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* Yujiro Takahashi and Wrestling/TetsuyaNaito, the TagTeam better known as No Limit, defeated Genba Hirayanagi and Kotaro Suzuki of [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH NOAH]]'s DISOBEY stable in a dark match at ''Wrestling/{{ROH}} The Tokyo Summit''. Naito wouldn't become ''relevant'' to ROH until the second ''War Of The Worlds'' seven years later, while Takahashi would have to wait ''eight'' years at ''Honor Rising Japan" for a non dark match.

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* Yujiro Takahashi and Wrestling/TetsuyaNaito, the TagTeam better known as No Limit, defeated Genba Hirayanagi and Kotaro Suzuki of [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH NOAH]]'s DISOBEY stable in a dark match at ''Wrestling/{{ROH}} ''Wrestling/RingOfHonor The Tokyo Summit''. Naito wouldn't become ''relevant'' to ROH until the second ''War Of The Worlds'' seven years later, while Takahashi would have to wait ''eight'' years at ''Honor Rising Japan" for a non dark match.


* Caprice Coleman first showed up working against Wrestling/{{ROH}} in 2004, representing Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Wildside with [[Wrestling/HunterJohnston Delirious]] and Rainman while Wrestling/MattSydal was representing IWA Mid-South (Wrestling/JimmyJacobs won for ROH). Matt Sydal and Delirious were somewhat regular to ROH at that point but Coleman would not get into a long term ROH deal for years.

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* Caprice Coleman first showed up working against Wrestling/{{ROH}} Wrestling/RingOfHonor in 2004, representing Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Wildside with [[Wrestling/HunterJohnston Delirious]] and Rainman while Wrestling/MattSydal was representing IWA Mid-South (Wrestling/JimmyJacobs won for ROH). Matt Sydal and Delirious were somewhat regular to ROH at that point but Coleman would not get into a long term ROH deal for years.


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* In one strip of ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}!'' a nameless woman working at a supermarket shows up. A while later she begins dating one of the main characters and became one herself. When the author went back and titled some of his earlier strips he called the one she appeared in "She'll Show Up More Later".

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* In one strip of ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}!'' ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}'' a nameless woman working at a supermarket shows up. A while later she begins dating one of the main characters and became one herself. When the author went back and titled some of his earlier strips he called the one she appeared in "She'll Show Up More Later".

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* Troy Evans played an injured police officer in the pilot of ''Series/{{ER}}'', before becoming a regular as an ER desk clerk in season 7. Even though the characters shared a name and backstory, and fans generally assumed them to be one and the same, it wasn't until after the show ended that WordOfGod finally confirmed it.


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** Also in ''Brotherhood'', this is inverted with Yoki. His first appearance is reduced to a brief mention, and it gets properly told (uh...somewhat) in episode 39. The first anime had covered Yoki's story well, so it only receives a brief nod in the second to make sure that the climax gets its full time to shine. Yoki's story isn't the only arc covered in the first anime to receive this treatment.
** Kimblee also appears in the first episode of Brotherhood; Isaac [=MacDougal=] offers to break him out of prison, but he refuses. He doesn't become important until much later.
** Also in Brotherhood: Maria Ross can be seen briefly in episode 5 before making a proper appearance. Then, in episode 6, while Edward explains that alchemists usually encrypt their research notes, Berthold Hawkeye is shown.
** Yet another character receives a blink-and-you'll miss it cameo in the first episode of Brotherhood long before he makes a major appearance: [[spoiler:Father]].

