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6th Nov '16 1:19:47 PM wootzits
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* Episode 18 of ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' revolves around Natsumi being subject to a TransformationRay that turns her into an adult. She's even more annoyed when she finds it's part of a scheme on Keroro's part to enter her in a [[FanService beauty pageant]] / [[BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine manzai]] contest and win a rare model kit.

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* Episode 18 of ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' ''Manga/SgtFrog'' revolves around Natsumi being subject to a TransformationRay that turns her into an adult. She's even more annoyed when she finds it's part of a scheme on Keroro's part to enter her in a [[FanService beauty pageant]] / [[BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine manzai]] contest and win a rare model kit.
31st Oct '16 12:57:38 PM BulletproofLlama
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** In another epìsode Timmy wishes to be a teenager so he can ride on a rollercoaster. It turns out that his 16 year old self is so ungodly handsome that everybody, [[EvenTheGuysWantHim guys and girls]] [[SoBeautifulItsACurse chase him constantly]].

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** In another epìsode Timmy wishes to be a teenager so he can ride on a rollercoaster. It turns out that his 16 year old self is so ungodly handsome that everybody, [[EvenTheGuysWantHim guys and girls]] [[SoBeautifulItsACurse chase him constantly]]. Even his evil babysitter Vicky, who doesn't recognize him, falls madly in love with him!
2nd Sep '16 11:50:20 PM Doug86
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* Of course, we also have to mention [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], a boy who transforms into an adult superhero. This actually causes a problem when he gets involved with a superheroine his own age, and they have to break up because their teammates, who don't know Marvel's civilian identity, would take it the wrong way. That may have been the origin of Major Might's very brief affair with Amazonia in ''LoveAndCapes''.

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* Of course, we also have to mention [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], a boy who transforms into an adult superhero. This actually causes a problem when he gets involved with a superheroine his own age, and they have to break up because their teammates, who don't know Marvel's civilian identity, would take it the wrong way. That may have been the origin of Major Might's very brief affair with Amazonia in ''LoveAndCapes''.''Webcomic/LoveAndCapes''.



* ''Series/Smallville'' has an episode where two kryptonite-infected teenagers hook up at a party and have a baby...one week later. Clark and Lana end up taking care of the child as he rapidly ages from infant to child before exploding from the effects of rapid aging.

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* ''Series/Smallville'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' has an episode where two kryptonite-infected teenagers hook up at a party and have a baby...one week later. Clark and Lana end up taking care of the child as he rapidly ages from infant to child before exploding from the effects of rapid aging.
7th Aug '16 5:16:00 PM nombretomado
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* TheDCU FifthWeekEvent ''Sins of Youth'' combined FountainOfYouth with this, with a combination of Chaos Magic and an "aging ray" turning all the teenage heroes into adults and all the adult heroes into kids.

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* TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU FifthWeekEvent ''Sins of Youth'' combined FountainOfYouth with this, with a combination of Chaos Magic and an "aging ray" turning all the teenage heroes into adults and all the adult heroes into kids.
24th Jul '16 9:14:24 PM TrendingToon1
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** Done more literally with baby Miis - they age up one year a day. Once they are fully grown, you can choose to have them stay on the island, and thus age like a normal Mii. Before you do so, you have the option to change how old they are. The game sets them as children by default, but you can make them grown-ups. You can even make them older than their parents.
27th May '16 12:30:41 PM MaliciusFake
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8th May '16 10:41:23 PM Gamermaster
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* Vivio turns into an adult in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' [[spoiler: when the Cradle's defense system forces her to battle Nanoha. She returns to her original age once the [[AppliedPhlebotinum Relic]] inside her is destroyed.]]
** And in the sequel manga, ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'', Vivio is given her own Intelligent Device which allows her to do this back and forth voluntarily. [[SubvertedTrope As is par for the course in this series, Vivio is very mature about it and doesn't use the power for petty and immature things.]]

