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3rd Oct '17 7:39:17 PM AmethystThaumaturgist
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* In the ''Manga/{{ReLIFE}}'' manga, males and females wear the same gray sweaters as part of their uniform. The anime adaptation changes the girls' to a pale yellow.
26th Sep '17 9:29:23 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'':
** Al and Hohenheim have dark blond (almost brown) hair in [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist the 2003 anime adaptation]] instead of gold hair. Al's eyes are also brown instead of the gold they are in the manga.

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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'':
''Franchise/FullmetalAlchemist'':
** Al and Hohenheim have dark blond (almost brown) hair in [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist the 2003 anime adaptation]] instead of gold hair. Al's eyes are also brown instead of the gold they are in [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist the manga.manga]].



* Manami and Hatori from ''Manga/{{Life}}'' both have blonde hair, which isn't exactly common for Japanese girls though there are implications that their hair is [[DyeHard dyed.]] The {{Dorama}} gives both of them dark brown hair.

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* Manami and Hatori from ''Manga/{{Life}}'' both have blonde hair, which isn't exactly common for Japanese girls though (though there are implications that their hair is [[DyeHard dyed.]] dyed). The {{Dorama}} gives both of them dark brown hair.



** Barbara has short black hair in ''Series/{{Batman}}'' but wears a red haired wig as Batgirl. Considering she was created for the show, it might be an inversion.

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** Barbara has short black was created for ''Series/{{Batman}}''. She had short, dark brown hair in ''Series/{{Batman}}'' but wears wore a red haired wig as Batgirl. Considering she was created for the show, it might be an inversion.The comics ignored this and made her wig into her actual hair.



** On the opposite end, her mother Hippolyta was brown-haired in the Golden Age, blonde in the Silver Age and the [[Series/WonderWoman 70's TV show]], then dark-haired like her daughter after ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', blonde in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' animated show, black-haired in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', and is now back to blonde in the comics, as well as in the [[WonderWoman2017 2017 film]].

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** On the opposite end, her mother Hippolyta was brown-haired in the Golden Age, blonde in the Silver Age and the [[Series/WonderWoman 70's TV show]], then dark-haired like her daughter after ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', blonde in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' animated show, black-haired in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', and is now back to blonde in the comics, as well as in the [[WonderWoman2017 2017 film]]. [[spoiler:The blonde New 52 Hippolyta was later retconned as being the result of false memories. Diana's mother is dark-haired like her daughter]].



* There was a story progression dye job for Beast Boy of ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'' fame. Back when he was in the ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'', in his original origin story he was shown to have brown hair. After 12 issues he was given blond hair and it's stayed that way. His hair became red in the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''. All of these are origin stories given little screen time compared to the green hair he is more well known for, which the color (whatever it is naturally) always changes to after his Superhero Origin.

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* There was a story progression dye job an EarlyInstallmentCharacterDesignDifference example for Beast Boy of ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'' fame. Back when he was in the ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'', in his original origin story he was shown to have brown hair. After 12 issues he was given blond hair and it's stayed that way. His hair became red in the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''. All of these are origin stories given little screen time compared to the green hair he is more well known for, which the color (whatever it is naturally) always changes to after his Superhero Origin.



** The ''Teen Titans GO!'' version of Starfire has hot pink hair, rather than the usual red hair she sported in the original animated series and DC Nation spin-off shorts.




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* ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} is usually a bright blonde. In ''Series/Supergirl2015'' her hair is so dark that it could pass for light brown.



** Coraline in the graphic novel has parted light brown hair that goes past her shoulders. In most official illustrations of the book Coraline has darker hair in a BobHaircut, though the length varies.

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** Coraline in the graphic novel has parted light brown hair that goes past her shoulders. In most official illustrations of the book Coraline has darker hair in a BobHaircut, bob haircut, though the length varies.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/GarbagePailKidsCartoon'', two of the five main Garbage Pail Kids had different hair colors from how they were depicted on [[Franchise/GarbagePailKids the original trading cards]].

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GarbagePailKidsCartoon'', two of the five main Garbage Pail Kids had different hair colors from how they were depicted on [[Franchise/GarbagePailKids the original trading cards]].cards]]:



** Super Shadow had light yellow (commonly mistaken for silver) fur in ''Sonic Adventure 2'', but bright yellow like Super Sonic's in all further appearances.



* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'':
** Beast Boy has a completely different hair style then he did in ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans''. It resembles his contemporary comic book hair more.
** Blackfire is much paler than in the 2003 cartoon.
** Starfire has hot pink hair rather than the usual red hair she sported in the original animated series and ''DC Nation'' spin-off shorts.



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26th Sep '17 3:46:21 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SpacePOP'', while in the show the girls' hair colors are natural, in the books the girls have different hair colors before dyeing them to match their official art.
20th Sep '17 7:37:31 AM rjd1922
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** Winry's parents both had blond hair in the manga and Brotherhood. In the 2003 anime Winry's mom was a brunette and her dads hair was a darker brown.
** In the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue the ''Brotherhood'' anime shows Roy with a mustache while in the manga he lacked one.

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** Winry's parents both had blond hair in the manga and Brotherhood. ''Brotherhood''. In the 2003 anime anime, Winry's mom was a brunette and her dads hair was a darker brown.
** In the The WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue the ''Brotherhood'' anime shows Roy with a mustache while in the manga he lacked one.



