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17th Apr '17 11:33:39 AM Assassin-sensei
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* [[http://insideout.pentecostalyouth.org/inspirational/calling-evil-evil/ This Penecostal article]] refers to ''Manga/DeathNote'' as "''The'' Death Note" and claims it contains detailed instructions on how to go into a trance and use your mind to take someone else's life.
16th Apr '17 3:05:46 PM Assassin-sensei
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** [[http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/story?id=2670329&page=1 An ABC News article on shoujo manga]] claims that ''Sailor Moon'' received a film adaptation by Disney in 2000.
5th Apr '17 5:15:35 AM Doug86
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* The front cover to the [[http://www.amazon.com/Escaflowne-Dragons-Destiny-Edited-Version/dp/B00004WJOG first edited VHS]] of ''Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne'' claims the series is "as seen on Cartoon Network's Toonami", and so does the Amazon review - however, the show was actually broadcast on FoxKids.

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* The front cover to the [[http://www.amazon.com/Escaflowne-Dragons-Destiny-Edited-Version/dp/B00004WJOG first edited VHS]] of ''Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne'' claims the series is "as seen on Cartoon Network's Toonami", and so does the Amazon review - however, the show was actually broadcast on FoxKids.Creator/FoxKids.
21st Mar '17 11:04:14 PM SenorCornholio
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** Also, some information guides describe ''Lucario and the Mystery of Mew'' with, "The Pokémon must rescue Pikachu from the clutches of evil Mew."

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** Also, some information guides describe ''Lucario and the Mystery of Mew'' with, "The Pokémon must rescue Pikachu from the clutches of evil Mew."" Mew is portrayed as playful, not malicious, in ''all'' of its appearances including this one, and a later part of the movie has them trying to ''save'' Mew.
2nd Mar '17 8:36:20 AM Mineboot45
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** The ''Trainer's Choice'' segments also had trouble telling which Pokemon was Nuzleaf; one segment featured a picture of Beautyfly, and another featured Sealeo, neither of which look anything like Nuzleaf or are the same type.

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** The ''Trainer's Choice'' segments also had trouble telling which Pokemon was Nuzleaf; one segment featured a picture of Beautyfly, Beautifly, and another featured Sealeo, neither of which look anything like Nuzleaf or are the same type.
2nd Mar '17 8:34:30 AM Mineboot45
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## Mispronouncing "Naruto", despite featuring clips with the correct pronunciation "Nah-Ru-Toe". What's worse is that the person reporting the story was Japanese-American Akiko Fujita.
## Despite avoiding calling it "Sand Ninjas", the reporter says that it is ''about'' Sand Ninjas.
## Suggesting Gaara buries himself in sand, when showing him doing his Armor of Sand Jutsu. The only legitimate "sand burial" techniques are used against enemies and are explicitly intended to be fatal.
## Relying on Website/{{YouTube}} clips to inform themselves about the show.
## Confusing {{Ninja}} with {{Samurai}} is pretty bad too.

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## ** Mispronouncing "Naruto", despite featuring clips with the correct pronunciation "Nah-Ru-Toe". What's worse is that the person reporting the story was Japanese-American Akiko Fujita.
## ** Despite avoiding calling it "Sand Ninjas", the reporter says that it is ''about'' Sand Ninjas.
## ** Suggesting Gaara buries himself in sand, when showing him doing his Armor of Sand Jutsu. The only legitimate "sand burial" techniques are used against enemies and are explicitly intended to be fatal.
## ** Relying on Website/{{YouTube}} clips to inform themselves about the show.
## ** Confusing {{Ninja}} with {{Samurai}} is pretty bad too.
19th Jan '17 11:23:16 AM Willbyr
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** Speaking of ''Franchise/DragonBall'' and pedophilia, there's the case of Lloyd de Mause and "psychohistory". In his attempt to [[SingleIssuePsychology prove that all human history has been cases of child abuse]], he used the phallic humor in ''Dragon Ball'' ("That poor dragon...", Goku's tendency to "check" to make sure people are male or female, etc.) and the underage male nudity to somehow prove that [[WindmillCrusader all Japanese mothers masturbate their sons]]. Okay, [[SarcasmMode that's all fine]], but because of Goku's NobleSavage origins, he referred to Goku as Tarzan throughout!

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** Speaking of ''Franchise/DragonBall'' ''Dragon Ball'' and pedophilia, there's the case of Lloyd de Mause and "psychohistory". In his attempt to [[SingleIssuePsychology prove that all human history has been cases of child abuse]], he used the phallic humor in ''Dragon Ball'' ("That poor dragon...", Goku's tendency to "check" to make sure people are male or female, etc.) and the underage male nudity to somehow prove that [[WindmillCrusader all Japanese mothers masturbate their sons]]. Okay, [[SarcasmMode that's all fine]], but because of Goku's NobleSavage origins, he referred to Goku as Tarzan throughout!



* Before the anime came statside, there was a Nintendo Power article about some of the Japanese DragonBall games... It referred to the series as "Dragon Ballz". [[https://68.media.tumblr.com/08b5e6966959e37cd5bc9c0abc98cbb2/tumblr_inline_ogt9kuvdUl1ry74zn_540.png See here.]]

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* Before the anime came statside, there was a Nintendo Power article about some of the Japanese DragonBall ''Dragon Ball'' games... It referred to the series as "Dragon Ballz". [[https://68.media.tumblr.com/08b5e6966959e37cd5bc9c0abc98cbb2/tumblr_inline_ogt9kuvdUl1ry74zn_540.png See here.]]
28th Dec '16 7:42:36 AM GamingFan1997
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* A store in Amazon.com sells ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' ''gashapon'' (small collectible figurines) of some [[PsychicPowers stands]] from Part 3 (Hierophant Green, Silver Chariot and The World to be specific). But what makes them an example of this trope? Their names. Respectively are now Green character, Silver Villain and Johnny Joestar.

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* A store in Amazon.com sells ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' ''gashapon'' (small collectible figurines) of some [[PsychicPowers stands]] from Part 3 (Hierophant Green, Silver Chariot and The World to be specific). But what makes them an example of this trope? Their names. Respectively are now Green character, Silver Villain and [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureSteelBallRun Johnny Joestar.Joestar]].
16th Dec '16 7:01:11 PM Assassin-sensei
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* One bootleg set of ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' is not only missing the main character from the front cover, but has the description for ''Anime/ShadowSkill'' on the back. [[http://i.imgur.com/HmZbkKM.jpg See for yourself]].
8th Dec '16 1:59:42 PM mimitchi33
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** On the subject of [=PriPara=], some people call the show a magical girl series because the girls change appearance when in Parajuku and are surrounded by cute mascots. It's actually an idol anime about girls trying to make their way to the top to gain popularity by forming teams and competing for special dresses.



* One of the episode descriptions for [[Anime/YoKaiWatch Yo-Kai Watch]] with Optimum accidentally used the Japanese names for the characters [[DubNameChange instead of the dub names]]. This was only done for one episode, but some kids watching On Demand may have been confused as to who "Keita" and "Fumi-chan" were.

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* One of the episode descriptions for [[Anime/YoKaiWatch Yo-Kai Watch]] with on Tri-State New York cable provider Optimum accidentally used the Japanese names for the characters [[DubNameChange instead of the dub names]]. This was only done for one episode, but some kids watching On Demand the show on demand may have been confused as to who "Keita" and "Fumi-chan" were.
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