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14th Sep '16 7:08:08 PM PaulA
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** The audioplay ''Ender's Game Alive'' (released just prior to the film) is updated to use modern technology (Stilson texts someone as soon as he finds out that Ender has lost his monitor; naturally, he wouldn't do it in a novel written in 1985) and incorporating discontinuities introduced in subsequent novels and prequels (e.g. replacing a small Formic flotilla with a single scoutship, as well as mentioning that it was first spotted by a mining ship in the Kuiper belt; the attack on China was also not nuclear in nature but chemical with the Formics terraforming the land and anything on it). Also, the word "Bugger" is hardly ever used, only when someone really means to use it as a swear. Also, unlike the novel, where most the action took place from Ender's viewpoint, the audioplay dispenses with the narrator and replaces him with TalkingHeads (basically, Graff talking to a subordinate or a superior of what just happened). Sound effects fill in the rest.
13th Sep '16 5:15:01 PM SpaceHunterM
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* The original English version of ''Film/GodzillaVsMechagodzillaII'' was bumped up to stereo and had most of its dialogue re-dubbed by different actors when it was finally brought to the United States in 1998 by Creator/TriStarPictures for unknown reasons. The only evidence of the original version is a Hindi theatrical print made without a clean music and effects track, so English dialogue is sometimes heard unscathed. So far, no full length release of the original dub is known to exist.

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* The original English version of ''Film/GodzillaVsMechagodzillaII'' was bumped up to stereo and had most of its dialogue re-dubbed by different actors when it was finally brought to the United States in 1998 1999 by Creator/TriStarPictures for unknown reasons. The only evidence of the original version is a Hindi theatrical print made without a clean music and effects track, so English dialogue is sometimes heard unscathed. So far, no full length release of the original dub is known to exist.
13th Sep '16 5:05:37 PM SpaceHunterM
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* The original English version of ''Film/GodzillaVsMechagodzillaII'' was bumped up to stereo and had most of its dialogue re-dubbed by different actors when it was finally brought to the United States in 1998 by Creator/TriStarPictures for unknown reasons. The only evidence of the original version is a Hindi theatrical print made without a clean music and effects track, so English dialogue is sometimes heard unscathed. So far, no full length release of the original dub is known to exist.
10th Sep '16 9:25:44 PM merotoker
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* ''Manga/LuckyStar'' has a minor example: Konata was originally portrayed as a cool GamerChick, but was soon [[CharacterizationMarchesOn changed]] into an down-to-earth, sort-of-[[LoveableSexManiac pervy]] OtakuSurrogate. When the {{yonkoma}} were collected into volumes, Yoshimizu changed Konata's lines in some very early strips to make her image consistent. Because this change was very early on in the series and [[WordOfGod Yoshimizu discussed that]] in the {{omake}}, it is not as displeasing.
** Parodied in a later omake, which consists of several "What if"-strips. One of them is "What if episode 1 was drawn today", which is simply a reprint of the strip just as it was published in the first volume.
* The original dubbed airing of the Dungeon Dice Monsters mini-arc of the ''Anime/YuGiOh'' anime used the original designs for the Dice Crests. For no adequately explained reason[[note]] but possibly for the same reason that the card images are altered for the dub[[/note]], all subsequent airings used ConspicuousCG dice with a completely changed set of Crest markings. Fortunately, the American board game version and its GameBoy Advance adaptation used mostly the original designs, with only the Magic Crest changed to a circle with a lightning bolt in the center.

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* ''Manga/LuckyStar'' has a minor example: Konata was originally portrayed as a cool GamerChick, but was soon [[CharacterizationMarchesOn changed]] into an down-to-earth, sort-of-[[LoveableSexManiac sort-of-[[LovableSexManiac pervy]] OtakuSurrogate. When the {{yonkoma}} were collected into volumes, Yoshimizu changed Konata's lines in some very early strips to make her image consistent. Because this change was very early on in the series and [[WordOfGod Yoshimizu discussed that]] in the {{omake}}, [[BonusMaterial omake]], it is not as displeasing.
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displeasing. Parodied in a later omake, which consists of several "What if"-strips. One of them is "What if episode 1 was drawn today", which is simply a reprint of the strip just as it was published in the first volume.
* The original dubbed airing of the Dungeon Dice Monsters mini-arc of the ''Anime/YuGiOh'' anime used the original designs for the Dice Crests. For no adequately explained reason[[note]] but possibly for the same reason that the card images are altered for the dub[[/note]], all subsequent airings used ConspicuousCG dice with a completely changed set of Crest markings. Fortunately, the American board game version and its GameBoy Advance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance adaptation used mostly the original designs, with only the Magic Crest changed to a circle with a lightning bolt in the center.



