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19th Nov '16 3:06:00 PM Emerald_Ice
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* ''In the Second Season installment of the anime adaptation of [[Light Novel/Bakemonogatari]]'', [[the Kogarashi Sentiment OP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWKfGd2ZH68]] is done in a retro style that serves as a throwback to 90s anime.''

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* ''In the Second Season installment of the The anime adaptation of [[Light Novel/Bakemonogatari]]'', [[the Kogarashi Sentiment OP https://www.''[[Anime/{{Bakemonogatari}} Monogatari Second Season]]'', features the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWKfGd2ZH68]] com/watch?v=LWKfGd2ZH68 Kogarashi Sentiment OP ]], part of which is done drawn in a retro the style that serves as a throwback to of 90s anime.''shows and juxtaposed with a more modern style. Bonus points: it features a tacky duet by Senjoughara and Kaiki, the latter of whom is terribly out of tune.
19th Nov '16 2:52:44 PM Emerald_Ice
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* ''In the Second Season installment of the anime adaptation of [[Light Novel/Bakemonogatari]]'', [[the Kogarashi Sentiment OP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWKfGd2ZH68]] is done in a retro style that serves as a throwback to 90s anime.''
9th Nov '16 9:11:44 AM nombretomado
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* The humorous one-shot ''Franchise/{{Superman}}[=/=]Franchise/{{Batman}}: World's Funnest'' featured the two [[GreatGazoo magical imps]] Mr. Mxyzptlk and Bat-Mite accidentally destroying countless alternate universes, most of them drawn in the style of a certain artist--Curt Swan, Sheldon Mayer, C. C. Beck, JackKirby, Alex Ross, [[{{DCAU}} Bruce Timm]] and so on.

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* The humorous one-shot ''Franchise/{{Superman}}[=/=]Franchise/{{Batman}}: World's Funnest'' featured the two [[GreatGazoo magical imps]] Mr. Mxyzptlk and Bat-Mite accidentally destroying countless alternate universes, most of them drawn in the style of a certain artist--Curt Swan, Sheldon Mayer, C. C. Beck, JackKirby, Creator/JackKirby, Alex Ross, [[{{DCAU}} Bruce Timm]] and so on.



* The work of Irish animator [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-rSVF7vetL0mVpE5FEboUg/videos George White]] heavily leans to this, influences as far as JackKirby, 2000AD, Film/HammerHorror, the VHS age, Spectrum videogames, early LucasArts, BBC science fiction, pulp novels and general LimitedAnimation.

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* The work of Irish animator [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-rSVF7vetL0mVpE5FEboUg/videos George White]] heavily leans to this, influences as far as JackKirby, Creator/JackKirby, 2000AD, Film/HammerHorror, the VHS age, Spectrum videogames, early LucasArts, BBC science fiction, pulp novels and general LimitedAnimation.
5th Nov '16 9:16:35 PM bowserbros
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* ''WebVideo/ItalianSpiderman'' is shot on 16 millimeter film and lazily dubbed in Italian to accurately replicate the kind of foreign [[BMovie B-movies]] of TheSixties that it parodies.
17th Oct '16 5:10:06 PM nombretomado
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* It's not unknown for a flashback or 'never before told' story to be drawn in the style of a certain time period. An excellent example is ''The Age of the Sentry'' miniseries, whose [[ComicBook/TheSentry titular hero]] was supposedly Marvel's Franchise/{{Superman}} {{Expy}} in the 1960s, but was forgotten by all of humanity until his "return" in 2000. The flashback scenes are drawn to resemble 1960s Creator/JackKirby and 1980s FrankMiller. The front cover even has a fake "Approved by the [[UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Cosmic Code]] Authority" logo.

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* It's not unknown for a flashback or 'never before told' story to be drawn in the style of a certain time period. An excellent example is ''The Age of the Sentry'' miniseries, whose [[ComicBook/TheSentry titular hero]] was supposedly Marvel's Franchise/{{Superman}} {{Expy}} in the 1960s, but was forgotten by all of humanity until his "return" in 2000. The flashback scenes are drawn to resemble 1960s Creator/JackKirby and 1980s FrankMiller.Creator/FrankMiller. The front cover even has a fake "Approved by the [[UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Cosmic Code]] Authority" logo.
6th Oct '16 11:37:55 AM DustSnitch
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* The "[[ArtShift digital]]" parts in ''[[Creator/ThisIsIt Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 5]]'' are made to look like awkward 1990s computer 3D graphics.

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* The "[[ArtShift digital]]" parts in ''[[Creator/ThisIsIt "[[WebVideo/DontHugMeImScared Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 5]]'' 5]]" are made to look like awkward 1990s computer 3D graphics.
2nd Oct '16 11:18:15 AM jamespolk
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* 2011 French romantic comedy ''Film/TheArtist'' is shot in the old 1.33:1 AspectRatio,DeliberatelyMonochrome, and is a [[SilenceIsGolden silent film]].

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* 2011 French romantic comedy ''Film/TheArtist'' is shot in the old 1.33:1 AspectRatio,DeliberatelyMonochrome, 4:3 AspectRatio, is DeliberatelyMonochrome, and is a [[SilenceIsGolden silent film]].film]].
* Low-budget 1989 independent film ''Film/SidewalkStories'' is quite similar to ''The Artist''--it isn't shot in the 4:3 aspect ratio, but it is a DeliberatelyMonochrome SilentMovie, and a remake of Creator/CharlieChaplin's ''[[Film/TheKid1921 The Kid]]'' to boot.
12th Sep '16 6:47:03 AM DynamiteXI
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* ''Series/StrangerThings'' enjoys this trope, befitting its [[TheEighties Eighties]] setting. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPDZkbq0Zp8 The opening titles]] have burn-in, film specks, and slight flickering, making them look like the opening titles to a show from the Eighties. In addition, the show's electronic background music deliberately sounds like something that Creator/JohnCarpenter might have done back then.
5th Sep '16 4:44:52 AM jamespolk
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* The 1977 war film ''The Ascent'' is made up to look like a film from the 1940s, with its World War II setting, uses of Academy ratio (an aspect ratio long disused by then) and black and white cinematography.

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* The 1977 war film ''The Ascent'' ''Film/TheAscent'' is made up to look like a film from the 1940s, with its World War II setting, uses of Academy ratio (an aspect ratio long disused by then) and black and white cinematography.



* ''[[Film/TheForceAwakens Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens]]'' is partly this. They're using practical effects when they can, and CGI effects when they must. It's a departure from the Prequel Trilogy, where many consider CGI effects to be overused to the trilogy's detriment.

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* ''[[Film/TheForceAwakens Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens]]'' 1989 short film ''Film/TheLunchDate'' is partly this. They're using practical effects when they can, shot in black-and-white, with a rather old-timey classical music score and CGI effects when they must. It's a departure from an old-style font for the Prequel Trilogy, where many consider CGI effects to be overused to the trilogy's detriment.opening title card.
31st Aug '16 2:52:26 PM DavidDelony
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* Airlines will often paint a few new planes in an old livery out of nostalgia.
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