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11th May '16 3:34:10 PM Josef5678
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* ''Literature/SpectralShadows'' can have serials that are more violent or bloodier than previous serials. Serial 2 seems like it can shape up to be this in comparison to Serial 1 (Though miraculously dodging turning into a DarkerAndEdgier story). Serial 11 is this easily in comparison to what has been published so far, and oftentimes the violence is described in quite graphic detail.

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* ''Literature/SpectralShadows'' can have serials that are more violent or bloodier than previous serials. Serial 2 seems like it can shape up to be this in comparison to ''Literature/SpectralShadows'':
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Serial 1 (Though miraculously dodging turning into had some violence for sure, but serial 2 goes further and has a DarkerAndEdgier story). battle scene where heads are being blown off, characters are being shot up, and the predatory survivors of said battle are eating the dead bodies.
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Serial 11 is this easily in comparison to what has been published so far, a school yard massacre, and oftentimes the violence is described we see, via {{Dream Sequence}}, a biological weapon called Red Rain. [[{{Nightmare Fuel}} It's weaponized acid rain, and you get to see how it works in quite graphic detail. said Dream Sequence]].



* ''Literature/{{Spectral Shadows}}'' has this happen in-universe with Serial 2. Serial 1 had some violence for sure, but serial 2 goes further and has a battle scene where heads are being blown off, characters are being shot up, and the predatory survivors of said battle are eating the dead bodies. Then there's serial 11 which has a school yard massacre, and we see, via {{Dream Sequence}}, a biological weapon called Red Rain. [[{{Nightmare Fuel}} It's weaponized acid rain, and you get to see how it works in said Dream Sequence]].
11th May '16 1:47:23 PM Nikolinni
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* ''Literature/SpectralShadows'' can have serials that are more violent or bloodier than previous serials. Serial 2 seems like it can shape up to be this in comparison to Serial 1 (Though miraculously dodging turning into a DarkerAndEdgier story). Serial 11 is this easily in comparison to what has been published so far, and oftentimes the violence is described in quite graphic detail.
8th May '16 10:22:03 PM Willbyr
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Compare {{Gorn}}, {{Grimmification}}, ObligatorySwearing.

Contrast LighterAndSofter, {{Bowdlerize}}, {{Disneyfication}}.

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Compare {{Gorn}}, {{Grimmification}}, ObligatorySwearing.

ObligatorySwearing. Contrast LighterAndSofter, {{Bowdlerize}}, {{Disneyfication}}.






** The second ''Rebuild'' movie has the Sky-Angel's death go from a standard enormous explosion, to transforming into a tsunami of blood that engulfs Tokyo-3.

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** * The second ''Rebuild'' ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' movie has the Sky-Angel's Angel Sahaquiel's death go from a standard enormous explosion, explosion to transforming into a tsunami of blood that engulfs Tokyo-3.
8th May '16 4:04:47 AM eroock
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8th May '16 4:04:33 AM eroock
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7th May '16 3:09:29 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* [[Wrestling/{{FMW}} Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]] took everything WWC did, got some more ideas from Wrestling/JerryLawler's USWA, turned them all UpToEleven, added explosives and set out to put on a show bloodier than Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} and Wrestling/{{AJPW}}.

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* [[Wrestling/{{FMW}} Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]] took everything WWC did, got some more ideas from Wrestling/JerryLawler's USWA, turned them all UpToEleven, added explosives and set out to put on a show bloodier than Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} and Wrestling/{{AJPW}}.Wrestling/{{All Japan|ProWrestling}}.
7th May '16 3:06:27 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Try comparing the Mexican world wrestling council, Wrestling/{{CMLL}}, where any blood spilled with be edited out of the regular TV show, with the Puerto Rican world wrestling council, WWC, which all but invented the [[GimmickMatches barbed wire match]]. Even though WWC is an old school promotion, considered "the last of the territories", CMLL is the oldest continuously extant promotion in the world, so it still fits this trope.
* [[Wrestling/{{FMW}} Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]] took everything WWC did, got some more ideas from Wrestling/JerryLawler's USWA, turned them all UpToEleven, added explosives and set out to put on a show bloodier than Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} and Wrestling/{{All Japan|ProWrestling}}.