** ''PokemonSpecial'' gets a ''lot'' of changes and revisions when its chapters get collected into tankobon form. Makes sense, as the manga gets serialized in three different magazines and out of order to boot, not to mention the mangaka often adds new details to incorporate whatever new features that had since been released from the new games.

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** ''PokemonSpecial'' ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'' gets a ''lot'' of changes and revisions when its chapters get collected into tankobon form. Makes sense, as the manga gets serialized in three different magazines and out of order to boot, not to mention the mangaka often adds new details to incorporate whatever new features that had since been released from the new games.



** Another example involved [[spoiler: the death of Light's father.]] In the original Jump serialization, Ryuk speculates that since [[spoiler: Soichiro never used a Death Note, he would go to Heaven.]] As the final chapter of the manga ultimately revealed that [[spoiler: there is NO heaven or hell (at least, Ryuk doesn't think so), Ohba altered the line in the tankoban release to prevent any further misunderstandings, with Ryuk now speculating that Mr. Yagami would have died peacefully.]]

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** Another example involved [[spoiler: the death of Light's father.]] father]]. In the original Jump serialization, Ryuk speculates that since [[spoiler: Soichiro never used a Death Note, he would go to Heaven.]] Heaven]]. As the final chapter of the manga ultimately revealed that [[spoiler: there is NO heaven or hell (at least, Ryuk doesn't think so), Ohba altered the line in the tankoban release to prevent any further misunderstandings, with Ryuk now speculating that Mr. Yagami would have died peacefully.]]peacefully]].



* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Classic'' was a reprint comic of the early adventures of the "All-New" team. Some of the reprints were edited to conform with more recent interpretations of the character. E.g., when Nightcrawler was visiting Banshee's ancestral castle, his ability to (explicitly) turn invisible in darkness was edited so that he's merely very hard to see (i.e., you can no longer see the background through his body).

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* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ''ComicBook/XMen Classic'' was a reprint comic of the early adventures of the "All-New" team. Some of the reprints were edited to conform with more recent interpretations of the character. E.g., when Nightcrawler was visiting Banshee's ancestral castle, his ability to (explicitly) turn invisible in darkness was edited so that he's merely very hard to see (i.e., you can no longer see the background through his body).



* Averted for ''UsagiYojimbo''. Stan Sakai has stated that he regrets presenting the BigBad Lord Hijiki in one of the earliest issues as the only human being in a world full of talking animals (his face has never again been seen on panel since then), but admits that the first collection has gone through so many printings that going back and changing it now would be pointless.
* When Marvel began reprinting old horror and sci-fi tales in the 70's, they sometimes altered details to make the stories better fit the then-current MarvelUniverse continuity. For instance, a reprint of a 60's ''Strange Tales'' story had a generic scientist {{Retcon}}ned into being [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]], while a reprint of a 50's ''Menace'' issue had a nondescript foreign spy changed to an agent of Comicbook/{{Hydra}}.
* A plot point in ''DirtyPair: Dangerous Acquaintances'' involved Kei and Yuri [[MuggedForDisguise mugging a pair of hostesses]] and stealing their PlayboyBunny uniforms. Due to possible copyright issues with Playboy, the art was altered in the trade paperback to remove the ears and tails from Kei and Yuri's costumes.

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* Averted for ''UsagiYojimbo''.''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo''. Stan Sakai has stated that he regrets presenting the BigBad Lord Hijiki in one of the earliest issues as the only human being in a world full of talking animals (his face has never again been seen on panel since then), but admits that the first collection has gone through so many printings that going back and changing it now would be pointless.
* When Marvel began reprinting old horror and sci-fi tales in the 70's, they sometimes altered details to make the stories better fit the then-current MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse continuity. For instance, a reprint of a 60's ''Strange Tales'' story had a generic scientist {{Retcon}}ned into being [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]], while a reprint of a 50's ''Menace'' issue had a nondescript foreign spy changed to an agent of Comicbook/{{Hydra}}.
* A plot point in ''DirtyPair: ''LightNovel/DirtyPair: Dangerous Acquaintances'' involved Kei and Yuri [[MuggedForDisguise mugging a pair of hostesses]] and stealing their PlayboyBunny uniforms. Due to possible copyright issues with Playboy, the art was altered in the trade paperback to remove the ears and tails from Kei and Yuri's costumes.



