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20th Apr '17 4:39:14 PM CRE040295
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20th Apr '17 4:39:13 PM CRE040295
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* The death of Creator/FourKidsEntertainment came with their infamous dub of ''Manga/OnePiece'', them losing the rights to ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', and a bankruptcy filing after a lawsuit from Creator/TVTokyo.

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* The death of Creator/FourKidsEntertainment came with their infamous dub of ''Manga/OnePiece'', them losing the rights to ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', and a bankruptcy filing after a lawsuit from Creator/TVTokyo.Creator/TVTokyo and Nihon Ad Systems (NAS).
16th Apr '17 12:44:41 PM AyaReiko
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* While not a creator, distributor Upper Deck Entertainment got hit hard during the latter part of the ''[[Anime/YuGiOhGX GX]]'' era of the ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' TCG due to their own ExecutiveMeddling; a series of unpopular reshuffling of set cards (including the dismantling of two highly anticipated structure decks to release their new cards as difficult-to-get Secret Rares in the main sets), creation of poorly-received TCG-only cards, and ultimately the publishing of fake cards for third-party distribution ultimately forced Creator/{{Konami}} to pull their contract with UDE and wrangle the game away from them through a legal shitstorm. Even more damning, this incident has apparently caused Creator/{{Blizzard| Entertainment}} to pull ''their'' contract with UDE for the distribution of the ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' TCG, going so far as to make an entirely new branch specifically for distributing it themselves. No word yet on how this will impact UDE's baseball and hockey card sales, but it's likely that that's going to be the only thing that'll save them from bankruptcy. To make things even more troubling, [[http://www.nctimes.com/business/article_526a005b-9676-57f8-b5d9-4eb14f2c43d0.html there's a corporate family civil war brewing as a direct result of the aforementioned Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG scandal.]]

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* While not a creator, distributor Upper Deck Entertainment got hit hard during the latter part of the ''[[Anime/YuGiOhGX GX]]'' era of the ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' TCG due to their own ExecutiveMeddling; a series of unpopular reshuffling of set cards (including the dismantling of two highly anticipated structure decks to release their new cards as difficult-to-get Secret Rares in the main sets), creation of poorly-received TCG-only cards, and ultimately the publishing of fake cards for third-party distribution ultimately forced Creator/{{Konami}} to pull their contract with UDE and wrangle the game away from them through a legal shitstorm. Even more damning, this incident has apparently caused Creator/{{Blizzard| Entertainment}} to pull ''their'' contract with UDE for the distribution of the ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' TCG, going so far as to make an entirely new branch specifically for distributing it themselves. No word yet on how this will impact UDE's baseball and hockey card sales, but it's likely that that's going to be the only thing that'll save them from bankruptcy. To make things even more troubling, [[http://www.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20110811103527/http://www.nctimes.com/business/article_526a005b-9676-57f8-b5d9-4eb14f2c43d0.html there's a corporate family civil war brewing as a direct result of the aforementioned Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG scandal.]]
15th Apr '17 7:47:10 AM AlternativeCola
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* Andrew Dobson, also known as Tom Preston, has always been a highly controversial artist for a large number of reasons, but for the most part of his career, had a significant fanbase along with a significant hatedom. Many times, he dealt with this by mocking his critics within his work. However, this did not work out for the better when he released the comic strip named ''BINGO'', where he went into further detail about things that his haters loved to bring up. The reason this backfired horribly at him was because he brought up things that the vast majority of his fanbase was never aware of, leading to them going outside of DeviantArt for answers or to have the ''many'' critics, trolls and detractors provide the info for them. This eventually kickstarted a series of events that made Dobson lose a massive chunk of his fanbase, have dozzens of parodies made against him to this day, lose a great amount of respect amongst his peers and being seen in a light comparable to that of Christian Weston Chandler according to many people.

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* Andrew Dobson, also known as Tom Preston, has always been a highly controversial artist for a large number of reasons, but for the most part of his career, had a significant fanbase along with a significant hatedom. Many times, he dealt with this by mocking his critics within his work. However, this did not work out for the better when he released the comic strip named ''BINGO'', where he went into further detail about things that his haters loved to bring up. The reason this backfired horribly at him was because he brought up things that the vast majority of his fanbase was never aware of, leading to them going outside of DeviantArt for answers or to have the ''many'' critics, trolls and detractors provide the info for them. This eventually kickstarted a series of events that made Dobson lose a massive chunk of his fanbase, have dozzens dozens of parodies made against him to this day, lose a great amount of respect amongst his peers and being seen in a light comparable to that of Christian Weston Chandler according to many people.
people. As a result, he departed from his DeviantArt site (though not deactivating it) and moving on to other stuff in 2015, though his hatedom still continues to this day.
12th Apr '17 6:52:07 PM gjjones
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* Despite ''Anime/TheTaleOfThePrincessKaguya'' and ''Anime/WhenMarnieWasThere'' receiving critical acclaim, the financial failures of these films, combined with the temporary retirement of Creator/HayaoMiyazaki, led to Creator/StudioGhibli taking a temporary break from producing its feature-length animated works until they had a CareerResurrection with ''The Red Turtle''. ''Princess Kaguya'' was Creator/IsaoTakahata's final film as director.

