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2nd Feb '17 11:15:46 AM DoctorRayman
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* While the first game in the ''VideoGame/SegaSuperstars'' series was made by Sonic Team, itís only after Sumo Digital started working on the series (particularly with the racing installments) that it gained popularity among fans.
31st Jan '17 9:30:05 PM thecarolinabull01
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** Creator/BenDiskin is usually remembered as ''the'' Eugene, despite having been the third actor to voice him. He lasted three seasons in the part, and was the only one of the four boys who played him to have continued with voice acting after hitting puberty, thus establishing Eugene as one of the "breakthrough" roles of Diskin's career.

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** Creator/BenDiskin is usually remembered as ''the'' Eugene, despite having been the third actor to voice him. He lasted three seasons in the part, and was the only one of the four boys who played him to have continued with voice acting after hitting puberty, puberty (and one of the few child actors on the show in general to have done so), thus establishing Eugene as one of the "breakthrough" roles of Diskin's career.



*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke (who voiced a few {{OneShotCharacter}}s after he was replaced), appeared ''only'' as Arnold and made the most appearances as the Football Head[[note]]He's Arnold for 37 of the show's 100 episodes plus TheMovie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, and 3 for Alex D. Linz.[[/note]]. Each of the four voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and somewhat exaggerated goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually depicted in {{fanon}}.

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*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke (who voiced a few {{OneShotCharacter}}s Sandy and Ludwig after he was replaced), appeared ''only'' as Arnold and made the most appearances as the Football Head[[note]]He's Arnold for 37 of the show's 100 episodes plus TheMovie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, and 3 for Alex D. Linz.[[/note]]. Each of the four voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and somewhat exaggerated goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually depicted in {{fanon}}.
31st Jan '17 7:44:36 AM OlfinBedwere
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** To a lesser extent this applies to Harve Bennett, who produced the second through fifth films. After the TroubledProduction of ''Film/StarTrekTheMotionPicture'' resulted in that film being produced ''way'' over-budget and led to Creator/GeneRoddenberry getting kicked upstairs, Bennett took over the film series, hired Meyer to direct the second film and proved that a ''Star Trek'' film could be made much more economically. He's not held in ''quite'' the same esteem as Meyer, however, due to the [[Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock third]] and [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier fifth]] films -- made without Meyer's involvement -- being SoOkayItsAverage and a critical and commercial disaster respectively.
29th Jan '17 7:00:05 PM bt8257
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** Roger Stern's run is also considered to be a big highlight of the character's history, and the Hobgoblin - the most prominent villain and storyline developed during his run - is considered to not only be a fan favourite character, but one of the last great Spider-Man villains.

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** Roger Stern's run is also considered to be a big highlight of the character's history, and the Hobgoblin - the most prominent villain and storyline developed during his run - is considered to not only be a fan favourite favorite character, but one of the last great Spider-Man villains.
24th Jan '17 10:30:47 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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Compare AdaptationDisplacement, CantUnHearIt, and CoveredUp. When done with a singular character, it may be a result of being the CreatorsFavorite. Contrast RunningTheAsylum, where such people are often regarded as [[WickedStepmother evil step-parents]], and OnlyTheCreatorDoesItRight, where fans think a work is better when its creator is actively involved in it.

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Compare AdaptationDisplacement, CantUnHearIt, BetterThanCanon, and CoveredUp. When done with a singular character, it may be a result of being the CreatorsFavorite. Contrast RunningTheAsylum, where such people are often regarded as [[WickedStepmother evil step-parents]], and OnlyTheCreatorDoesItRight, where fans think a work is better when its creator is actively involved in it.
22nd Jan '17 7:41:28 PM thecarolinabull01
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*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke, appeared ''only'' as Arnold and made the most appearances as the Football Head[[note]]He's Arnold for 37 of the show's 100 episodes plus TheMovie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, and 3 for Alex D. Linz.[[/note]]. Each of the four voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and somewhat exaggerated goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually depicted in {{fanon}}.

