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12th Nov '17 6:02:57 PM SonSon
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** Opening 20 has a sequence where Sanji wears a long red cape that flows in the wind. After three episodes, it is changed so that the cape becomes a frame for [[spoiler:brief scenes of Sanji and Luffy's fight.]] This opening also shadows the portraits of the ministers Katakuri, Smoothie, Compote, Daifuku and Oven until their debut on the show.
6th Oct '17 3:46:44 PM Abodos
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* ''[[VideoGame/MetroidPrime Metroid Prime Trilogy]]'' has the main menu set inside Samus' ArmCannon. After choosing a game and save file to load, the camera zooms out while Samus turns and shoots as transition into the game. The armor she's wearing while doing this is the same as the suit she's currently wearing in the save file you loaded. In ''Corruption'', it even has different models of Samus' PED Suit as it gets more and more corrupted as the game progresses.

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* ''[[VideoGame/MetroidPrime Metroid Prime Trilogy]]'' ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' has the main menu set inside Samus' ArmCannon. After choosing a game and save file to load, the camera zooms out while Samus turns and shoots as transition into the game. The armor she's wearing while doing this is the same as the suit she's currently wearing in the save file you loaded. In ''Corruption'', ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', it even has different models of Samus' PED Suit as it gets more and more corrupted as the game progresses.
15th Sep '17 3:37:11 AM DuPinz
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** In Season 2, the scene where [=BoJack=] is harassed by paparazzi in a supermarket is changed to him wandering around on the set of [[spoiler:the ''Secretariat'' movie]]. Starting season 3 it's changed to [[spoiler:the movie theater that is showing the ''Secretariat'' movie itself]]; in season 4 it's a kaleidoscopic montage of several characters.

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** In Season 2, the scene where [=BoJack=] is harassed by paparazzi in a supermarket is changed to him wandering around on the set of [[spoiler:the ''Secretariat'' movie]]. Starting season 3 it's changed to [[spoiler:the movie theater that is showing the ''Secretariat'' movie itself]]; in season 4 it's a kaleidoscopic montage of several characters.important characters in Bojack's life, both living and dead.



** Starting from the fourth episode of season 4, the window glass is replaced and [[spoiler: Hollyhock]] joins Bojack in the house.

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** Starting from the fourth episode of season 4, the window glass is replaced and replaced. [[spoiler: Hollyhock]] joins Bojack the house sequence and is followed not long after by [[spoiler: Beatrice]], before they both disappear in the house.last two episodes leaving the apartment as empty as before.
11th Sep '17 2:11:27 AM DuPinz
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** In Season 2, the scene where [=BoJack=] is harassed by paparazzi in a supermarket is changed to him wandering around on the set of [[spoiler:the ''Secretariat'' movie]]. Starting season 3 it's changed to [[spoiler:the movie theater that is showing the ''Secretariat'' movie itself]].

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** In Season 2, the scene where [=BoJack=] is harassed by paparazzi in a supermarket is changed to him wandering around on the set of [[spoiler:the ''Secretariat'' movie]]. Starting season 3 it's changed to [[spoiler:the movie theater that is showing the ''Secretariat'' movie itself]].itself]]; in season 4 it's a kaleidoscopic montage of several characters.



** In season 3, the apartment is changed to add paraphernalia from the "Cabracadabra" taxi service that Todd runs starting with "Stop the Presses". After "It's You" the main window is broken [[spoiler:because Bojack put a Tesla through it during a party he threw, and he's the only one in the building because he broke his friendships with Princess Carolyn, Diane and Todd]]. Sarah Lynn also disappears from the intro [[spoiler:once she dies in]] "That's Too Much, Man!"

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** In season 3, the apartment is changed to add paraphernalia from the "Cabracadabra" taxi service that Todd runs starting with "Stop the Presses". After "It's You" the main window is broken [[spoiler:because Bojack put a Tesla through it during a party he threw, and he's the only one in the building because he broke his friendships with Princess Carolyn, Diane and Todd]]. Sarah Lynn also disappears from the intro [[spoiler:once she dies in]] "That's Too Much, Man!"Man!", leaving Bojack all alone.
** Starting from the fourth episode of season 4, the window glass is replaced and [[spoiler: Hollyhock]] joins Bojack in the house.
9th Sep '17 2:35:27 PM Robbyn
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** Parodied in "He's Bla-ack!" with the official return of Cleveland Brown to Quahog following the cancellation of [[WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow his spin-off]]. He stops the opening and replaces the poor Mort Goldman in the chorus line.
10th Aug '17 3:35:49 AM Gairyuki
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** Not quite. ''Blade'' plays this straight for some episodes past [[spoiler: Leangle's]] debut, properly updating the first opening's visuals to reflect such before they changed the opening altogether. Incidentally, [[spoiler: Mutsuki]] is actually present from the first iteration, right before Tachibana's shot, albeit with him pulling his hat over his face to hide it until his debut as a Rider.