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* Despite ''Anime/TheTaleOfThePrincessKaguya'' and ''Anime/WhenMarnieWasThere'' receiving critical acclaim, the financial failures of these films, combined with the temporary retirement of Creator/HayaoMiyazaki, led to Creator/StudioGhibli taking a temporary break from producing its feature-length animated works until they had a their CareerResurrection with ''The Red Turtle''. ''Princess Kaguya'' ''Kaguya'' was also Creator/IsaoTakahata's final film as director.director before he retired.
12th Apr '17 10:07:42 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* Ardian Syaf was an up-and-coming artist who was chosen as one of three rotating artists for Marvel's ''[[ComicBook/XMenGoldAndBlue X-Men: Gold]]''. However, he was his with ''massive'' controversy when ''X-Men: Gold'' #1 was released and it was revealed he snuck in various religious commentary, one of which could actually be translated as racist. Both fans and other creators got angry over this and Marvel ended up kicking him out.

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* Ardian Syaf was an up-and-coming artist who was chosen as one of three rotating artists for Marvel's ''[[ComicBook/XMenGoldAndBlue X-Men: Gold]]''. However, he was his hit with ''massive'' controversy when ''X-Men: Gold'' #1 was released and it was revealed he snuck in various references to political and religious commentary, one of topics, which could actually be translated as racist. Anti-Christian and Anti-Jewish. Both fans and other creators got angry over this this, and Syaf himself proclaimed that his career was over. Marvel ended up kicking fired him out.the next day.
12th Apr '17 8:21:51 AM Blazer
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* Ardian Syaf was an up-and-coming artist who was chosen as one of three rotating artists for Marvel's ''[[ComicBook/XMenGoldAndBlue X-Men: Gold]]''. However, he was his with ''massive'' controversy when ''X-Men: Gold'' #1 was released and it was revealed he snuck in various religious commentary, one of which could actually be translated as racist. Both fans and other creators got angry over this and Marvel ended up kicking him out.
11th Apr '17 10:45:14 PM gjjones
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* Despite ''Anime/TheTaleOfPrincessKaguya'' and ''Anime/WhenMarnieWasThere'' receiving critical acclaim, the financial failures of these films, combined with the temporary retirement of Creator/HayaoMiyazaki, led to Creator/StudioGhibli taking a temporary break from producing its feature-length animated works until they had a CareerResurrection with ''The Red Turtle''. ''Princess Kaguya'' was Creator/IsaoTakahata's final film as director.

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* Despite ''Anime/TheTaleOfPrincessKaguya'' ''Anime/TheTaleOfThePrincessKaguya'' and ''Anime/WhenMarnieWasThere'' receiving critical acclaim, the financial failures of these films, combined with the temporary retirement of Creator/HayaoMiyazaki, led to Creator/StudioGhibli taking a temporary break from producing its feature-length animated works until they had a CareerResurrection with ''The Red Turtle''. ''Princess Kaguya'' was Creator/IsaoTakahata's final film as director.
6th Apr '17 3:27:42 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Brand Sins was brought down by its flaws eventually coming back to bite them in the ass. The channel was formed as a sister channel to WebVideo/CinemaSins, but instead of focusing on cinema it focused on companies and groups. While the channel was criticized at times for focusing more on facts than actual flaws and being pretty opinion-based at times, it still did well and earned plenty of views. However, it all came crashing down with "Everything Wrong with Wrestling/{{WWE}}"; the video was massively disliked and took the flaws people had with Brand Sins UpToEleven, having countless moments of [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer poor research]]. There were no more Brand Sins videos afterwards, until it was later revived over nine months later.
6th Apr '17 3:24:17 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* Brand Sins was brought down by its flaws eventually coming back to bite them in the ass. The channel was formed as a sister channel to WebVideo/CinemaSins, but instead of focusing on cinema it focused on companies and groups. While the channel was criticized at times for focusing more on facts than actual flaws and being pretty opinion-based at times, it still did well and earned plenty of views. However, it all came crashing down with "Everything Wrong with Wrestling/{{WWE}}"; the video was massively disliked and took the flaws people had with Brand Sins UpToEleven, having countless moments of [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer poor research]]. The channel hasn't created a new video ever since.

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* Brand Sins was brought down by its flaws eventually coming back to bite them in the ass. The channel was formed as a sister channel to WebVideo/CinemaSins, but instead of focusing on cinema it focused on companies and groups. While the channel was criticized at times for focusing more on facts than actual flaws and being pretty opinion-based at times, it still did well and earned plenty of views. However, it all came crashing down with "Everything Wrong with Wrestling/{{WWE}}"; the video was massively disliked and took the flaws people had with Brand Sins UpToEleven, having countless moments of [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer poor research]]. The channel hasn't created a new video ever since.There were no more Brand Sins videos afterwards, until it was later revived over nine months later.
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