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25th May '18 6:02:24 PM merotoker
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** ''Future's End'' introduced a future team known as the League of Batgirls. In addition to the aforementioned Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown, the team's third Batgirl was a 12-year old African-American girl named Tiffany Fox.
** In the New 52, Cassandra has never been Batgirl, but becomes the new Orphan (the identity her Caucasian father had) after the original performs a HeroicSacrifice.

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** ''Future's End'' ''Comicbook/TheNew52FuturesEnd'' introduced a future team known as the League of Batgirls. In addition to the aforementioned Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown, the team's third Batgirl was a 12-year old African-American girl named Tiffany Fox.
** In the New 52, ComicBook/New52, Cassandra has never been Batgirl, but becomes the new Orphan (the identity her Caucasian father had) after the original performs a HeroicSacrifice.



* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and ''Justice League Unlimited'' were criticized by some fans for using John Stewart (black) rather than Kyle Rayner (white), the current GL at the time, and the one already established in the Franchise/{{DCAU}}. Other fans were pleased to see John finally get some recognition, though. John's military background in the show was also [[RetCanon carried over]] to the comic, where he was previously an architect.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and ''Justice League Unlimited'' were criticized by some fans for using John Stewart (black) rather than Kyle Rayner (white), the current GL at the time, and the one already established in the Franchise/{{DCAU}}.Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse. Other fans were pleased to see John finally get some recognition, though. John's military background in the show was also [[RetCanon carried over]] to the comic, where he was previously an architect.



** The usual seventh, ComicBook/{{Aquaman}}, was recovering from a [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway laughable]] [[AudienceColoringAdaptation legacy]], so they needed a seventh and decided to [[TheSmurfettePrinciple add a second woman]]. Furthermore, they chose the more Hispanic-seeming (and voiced by Creator/MariaCanalsBarrera) Hawkgirl[[note]]In fact, all Thanagarians that appeared in the Franchise/{{DCAU}} were voiced by Hispanic actors, making them some sort of FantasyCounterpartCulture[[/note]], as opposed to the more traditional, and white, Black Canary or Zatanna. Zatanna, Black Canary and Hawkman were introduced later, and the early introduction of Hawkgirl was used to set up and clear up the [[ContinuitySnarl Hawk-Snarl]].

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** The usual seventh, ComicBook/{{Aquaman}}, was recovering from a [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway laughable]] [[AudienceColoringAdaptation legacy]], so they needed a seventh and decided to [[TheSmurfettePrinciple add a second woman]]. Furthermore, they chose the more Hispanic-seeming (and voiced by Creator/MariaCanalsBarrera) Hawkgirl[[note]]In fact, all Thanagarians that appeared in the Franchise/{{DCAU}} Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse were voiced by Hispanic actors, making them some sort of FantasyCounterpartCulture[[/note]], as opposed to the more traditional, and white, Black Canary or Zatanna. Zatanna, Black Canary and Hawkman were introduced later, and the early introduction of Hawkgirl was used to set up and clear up the [[ContinuitySnarl Hawk-Snarl]].



* Judomaster: Rip Jagger (white male) replaced with Sonia Sato (Asian female).
** There was a previous Asian Judomaster in the 90's. He appeared in one issue and was never seen again.

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* Judomaster: Rip Jagger (white male) replaced with Sonia Sato (Asian female).
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female). There was a previous Asian Judomaster in the 90's. He appeared in one issue and was never seen again.



* ComicBook/{{Starman}}: Ted Knight (white male) replaced by Mikaal Thomas (bisexual blue alien).
** To an extent... Mikaal wasn't bisexual in the seventies stories where he was ''the'' Starman; that was a later {{retcon}} by James Robinson. And while Robinson later wrote Mikaal as a Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}} member, the Starman name belonged to Thom Kallor (straight white male alien) at first, so he was simply referred to as Mikaal. Once Thom left to return to the future, Mikaal began to be referred to as Starman again.

