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28th Jan '16 7:22:22 PM sayaleviathan
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** By the end of season 5 it's clear that the series is an AlternateContinuity from the books, with a mix of simplified situations, BroadStrokes, and several major events being completely different than their equivalents in the novels. The two will will most likely split even more dramatically before the end.
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** By the end of season 5 it's clear that the series is an AlternateContinuity from the books, with a mix of simplified situations, BroadStrokes, and several major events being completely different than their equivalents in the novels. The two will will most likely split even more dramatically before the end.
29th Nov '15 7:53:26 PM nombretomado
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* Years before Capcom released ''Strider 2'', the official arcade sequel to the original ''VideoGame/{{Strider}}'', they handed the ''Strider'' license to U.S. Gold and Tiertex (the companies that produced the European computer ports of the first arcade game) to produce their own sequel titled ''Strider II'' (spelled with a Roman numeral). This sequel was originally made for the same set of European computer formats and then remade for the SegaGenesis and GameGear, getting a stateside release in the form of ''Journey from Darkness: Strider Returns''.
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* Years before Capcom released ''Strider 2'', the official arcade sequel to the original ''VideoGame/{{Strider}}'', they handed the ''Strider'' license to U.S. Gold and Tiertex (the companies that produced the European computer ports of the first arcade game) to produce their own sequel titled ''Strider II'' (spelled with a Roman numeral). This sequel was originally made for the same set of European computer formats and then remade for the SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis and GameGear, UsefulNotes/GameGear, getting a stateside release in the form of ''Journey from Darkness: Strider Returns''.

* ''[[GoldenAxe Golden Axe II]]'' for the SegaGenesis was made a year before the proper arcade sequel (''Golden Axe: Revenge of the Death Adder'') was released.
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* ''[[GoldenAxe Golden Axe II]]'' for the SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis was made a year before the proper arcade sequel (''Golden Axe: Revenge of the Death Adder'') was released.
21st Nov '15 8:10:04 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** By the end of season 5 it's clear that the series is an AlternateContinuity from the books, with a mix of simplified situations, BroadStrokes, and several major events being completely different than their equivalents in the novels. The two will will most likely split even more dramatically before the end.
18th Nov '15 5:32:35 PM Saurubiker
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* S.D. Perry wrote a follow-up to her ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' novelization titled ''Resident Evil: Underworld'', in which Sherry Birkin is left under the care of her heretofore unseen aunt, while Leon and Claire go on a new adventure with Rebecca Chambers and the surviving members of the Exeter branch of S.T.A.R.S. However, this book proved to be hard to reconcile when ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'' came out, as it revealed the fates of various characters after ''2'', which differed to what Perry came up with in ''Underworld''. Perry had to explain away all the {{continuity snarl}}s in her ''Nemesis'' and ''Code: Veronica'' novelizations.
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* S.D. Perry wrote a follow-up to her ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' novelization titled ''Resident Evil: Underworld'', in which Sherry Birkin is left under the care of her heretofore unseen aunt, aunt (a character made up for the books), while Leon and Claire go on a new adventure with Rebecca Chambers and the surviving members of the Exeter branch of S.T.A.R.S. However, this book proved to be hard to reconcile when ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'' came out, as it revealed the fates of various characters after ''2'', ''[=RE2=]'', which differed to what Perry came up with in ''Underworld''. Perry had to explain away all the {{continuity snarl}}s in her ''Nemesis'' and ''Code: Veronica'' novelizations.
12th Nov '15 12:15:53 PM eroock
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26th Oct '15 11:16:08 AM Oecchi
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The Ouran manga ended 5 years ago.
* ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' pretty much averted this. The anime came out in 2006 and ran for only one season, while the manga, updated monthly, is still currently ongoing with over 70 chapters. Despite this, the anime followed the manga nicely with the exception of a few minor alterations that more or less didn't really affect anything. Only the very last two episodes or so drift from the manga. The anime ending was enough to give some closure, but still relatively open, leaving all pairings technically possible for fangirls to squee over.
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* ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' pretty much averted this. The anime came out in 2006 and ran for only one season, while the manga, updated monthly, is still currently ongoing with over 70 chapters.manga ran from 2002 to 2010. Despite this, the anime followed the manga nicely with the exception of a few minor alterations that more or less didn't really affect anything. Only the very last two episodes or so drift from the manga. The anime ending was enough to give some closure, but still relatively open, leaving all pairings technically possible for fangirls to squee over.
22nd Oct '15 5:45:14 PM inuyasharules31
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21st Oct '15 12:56:36 PM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/MichaelCrichton followed ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' with ''[[TheLostWorld1995 The Lost World]]'', but the lack of a third book led ''Film/JurassicParkIII'' to be created from whole cloth.
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* Creator/MichaelCrichton followed ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' with ''[[TheLostWorld1995 The Lost World]]'', ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'', but the lack of a third book led ''Film/JurassicParkIII'' to be created from whole cloth.
21st Sep '15 6:02:38 PM EcliptorCalrissian
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**Interestingly, "The Lost World" has little in common with its novel counterpart. Ian Malcolm in a Godzilla movie vs a semi-remake, fight!

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*BritishBrevity meant that ''BeingHumanUS'' stops being an adaptation of ''BeingHumanUK'' reeeeal quick. At first it was mostly the same story with the extra episodes largely given to Aidan because vampires are popular lately [[Literature/{{Twilight}} for some reason]]. However, it ends up being quite a different show with each passing season, ''especially'' once the original decided to KillEmAll and go with a new cast entirely.
8th Aug '15 10:48:37 AM Miruka
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* The ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' anime was adapted early on due to its popularity, and ran its only season five years before the manga ended. As a result, it only covers about a third of the manga's story about 7 books' worth of material (it only adapted parts of Volumes 7 and 8). The final episodes cover a story from the beginning of Volume 6 that was shifted back for narrative purposes Kyo's inner struggle with his true form, and Tohru learning to accept him for who he is.
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* The ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' anime was adapted early on due to its popularity, and ran its only season finished airing five years before the manga ended. As a result, it only covers about a third of the manga's story about 7 (barely seven books' worth of material (it only adapted parts of Volumes 7 and 8). material). The final episodes cover a story are about an arc from the beginning of Volume volume 6 that was shifted back for narrative purposes Kyo's inner struggle with his true form, and Tohru learning to accept him for who he is.
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