* The original printing of ''We Can Never Go Home'' #3 had a CostumeTestMontage where Maddie was seen dressed as trademarked heroines like WonderWoman, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}, ComicBook/MsMarvel, ComicBook/PowerGirl, ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}, [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Silk Spectre]], [[Comicbook/JudgeDredd Judge Anderson]], Comicbook/TankGirl and [[Comicbook/{{Sandman}} Death]]. A number of the outfits had to be omitted in the trade paperback, but were replaced with the costumes of ''other'' recognizable characters, like ComicBook/{{Storm}}, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, ComicBook/{{Robin}}, ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}, and ComicBook/TheMightyThor.

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* The original printing of ''We Can Never Go Home'' #3 had a CostumeTestMontage where Maddie was seen dressed as trademarked heroines like WonderWoman, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}, ComicBook/MsMarvel, ComicBook/PowerGirl, ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}, [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Silk Spectre]], [[Comicbook/JudgeDredd Judge Anderson]], Comicbook/TankGirl and [[Comicbook/{{Sandman}} [[Comicbook/TheSandman Death]]. A number of the outfits had to be omitted in the trade paperback, but were replaced with the costumes of ''other'' recognizable characters, like ComicBook/{{Storm}}, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, ComicBook/{{Robin}}, ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}, and ComicBook/TheMightyThor.



* The chronologically last book of the EnchantedForestChronicles, ''Talking to Dragons'', was written first. When it was republished, some minor changes were made to make it agree with the other books.

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* The chronologically last book of the EnchantedForestChronicles, Literature/EnchantedForestChronicles, ''Talking to Dragons'', was written first. When it was republished, some minor changes were made to make it agree with the other books.



* ''Darkspell'', the second book in the ''Literature/{{Deverry}}'' series, was later released in a revised edition. Some of the changes were made to bring the book more in lime with how the author originally envisioned it, before her editor overruled it. For intance, Sarcyn is redeemed in the new version instead of going insane and his brother has been replaced with a sister, whose role has been drastically reduced. Also, the ThievesGuild in one town was changed into just a father and his son, because the athor came to realize that the town wasn't large enough to support a fully-fledged thieves' guild.

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* ''Darkspell'', the second book in the ''Literature/{{Deverry}}'' series, was later released in a revised edition. Some of the changes were made to bring the book more in lime with how the author originally envisioned it, before her editor overruled it. For intance, instance, Sarcyn is redeemed in the new version instead of going insane and his brother has been replaced with a sister, whose role has been drastically reduced. Also, the ThievesGuild in one town was changed into just a father and his son, because the athor came to realize that the town wasn't large enough to support a fully-fledged thieves' guild.



* The re-filming of earlier episodes of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' when Frank Costanza was recast.
** Also, the first episode featuring Newman had him voiced by Larry David, as he did not appear on screen. Reruns of the episode feature Wayne Knight's voice instead.

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* The re-filming of earlier episodes of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' when Frank Costanza was recast.
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recast. Also, the first episode featuring Newman had him voiced by Larry David, as he did not appear on screen. Reruns of the episode feature Wayne Knight's voice instead.



* ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' inserted a line in a "Previous On..." wherein the character of Cherry who had been explicitly [[PutOnABus Put on a Bus to Canada]] is told she will be "safe in Ireland," to set up her [[TheBusCameBack three episode guest appearance]] while the club goes to {{Oireland}}

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* ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' inserted a line in a "Previous On..." wherein the character of Cherry who had been explicitly [[PutOnABus Put on a Bus to Canada]] is told she will be "safe in Ireland," to set up her [[TheBusCameBack three episode guest appearance]] while the club goes to {{Oireland}}{{Oireland}}.