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** Also in ''Brotherhood'', this is inverted with Yoki. His first appearance is reduced to a brief mention, and it gets properly told (uh... somewhat) in episode 39. The first anime had covered Yoki's story well, so it only receives a brief nod in the second to make sure that the climax gets its full time to shine. Yoki's story isn't the only arc covered in the first anime to receive this treatment.
** Kimblee also appears in the first episode of Brotherhood; ''Brotherhood''; Isaac [=MacDougal=] offers to break him out of prison, but he refuses. He doesn't become important until much later.
** Also in Brotherhood: ''Brotherhood'': Maria Ross can be seen briefly in episode 5 before making a proper appearance. Then, in episode 6, while Edward explains that alchemists usually encrypt their research notes, Berthold Hawkeye is shown.
** Yet another character receives a blink-and-you'll miss it cameo in the first episode of Brotherhood ''Brotherhood'' long before he makes a major appearance: [[spoiler:Father]].



** In the first live-action movie, [[spoiler:Hanyuu]] appears behind Keiichi as a silhoulette just before [[spoiler:he tears his throat out]].

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** In the first live-action movie, [[spoiler:Hanyuu]] appears behind Keiichi as a silhoulette silhouette just before [[spoiler:he tears his throat out]].



* [[spoiler:The White Violin, aka Vanya]] appears near Hargreeves's rushed up funeral on the cover of ''ComicBook/TheUmbrellaAcademy'''s second issue. [[CoversAlwaysLie She's not present in the actual scene, though]].

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* [[spoiler:The White Violin, aka Vanya]] appears near Hargreeves's rushed up rushed-up funeral on the cover of ''ComicBook/TheUmbrellaAcademy'''s second issue. [[CoversAlwaysLie She's not present in the actual scene, though]].



* [[spoiler:Bethany Hawke]] is mentioned in passing five times in ''[[Fanfic/TwiceUponAnAge All This Sh*t is Twice as Weird]]'' before finally [[{{Transplant}} showing up in person]] to join the [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Inquisition]] in chapter 38.



* In ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'', as Pleakley and The Grand Councilwoman are using the lift to go to Jumba's cell, you can see Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel in a cell to the right. Hamsterviel would go onto becoming a major villain in the TV series.

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* In ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'', as Pleakley and The Grand Councilwoman are using the lift to go to Jumba's cell, you can see Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel in a cell to the right. Hamsterviel would go onto becoming become a major villain in the TV series.



* In the film version of ''Film/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' at the end we hear Aunt Alberta call up "Jill Pole's stopped by for a visit". Jill becomes an important character in the next story ''The Silver Chair''.
* Most adaptations of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' introduce Tiny Tim and often the rest of the Cratchits near the beginning of the story, while in the book they didn't appear until the Ghost of Christmas Present stave.

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* In the film version of ''Film/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' ''Film/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader,'' at the end we hear Aunt Alberta call up tell Eustace that "Jill Pole's stopped by for a visit". visit." Jill becomes an important character in the next story story, ''The Silver Chair''.
* Most adaptations of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' introduce Tiny Tim and often the rest of the Cratchits near the beginning of the story, while in the book they didn't don't appear until the Ghost of Christmas Present stave.


* WordOfGod says that ''[[Disney/{{Tarzan}} Tarzan's]] parents are also Anna and Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'''s parents free being washed up on an island.

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* WordOfGod says that ''[[Disney/{{Tarzan}} Tarzan's]] Tarzan's]]'' parents are also Anna and Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'''s ''[[Disney/{{Frozen}} Frozen's]]'' parents free being washed up on an island.island.
* [[Creator/RaymondBriggs Raymond Briggs']] father makes a background cameo as a milkman in ''ComicBook/FatherChristmas''. He later starred in his own graphic novel and movie called ''WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest''.

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* Creator/MarkMillar says that the SupermanSubstitute from ''ComicBook/{{Wanted}}'' is the Utopian from ''ComicBook/JupitersLegacy''.

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* WordOfGod says that ''[[Disney/{{Tarzan}} Tarzan's]] parents are also Anna and Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'''s parents free being washed up on an island.


* Josh Abbott Band has done this twice: their 2011 single "Oh, Tonight" featured a credited vocal from Music/KaceyMusgraves that predated any of her solo releases, and the same thing happened again five years later with Carly Pearce, the featured vocalist on "Wasn't That Drunk".

