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24th Feb '17 6:49:18 PM ErichoTOME
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* Porgyon's evolutions never appeared in the anime, due to it being involved with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot the infamous episode that caused seizures]] even though it was actually [[CommonKnowledge Pikachu's fault in the scene.]]


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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground'' had relatively few main characters from the games [[InNameOnly at all]], with only Sonic, Robotnik, and a few appearances by Knuckles.
8th Feb '17 5:50:42 PM comicwriter
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* The '67 ''[[WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1967 Fantastic Four]]'' cartoon completely omits Alicia Masters, despite doing adaptations of episodes she appeared in.
8th Feb '17 5:25:16 PM comicwriter
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** The vast majority of the characters featured in the ''Comicbook/CivilWar'' comic don't appear in the [[Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar movie adaptation]], since the MCU has far fewer superheroes to pick from.



* Every live-action depiction of the ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'' omits Rick Jones, despite that character being an intrinsic element to his backstory and setting Bruce Banner up as a heroic figure willing to risk his life to save another. Interestingly, Creator/AngLee's film used a character for the same general purpose, but didn't go all the way and actually name him Jones. And until ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', the real creator of the Hulk, commie spy Igor Drenkov - who Banner told to stop the countdown but didn't - doesn't appear in adaptations with the exception of ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperheroes'', a MotionComic which used the original comic book panels.

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* Every live-action depiction of the ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'' omits Rick Jones, despite that character being an intrinsic element to his backstory and setting Bruce Banner up as a heroic figure willing to risk his life to save another. Interestingly, Creator/AngLee's film used a character for the same general purpose, but didn't go all the way and actually name him Jones. And until ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', the real creator of the Hulk, commie spy Igor Drenkov - who Banner told to stop the countdown but didn't - doesn't didn't appear in adaptations with the exception of ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperheroes'', a MotionComic which used the original comic book panels.



** Magneto had an infant daughter named Anya, whose death was a major contributing factor to his fall from grace. Another important factor was that while working for the C.I.A. as a Nazi hunter in South America, he captured a Nazi war criminal the C.I.A. wanted to use for its own ends and brought him to justice; to punish him the C.I.A. killed Isabelle, Magneto's personal physician and LoveInterest. Neither Anya nor Isabelle, nor Anya's mother, Magda, appear in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', which instead presents a missile attack from the U.S. and Soviet navies as the final reason Magneto turns to villainy. However, Magda in the comics is also the mother of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, and since Quicksilver appears in ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' with his family, it appears that Magda has some sort of counterpart in the movie universe and now one may speculate if Anya also existed there. The war criminal, however, is rights issues, as it was ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} member Baron Strucker, and his rights are with Marvel Studios.

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** Magneto had an infant daughter named Anya, whose death was a major contributing factor to his fall from grace. Another important factor was that while working for the C.I.A. as a Nazi hunter in South America, he captured a Nazi war criminal the C.I.A. wanted to use for its own ends and brought him to justice; to punish him the C.I.A. killed Isabelle, Magneto's personal physician and LoveInterest. Neither Anya nor Isabelle, nor Anya's mother, Magda, appear in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', which instead presents a missile attack from the U.S. and Soviet navies as the final reason Magneto turns to villainy. However, Magda in the comics is also the mother of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, and since Quicksilver appears in ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' with his family, it appears that Magda has some sort of counterpart in the movie universe and now one may speculate if Anya also existed there. The war criminal, however, is rights issues, as it was ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} member Baron Strucker, and his rights are with Marvel Studios. Strangely, Magda and Anya (renamed "Nina") do finally appear in ''Film/XMenApocalypse'', but only decades ''after'' Magneto's villainous origin story.



* The adaptation of ''Comicbook/DaysOfFuturePast'' from the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series completely omitted Kitty Pryde. Her pivotal role in the plot was instead given to Bishop, likely due to his popularity in the comics at the time. In fact, Kitty Pryde was the only major member of the X-Men to never make any sort of appearance in the 90's cartoon. In episodes loosely based off stories she appeared in back in the original comics, her role would usually be given to Jubilee.

