kakyoin sacrificing himself to give the rest of them a clue. Fortunately for anybody ''not'' already spoiled by the memes, the anime adaptation of ''Stardust Crusaders'' presents the mystery of DIO's powers in the same way the manga did [[LongRunners 23 years ago]], but the [=JoJo=] video games and Shonen Jump crossover games that DIO appears in just assume everybody knows already. Also, DIO using a steamroller in an attempt to kill Jotaro.



** ''Manga/VentoAureo'': The boss of Passione is the Part's BigBad, he has a Stand called King Crimson, he has a SplitPersonality named Doppio, and his name is Diavolo. Also, Trish has a Stand called Spice Girl and Gold Experience evolves into [[StoryBreakerPower Gold Experience Requiem]].

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** ''Manga/VentoAureo'': The boss of Passione is the Part's BigBad, he has a Stand called King Crimson, Crimson (with powers that are difficult to explain but [[MemeticMutation just work]]), he has a SplitPersonality named Doppio, and his name is Diavolo. Also, Trish has a Stand called Spice Girl and Gold Experience evolves into [[StoryBreakerPower Gold Experience Requiem]].



** Many of the Straw Hats' joining the crew; the anime often assumes that the viewers have read the manga already and will not be surprised to see them as part of the crew in openings, endings or commercials. The first five Straw Hats are shown in the crew in the first opening and the first three are shown in the first manga volume (which ends when Luffy first meets Nami). Robin was shown in the crew in the third opening, despite it being twenty episodes before her HeelFaceTurn. Brook was shown in ads for ''VideoGame/OnePieceUnlimitedCruise'' late in the Thriller Bark arc. The only true exceptions seem to be Franky and Chopper. This was taken to extremes in Creator/FUNimation's English releases. The Collection Six DVD (which contained the opening of the Skypiea arc) included a flyer directly telling the viewer that [[spoiler:Franky would join the Straw Hat crew]], something that wouldn't happen for another one hundred and ninety episodes; Not only that, but the actual DVD being advertised was still over a hundred episodes away from that spoiler happening. The DVD cover and disc art for Season Five: Voyage Four shows [[spoiler:the Going merry burning]], which didn't happen until the last episode on that box set. [=FUNimation=]'s release of the movie Strong World also spoiled [[spoiler:Brook joining the crew]], which had yet to happen in the English dub. That being said, anyone who has so much as seen a promo image for the series will have these revelations spoiled for them anyway.

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** Many of the Straw Hats' joining the crew; the anime often assumes that the viewers have read the manga already and will not be surprised to see them as part of the crew in openings, endings or commercials. The first five Straw Hats are shown in the crew in the first opening and the first three are shown in the first manga volume (which ends when Luffy first meets Nami). Robin was shown in the crew in the third opening, despite it being twenty episodes before her HeelFaceTurn. Brook was shown in ads for ''VideoGame/OnePieceUnlimitedCruise'' late in the Thriller Bark arc. The only true exceptions seem to be Franky and Chopper. This was taken to extremes in Creator/FUNimation's English releases. The Collection Six DVD (which contained the opening of the Skypiea arc) included a flyer directly telling the viewer that [[spoiler:Franky would join the Straw Hat crew]], something that wouldn't happen for another one hundred and ninety episodes; Not only that, but the actual DVD being advertised was still over a hundred episodes away from that spoiler happening. The DVD cover and disc art for Season Five: Voyage Four shows [[spoiler:the Going merry Merry burning]], which didn't happen until the last episode on that box set. [=FUNimation=]'s release of the movie Strong World also spoiled [[spoiler:Brook joining the crew]], which had yet to happen in the English dub. That being said, anyone who has so much as seen a promo image for the series will have these revelations spoiled for them anyway.



** The [[Anime/OnePieceFilmZ twelvth movie]] spoils a huge plot point revealed at the end of the Fishman Island arc, namely [[spoiler:Aokiji not being a Marine anymore, due to his loss against Akainu in a fight for the position of Fleet Admiral]].

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** The [[Anime/OnePieceFilmZ twelvth twelfth movie]] spoils a huge plot point revealed at the end of the Fishman Island arc, namely [[spoiler:Aokiji not being a Marine anymore, due to his loss against Akainu in a fight for the position of Fleet Admiral]].


