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2nd May '16 10:44:01 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''Stupid F---ing Bird'', a modern take on ''Theatre/TheSeagull'', Mash(a)'s parents and Sor(i)n's estate workers were deleted, while Sorin and Dr. Dorn were [[CompositeCharacter composited]] into Dr. Sorn.
30th Apr '16 9:48:51 PM comicwriter
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* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in most adaptations. T'Chaka was killed by Herr Kleiser in ''WesternAnimation/UltimateAvengers 2'', Moses Magnum in ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'', M'Baku the Man-Ape in ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (albeit in this last case, Klaw appears in the series and his hidden help is what allows M'Baku to kill T'Chaka) and [[spoiler: Helmut Zemo]] in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. Like ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', ''Civil War'' is another weird example because Klaw ''does'' exist in the [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]], [[spoiler: just not as T'Chaka's murderer]].

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* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in most adaptations.almost every adaptation. T'Chaka was killed by Herr Kleiser in ''WesternAnimation/UltimateAvengers 2'', Moses Magnum in ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'', M'Baku the Man-Ape in ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (albeit in this last case, Klaw appears in the series and his hidden help is what allows M'Baku to kill T'Chaka) and [[spoiler: Helmut Zemo]] in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. Like ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', ''Civil War'' is another weird example because Klaw ''does'' exist in the [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]], [[spoiler: just not as T'Chaka's murderer]].
30th Apr '16 9:47:37 PM comicwriter
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* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in most adaptations. T'Chaka was killed by Herr Kleiser in ''WesternAnimation/UltimateAvengers 2'', Moses Magnum in ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' and M'Baku the Man-Ape in ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (albeit in this last case, Klaw appears in the series and his hidden help is what allows M'Baku to kill T'Chaka). In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[spoiler: he's killed by Baron Zemo]]. Like ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', this is another weird example because Klaw ''does'' exist in the [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]], [[spoiler: just not as T'Chaka's murderer]].

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* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in most adaptations. T'Chaka was killed by Herr Kleiser in ''WesternAnimation/UltimateAvengers 2'', Moses Magnum in ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' and ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'', M'Baku the Man-Ape in ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (albeit in this last case, Klaw appears in the series and his hidden help is what allows M'Baku to kill T'Chaka). In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', T'Chaka) and [[spoiler: he's killed by Baron Zemo]]. Helmut Zemo]] in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. Like ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', this ''Civil War'' is another weird example because Klaw ''does'' exist in the [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]], [[spoiler: just not as T'Chaka's murderer]].
30th Apr '16 2:51:54 PM comicwriter
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* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in most adaptations. T'Chaka was killed by Herr Kleiser in ''WesternAnimation/UltimateAvengers 2'', Moses Magnum in ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' and M'Baku the Man-Ape in ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (albeit in this last case, Klaw appears in the series and his hidden help is what allows M'Baku to kill T'Chaka).

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* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in most adaptations. T'Chaka was killed by Herr Kleiser in ''WesternAnimation/UltimateAvengers 2'', Moses Magnum in ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' and M'Baku the Man-Ape in ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (albeit in this last case, Klaw appears in the series and his hidden help is what allows M'Baku to kill T'Chaka). In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[spoiler: he's killed by Baron Zemo]]. Like ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', this is another weird example because Klaw ''does'' exist in the [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]], [[spoiler: just not as T'Chaka's murderer]].
24th Apr '16 5:58:55 AM triassicranger
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** The BBC's 2012 audio adaptation of ''Through the Looking-Glass'' omits Lily. So when Alice asks why she is being assigned the role of White Pawn, the Red Queen tells her to shut up.

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** The BBC's 2012 audio adaptation of ''Through the Looking-Glass'' omits Lily. So when Alice asks why she is being assigned the role of White Pawn, the Red Queen tells her to shut up.keep quiet.



* The ''Literature/RedDwarf'' novel ''Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers'' replaces Captain Hollister with a female captain named "Kirk".

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* The ''Literature/RedDwarf'' novel ''Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers'' replaces Captain Hollister with a female captain named "Kirk"."Kirk" (the name being a ShoutOut to the Captain from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'').



** ''Series/KyukyuSentaiGoGoV'' had a small robotic assistant called Mint, while ''Series/PowerRangersLightspeedRescue'' did not have any robotic assistant whatsoever.

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** ''Series/KyukyuSentaiGoGoV'' had a small robotic assistant called Mint, while ''Series/PowerRangersLightspeedRescue'' did not have any robotic assistant whatsoever.whatsoever (although Mint can be seen in episodes of ''Lightspeed Rescue'' in the Lightspeed Aquabase standing around doing nothing).


