History EarlyInstallmentWeirdness / AnimeAndManga

8th Apr '17 6:21:44 PM Arcana4th
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** Bakugou had a group of delinquent friends in the first chapter. However, after getting admitted into U.A. Academy, they're never seen again.

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** Bakugou had a group of delinquent friends in the first chapter. However, after getting admitted into U.A. Academy, they're never seen again. He was also considerably more evil, even telling Midoriya to go kill himself, he never goes to this level again later on.
** Iida shows signs of being quite the {{Jerkass}} in his first appearance, in which he shouts with Midoriya and Bakugou for talking during the explanation and later attempts to downplay Midoriya saving Uraraka stating that he would save her as well if he knew they were being judged on that. He then goes on to become an {{Adorkable}} but HotBlooded ClassPresident and doesn't show this kind of behavior again.
** Kirishima disliked Bakugou just like all other characters in his first appearance, despite appearing as Bakugou's OnlyFriend shortly after.
** Izuku showed a few signs of being a CovertPervert and of having a crush on Uraraka, but he never even mentions romance after a while.
2nd Apr '17 9:08:11 PM NegiSpongie
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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''
** The first season made mention of real animals existing alongside Pokemon multiple times: cows, mongooses, chickens, etc. The concept was dropped after Kanto. There was also the occasional mention of real-world locations such as France, England, and most famously, Hollywood, which was the setting of an entire episode devoted to telling Meowth's backstory.
** The episode "Bad To The Bone" has Jessie try to catch Otoshi's Doduo with a Poke Ball despite the fact he already owns it. In later episodes, when a character tries to catch a Pokémon under the ownership of someone else already, the Ball refuses to work, so Jessie should've known she's wasting her time. But the ball was knocked away by Marowak's bone club, so we don't know what would've happened. Interestingly, this is averted in the Japanese CD drama based on [[Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie the first movie]], in which Giovanni steals a defeated trainer's Magmar.
** There was also the Pokédex, who is usually just a computer spouting off information about Pokémon. In the first episode, it seemed to have a personality as a DeadpanSnarker, acting like a dick toward Ash when he found a Rattata going through his bag.
** Ash's ChasteHero status didn't show up much in the Indigo League saga—he himself gets a crush in the episode "School of Hard Knocks", and he understands Butterfree's mating season in "Bye Bye Butterfree". Also when it came time to prepare for the Indigo Plateau, [[TheSlacker Ash looked for every excuse under the sun to avoid training]]. He'd even use Pokémon that he'd never used in a battle before like Krabby and Muk. This is far cry from the more recent seasons, where both he and his Pokémon have a passion for training and coming up with new strategies.
** The seires has the tendency to give Pokémon the abilty to use more than four attacks. Pikachu used more than four attacks in the original series, but never used more than four different attacks in Advance Generation onwards. Whenever he learns a new attack, he seems to forget an older one; his moveset being, Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Iron Tail and Thunder/Volt Tackle/Electro Ball.
13th Mar '17 9:42:13 AM Pichu-kun
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** The first season of the original anime used a really distinct art-style where everyone has chubby faces and whisker-like marks on their faces are commonplace. Afterwards it changed to a more "common" anime artstyle and all other series have used something similar.
22nd Jan '17 8:15:52 AM DemoDemon
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** In a rare inverted case of Early Installment Normalcy, Part 3's Stands had comparatively much more "standard" abilities, such as Magician's Red's [[PlayingWithFire fire manipulation,]] Yellow Temperance's [[BlobMonster all-dissolving shapeshifting goo,]] and Star Platinum's RapidFireFisticuffs. In later Parts the Stand abilities get progressively weirder and weirder. Later Parts have positively surreal Stands like Highway Star (a collection of feet breaking out of a room manifesting inside a tunnel, chasing down the target at 60 km/h, then assembling into a humanoid and sucking out the target's nutrients), Baby Face (a computer that impregnates a woman to gestate a search-and-destroy humanoid creature that can break matter into cubes), or Heavy Weather (''rainbows that turn you into snails'').
2nd Jan '17 10:21:35 AM bowserbros
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** Parts 1 and 2 are short in length compared to future parts. Part 1 went on for 44 chapters in the manga, while Part 2 had 69 chapters. Parts 3-6 went on for little more than ''150'' chapters each, and Part 7 had 95. Anime-wise, Part 1 had only 9 episodes and Part 2 had 17. They were both combined into one season of 26 episodes. Compare that to Part 3's anime adaptation, which was made up of 2 seasons, each consisting of 24 episodes. That's an impressive total of ''48''. Considering the length of Part 3 and its manga to anime transition, fans already have an idea that Parts 4-6 will gain a similar treatment.

