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19th Jun '16 5:21:54 AM PF
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* Masami Tsuda despised what [[Creator/StudioGainax Gainax]] did to the animated version of ''Manga/KareKano'' so much that she had it cancelled after one season. She wanted a more character and plot-driven story (and in fact, the manga becomes ''very'' dark as it goes on), but director Creator/HideakiAnno had inserted lots of screwball comedy to try for some balance, as he had just finished working on the rather dark and self-psychoanalytical ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' (for reference, Anno suffers from chronic depression). Tsuda then got so upset that she demanded for Anno to be fired from the adaptation, at which point Anno straight-up quit, forcing Creator/{{Gainax}} to abruptly end the anime [[GeckoEnding gecko-style]].

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* Masami Tsuda despised what [[Creator/StudioGainax Gainax]] did to the animated version of ''Manga/KareKano'' so much that she had it cancelled after one season. She wanted a more character and plot-driven story (and in fact, the manga becomes ''very'' dark as it goes on), but director Creator/HideakiAnno had inserted lots of screwball comedy to try for some balance, as he had just finished working on the rather dark and self-psychoanalytical ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' (for reference, Anno suffers from chronic depression). Tsuda then got so upset that she demanded for Anno to be fired from the adaptation, at which point Anno straight-up quit, forcing Creator/{{Gainax}} [[Creator/StudioGainax Gainax]] to abruptly end the anime [[GeckoEnding gecko-style]].
18th Jun '16 5:04:45 PM Anicomicgeek
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* When creating Ashley Kafka for ''Franchise/SpiderMan'', J.M. [=DeMatteis=] based and named her after a friend of his, Frayda Kafka. The real life Karka wasn't happy with the character being {{Gender Flip}}ped and [[AdaptationalVillainy made into a villain]] for ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'', nor for that matter, is she happy with [[ComicBook/DanSlottSpiderMan Dan Slott killing her off]].

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* When creating Ashley Kafka for ''Franchise/SpiderMan'', J.M. [=DeMatteis=] based and named her after a friend of his, Frayda Kafka. The real life Karka Kafka [[http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2014/05/spider-man-real-life-dr-kafka wasn't happy happy]] with the character being {{Gender Flip}}ped and [[AdaptationalVillainy made into a villain]] for ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'', nor for that matter, is she happy with [[ComicBook/DanSlottSpiderMan Dan Slott killing her off]].
11th Jun '16 6:25:03 AM PF
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* Aversion: While AlanMoore doesn't like any of the movies of his work, there ''is'' one--and only one--adaptation he has gone on record as approving: the JusticeLeagueUnlimited episode "For the Man Who Has Everything", which was an adaptation of his story from Superman Annual #11.
* WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016 is this for Creator/CraigMcCracken. On Twitter, [[https://twitter.com/CrackMcCraigen/status/736286528259788802 he said that he was opposed to them reviving the series in the first place]], [[https://twitter.com/CrackMcCraigen/status/736294454739369985 but understood from a business perspective as to why they brought it back]].

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* Aversion: While AlanMoore Creator/AlanMoore doesn't like any of the movies of his work, there ''is'' one--and only one--adaptation he has gone on record as approving: the JusticeLeagueUnlimited ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' episode "For the Man Who Has Everything", which was an adaptation of his story from Superman ''Superman Annual #11.
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* WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016 ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016'' is this for Creator/CraigMcCracken. On Twitter, He stated on Twitter [[https://twitter.com/CrackMcCraigen/status/736286528259788802 he said that he was opposed to them Cartoon Network reviving the series in the first place]], place,]] [[https://twitter.com/CrackMcCraigen/status/736294454739369985 but understood from a business perspective as to why they brought it back]].did it.]]
11th Jun '16 5:23:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* Jean M. Auel hated the film version of ''The Clan of the Cave Bear'' so much that she sued the filmmakers and bought back the movie rights.
* Creator/FrankMiller said that [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2014/08/19/frank-miller-tells-playboy-about-how-rod-stewart-took-away-masculinity/ he hates all of the Batman movies]]. Though very little from the Dark Knight returns and Year One have found their way into the theatrical versions.