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** Series/KamenRiderExAid may be reigning king of this trope in the franchise, constantly making minor aesthetics to reflect plot developments, such as new forms, Riders, character deaths, and [[spoiler: who the current main BigBad is]]. This applies even after the more significant evolution starting episode 25. The most egregious case is the differences between the openings of episodes 36 and 37. The former [[spoiler: reinstates the resurrected and now evil Kiriya, scowling in a black jacket]] into his usual spot. 37, on the other hand, , to reflect the two significant plot developments in the previous episode, immediately changes THAT to show [[spoiler: the revived Kiriya was only a ReverseMole, his personal shot changed again to have him smiling with his usual brown jacket, and is back on the heroes' side. Not to mention the addition of [[GoldenSuperMode Hyper Muteki Ex-Aid]] in the form exhibition.]]
8th Aug '17 11:43:33 AM rjd1922
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* ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa: The Animation'' 's ending pans out from a picture featuring Makoto Naegi and everyone who has died up to that point. Episode 10 onwards changes the picture to include all 15 students.

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* ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa: The Animation'' 's Animation'''s ending pans out from a picture featuring Makoto Naegi and everyone who has died up to that point. Episode 10 onwards changes the picture to include all 15 students.
8th Aug '17 11:29:02 AM rjd1922
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* ''Anime/DanganRonpa'' 's ending pans out from a picture featuring Naegi Makoto and everyone who has died up to that point. Episode 10 onwards changes the picture to include all 15 students.
** After the introduction of [[spoiler: Genocider Syo]], the opening slightly changes to show them as well.

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* ''Anime/DanganRonpa'' ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa: The Animation'' 's ending pans out from a picture featuring Naegi Makoto Naegi and everyone who has died up to that point. Episode 10 onwards changes the picture to include all 15 students.
** After the introduction of [[spoiler: Genocider [[spoiler:Genocider Syo]], the opening slightly changes to show them as well.



** The ''Side:Despair'' opening changes again starting episode 6. The biggest change is that the formerly light and pastel color palette is much darker, resulting in everyone (sans Nanami) having [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]]. There are several other changes, starting with the question mark being removed from the English phrase "Hello, Hope's Peak High School?." The part showing Kamukura and Hinata has Hinata being only a flickering image within the silhouette of Kamukura's hair, reflecting [[spoiler:his personality having been surgically erased in order for him to become Kamukura.]] Finally, Nanami is seen smiling when she turns around, as opposed to the neutral expression she had in the previous version. There's also the grow-up version of Saionji.

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** The ''Side:Despair'' opening changes again starting episode 6. The biggest change is that the formerly light and pastel color palette is much darker, resulting in everyone (sans Chiaki Nanami) having [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]]. There are several other changes, starting with the question mark being removed from the English phrase "Hello, Hope's Peak High School?." The part showing Kamukura and Hinata has Hinata being only a flickering image within the silhouette of Kamukura's hair, reflecting [[spoiler:his personality having been surgically erased in order for him to become Kamukura.]] Finally, Nanami is seen smiling when she turns around, as opposed to the neutral expression she had in the previous version. There's also the grow-up grown-up version of Saionji.



* In ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'', every time someone dies, their clip in the opening sequence and their picture in the cut-ins just before the class trial are shaded red. Also, when [[spoiler:Nidai]] receives life-threatening injuries that prevent [[spoiler:him]] from participating in the class trial, [[spoiler:his]] picture is shaded a darker hue than the rest.

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* In ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'', every time someone dies, their clip in the opening sequence and their picture in the cut-ins just before the class trial are shaded red. Also, when [[spoiler:Nidai]] [[spoiler:Nekomaru Nidai]] receives life-threatening injuries that prevent [[spoiler:him]] from participating in the class trial, [[spoiler:his]] picture is shaded a darker hue than the rest.
1st Aug '17 4:20:37 AM redqueen
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* In ''Manga/WelcomeToTheBallroom'''s closing credits, Tatara is shown dancing on his own in the first four episodes. Starting in episode 5, [[spoiler: after he's partnered with Mako, he's shown dancing with her instead.]]
26th Jul '17 8:51:26 PM nombretomado
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* The opening speech of the WesternAnimation/SupermanTheatricalCartoons underwent a small change after Franchise/{{Superman}} learned how to fly. Originally, it went, "Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound!" The updated speech used, "Able to soar higher than any plane!" for the third line. Then, when production transferred from [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] to FamousStudios, the speech completely changed. Also, the only short in which Superman used his X-ray vision ("The Mechanical Monsters") added the line "Empowered with X-ray vision" and briefly shows X-rays coming from Superman's eyes during the intro.

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* The opening speech of the WesternAnimation/SupermanTheatricalCartoons underwent a small change after Franchise/{{Superman}} learned how to fly. Originally, it went, "Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound!" The updated speech used, "Able to soar higher than any plane!" for the third line. Then, when production transferred from [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] to FamousStudios, Creator/FamousStudios, the speech completely changed. Also, the only short in which Superman used his X-ray vision ("The Mechanical Monsters") added the line "Empowered with X-ray vision" and briefly shows X-rays coming from Superman's eyes during the intro.
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