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6th Feb '16 10:51:41 AM MitziHD
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' Every book have a different color to simbolize the three protagonists: The first one ''Sho Shan y la Dama Oscura is pink for Luisa -a simbol of her innocence-, The second, ''Tinta Violeta'', is violet for Violeta -because of the name-, andthe last one, ''Doncella Roja'', Red for Dagmar -to symbolize her destiny-.
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' Every book have a different color to simbolize the three protagonists: The first one one, ''Sho Shan y la Dama Oscura Oscura'', is pink for Luisa -a simbol of her innocence-, The second, ''Tinta Violeta'', is violet for Violeta -because of the name-, andthe and the last one, ''Doncella Roja'', Red is red for Dagmar -to symbolize her destiny-.
6th Feb '16 10:50:00 AM MitziHD
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' has this to simbolize the three protagonists: Pink for Luisa -a simbol of her innocence-, Violet for Violeta -because of the name-, and Red for Dagmar -to symbolize her destiny-.
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' has this Every book have a different color to simbolize the three protagonists: Pink The first one ''Sho Shan y la Dama Oscura is pink for Luisa -a simbol of her innocence-, Violet The second, ''Tinta Violeta'', is violet for Violeta -because of the name-, and andthe last one, ''Doncella Roja'', Red for Dagmar -to symbolize her destiny-.
5th Feb '16 11:24:27 AM MitziHD
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' has this for the three protagonists: Pink for Luisa, Violet for Violeta and Red for Dagmar.
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' has this for to simbolize the three protagonists: Pink for Luisa, Luisa -a simbol of her innocence-, Violet for Violeta -because of the name-, and Red for Dagmar.Dagmar -to symbolize her destiny-.
5th Feb '16 11:21:50 AM MitziHD
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' has this for the three protagonists: Pink for Luisa, Violet for Violeta and Red for Dagmar.
2nd Feb '16 9:17:37 PM TheWanderer
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* In the ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'' films, Rocky's preferred colors for his trunks are black and gold. In the second film, he wears mostly black with small gold stripes, signifying how Rocky is a dangerous fighter, albeit with a heart of gold. In the third film, which follows the progress of [[TradeYourPassionForGlory Rocky losing his edge as a fighter and becoming softened by the good life]], those colors are reversed, and Rocky starts wearing showy and flashy gold trunks, (along with gold gloves and shoes) with small black stripes. This serves as a symbol of how the good life of fame and fortune has come to dominate Rocky's life, and he only maintains a small remnant of the edge, the hunger, the relentless drive that made him such a dangerous opponent in the first two films.
23rd Jan '16 8:10:13 AM Kakai
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Plume}}'', the leading colour seems to be gold. Dom has a golden gun, Corrick has SupernaturalGoldEyes, non-BlackMagic glows gold, Auru is a CityOfGold and the spellbook is written in golden ink.
18th Jan '16 10:04:39 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/EquinoxFlower'' is a story of a businessman in late middle age who's having to deal with changing culture in Japan, as his daughter is getting married without asking permission. Director Creator/YasujiroOzu emphasizes the color red ''everywhere''. Most prominent is a bright red teapot which shows up in every scene inside the Hirayama home, but there are other examples of red all over the place—purses, ashtrays, signs, barstools, placemats. Everywhere. This is no doubt referring to the "Equinox flower" which gives the film its name, and which is bright red. The [[equinox flower https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycoris_(plant)]] often blooms around graveyards and is associated with death.
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* ''Film/EquinoxFlower'' is a story of a businessman in late middle age who's having to deal with changing culture in Japan, as his daughter is getting married without asking permission. Director Creator/YasujiroOzu emphasizes the color red ''everywhere''. Most prominent is a bright red teapot which shows up in every scene inside the Hirayama home, but there are other examples of red all over the place—purses, ashtrays, signs, barstools, placemats. Everywhere. This is no doubt referring to the "Equinox flower" which gives the film its name, and which is bright red. The [[equinox flower https://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycoris_(plant)]] org/wiki/Lycoris_(plant) equinox flower]] often blooms around graveyards and is associated with death.
18th Jan '16 10:03:59 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/EquinoxFlower'' is a story of a businessman in late middle age who's having to deal with changing culture in Japan, as his daughter is getting married without asking permission. Director Creator/YasujiroOzu emphasizes the color red ''everywhere''. Most prominent is a bright red teapot which shows up in every scene inside the Hirayama home, but there are other examples of red all over the place—purses, ashtrays, signs, barstools, placemats. Everywhere. This is no doubt referring to the "Equinox flower" which gives the film its name, and which is bright red. The [[equinox flower https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycoris_(plant)]] often blooms around graveyards and is associated with death.
14th Jan '16 11:48:48 AM johnnycade7
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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', three characters are associated specifically with a particular color, present in all their outfits, though with interesting subtlety: Anna, which is throughly associated with green (most notably, her otherwise blue winter clothes have a green corset, which could mean that this motiff is related to Spring), Elsa, associated with blue ([[AnIcePerson for obvious reasons]]), and Hans, associated with [[ManInWhite white]] as a [[spoiler:subversion]] of Disney [[LightIsGood expectations]].
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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', three characters are associated specifically with a particular color, present in all their outfits, though with interesting subtlety: Anna, which is throughly associated with green (most notably, her otherwise blue winter clothes have a green corset, which could mean that this motiff is related to Spring), Elsa, associated with blue ([[AnIcePerson for obvious reasons]]), and Hans, associated with [[ManInWhite white]] as a [[spoiler:subversion]] of Disney [[LightIsGood expectations]]. But in a more subtle manner, he wears purple under his coat, a common color motif used to represent villains in animated Disney films.
12th Jan '16 5:03:09 AM Naoto_best_waifu
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* A common motif in comic books is for our heroes to be dressed in primary colors (Superman, Spiderman, Captain America, The Fantastic Four) and our villains in secondary colors (Lex Luthor, The Joker, Doctor Doom, Green Goblin).
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