* Ever since the World Wrestling Federation were forced to change their name to [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} World Wrestling Entertainment]] in 2002, they've made sure to remove all references to the letters WWF and the "Federation". This is partly because of not being allowed to use the acronym for legal reasons, and wanting to make the rebranding as absolute as possible. Which means that older wrestlers like Wrestling/RandySavage are referred to as "former WWE wrestlers", even if their runs with the company took place long before the name change, and making edits whenever a wrestler or announcer mentions "WWF" on DVD releases of pre-2002 footage. Averted on the UK licensed [=DVDs=] which, through some legal loophole, can be released unedited.
** Averted with the release of the WWE Network, as footage from the WWF days can be found there unedited due to a licensing agreement between them and the World Wide Fund for Nature.

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* Ever since the World Wrestling Federation were forced to change their name to [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} World Wrestling Entertainment]] in 2002, they've made sure to remove all references to the letters WWF and the "Federation". This is partly because of not being allowed to use the acronym for legal reasons, and wanting to make the rebranding as absolute as possible. Which means that older wrestlers like Wrestling/RandySavage are referred to as "former WWE wrestlers", even if their runs with the company took place long before the name change, and making edits whenever a wrestler or announcer mentions "WWF" on DVD releases of pre-2002 footage. Averted on the UK licensed [=DVDs=] which, through some legal loophole, can be released unedited.
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unedited. Averted with the release of the WWE Network, as footage from the WWF days can be found there unedited due to a licensing agreement between them and the World Wide Fund for Nature.



* Given the nature of Website/{{BZPower}}, wherein players can edit their own posts at will, this has taken place every now and then in RolePlayingGames such as ''Roleplay/AlphaTeamMissionDeepFreezeRPG'' or ''Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG'', usually when a player is adding in a piece of information he originally forgot or when a player is decanonizing something he wrote. For example, in ''Dino Attack RPG'', Dr. Cyborg's revelation of Pterisa's origins vanished without a trace after Andrewnuva199 asked avmatoran to retcon it.

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* Given the nature of Website/{{BZPower}}, wherein players can edit their own posts at will, this has taken place every now and then in RolePlayingGames {{R|olePlayingGame}}PGs such as ''Roleplay/AlphaTeamMissionDeepFreezeRPG'' or ''Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG'', usually when a player is adding in a piece of information he originally forgot or when a player is decanonizing something he wrote. For example, in ''Dino Attack RPG'', Dr. Cyborg's revelation of Pterisa's origins vanished without a trace after Andrewnuva199 asked avmatoran to retcon it.



* When ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' ended the Squat race, reprintings of books where Squat characters appear had them either deleted or turned into humans or Ratlings.

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* When ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' ended the Squat race, reprintings of books where Squat characters appear had them either deleted or turned into humans or Ratlings.



* In the GameboyAdvance and most later ports of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', the scene in which Locke meets Celes is censored to remove the Imperial soldiers beating her onscreen, which Squaresoft considered necessary in the age of video game ratings systems in order to get the desired rating in Japan.

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* In the GameboyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and most later ports of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', the scene in which Locke meets Celes is censored to remove the Imperial soldiers beating her onscreen, which Squaresoft considered necessary in the age of video game ratings systems in order to get the desired rating in Japan.



* There is a device in ''CityOfReality'' that is made to do ''this and this alone''. It is brought to Reality by a thief who uses it to predict the every move, and later used by Hawk, who uses it to be "perfect" at everything, until it falls back into the thieves hands. Later, it turns out it was [[ArtifactOfDoom causing freak storms threatening Reality]].

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* There is a device in ''CityOfReality'' ''WebComic/CityOfReality'' that is made to do ''this and this alone''. It is brought to Reality by a thief who uses it to predict the every move, and later used by Hawk, who uses it to be "perfect" at everything, until it falls back into the thieves hands. Later, it turns out it was [[ArtifactOfDoom causing freak storms threatening Reality]].



** And a huge one recently with [[spoiler:John reaching through a hole in the universe and poking his arm into a number of past panels and even a couple of flashes - all of which now have his arm inserted into them if you go back and check.]]

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** And a huge one recently with [[spoiler:John reaching through a hole in the universe and poking his arm into a number of past panels and even a couple of flashes - all of which now have his arm inserted into them if you go back and check.]]check]].