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* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' is based on rather basic [[RealLife history]], so it [[ForegoneConclusion obviously]] will invoke this trope. [[spoiler:The Axis Powers lose]]. But on the more personal levels for the characters, it's assumed that every fan has at least read the strip "America Cleans Out the Storage", which is a TearJerker in a comedy series.

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* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' ''Webcomic/HetaliaAxisPowers'' is based on rather basic [[RealLife history]], so it [[ForegoneConclusion obviously]] will invoke this trope. [[spoiler:The Axis Powers lose]]. But on the more personal levels for the characters, it's assumed that every fan has at least read the strip "America Cleans Out the Storage", which is a TearJerker in a comedy series.



* ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''

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* Being a StealthSequel, the first chapter of ''Manga/UQHolder'' refers rather liberally to many of the events that occurred in ''Anime/MahouSenseiNegima'''s epilogue, among them being the fact that [[spoiler:the {{masquerade}} is broken and Evangeline is no longer bound to Mahora]].

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* Being a StealthSequel, the first chapter of ''Manga/UQHolder'' refers rather liberally to many of the events that occurred in ''Anime/MahouSenseiNegima'''s ''Manga/NegimaMagisterNegiMagi'''s epilogue, among them being the fact that [[spoiler:the {{masquerade}} is broken and Evangeline is no longer bound to Mahora]].



* The plot of ''Anime/{{Canaan}}'' was written under the assumption that the viewer has played or at least has basic info about VisualNovel/FourTwoEightShibuyaScramble, the VisualNovel it's a {{spin off}} from, so it freely reveals plot points like: [[spoiler:BigBad Alphard having masqueraded as Canaan for a good part of the game]], [[spoiler:the real Canaan saving Maria's life]], [[spoiler:the UA virus]]...

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* The plot of ''Anime/{{Canaan}}'' was written under the assumption that the viewer has played or at least has basic info about VisualNovel/FourTwoEightShibuyaScramble, ''VisualNovel/FourTwoEightShibuyaScramble'', the VisualNovel it's a {{spin off}} from, so it freely reveals plot points like: [[spoiler:BigBad Alphard having masqueraded as Canaan for a good part of the game]], [[spoiler:the real Canaan saving Maria's life]], [[spoiler:the UA virus]]...


* ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' does this on two fronts: the solicits for ''Side: Despair'' mention one of the major twists of ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'', while its first episode assumes you watched [[spoiler: Chisa die]] in the first episode of''Side: Future''.

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* ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' does this on two fronts: the solicits for ''Side: Despair'' mention one of the major twists of ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'', ''VisualNovel/Danganronpa2GoodbyeDespair'', while its first episode assumes you watched [[spoiler: Chisa die]] in the first episode of''Side: Future''.


** The 22nd opening (Over the Top) spoiled several elements of the ongoing Wano arc for anime-only viewers. Including [[spoiler: Luffy's imprisonment, Sanji's raid suit, and Shimotsuki Yasuie's death]].

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** The 22nd opening (Over the Top) spoiled several elements of the ongoing Wano arc for anime-only viewers. Including [[spoiler: Luffy's imprisonment, Sanji's raid suit, and Shimotsuki Yasuie's death]].death, and Kyoshiro being a member of the Nine Red Scabbards]].


* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': At the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc, there is an earth-shattering revelation regarding Aizawa and Present Mic's high school friend, Shirakumo. However, this comes across as a RememberTheNewGuy if the reader isn't keeping up with the prequel SpinOff, ''Manga/VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegals'', which has an entire arc focused on Aizawa and his relationship with Shirakumo, revealing who he is and what happened to him in high school; the manga proper only hints at Shirakumo's existence and he's never referrred to by his name up until the revelation.

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* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': At the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc, there is an earth-shattering revelation regarding Aizawa and Present Mic's high school friend, Shirakumo. However, this comes across as a RememberTheNewGuy if the reader isn't keeping up with the prequel SpinOff, ''Manga/VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegals'', ''Manga/MyHeroAcademiaVigilantes'', which has an entire arc focused on Aizawa and his relationship with Shirakumo, revealing who he is and what happened to him in high school; the manga proper only hints at Shirakumo's existence and he's never referrred to by his name up until the revelation.

