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14th May '18 11:42:36 AM rjd1922
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* Creator/AkiraToriyama has done this several times over for ''Manga/DragonBall'', designing characters for {{Filler}} like the Grand Kai (Dai Kaio), all the movie villains (yes, even Broly), and even contributing some to the less-popular ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' (designing the RobotBuddy Gill and the teenage version of Pan). He also does work for video games, having designed a lot of the content for ''VideoGame/DragonBallOnline'' (including the antagonists Towa and Mira and the Time Patrol version of Future Trunks, ideas that would later turn up in ''VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse'') as well as Android #21 from ''VideoGame/DragonBallFighterz''.

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* Creator/AkiraToriyama has done this several times over for ''Manga/DragonBall'', designing characters for {{Filler}} like the Grand Kai (Dai Kaio), all the movie villains (yes, even Broly), and even contributing some to the less-popular ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' (designing the RobotBuddy Gill and the teenage version of Pan). He also does work for video games, having designed a lot of the content for ''VideoGame/DragonBallOnline'' (including the antagonists Towa and Mira and the Time Patrol version of Future Trunks, ideas that would later turn up in ''VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse'') as well as Android #21 from ''VideoGame/DragonBallFighterz''.''VideoGame/DragonBallFighterz'' and Shallot, Zanha, and the Hooded Figure in ''VideoGame/DragonBallLegends''.
1st Apr '18 4:54:02 PM mouschilight
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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Sakura's parents, Mebuki and Kizashi Haruno, were created by Creator/MasashiKishimoto. However, they made their first debut in the sixth [[{{Filler}} non-canon]] ''Shippuden'' movie, ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]'', and their subsequent appearances have only been in the ''Shippuden'' anime {{Filler}}.

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* In Creator/MasashiKishimoto, the creator of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', designed Sakura's parents, Mebuki and Kizashi Haruno, were created by Creator/MasashiKishimoto. However, they made their first debut in the sixth [[{{Filler}} non-canon]] ''Shippuden'' movie, Kizashi, specifically for ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]'', and Ninja]]''. However, like all of the previous films in the franchise, ''Road to Ninja'' is [[NonSerialMovie non-canon]]. Also, their subsequent appearances have only been in the ''Shippuden'' anime {{Filler}}.{{filler}}. In [[http://web.archive.org/web/20170924111946/http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:164031 this 2014 Fuji TV Kobayashi interview]], Kishimoto reveals that [[TheScrappy Sakura's unpopularity]] and [[CreatorsPest his own antipathy towards her]] are the reasons why her parents are not canon.


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* ''VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStormRevolution'' features Mecha-Naruto, who was created by Creator/MasashiKishimoto himself, and it was brought into the ''[[Manga/{{Naruto}} Naruto Shippuden]]'' anime for a {{Filler}} arc made to promote the game. Despite the arc airing around the time of the game's release, Mecha-Naruto's origin and storyline had to be slightly altered to better fit the anime, but not the canon continuity.
10th Feb '18 8:55:55 PM Etheru
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* ''VideoGame/SaveTheLight'' features two characters, Hessonite and Squaridot, both of whom were created with the assistance of the writing crew of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''.

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* ''VideoGame/SaveTheLight'' ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse: VideoGame/SaveTheLight'' features two characters, Hessonite and Squaridot, both of whom were created with the assistance of the writing crew of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''.the series proper.
25th Jan '18 7:13:41 PM mouschilight
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* Sakura's parents from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' were created by Masashi Kishimoto for ''Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja''. Kishimoto has stated that he always intended to introduce the pair in the manga, but never found the correct time to do so.