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* Josh Abbott Band has done this twice: their 2011 single "Oh, Tonight" featured a credited vocal from Music/KaceyMusgraves that predated any of her solo releases, and the same thing happened again five years later with Carly Pearce, the featured vocalist on a pre-fame Music/KaceyMusgraves, while "Wasn't That Drunk".Drunk" five years later did likewise with Carly Pearce.



* Before releasing her debut singles or writing any songs for other artists, Sarah Buxton was the featured vocalist on Cowboy Troy's 2005 single "If You Don't Wanna Love Me".

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* Before releasing her debut singles or writing any songs for other artists, Singer-songwriter Sarah Buxton Buxton's first credit was the as a featured vocalist on Cowboy Troy's 2005 single "If You Don't Wanna Love Me".Me", which predated her own singles or songwriting credits.



* Curtis Wright co-wrote two of Music/{{Shenandoah}}'s singles: "Next to You, Next to Me" in 1990, and "Rock My Baby" two years later. Shenandoah disbanded in 1997, and when they reunited in 2000, Wright became their new lead singer ([[RevolvingDoorBand for a time]]).

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* Curtis Wright co-wrote two of Music/{{Shenandoah}}'s singles: "Next to You, Next to Me" in 1990, and "Rock My Baby" two years later. Shenandoah disbanded in 1997, and when they reunited in 2000, Wright briefly became their new lead singer ([[RevolvingDoorBand for a time]]).singer.



* Two years before "I Kissed A Girl", Music/KatyPerry appeared in the video for Gym Class Heroes' "Cupid's Chokehold"; At the time, she was dating their lead singer [=Travie McCoy=]. A few years before that, Perry was a backing vocalist for the rock band Music/{{POD}}, and appears on their 2005 rock radio hit "Goodbye For Now" and its video.

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* Two years before "I Kissed A a Girl", Music/KatyPerry appeared in the video for Gym Class Heroes' "Cupid's Chokehold"; At the time, she was dating their lead singer [=Travie McCoy=]. Travie [=McCoy=]. A few years before that, Perry was a backing vocalist for the rock band Music/{{POD}}, and appears on their 2005 rock radio hit "Goodbye For for Now" and its video.

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* Fanfic/ThisBites examples:
** Bartolomeo was present for Luffy's would-be execution in Loguetown in canon. In this fic, Cross takes the opportunity to temper his passion to be a pirate like Luffy, and suggest that he actually do it right (in canon, while he and presumably his crew had the necessary power to survive in the New World, they had very poor seafaring skills, making it an outright miracle that they made it as far as they did).
** Characters that would only appear in future locations, like the Whitebeard Pirates, the Marine higher-ups, or the Revolutionaries appear to show [[ADayInTheLimelight current events]], or [[spoiler:as spectators to Cross's SBS Broadcast]], even though the Straw Hats have yet to meet them in person. As of Chapter 30, [[spoiler:Admiral Akainu makes an appearance, and he does not like the SBS.]]
** Chapter 31 has both Doflamingo and Scratchman Apoo calling in to [[spoiler:the SBS Broadcast]].
** By Chapter 36, due to the popularity of [[spoiler:the SBS]], it's almost easier to list the characters who ''haven't'' made an appearance yet. Kaido being one large, glaring exception.
*** Kinda justified since the manga only very recently showed anything about Wano, as [[spoiler: Wano is shown as being utterly isolated. While Kaido and his lackeys do have access to Transponder Snails, it is rather doubtful that ordinary citizens do as well. And even if they did, even speaking against Kaido gets you kidnapped by his Mooks. He probably has outlawed listening to the SBS.]]
** Chapter 52 shows Charlotte Pudding listening to Lola's guest appearance on SBS. Despite all the change that the Straw Hats have brought about and the respect they have earned, she does not think much of them.
** [[spoiler: Stussy]] makes an early appearance in the aftermath of Strong World, delivering Indigo to the World Government.
** During Omatsuri Island, we are shown Zou, and its rulers Lord Nekomamushi and Duke Inuarashi. More of them were seen in the Enies Lobby arc. They quite like Soundbite's Abbott and Costello, to the point decided to organize a baseball game as a substitute for their usual battles. Their aide Wanda swears revenge against Cross for that very reason.
** In Chapter 61, the Beast Pirates are finally seen for the first time pre-timeskip with their representatives Sheepshead and Ginrummy in Skelter Bite.[[note]] Even though Pekoms and Baron Tamago are also present, they were already mentioned in the story at the end of Enies Lobby.[[/note]]

