History Main / GeckoEnding

11th Dec '17 8:44:40 AM Cindy67917
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** Inverted as of 2014 with Book of Circus picking up where the anime's canon episodes left off (episode 15) with a filler (though heavily inspired by Chapter 5 of the manga) reintroduction to Black Butler's main duo (as it was out of the air for a long time) and followed by 9 episodes adapting the Noah's Ark Circus arc, then further followed by Book of Murder, two hour-long [=OVA=]s adapting the Phantomhive Manor Murders arc.

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** Inverted as of 2014 with Book of Circus picking up where the anime's canon episodes left off (episode 15) with a filler (though heavily inspired by Chapter 5 of the manga) reintroduction to Black Butler's main duo (as it was out of the air for a long time) and followed by 9 episodes adapting the Noah's Ark Circus arc, then further followed by Book of Murder, two hour-long [=OVA=]s adapting the Phantomhive Manor Murders arc, then by Book of the Atlantic, an 100 minute long film adaptation of the Luxury Liner arc.
12th Oct '17 4:29:50 PM GamingFan1997
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* While the second ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' film diverged from the original by its second half, the third film outright abandons retelling the original story to [[spoiler:craft a new setting [[TimeSkip 14 years into the future]],]] firmly placing the films in an AlternateUniverse to the original. (Leaving aside fan theories about continuation.) This is a case where the original work had ''two'' endings, both of dubious value for thematically concluding the story.

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* While the second ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' film diverged from the original by its second half, the third film outright abandons retelling the original story to [[spoiler:craft a new setting [[TimeSkip 14 years into the future]],]] firmly placing the films in an AlternateUniverse to the original. (Leaving aside fan theories about continuation.) This is a case where the original work had ''two'' endings, [[GainaxEnding both of dubious value for thematically concluding the story.story]].
24th Sep '17 7:33:07 PM jormis29
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* ''Manga/CrossGame'' is one of the first series to use the aversion method mentioned in the description. Since Mitsuru Adachi had the whole manga mapped out before it began, the anime producers were able to create a faithful adaption of the entire manga, even though it was nearly a year away from ending when the anime began airing. Both the anime and manga concluded within a month of each other, with nearly identical endings.

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* ''Manga/CrossGame'' is one of the first series to use the aversion method mentioned in the description. Since Mitsuru Adachi Creator/MitsuruAdachi had the whole manga mapped out before it began, the anime producers were able to create a faithful adaption of the entire manga, even though it was nearly a year away from ending when the anime began airing. Both the anime and manga concluded within a month of each other, with nearly identical endings.
24th Sep '17 11:10:23 AM nombretomado
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** The series had five {{OVA}}s produced that picked up where the last canon episode by BeeTrain left off after the Rekord Country arc. The first three {{OVA}}s, Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations, continued exactly from that spot, which was good since those who didn't read the manga could still follow the story. Unfortunately, the second two {{OVA}}s, Shunraiki, picked up ''two whole arcs'' later after the Infinity and Celes arcs in the manga. Many fans who had not read the manga were pretty confused about what was happening.

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** The series had five {{OVA}}s produced that picked up where the last canon episode by BeeTrain Creator/BeeTrain left off after the Rekord Country arc. The first three {{OVA}}s, Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations, continued exactly from that spot, which was good since those who didn't read the manga could still follow the story. Unfortunately, the second two {{OVA}}s, Shunraiki, picked up ''two whole arcs'' later after the Infinity and Celes arcs in the manga. Many fans who had not read the manga were pretty confused about what was happening.
1st Sep '17 4:22:27 PM Jhonny
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** However, as the series went on, it began to diverge more and more from its source material, especially onward from Season 5. Examples of AdaptedOut, CompositeCharacter, DeathByAdaptation and even occasional SparedByAdaptation piled up and as Season 6 has completely overtaken the books on every plotline, whether even the major events of the show will happen in the books is anyone's guess. Only a few events, such as deaths of Shireen Baratheon and Hodor, have been confirmed by GRRM to be based on material already written for Book 6.

