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20th Sep '17 6:21:14 AM Tiggerific
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* In ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'', ComicBook/BlackWidow and Bruce Banner/The Hulk enter a romance. In the comics each has had several partners, such as ComicBook/BettyRoss, Jarella, Red Guardian, Bucky Barnes, etc, but never each other.
19th Sep '17 1:15:56 AM Monsund
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* In the original ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'', the mages Boey and Mae were LikeBrotherAndSister. However, the remake ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'' makes their bickering into BelligerentSexualTension, and they're explicitely said marry if they both survive to the end. (If not, the survivor will [[TheMourningAfter remain unmarried for the rest of his/her life.]])
14th Sep '17 7:57:14 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** In the manga, Ichigo and Rukia are PlatonicLifePartners and each other's [[TheNotLoveInterest not-love interests]], and have ShipTease with Orihime and Renji respectively. The anime not only takes out some of Ichigo's ShipTease with Orihime but adds as much ShipTease between him and Rukia as it's possible ''without'' making her into Ichigo's official girlfriend, i.e. adding a CanonForeigner Shinigami who clearly ships them ''and'' making a whole {{filler}} episode littered with semi-romantic interactions. [[spoiler: Ironically, the manga not only ''decreased'' the teasing from the end of the SoulSociety arc onwards, but [[ShipSinking sank the Ichigo/Rukia ship without mercy]].]]

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** In the manga, Ichigo and Rukia are PlatonicLifePartners and each other's [[TheNotLoveInterest not-love interests]], and have ShipTease with Orihime and Renji respectively. The anime not only takes out some of Ichigo's ShipTease ST with Orihime but adds as much ShipTease teasing between him and Rukia as it's possible ''without'' making her into Ichigo's official girlfriend, i.e. adding a CanonForeigner Shinigami who clearly ships them ''and'' making a whole {{filler}} episode littered with semi-romantic interactions. [[spoiler: Ironically, the manga not only ''decreased'' the teasing from the end of the SoulSociety Soul Society arc onwards, but [[ShipSinking sank the Ichigo/Rukia ship without mercy]].]]
14th Sep '17 7:56:30 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** WordOfGod has stated it's not a romance manga, which is why the main characters have no romance and any romance that does get covered is either in the background or part of another character's back story. However, in the anime filler arc, the Gotei 13 Invasion, the anime team demote all the main cast and even the secondary cast to extras in favour of their filler villains and heroine and their filler evil clones. To ensure there's romance in the arc, they make ''Kon'' the hero of the arc (demoting even the main character) by promoting him to the filler heroine's love interest (even changing his back story to accommodate her).
** In the manga, Ichigo and Rukia are PlatonicLifePartners and each other's [[TheNotLoveInterest not-love interests]], and have ShipTease with Orihime and Renji respectively. The anime adds as much ShipTease as it's possible ''without'' making Rukia into Ichigo's official girlfriend, i.e. adding a CanonForeigner Shinigami who clearly ships them ''and'' making a whole {{filler}} episode littered with semi-romantic interactions. [[spoiler: Ironically, the manga [[ShipSinking sank the ship without mercy]].]]

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** WordOfGod has stated it's not a romance manga, which is why [[PlatonicLifePartners the two main characters have no romance romance]] and any romance that does get covered is either tends to be in the background (aside of some ShipTease) or part of another character's back story. However, in the anime filler arc, the Gotei 13 Invasion, the anime team demote all the main cast and even the secondary cast to extras in favour of their filler villains and heroine and their filler evil clones. To ensure there's romance in the arc, they make ''Kon'' the hero of the arc (demoting even the main character) by promoting him to the filler heroine's heroine Nozomi's love interest (even changing his back story to accommodate her).
** In the manga, Ichigo and Rukia are PlatonicLifePartners and each other's [[TheNotLoveInterest not-love interests]], and have ShipTease with Orihime and Renji respectively. The anime not only takes out some of Ichigo's ShipTease with Orihime but adds as much ShipTease between him and Rukia as it's possible ''without'' making Rukia her into Ichigo's official girlfriend, i.e. adding a CanonForeigner Shinigami who clearly ships them ''and'' making a whole {{filler}} episode littered with semi-romantic interactions. [[spoiler: Ironically, the manga not only ''decreased'' the teasing from the end of the SoulSociety arc onwards, but [[ShipSinking sank the Ichigo/Rukia ship without mercy]].]]
7th Sep '17 6:08:55 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** Series 2, ''The Truth of Nagasaki'': it has [[PrincelyYoungMan Yuzuki]], [[IntrepidReporer Ritsu]] and [[TheQuietOne Kagura]]