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* ComicBook/{{Starman}}: Ted Knight (white male) replaced by Mikaal Thomas (bisexual blue alien).
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alien). To an extent... Mikaal wasn't bisexual in the seventies stories where he was ''the'' Starman; that was a later {{retcon}} by James Robinson. And while Robinson later wrote Mikaal as a Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}} member, the Starman name belonged to Thom Kallor (straight white male alien) at first, so he was simply referred to as Mikaal. Once Thom left to return to the future, Mikaal began to be referred to as Starman again.



** In ''Comicbook/TheNew52FuturesEnd'', the new Green Arrow is Emiko Queen, Oliver's half-Japanese younger sister.

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** In ''Comicbook/TheNew52FuturesEnd'', ''Future's End'', the new Green Arrow is Emiko Queen, Oliver's half-Japanese younger sister.



* ''Franchise/TheFlash:

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* ''Franchise/TheFlash:Franchise/TheFlash:



* Playing with the trope: ComicBook/MsMarvel started off as a DistaffCounterpart of Captain Marvel but has since surpassed him in terms of screentime and popularity, and he was dead and she was a solo heroine for quite a long time. Basically, she started out as the AlternateCompanyEquivalent to ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and developed into the AlternateCompanyEquivalent of Franchise/WonderWoman. Though in terms of order, she's the ''fifth'' Captain Marvel at least (the one after Phyla was some sort of doppelganger and the other is ambigious).

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* Playing with the trope: ComicBook/MsMarvel started off as a DistaffCounterpart of Captain Marvel but has since surpassed him in terms of screentime and popularity, and he was dead and she was a solo heroine for quite a long time. Basically, she started out as the AlternateCompanyEquivalent to ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and developed into the AlternateCompanyEquivalent of Franchise/WonderWoman. Though in terms of order, she's the ''fifth'' Captain Marvel at least (the one after Phyla was some sort of doppelganger and the other is ambigious).ambiguous).



* ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}:
** Clint Barton had his alias adopted by ComicBook/KateBishop.
** Barton has since returned to his old codename, but it doesn't appear that Bishop will be giving up her use of it anytime soon. As of 2015, the two most recent Hawkeye series have involved them going on adventures together.

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* ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}:
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Clint Barton had his alias of ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} adopted by ComicBook/KateBishop.
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ComicBook/KateBishop. Barton has since returned to his old codename, but it doesn't appear that Bishop will be giving up her use of it anytime soon. As of 2015, the two most recent Hawkeye series have involved them going on adventures together.



* While not intended to replace the original ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} (who remained active), the original's son ComicBook/{{Daken}} operated with the ComicBook/DarkAvengers using the name Wolverine, and is half-Japanese and bisexual.

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* While not intended to replace the original ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} Franchise/{{Wolverine}} (who remained active), the original's son ComicBook/{{Daken}} operated with the ComicBook/DarkAvengers using the name Wolverine, and is half-Japanese and bisexual.



* Amadeus Cho was initially introduced as a new version of the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] hero Mastermind Excello, though he usually goes by his real name.
** Following ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', he became [[ComicBook/TotallyAwesomeHulk the new Hulk]].

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* Amadeus Cho was initially introduced as a new version of the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] hero Mastermind Excello, though he usually goes by his real name.
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name. Following ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', he became [[ComicBook/TotallyAwesomeHulk the new Hulk]].



** In ''ComicBook/BattleOfTheAtom'', the future version of Jubilee (Chinese-American) is now the new ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Also, Billy Kaplan (Wiccan, who as mentioned below is gay and Jewish) is the new [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Sorcerer Supreme]].

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** In ''ComicBook/BattleOfTheAtom'', the future version of Jubilee (Chinese-American) is now the new ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Franchise/{{Wolverine}}. Also, Billy Kaplan (Wiccan, (ComicBook/{{Wiccan}}, who as mentioned below is gay and Jewish) is the new [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Sorcerer Supreme]].



* ComicBook/{{Nova}} Sam Alexander is half-Latino.
** The ''ComicBook/InfinityGauntlet'' revival from ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' introduces Anwen Bakian, a young black girl, as an alternate reality Nova.