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* The adaptation of ''Comicbook/DaysOfFuturePast'' from the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series completely omitted Kitty Pryde. Her pivotal role in the plot was instead given to Bishop, likely due to his popularity in the comics at the time. In fact, Kitty Pryde was the only major member of the X-Men to never make any sort of appearance in the 90's cartoon. In episodes loosely based off stories she appeared in back in the original comics, her role would usually be given to Jubilee.Comicbook/{{Jubilee}}.



* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in 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 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 [[Franchise/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 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 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 [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]], [[spoiler: just not as T'Chaka's murderer]]).murderer]].
8th Feb '17 3:47:07 PM comicwriter
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*** Ghost replaces Spymaster as the one who steal's Tony's armor designs.

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*** Ghost replaces Spymaster as the one who steal's steals Tony's armor designs.
8th Feb '17 3:30:24 PM comicwriter
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* Gwen Stacy does not appear at all in the original 60's ''WesternAnimation/{{Spider Man|1967}}'' cartoon. In fact, in what was likely a case of CompositeCharacter, her father George was made into Mary Jane's uncle.

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* Gwen Stacy does not appear at all in the original 60's ''WesternAnimation/{{Spider Man|1967}}'' cartoon. In fact, in what was likely a case of a CompositeCharacter, her father George was made into Mary Jane's uncle.
8th Feb '17 3:29:28 PM comicwriter
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* Gwen Stacy does not appear at all in the original 60's ''WesternAnimation/{{Spider Man|1967}}'' cartoon. In fact, in what was likely a case of CompositeCharacter, her father George was made into Mary Jane's uncle.



* ComicBook/BlackPanther's father, King T'Chaka, was killed by Klaw in the original comics, but the identity of his murderer is changed in 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 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'' (and ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', ''Civil War'' is another weird example because Klaw ''does'' exist in the [[Franchise/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 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 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'' (and ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. Like ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', ''Civil War'' is another weird example because Klaw ''does'' exist in the [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]], [[spoiler: just not as T'Chaka's murderer]]).
6th Feb '17 8:43:01 PM NineballCirno
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** Magneto had an infant daughter named Anya, whose death was a major contributing factor to his fall from grace. Another important factor was that while working for the C.I.A. as a Nazi hunter in South America, he captured a Nazi war criminal the C.I.A. wanted to use for its own ends and brought him to justice; to punish him the C.I.A. killed Isabelle, Magneto's personal physician and LoveInterest. Neither Anya nor Isabelle, nor Anya's mother, Magda, appear in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', which instead presents a missile attack from the U.S. and Soviet navies as the final reason Magneto turns to villainy. However, Magda in the comics is also the mother of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, and since Quicksilver appears in ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' with his family, it appears that Magda has some sort of counterpart in the movie universe and now one may speculate if Anya also existed there. The war criminal, however, is rights issues, as it was ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} member Baron Strucker, and his rights are with Creator/MarvelStudois.

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** Magneto had an infant daughter named Anya, whose death was a major contributing factor to his fall from grace. Another important factor was that while working for the C.I.A. as a Nazi hunter in South America, he captured a Nazi war criminal the C.I.A. wanted to use for its own ends and brought him to justice; to punish him the C.I.A. killed Isabelle, Magneto's personal physician and LoveInterest. Neither Anya nor Isabelle, nor Anya's mother, Magda, appear in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', which instead presents a missile attack from the U.S. and Soviet navies as the final reason Magneto turns to villainy. However, Magda in the comics is also the mother of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, and since Quicksilver appears in ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' with his family, it appears that Magda has some sort of counterpart in the movie universe and now one may speculate if Anya also existed there. The war criminal, however, is rights issues, as it was ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} member Baron Strucker, and his rights are with Creator/MarvelStudois.Marvel Studios.
31st Jan '17 9:56:30 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Toy Story}}: The Musical''
** Certain toys were adapted out from the theater version. Hannah, Sid's sister, is also not present in the theater version.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Toy Story}}: The Musical''
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Musical'': Certain toys were adapted out from the theater version. Hannah, Sid's sister, is also not present in the theater version.


