Either way, that's a lot of deaths. As we all know, demented, crazed serial killers, don't just "get better". One s Avengers story, in a clear homage to the recently released film Star Warshad the team flying around in Quinjets cheerfully destroying an attacking spacefleet sent by Thanos.
At the end of the film, Ben is the only survivor of his group. Some common examples of this trope coming into effect include: And what good will the cure be if it requires that the infectees be captured alive, restrained, and packed in ice while it's administered?
Pottersville has backup industries, such as the nightclubs, that can encourage outside investment. In the remake of The Andromeda Strainhumanity in the future sends a sample of a Nanobot virus dead set on killing humanity with very roundabout instructions on how to beat it and presumably to keep some o' that cure around for when it comes in the future.
The original Night of the Living Dead is less explicit in its implication that the remainder of humanity is doomed at the hands and mouths of hordes of zombies, and more implicit that the remainder of humanity will destroy itself due to paranoia and mob rule. The subversion of this trope is if the heroes fully realize the effects of their actions The Dark Knight Saga: One s Avengers story, in a clear homage to the recently released film Star Warshad the team flying around in Quinjets cheerfully destroying an attacking spacefleet sent by Thanos.
The film tries to hand-wave this by saying the US President had forgiven Latin American debt in return for accepting refugees: In the mangaat the end of the "Dream" arc, it's revealed that the Amazoness Quartet are the Asteroid Senshi.
Hell the common streets were empty due to people hunkering themselves so low, a high skyscraper like the one Batman blew up would be the last place civilians would be going to at the time Batman blew it up, meaning it was just an empty skyscraper and all Batman killed were a few hundred thousand dollars worth of construction.
Emerald Knights features multiple instances of Green Lanterns blowing up manned spacecraft, at one point wiping an enormous fleet.
It's never spelled out just how many people were killed by the Klowns, but they were scooping people up all over town to the point that they needed a giant vacuum cleaner for the job and there were a lot of cotton candy cocoons in the tent ship.
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann has an inferred extinction: However, later on, he implies that this may not be the case, when a couple of women see rats long after they were supposed to have all died.What happens when you detonate a spherical metal honeycomb over a hundred miles wide just above the atmosphere of a habitable world?
Regardless of specifics, the world won't remain habitable for long. Keep in mind that this is an inferred holocaust.
If the work explicitly states that there's a. The Inferred Holocaust trope as used in popular culture. What happens when you detonate a spherical metal honeycomb over a hundred miles wide just above the.Download