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* ''Webcomic/WildeLife'' has a fair few. For example, [[TheProtagonist Oscar]] and [[{{Deuteragonist}} Cliff]] [[http://www.wildelifecomic.com/comic/7 barely avoid meeting a chapter early]], with a bonus Kevin cameo.


* In the first episode of ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'', as Sena wonders what club to join, you can see Monta in the background, presumably stumping for the baseball team. Another early episode features Suzuna Taki, who's trying to track down her brother Natsuhiko; she shows up again during the Death March arc, which is where she first appeared in the manga.

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* In the first episode of ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'', ''Manga/Eyeshield21'', as Sena wonders what club to join, you can see Monta in the background, presumably stumping for the baseball team. Another early episode features Suzuna Taki, who's trying to track down her brother Natsuhiko; she shows up again during the Death March arc, which is where she first appeared in the manga.



* In the ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' 'Diamond Is Unbreakable' anime, the BigBad, Yoshikage Kira, can be seen from the back for about half a second during the fight against Chili Pepper, which is five episodes before his first full appearance. Additionally, the anime adds in a brief scene where [[StalkerWithACrush Yukako Yamagishi]] can be seen staring out a window at Koichi one episode before her proper first appearance.

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* In the ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' 'Diamond Is Unbreakable' anime, anime version of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable'', the BigBad, Yoshikage Kira, can be seen from the back for about half a second during the fight against Chili Pepper, which is five episodes before his first full appearance. Additionally, the anime adds in a brief scene where [[StalkerWithACrush Yukako Yamagishi]] can be seen staring out a window at Koichi one episode before her proper first appearance.



** [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Elekid, Ledyba, Lugia, and Slowking]] appeared in the [[Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}} second movie]] (set during the Orange Island saga and before ''Gold & Silver'' and the Johto saga came out).

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** [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Elekid, Ledyba, Lugia, and Slowking]] appeared in the [[Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}} [[Anime/Pokemon2000 second movie]] (set during the Orange Island saga and before ''Gold & Silver'' and the Johto saga came out).



* The final battle of ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'' includes cameos of Gundams from other series (as well as ''Anime/{{Daitarn 3}}'' and ''Anime/{{Zambot 3}})''...including [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Wing Gundam and Talgeese]] whose show had yet to air! Similarly, ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam vs. Gundam NEXT]]'' introduced the hero and eponymous Gundam from the novel ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'' before the anime adaptation had ever aired.

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* The final battle of ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'' includes cameos of Gundams from other series (as well as ''Anime/{{Daitarn 3}}'' ''Anime/Daitarn3'' and ''Anime/{{Zambot 3}})''...''Anime/Zambot3)''...including [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Wing Gundam and Talgeese]] whose show had yet to air! Similarly, ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam vs. Gundam NEXT]]'' introduced the hero and eponymous Gundam from the novel ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'' before the anime adaptation had ever aired.



* ''VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders'''': IDOLO'' was created as a prequel [=OVA=] to the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 2}} game ''Zone of the Enders''. In it, scientist Rachel Links looks at a FatalFamilyPhoto of her estranged husband and children, reflecting that she wished she could seem them again. It is a small scene in the [=OVA=], but the full-length series that came after centered on her husband James trying to reconcile with their children and seek her out.