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* Vivio turns into an adult in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'' [[spoiler: when the Cradle's defense system forces her to battle Nanoha. She returns to her original age once the [[AppliedPhlebotinum Relic]] inside her is destroyed.]]
** And in the sequel manga, ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'', ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaVivid'', Vivio is given her own Intelligent Device which allows her to do this back and forth voluntarily. [[SubvertedTrope [[WiseBeyondTheirYears As is par for the course in this series, series,]] [[SubvertedTrope Vivio is very mature about it and doesn't use the power for petty and immature things.]]
22nd Apr '16 6:42:16 AM rafi
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* Episode 18 of ''Manga/SgtFrog'' revolves around Natsumi being subject to a TransformationRay that turns her into an adult. She's even more annoyed when she finds it's part of a scheme on Keroro's part to enter her in a [[FanService beauty pageant]] / [[BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine manzai]] contest and win a rare model kit.
** In the manga, it's just a straight-up beauty contest, in which Natsumi experiences a WardrobeMalfunction as she reverts back to her original age -- all in front of horny geeks.
** A later episode has the Bipolar Momoka experience this same growth, at the same beach, but there is no contest for her to partake in. Instead, it's some sort of Iron Man competition.
** Another manga-only story has Natsumi being hit with the same ray at a ski resort, being hit on by the same creeps from the beach, and another wardrobe malfunction, courtesy of explosives.

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* Episode 18 of ''Manga/SgtFrog'' revolves around Natsumi In ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'', Skuld gets to be an adult for a day due to PhlebotinumBreakdown. Her older sister, Urd, goes [[FountainOfYouth the other way]]. Despite being subject desperate to a TransformationRay that turns her into an adult. She's even more annoyed when she finds it's part of a scheme on Keroro's part return to enter her in a [[FanService beauty pageant]] / [[BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine manzai]] contest and win a rare model kit.
** In the manga, it's just a straight-up beauty contest, in which Natsumi experiences a WardrobeMalfunction as she reverts back to her
their original age -- all in front of horny geeks.
** A later episode has
forms, they find ways to make the Bipolar Momoka experience this same growth, at the same beach, but there is no contest for her to partake in. Instead, it's some sort best of Iron Man competition.
** Another manga-only story has Natsumi being hit with the same ray at a ski resort, being hit on by the same creeps from the beach, and another wardrobe malfunction, courtesy of explosives.
it.



* In ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', in a large ShoutOut to ''Manga/MarvelousMelmo'', Negi's NonHumanSidekick Chamo produces a jar of candies that alter one's age (specifically, the red ones for older, blue ones [[FountainOfYouth for younger]]). Of course, when he uses them, several of his students notice that [[SheIsAllGrownUp He is All Grown Up]] without actually recognizing him.
** Apparently they're based on a spell [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld Evangeline]] invented to make up for her body's age. Once the gang gets more friendly with her, she provides them apparently for free (the knock-offs are expensive).
* As partially mentioned above, the entire premise of ''Manga/MarvelousMelmo'' is based around age-changing pills: the titular character, a nine-year old girl, can use some of those to age herself into a nineteen-year old girl or an old lady, as well as turn into a baby.
* The anime series ''Manga/HimechanNoRibon'' (''Hime-chan's Ribbon'') is largely based on this, as Himeko frequently uses the magic ribbon to appear as an adult.

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* In ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', in a large ShoutOut to ''Manga/MarvelousMelmo'', Negi's NonHumanSidekick Chamo produces a jar ''Manga/CastleTownDandelion'', Hikari's RoyaltySuperpower can temporarily manipulate any living organism's biological age. One of candies that alter one's age (specifically, the red ones for older, blue ones [[FountainOfYouth for younger]]). Of effects of this power is this. (Of course, when he uses them, several of his students notice that [[SheIsAllGrownUp He is All Grown Up]] without actually recognizing him.
** Apparently they're based on a spell [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld Evangeline]] invented
the other effect will be FountainOfYouth.)
* In ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' OVA: The Stranger in 10 Years, Haibara finished an antidote drug
to make up for her body's age. Conan/Shinichi 17 again but he was sick that time. Once he took the gang gets more friendly with her, she provides them apparently for free (the knock-offs are expensive).
* As partially mentioned above, the entire premise of ''Manga/MarvelousMelmo'' is based around age-changing pills: the titular character, a nine-year old girl, can use some of those to age herself
drug, he didn't turn back into a nineteen-year 17 year old girl or an Shinichi, [[spoiler: he's a 17 year old lady, as well as turn into a baby.
* The anime series ''Manga/HimechanNoRibon'' (''Hime-chan's Ribbon'') is largely based on this, as Himeko frequently uses
Conan Edogawa warped 10 years in the magic ribbon to appear as an adult.future. Thankfully, it ends up being a dream.]]