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* ComicBook/{{Nova}} Sam Alexander is half-Latino.
** The ''ComicBook/InfinityGauntlet''
half-Latino. ''ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet'' revival from ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' introduces Anwen Bakian, a young black girl, as an alternate reality Nova.



** In a rare ''villain'' example, the new Kingpin is black. Might double as a ShoutOut to Creator/MichaelClarkeDuncan's portrayal in the 2003 ''Film/{{Daredevil}}'' movie.

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** In a rare ''villain'' example, the new Kingpin [[ComicBook/TheKingpin Kingpin]] is black. Might double as a ShoutOut to Creator/MichaelClarkeDuncan's portrayal in the 2003 ''Film/{{Daredevil}}'' movie.



** Early press material for the series showed that Arrowette, one of Green Arrow's sidekicks, was part of the cast. Later the character's name was changed to Artemis Crock, who in the comics was a villain unrelated to Green Arrow. In the series proper, Artemis has her own background, and is half-white and Vietnamese. Her mother Huntress, a former villain, is a Vietnamese woman in the series, as well. Arrowette is shown in the series as a young girl, though. As for her father, well, turns out to be [[spoiler: ''Sportsmaster.'' Here, he's still a sports-themed villain, but also a highly-skilled assassin.]] Artemis also has a sister, revealed [[spoiler: to be Chesire, who much like her comics' counterpart, has a child with Roy Harper. Unlike her comics' counterpart, she geniunely love her daughter and it's implied she's also in love with Roy as well.]]

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** Early press material for the series showed that Arrowette, one of Green Arrow's sidekicks, was part of the cast. Later the character's name was changed to Artemis Crock, who in the comics was a villain unrelated to Green Arrow. In the series proper, Artemis has her own background, and is half-white and Vietnamese. Her mother Huntress, a former villain, is a Vietnamese woman in the series, as well. Arrowette is shown in the series as a young girl, though. As for her father, well, turns out to be [[spoiler: ''Sportsmaster.'' Here, he's still a sports-themed villain, but also a highly-skilled assassin.]] Artemis also has a sister, revealed [[spoiler: to be Chesire, who much like her comics' counterpart, has a child with Roy Harper. Unlike her comics' counterpart, she geniunely love her daughter and it's implied she's also in love with Roy as well.]]well]].



* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' tends to use minority legacy heroes in favor of their predecessors, despite the show being primarily influenced by UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}}. The Jaime Reyes version of Blue Beetle, the Ryan Choi version of the Atom, and the Jason Rusch version of Firestorm are all used in major roles on the show. The only white legacy hero on the show is Dinah Lance, the second ComicBook/BlackCanary (the first being her mother, whom she's named after), the two exceptions being the Vic Sage version of the Question rather than Renee Montoya, and B'wana Beast instead of Freedom Beast.
** ''Brave and the Bold'' is essentially Modern Age comics with a Silver Age flair. Note that the originals sometimes appear as well. For example, two entire {{Flashback}} episodes dealt specifically with Ted Kord (Blue Beetle II).

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' tends to use minority legacy heroes in favor of their predecessors, despite the show being primarily influenced by UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}}. The Jaime Reyes version of Blue Beetle, the Ryan Choi version of the Atom, and the Jason Rusch version of Firestorm are all used in major roles on the show. The only white legacy hero on the show is Dinah Lance, the second ComicBook/BlackCanary (the first being her mother, whom she's named after), the two exceptions being the Vic Sage version of the Question rather than Renee Montoya, and B'wana Beast instead of Freedom Beast.
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Beast. ''Brave and the Bold'' is essentially Modern Age comics with a Silver Age flair. Note that the originals sometimes appear as well. For example, two entire {{Flashback}} episodes dealt specifically with Ted Kord (Blue Beetle II).



