History AdaptationalVillainy / AnimeAndManga

8th Jan '17 11:12:51 AM VelvetPierrot
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** [[spoiler: Justin Law]] is revealed as TheMole and is [[spoiler: BJ's killer]] in the manga, whereas he stays firmly on the side of good in the anime.

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** [[spoiler: Justin Law]] is an [[AdaptationalHeroism inversion]]: he is revealed as TheMole and is [[spoiler: BJ's killer]] in the manga, whereas he stays firmly on the side of good in the anime.
23rd Dec '16 2:29:35 AM ACW
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* Bandou was a victim of this in ''ElfenLied'': He was more a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in the manga. He was humanized through his relationship with Mayu and Nana. Mayu brings him food on the beach, and they are shown eating together. He saves Mayu from being raped by [[CompleteMonster The Unknown Man]]. Then he sees Nana has been injured by one of the Unknown Man's spike balls. Since she is a Diclonius, he knows it would be troublesome for her to go to a hospital, so he treats her wound instead. He also [[HeroicSacrifice risks his life]] to save Mayu from Lucy, giving up his chance for revenge against Lucy. In the anime,his part is drastically shortened, and any sympathetic or good moments were omitted, while adding in filler to make him seem more cruel.

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* Bandou was a victim of this in ''ElfenLied'': He was more a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in the manga. He was humanized through his relationship with Mayu and Nana. Mayu brings him food on the beach, and they are shown eating together. He saves Mayu from being raped by [[CompleteMonster The Unknown Man]].Man. Then he sees Nana has been injured by one of the Unknown Man's spike balls. Since she is a Diclonius, he knows it would be troublesome for her to go to a hospital, so he treats her wound instead. He also [[HeroicSacrifice risks his life]] to save Mayu from Lucy, giving up his chance for revenge against Lucy. In the anime,his part is drastically shortened, and any sympathetic or good moments were omitted, while adding in filler to make him seem more cruel.
21st Dec '16 3:52:35 PM SilverFang
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* Bandou was a victim of this in ''ElfenLied'': He was more a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in the manga. He was humanized through his relationship with Mayu and Nana. Mayu brings him food on the beach, and they are shown eating together. He saves Mayu from being raped by [[CompleteMonster The Unknown Man]]. Then he sees Nana has been injured by one of the Unknown Man's spike balls. Since she is a Diclonius, he knows it would be troublesome for her to go to a hospital, so he treats her wound instead. He also [[HeroicSacrifice risks his life]] to save Mayu from Lucy, giving up his chance for revenge against Lucy. In the anime,his part is drastically shortened, and any sympathetic or good moments were omitted, while adding in filler to make him seem more cruel.
21st Dec '16 3:04:02 PM SilverFang
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* [[ChivalrousPervert Cross Marian]] of ''Manga/DGrayMan''. His treatment of Allen. Filler episode 27 of the anime has Cross asking Allen to bring him lions, selling him into slave labor, and at one point, cornering him in an alley to take his money. The scene reminiscent of a pimp and prostitute, including Allen asking how long he's going to be forced to make money for Cross. Also, the latter scene happened while Cross was living in a palace with a Maharajah's widow. Thus, he wasn't in dire need of money at that point. Manga-wise, Allen said he gambled if they really needed money. None of the aforementioned scenes happened, or were hinted.

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* [[ChivalrousPervert Cross Marian]] of ''Manga/DGrayMan''. In the manga, he was a victim of JerkassFacade at best, or a JerkWithAHeartOfGold at worst. But the anime made him into a complete JerkAss. His treatment of Allen. Filler episode 27 of the anime has Cross asking Allen to bring him lions, kicking Allen in the direction of thugs chasing them, and leaving him to be beaten up, just so he ccould get away, selling him Allen into slave labor, and at one point, cornering him in an alley to take his money. The scene reminiscent of a pimp and prostitute, including Allen asking how long he's going to be forced to make money for Cross. Also, the latter scene happened while Cross was living in a palace with a Maharajah's widow. Thus, he wasn't in dire need of money at that point. Manga-wise, Allen said he gambled if they really needed money. None of the aforementioned scenes happened, or were hinted.
21st Dec '16 2:38:23 PM SilverFang
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** The filler episode 27, has Allen stating that because of Cross, he thought all generals were sociopaths and cruel. This is a callback from the filler episode 25, where Allen hears good things about General Yeegar, and gets defensive at said comrade's praise. He apologizes, and admits that he's not familiar with a general being nice, while having flashbacks to Cross.

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** The filler Another product of episode 27, 27 has Allen stating that because of Cross, he thought all generals were sociopaths and cruel. This is a callback from the filler episode 25, where Allen hears good things about General Yeegar, and gets defensive at said comrade's praise. He apologizes, and admits that he's not familiar with a general being nice, while having flashbacks to Cross.



** IN Hallow, a 1 cour anime, there are many cases of Cross' facial expressions being changed. In the manga, where he was shown a sympathetic or worried, expression, it was usually replaced with smirks or scowls in the anime.

