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10th Jul '17 12:24:33 PM thatother1dude
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* A strange example in regards to ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': The show got a {{Mockbuster}} entitled ''Miracle Star'' that ripped off scenes from the show wholesale. The show, in turn, then made CaptainErsatz versions of those characters in the episode [[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS5E11TheCopycats "The Copycats"]].

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* A strange example in regards to ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': The show got a {{Mockbuster}} ShoddyKnockoffProduct entitled ''Miracle Star'' that ripped off scenes from the show wholesale. The show, in turn, then made CaptainErsatz versions of those characters in the episode [[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS5E11TheCopycats "The Copycats"]].
29th Jun '17 8:52:29 AM rjd1922
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** ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' was a popular LighterAndSofter comic, which was adapted thematically into the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' cartoon, which got a comic book version drawn by the former artist of the YJ comic. There was later a ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' cartoon based on the DarkerAndEdgier TT comic, which in turn received its ''own'' tie-in comics. To complete the loop, the TT cartoon was spun off into ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', which also received a [[ComicBook/TeenTitansGo comic adaptation]]: the full loop is comic → cartoon → comic → two cartoons → two comics.

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** ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' was a popular LighterAndSofter comic, which was adapted thematically into the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' cartoon, which got a comic book version called ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo'' drawn by the former artist of the YJ comic. There was later a ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' cartoon based on the DarkerAndEdgier TT comic, which in turn received its ''own'' tie-in comics. To complete the loop, the TT cartoon was spun off into ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' cartoon, which also received is a [[ComicBook/TeenTitansGo comedic series unrelated to the comic adaptation]]: by that name: the full loop is comic → cartoon → comic → two cartoons → two comics.comic.
22nd Jun '17 3:05:04 PM KBABZ
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** And then of course there's the "animanga", which is a manga that uses screenshots of the TV series, which itself is based on the manga. Its main upside was that it was colour while the original manga was black and white, but then it became "[[RunningGag redundantly redundant]]" with the release of Dragon Ball Colour, which colours in the original manga panels at a much higher quality.
22nd Jun '17 1:32:23 PM rjd1922
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* ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'' is a borderline example. It started out as a movie, then the ''Manga/AstroBoy'' guy made a manga that was [[InNameOnly inspired by briefly glancing at the poster]], and then someone made a feature film out of ''that'' -- which actually resembled the original film more than the manga did, as it heavily emphasized the elements of the manga that were ''already'' coincidentally similar to the film.

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* ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'' is a borderline example. It started out as a movie, then the ''Manga/AstroBoy'' guy Creator/OsamuTezuka made a manga that was [[InNameOnly [[SuggestedBy inspired by briefly glancing at the poster]], a single still from that movie of a female robot being born]], and then someone made [[Anime/{{Metropolis}} a feature film film]] out of ''that'' -- which actually resembled the original film more than the manga did, as it heavily emphasized the elements of the manga that were ''already'' coincidentally similar to the film.



* Both ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' and ''{{Franklin}}'' began their lives as popular book series. Both have since been made into television series. In turn, episodes of those series have been released as books, though they've generally avoided releasing episodes as books that were adapted from books in the first place.

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* Both ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' and ''{{Franklin}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'' began their lives as popular book series. Both have since been made into television series. In turn, episodes of those series have been released as books, though they've generally avoided releasing episodes as books that were adapted from books in the first place.


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* ''Film/NightAtTheMuseum'', based on a children's picture book, was adapted into a young adult novel.
15th Jun '17 1:06:31 PM Bosco13
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* If you guessed this has happened to any of the {{Live Action Adaptation}}s to Dr. Seuss' books, give yourself some green eggs and ham!


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* If you guessed this has happened to any of the {{Live Action Adaptation}}s to Dr. Seuss' books, give yourself some green eggs and ham!
11th Jun '17 11:46:08 AM nombretomado
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* Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven's Violin Sonata No.9 in A major, known as the ''Kreutzer'' sonata after its dedicatee,[[note]] Even though he never played the sonata (calling it "outrageously unintelligible"), only met Beethoven once, and didn't care for his music.[[/note]] inspired the novella ''The Kreutzer Sonata'' by Creator/LeoTolstoy about an adulterous affair between a violinist and pianist who perform the Beethoven work. Tolstoy's novella was then adapted back into music as Leoš Janáček’s String Quartet No.1, also called ''Kreutzer Sonata'', which paraphrases a theme from the first movement of the original ''Kreutzer'' sonata in its third movement.

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* Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven's Music/LudwigVanBeethoven's Violin Sonata No.9 in A major, known as the ''Kreutzer'' sonata after its dedicatee,[[note]] Even though he never played the sonata (calling it "outrageously unintelligible"), only met Beethoven once, and didn't care for his music.[[/note]] inspired the novella ''The Kreutzer Sonata'' by Creator/LeoTolstoy about an adulterous affair between a violinist and pianist who perform the Beethoven work. Tolstoy's novella was then adapted back into music as Leoš Janáček’s String Quartet No.1, also called ''Kreutzer Sonata'', which paraphrases a theme from the first movement of the original ''Kreutzer'' sonata in its third movement.
19th May '17 11:22:17 AM thatother1dude
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* A strange example in regards to ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': The show got a {{Mockbuster}} entitled ''Miracle Star'' that ripped off scenes from the show wholesale. The show, in turn, then made CaptainErsatz versions of those characters in the episode ''[[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS5E11TheCopycats The Copycats]]''.

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* A strange example in regards to ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': The show got a {{Mockbuster}} entitled ''Miracle Star'' that ripped off scenes from the show wholesale. The show, in turn, then made CaptainErsatz versions of those characters in the episode ''[[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS5E11TheCopycats The Copycats]]''.[[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS5E11TheCopycats "The Copycats"]].
16th May '17 8:04:55 PM Yozzy
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* Through an elaborate set of videos, Creator/TheFineBrothers gave us [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lg3hHaSzz08 Kids React to Poppy Reacts to Kids React to]] [[Music/ThatPoppy Poppy]]. As Poppy is more or less performance art which invokes UncannyValleyGirl, it actually turned out to be a pretty good practical joke.
14th May '17 9:09:07 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Trigun}}'' is a strange beast; it began as a manga, which ended prematurely due to publication issues but shortly after was adapted as an anime with a definite conclusion to the story; but later the original manga was republished under a different magazine, and continued on while borrowing story elements from ''its own adaptation''.

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* ''{{Trigun}}'' ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'' is a strange beast; it began as a manga, which ended prematurely due to publication issues but shortly after was adapted as an anime with a definite conclusion to the story; but later the original manga was republished under a different magazine, and continued on while borrowing story elements from ''its own adaptation''.
7th May '17 7:53:59 PM Golondrina
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* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'': Novel (''Hi-Streamer'') → Movie → Novel (''Beltorchika's Children''). Note that both novels were written by series creator YoshiyukiTomino, and none of these are straight adaptations.

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* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'': Novel (''Hi-Streamer'') → Movie → Novel (''Beltorchika's Children''). Note that both novels were written by series creator YoshiyukiTomino, Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, and none of these are straight adaptations.
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