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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Sakura's parents from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' parents, Mebuki and Kizashi Haruno, were created by Masashi Kishimoto for ''Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja''. Kishimoto has stated that he always intended to introduce the pair Creator/MasashiKishimoto. However, they made their first debut in the manga, but never found sixth [[{{Filler}} non-canon]] ''Shippuden'' movie, ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]'', and their subsequent appearances have only been in the correct time to do so.''Shippuden'' anime {{Filler}}.
31st Dec '17 10:20:49 AM Gamermaster
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* The ''Konjiki no Gash!!'' (''Manga/ZatchBell'') manga began with Kiyomaro (Kiyo) discovering Gash (Zatch)'s powers; they didn't meet a "mamo'''n'''o" ("mamo'''d'''o") team until the next chapter. The anime (''Konjiki no Gash Bell!!''[[note]]Both the English anime and manga (translated in that order) use the "Zatch Bell" name.[[/note]]) stuffed what many fans believed to be a non-canonical mamono / mamodo team in the first episode, Hyde and Eido. This was reinforced by the plot point that everyone's spellbooks would tell its owners how many mamono / mamodo were left in the battle, something not shown in the anime. However, [[spoiler:at the end of the manga when all the defeated mamono / mamodo show up to lend their powers to Gash / Zatch, Hyde is among the mamono / mamodo that appear. Apparently in the manga he was defeated by someone else offscreen, and WordofGod is that despite a cameo during Megumi's concert early in the series, the animation studio and Makoto Raiku himself forgot about him all the way until the Faudo arc was going on, meaning there was nowhere else to use the team again.]]

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* The ''Konjiki no Gash!!'' (''Manga/ZatchBell'') manga began with Kiyomaro (Kiyo) discovering Gash (Zatch)'s powers; they didn't meet a "mamo'''n'''o" ("mamo'''d'''o") team until the next chapter. The anime (''Konjiki no Gash Bell!!''[[note]]Both the English anime and manga (translated in that order) use the "Zatch Bell" name.[[/note]]) stuffed what many fans believed to be a non-canonical mamono / mamodo team in the first episode, Hyde and Eido. This was reinforced by the plot point that everyone's spellbooks would tell its owners how many mamono / mamodo were left in the battle, something not shown in the anime. However, [[spoiler:at the end of the manga when all the defeated mamono / mamodo show up to lend their powers to Gash / Zatch, Hyde is among the mamono / mamodo that appear. Apparently in the manga he was defeated by someone else offscreen, and WordofGod WordOfGod is that despite a cameo during Megumi's concert early in the series, the animation studio and Makoto Raiku himself forgot about him all the way until the Faudo arc was going on, meaning there was nowhere else to use the team again.]]
23rd Dec '17 2:35:17 PM Smeagol17
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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and either was removed for whatever reason or there wasn't a good opportunity to introduce the character, while the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored. Also, the creators of the adaptation may get the original creator to make the new character for their storyline (or at least character's design or outline) to increase it's 'legitimacy' or just to make sure it is consistent with original characters.

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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and either was removed for whatever reason or there wasn't a good opportunity to introduce the character, while the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored. Also, the creators of the adaptation may get the original creator to make the a new character for their storyline (or at least character's design or outline) to increase it's 'legitimacy' or just to make sure it is consistent with original characters.
23rd Dec '17 2:29:49 PM Smeagol17
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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and either was removed for whatever reason or there wasn't a good opportunity to introduce the character, while the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored. Also, the creators of the adaptation may get the original creator to make the new character for their storyline (or at least character's design or outline) to increase it's 'legitemacy' or just to make sure it is consistent with original characters.

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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and either was removed for whatever reason or there wasn't a good opportunity to introduce the character, while the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored. Also, the creators of the adaptation may get the original creator to make the new character for their storyline (or at least character's design or outline) to increase it's 'legitemacy' 'legitimacy' or just to make sure it is consistent with original characters.
23rd Dec '17 2:29:12 PM Smeagol17
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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and either was removed for whatever reason or there wasn't a good opportunity to introduce the character, while the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored. Also, the creators of the adaptation may get the original creator to make the new character for their storyline (or at least it's design or outline) to increase it's 'legitemacy' or just to make sure it is consistent with original characters.

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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and either was removed for whatever reason or there wasn't a good opportunity to introduce the character, while the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored. Also, the creators of the adaptation may get the original creator to make the new character for their storyline (or at least it's character's design or outline) to increase it's 'legitemacy' or just to make sure it is consistent with original characters.
15th Dec '17 10:18:56 PM Etheru
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* ''VideoGame/StevenUniverseSaveTheLight'' features two characters, Hessonite and Squaridot, both of whom were created with the assistance of the writing crew of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''.

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* ''VideoGame/StevenUniverseSaveTheLight'' ''VideoGame/SaveTheLight'' features two characters, Hessonite and Squaridot, both of whom were created with the assistance of the writing crew of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''.
15th Dec '17 10:18:37 PM Etheru
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* ''VideoGame/StevenUniverseSaveTheLight'' features two characters, Hessonite and Squaridot, both of whom were created with the assistance of the writing crew of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''.
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