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14th Jun '18 4:34:41 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** [[http://img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20131209171102/mlp/images/thumb/e/e3/Daring_Do_ID_S4E04.png/240px-Daring_Do_ID_S4E04.png Daring Do]] has the same appearance as Rainbow Dash, just with a monochrome mane and a tan rather than blue coat. Her explorer clothes help differentiate her.

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** [[http://img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20131209171102/mlp/images/thumb/e/e3/Daring_Do_ID_S4E04.png/240px-Daring_Do_ID_S4E04.png Daring Do]] has the same appearance as Rainbow Dash, just with a monochrome mane and a tan rather than blue coat. Her explorer clothes help differentiate her. In her original appearance it was because Dash was imagining what she read in a book... and then when she appeared in person she still looked like that.
13th Jun '18 9:41:16 PM Simpsonwatcher314
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies'' reuses a character model of a villain from [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou the original series]], and just recolors him white to make a 'new' villain.
6th Jun '18 2:30:12 PM Mousepad
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* Several of the enemies in ''VideoGame/{{Overload}}'' have super variants, characterized by a red glow, increased armor and considerably stronger weaponry.
29th May '18 8:23:04 AM Wildstar93
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* Little John from ''Disney/RobinHood'' is basically Baloo from ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' but with brown fur (instead of gray) and wearing clothing. Not only that, but they also share the same voice actor.
24th May '18 11:48:16 PM 59Efra
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** [[http://imgur.com/6deLLot [=SmackDown's=] Tag Team titles]] are also a palette swap of [[http://imgur.com/7myKRjq Raw's Tag Team Titles]], replacing the black leather and bronze plates with blue leather and silver plates.

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** [[http://imgur.com/6deLLot [=SmackDown's=] Tag Team titles]] are also a palette swap of [[http://imgur.com/7myKRjq Raw's Tag Team Titles]], replacing the black leather and bronze plates with blue leather and silver plates. And then an updated design of the Raw Tag Team Titles became a palette swap of SmackDown's, with a red leather and silver plates.
22nd May '18 6:25:19 PM Rextor
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** Nintendo is very fond of making their consoles and accessories in different colors. The Nintendo 64 had controllers of various colors, ranging from red, blue, green, purple, etc. The console itself would also be produced in colors beyond black late in its life. When the Gamecube was launched, it came in either black or purple, along with its controllers. Later on, there would be a silver/platinum version and for a short time, there was orange, but that color was used only for the controller. The Wii initially released only in white, but it was also produced in black years later and there were controllers in black as well, along with pink, blue, and a limited edition of gold. The Wii-U and its controllers only ever came in either black or white. The Switch console is only produced in black, although the attachable Joy-Con come in gray, as well as several neon colors such as blue, red, yellow, green and pink. A set of limited edition [[VideoGames/SuperMarioOdyssey Super Mario Odyssey]] red Joy-Con also exist. The standard wireless Pro Controller is black, although a [[VideoGames/Splatoon2 Splatoon 2]] Pro Controller with green and pink grips came out to coincide with the release of the game. There are several other cheaper Pro Controller variants, but they lack all the features of their more expensive brethren.

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** Nintendo is very fond of making their consoles and accessories in different colors. The Nintendo 64 had controllers of various colors, ranging from red, blue, green, purple, etc. The console itself would also be produced in colors beyond black late in its life. When the Gamecube was launched, it came in either black or purple, along with its controllers. Later on, there would be a silver/platinum version and for a short time, there was orange, but that color was used only for the controller. The Wii initially released only in white, but it was also produced in black years later and there were controllers in black as well, along with pink, blue, and a limited edition of gold. The Wii-U and its controllers only ever came in either black or white. The Switch console is only produced in black, although the attachable Joy-Con come in gray, as well as several neon colors such as blue, red, yellow, green and pink. A set of limited edition [[VideoGames/SuperMarioOdyssey Super Mario Odyssey]] red Joy-Con also exist. The standard wireless Pro Controller is black, although a [[VideoGames/Splatoon2 Splatoon 2]] Pro Controller with green and pink grips came out to coincide with the release of the game. There are several other cheaper Pro Controller variants, but they lack all the several features of found only in their more expensive brethren.
22nd May '18 6:23:35 PM Rextor
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** Nintendo is very fond of making their consoles and accessories in different colors. The Nintendo 64 had controllers of various colors, ranging from red, blue, green, purple, etc. The console itself would also be produced in colors beyond black late in its life. When the Gamecube was launched, it came in either black or purple, along with its controllers. Later on, there would be a silver/platinum version and for a short time, there was orange, but that color was used only for the controller. The Wii initially released only in white, but it was also produced in black years later and there were controllers in black as well, along with pink, blue, and a limited edition of gold. The Wii-U and its controllers only ever came in either black or white. The Switch console is only produced in black, although the Joy-Con come in a gray and a number of neon colors such as blue, red, yellow, green and pink.

