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23rd Jan '16 7:07:42 PM jormis29
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* In the video game ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Conviction'', Sam Fisher starts the game wearing a dressed-down ensemble and a standard gun, which is a far cry from the iconic infiltration suit getup he wore in the first three games. Over the course of ''Conviction'', though, he eventually reverts back to the original getup by obtaining several key pieces of equipment (including his signature gun and trademark goggles).
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* In the video game ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Conviction'', ''VideoGame/SplinterCellConviction'', Sam Fisher starts the game wearing a dressed-down ensemble and a standard gun, which is a far cry from the iconic infiltration suit getup he wore in the first three games. Over the course of ''Conviction'', though, he eventually reverts back to the original getup by obtaining several key pieces of equipment (including his signature gun and trademark goggles).
23rd Jan '16 4:37:05 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Series/{{Batman}}'' television series from the sixties, AdamWest and Burt Ward spent most of the episodes in masks, albeit without white lenses like the masks from the comics. Considering the series was aimed mostly at children, this makes sense. It is however, played straight with Frank Gorshin who played the Riddler. Apparently, the Riddler mask was uncomfortable so Frank whipped it off every chance he had.
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* In the ''Series/{{Batman}}'' television series from the sixties, AdamWest Creator/AdamWest and Burt Ward spent most of the episodes in masks, albeit without white lenses like the masks from the comics. Considering the series was aimed mostly at children, this makes sense. It is however, played straight with Frank Gorshin who played the Riddler. Apparently, the Riddler mask was uncomfortable so Frank whipped it off every chance he had.
22nd Jan '16 7:20:09 PM ThatGuy0verthere
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* In the ''Series/{{Batman}}'' television series from the sixties, AdamWest and Burt Ward spent most of the episodes in masks, albeit without white lenses like the masks from the comics. Considering the series was aimed mostly at children, this makes sense. It is however, played straight with Frank Gorshen who played the Riddler. Apparently, the Riddler mask was uncomfortable so Frank whipped it off every chance he had.
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* In the ''Series/{{Batman}}'' television series from the sixties, AdamWest and Burt Ward spent most of the episodes in masks, albeit without white lenses like the masks from the comics. Considering the series was aimed mostly at children, this makes sense. It is however, played straight with Frank Gorshen Gorshin who played the Riddler. Apparently, the Riddler mask was uncomfortable so Frank whipped it off every chance he had.
28th Dec '15 1:30:40 PM Anddrix
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* While the back-and-forth transformations between Ben Grimm and The Thing are a staple of early ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' comics, [[Film/FantasticFour the movies]] spend a lot of time with a non-deformed DoctorDoom. The second one goes to especially great lengths to get Julian [=McMahon=] out of his metal mask.
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* While the back-and-forth transformations between Ben Grimm and The Thing are a staple of early ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' comics, [[Film/FantasticFour the movies]] spend a lot of time with a non-deformed DoctorDoom.Doctor Doom. The second one goes to especially great lengths to get Julian [=McMahon=] out of his metal mask.
11th Dec '15 7:06:05 AM comicwriter
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** The ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' SpinOff plays with this. Deadpool does wear his iconic costume and mask this time, but there are also a lot of {{Flashback}}s showing a pre-Deadpool Wade Wilson, ensuring that we get plenty of shots of Ryan Reynolds' handsome mug.
8th Dec '15 3:25:23 AM Morgenthaler
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[[folder: Film ]] * Both sequels to ''TheSantaClause'' feature a plotline that turns fat, old, jolly Saint Nick back into Tim Allen.
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[[folder: Film Films -- Animated ]] * Strangely, ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'' has Fiona turning back into a human for a while (with ''Shrek'' turning into a human as well)--maybe just to get mileage out of the model. Maybe the animators hoped to use it in promotional material that [[LateArrivalSpoiler wouldn't spoil viewers who hadn't seen the first one yet]]. [[/folder]] [[folder: Films -- Live-Action ]] * Both sequels to ''TheSantaClause'' ''Film/TheSantaClause'' feature a plotline that turns fat, old, jolly Saint Nick back into Tim Allen.

** ''{{Wolverine}}'' has a mask in the comics but Creator/BryanSinger could not find a suitable reason to give him a mask in the movie, not to mention, they had trouble making it look good in live-action. That said, Wolverine still has an iconic look out of his mask so the effect is not that noticeable.
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** ''{{Wolverine}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'' has a mask in the comics but Creator/BryanSinger could not find a suitable reason to give him a mask in the movie, not to mention, they had trouble making it look good in live-action. That said, Wolverine still has an iconic look out of his mask so the effect is not that noticeable.

* Strangely, the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' has Fiona turning back into a human for a while (with ''Shrek'' turning into a human as well)--maybe just to get mileage out of the model. Maybe the animators hoped to use it in promotional material that [[LateArrivalSpoiler wouldn't spoil viewers who hadn't seen the first one yet]].
8th Dec '15 3:23:11 AM Morgenthaler
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1st Dec '15 10:29:51 AM JamesAustin
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-->"''No actor is gonna let you pull a mask over their beautiful face the entire movie.''"
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-->"''No ->"''No actor is gonna let you pull a mask over their beautiful face the entire movie.''"
12th Nov '15 5:50:49 PM nombretomado
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** JimCarrey spends about half his screentime wearing the famous Riddler DominoMask, which makes sense, considering it doesn't hide much of his face. ** {{Robin}} only wears his mask in the climax but he more than makes up for it in ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' where both heroes have masks for much of the screentime.
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** JimCarrey Creator/JimCarrey spends about half his screentime wearing the famous Riddler DominoMask, which makes sense, considering it doesn't hide much of his face. ** {{Robin}} ComicBook/{{Robin}} only wears his mask in the climax but he more than makes up for it in ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' where both heroes have masks for much of the screentime.
21st Oct '15 8:50:40 AM Psyga315
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-->-- [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]], ''Comic Book Movie''
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-->-- [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner '''[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]], Bad]]''', ''Comic Book Movie''
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