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22nd Apr '17 11:10:28 PM thecarolinabull01
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*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke (who voiced {{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}}.

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*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke (who voiced {{OneShotCharacter}}s {{One Shot Character}}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}}.
10th Apr '17 3:00:56 PM nombretomado
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* While most of the original credit to the creation of SonicTheHedgehog goes to YujiNaka, this is actually divided between him as the programmer of the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog original game]], Naoto Oshima, the true creator and designer of the hedgehog, and Hirokazu Yasuhara, the designer of the first game's stages. Sadly, they have all since left [[{{Sega}} Sonic Team]] during certain points of their careers, there.

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* While most of the original credit to the creation of SonicTheHedgehog goes to YujiNaka, this is actually divided between him as the programmer of the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog original game]], Naoto Oshima, the true creator and designer of the hedgehog, and Hirokazu Yasuhara, the designer of the first game's stages. Sadly, they have all since left [[{{Sega}} [[Creator/{{Sega}} Sonic Team]] during certain points of their careers, there.
9th Apr '17 11:16:16 AM nombretomado
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* RubyGloom, including most of her supporting characters, were created by illustrator Martin Hsu. And while his designs were excellent (except for [[{{Gonk}} his version of Misery]]), it was the writers working for Creator/{{Nelvana}} who turned Gloomsville's residents into well-defined, fleshed-out characters.

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* RubyGloom, ''WesternAnimation/RubyGloom'', including most of her supporting characters, were created by illustrator Martin Hsu. And while his designs were excellent (except for [[{{Gonk}} his version of Misery]]), it was the writers working for Creator/{{Nelvana}} who turned Gloomsville's residents into well-defined, fleshed-out characters.
5th Apr '17 12:35:03 PM Pseudoname
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* Though 2K owns the license of ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'', Turtle Rock Studios is the one beloved by the fandom due to their connection to the community and actually being the ones to make the game. This attitude only intensified after 2K revoked TRS's use of the IP and [[BlatantLies called the game complete]], to which TRS responded by using their last few hours of authority to answer fan questions, wrap up the mysteries in the story, and talk about what they'd had planned.
1st Apr '17 5:50:49 AM AlternativeCola
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* Michael Dante Dimartino and Bryan Konietzko are the creators of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', but a sizable group of fans ([[BrokenBase mostly composed of those who disliked]] the SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLegendOfKorra'') have come to see head writer Aaron Ehasz as being the real driving force behind the first show. For these fans, [[FanNickname Bryke]] are considered to be amazing at art direction and crafting concepts, but to have little skill as actual writers.

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* Michael Dante Dimartino and Bryan Konietzko are the creators of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', but a sizable group of fans ([[BrokenBase mostly composed of those who disliked]] the SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLegendOfKorra'') have come to see head writer Aaron Ehasz as being the real driving force behind the first show. For these fans, fans (especially [[FanPreferredCouple Zutara]] fans since one of Ehasz's ideas for ATLA Book 4 was to have Zuko and Katara becoming a couple), [[FanNickname Bryke]] are considered to be amazing at art direction and crafting concepts, but to have little skill as actual writers.
9th Mar '17 8:04:34 PM C2
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** Starting right at the beginning, Creator/BillFinger actually did ''far'' more to create Franchise/{{Batman}} himself than his more famous boss, Bob Kane (who ''did'' come up with the name). It was Finger who invented the idea of Batman as a detective, the design of the costume, the Bruce Wayne identity and origin, Robin and the RoguesGallery: Catwoman, the Joker and the name "Gotham City". The number of UnbuiltTrope in the original comics, Joker's original unfunny characterization, greater violence, Batman's overall harshness, means that it remains a touchstone for later writers, with Finger's stories being ArmedWithCanon by Creator/AlanMoore and Creator/GrantMorrison. Finger finally got credited by DC in late 2015.