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* In ''Manga/{{Arachnid}}'', Yoriko Tajima is a bully-turned-friend who is also an ageless ShadowDictator who got Japan nuked on purpose. Her identity comes up not only in the spinoff ''Caterpillar'' at a point it was a prequel, but also in the next-to-last page of ''Manga/ChoubuNoShinobi'', a ''Sengoku era'' spinoff, for no good reason! And then there's ''Manga/{{Himenospia}}'', which may seem unrelated but follows the plot beats of ''Arachnid'' [[RecycledInSpace so closely]] that Yoriko's character and backstory are [[DecompositeCharacter split]] between the heroine, the BigBad and, ''yes'', the bully-turned-friend.
** The volume 11 cover for ''Arachnid'' shows Sasori with her mechanical stinger tail drawn out. The volume 12 cover alludes to Ai Kuramoto being the real Army Ant Queen instead of her decoy Sara.
** At the end of ''Caterpillar'', Imomushi had missed out on the Arachnid Hunt so she is informed about what happened and the "Rape ZombieApocalypse" that followed.
** ''Manga/{{Blattodea}}'' is a sequel to ''Arachnid'' from the point of view of a new heroine, Chiyuri. The first few chapters [[ContinuityLockout expect]] the reader to already know enough to not bother with recapitulating things with much context.

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*** Taken UpToEleven with ''Anime/HealinGoodPrettyCure''[='s=] SixthRanger, [[spoiler: Cure Earth]]. Due to an unexpected ScheduleSlip, merchandise for her started to show up two months before her debut.


* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'': Different spoilers for different Parts, most of these are spoiled if you bother to read anything that comes after. The fandom's habit of spoiling people as if Jojo were as popular as Franchise/StarWars doesn't help.

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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'': Different spoilers for different Parts, most of these are spoiled if you bother to read anything that comes after. The fandom's habit of spoiling people as if Jojo were as popular as Franchise/StarWars doesn't help.



** ''Manga/StardustCrusaders'': DIO survived the events of Part 1 by taking Jonathan's body (which retroactively spoils the end of ''Phantom Blood'') and gains a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] called The World that can [[TimeStandsStill stop time]]. Anybody familiar with the MemeticMutation surrounding Dio knows about his Stand's time stop ability, but in the series proper, none of the heroes knew until they actually fought him, with Kakyoin sacrificing himself to give the rest of them a clue. Also, DIO using a steamroller [[spoiler:in an attempt to kill Jotaro]].

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** ''Manga/StardustCrusaders'': DIO survived the events of Part 1 by taking Jonathan's body (which retroactively spoils the end of ''Phantom Blood'') and gains a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] called The World that can [[TimeStandsStill stop time]]. Anybody familiar with the MemeticMutation surrounding Dio knows about his Stand's time stop ability, but in the series proper, none of the heroes knew until they actually fought him, with Kakyoin sacrificing himself to give the rest of them a clue. Also, DIO using a steamroller [[spoiler:in in an attempt to kill Jotaro]].Jotaro.



** ''Manga/StoneOcean'': Enrico Pucci's [[PowersAsPrograms Whitesnake]] evolves into [[GravityMaster C-Moon]], and later into [[TimeMaster Made in Heaven]] which ultimately resets the universe [[spoiler: and kills everyone]].

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** ''Manga/StoneOcean'': Enrico Pucci's [[PowersAsPrograms Whitesnake]] evolves into [[GravityMaster C-Moon]], and later into [[TimeMaster Made in Heaven]] which ultimately resets the universe [[spoiler: and kills everyone]].Heaven]].


* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'': Different spoilers for different Parts, most of these are spoiled if you bother to read anything that comes after.

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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'': Different spoilers for different Parts, most of these are spoiled if you bother to read anything that comes after. The fandom's habit of spoiling people as if Jojo were as popular as Franchise/StarWars doesn't help.



** ''Manga/StardustCrusaders'': DIO survived the events of Part 1 by taking Jonathan's body (which retroactively spoils the end of ''Phantom Blood'') and gains a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] called The World that can [[TimeStandsStill stop time]]. Anybody familiar with the MemeticMutation surrounding Dio knows about his Stand's time stop ability, but in the series proper, none of the heroes knew until they actually fought him, with Kakyoin sacrificing himself to give the rest of them a clue. Also, the steamroller.

