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* ''Podcast/PokemonAdventuresInTheMillennium'' has the reveals of Julian's parents going missing in Sinnoh a year ago and Belle's past with Team Rocket. They come pretty early on in the story, but are major elements of the character's development throughout.
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* Part of ''ComicBook/JamesTyninoIVsBatman'' is the aftermath of ''ComicBook/BatmanRebirth'' and how it's affecting Batman -- including Bane's murder of Alfred.

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* Part of ''ComicBook/JamesTyninoIVsBatman'' ''ComicBook/JamesTynionIVsBatman'' is the aftermath of ''ComicBook/BatmanRebirth'' and how it's affecting Batman -- including Bane's murder of Alfred.

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* Part of ''ComicBook/JamesTyninoIVsBatman'' is the aftermath of ''ComicBook/BatmanRebirth'' and how it's affecting Batman -- including Bane's murder of Alfred.


* ''Fanfic/CodePrimeR1Rebellion'': The first chapter reveals that the boy we see with Charles in ''Code Geass'' is his young brother, V.V.....[[AccidentallyCorrectWriting and also correctly predicted his name to be Victor...]]

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* ''Fanfic/CodePrimeR1Rebellion'': ''Fanfic/CodePrime'': The first chapter reveals that the boy we see with Charles in ''Code Geass'' is his young brother, V.V.....[[AccidentallyCorrectWriting and also correctly predicted his name to be Victor...]]

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** Pretty much every episode with Meggy in it after “Final Hours”, where [[spoiler: she got turned into a human.]]


Feeling annoyed that a major event has just been spoiled for you? Irritated? Enraged? [[FanMyopia Too bad because other fans, and apparently the advertisers, all agree it's your own fault for not being aware.]]

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Feeling annoyed that a major event has just been spoiled for you? Irritated? Enraged? [[FanMyopia Too bad bad, because other fans, and apparently the advertisers, all agree it's your own fault for not being aware.]]

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* For ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'', there's two:
** First is that the events of the first issue are caused by ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, making good as his vow of revenge at the end of ''ComicBook/TheUltimates 3''.
** Secondly, also related to ''Ultimates 3'', is the Blob making good on his threat to [[ImAHumanitarian eat]] ComicBook/TheWasp.

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* ''Fanfic/InfinityTrainBlossomingTrail'' spoils a few things in regards to how Ash is now the Alola League Champion (as it takes place during ''Pokémon Journeys'') but its prequel, ''Fanfic/InfinityTrainKnightOfTheOrangeLily'' spoils many of the twists of the Nihilego arc (namely that it's Faba's fault for the entire mess) and that it starts on the night before Professor Kukui and Burnet's wedding.

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* This is poked fun at by ''WebVideo/AfterHours'', when Soren blurts out "I'm ''glad'' [[spoiler: Dumbledore died]]!" Cue a background character reading ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfbloodPrince'' turning around and complaining.
-->'''Soren''': It came out in, like, 2005...

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* Merely seeing the full title of the ''VisualNovel/PurrfectApawcalypse'' series's third game spoils the identity of the BigBad in the first and second games, and reading the synopsis for it spoils a lot of major events that occurred in the second game's GoldenEnding.


* Creator/FUNimation and its predecessor [[Creator/{{Geneon}} Geneon Entertainment]], as well as the original Japanese trailers (plus openings if you count the original sound novels), spare no detail when it comes to the anime version of ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' -- from the characters' dark pasts to the not-so-secret actual plot to the ''ending'' of the main series. The manga takes it even further, since it shows Hanyuu and Shion in omake before they appear, leading people who have never played the sound novels or watched the anime to wonder why Mion's hair is down (you could just think it's a fanservice omake thing, though) and who that girl with the horns is. Also, the GaidenGame ''Daybreak Portable'''s [[SpoilerOpening opening theme]] contains a shot of [[ShrinkingViolet Natsumi]] [[spoiler:wielding a butcher knife and bearing a very lovely SlasherSmile]]. Sure hope you've seen all the way through either Onisarashi-hen or Someutsushi-hen.

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* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'':
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Creator/FUNimation and its predecessor [[Creator/{{Geneon}} Geneon Entertainment]], as well as the original Japanese trailers (plus openings if you count the original sound novels), spare no detail when it comes to the anime version adaptation of ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' the game -- from the characters' dark pasts to the not-so-secret actual plot to the ''ending'' of the main series. series.
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The manga takes it even further, since it shows Hanyuu and Shion in omake before they appear, leading people who have never played the sound novels or watched the anime to wonder why Mion's hair is down (you could just think it's a fanservice omake thing, though) and who that girl with the horns is. Also, the is.
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GaidenGame ''Daybreak Portable'''s [[SpoilerOpening opening theme]] contains a shot of [[ShrinkingViolet Natsumi]] [[spoiler:wielding a butcher knife and bearing a very lovely SlasherSmile]]. Sure hope you've seen all the way through either Onisarashi-hen or Someutsushi-hen.Someutsushi-hen.
** The 2020 anime was marketed as a remake of the 2006 anime, so a newcomer would be excused for thinking it was a good way to get started with the series. However, in the second episode the anime turns out to be a StealthSequel, with a brand new arc--and the beginning of the episode outright reveals [[spoiler:Hanyuu's existence and the fact that Rika's stuck in a GroundhogDayLoop of murders]], a very major plot twist which in the original series isn't revealed until the second half of the story.

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* ''WebAnimation/MinilifeTV'': Those unaware of TheReveal of "[[Recap/MinilifeTVSeason4Episode14 A New Terror Arrives]]" may be surprised to see [[spoiler:Jack]] on the thumbnail of the ''Minilife Chronicles'' episode, "[[Recap/MinilifeChroniclesTheMayor The Mayor]]".

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* While it updated regularly, ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' had a general fansite[=/=]fan group policy of 'Wait 48-72 hours to mention '''anything'''' (including audience reaction, in some cases), but with the foreshadowing and callbacks, you could really find a late arrival spoiler in something mentioned from ''15 years previous''. [[spoiler:Including Laz'R'Us tech, the importance of the core generator, the fact that there are two Kevyn's, Ennesby being able to jump between and control different computer systems...]]

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* ''Fanfic/PeaceOfMindPieceOfHeart'': Don't read this fic if you didn't finish watching ''She-Ra (2018)'' and ''Steven Universe Future''. TheReveal at the end of ''Infinity Train'' Book 1 is also immediately spoiled.

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* The second arc of ''ComicBook/RatQueens'' has a major reveal when Hannah takes down her hair, showing the stubs of her demon horns. By the fourth arc cover artwork routinely shows her horns.

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