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* ''VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders'''': IDOLO'' was created as a prequel [=OVA=] to the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 2}} UsefulNotes/Playstation2 game ''Zone of the Enders''. In it, scientist Rachel Links looks at a FatalFamilyPhoto of her estranged husband and children, reflecting that she wished she could seem them again. It is a small scene in the [=OVA=], but the full-length series that came after centered on her husband James trying to reconcile with their children and seek her out.



* [[Film/XMenFilmSeries X-Men]]:

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* [[Film/XMenFilmSeries X-Men]]:''[[Film/XMenFilmSeries X-Men]]'':



* Wrestling/CMPunk appears as one of the gangsters in Wrestling/JohnCena's entrance at ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}} 22''.

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* Wrestling/CMPunk appears as one of the gangsters in Wrestling/JohnCena's entrance at ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}} ''Wrestling/WrestleMania 22''.



* In Wrestling/{{Progress Wrestling}}, a lot of ENDVR talent appear as company security on the chapter shows before having matches. Some examples are Ali Armstrong, Damon Moser and Shen Woo.

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* In Wrestling/{{Progress Wrestling}}, Wrestling/ProgressWrestling, a lot of ENDVR talent appear as company security on the chapter shows before having matches. Some examples are Ali Armstrong, Damon Moser and Shen Woo.



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* In ''Roleplay/DawnOfANewAgeOldportBlues'', Finn briefly mentions the Vice President of the Chess Club before the MassSuperEmpoweringEvent hits the school. The next day, the Vice President is revealed to be Ivan, another main character who also gained powers from said event.
* In the very first story in the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', [[FlyingBrick Stone]] has a short encounter with a tall, athletic-looking older woman in a bar, where the cynical hero is spending time downing whiskey shots. At one point, the woman tells Stone, "I bet you're a disappointment to your mother." Three years and nearly sixty stories later, and Stone encounters the woman again: it was his mother, who abandoned him at an orphanage shortly after his birth.
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** Nearly half a year before he became the protagonist of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2 his own game]] Luso Clemens showed up as a minor playable character in the remake of the original ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', ''War of the Lions'', even though the games are on competing systems. In what is either this or an AscendedExtra, Hurdy, a main character from ''A2'', first appeared as an operator of the teleporting services in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''.

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** Nearly half a year before he became the protagonist of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2 his own game]] game]], Luso Clemens showed up as a minor playable character in the remake of the original ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', ''War of the Lions'', even though the games are on competing systems. In what is either this or an AscendedExtra, Hurdy, a main character from ''A2'', first appeared as an operator of the teleporting services in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''.



* The PC port of ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' includes a silenced version of its SMG in a test map. This silenced SMG later went on to be the primary weapon of the player character in ''VideoGame/Halo3ODST''.

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* The PC port of ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' ''VideoGame/Halo2'' includes a silenced version of its SMG in a test map. This silenced SMG later went on to be the primary weapon of the player character in ''VideoGame/Halo3ODST''.



* ''VideoGame/FalloutShelter'' featured ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' companions Preston Garvey and Piper Wright as [[HeroUnit Legendary Vault Dwellers]] prior to the release of the latter.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', one of your potential companions, the Railroad agent Deacon, will be present in major settlements before you first meet him face-to-face when joining the Railroad. Being a MasterOfDisguise, he'll be labeled as a generic NPC before you become acquainted with him.

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* ''VideoGame/FalloutShelter'' featured ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' companions Preston Garvey and Piper Wright as [[HeroUnit Legendary Vault Dwellers]] prior to the release of the latter.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', ''VideoGame/Fallout4'', one of your potential companions, the Railroad agent Deacon, will be present in major settlements before you first meet him face-to-face when joining the Railroad. Being a MasterOfDisguise, he'll be labeled as a generic NPC before you become acquainted with him.