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** ''Manga/StardustCrusaders'': DIO survived the events of Part 1 by taking Jonathan's body (which retroactively spoils the end of ''Phantom Blood'') and gains a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] called The World that can [[TimeStandsStill stop time]]. Anybody familiar with the MemeticMutation surrounding Dio knows about his Stand's time stop ability, but in the series proper, none of the heroes knew until they actually fought him, with Kakyoin sacrificing himself to give the rest of them a clue. Also, the steamroller.DIO using a steamroller [[spoiler:in an attempt to kill Jotaro]].



** ''Manga/StoneOcean'': Enrico Pucci's [[PowersAsPrograms Whitesnake]] evolves into [[GravityMaster C-Moon]], and later into [[TimeMaster Made in Heaven]].

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** ''Manga/StoneOcean'': Enrico Pucci's [[PowersAsPrograms Whitesnake]] evolves into [[GravityMaster C-Moon]], and later into [[TimeMaster Made in Heaven]].Heaven]] which ultimately resets the universe [[spoiler: and kills everyone]].


* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': At the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc, there is an earth-shattering revelation regarding Aizawa and Present Mic's high school friend, Shirakumo. However, this comes across as a RememberTheNewGuy is the reader isn't keeping up with the prequel SpinOff VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegals, which has an entire arc focused on Aizawa and his relationship with Shirakumo, revealing who he is and what happened to him in high school; the manga proper only hints at Shirakumo's existence and he's never referrred to by his name up until the revelation.

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* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': At the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc, there is an earth-shattering revelation regarding Aizawa and Present Mic's high school friend, Shirakumo. However, this comes across as a RememberTheNewGuy is if the reader isn't keeping up with the prequel SpinOff VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegals, SpinOff, ''Manga/VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegals'', which has an entire arc focused on Aizawa and his relationship with Shirakumo, revealing who he is and what happened to him in high school; the manga proper only hints at Shirakumo's existence and he's never referrred to by his name up until the revelation.


* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': At the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc, there is an earth-shattering revelation regarding Aizawa and Present Mic's high school friend, Shirakumo. However, this comes across as a RememberTheNewGuy is the reader isn't keeping up with the prequel SpinOff VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegas, which has an entire arc focused on Aizawa and his relationship with Shirakumo, revealing who he is and what happened to him in high school; the manga proper only hints at Shirakumo's existence and he's never referrred to by his name up until the revelation.

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* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': At the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc, there is an earth-shattering revelation regarding Aizawa and Present Mic's high school friend, Shirakumo. However, this comes across as a RememberTheNewGuy is the reader isn't keeping up with the prequel SpinOff VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegas, VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegals, which has an entire arc focused on Aizawa and his relationship with Shirakumo, revealing who he is and what happened to him in high school; the manga proper only hints at Shirakumo's existence and he's never referrred to by his name up until the revelation.

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* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': At the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc, there is an earth-shattering revelation regarding Aizawa and Present Mic's high school friend, Shirakumo. However, this comes across as a RememberTheNewGuy is the reader isn't keeping up with the prequel SpinOff VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegas, which has an entire arc focused on Aizawa and his relationship with Shirakumo, revealing who he is and what happened to him in high school; the manga proper only hints at Shirakumo's existence and he's never referrred to by his name up until the revelation.

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** This even happens before a new series even starts: merchandise for each ''Pretty Cure'' season is usually released a week or two before the show's premiere, some of which will spoil the civillian identities of the Cures.


