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20th Jul '17 6:19:32 AM TroperNo9001
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** "He Lives In You" from ''Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride'' is from the musical adaptation of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' [[AdaptationDisplacement The film version is]] [[OlderThanTheyThink more well-known]]. The [[AdaptationalContextChange context]] was changed between the versions. The theater version is sung by Rafiki to Simba during the part where Simba [[spoiler:speaks to Mufasa]] while the film version happens during Kiara's (Simba's daughter) presentation and is sung by an outside source.

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** "He Lives In You" from ''Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride'' is from the musical adaptation of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' ''Disney/TheLionKing''. [[AdaptationDisplacement The film version is]] [[OlderThanTheyThink more well-known]]. The [[AdaptationalContextChange context]] was changed between the versions. The theater version is sung by Rafiki to Simba during the part where Simba [[spoiler:speaks to Mufasa]] while the film version happens during Kiara's (Simba's daughter) presentation and is sung by an outside source.
12th Jul '17 9:43:50 PM comicwriter
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* Lucia von Bardas returned in ''[[Comicbook/{{Ironheart}} Invincible Iron Man]]'', now sporting her design from the ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]'' cartoon.

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* Lucia von Bardas from ''Comicbook/SecretWar'' returned in ''[[Comicbook/{{Ironheart}} Invincible Iron Man]]'', now sporting her design from the ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]'' cartoon.
12th Jul '17 9:06:26 PM comicwriter
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* During ''Comicbook/CivilWarII'', the Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy's spaceship, C.I.T.T. (Cool Interstellar Travel [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Travelship]]), was accidentally destroyed by Comicbook/TheVision. They got a replacement in ''All-New Guardians of the Galaxy'' #1, which was revealed to be the Milano, the ship they have in the movies.

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* In the comics, the Comicbook/{{Nova}} Corps was wiped out quite some time ago, but ''All-New Guardians of the Galaxy'' later introduced a new, fledging Nova Corps patterned after the one seen in the first ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' movie.
* During ''Comicbook/CivilWarII'', the Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy's spaceship, C.I.T.T. (Cool Interstellar Travel [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Travelship]]), was accidentally destroyed by Comicbook/TheVision. They got ended up stealing a replacement vessel from a Nova Corps impound lot in ''All-New Guardians of the Galaxy'' #1, 2017 Free Comic Book Day special, which was revealed turned out to be the Milano, the Star-Lord's ship they have in from the movies. movies.



* Lucia von Bardas returned in ''[[Comicbook/{{Ironheart}} Invincible Iron Man]]'', now sporting her design from ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.

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* Lucia von Bardas returned in ''[[Comicbook/{{Ironheart}} Invincible Iron Man]]'', now sporting her design from ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.
the ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]'' cartoon.
12th Jul '17 8:15:01 PM comicwriter
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* Around the time ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'' came out, the comics did a storyline where Groot was shrunken down to a miniature size as the result of a villaino's plot. This was Marvel's way of mirroring the Baby Groot plotline from the movie.

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* Around the time ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'' came out, the comics did a storyline where Groot was shrunken down to a miniature size as the result of a villaino's villain's plot. This was Marvel's way of mirroring the Baby Groot plotline from the movie.
12th Jul '17 8:12:50 PM comicwriter
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* Misty Knight was redesigned to resemble her [[Series/LukeCage TV counterpart]] in ''Black Panther and The Crew''.

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* Misty Knight was redesigned to resemble her [[Series/LukeCage TV counterpart]] in ''Black Panther ''Comicbook/BlackPanther and The Crew''.
12th Jul '17 8:11:16 PM comicwriter
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* A minor example, but ComicBook/BuckyBarnes got a redesign for the MCU too. His MCU counterpart sported a black half-mask for much of his first appearance, and so the comic book Bucky started wearing one for certain stories too. In a strange case, he also regrew the long hair he'd previously cut, so it was long like it is in the MCU, which has Bucky sporting the appearance he ''initially'' had as the Winter Soldier in the comics.

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* A minor example, but ComicBook/BuckyBarnes got a redesign for the MCU too. His MCU counterpart sported a black half-mask for much of his first appearance, and so the comic book Bucky started wearing one for certain stories too.too, beginning with ''Winter Soldier: The Bitter March''. In a strange case, he also regrew the long hair he'd previously cut, so it was long like it is in the MCU, which has Bucky sporting the appearance he ''initially'' had as the Winter Soldier in the comics.



* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' came up with the idea of giving Donnie Gill ([[ComicbookMoviesDontUseCodenames "Blizzard"]]) actual [[AnIcePerson cryonic abilities]], rather than having them come from [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman his costume]] or PoweredArmor. This change carried over into the comics, where Blizzard was revealed to be an [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Inhuman]] during ''Comicbook/{{Infinity}}'' and ''Comicbook/{{Inhumanity}}''. Due to production time, the change actually happened in the comics ''before'' Donnie even debuted on TV.
* In the lead-up to [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier the second Captain America film]], the [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Winter Soldier]] began wearing his face mask and goggles from the movie in the {{flashback}} series ''Winter Soldier: The Bitter March''.
** The movie introduced a drug that Bruce Banner had designed to control Hulk-Outs. Though it proved ineffective on Banner, ComicBook/NickFury discovered that it could be easily used to create a FauxDeath effect on normal people. This drug (with the same origin!) later appeared in ''[[Comicbook/TheInvaders All-New Invaders]]''.

