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** ''The Illustrated [[Literature/TheWeeFreeMen Wee Free Men]]'' included, at the bit which reveals [[spoiler: the toad was a lawyer who suffered BalefulPolymorph after suing a fairy godmother for breech of promise]], a transcript of the trial.

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** ''The Illustrated [[Literature/TheWeeFreeMen Wee Free Men]]'' included, at the bit which reveals [[spoiler: the toad was a lawyer who suffered BalefulPolymorph after suing a fairy godmother for breech breach of promise]], promise,]] a transcript of the trial.


* ''Fanfic/AdviceAndTrust'': The thread in the Sufficient Velocity forums includes many comedic omakes written by the author and other fans. Whacky hijinks include Rei getting drunk and her friends trying to cover it up, Asuka singing awfully and Shinji praising her because he is the one has to sleep with her, and Gendo seeing lizard people on the walls.

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* ''Fanfic/AdviceAndTrust'': The thread in the Sufficient Velocity forums includes many comedic omakes written by the author and other fans. Whacky hijinks include Rei getting drunk and her friends trying to cover it up, Asuka singing awfully and Shinji praising her because he is the one who has to sleep with her, and Gendo seeing lizard people on the walls.



* ''Fanfic/TheChildOfLove'': This story has two omakes: in one of them Asuka berates the author for not updating his site. In the other the pilots and their friends play an arcade.

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* ''Fanfic/TheChildOfLove'': This story has two omakes: in omakes. In one of them them, Asuka berates the author for not updating his site. In the other other, the pilots and their friends play at an arcade.


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* Nearly ''every WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' DVD (at least in the [[NoExportForYou US/Canada]]) has ''at least'' one special feature. So much we could make a list.


** ''The Illustrated [[Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen Wee Free Men]]'' included, at the bit which reveals [[spoiler: the toad was a lawyer who suffered BalefulPolymorph after suing a fairy godmother for breech of promise]], a transcript of the trial.
** The Waterstones hardback edition of ''Discworld/UnseenAcademicals'' includes a set of football cards, giving biographical details about the players in the big game.
** The Waterstones hardback edition of ''Discworld/{{Snuff}}'' includes a bonus story about the wizards (and A.E. Pessimal) that was originally printed in ''The Times Educational Supplement''.
** The Waterstones hardback and WH Smith paperback editions of ''Discworld/TheScienceOfDiscworld IV: Judgement Day'' include an Omnian pamphlet entitled ''The World Not A Disc''; a parody of the "flat Earth" arguments Jack and Ian mention in the text.
** The Waterstones hardback edition of ''Discworld/RaisingSteam'' includes a First Class ticket on the Hygenic Railway, with humourous terms of service etc. The WH Smith edition had a bonus story set on Roundworld (specifically Blackbury), that also featured an experimental steam engine.

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** ''The Illustrated [[Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen [[Literature/TheWeeFreeMen Wee Free Men]]'' included, at the bit which reveals [[spoiler: the toad was a lawyer who suffered BalefulPolymorph after suing a fairy godmother for breech of promise]], a transcript of the trial.
** The Waterstones hardback edition of ''Discworld/UnseenAcademicals'' ''Literature/UnseenAcademicals'' includes a set of football cards, giving biographical details about the players in the big game.
** The Waterstones hardback edition of ''Discworld/{{Snuff}}'' ''Literature/{{Snuff}}'' includes a bonus story about the wizards (and A.E. Pessimal) that was originally printed in ''The Times Educational Supplement''.
** The Waterstones hardback and WH Smith paperback editions of ''Discworld/TheScienceOfDiscworld ''Literature/TheScienceOfDiscworld IV: Judgement Day'' include an Omnian pamphlet entitled ''The World Not A Disc''; a parody of the "flat Earth" arguments Jack and Ian mention in the text.
** The Waterstones hardback edition of ''Discworld/RaisingSteam'' ''Literature/RaisingSteam'' includes a First Class ticket on the Hygenic Railway, with humourous terms of service etc. The WH Smith edition had a bonus story set on Roundworld (specifically Blackbury), that also featured an experimental steam engine.

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* The ''Realta Nua'' release of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' adds in the "[[HaveANiceDeath Tiger Dojo]]". If your poor decisions lead you to a painful and gruesome death, you have the option of a ''hilarious'' routine between Taiga and Ilya that gives advice on how to avoid that death. There are over 40 of these things written, and the DenserAndWackier nature means itís suggested you complete the [[TearJerker main game]] before watching them to avoid MoodWhiplash.


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* From [[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger 2004]] to [[Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger 2008]], Franchise/SuperSentai would have a short scene at the end of every episode explaining aspects of the show, while running on RuleOfFunny.


* ''[[Franchise/StarWarsLegends Star Wars Tales]]'' featured one-page strips in most issues starring editors Dave Land and Jeremy Barlow, numerous artists, writers and other personnel interacting with the characters. Featured responses to fan mail, [[RunningGag Running Gags]], Baby Darth Maul and the revelation that all of the strips are drawn by Jawas.

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* ''[[Franchise/StarWarsLegends Star Wars Tales]]'' ''ComicBook/StarWarsTales'' featured one-page strips in most issues starring editors Dave Land and Jeremy Barlow, numerous artists, writers and other personnel interacting with the characters. Featured [[FourthWallMailSlot responses to fan mail, mail]], [[RunningGag Running Gags]], Baby Darth Maul and the revelation that all of the strips are drawn by Jawas.


* ''Detective Comics'' #347 had a rare after-story "what if" segment that showed what ''would'' have happened to {{ComicBook/Robin}} if the villain of the story had actually killed {{Franchise/Batman}}. (This was in 1966. Who says Bats only got DarkerAndEdgier ''after'' the [[Series/{{Batman}} Adam West]] years?)

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* ''Detective Comics'' #347 had a rare after-story "what if" segment that showed what ''would'' have happened to {{ComicBook/Robin}} if the villain of the story had actually killed {{Franchise/Batman}}. (This was in 1966. Who says Bats only got DarkerAndEdgier ''after'' the [[Series/{{Batman}} [[Series/Batman1966 Adam West]] years?)


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* ''[[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Star Wars Tales]]'' featured one-page strips in most issues starring editors Dave Land and Jeremy Barlow, numerous artists, writers and other personnel interacting with the characters. Featured responses to fan mail, [[RunningGag Running Gags]], Baby Darth Maul and the revelation that all of the strips are drawn by Jawas.

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* ''[[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse ''[[Franchise/StarWarsLegends Star Wars Tales]]'' featured one-page strips in most issues starring editors Dave Land and Jeremy Barlow, numerous artists, writers and other personnel interacting with the characters. Featured responses to fan mail, [[RunningGag Running Gags]], Baby Darth Maul and the revelation that all of the strips are drawn by Jawas.

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** Another fan wrote not one but two original songs, one based on Arya's slaughter of the Freys in the original timeline and another based on House Tully's vengeance post-Remembering, which were then inserted into the canon by the story's author.

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