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** Parts 1 and 2 are short in length compared to future parts. Part 1 went on for 44 chapters in the manga, while Part 2 had 69 chapters. Parts 3-6 went on for little more than ''150'' chapters each, and Part 7 had 95. Anime-wise, Part 1 had only 9 episodes and Part 2 had 17. They were both combined into one season of 26 episodes. Compare that to Part 3's anime adaptation, which was made up of 2 seasons, each consisting of 24 episodes. That's an impressive total of ''48''. Considering the length of Part Parts 3 & 4 and its their manga to anime transition, transitions, fans already have an idea that Parts 4-6 5-6 will gain a similar treatment.
27th Dec '16 2:39:18 AM Pichu-kun
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** Takao is the only protagonist not to have spiky AnimeHair. He instead wears a baseball hat llike many other late 90s, early 2000s characters. Takao's hair is still on the AnimeHair spectrum but it's not as pronounced as later heroes and mainly points downwards rather than upwards.

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** Takao is the only protagonist not to have spiky AnimeHair. He instead wears a baseball hat llike like many other late 90s, early 2000s characters. Takao's hair is still on the AnimeHair spectrum but it's not as pronounced as later heroes and mainly points downwards rather than upwards.
27th Dec '16 2:38:31 AM Pichu-kun
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* An early chapter of ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' has Hanajima show up to Tohru's sleepover wearing a light-coloured dress. This was before the manga established she only wears black after [[spoiler:nearly killing a classmate with her psychic powers]].



* An early chapter of ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' has Hanajima show up to Tohru's sleepover wearing a light-coloured dress. This was before the manga established she only wears black after [[spoiler:nearly killing a classmate with her psychic powers]].

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* An early chapter of ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' has Hanajima show up to Tohru's sleepover wearing a light-coloured dress. This was before the manga established she only wears black after [[spoiler:nearly killing a classmate with her psychic powers]].
27th Dec '16 2:36:31 AM Pichu-kun
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** In a case of dub-specific related weirdness, the first ''Anime/Beyblade'' series used {{Dub Name Change}}s for everyone. Starting with ''[[Anime/MetalFightBeyblade Beyblade Metal Fusion]]'', the English dubs kept the Japanese names. This was largely due to the practice of dub name changes falling out of fashion with anime by the time of ''Metal Fusion''.

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** In a case of dub-specific related weirdness, the first ''Anime/Beyblade'' ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'' series used {{Dub Name Change}}s for everyone. Starting with ''[[Anime/MetalFightBeyblade Beyblade Metal Fusion]]'', the English dubs kept the Japanese names. This was largely due to the practice of dub name changes falling out of fashion with anime by the time of ''Metal Fusion''.
27th Dec '16 2:36:02 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''Franchise/{{Beyblade}}'':
** In a case of dub-specific related weirdness, the first ''Anime/Beyblade'' series used {{Dub Name Change}}s for everyone. Starting with ''[[Anime/MetalFightBeyblade Beyblade Metal Fusion]]'', the English dubs kept the Japanese names. This was largely due to the practice of dub name changes falling out of fashion with anime by the time of ''Metal Fusion''.
** Takao is the only protagonist not to have spiky AnimeHair. He instead wears a baseball hat llike many other late 90s, early 2000s characters. Takao's hair is still on the AnimeHair spectrum but it's not as pronounced as later heroes and mainly points downwards rather than upwards.
13th Dec '16 3:39:38 PM Arha
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* In the first episode of ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', Mikoto Misaka's design and animation are slightly off from what they'd be later, and when fighting Toma, she appears to call lightning down from the sky. Later on, her electricity powers originate from her body (typically within the vicinity of her head).
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