* John Troutman has been ''very'' careful to expertly hide his earlier comics (except for ''Vigilante, Ho!'' and the second-incarnation ''Sporkman'' strips) from the Internet, to the point that the FAQ for ''Mary Elizabeth's Sock'' has a question of whether the characters have been seen before, to which he responds that [[HalfTruth some of them have been in Lit Brick and Sporkman]] (neglecting to mention nearly all were in, and most originated in, ''Basil Flint, P.I.'', ''Andiewear'', ''Felicity Flint, Agent From H.A.R.M.'', ''Flint Again'', and/or ''Flat Feet and High Heels'').

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* John Troutman has been ''very'' careful to expertly hide his earlier comics (except for ''Vigilante, Ho!'' and the second-incarnation ''Sporkman'' strips) from the Internet, to the point that the FAQ for ''Mary Elizabeth's Sock'' has a question of whether the characters have been seen before, to which he responds that [[HalfTruth [[MetaphoricallyTrue some of them have been in Lit Brick and Sporkman]] (neglecting to mention nearly all were in, and most originated in, ''Basil Flint, P.I.'', ''Andiewear'', ''Felicity Flint, Agent From H.A.R.M.'', ''Flint Again'', and/or ''Flat Feet and High Heels'').



* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', an AscendedExtra known affectionately among fans as Derpy was given a scene which not only made her FanNickname AscendedFanon but also gave her a speaking line. However, due to the voice actress thinking Derpy was male, she was given a deep voice which, given Derpy's role as TheDitz and the implications of her name, sounded like a SimpletonVoice. This resulted in complaints from MoralGuardians who claimed that "derpy" was pejorative and insensitive to people with disabilities. In order to avoid continued controversy, the episode became a MissingEpisode for a while, and when it returned to iTunes and TheHub, she was given a voice with less VocalDissonance and the line referring to her as "Derpy" was edited to take out the name (though TheHub's closed captioning wasn't updated to reflect the change). Many fans weren't happy, but episode writer Amy Keating Rogers later [[http://www.equestriadaily.com/2012/02/amy-keating-rogers-response-to-derpy.html explained why it had to happen]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', an AscendedExtra known affectionately among fans as Derpy was given a scene which not only made her FanNickname AscendedFanon but also gave her a speaking line. However, due to the voice actress thinking Derpy was male, she was given a deep voice which, given Derpy's role as TheDitz and the implications of her name, sounded like a SimpletonVoice. This resulted in complaints from MoralGuardians who claimed that "derpy" was pejorative and insensitive to people with disabilities. In order to avoid continued controversy, the episode became a MissingEpisode for a while, and when it returned to iTunes and TheHub, [[Creator/DiscoveryFamily The Hub]], she was given a voice with less VocalDissonance and the line referring to her as "Derpy" was edited to take out the name (though TheHub's The Hub's closed captioning wasn't updated to reflect the change). Many fans weren't happy, but episode writer Amy Keating Rogers later [[http://www.equestriadaily.com/2012/02/amy-keating-rogers-response-to-derpy.html explained why it had to happen]].



* The original PiratesOfTheCaribbean ride at Ride/DisneyThemeParks was refurbished to include characters from the film adaptations, and even rerecorded dialogue for several of the ride's original characters referencing Jack Sparrow. [[BrokenBase Fan reaction was mixed]]. Many years prior to the movie, the ride was altered to give all the women being chased by the pirates plates full of food -- to tone down the implications of the scene by attempting to provide a G-rated motive for the pursuit (they're just trying to steal the food! And the women are trying to prevent them from stealing the food! that's all.)

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* The original PiratesOfTheCaribbean Ride/PiratesOfTheCaribbean ride at Ride/DisneyThemeParks was refurbished to include characters from the film adaptations, and even rerecorded dialogue for several of the ride's original characters referencing Jack Sparrow. [[BrokenBase Fan reaction was mixed]]. Many years prior to the movie, the ride was altered to give all the women being chased by the pirates plates full of food -- to tone down the implications of the scene by attempting to provide a G-rated motive for the pursuit (they're just trying to steal the food! And the women are trying to prevent them from stealing the food! that's all.)



* There are a few rather infamous images from the USSR featuring [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_of_images_in_the_Soviet_Union Stalin and others]]... then fewer and fewer 'others' as those people (or the nations they hailed from) fell out of favor, until only JosefStalin remained.