* In ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', Peter briefly utilizes the Iron Spider armor and identity before ditching it. The Iron Spider identity reappears in Season 3, where it is taken up by the Korean-American prodigy Amadeus Cho (who's presented as Peter's academic rival).
** Several other Spideys appear, including Miles Morales. Much like his comics counterpart, he became Spider-Man after the death of his universe's Peter Parker. The main Peter Parker is understandably very stunned by this (especially when he sees the gravestone.) He later reassures Miles, since Miles feels burdened that he could've done something sooner to save the other Peter.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', Peter briefly utilizes the Iron Spider armor and identity before ditching it. The Iron Spider identity reappears in Season 3, where it is taken up by the Korean-American prodigy Amadeus Cho (who's presented as Peter's academic rival).
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rival). Several other Spideys appear, including Miles Morales. Much like his comics counterpart, he became Spider-Man after the death of his universe's Peter Parker. The main Peter Parker is understandably very stunned by this (especially when he sees the gravestone.) He later reassures Miles, since Miles feels burdened that he could've done something sooner to save the other Peter.
19th May '18 5:48:48 PM darkemyst
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* The aforementioned Damian Wayne is the new ComicBook/{{Robin}}, a role which has traditionally been filled by white males, though Dick is usually of Romani decent. [[note]]No need to talk about Stephanie "Spoiler/Batgirl" Brown, who was briefly Robin, depending on who is doing the counting.[[/note]] Damian-as-Batman has also featured in a couple of Creator/GrantMorrison future tales - in one story ''he's'' the RetiredBadass "Mr Wayne" who trains [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond Terry McGinnis]].
** In ''Future's End'', the new Robin is a black teenager named Duke Thomas.



* The aforementioned Damian Wayne is the new ComicBook/{{Robin}}, a role which has traditionally been filled by white males. [[note]]No need to talk about Stephanie "Spoiler/Batgirl" Brown, who was briefly Robin, depending on who is doing the counting.[[/note]] Damian-as-Batman has also featured in a couple of Creator/GrantMorrison future tales - in one story ''he's'' the RetiredBadass "Mr Wayne" who trains [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond Terry McGinnis]].
** In ''Future's End'', the new Robin is a black teenager named Duke Thomas.
22nd Apr '18 4:25:34 PM nombretomado
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** During the ComicBook/SecretWars, Reed Richards got to see the man under the armour while repairing it. Jim asked him if he was surprised that the man under the armour was black; Reed just said that he knew that 'there was a man in there', reacting more along the lines of 'what's race got to do with anything?', being as unconcerned about the race of who was in the armor as he's always been about everyone else.

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** During the ComicBook/SecretWars, ComicBook/{{Secret Wars|1984}}, Reed Richards got to see the man under the armour while repairing it. Jim asked him if he was surprised that the man under the armour was black; Reed just said that he knew that 'there was a man in there', reacting more along the lines of 'what's race got to do with anything?', being as unconcerned about the race of who was in the armor as he's always been about everyone else.
11th Apr '18 5:24:19 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* In the mainstream DC Comics continuity, Irey West (who as mentioned above, is half white and half Korean) became the new Impulse. Bart Allen, the original Impulse, was a white male. However, Irey ''is'' the daughter of Wally West, another holder of Franchise/TheFlash mantle.

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* ''Franchise/TheFlash:
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In the mainstream DC Comics continuity, Irey West (who as mentioned above, is half white and half Korean) became the new Impulse. Bart Allen, the original Impulse, was a white male. However, Irey ''is'' the daughter of Wally West, another holder of Franchise/TheFlash mantle.


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** The first Reverse-Flash, is the Caucasian Eobard Thawne. His successor is the formerly disabled Hunter Zolomon.
11th Apr '18 5:20:57 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'' is chock full of this, as it takes place in a future where many ''classic'' white male superheroes are either dead or retired. Lian Harper (who has a white father and Asian mother) has become the new Red Hood (the original was a white male), the new Star Spangled Kid and Stripes are both black, Johnny Thunder's genie has been passed on to a black male, the new Judomaster is an Asian woman, ComicBook/{{Cyborg}} (a black male) has become the new Robotman, and Iris West (who has a white father and Asian mother, though with her blue eyes and light hair, apparently takes after her father) has become the new [[Franchise/TheFlash Kid Flash]].