* In ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' the TokenMiniMoe wishes she had the MostCommonSuperpower the others in the UnwantedHarem has, so she comes up with this magical spell...
* Vivio turns into an adult in ''ANime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' [[spoiler: when the Cradle's defense system forces her to battle Nanoha. She returns to her original age once the [[AppliedPhlebotinum Relic]] inside her is destroyed.]]
** And in the sequel manga, ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'', Vivio is given her own Intelligent Device which allows her to do this back and forth voluntarily. [[SubvertedTrope As is par for the course in this series, Vivio is very mature about it and doesn't use the power for petty and immature things.]]

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* In ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' The anime series ''Manga/HimechanNoRibon'' (''Hime-chan's Ribbon'') is largely based on this, as Himeko frequently uses the TokenMiniMoe wishes she had magic ribbon to appear as an adult.
* ''Manga/InstantTeenJustAddNuts''; after all, there's a reason TokyoPop released
the MostCommonSuperpower the others in the UnwantedHarem has, so she comes up with English translation under that name, and that reason is this magical spell...
* Vivio turns into an adult in ''ANime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' [[spoiler: when the Cradle's defense system forces her to battle Nanoha. She returns to her original age once the [[AppliedPhlebotinum Relic]] inside her is destroyed.]]
** And in the sequel manga, ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'', Vivio is given her own Intelligent Device which allows her to do this back and forth voluntarily. [[SubvertedTrope As is par for the course in this series, Vivio is very mature about it and doesn't use the power for petty and immature things.]]
trope being a major plot element.



* In ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'', Skuld gets to be an adult for a day due to PhlebotinumBreakdown. Her older sister, Urd, goes [[FountainOfYouth the other way]]. Despite being desperate to return to their original forms, they find ways to make the best of it.
* While not a ''true'' instance of this trope, it's played out exactly the same. An episode of ''ZettaiKarenChildren'' has Minamoto becoming hypnotized into seeing the three young girls he watches over as five years older -- and much more irresistible -- teens. This was to test if he really might be falling for them.
* In one episode of ''Anime/SailorMoon [=SuperS=]'', [=PallaPalla=] switches Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon's ages around as a joke. A similar plot is present in the original [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]].

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* Episode 18 of ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' revolves around Natsumi being subject to a TransformationRay that turns her into an adult. She's even more annoyed when she finds it's part of a scheme on Keroro's part to enter her in a [[FanService beauty pageant]] / [[BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine manzai]] contest and win a rare model kit.
**
In ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'', Skuld gets the manga, it's just a straight-up beauty contest, in which Natsumi experiences a WardrobeMalfunction as she reverts back to be her original age -- all in front of horny geeks.
** A later episode has the Bipolar Momoka experience this same growth, at the same beach, but there is no contest for her to partake in. Instead, it's some sort of Iron Man competition.
** Another manga-only story has Natsumi being hit with the same ray at a ski resort, being hit on by the same creeps from the beach, and another wardrobe malfunction, courtesy of explosives.
* Vivio turns into
an adult in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' [[spoiler: when the Cradle's defense system forces her to battle Nanoha. She returns to her original age once the [[AppliedPhlebotinum Relic]] inside her is destroyed.]]
** And in the sequel manga, ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'', Vivio is given her own Intelligent Device which allows her to do this back and forth voluntarily. [[SubvertedTrope As is par
for the course in this series, Vivio is very mature about it and doesn't use the power for petty and immature things.]]
* In ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', in
a day due large ShoutOut to PhlebotinumBreakdown. Her older sister, Urd, goes ''Manga/MarvelousMelmo'', Negi's NonHumanSidekick Chamo produces a jar of candies that alter one's age (specifically, the red ones for older, blue ones [[FountainOfYouth the other way]]. Despite being desperate to return to their original forms, they find ways for younger]]). Of course, when he uses them, several of his students notice that [[SheIsAllGrownUp He is All Grown Up]] without actually recognizing him.
** Apparently they're based on a spell [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld Evangeline]] invented
to make up for her body's age. Once the best of it.
* While not a ''true'' instance of this trope, it's played out exactly the same. An episode of ''ZettaiKarenChildren'' has Minamoto becoming hypnotized into seeing the three young girls he watches over as five years older -- and much
gang gets more irresistible -- teens. This was to test if he really might be falling friendly with her, she provides them apparently for them.
free (the knock-offs are expensive).
* In one episode As partially mentioned above, the entire premise of ''Anime/SailorMoon [=SuperS=]'', [=PallaPalla=] switches Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon's ages ''Manga/MarvelousMelmo'' is based around as a joke. A similar plot is present in age-changing pills: the original [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]].titular character, a nine-year old girl, can use some of those to age herself into a nineteen-year old girl or an old lady, as well as turn into a baby.



