Tag: Chekhov's Gun
Chekhov's Gun is a literary technique whereby an unimportant element introduced early in the story becomes significant later on.
For example, a character may find a mysterious necklace that turns out to be the power source to the Doomsday Device, but at the time of finding the object it does not seem important. Like Foreshadowing, the object's importance often goes unnoticed by the audience, and becomes clear only in retrospect, or during a second viewing.
|Score ▴▾||Title ▴▾||Released ▴▾||Popularity ▴▾||Rating ▴▾|
|Fata morgana no Yakata||2012-12-27||14.47||8.69 (966)|
|Exogenesis - Perils of Rebirth||TBA||0.20||5.88 (9)|
|Soukou Akki Muramasa||2009-10-30||7.76||8.64 (430)|
|Three Guys That Paint||2015-03-31||0.30||5.62 (16)|
|Will: A Wonderful World||2017-06-06||0.39||6.53 (23)|