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* ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'' is chock full of this, as it takes place in a future where many ''classic'' white male superheroes are either dead or retired. Lian Harper (who has a white father and Asian mother) has become the new Red Hood (the original was a white male), the new Star Spangled Kid and Stripes are both black, Johnny Thunder's genie has been passed on to a black male, the new Judomaster is an Asian woman, ComicBook/{{Cyborg}} (a black male) has become the new Robotman, and Iris "Irey" West II (who has a white father and Asian mother, though with her blue eyes and light hair, apparently takes after her father) has become the new [[Franchise/TheFlash Kid Flash]].



* In the mainstream DC Comics continuity, Iris West (who as mentioned above, is half white and half Korean) became the new Impulse. Bart Allen, the original Impulse, was a white male. However, Iris West IS the daughter of Wally West, another holder of Franchise/TheFlash mantle.
** In the ComicBook/{{New 52}} continuity, Wally went back to being a teenager, but was {{Race Lift}}ed to being half African-American. ComicBook/DCRebirth retcons it so that New 52 Wally is actually the cousin of the original Wally, who'd been [[RetGone removed from time]] for a few years before making a return, and sees New 52 Wally take up his cousin's Kid Flash mantle. The ''Future's End'' tie-in to the series has a possible future where New 52 Wally has replaced Barry as the Flash.

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* In the mainstream DC Comics continuity, Iris Irey West (who as mentioned above, is half white and half Korean) became the new Impulse. Bart Allen, the original Impulse, was a white male. However, Iris West IS Irey ''is'' the daughter of Wally West, another holder of Franchise/TheFlash mantle.
** In the ComicBook/{{New 52}} continuity, Wally went back to being a teenager, but was {{Race Lift}}ed to being half African-American. ComicBook/DCRebirth retcons it so that New 52 Wally is actually the cousin of the original Wally, who'd been [[RetGone removed from time]] for a few years before making a return, and sees New 52 Wally take up his cousin's Kid Flash mantle. The ''Future's End'' tie-in to the series has a possible future where New 52 Wally has replaced Barry as the Flash.Flash as well.
29th Mar '18 2:44:02 AM jormis29
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** In the ''Ultron Forever'' crossover, one of the temporally-displaced Avengers is Danielle Cage, the daughter of ComicBook/LukeCage and ComicBook/JessicaJones. She serves as her timeline's version of Captain America, using an anti-gravity version of the iconic shield (based off the short-lived magnetic feature the shield had in the 60's ''Avengers'' comics).

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** In the ''Ultron Forever'' ''ComicBook/UltronForever'' crossover, one of the temporally-displaced Avengers is Danielle Cage, the daughter of ComicBook/LukeCage and ComicBook/JessicaJones. She serves as her timeline's version of Captain America, using an anti-gravity version of the iconic shield (based off the short-lived magnetic feature the shield had in the 60's ''Avengers'' comics).
18th Feb '18 6:36:15 PM Molly_Hats
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* Several examples pop up in Creator/JuddWinick's ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueGenerationLost'' series. The future iteration of the Justice League features Damian Wayne (Bruce Wayne's mixed Chinese/European/Arab son) as the new Batman, an unnamed African-American woman as the new ComicBook/BlackCanary, and a Middle-Eastern woman named Sahar Shazeen as the new ComicBook/{{Shazam}}. Shazam would count as a {{Twofer|TokenMinority}}, since the original was a white male named Billy Batson.

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* Several examples pop up in Creator/JuddWinick's ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueGenerationLost'' series. The future iteration of the Justice League features Damian Wayne (Bruce Wayne's mixed Chinese/European/Arab son) as the new Batman, an unnamed African-American woman as the new ComicBook/BlackCanary, and a Middle-Eastern woman named Sahar Shazeen Shaheen as the new ComicBook/{{Shazam}}. Shazam would count as a {{Twofer|TokenMinority}}, since the original was a white male named Billy Batson.
18th Feb '18 6:00:41 PM jormis29
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* Several examples pop up in Creator/JuddWinick's ''[[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational Justice League: Generation Lost]]'' series. The future iteration of the Justice League features Damian Wayne (Bruce Wayne's mixed Chinese/European/Arab son) as the new Batman, an unnamed African-American woman as the new ComicBook/BlackCanary, and a Middle-Eastern woman named Sahar Shazeen as the new ComicBook/{{Shazam}}. Shazam would count as a {{Twofer|TokenMinority}}, since the original was a white male named Billy Batson.