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** IN In Hallow, a 1 cour anime, there are many cases of Cross' facial expressions being changed. In the manga, where he was shown with a sympathetic or worried, worried expression, it was usually replaced with smirks a smirk or scowls scowl in the anime.
21st Dec '16 2:27:57 PM SilverFang
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* [[ChivalrousPervert Cross Marian]] of ''Manga/DGrayMan'', who was more a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in the manga. The anime seemed to lean on making him a complete JerkAss. His treatment of Allen. The anime has Cross asking Allen to bring him lions, selling him into slave labor, and at one point, pinning him to a wall to take his money. The scene reminiscent of a pimp and prostitute, including Allen asking Cross how long he's going to be forced to make money for him. Also, the latter scene happened while Cross was living in a palace with a Maharajah's widow. Thus, he wasn't in dire need of money at that point. Manga-wise, Allen said he gambled if they really needed money. None of the aforementioned scenes happened, or were hinted.

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* [[ChivalrousPervert Cross Marian]] of ''Manga/DGrayMan'', who was more a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in the manga. The anime seemed to lean on making him a complete JerkAss.''Manga/DGrayMan''. His treatment of Allen. The Filler episode 27 of the anime has Cross asking Allen to bring him lions, selling him into slave labor, and at one point, pinning cornering him to a wall in an alley to take his money. The scene reminiscent of a pimp and prostitute, including Allen asking Cross how long he's going to be forced to make money for him.Cross. Also, the latter scene happened while Cross was living in a palace with a Maharajah's widow. Thus, he wasn't in dire need of money at that point. Manga-wise, Allen said he gambled if they really needed money. None of the aforementioned scenes happened, or were hinted.
** Also, in episode 27, Cross is said to have taken money from a woman when her boyfriend came after him. He is shown being a lover to a rich widow, and Allen states Cross has a thing for rich women. In the character fanbook, written by Hoshino Katsura, Cross is stated as liking "good" women.
** The filler episode 27, has Allen stating that because of Cross, he thought all generals were sociopaths and cruel. This is a callback from the filler episode 25, where Allen hears good things about General Yeegar, and gets defensive at said comrade's praise. He apologizes, and admits that he's not familiar with a general being nice, while having flashbacks to Cross.



** Then also, in episode 27, Cross is said to have taken money from a woman when her boyfriend came after him. He is shown being a lover to a rich widow, and Allen states Cross has a thing for rich women. In the character fanbook, written by Hoshino Katsura, Cross is stated as liking "good" women. So the anime makes Cross look like a gold-digger, who specifically looks to take / use women's money.

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** Then also, in episode 27, In the manga, Cross is said to have taken money from boarding a woman when her boyfriend came after him. He is shown being train with a lover to a rich widow, and Allen states Cross has a thing for rich women. suitcase while speaking with the food vendor in Krory's town. In the character fanbook, written by Hoshino Katsura, anime, he isn't carrying any luggage with him, and he's shown passing the vendor's cart, and stealing food of of it.
** IN Hallow, a 1 cour anime, there are many cases of Cross' facial expressions being changed. In the manga, where he was shown a sympathetic or worried, expression, it was usually replaced with smirks or scowls in the anime.
** There was also cases of scenes and lines being cut, due to pacing. In the manga,
Cross hugs Allen, saying he wishes Nea had chosen another host as his vessel. Then he says he can't laugh at Tiedoll's open affection for his students in longer. He's also shown wondering is stated sacrificing one thing always has to be done to protect something else, which hints he sees it as liking "good" women. So a case of IDidWhatIHadToDo. In the anime makes anime, Cross look like a gold-digger, who specifically looks just tells Allen he's going to take / use women's money. kill someone he loves when he becomes the 14th. Hie 2 lines about Tiedoll and DirtyBusiness are complete skipped over.
20th Dec '16 3:05:08 PM Blazer
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* In ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'', Princess Ayeka is a quite haughty figure who ends up coming back down to Earth as she spends time with Tenchi and while there's a rivalry with the space pirate Ryoko, the two do have something of a friendly relationship as time goes on. While ''Anime/TenchiUniverse'' and ''Anime/TenchiInTokyo'' tends to ramp up these aspects, ''Anime/PrettySammy'' ends up turning her into an AlphaBitch flanked by her own entourage and willing to hunt down Ryoko just because she's with Tenchi. It gets worse in ''Magical Project S'' as Ayeka is recast as a third goddess who was removed from the election to become protector of Earth and she seeks to destroy Earth because of it.
15th Dec '16 6:11:31 PM Loekman3
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** In the anime, Zamasu wants to murder his master Gowasu, steal Goku's body before killing him and his family, then travel to Future Trunks timeline to kill all the gods and mortals [[EvilIsPetty all because Goku defeated him in a sparring match]]. His reasons to do this is even more petty in the manga; He watched the match between Goku and Hit and becomes enraged that a mortal Saiyan like him managed to attain so much power.
15th Dec '16 5:05:12 PM comicwriter
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* In the original ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' game, King was a reluctant antagonist who switched sides and helped Ryo and Robert rescue Yuri after being defeated, with her later appearances firmly establishing her as one of the good guys. In the anime film, she's an unambiguous villain and is the one who kidnaps Yuri in the first place.

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* In the original ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' game, King was a reluctant antagonist who switched sides and helped Ryo and Robert rescue Yuri after being defeated, with her later appearances firmly establishing her as one of the good guys. In the anime film, she's an unambiguous villain and is the one who kidnaps Yuri in the first place.
15th Dec '16 5:03:27 PM comicwriter
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* In the original ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' game, King was a reluctant antagonist who switched sides and helped Ryo and Robert rescue Yuri after being defeated, with her later appearances firmly establishing her as one of the good guys. In the anime film, she's an unambiguous villain and is the one who kidnaps Yuri in the first place.
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