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*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke, Dyke (who voiced a few {{OneShotCharacter}}s after he was replaced), appeared ''only'' as Arnold and made the most appearances as the Football Head[[note]]He's Arnold for 37 of the show's 100 episodes plus TheMovie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, and 3 for Alex D. Linz.[[/note]]. Each of the four voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and somewhat exaggerated goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually depicted in {{fanon}}.
22nd Jan '17 7:37:14 PM thecarolinabull01
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': Most of the kids in the series had multiple actors, but there would be one who fans would consider ''the'' actor.
** Creator/BenDiskin is usually remembered as ''the'' Eugene, despite having been the third actor to voice him. He lasted three seasons in the part, and was the only one of the four boys who played him to have continued with voice acting after hitting puberty, thus establishing Eugene as one of the "breakthrough" roles of Diskin's career.
** Adam Wylie was so memorable as Curly that he was ''brought back'' to the role after having been replaced - ''twice''. In fact, of the four actors to voice Curly, two of the others only lasted for one episode each, and the third (Michael Welch) appeared in only two.
** Arnold himself is a bit unclear. There have been a total of ''six'' Arnolds (counting the pilot and the upcoming ''Jungle Movie'')[[note]]J.D. Daniels in the pilot, Lane Toran Caudell in season 1, Philip Van Dyke in seasons 2 and 3, Spencer Klein in seasons 4 and 5 up to ''Hey Arnold! The Movie'', Alex D. Linz in the post-movie episodes of season 5 and Mason Vale Cotton in ''Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie''[[/note]] but two of them have a pretty good claim to being ''the'' Arnold.
*** Lane Toran (then known and credited as Toran Caudell) was the first Arnold on the show proper and only lasted one season in the part (though he subbed in for Philip Van Dyke in the season 2 MusicalEpisode "What's Opera, Arnold?" because Van Dyke wasn't a confident singer). Even after his voice broke, he remained with the show for its entirely as the bully Wolfgang, a role created specifically for him. Due to FirstInstallmentWins, he's often remembered as "the" Arnold by the media - in 2015, a widely-reported story (with pictures!) noted how "the voice of Arnold" was all grown up. Toran is also frequently invited to fan conventions and panels reminiscing about his time on the show, alongside Francesca Marie Smith.
*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke, appeared ''only'' as Arnold and made the most appearances as the Football Head[[note]]He's Arnold for 37 of the show's 100 episodes plus TheMovie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, and 3 for Alex D. Linz.[[/note]]. Each of the four voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and somewhat exaggerated goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually depicted in {{fanon}}.
21st Jan '17 2:35:01 AM Screwhorn77
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* In Russia, the children game show ''Zvyozdniy chas'' (roughly "Time to Shine") was created by Vlad Listyev in 1992 and initially flunctuated between hosts - before 1993, there was Alexey Yakubov, soon replaced by Vladimir Bolshov, and in the beginning of 1993, there was a duo of Igor Bushmelev and Yelena Shmeleva (Igor and Lena). It was not until April 1993 that Sergei Suponev (of ''UsefulNotes/{{Dendy}}: The New Reality'' fame) took over the hosting duties, and only since that the show did really found its legs and skyrocketed in popularity. Suponev ended up taking over the showrunner position, and ''Zvyosdniy chas'' was pretty much ''his'' show until [[AuthorExistencFailure his unfortunate death in 2001]]. Nowadays, when they talk about the show, they mean the Suponev-hosted programs; no one talks about the first two hosts, and Igor and Lena are only brought up to talk about their inferiority to Suponev.
20th Jan '17 5:09:19 AM Doug86
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** Creator/JohnMFord is (or was) regarded by many as the real daddy of the Klingons, via his novel ''Literature/TheFinalReflection'' and his work on the Klingon supplement for FASA's Star Trek roleplaying game. While many of the specifics of Klingon culture he invented have since been rendered non-canon, many still credit him with deepening the Klingons, shifting them from duplicitous Cold War-era Russian [[{{Expy}} Expies]] into {{Proud Warrior Race Guy}}s and setting the stage for further development in ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.

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** Creator/JohnMFord is (or was) regarded by many as the real daddy of the Klingons, via his novel ''Literature/TheFinalReflection'' and his work on the Klingon supplement for FASA's Star Trek roleplaying game. While many of the specifics of Klingon culture he invented have since been rendered non-canon, many still credit him with deepening the Klingons, shifting them from duplicitous Cold War-era Russian [[{{Expy}} Expies]] into {{Proud Warrior Race Guy}}s and setting the stage for further development in ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
19th Jan '17 7:10:33 PM Xtifr
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** A third faction of Ultramarines fans reject both Ward (for portraying the Ultramarines as a {{MarySue}} army) and [=McNeill=] (for portraying them as LawfulStupid) and instead hold Relic Entertainment and {{THQ}}, of all people, as the "true" authors of the Ultramarines, thanks to their work on the ''VideoGame/Warhammer40000SpaceMarine'' video game. This is largely due to the fact that ''Space Marine'' shows the Ultramarines as heroic, determined, and diligent without making them unstoppable and flawless (Ward) or hidebound to the point of incompetence regarding the Codex Astartes ([=McNeill=]).

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** A third faction of Ultramarines fans reject both Ward (for portraying the Ultramarines as a {{MarySue}} army) and [=McNeill=] (for portraying them as LawfulStupid) and instead hold Relic Entertainment and {{THQ}}, Creator/{{THQ}}, of all people, as the "true" authors of the Ultramarines, thanks to their work on the ''VideoGame/Warhammer40000SpaceMarine'' video game. This is largely due to the fact that ''Space Marine'' shows the Ultramarines as heroic, determined, and diligent without making them unstoppable and flawless (Ward) or hidebound to the point of incompetence regarding the Codex Astartes ([=McNeill=]).
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