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31st Jul '16 8:32:59 AM nombretomado
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* TheJoker, from DCComics: clothes mostly purple with some green, plus green hair.

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* TheJoker, from DCComics: Creator/DCComics: clothes mostly purple with some green, plus green hair.



* Two masked mercenaries created by George Pérez share the orange-blue contrast: Taskmaster, from MarvelComics, and Deathstroke, from DCComics. The latter daughter, Ravager, also follow this color pattern.

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* Two masked mercenaries created by George Pérez share the orange-blue contrast: Taskmaster, from MarvelComics, and Deathstroke, from DCComics.Creator/DCComics. The latter daughter, Ravager, also follow this color pattern.
17th Feb '16 3:52:04 PM bowserbros
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* ThisVeryWiki has {{Blue Link}}s and [[ItLooksLikeThis Red Links]], to signify links that leads somewhere, and links that don't.

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* Most wiki sites, ThisVeryWiki has included, have {{Blue Link}}s and [[ItLooksLikeThis Red Links]], to signify links that leads somewhere, and links that don't.
8th Jan '16 4:57:11 PM Cifer
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* Yellow+White/Green+Blue+Red+Black+Purple Contrast: Used in heraldry to create distinctive coats of arms.


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* Used in heraldry for very pragmatic reasons - contrasting the "metals" gold (yellow) and silver (white) against the "colours" blue, red, black, green and purple makes for a very distinctive shape that can be recognized from far away. Which means you can easily determine whether the guy at the other side of the battlefield is your ally and possibly in need of help or your enemy meeting up with his cronies. Once coats of arms were no longer used to identify factions in battle, the designs became more complicated and the rules were not adhered to as strictly.
31st Dec '15 6:15:39 PM Anddrix
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* [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'s wardrobe tends to feature primarily red fabrics, while his ArchEnemy and evil brother SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} has primarily green fabrics. Furthermore, the metal in Thor's armor is generally silverish, while Loki's armor is goldish. They are both fond of black though (also not always enemies... their relationship is complicated and their family really dysfunctional).

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* [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'s wardrobe tends to feature primarily red fabrics, while his ArchEnemy and evil brother SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} Loki has primarily green fabrics. Furthermore, the metal in Thor's armor is generally silverish, while Loki's armor is goldish. They are both fond of black though (also not always enemies... their relationship is complicated and their family really dysfunctional).
11th Oct '15 10:16:22 AM nombretomado
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** His cousin (and DistaffCounterpart) SheHulk also counts, having green skin and wearing a (partially) purple costume.
* Also from MarvelComics: GreenGoblin, the Skrulls true form, Drax the Destroyer, Impossible Man, all them with green skin (in Goblin's case, fake skin) and purple clothes.

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** His cousin (and DistaffCounterpart) SheHulk ComicBook/SheHulk also counts, having green skin and wearing a (partially) purple costume.
* Also from MarvelComics: GreenGoblin, ComicBook/GreenGoblin, the Skrulls true form, Drax the Destroyer, Impossible Man, all them with green skin (in Goblin's case, fake skin) and purple clothes.
6th Jul '15 5:58:47 PM Elbruno
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* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 used very basic color contrasts. Red, blue, green and brown contrasts are abundant (the grass and water levels), sometimes with black and grey (the underground and snow levels) or red, black and grey (the Castles). Justified, as the {{NES}} had an extremely limited color palette (53 colors) and they had very little memory to work with on the game.

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* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 The original ''[[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 Super Mario Bros]]'' used very basic color contrasts. Red, blue, green and brown contrasts are abundant (the grass and water levels), sometimes with black and grey (the underground and snow levels) or red, black and grey (the Castles). Justified, as the {{NES}} had an extremely limited color palette (53 colors) and they had very little memory to work with on the game.



* Whatever color you choose for your team and its paint in ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'', the opposing team will be the contrasting color.

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* Whatever color you choose for your ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' focuses greatly on [[CoveredInGunge covering territory (and pretty much everything else) in ink]], so having team and its paint in ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'', the opposing colors popping out against each other is key. There are many colorful team will be the contrasting color.
combinations like [[OrangeBlueContrast orange/blue]], pink/teal, green/purple, and yellow/pink among others.
10th May '15 11:58:16 PM Malitia
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* ComicBook/{{Thor}}'s wardrobe tends to feature primarily red fabrics, while his ArchEnemy and evil brother ComicBook/{{Loki}} has primarily green fabrics. Furthermore, the metal in Thor's armor is generally silverish, while Loki's armor is goldish.

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* ComicBook/{{Thor}}'s [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'s wardrobe tends to feature primarily red fabrics, while his ArchEnemy and evil brother ComicBook/{{Loki}} SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} has primarily green fabrics. Furthermore, the metal in Thor's armor is generally silverish, while Loki's armor is goldish.
goldish. They are both fond of black though (also not always enemies... their relationship is complicated and their family really dysfunctional).
7th May '15 7:46:34 PM Abodos
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* ComicBook/{{Thor}}'s wardrobe tends to feature primarily red fabrics, while his ArchEnemy and evil brother ComicBook/{{Loki}} has primarily green fabrics. Furthermore, the metal in Thor's armor is generally silverish, while Loki's armor is goldish.
17th Apr '15 5:33:12 PM MrConsensus
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* Subtle but complex multi-film example with the ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' franchise. In the [[Film/JurassicPark first film]], the most prominent color on the logos, vehicles, and other objects made for the park is red. But in ''Film/JurassicWorld'', the park's most prominent color is blue. This symbolizes how the owners of the latter park set out to avoid the mistakes made with the former park, as well as how the dinosaurs in the latter are more docile.

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* Subtle but complex multi-film example with the ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' franchise. In the [[Film/JurassicPark first film]], the most prominent color on the logos, vehicles, and other objects made for the park is red. But in ''Film/JurassicWorld'', the park's most prominent color is blue. This symbolizes how the owners of the latter park set out to avoid the mistakes made with the former park, as well as how the dinosaurs in the latter are more docile.
19th Feb '15 7:57:42 AM SeaRover
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* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 used very basic color contrasts. Red, blue, green and brown contrasts are abundant (the grass and water levels levels), sometimes with black and grey (the underground and snow levels) or red, black and grey (the Castles). Justified, as the {{NES}} had an extremely limited color palette (53 colors) and they had very little memory to work with on the game.

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* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 used very basic color contrasts. Red, blue, green and brown contrasts are abundant (the grass and water levels levels), sometimes with black and grey (the underground and snow levels) or red, black and grey (the Castles). Justified, as the {{NES}} had an extremely limited color palette (53 colors) and they had very little memory to work with on the game.
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