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3rd May '18 7:13:54 AM ConMan1226
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* The novelization of ''{{WesrernAnimation/Coco}}'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.

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* The novelization of ''{{WesrernAnimation/Coco}}'' ''{{WesternAnimation/Coco}}'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.
3rd May '18 7:13:39 AM ConMan1226
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* The novelization of ''{{Disney/Coco}}'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.

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* The novelization of ''{{Disney/Coco}}'' ''{{WesrernAnimation/Coco}}'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.
3rd May '18 7:13:05 AM ConMan1226
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* The novelization of ''{{Disney/Coco}}'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstor

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3rd May '18 7:12:34 AM ConMan1226
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* The novelization of ''[[Disney/Coco]]'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.

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* The novelization of ''[[Disney/Coco]]'' ''{{Disney/Coco}}'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.backstor
3rd May '18 7:10:50 AM ConMan1226
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* The novelization of ''[[Disney/{{Coco}}]]'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.

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* The novelization of ''[[Disney/{{Coco}}]]'' ''[[Disney/Coco]]'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.
3rd May '18 7:10:25 AM ConMan1226
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* The novelization of ''[[Disney/{{Coco}}]]'' went into a lot more detail than the film did, particularly involving the title character's backstory.
3rd May '18 3:29:01 AM KBABZ
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** In Japan, [[Anime/DragonBall all]] [[Anime/DragonBallZ three]] [[Anime/DragonBallGT animes]] were adapted into an "animanga" using screenshots of the show, [[RecursiveAdaptation despite the show being based on a manga]]. The main appeal was that it was in colour, but then the Full Color edition of the original manga was released using Toriyama's stronger artwork. As Kanzenshuu's Julian says, it's redundantly redundant.


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* ''WesternAnimation/RatchetAndClank2016'' was adapted into a novel, which was almost entirely accurate to the final movie's script. The addition of a few extra scenes have fans theorizing them to have been cut from the film.
17th Apr '18 2:43:56 PM costanton11
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* There are many instances of novelizations in comic book form, outside of RecursiveAdaptations of comic book-based films. Many of Marvel's ''Super Special'' books were novelizations of late 70s/early-mid 80s films, and adaptations of ''Star Wars'' (back when it was just ''Star Wars'' and not ''Episode IV'') and ''The Empire Strikes Back'' appeared in serialized form as issues of their ongoing ''Star Wars'' comic, though ''Return of the Jedi'' was published as a separate mini-series (and both ''Empire'' and ''Jedi'' were published as ''Super Special''s as well. DC released novelizations of some of the ''Star Trek'' films as one-shots while they held the rights to publish ''Trek'' comics.

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* There are many instances of novelizations in comic book form, outside of RecursiveAdaptations [[RecursiveAdaptation Recursive Adaptations]] of comic book-based films. Many of Marvel's ''Super Special'' books were novelizations of late 70s/early-mid 80s films, and adaptations of ''Star Wars'' (back when it was just ''Star Wars'' and not ''Episode IV'') and ''The Empire Strikes Back'' appeared in serialized form as issues of their ongoing ''Star Wars'' comic, though ''Return of the Jedi'' was published as a separate mini-series (and both ''Empire'' and ''Jedi'' were published as ''Super Special''s as well. DC released novelizations of some of the ''Star Trek'' films as one-shots while they held the rights to publish ''Trek'' comics.
6th Apr '18 10:54:32 AM narm00
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' stories began to be novelised soon after the show debuted, and from 1973 Target published almost every single Doctor Who story from the original series run in novel form, plus several unbroadcast stories such as audio drama ''The Pescatons'' and three stories slated but never made from the cancelled Series 23. In the era before home video, the Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations were the only way many young fans had to relive the story. Despite their literary shortcomings (with some honourable exceptions), they are still sought-after and fondly remembered to this day.
** The BBC filled in some of Target's gaps come the 2010s by publishing novelisations of Creator/DouglasAdams' ''Who'' stories, including ''Shada'', which'd been abandoned during production.
** ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' also has novelisations of all the first season, the first two stories of season 2 and "The Wedding of Sarah Jane". They use the space to add scenes that explain a few things (like adding events from "The Sontaran Strategem" and "The Poison Sky" shown from Sarah Jane's viewpoint to "The Last Sontaran") and add ShipTease for Characters (like Luke/Maria in "The Last Sontaran").

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' stories began to be novelised soon after the show debuted, and from 1973 to 1994 Target published almost every single Doctor Who story from the original series run in novel form, plus several unbroadcast stories such as audio drama ''The Pescatons'' and three stories slated but never made from the cancelled Series Season 23. In the era before home video, the Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations were the only way many young fans had to relive the story. Despite their literary shortcomings (with some honourable exceptions), they are still sought-after and fondly remembered to this day.
** The After Target's demise, BBC Books filled in some of Target's gaps their gaps[[note]]Currently, the only stories from the original series not yet officially novelised are Eric Saward's Dalek stories, "Resurrection of the Daleks" and "Revelation of the Daleks".[[/note]]; in 1996, they novelised the TV Movie, and come the 2010s by publishing novelisations of they novelised Creator/DouglasAdams' ''Who'' stories, including ''Shada'', which'd been abandoned during production.
production. In 2018, they released four novelisations from the revival series.
** ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' also has novelisations of all the first season, the first two stories of season 2 and "The Wedding of Sarah Jane".Jane Smith". They use the space to add scenes that explain a few things (like adding events from "The Sontaran Strategem" and "The Poison Sky" shown from Sarah Jane's viewpoint to "The Last Sontaran") and add ShipTease for Characters (like Luke/Maria in "The Last Sontaran").



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* ''Literature/BlackStar'' is an adaption of the album ''Wish Upon A Blackstar'' by {{Music/Celldweller}}.
* ''Music/TheAstonishing'' by Music/DreamTheater is set to have a novelization released sometime in 2018. The novel is said to expand on the story originally featured in the album.

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* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' has a large number of novels and comics, as well, most of them of surprisingly good quality. White Wolf games also had novels set in the world of darkness based on the games of Vampire, Werewolfe and Mage. Rather than telling plots around the games themselves, they focus on staple npcs. They also have comic books as well. Many of these are out of print, but can be bought on PDF format at http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/ or http://comics.drivethrustuff.com/

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* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' has a large number of novels and comics, as well, most of them of surprisingly good quality. White Wolf games also had
* Creator/WhiteWolf has
novels and anthologies set in the world of darkness based on the games of Vampire, Werewolfe both [[TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness Old]] and Mage. [[TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness New]] Worlds of Darkness. Rather than telling plots around the games themselves, they frequently focus on staple npcs.[=NPCs=]. They also have comic books as well. Many of these are out of print, but can be bought on in PDF format at http://rpg.drivethrustuff.https://www.drivethrurpg.com/ or http://comics.drivethrustuff.https://www.drivethrucomics.com/



[[folder:Music]]
* ''Literature/BlackStar'' is an adaption of the album ''Wish Upon A Blackstar'' by {{Music/Celldweller}}.
* ''Music/TheAstonishing'' by Music/DreamTheater is set to have a novelization released sometime in 2018. The novel is said to expand on the story originally featured in the album.

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17th Mar '18 9:39:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''The Adventures of SmokeyAndTheBandit'' combined the plots of ''Smokey And The Bandit'' and the sequel - but put "the pregnant elephant caper" first chronologically.

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* ''The Adventures of SmokeyAndTheBandit'' Film/SmokeyAndTheBandit'' combined the plots of ''Smokey And The Bandit'' and the sequel - but put "the pregnant elephant caper" first chronologically.
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