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30th Jul '17 11:50:40 PM KJMackley
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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' started off with a team of three, Aqualad the [[MakingASplash hydrokinetic]], Kid Flash with SuperSpeed and Robin the BadassNormal [[TheHacker Hacker]]. When Artemis is introduced it's mentioned that after Speedy refused membership in the team that they could use TheArcher to fill a gap in the teams skillset. It's later shown that Aqualad's limited magic leaves another skill gap, which is later filled with Zatanna.
29th Jul '17 3:04:13 PM nighttrainfm
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* ''ComicBook/NewSuperMan'' acknowledges this in-universe when Kenan Kong and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Avery Ho]] have a race. Avery notes that while Kenan has a whole range of powers, he's not going to beat her at [[SuperSpeed her one and only thing.]]

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* ''ComicBook/NewSuperMan'' acknowledges this in-universe when Kenan Kong and [[ComicBook/TheFlash [[Franchise/TheFlash Avery Ho]] have a race. Avery notes that while Kenan has a whole range of powers, he's not going to beat her at [[SuperSpeed her one and only thing.]]
29th Jul '17 3:03:47 PM nighttrainfm
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* ''ComicBook/NewSuperMan'' acknowledges this in-universe when Kenan Kong and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Avery Ho]] have a race. Avery notes that while Kenan has a whole range of powers, he's not going to beat her at [[SuperSpeed her one and only thing.]]
7th Jul '17 1:58:30 PM MBG
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** This also happened a fair bit with Superman and ComicBook/MartianManhunter. During the early Silver Age ''Justice League'' issues, Martian Manhunter was given very similar powers to Superman (a FlyingBrick with heat vision), and mostly got used as a stand-in. Later runs and alternate takes tend to make his FlyingBrick powers more incidental (though still fairly impressive) in favor of focusing on his shapeshifting, density control, and telepathy.
3rd Jul '17 11:41:32 PM AnotherDuck
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* ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s Minako Aino originally starred in her own manga, ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', before being absorbed into the series, creating the odd situation where the derived character (Usagi) ended up being the lead. Minako has since undergone DivergentCharacterEvolution: a more outwardly capable but loopy character for the first anime, a straight serious character for the LiveActionAdaptation, and a mostly similar to the manga girl for ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal''.
** Pretty much all her incarnations treat her as a veteran, and occasionally showcase her greater experience at being a MagicalGirl than the rest of the Senshi, and except in the anime. The manga, live-action show and later ''Crystal'' show her being serious and knowledgeable, though the manga and ''Crystal'' also give some silly moments; the first anime suggests that ''not being alone'' has loosened her up from the more serious personality she had in earlier seasons, but [[BewareTheSillyOnes shows her being able]] to pull magical girl stunts (like leaping onto second-floor balconies ''from the street outside the house'') while in civilian form.

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* ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s Minako Aino originally starred in her own manga, ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', before being absorbed into the series, creating the odd situation where the derived character (Usagi) ended up being the lead. Minako has since undergone DivergentCharacterEvolution: a more outwardly capable but loopy character for the first anime, a straight serious character for the LiveActionAdaptation, and a mostly similar to the manga girl for ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal''.
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''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal''. Pretty much all her incarnations treat her as a veteran, and occasionally showcase her greater experience at being a MagicalGirl than the rest of the Senshi, and except in the anime. The manga, live-action show and later ''Crystal'' show her being serious and knowledgeable, though the manga and ''Crystal'' also give some silly moments; the first anime suggests that ''not being alone'' has loosened her up from the more serious personality she had in earlier seasons, but [[BewareTheSillyOnes shows her being able]] to pull magical girl stunts (like leaping onto second-floor balconies ''from the street outside the house'') while in civilian form.
11th Feb '17 5:36:47 PM Eddy1215
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were ShadowArchetypes to Twilight Sparkle before ultimately make a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is a more direct counterpart (also being a previous student to the show's PhysicalGoddess) and TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the [[HighSchoolAU alternate dimension]] ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character out of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were ShadowArchetypes {{Shadow Archetype}}s to Twilight Sparkle before ultimately make a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is a more direct counterpart (also being a previous student to the show's PhysicalGoddess) and TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the [[HighSchoolAU alternate dimension]] ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character out of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.Sparkle.
* PlayedForLaughs in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/PenguinsOfMadagascar'', where Private, after over indulges in brined herring, starts turning into what Kowalski calls "a fish-crazy psychopath". Rico protests "Hey! That's ''my'' thing!", to which Skipper agrees they don't need ''two'' of those.
11th Feb '17 5:31:47 PM Eddy1215
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31st Jan '17 10:25:19 AM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were ShadowArchetypes to Twilight Sparkle before ultimately make a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is a more direct counterpart (also being a previous student to the show's PhysicalGoddess) and TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the [[HighSchoolAU alternate dimension]] ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist and TheLeader/TheMentor from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character out of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were ShadowArchetypes to Twilight Sparkle before ultimately make a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is a more direct counterpart (also being a previous student to the show's PhysicalGoddess) and TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the [[HighSchoolAU alternate dimension]] ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist and TheLeader/TheMentor from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character out of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.
31st Jan '17 10:17:49 AM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were ShadowArchetypes to Twilight Sparkle before ultimately make a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is a more direct counterpart (also being a previous student to the show's PhysicalGoddess) and TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the [[HighSchoolAU alternate dimension]] ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist (and thus, TheLeader) from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character out of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were ShadowArchetypes to Twilight Sparkle before ultimately make a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is a more direct counterpart (also being a previous student to the show's PhysicalGoddess) and TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the [[HighSchoolAU alternate dimension]] ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist (and thus, TheLeader) and TheLeader/TheMentor from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character out of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.
31st Jan '17 10:07:46 AM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were an EvilCounterpart to Twilight Sparkle before making a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the alternate dimension ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist (and thus, TheLeader) from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' eventually featured two villains who were an EvilCounterpart ShadowArchetypes to Twilight Sparkle before making ultimately make a HeelFaceTurn: [[ThemeNaming Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer]]. The difference between them is that Sunset Shimmer is a more direct counterpart (also being a previous student to the show's PhysicalGoddess) and TheAtoner who must constantly prove to everyone, including her friends and allies, that she's not slipping back into her old ways. Meanwhile, Starlight Glimmer is a variation of EvilCannotComprehendGood, hardly knowing anything about friendship and having to be taught how to be a good person...er, pony. Additionally, Sunset Shimmer is relegated to the [[HighSchoolAU alternate dimension dimension]] ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' [[{{Spinoff}} spin-off]] films and specials, where she has the benefit of being the main protagonist (and thus, TheLeader) from the second movie onwards. In contrast, Starlight Glimmer is one character out of many in the EnsembleCast of the show's main universe and is under the tutelage of Twilight Sparkle.
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