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** Princess Skyla is a plush toy of a baby alicorn from G4. Many thought that she would be introduced as Shining Armor's and Cadence's daughter, however when they did eventually have a child their daughter turned out not to be Skyla. The fact Skyla is a both an alicorn (a foal at that) and a princess makes her exclusion all the more noticeable. It's even mentioned in-series that Flurry Heart was the first alicorn ever born, thus meaning Skyla doesn't exist in the cartoon canon.
30th Jan '17 12:42:44 PM e-mlodik
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is even more "loosely based" on its source, ''Literature/TheSnowQueen'', than other Disney films. While Gerda, Kai, and the Snow Queen have counterparts in Anna, Kristoff, and Elsa, the Robber Girl and the mirror are missing. WordOfGod is that [[spoilers:Hans]] works as a counterpart to the mirror while Kristoff has [[CompositeCharacter elements]] of both Kai and the Robber Girl.

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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is even more "loosely based" on its source, ''Literature/TheSnowQueen'', than other Disney films. While Gerda, Kai, and the Snow Queen have counterparts in Anna, Kristoff, and Elsa, the Robber Girl and the mirror are missing. WordOfGod is that [[spoilers:Hans]] [spoilers:Hans] works as a counterpart to the mirror while Kristoff has [[CompositeCharacter elements]] of both Kai and the Robber Girl.
27th Jan '17 3:33:51 PM MyFinalEdits
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** Because Creator/ScottGlenn refused to return for the film adaptation of ''Literature/{{Hannibal}}'' ([[EnforcedMethodActing and given what he went through]], who can blame him?[[note]]Glenn consulted with John Douglas, whom Crawford was based on, as part of research. Douglas, in a ''very'' dick move, played him tapes of a young teenager being tortured by serial killers Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris, which traumaized Glenn[[/note]]), the character of Jack Crawford was written out. A deleted scene reveals a combination of [[spoiler: type 2]] of DeathByAdaptation and KilledOffscreen and that he died between movie.

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** * Because Creator/ScottGlenn refused to return for the film adaptation of ''Literature/{{Hannibal}}'' ([[EnforcedMethodActing and given what he went through]], who can blame him?[[note]]Glenn consulted with John Douglas, whom Crawford was based on, as part of research. Douglas, in a ''very'' dick move, played him tapes of a young teenager being tortured by serial killers Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris, which traumaized Glenn[[/note]]), the character of Jack Crawford was written out. A deleted scene reveals a combination of [[spoiler: type 2]] of DeathByAdaptation and KilledOffscreen and that he died between movie.



** Neither Deathryuger, the evil ranger of ''Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger'', nor his good variation, Kyoryu Navy, were adapted into ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge''. Ironically, his demorphed form, Ferocious Knight D, ''was adapted'' as the monster Badussa, along with his zord, Tobispino/Spinozord.
*** While the OneWingedAngel form of ''Kyoryuger's'' BigBad, Deboth, was adapted into Greenzilla, his [[FinalBoss true form]] was not.

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** Neither Deathryuger, the evil ranger of ''Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger'', nor his good variation, Kyoryu Navy, were adapted into ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge''. Ironically, his demorphed form, Ferocious Knight D, ''was adapted'' as the monster Badussa, along with his zord, Tobispino/Spinozord.
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Tobispino/Spinozord. And while the OneWingedAngel form of ''Kyoryuger's'' the BigBad, Deboth, was adapted into Greenzilla, his [[FinalBoss true form]] was not.



* ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' removed Blue and Cody from the ''ComicStrip/USAcres'' cartoons. Also, in a rather odd example, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGLVl5WEf5g one]] ''U.S. Acres'' quickie was an adaptation of [[http://www.garfield.com/usacres/vault.html?yr=2010&addr=100803 this]] comic, but it removed Sheldon.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'':
** The series
removed Blue and Cody from the ''ComicStrip/USAcres'' cartoons. Also, in a rather odd example, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGLVl5WEf5g one]] ''U.S. Acres'' quickie was an adaptation of [[http://www.garfield.com/usacres/vault.html?yr=2010&addr=100803 this]] comic, but it removed Sheldon.



* Unlike the Dora example above, only a few characters never show up in the Website/{{GoAnimate}} version of ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'', such as Mr. Hinkle, normally in fear of being pinned as a "baby show lover".

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* Unlike the Dora example above, only Only a few characters never show up in the Website/{{GoAnimate}} version of ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'', such as Mr. Hinkle, normally in fear of being pinned as a "baby show lover".
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