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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' came up with the idea of giving Donnie Gill ([[ComicbookMoviesDontUseCodenames "Blizzard"]]) actual [[AnIcePerson cryonic abilities]], rather than having them come from [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman his costume]] or PoweredArmor. This change carried over into the comics, where Blizzard was revealed to be an [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Inhuman]] during ''Comicbook/{{Infinity}}'' and ''Comicbook/{{Inhumanity}}''. Due to production time, the change actually happened in the comics ''before'' Donnie even debuted on TV.
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* In the lead-up to [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier the second Captain America film]], the [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Winter Soldier]] began wearing his face mask and goggles from the movie in the {{flashback}} series ''Winter Soldier: The Bitter March''.
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''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' introduced a drug that Bruce Banner had designed to control Hulk-Outs. Though it proved ineffective on Banner, ComicBook/NickFury discovered that it could be easily used to create a FauxDeath effect on normal people. This drug (with the same origin!) later appeared in ''[[Comicbook/TheInvaders All-New Invaders]]''.
12th Jul '17 8:09:18 PM comicwriter
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* A minor example, but ComicBook/BuckyBarnes got a redesign for the MCU too. His MCU counterpart sported a black half-mask for much of his first appearance, and so the comic book Bucky started wearing one for certain stories too. In a strange case, he also regained the long hair he'd previously cut, so it was long like it is in the MCU, which has Bucky sporting the appearance he ''initially'' had as the Winter Soldier in the comics.

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* A minor example, but ComicBook/BuckyBarnes got a redesign for the MCU too. His MCU counterpart sported a black half-mask for much of his first appearance, and so the comic book Bucky started wearing one for certain stories too. In a strange case, he also regained regrew the long hair he'd previously cut, so it was long like it is in the MCU, which has Bucky sporting the appearance he ''initially'' had as the Winter Soldier in the comics.
12th Jul '17 8:08:32 PM comicwriter
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* A minor example, but ComicBook/BuckyBarnes got a redesign for the MCU too. His MCU counterpart sported a black half-mask for much of his first appearance, and so the comic book Bucky started wearing one for certain stories too. In a strange case, he also regained the short hair he'd previously cut, so it was long like it is in the MCU, which has Bucky sporting the appearance he ''initially'' had as the Winter Soldier in the comics.

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* A minor example, but ComicBook/BuckyBarnes got a redesign for the MCU too. His MCU counterpart sported a black half-mask for much of his first appearance, and so the comic book Bucky started wearing one for certain stories too. In a strange case, he also regained the short long hair he'd previously cut, so it was long like it is in the MCU, which has Bucky sporting the appearance he ''initially'' had as the Winter Soldier in the comics.
12th Jul '17 7:59:11 PM comicwriter
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* The supervillain Bullseye originally wore a costume with a mask that had a bullseye design on it. In [[Film/{{Daredevil}} the 2003 movie]], Bullseye dressed like a biker and had a bullseye scar directly on his forehead. The comics followed suit by having Bullseye adopt the biker outfit in Creator/KevinSmith's ''Daredevil/Bullseye: The Target'' mini-series, and Creator/BrianBendis later incorporated the scar by having an enraged Daredevil carve a bullseye into the forehead of his nemesis. The movie design was also used as Bullseye's default look in ''Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX''.

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* The supervillain Bullseye originally wore a costume with a mask that had a bullseye design on it. In [[Film/{{Daredevil}} the 2003 movie]], ''Film/{{Daredevil}}'' movie, Bullseye instead [[NotWearingTights dressed like a biker biker]] and had a bullseye scar directly on his forehead. The comics followed suit by having Bullseye adopt the biker outfit in Creator/KevinSmith's ''Daredevil/Bullseye: The Target'' mini-series, and Creator/BrianBendis later incorporated the scar by having an enraged Daredevil carve a bullseye into the forehead of his nemesis. The movie design was also used as Bullseye's default look in ''Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX''.
12th Jul '17 7:57:47 PM comicwriter
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* The supervillain Bullseye originally wore a costume with a mask that had a bullseye design on it. In [[Film/{{Daredevil}} the 2003 movie]], Bullseye dressed like a biker and had a bullseye scar directly on his forehead. The comics followed suit by having Bullseye adopt the biker outfit in Creator/KevinSmith's ''Daredevil/Bullseye: The Target'' mini-series, and Creator/BrianBendis later incorporated the scar by having an enraged Daredevil carve a bullseye into the forehead of his nemesis. The movie design was also used as Bullseye's default look in ''Comicbook/PunisherMAX''.

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* The supervillain Bullseye originally wore a costume with a mask that had a bullseye design on it. In [[Film/{{Daredevil}} the 2003 movie]], Bullseye dressed like a biker and had a bullseye scar directly on his forehead. The comics followed suit by having Bullseye adopt the biker outfit in Creator/KevinSmith's ''Daredevil/Bullseye: The Target'' mini-series, and Creator/BrianBendis later incorporated the scar by having an enraged Daredevil carve a bullseye into the forehead of his nemesis. The movie design was also used as Bullseye's default look in ''Comicbook/PunisherMAX''.''Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX''.
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