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** Starting right at the beginning, Creator/BillFinger actually did ''far'' more to create Franchise/{{Batman}} himself than his more famous boss, Bob Kane (who ''did'' come up with the name). It was Finger who invented the idea of Batman as a detective, the design of the costume, the Bruce Wayne identity and origin, Robin and the RoguesGallery: Catwoman, the Joker and the name "Gotham City". The number of UnbuiltTrope in the original comics, Joker's original unfunny characterization, greater violence, Batman's overall harshness, means that it remains a touchstone for later writers, with Finger's stories being ArmedWithCanon by Creator/AlanMoore and Creator/GrantMorrison. Finger finally got started to get credited by DC in late 2015.
6th Mar '17 12:32:08 AM C2
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** Starting right at the beginning, Creator/BillFinger actually did ''far'' more to create Franchise/{{Batman}} himself than his more famous boss, Bob Kane (who ''did'' come up with the name). It was Finger who invented the idea of Batman as a detective, the design of the costume, the Bruce Wayne identity and origin, Robin and the RoguesGallery: Catwoman, the Joker and the name "Gotham City". The number of UnbuiltTrope in the original comics, Joker's original unfunny characterization, greater violence, Batman's overall harshness, means that it remains a touchstone for later writers, with Finger's stories being ArmedWithCanon by Creator/AlanMoore and Creator/GrantMorrison.

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** Starting right at the beginning, Creator/BillFinger actually did ''far'' more to create Franchise/{{Batman}} himself than his more famous boss, Bob Kane (who ''did'' come up with the name). It was Finger who invented the idea of Batman as a detective, the design of the costume, the Bruce Wayne identity and origin, Robin and the RoguesGallery: Catwoman, the Joker and the name "Gotham City". The number of UnbuiltTrope in the original comics, Joker's original unfunny characterization, greater violence, Batman's overall harshness, means that it remains a touchstone for later writers, with Finger's stories being ArmedWithCanon by Creator/AlanMoore and Creator/GrantMorrison. Finger finally got credited by DC in late 2015.
6th Mar '17 12:28:13 AM C2
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* RubyGloom, including most of her supporting characters, were created by illustrator Martin Hsu. And while his designs were excellent (except for [[{{Gonk}} his version of Misery]]), it was the writers working for Creator/Nelvana who turned Gloomsville's residents into well-defined, fleshed-out characters.

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* RubyGloom, including most of her supporting characters, were created by illustrator Martin Hsu. And while his designs were excellent (except for [[{{Gonk}} his version of Misery]]), it was the writers working for Creator/Nelvana Creator/{{Nelvana}} who turned Gloomsville's residents into well-defined, fleshed-out characters.
26th Feb '17 2:38:27 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' series were only a string of loosely-connected titles made by various teams within {{Konami}} until Koji Igarashi took over as producer for the series after ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight'' and became the godfather, of sorts, of the series canon. The canon may now be split, however, as ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow'' was developed without involvement from Igarashi and is a ContinuityReboot. [[note]]Although in actuality, the game is--by Konami's own admission--an InNameOnly installment that was supposed to have been an original (i.e., non-''Castlevania'') game.[[/note]]

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* The ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' series were only a string of loosely-connected titles made by various teams within {{Konami}} {{Creator/Konami}} until Koji Igarashi took over as producer for the series after ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight'' and became the godfather, of sorts, of the series canon. The canon may now be split, however, as ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow'' was developed without involvement from Igarashi and is a ContinuityReboot. [[note]]Although in actuality, the game is--by Konami's own admission--an InNameOnly installment that was supposed to have been an original (i.e., non-''Castlevania'') game.[[/note]]
21st Feb '17 6:44:59 PM RacattackForce
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* Michael Dante Dimartino and Bryan Konietzko are the creators for ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', but some fans -- ''especially'' those who disliked ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLegendOfKorra'' -- have come to see head writer Aaron Ehasz as being the real driving force behind the first series. For these fans, [[FanNickname Bryke]] are considered to be amazing at art direction and crafting concepts, but to have little skill as actual writers.

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* Michael Dante Dimartino and Bryan Konietzko are the creators for of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', but some a sizable group of fans -- ''especially'' ([[BrokenBase mostly composed of those who disliked ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLegendOfKorra'' -- disliked]] the SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLegendOfKorra'') have come to see head writer Aaron Ehasz as being the real driving force behind the first series.show. For these fans, [[FanNickname Bryke]] are considered to be amazing at art direction and crafting concepts, but to have little skill as actual writers.
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