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** Nintendo is very fond of making their consoles and accessories in different colors. The Nintendo 64 had controllers of various colors, ranging from red, blue, green, purple, etc. The console itself would also be produced in colors beyond black late in its life. When the Gamecube was launched, it came in either black or purple, along with its controllers. Later on, there would be a silver/platinum version and for a short time, there was orange, but that color was used only for the controller. The Wii initially released only in white, but it was also produced in black years later and there were controllers in black as well, along with pink, blue, and a limited edition of gold. The Wii-U and its controllers only ever came in either black or white. The Switch console is only produced in black, although the attachable Joy-Con come in a gray and a number of gray, as well as several neon colors such as blue, red, yellow, green and pink.pink. A set of limited edition [[VideoGames/SuperMarioOdyssey Super Mario Odyssey]] red Joy-Con also exist. The standard wireless Pro Controller is black, although a [[VideoGames/Splatoon2 Splatoon 2]] Pro Controller with green and pink grips came out to coincide with the release of the game. There are several other cheaper Pro Controller variants, but they lack all the features of their more expensive brethren.
22nd May '18 6:09:23 PM Rextor
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** Nintendo is very fond of making their consoles and accessories in different colors. The Nintendo 64 had controllers of various colors, ranging from red, blue, green, purple, etc. The console itself would also be produced in colors beyond black late in its life. When the Gamecube was launched, it came in either black or purple, along with its controllers. Later on, there would be a silver/platinum version and for a short time, there was orange, but that color was used only for the controller. The Wii initially released only in white, but it was also produced in black years later and there were controllers in black as well, along with pink, blue, and a limited edition of gold. The Wii-U (so far) only comes in either black or white.

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** Nintendo is very fond of making their consoles and accessories in different colors. The Nintendo 64 had controllers of various colors, ranging from red, blue, green, purple, etc. The console itself would also be produced in colors beyond black late in its life. When the Gamecube was launched, it came in either black or purple, along with its controllers. Later on, there would be a silver/platinum version and for a short time, there was orange, but that color was used only for the controller. The Wii initially released only in white, but it was also produced in black years later and there were controllers in black as well, along with pink, blue, and a limited edition of gold. The Wii-U (so far) and its controllers only comes ever came in either black or white.white. The Switch console is only produced in black, although the Joy-Con come in a gray and a number of neon colors such as blue, red, yellow, green and pink.
19th May '18 10:13:37 PM SSJMagus
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* Shion, the heroine of the NonSerialMoie ''Anime/NarutoShippudenTheMovie'', is aside from hair and eye color identical to Hinata Hyuga, one of the supporting characters of the main series. They even both have [[MagicalEye pupil-less magical eyes]].

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* Shion, the heroine of the NonSerialMoie NonSerialMovie ''Anime/NarutoShippudenTheMovie'', is aside from hair and eye color identical to Hinata Hyuga, one of the supporting characters of the main series. They even both have [[MagicalEye pupil-less magical eyes]].
19th May '18 10:13:14 PM SSJMagus
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* Shion, the heroine of the NonSerialMoie ''Anime/NarutoShippudenTheMovie'', is aside from hair and eye color identical to Hinata Hyuga, one of the supporting characters of the main series. They even both have [[MagicalEye pupil-less magical eyes]].
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