* Early in ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'', John reads a dubiously educational programming textbook called "Data Structures [[ParodiesForDummies For Assholes]]", written in an extremely abusive style by someone called [[UnfortunateNames Buckminster Funnyuncle]]. Later in the comic, Karkat Vantas, a popular character with an interest in programming and a "virtually identical" writing style was introduced - Funnyuncle even talks about 'wriggling about in viscous secretions', which fits Karkat's BizarreAlienBiology theme perfectly. When Karkat first appeared, a few fans theorised he was Funnyuncle. In the ''Homestuck'' [[WebcomicPrintCollection Books]], while the story was not edited directly in keeping with Creator/AndrewHussie's WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants policy, the commentary asks the reader to "[[AscendedFanon Just imagine all the text in the book]] [[RetCon is capitalized]], [[WhyDidntIThinkOfThat and that it was written by Karkat]]".

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* Early in ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', John reads a dubiously educational programming textbook called "Data Structures [[ParodiesForDummies For Assholes]]", written in an extremely abusive style by someone called [[UnfortunateNames Buckminster Funnyuncle]]. Later in the comic, Karkat Vantas, a popular character with an interest in programming and a "virtually identical" writing style was introduced - Funnyuncle even talks about 'wriggling about in viscous secretions', which fits Karkat's BizarreAlienBiology theme perfectly. When Karkat first appeared, a few fans theorised he was Funnyuncle. In the ''Homestuck'' [[WebcomicPrintCollection Books]], while the story was not edited directly in keeping with Creator/AndrewHussie's WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants policy, the commentary asks the reader to "[[AscendedFanon Just imagine all the text in the book]] [[RetCon is capitalized]], [[WhyDidntIThinkOfThat and that it was written by Karkat]]".



* In the very first story in the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', [[FlyingBrick Stone]] has a short encounter with a tall, athletic-looking older woman in a bar, where the cynical hero is spending time downing whiskey shots. At one point, the woman tells Stone, "I bet you're a disappointment to your mother." Three years and nearly sixty stories later, and Stone encounters the woman again: it was his mother, who abandoned him at an orphanage shortly after his birth.



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** ''[[http://www.hubworld.com/my-little-pony/shows/friendship-is-magic/games/game-mylittlepony-discover Discover the Difference]]'', another flash game on the Hub's website, provides glimpses at the beginning of the instrumental version of a ThemeTuneExtended, as well as revealing scenes from "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E24OwlsWellThatEndsWell Owl's Well That Ends Well]]", "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E25PartyOfOne Party of One]]", and "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E26TheBestNightEver The Best Night Ever]]".
** ''[[http://www.hubworld.com/my-little-pony/shows/friendship-is-magic/games/mlp-adventures-in-ponyville Adventures in Ponyville]]'' showed Twilight as able to grant functional wings with magic, though they were a very different kind of wing (proper pegasus wings) than the ones she gave Rarity (butterfly wings made of gossamer and dew).


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** ''[[http://www.hubworld.com/my-little-pony/shows/friendship-is-magic/games/game-mylittlepony-discover Discover the Difference]]'', another flash game on the Hub's website, provides glimpses at the beginning of the instrumental version of a ThemeTuneExtended, as well as revealing scenes from "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E24OwlsWellThatEndsWell Owl's Well That Ends Well]]", "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E25PartyOfOne Party of One]]", and "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E26TheBestNightEver The Best Night Ever]]".
** ''[[http://www.hubworld.com/my-little-pony/shows/friendship-is-magic/games/mlp-adventures-in-ponyville Adventures in Ponyville]]'' showed Twilight as able to grant functional wings with magic, though they were a very different kind of wing (proper pegasus wings) than the ones she gave Rarity (butterfly wings made of gossamer and dew).


* In ''VideoGame/CopyKitty'', the first mission in World 10 features graffiti on several parts of the city. One of these is the silhouette of Cleru, the protagonist of the creators' next game in the setting.



* In ''VideoGame/CopyKitty'', the first mission in World 10 features graffiti on several parts of the city. One of these is the silhouette of Cleru, the protagonist of the creators' next game in the setting.

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