** For American viewers, ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' was a series of Late-Arrival Spoilers being delivered effectively as character exposition from the word "go", since it exploded in popularity before its predecessor (despite two previous attempts to dub said predecessor). Things like Goku having a son and a long-lost evil brother, being from a race of alien warriors, and Piccolo Jr. pulling a HeelFaceTurn were all meant to be shocking surprises to fans who grew up watching ''Manga/DragonBall'' first. Not to mention a lot of the former show's major events, like Tienshinhan's HeelFaceTurn, Demon King Piccolo having a son, Goku marrying Chi-Chi, and the introduction of all the supporting characters who show up by the start of ''Dragon Ball Z''.
*** Even in Japan this is the case, as ''Z'' is far more popular than ''Dragon Ball'' there too.
** Even worse, in the original dub of ''Z'', the classic opening "Rock the Dragon", which was used from the ''very first episode'' of the show, included footage of Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Trunks and Super Saiyan Vegeta. The first Super Saiyan transformation in the series was in ''episode 95'' ([[{{Macekre}} about 80 by the original dub numbering, but still]]). It also spoiled that Future Trunks [[spoiler:had killed Freeza (as it was shown for a split-second)]] and Vegeta [[HeelFaceTurn had became a good guy]] (for most of the series, Vegeta was an antagonist).
** Even the episode titles are pretty big spoilers, especially in the "next time" previews. One of these previews (during the Freeza saga) had the narrator asking "Goku has recovered! Can he make it to the battle before Vegeta dies?!" (or something like that). Then it showed the title of the next episode - "The End of Vegeta." ...guess he doesn't make it. This spoil is commonly used to up ratings. Although it could be worse. The Japanese episode titles are so large and spoiler-filled you could call them a plot summary.
** Commercials were released of Goku fighting Freeza as a Super Saiyan before or during Goku's fight with Freeza in the Freeza Saga, a.k.a. before the first time Goku's transformation was shown on TV, so we know any supposed deathblows to Goku (such as Freeza's exploding volleyball attack) or Freeza (such as Goku's Genkidama) cannot be fatal until after Goku transforms.
** Vegeta and Trunks are shown as Super Saiyans in the third opening to ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', which debuted one episode before Trunks had even appeared in the series.

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** For American viewers, ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' was a series of Late-Arrival Spoilers being delivered effectively as character exposition from the word "go", since it exploded in popularity before its predecessor (despite two previous attempts to dub said predecessor). Things like Goku having a son and a long-lost evil brother, being from a race of alien warriors, and Piccolo Jr. pulling a HeelFaceTurn were all meant to be shocking surprises to fans who grew up watching ''Manga/DragonBall'' first. Not to mention a lot of the former show's major events, like Tienshinhan's Tenshinhan's HeelFaceTurn, Demon King Piccolo having a son, Goku marrying Chi-Chi, and the introduction of all the supporting characters who show up by the start of ''Dragon Ball Z''.
*** Even in Japan this is the case, as ''Z'' is far more popular than ''Dragon Ball'' there too.
** Even worse, in the original dub of ''Z'', the classic opening "Rock the Dragon", which was used from the ''very first episode'' of the show, included footage of Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Trunks and Super Saiyan Vegeta. The first Super Saiyan transformation in the series was in ''episode 95'' ([[{{Macekre}} about 80 by the original dub numbering, but still]]). It also spoiled that Future Trunks [[spoiler:had killed Freeza (as it was shown for a split-second)]] and Vegeta [[HeelFaceTurn had became a good guy]] (for most of the series, Vegeta was an antagonist).
** Even the episode titles are pretty big spoilers, especially in the "next time" previews. One of these previews (during the Freeza saga) had the narrator asking "Goku has recovered! Can he make it to the battle before Vegeta dies?!" (or something like that). Then it showed the title of the next episode - "The End of Vegeta." ...guess he doesn't make it. This spoil is commonly used to up ratings. Although it could be worse. The Japanese episode titles are so large and spoiler-filled you could call them a plot summary.
** Commercials were released of Goku fighting Freeza as a Super Saiyan before or during Goku's fight with Freeza in the Freeza Saga, a.k.a. before the first time Goku's transformation was shown on TV, so we know any supposed deathblows to Goku (such as Freeza's exploding volleyball attack) or Freeza (such as Goku's Genkidama) cannot be fatal until after Goku transforms.
** Vegeta and Trunks are shown as Super Saiyans in the third opening to ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', which debuted one episode before Trunks had even appeared in the series.
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** The preview for Episode 271 of ''Z'', as well as its title, clearly states that [[spoiler:Goku destroys Buu with the Genkidama]].
** The movies are subtitles rather ambiguously in Japan, but in the US they are titled as if you've already seen them before.
*** Was it supposed to be a plot twist that Broly was the legendary Super Saiyan? Because in the US his first movie is called ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBrolyTheLegendarySuperSaiyan Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan]]''. In Japan it was called ''Burn Up!! A Red-Hot, Raging, Super-Fierce Fight''.
*** In the third Broly movie, even though it was intended to be kept a mystery as to who exactly they were cloning other than the fact that it was a Saiyan, the US title spoiled it by explicitly stating ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBioBroly Bio-Broly]]''. In Japan, it's ''Super-Warrior Defeat!! Im the One Wholl Win''.

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