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* There are a few rather infamous images from the USSR featuring [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_of_images_in_the_Soviet_Union Stalin and others]]... then fewer and fewer 'others' as those people (or the nations they hailed from) fell out of favor, until only JosefStalin UsefulNotes/JosefStalin remained.
4th Sep '16 2:34:15 PM TheFarmboy
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* Chris-chan had made many retcons in ''WebComic/{{Sonichu}}'' (such as changing names on those based on real people), but the ones made in September 2015 were noticeable. Issues 9 and 10 were altered to be less homophobic, such as replacing the infamous [[CureYourGays cure for homosexuality]] plotpoint with a cure for "Nombie-Zazis", although some details such as the need for Chris' "straight blood" were still left in tact.
29th Aug '16 9:45:28 AM dsneybuf
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* The "Literature/{{Fudge}}" books by Creator/JudyBlume were edited in post-2002 reprints to, among other things, replace references to ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', ''Series/SesameStreet'', and [[Series/TheElectricCompany The (original) Electric Company]] with references to the Creator/CartoonNetwork and Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, replace vinyl record players with CD players, and in ''Sheila the Great'', change the reason the characters are using a mimeograph machine (in 1972, it was because they hadn't gotten a copier yet. In 2002, it was because the copier broke).

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* The "Literature/{{Fudge}}" books by Creator/JudyBlume were edited in post-2002 reprints to, among other things, replace references to ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', ''Series/SesameStreet'', and [[Series/TheElectricCompany The (original) Electric Company]] ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'' with references to the Creator/CartoonNetwork and Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, replace vinyl record players with CD players, and in ''Sheila the Great'', change the reason the characters are using a mimeograph machine (in 1972, it was because they hadn't gotten a copier yet. In 2002, it was because the copier broke).
27th Aug '16 6:50:06 PM comicwriter
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* A miscommunication in ''Comicbook/DetectiveComicsRebirth'' led to a scene showing a Christian cross on the tombstone of Comicbook/{{Batwoman}}'s mother, even though she and her family are Jewish. The digital and collected editions edited out the cross and replaced it with a Star of David.
27th Aug '16 2:59:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the anime adaptation of ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'', Yuri Sakazaki was originally voiced by Japanese pop singer AyumiHamasaki, who also appeared in a series of live-action promos for ''Art of Fighting 2'' in Japan. When the anime was re-released on DVD in Japan, all of Ayumi's dialogue were dubbed over by Kaori Horie, Yuri's actual voice actress in the games, since Hamasaki wanted a great share of the royalties for the use of her voice.

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* In the anime adaptation of ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'', Yuri Sakazaki was originally voiced by Japanese pop singer AyumiHamasaki, Music/AyumiHamasaki, who also appeared in a series of live-action promos for ''Art of Fighting 2'' in Japan. When the anime was re-released on DVD in Japan, all of Ayumi's dialogue were dubbed over by Kaori Horie, Yuri's actual voice actress in the games, since Hamasaki wanted a great share of the royalties for the use of her voice.
24th Aug '16 6:49:06 PM Premonition45
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* The ''Franchise/StarWars'' Special Editions included, along with updated special effects, various edits to connect it to the prequel trilogy. Then there was [[TheDogShotFirst Greedo firing at Han Solo]], which may have been done to maintain the film's PG rating. Later reissues further changed it to them [[TakeAThirdOption both going for their weapons at the same time]], [[{{Wiki/Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] has a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_changes_in_Star_Wars_re-releases full article about the changes]].

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* The ''Franchise/StarWars'' Special Editions included, along with updated special effects, various edits to connect it to the prequel trilogy. Then there was [[TheDogShotFirst Greedo firing at Han Solo]], which may have been done to maintain the film's PG rating.rating[[note]]The PG-13 rating didn't exist during the making of the Original Trilogy.[[/note]]. Later reissues further changed it to them [[TakeAThirdOption both going for their weapons at the same time]], [[{{Wiki/Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] has a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_changes_in_Star_Wars_re-releases full article about the changes]].
31st Jul '16 12:50:11 PM nombretomado
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* Some of the more recent releases of [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] DCComics titles have been altered to remove content that would be deemed offensive today. For example, certain editions of ''ComicBook/WonderWoman'' were edited to remove offensive caricatures of African-American and Japanese characters.

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* Some of the more recent releases of [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] DCComics Creator/DCComics titles have been altered to remove content that would be deemed offensive today. For example, certain editions of ''ComicBook/WonderWoman'' were edited to remove offensive caricatures of African-American and Japanese characters.
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