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** Series 2, ''The Truth of Nagasaki'': it has [[PrincelyYoungMan Yuzuki]], [[IntrepidReporer [[IntrepidReporter Ritsu]] and [[TheQuietOne Kagura]]
7th Sep '17 6:08:30 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''VisualNovel/ShallWeDateNinjaShadow'' follows the "interactive media" deal described above, by first introducing the cast and then ''gradually'' releasing the {{romance sidequest}}s: that way, charas that are seen in the background of each path at first gain their own romance routes. The strategy includes four "release series", each one featuring three prospect boyfriends (or five, in the last batch) whose quests are released gradually as months pass:
** Series 1, ''The Revenge on the Evil'': it has [[BigBrotherMentor Ukyo]], [[SexyPriest Asagi]] and [[AmnesiacLover Eduard]]
** Series 2, ''The Truth of Nagasaki'': it has [[PrincelyYoungMan Yuzuki]], [[IntrepidReporer Ritsu]] and [[TheQuietOne Kagura]]
** Series 3, ''The Hidden Story of Nagasaki'': it has [[BenevolentBoss Makoto]], [[AdorKable Shintaro]] and [[AntiVillain Toru]]
** Series 5, ''Coming of the New Age'': it has [[ManipulativeBastard Tsubaki]] and [[HotBlooded Hijikata]], as of September 2017. [[DudeLooksLikeALady Okita]], [[SunglassesAtNight Sakamoto]] and [[BenevolentBoss Nobuyoshi]] [[spoiler: aka the ''Shogun'']] are still in the works.
7th Sep '17 5:58:09 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** In the manga, Ichigo and Rukia are PlatonicLifePartners and each other's [[TheNotLoveInterest not-love interests]]. The anime adds as much ShipTease as it's possible ''without'' making Rukia into Ichigo's official girlfriend, i.e. adding a CanonForeigner Shinigami who clearly ships them ''and'' making a whole {{filler}} episode littered with semi-romantic interactions. [[spoiler: Ironically, the manga [[ShipSinking sank the ship without mercy]].]]

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** In the manga, Ichigo and Rukia are PlatonicLifePartners and each other's [[TheNotLoveInterest not-love interests]].interests]], and have ShipTease with Orihime and Renji respectively. The anime adds as much ShipTease as it's possible ''without'' making Rukia into Ichigo's official girlfriend, i.e. adding a CanonForeigner Shinigami who clearly ships them ''and'' making a whole {{filler}} episode littered with semi-romantic interactions. [[spoiler: Ironically, the manga [[ShipSinking sank the ship without mercy]].]]



* In the original ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'', the mages Boey and Mae were LikeBrotherAndSister. However, the remake ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'' makes their bickering into BelligerentSexualTension, and they marry if they both survive to the end. (If not, the survivor will [[TheMourningAfter remain unmarried for the rest of his/her life.]])

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* In the original ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'', the mages Boey and Mae were LikeBrotherAndSister. However, the remake ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'' makes their bickering into BelligerentSexualTension, and they they're explicitely said marry if they both survive to the end. (If not, the survivor will [[TheMourningAfter remain unmarried for the rest of his/her life.]])
5th Sep '17 7:37:53 AM Pichu-kun
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* The French dub of ''Anime/SonicX'' combined this with LullDestruction. The final episode has Sonic stating something inaudible to Amy in the original version. Dubs decided to give Sonic dialogue during this portion. The English dub had a vague enough "Don't worry Amy, I never will [abandon you]". The French dub however took it up a knotch with "Of course I love you Amy--forever".
3rd Sep '17 12:40:03 PM Peteman
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* Virtually all film adaptations of ''Literature/AndThenThereWereNone'' include a romance subplot between Vera and Lombard, two characters who had at most a few ShipTease moments in the book, and also [[spoiler:have them survive together instead of dying]]. This is brutally subverted in the 1987 Soviet film and 2015 BBC miniseries, however: the "romance" in the Soviet film culminates in [[spoiler:Lombard ''raping'' Vera which further worsens her mental breakdown]] and the romance in the BBC series [[spoiler:does ''not'' stop a paranoid and mentally unstable Vera from shooting Lombard dead just like in the original book]].

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* Virtually all film adaptations of ''Literature/AndThenThereWereNone'' include a romance subplot between Vera and Lombard, two characters who had at most a few ShipTease moments in the book, and also [[spoiler:have them survive together instead of dying]]. This is brutally subverted in the 1987 Soviet film and 2015 BBC miniseries, however: the "romance" in the Soviet film culminates in [[spoiler:Lombard ''raping'' Vera which further worsens her mental breakdown]] and the romance in the BBC series [[spoiler:does ''not'' stop a paranoid and mentally unstable Vera from shooting Lombard dead just like in the original book]].
2nd Sep '17 5:33:58 PM DesertDragon
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* An Series/IronFist writer [[http://mcuexchange.com/iron-fist-writer-tamara-becher-on-the-thought-process-behind-the-show/ outright stated]] that the idea of a romance between Danny and Colleen came about when the writers looked at what they'd done thus far and noticed that there wasn't much sex in the show.

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* An Series/IronFist writer [[http://mcuexchange.com/iron-fist-writer-tamara-becher-on-the-thought-process-behind-the-show/ outright stated]] that the idea of a romance between Danny and Colleen came about when the writers looked at what they'd done thus far and noticed that there wasn't much sex in the show. There's also the fact that in the comics, Danny's canonical love interest is Misty Knight, but her characterization in ''Series/LukeCage'' made the idea of romance between her and Danny a CrackPairing at best.
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