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* Several examples pop up in Creator/JuddWinick's ''[[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational Justice League: Generation Lost]]'' ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueGenerationLost'' series. The future iteration of the Justice League features Damian Wayne (Bruce Wayne's mixed Chinese/European/Arab son) as the new Batman, an unnamed African-American woman as the new ComicBook/BlackCanary, and a Middle-Eastern woman named Sahar Shazeen as the new ComicBook/{{Shazam}}. Shazam would count as a {{Twofer|TokenMinority}}, since the original was a white male named Billy Batson.
7th Jan '18 3:58:35 AM nighttrainfm
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** The Doctor themself is scheduled to regenerate as a woman (played by Creator/JodieWhittaker) in the 2017 ChristmasSpecial.

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** The Doctor themself is scheduled to regenerate Thirteenth Doctor, played by Creator/JodieWhittaker, as a woman (played by Creator/JodieWhittaker) in of the 2017 ChristmasSpecial.
27th Oct '17 1:10:08 PM narm00
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** Invoked in-universe by the Doctor in "The Doctor's Wife" and "Death of the Doctor", who confirms the long-held [[AscendedFanon fan belief]] that Time Lords can indeed change [[GenderFlip genders]] and [[RaceLift ethnicities]] during a regeneration, although [[TheNthDoctor his incarnations]] (thus far) have all been white males.

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** Invoked in-universe by the Doctor in "The Doctor's Wife" and "Death of the Doctor", who confirms the long-held [[AscendedFanon fan belief]] that Time Lords can indeed change [[GenderFlip [[GenderBender genders]] and [[RaceLift ethnicities]] during a regeneration, although [[TheNthDoctor his incarnations]] (thus far) have are all been white males.men as of those stories.



** In "Let's Kill Hitler" it's revealed that Mels, the black twenty-something childhood friend of Amy and Rory is actually the previous incarnation of the white, middle-aged, River Song. Mels in turn regenerated from the white, seven year old Melody and was forced to grow up ''again'' after her first regeneration left her as a toddler.
** [[spoiler:TheMaster]] became a villainous example of this after regenerating into a female body (named Missy). Main/WordOfGod states this was to test the audience's reaction prior to casting a female Doctor.

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** In "Let's Kill Hitler" it's revealed that Mels, the black twenty-something childhood friend of Amy and Rory Rory, is actually the previous incarnation of the white, middle-aged, River Song. Mels in turn regenerated from the white, seven year old Melody and was forced to grow up ''again'' after her first regeneration left her as a toddler.
** [[spoiler:TheMaster]] became a villainous example of this after regenerating into a female body (named Missy). Main/WordOfGod WordOfGod states this was to test the audience's reaction prior to casting a female Doctor.



** Now the Doctor themself is scheduled to regenerate as a woman (played by Creator/JodieWhittaker) in the 2017 ChristmasSpecial.

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** Now the The Doctor themself is scheduled to regenerate as a woman (played by Creator/JodieWhittaker) in the 2017 ChristmasSpecial.



* Bunker of ''TabletopGame/SentinelsOfTheMultiverse'', like Captain America, gets both inverts and plays it straight. The current, main-timeline Bunker is white. A promo card depicts the World War II-era Bunker as a black man. And an alternate-future version of the character is also black.

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* Bunker of ''TabletopGame/SentinelsOfTheMultiverse'', like Captain America, gets both inverts and plays it straight. The current, main-timeline Bunker is white. A promo card depicts the World War II-era Bunker as a black man. And an alternate-future version of the character is also black.
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