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* Try comparing the Mexican world wrestling council, Wrestling/{{CMLL}}, where any blood spilled with will be edited out of the regular TV show, with the Puerto Rican world wrestling council, WWC, which all but invented the [[GimmickMatches barbed wire match]]. Even though WWC is an old school promotion, considered "the last of the territories", CMLL is the oldest continuously extant promotion in the world, so it still fits this trope.
* [[Wrestling/{{FMW}} Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]] took everything WWC did, got some more ideas from Wrestling/JerryLawler's USWA, turned them all UpToEleven, added explosives and set out to put on a show bloodier than Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} and Wrestling/{{All Japan|ProWrestling}}.Wrestling/{{AJPW}}.
6th May '16 8:37:49 AM Jhamin
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When the Hays Office was disbanded in favor of the MPAA rating system, along with everything else, films got bloodier. One aspect of this was remakes of horror films. Often this involves the presence of MadeOfPlasticine and LudicrousGibs that were absent in the original. It's often achieved by simply averting the InverseLawOfSharpnessAndAccuracy or turning the {{Badbutt}} into a full-fledged {{Badass}}. Something similar happened in comics; the 1963 panel of the page image was drawn in the heyday of UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode.

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When the Hays Office was disbanded in favor of the MPAA rating system, along with everything else, films got bloodier. One aspect of this was remakes of horror films. Often this involves the presence of MadeOfPlasticine and LudicrousGibs that were absent in the original. It's often achieved by simply averting the InverseLawOfSharpnessAndAccuracy or turning the {{Badbutt}} into a full-fledged {{Badass}}. Something similar happened in comics; the 1963 panel of the page image was drawn in the heyday of UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode.\n
6th May '16 4:30:03 AM Adept
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[[caption-width-right:230:Compare [[BloodlessCarnage 1963]] with [[KilledOffForReal 1989]].]]
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* One would never have expected that ''FistOfTheNorthStar'' could ever be made bloodier, but ''New Fist of the North Star/Shin Hokuto No Ken'' shows more splattering blood and brain matter in more loving detail than anything else from this series, before or after.

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* One would never have expected that ''FistOfTheNorthStar'' ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' could ever be made bloodier, but ''New Fist of the North Star/Shin Hokuto No Ken'' shows more splattering blood and brain matter in more loving detail than anything else from this series, before or after.



* The Manga adaption to ''{{Inazuma Eleven}}'' has more blood and detailed injury scenes than in the original.

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* The Manga adaption to ''{{Inazuma ''Manga/{{Inazuma Eleven}}'' has more blood and detailed injury scenes than in the original.



** And pretty much every chapter in the interquel 52 involving Black Adam has him popping heads, tearing people in half, bragging about ritual sacrifice, etc. Though even in ''InfiniteCrisis'' he gets one of the best: shoving a guy's mask out the back of his face. "[[BondOneLiner No more silly faces]]" ''indeed''.

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** And pretty much every chapter in the interquel 52 involving Black Adam has him popping heads, tearing people in half, bragging about ritual sacrifice, etc. Though even in ''InfiniteCrisis'' ''Infinite Crisis'' he gets one of the best: shoving a guy's mask out the back of his face. "[[BondOneLiner No more silly faces]]" ''indeed''.
5th May '16 1:44:32 PM Josef5678
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** ''ComicBook/TheTransformersIDW'' comics aren't afraid to brutalize its characters. Cybertronian "blood" is purple, but flies about in quite a few stories (''Megatron: Origin'' and ''[[ComicBook/TheTransformersLastStandOfTheWreckers Last Stand of the Wreckers]]'', to name two).

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** ''ComicBook/TheTransformersIDW'' comics aren't afraid to brutalize its characters.
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Cybertronian "blood" is purple, but flies about in quite a few stories (''Megatron: Origin'' and ''[[ComicBook/TheTransformersLastStandOfTheWreckers Last Stand of the Wreckers]]'', to name two).
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