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* Jean M. Auel hated the film version of ''The Clan of the Cave Bear'' ''Literature/ClanOfTheCaveBear'' so much that she sued the filmmakers and bought back the movie rights.
* Creator/FrankMiller said that [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2014/08/19/frank-miller-tells-playboy-about-how-rod-stewart-took-away-masculinity/ he hates all of the Batman movies]]. Though very little from the Dark Knight returns ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'' and Year One ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne'' have found their way into the theatrical versions.
10th Jun '16 4:02:32 PM Psychopulse
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* WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016 is this for Creator/CraigMcCracken. On Twitter, [[https://twitter.com/CrackMcCraigen/status/736286528259788802 he said that he was opposed to them reviving the series in the first place]], [[https://twitter.com/CrackMcCraigen/status/736294454739369985 but understood from a business perspective as to why they brought it back]].
4th Jun '16 6:55:56 PM SilverFang
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* ''DGrayMan'' was this to manga creator, Hoshino Katsura. The original anime adaptation ran from 06-08, with 103 episodes. And it made changes from the source material, through adding filler, or making changes to scenes and characters. When the studio wanted to make Hallow, and release it with the manga, Hoshino told them no. She hated the changes the last anime made, and didn't think a new anime would be successful. So she had to be heavily persuaded to give Hallow a green-light. But now, she is supervising the anime, possibly to make sure they stay on-point with her story and characters.

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* ''DGrayMan'' was this to the manga creator, Hoshino Katsura.katsura. The original anime adaptation ran from 06-08, with 103 episodes. And it made changes from the source material, through adding filler, or making changes to scenes and characters. When the studio wanted to make Hallow, and release it with the manga, Hoshino told them no. She hated the changes the last anime made, and didn't think a new anime would be successful. So she had to be heavily persuaded to give Hallow a green-light. But now, she is supervising the anime, possibly to make sure they stay on-point with her story and characters.
4th Jun '16 6:52:01 PM SilverFang
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*''DGrayMan'' was this to manga creator, Hoshino Katsura. The original anime adaptation ran from 06-08, with 103 episodes. And it made changes from the source material, through adding filler, or making changes to scenes and characters. When the studio wanted to make Hallow, and release it with the manga, Hoshino told them no. She hated the changes the last anime made, and didn't think a new anime would be successful. So she had to be heavily persuaded to give Hallow a green-light. But now, she is supervising the anime, possibly to make sure they stay on-point with her story and characters.
31st May '16 5:13:19 PM bowserbros
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* Masami Tsuda despised what [[Creator/StudioGainax Gainax]] did to the animated version of ''Manga/KareKano'' so much that she had it cancelled after one season. She wanted a more character and plot-driven story (and in fact, the manga becomes ''very'' dark as it goes on), but Gainax had inserted lots of screwball comedy to try for some balance. Tsuda then got so upset that she demanded for Creator/HideakiAnno to be fired from the adaptation.

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* Masami Tsuda despised what [[Creator/StudioGainax Gainax]] did to the animated version of ''Manga/KareKano'' so much that she had it cancelled after one season. She wanted a more character and plot-driven story (and in fact, the manga becomes ''very'' dark as it goes on), but Gainax director Creator/HideakiAnno had inserted lots of screwball comedy to try for some balance. balance, as he had just finished working on the rather dark and self-psychoanalytical ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' (for reference, Anno suffers from chronic depression). Tsuda then got so upset that she demanded for Creator/HideakiAnno Anno to be fired from the adaptation.adaptation, at which point Anno straight-up quit, forcing Creator/{{Gainax}} to abruptly end the anime [[GeckoEnding gecko-style]].
30th May '16 2:20:05 PM falcon2484
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* Jacqueline Susann was disgusted with the film adaptation of ''Literature/ValleyOfTheDolls'', saying, "The first time I saw it was on a press junket. There was supposed to be a party after the film. I went back to my cabin, took two Seconals and a slug of Scotch....It was a very embarrassing thing." Likewise, one of its stars, Patty Duke, commented, "I need an air-sick bag to sit through that movie."
30th May '16 1:30:58 PM Saurubiker
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* Yoshihisa Kishimoto, creator of the ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' series, disliked the [[UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem Master System]] port of the first game produced by Creator/{{Sega}}, claiming that Sega focused too much on trying to faithfully reproduce the arcade version's level designs, moves and enemy characters on a less capable hardware at the expense of the game's playability and visuals. He said that Sega should've instead [[ReformulatedGame remade the game completely]] around the Master System's hardware specs, much like his own team did when they were working on the NES version.

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* Yoshihisa Kishimoto, creator of the ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' series, disliked the [[UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem Master System]] port of the first game produced published by Creator/{{Sega}}, claiming that Sega the developers (later revealed to be Creator/ArcSystemWorks working under a contractual basis) focused too much on trying to faithfully reproduce the arcade version's level designs, moves and enemy characters on a less capable hardware at the expense of the game's playability and visuals. He said that Sega should've instead [[ReformulatedGame remade the game completely]] around the Master System's hardware specs, much like his own team did when they were working on produced the NES version.
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