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** Basco, a recurring villain from ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' was completely omitted from ''[[Series/PowerRangersMegaforce Power Rangers Super Megaforce]]''.
20th Apr '16 6:34:32 PM skybox
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** In the original novels, Glinda was the Good Witch of the South, and the Good Witch of the North Dorothy met when she first arrived in Oz was a different character. The film version [[CompositeCharacter combined the two into a single character]]... Named Glinda. Due to AdaptationDisplacement, most subsequent adaptations have also had Glinda as the only Good Witch.

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** In the original novels, Glinda was the Good Witch of the South, and the Good Witch of the North Dorothy met when she first arrived in Oz was a different character. The film version [[CompositeCharacter combined the two into a single character]]... Named Glinda. (This led to the infamous PlotHole of Glinda giving the ruby slippers to Dorothy in the beginning of the movie but not telling her that she could use them to get home until the end of the movie.) Due to AdaptationDisplacement, most subsequent adaptations have also had Glinda as the only Good Witch.
20th Apr '16 5:28:57 AM aye_amber
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* Nurse Christine Chapel, one of the main characters from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' (and one of only two female leads), is TheUnseen in ''Film/StarTrek2009'' ([=McCoy=] does name-check her but she is not actually seen on-screen), presumably so Uhura can benefit more from TheSmurfettePrinciple. Chapel's absence is {{Handwaved}} in ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', but even though this confirmed that at least she still exists and is alive in-universe, it didn't go over too well with fans.

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* Nurse Christine Chapel, one of the main characters from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' (and one of only two female leads), is TheUnseen in ''Film/StarTrek2009'' ''Film/StarTrek'' ([=McCoy=] does name-check her but she is not actually seen on-screen), presumably so Uhura can benefit more from TheSmurfettePrinciple. Chapel's absence is {{Handwaved}} in ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', but even though this confirmed that at least she still exists and is alive in-universe, it didn't go over too well with fans.
11th Apr '16 3:43:56 AM Anicomicgeek
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** Eddie Brock. While Comicbook/{{Venom}} does appear as a recurring villain (and then a recurring hero starting in Season 3), Eddie Brock, his most famous and longest-lasting host, does not.

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** Eddie Brock. While Comicbook/{{Venom}} does appear as a recurring villain (and then a recurring hero starting in Season 3), Eddie Brock, his most famous and longest-lasting host, does not. [[spoiler: Not even as Anti-Venom, as Harry replaced Eddie was the first Venom and Anti-Venom.]]
8th Apr '16 5:29:44 PM Anicomicgeek
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* Tim Drake, Onyx, and all mentions of [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]] are cut from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood''. This was likely due to [[ContinuityLockOut the characters and references not being familiar with anyone but existing comic book readers]].

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* Tim Drake, Onyx, and all mentions of [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]] are cut from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood''. This was likely due to [[ContinuityLockOut the characters and references not being familiar with anyone but existing comic book readers]]. Additionally, in making it a stand-alone feature, the original story's ties to ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' were omitted, including Deathstroke and Captain Nazi. The cause of [[spoiler: Jason's resurrection]] is likewise changed from Superboy-Prime to the more-familiar to Batlore ComicBook/RasAlGhul and the Lazarus Pit and Gotham's police commissioner at the time, Michael Akins is replaced with the more traditional James Gordon.



* In adapting "Under the Hood" into ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood'' as a stand-alone feature, many characters who were connected to the original story's ties to ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' were omitted, including Deathstroke and Captain Nazi. The cause of [[spoiler: Jason's resurrection]] is likewise changed from Superboy-Prime to the more-familiar to Batlore ComicBook/RasAlGhul and the Lazarus Pit and Gotham's police commissioner at the time, Michael Akins is replaced with the more traditional James Gordon. Regarding the Batfamily themselves, only Batman, Nightwing, Alfred, and [[spoiler: Jason]] appear.
8th Apr '16 5:11:55 PM Anicomicgeek
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* In the {{DC Universe Animated Original Movies}} world that includes ''WesternAnimation/SonOfBatman'' and its sequels, Jason and Tim are never mentioned. WordOfGod confirms that in this universe the "Robin" title passed from Dick directly to Damian.

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* In the {{DC Universe WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies Animated Original Movies}} world that includes New 52:
** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'', adapted from the first arc of the ComicBook/{{New 52}}, ''Justice League: Origins'', replaced ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} with ComicBook/{{Shazam}}. Its sequel, ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueThroneOfAtlantis'' would see Aquaman join the League.
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''WesternAnimation/SonOfBatman'' and its sequels, Jason and Tim are never mentioned. WordOfGod confirms that in this universe the "Robin" title passed from Dick directly to Damian.



* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'', adapted from the first arc of the ComicBook/{{New 52}}, ''Justice League: Origins'', replaced ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} with ComicBook/{{Shazam}}. Its sequel, ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueThroneOfAtlantis'' would see Aquaman join the League.
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