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14th Oct '17 7:52:23 PM TroperDoper
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14th Oct '17 7:48:57 PM TroperDoper
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* Lutz goes from man-to-woman in the seventh instalment of the ''Witchcraft'' series. Given the series' flimsy continuity and constant recastings, such a change isn't much of a big deal.
12th Oct '17 5:43:44 AM TroperDoper
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*Julie Langford from ''VideoGame/BioShock'' was originally a man by the name of Holden Langford, but was changed into a female to add more female characters in the game.
4th Oct '17 10:19:58 PM sgamer82
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* In the original continuity of the ''Podcast/RedPandaAdventures'', a one-off mention is made of the Red Panda having had a teenage sidekick. In the main continuity episode "The World Next Door", we learn that said sidekick, the Flying Squirrel, was a boy named Kent Baxter. This is quite a shock to the main universe's Flying Squirrel, adult woman Kit Baxter, especially, as she later reveals, because Kent was the name her parents would have given her had she been born a boy. A Sequel Episode, "A Dish Best Served Cold", also makes reference to the Necromator, who the Red Panda assumes was a male version of one of his female supervillains, Professor Zombie.
4th Oct '17 1:01:26 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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** Dr. Solow and Preston in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E1WarriorsOfTheDeep Warriors of the Deep]]" were originally men, until director Pennant Roberts made them female.

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** Dr. Solow and Preston in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E1WarriorsOfTheDeep Warriors of the Deep]]" were originally men, until director Pennant Roberts made them female. Roberts usually gender-flipped at least one role in every story he directed.
1st Oct '17 6:05:41 PM Mephistopheles
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* In the film adaptation of the comic ''ComicBook/{{Alena}}'' Fabian becomes Fabienne.
1st Oct '17 2:01:29 PM comicwriter
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* In the ''Series/DeathNote'' live-action drama, Near, who is a boy in the manga, was played by a teenage girl and deliberately had their gender [[AmbiguousGender left ambiguous]].
30th Sep '17 7:55:23 PM nombretomado
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* Abe no Seimei is a she in ''[[VideoGame/OtogiMythOfDemons Otogi 2]]''. FromSoftware must like this trope, because this is not the first game of theres where Seimei is a woman.

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* Abe no Seimei is a she in ''[[VideoGame/OtogiMythOfDemons Otogi 2]]''. FromSoftware Creator/FromSoftware must like this trope, because this is not the first game of theres where Seimei is a woman.
26th Sep '17 12:01:51 PM comicwriter
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* In the adaptation of "The Greatest Robot in the World" storyline from the 2003 ''Anime/AstroBoy'' anime, Pluto doesn't kill Epsilon (the {{Gender Flip}}ped version of Photar), despite killing her equivalent in the original manga and previous TV shows.

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* In the adaptation of "The Greatest Robot in the World" storyline from the 2003 ''Anime/AstroBoy'' anime, Pluto doesn't kill series, Photar is reimagined as a woman called Epsilon. ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' splits the difference by keeping Epsilon (the {{Gender Flip}}ped version of Photar), despite killing her equivalent in the original manga and previous TV shows.male, but [[DudeLooksLikeALady giving him an extremely feminine appearance]].
26th Sep '17 12:00:27 PM comicwriter
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* In the adaptation of "The Greatest Robot in the World" storyline from the 2003 ''Anime/AstroBoy'' anime, Pluto doesn't kill Epsilon (the {{Gender Flip}}ped version of Photar), despite killing her equivalent in the original manga and previous TV shows.
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