** Edward's hair is golden in the manga and second anime however is blond in the 2003 anime. This is because the reason for his hair being golden doesn't exist in the 2003-verse.
** Winry is a blonde in the manga and both anime adaptations, but a brunette in the 2017 live-action movie.

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** Edward's hair is golden in the manga and second anime however is blond in the 2003 anime. This is because the reason for his hair being golden doesn't exist in the 2003-verse.
** Winry is a blonde in the manga and both anime adaptations, but a brunette in [[Film/FullmetalAlchemist2017 the 2017 live-action movie.movie]].
19th Sep '17 6:45:17 PM rjd1922
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One particularly common adaptation dye job for costumes is that more often than not, in a movie adaptation, everyone now wears black. (This is mainly due to RuleOfCool and the actors wanting to look slimmer.) Conversely, in animated adaptations, colors are often brightened, diversified, or flattened, to make things easier on the character artists and for maximum visual clarity on a small screen.

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One particularly common adaptation dye job for costumes is that more often than not, in a movie adaptation, [[MovieSuperheroesWearBlack everyone now wears black. black]]. (This is mainly due to RuleOfCool and the actors wanting to look slimmer.black just looking good on camera.) Conversely, in animated adaptations, colors are often brightened, diversified, or flattened, to make things easier on the character artists and for maximum visual clarity on a small screen.
10th Sep '17 2:49:26 AM PaulA
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** He described ''Herbert West: Reanimator'' as being blond in the original story, but thanks to Creator/JeffreyCombs's inimitable portrayal in ''Film/ReAnimator'', any work featuring him is bound to have him with brown hair (aside from the bizarre HumongousMecha anime ''VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}}'' in which it was [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair green]]).

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** He described ''Herbert West: Reanimator'' Herbert West as being blond in the original story, ''Literature/HerbertWestReanimator'', but thanks to Creator/JeffreyCombs's inimitable portrayal in ''Film/ReAnimator'', any work featuring him is bound to have him with brown hair (aside from the bizarre HumongousMecha anime ''VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}}'' in which it was [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair green]]).
6th Sep '17 11:42:21 PM thecarolinabull01
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* Franchise/{{Batman}} usually has a lighter shade of hair when he's played by a real actor. He also traditionally has blue eyes, but they were colored brown in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. They were changed back to blue once it was retooled into ''The New Batman Adventures''. Creator/GeorgeClooney also had brown eyes and graying hair.

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* Franchise/{{Batman}} usually has a lighter shade of hair when he's played by a real actor. He also traditionally has blue eyes, but they were colored brown brown/black in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. They were changed back to blue once it was retooled into ''The New Batman Adventures''. Creator/GeorgeClooney also had brown eyes and graying hair.



** While ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} is traditionally depicted as having dark black hair, the extremely blonde Michelle Pfeiffer played her in ''Film/BatmanReturns''. This appearance was originally used for ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' since the series was intended to tie-in with ''Film/BatmanReturns''. However, when the show switched networks and art styles, Catwoman returned to her black hair color and the change was even explained away as a result of a dye job because her original hair product had been derived from animal testing.

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** While ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} is traditionally depicted as having dark black hair, the extremely blonde Michelle Pfeiffer played her in ''Film/BatmanReturns''. This appearance was originally used for ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' since the series was intended to tie-in with ''Film/BatmanReturns''. However, when the show switched networks and art styles, Catwoman returned to her black hair color and the change was even explained away as a result of a dye job because her original hair product had been derived from animal testing. Her hair is returned to black in ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'', but her traditionally green eyes have been changed to blue.


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** Barbara's normally blue eyes are colored brown in ''The Batman''.
6th Sep '17 7:03:14 PM Doug86
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* Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, Comicbook/{{Shazam}}'s FunnyAnimal counterpart, was originally pink-furred, as were other bunny residents of Funny Animalville. When he was introduced to the Bronze Age DCUniverse, he was white. In the PostCrisis DCU he was shown as pinkish-brown on the cover of ''The Power of Shazam'' #29 and white with pink highlights inside. In ''Comicbook/TinyTitans'' and ''DC Superpets'' he's brown and white. And the unpowered, non-anthro Hoppy from Comicbook/TheNew52 ''Comicbook/JusticeLeague'''s ''Shazam'' back-up strip is white again.

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* Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, Comicbook/{{Shazam}}'s FunnyAnimal counterpart, was originally pink-furred, as were other bunny residents of Funny Animalville. When he was introduced to the Bronze Age DCUniverse, Franchise/DCUniverse, he was white. In the PostCrisis DCU he was shown as pinkish-brown on the cover of ''The Power of Shazam'' #29 and white with pink highlights inside. In ''Comicbook/TinyTitans'' and ''DC Superpets'' he's brown and white. And the unpowered, non-anthro Hoppy from Comicbook/TheNew52 ''Comicbook/JusticeLeague'''s ''Shazam'' back-up strip is white again.
30th Aug '17 8:29:24 AM comicwriter
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** In a reverse example, Chase Meridian from ''Film/BatmanForever'' had blond hair in the movie. When she became a CanonImmigrant in the comics years later, she was now depicted as a redhead.
28th Aug '17 10:32:22 AM CosmicFerret
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* Every ''Franchise/MetalGear'' game has depicted Solid Snake with brown hair. However . . .

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* Every ''Franchise/MetalGear'' ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' game has depicted Solid Snake with brown hair. However . . .
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