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** However, as the series went on, it began to diverge more and more from its source material, especially onward from Season 5. Examples of AdaptedOut, CompositeCharacter, DeathByAdaptation and even occasional SparedByAdaptation piled up and as Season 6 has completely overtaken the books on every plotline, whether even the major events of the show will happen in the books is anyone's guess. Only a few events, such as deaths of Shireen [[spoiler:Shireen Baratheon and Hodor, Hodor]], have been confirmed by GRRM to be based on material already written for Book 6.
21st Aug '17 3:03:21 AM Malachi108
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is an unusual case. Due to author George R.R. Martin's extremely slow release schedule (understandable given that each volume is longer than ''The Lord of the Rings''), there's the very real possibility of the show overtaking the book series. The show's producers have already ruled out putting the show on hiatus to wait for the novels to finish, so instead they had GRRM tell them all of the important plot points he had already planned out so they can properly prepare for future seasons. GRRM, who is now in his mid-60s, has also acknowledged that he has also done this as insurance should AuthorExistenceFailure occur prior to him being able to complete the books. That said, given the show's increasing penchant for making drastic changes to the source material, it is still quite possible that the end of the show will make some departures from Martin's planned ending. As of season seven, the show has greatly overtaken the books.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is an unusual case. Due to author George R.R. Martin's extremely slow release schedule (understandable given that each volume is longer than ''The Lord of the Rings''), there's the there has been very real possibility of the show overtaking the book series. series ever since the first season has aired. The show's producers have already ruled out putting the show on hiatus to wait for the novels to finish, so instead they had GRRM tell them all of the important plot points he had already planned out so they can could properly prepare for future seasons. GRRM, who is now in his mid-60s, has also acknowledged that he has also done this as insurance should AuthorExistenceFailure occur prior to him being able to complete the books. That said, given
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the show's increasing penchant for making drastic changes series went on, it began to the diverge more and more from its source material, it is still quite possible that especially onward from Season 5. Examples of AdaptedOut, CompositeCharacter, DeathByAdaptation and even occasional SparedByAdaptation piled up and as Season 6 has completely overtaken the end books on every plotline, whether even the major events of the show will make some departures from Martin's planned ending. As of season seven, happen in the show has greatly overtaken the books.books is anyone's guess. Only a few events, such as deaths of Shireen Baratheon and Hodor, have been confirmed by GRRM to be based on material already written for Book 6.
16th Aug '17 4:47:11 PM ZeroZmm
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Recently, some studios have averted this trope by timing the anime to end around the same time as the manga. By working closely with the creator, they can produce a faithful adaption of the ending before it's published, and in some cases before it's even been drawn. This is obviously rather tricky, so most studios still prefer one of the above options. They've likewise allowed mangas to get a chunk further into their stories before turning them into animes and finding stopping points so as not to catch up too quickly, essentially adopting a seasonal approch and seeing if viewers are willing to continue watching the show.

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Recently, some studios have averted this trope by timing the anime to end around the same time as the manga. By working closely with the creator, they can produce a faithful adaption of the ending before it's published, and in some cases before it's even been drawn. This is obviously rather tricky, so most studios still prefer one of the above options. They've likewise allowed mangas to get a chunk further into their stories before turning them into animes and finding stopping points so as not to catch up too quickly, essentially adopting a seasonal approch approach and seeing if viewers are willing to continue watching the show.
31st Jul '17 6:53:05 AM Shiki
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is an unusual case. Due to author George R.R. Martin's extremely slow release schedule (understandable given that each volume is longer than ''The Lord of the Rings''), there's the very real possibility of the show overtaking the book series. The show's producers have already ruled out putting the show on hiatus to wait for the novels to finish, so instead they had GRRM tell them all of the important plot points he had already planned out so they can properly prepare for future seasons. GRRM, who is now in his mid-60s, has also acknowledged that he has also done this as insurance should AuthorExistenceFailure occur prior to him being able to complete the books. That said, given the show's increasing penchant for making drastic changes to the source material, it is still quite possible that the end of the show will make some departures from Martin's planned ending. As of season six, the show has overtaken the books.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is an unusual case. Due to author George R.R. Martin's extremely slow release schedule (understandable given that each volume is longer than ''The Lord of the Rings''), there's the very real possibility of the show overtaking the book series. The show's producers have already ruled out putting the show on hiatus to wait for the novels to finish, so instead they had GRRM tell them all of the important plot points he had already planned out so they can properly prepare for future seasons. GRRM, who is now in his mid-60s, has also acknowledged that he has also done this as insurance should AuthorExistenceFailure occur prior to him being able to complete the books. That said, given the show's increasing penchant for making drastic changes to the source material, it is still quite possible that the end of the show will make some departures from Martin's planned ending. As of season six, seven, the show has greatly overtaken the books.
21st Jul '17 7:17:29 PM Galactic-Radiance
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* ''Manga/KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'''s anime ending was a gecko ending, only volume 2 of the manga had came out when they began the anime. Oddly enough,the anime and manga endings are remarkably similar.

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* ''Manga/KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'''s anime ending was a gecko ending, as only volume 2 two volumes of the manga had came come out when they began the anime. Oddly enough,the enough, the anime and manga endings are remarkably similar.
9th Jul '17 6:24:44 PM justanid
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* From episode 19 onward, the anime adaptation of ''Manga/AkameGaKill'' branches into an anime original ending just before starting up the Bolic assassination chapters, since the manga had not progressed much further than those episodes by the time the anime was produced. Several characters (most of both Wild Hunt, and the Rakshasa Demons, for example) ended up getting AdaptedOut, while others that were already introduced [[spoiler:died in a much different way than was established in the manga. Some of which ended up suffering from DeathByAdaptation]]. The manga actually followed much of the same plot beats from the anime's final battles, but [[spoiler:Kurome, Tatsumi and Mine]] survive to the end.

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* From episode 19 onward, the The [[Anime/AkameGaKill anime adaptation adaptation]] of ''Manga/AkameGaKill'' branches splits off into an anime original ending just before starting up at "Kill the Bolic assassination chapters, Fate"[[labelnote:note]]Chapter 36 / Episode 19[[/labelnote]], since the manga had not progressed much further than those episodes by the time the anime was produced. Several characters (most of both Wild Hunt, and the Rakshasa Demons, for example) ended up getting AdaptedOut, while others that were already introduced [[spoiler:died in a much different way than was established in the manga. Some of which ended up suffering from DeathByAdaptation]]. The manga actually followed much of the same plot beats from the anime's final battles, but [[spoiler:Kurome, Tatsumi and Mine]] survive to the end.
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