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Any and all appellations alluding to letters that are akin to one another.

Or put simply: An Alliterative Title is one in which all or most of the words (aside from articles, conjunctions, and prepositions) begin with the same phonetic sound. This can be done for a variety of reasons or effects, but more often than not it's a catchy, easy way to remember the name of a work.

Often coincides with Added Alliterative Appeal and Alliterative Name or even Author Appeal. Notice a trend?

Opposite to Rhyming Title. "Double, Double" Title is the lovechild of the two, since, of course, the same word alliterates — and rhymes — with itself.

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    Anime & Manga 


    Asian Animation 

    Comic Books 

    Comic Strips 

    Fairy Tales 

    Fan Works 

    Films — Animation 

  • One possible translation for the title of the first chapter of Digimon Legendary Skies - "九寨沟之旅!", is "Journey to Jiuzhaigou!"note .




    Pro Wrestling 
  • Bad Blood
  • Bash at the Beach
  • Beach Blast
  • Capital Combat
  • Cyber Slam (phonetically, at least)
  • Cyber Sunday (phonetically, at least)
  • December To Dismember
  • Halloween Havoc
  • Hardcore Heaven
  • Holiday Hell
  • Royal Rumble
  • Spring Stampede
  • SummerSlam
  • Super Summer Sizzler
  • Survivor Series
  • Taboo Tuesday
  • Tribute to the Troops
  • WrestleWar


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