* In ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' OVA: The Stranger in 10 Years, Haibara finished an antidote drug to make Conan/Shinichi 17 again but he was sick that time. Once he took the drug, he didn't turn back into a 17 year old Shinichi, [[spoiler: he's a 17 year old Conan Edogawa warped 10 years in the future. Thankfully, it ends up being a dream.]]
* ''Manga/InstantTeenJustAddNuts''; after all, there's a reason TokyoPop released the English translation under that name, and that reason is this trope being a major plot element.



* In ''Manga/CastleTownDandelion'', Hikari's RoyaltySuperpower can temporarily manipulate any living organism's biological age. One of the effects of this power is this. (Of course, the other effect will be FountainOfYouth.)

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* In ''Manga/CastleTownDandelion'', Hikari's RoyaltySuperpower can temporarily manipulate any living organism's biological age. One ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' the TokenMiniMoe wishes she had the MostCommonSuperpower the others in the UnwantedHarem has, so she comes up with this magical spell and is aged into a teenager and becomes a HotWitch whom all of the effects boys drool over, complete with a large bust (though her boobs are still not as big as Kurumu's).
* In one episode of ''Anime/SailorMoon [=SuperS=]'', [=PallaPalla=] switches Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon's ages around as a joke. A similar plot is present in the original [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]].
* In ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' Yami, once, use her Shapeshifter abilities to change her bodies size and measurements to look more mature and adult-like. Although she choice to remain in her child-like form is most likely due to the fact that it is comfortable when in combat.
** Nemesis in the sequel ''Darkness'', most of the time, to tease Rito and give him a taste of MarshmallowHell.
* While not a ''true'' instance
of this power is this. (Of course, trope, it's played out exactly the other effect will same. An episode of ''Manga/ZettaiKarenChildren'' has Minamoto becoming hypnotized into seeing the three young girls he watches over as five years older -- and much more irresistible -- teens. This was to test if he really might be FountainOfYouth.)falling for them.
17th Apr '16 8:36:54 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* Of course, we also have to mention [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] ([[IAmNotShazam NOT Shazam]]), a boy who transforms into an adult superhero. This actually causes a problem when he gets involved with a superheroine his own age, and they have to break up because their teammates, who don't know Marvel's civilian identity, would take it the wrong way. That may have been the origin of Major Might's very brief affair with Amazonia in ''LoveAndCapes''.

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* Of course, we also have to mention [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] ([[IAmNotShazam NOT Shazam]]), Marvel]], a boy who transforms into an adult superhero. This actually causes a problem when he gets involved with a superheroine his own age, and they have to break up because their teammates, who don't know Marvel's civilian identity, would take it the wrong way. That may have been the origin of Major Might's very brief affair with Amazonia in ''LoveAndCapes''.
10th Apr '16 5:34:41 AM readergirl304
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*''Series/Smallville'' has an episode where two kryptonite-infected teenagers hook up at a party and have a baby...one week later. Clark and Lana end up taking care of the child as he rapidly ages from infant to child before exploding from the effects of rapid aging.
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