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29th Jul '16 9:06:08 PM jormis29
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* When ''SAnime/onicX'' premiered on CITV in the UK, the presenters repeatedly referred to the main character as, you guessed it, "Sonic X". This was carried on by Fox Kids/Jetix, who also referred to the bad guy as "Dr. Egg" in one promo.

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* When ''SAnime/onicX'' ''Anime/SonicX'' premiered on CITV in the UK, the presenters repeatedly referred to the main character as, you guessed it, "Sonic X". This was carried on by Fox Kids/Jetix, who also referred to the bad guy as "Dr. Egg" in one promo.
29th Jul '16 7:26:19 PM Doug86
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* When ''SonicX'' premiered on CITV in the UK, the presenters repeatedly referred to the main character as, you guessed it, "Sonic X". This was carried on by Fox Kids/Jetix, who also referred to the bad guy as "Dr. Egg" in one promo.

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* When ''SonicX'' ''SAnime/onicX'' premiered on CITV in the UK, the presenters repeatedly referred to the main character as, you guessed it, "Sonic X". This was carried on by Fox Kids/Jetix, who also referred to the bad guy as "Dr. Egg" in one promo.
15th Jul '16 8:23:12 AM Willbyr
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* In a mix of this and CoversAlwaysLie, the ''text at the back of the VHS covers'' of the Finnish release of ''GingaNagareboshiGin'' is infamous for making little to no sense. The back of the first VHS, for example, claims that [[BlatantLies the show takes place in Alaska and the people raise bearhounds to protect themselves from ferocious grizzly bears]].[[note]]The show takes place in Japan, only one character in the main character's home village raises bearhounds and the bears are either brown or Asian black bears, not grizzlies.[[/note]]

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* In a mix of this and CoversAlwaysLie, the ''text at the back of the VHS covers'' of the Finnish release of ''GingaNagareboshiGin'' ''Manga/GingaNagareboshiGin'' is infamous for making little to no sense. The back of the first VHS, for example, claims that [[BlatantLies the show takes place in Alaska and the people raise bearhounds to protect themselves from ferocious grizzly bears]].[[note]]The show takes place in Japan, only one character in the main character's home village raises bearhounds and the bears are either brown or Asian black bears, not grizzlies.[[/note]]
9th Jul '16 12:59:34 PM mimitchi33
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* One page about ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' on the internet claimed that Super Girls' "Mune Kyun Love Song" was used as a theme song for that series. It was actually the fifth ending theme of ''[[VideoGame/PriPara PriPara]]'', which is the main competitor of Aikatsu.
5th Jul '16 6:13:08 AM PrincessTogezo
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** A description for the first ''Advanced Generation'' episode claimed that Ash and Pikachu arrived in the "city of Hoenn". Thing is, Hoenn is a geographical region, not a city; this would be akin to saying "the city of Colorado" or "the city of Scotland".
27th Jun '16 9:03:08 PM Kid
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* A book that listed the main protagonists and antagonists of well-known manga claimed that the main-character of ''Manga/XXXHolic'' was Yuka Ichihara, a fifteen year-old part-timer at the magic shop who despite her age drank a lot of alcohol. Although they got her being a HardDrinkingPartyGirl right, Yuko, is in fact the fully mature owner of the shop.

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* A book that listed the main protagonists and antagonists of well-known manga claimed that the main-character of ''Manga/XXXHolic'' was Yuka Ichihara, a fifteen year-old part-timer at the magic shop who despite her age drank a lot of alcohol. Although they got her being a HardDrinkingPartyGirl right, Yuko, Yuko is in fact the fully mature owner of the shop.
24th Jun '16 6:02:38 PM nombretomado
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* One [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] promo has Sonic the Hedgehog giving a synopsis of ''Anime/DragonBallKai''...and apparently [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFTvabHR-9E Piccolo's a Saiyan.]]

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* One [[FourKidsEntertainment [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] promo has Sonic the Hedgehog giving a synopsis of ''Anime/DragonBallKai''...and apparently [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFTvabHR-9E Piccolo's a Saiyan.]]
2nd Jun '16 10:46:50 AM KiraDoom
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* Overlapping with Western Animation, it's generally assumed that if a show ''looks'' [[{{Animesque}} like an anime]], it must be one. One could probably forgive cases like ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' or ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', but ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'', which has a lot of satire regarding ''America'' and is based on an ''American newspaper comic''... Not so much.
** [[AccidentallyAccurate Then again, all animation is called anime in Japan, so...]]
12th May '16 2:44:26 AM Adept
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** And the other Tokyopop series about "swingers" referenced in that article is obviously ''MarmaladeBoy''.

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** And the other Tokyopop series about "swingers" referenced in that article is obviously ''MarmaladeBoy''.''Manga/MarmaladeBoy''.
22nd Mar '16 3:26:24 PM ferrelas
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* This [[http://www.sacurrent.com/Blogs/archives/2015/08/03/i-popped-my-san-japan-cherry-with-hentai-anime-porn first-hand account]] of someone who's never seen anime before going to a FUNimation panel refers to every single title listed as "hentai" - ecchi titles like ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty'', ''LightNovel/CatPlanetCuties'' and the ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'' anime are almost excusable for the mistake based off their online age restrictions and suggestive cover art/trailers, but ''Anime/{{Free}}'' has a clear PG label online as well as a fairly mild trailer that showcases no more then shirtless boys - how on earth can that be mistaken for hentai?

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* This [[http://www.sacurrent.com/Blogs/archives/2015/08/03/i-popped-my-san-japan-cherry-with-hentai-anime-porn first-hand account]] of someone who's never seen anime before going to a FUNimation panel refers to every single title listed as "hentai" - ecchi titles like ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty'', ''LightNovel/CatPlanetCuties'' and the ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'' anime are almost excusable for the mistake based off their online age restrictions and suggestive cover art/trailers, but ''Anime/{{Free}}'' has a clear PG label online as well as a fairly mild trailer that showcases no more then than shirtless boys - how on earth can that be mistaken for hentai?
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