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21st Jul '16 8:10:49 PM Josef5678
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%%* Same goes for ''[[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians 101 Dalmatians: The Series]]''. (Please explain this example by its own merits and not merely in relation to other examples)



* Disney cartoon adaptations are often this. ''WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa'' is a noticeable example, being random slapstick and goofy compared to the more realistic film.
%%* Same goes for ''[[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians 101 Dalmatians: The Series]]''. (Please explain this example by its own merits and not merely in relation to other examples)


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* Disney cartoon adaptations are often this. ''WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa'' is a noticeable example, being random slapstick and goofy compared to the more realistic film.
21st Jul '16 3:04:50 PM Psi001
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* The pilot episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'' was much more dark and actionized (if still cartoony) with a much greater sense of mortal peril for the heroes. The following episodes downplayed things into a [[HarmlessVillain Harmless]] {{Villain Protagonist}} series with the Urpneys with most episodes following their buffoonery or some EpicFail to take the title stone. In the final season the heroes started becoming more prone to slapstick and wise cracks as well (originally ''much'' tamer and down to earth than the Urpneys).

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* The pilot episode of for ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'' was much more dark and actionized (if still cartoony) with a much greater sense of mortal peril for the heroes. The following episodes downplayed things into a [[HarmlessVillain Harmless]] {{Villain Protagonist}} HarmlessVillain series with the Urpneys with most episodes following their buffoonery or some EpicFail to take the title stone. In CharacterFocus was rearranged accordingly. The Urpneys became {{Villain Protagonist}}s while the final season [[KnightOfCerebus genuinely sinister]] BigBad, Zordrak became obsolete and was gradually put OutOfFocus. The heroes, who were ImmuneToSlapstick and still played the heroes started becoming formula seriously, spent most of the series as {{Hero Antagonist}}s, though the closing points made Rufus and Amberley more prone to slapstick comical and wise cracks savvy so as well (originally ''much'' tamer and down to earth than the Urpneys).give them more active roles again.



* A notable inversion comes in ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'', with the fantasy adventure plots of previous Sonic incarnations giving way to simple SliceOfLife affairs like Sonic firing Tails as his sidekick, and Eggman driving Sonic crazy moving in with him for a while.

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* A notable inversion comes in ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'', with ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom''. While ''much'' more gag focused, the fantasy adventure plots of previous Sonic incarnations giving give way to simple SliceOfLife affairs like Sonic firing Tails as his sidekick, and Eggman driving Sonic crazy moving in with him for a while.
20th Jul '16 9:34:59 AM MisterTimor
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* Most of ''LightNovel/SorcerousStabberOrphen'''s second season changed the fairly serious tone of the first one for lighthearted adventures and slapstick humor.
16th Jul '16 9:31:09 PM Josef5678
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* Along with Teen Titans Go!, ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' is this trope especially if you compare to the other shows Cartoon Network has right now. Unlike the others, it's not too reliance on continuity and story arcs, nor it isn't down to earth.

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* Along with Teen ''Teen Titans Go!, Go!'', ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' is this trope trope, especially if you compare when compared to the other Creator/CartoonNetwork shows Cartoon Network has right now. of its time. Unlike the others, it's not too reliance it doesn't rely on continuity and story arcs, nor is it isn't down to earth.
15th Jul '16 3:07:28 PM FAS1997
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** The facial expressions had become this trope (emphasis on the word wackier, rather than denser) since the second half of season 9.2 started, especially "Company Picnic," "Sharks vs Pods" and "Food Con Castaways". This is because according to Vincent Waller on Twitter, he and the artists wanted to make the show [[OffModel cartoony]] again.


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* Along with Teen Titans Go!, ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' is this trope especially if you compare to the other shows Cartoon Network has right now. Unlike the others, it's not too reliance on continuity and story arcs, nor it isn't down to earth.
14th Jul '16 12:49:36 AM SenorCornholio
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* In development, ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' was originally a standard Disney musical called ''Kingdom of the Sun''. Eventually it was retooled into a goofy buddy comedy.

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* In development, ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' was originally a standard Disney musical called ''Kingdom of the Sun''. Eventually it was retooled into a goofy buddy comedy. And as seen on [[Funny/TheEmperorsNewGroove the movie's funny page]], TropesAreNotBad.
13th Jul '16 7:26:53 PM Anddrix
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' went for this after the previous DarkerAndEdgier sequels ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' and ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' ended up being {{Base Breaker}}s. So far, this only ended up breaking the base even more than before.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' went for this after the previous DarkerAndEdgier sequels ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' and ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' ended up being {{Base Breaker}}s. {{Contested Sequel}}s. So far, this only ended up breaking the base even more divisive than before.
8th Jul '16 7:59:10 AM Josef5678
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* ''Film/BrideOfFrankenstein'' might very well be the first self-aware horror film, and while it's still a dark film with deep themes and genuine terror, it also works as a black comedy. This was a huge change of pace from the original ''Film/{{Frankenstein1931}}'', which was straight horror. Director James Whale purposefully wanted to give the sequel a different tone to stand on it's own.

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* ''Film/BrideOfFrankenstein'' might very well be the first self-aware horror film, and while it's still a dark film with deep themes and genuine terror, it also works as a black comedy. This was a huge change of pace from the original ''Film/{{Frankenstein1931}}'', ''Film/{{Frankenstein|1931}}'', which was straight horror. Director James Whale purposefully wanted to give the sequel a different tone to stand on it's own.
7th Jul '16 2:14:37 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* ''Film/TheBrideOfFrankenstein'' might very well be the first self-aware horror film, and while it's still a dark film with deep themes and genuine terror, it also works as a black comedy. This was a huge change of pace from the original ''Film/{{Frankenstein1931}}'', which was straight horror. Director James Whale purposefully wanted to give the sequel a different tone to stand on it's own.

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* ''Film/TheBrideOfFrankenstein'' ''Film/BrideOfFrankenstein'' might very well be the first self-aware horror film, and while it's still a dark film with deep themes and genuine terror, it also works as a black comedy. This was a huge change of pace from the original ''Film/{{Frankenstein1931}}'', which was straight horror. Director James Whale purposefully wanted to give the sequel a different tone to stand on it's own.
7th Jul '16 2:12:38 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* ''Film/TheBrideOfFrankenstein'' might very well be the first self-aware horror film, and while it's still a dark film with deep themes and genuine terror, it also works as a black comedy. This was a huge change of pace from the original ''Film/{{Frankenstein1931}}'', which was straight horror. Director James Whale purposefully wanted to give the sequel a different tone to stand on it's own.
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