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30th May '16 4:00:24 PM bjgouki
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* {{Deadpool}}; started as a typical Rob Liefeld '[[{{Expy}} creation inspired by]]' Deathstroke, but had a tendency to snark (something added by Fabien Nicieza, Liefeld never intended such). [[MyRealDaddy Joe Kelly]] then made him insane.

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* {{Deadpool}}; started as a typical Rob Liefeld '[[{{Expy}} creation inspired by]]' Deathstroke, but had a tendency to snark (something added by Fabien Nicieza, Liefeld never intended such). [[MyRealDaddy Joe Kelly]] then made him insane.insane, but also did many other things making this arguably more a case of character development or focusing.
19th May '16 3:07:14 PM fsdfsdfsd
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* ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' flip-flops between this and CerberusSyndrome, with the series slowly getting into darker and more depressing topics, but then ending the first arc with the main character getting an optimistic pep-talk from his mom. Season 2 gets even darker and then closes with an extremely optimistic message and an easy solution to a very complex societal issue, until the last thirty seconds of the episode set up the next season.
22nd Mar '16 11:04:11 PM MyFinalEdits
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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', after the infamous turning point in the manga where Guts is defeated and his love interest is raped, begins to introduce less grim elements and humor, such as a brat who serves as a parody of {{samurai}} and KidHero, mermaids fighting pirates, and so on (though it should be noted that we're talking light-hearted by ''Berserk'' standards, so take that with a grain of salt).

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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', after the infamous turning point in the manga where Guts is defeated and his love interest is raped, begins to introduce less grim elements and humor, such as a brat who serves as a parody of {{samurai}} and KidHero, mermaids fighting pirates, and so on (though it should be noted that we're talking light-hearted by ''Berserk'' standards, so take that with a grain of salt).on.
22nd Mar '16 7:22:21 AM AtticusOmundson
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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', after the infamous turning point in the manga where Guts is defeated and his love interest is raped, begins to introduce less grim elements and humor, such as a brat who serves as a parody of {{samurai}} and KidHero, mermaids fighting pirates, and so on.

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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', after the infamous turning point in the manga where Guts is defeated and his love interest is raped, begins to introduce less grim elements and humor, such as a brat who serves as a parody of {{samurai}} and KidHero, mermaids fighting pirates, and so on.on (though it should be noted that we're talking light-hearted by ''Berserk'' standards, so take that with a grain of salt).
15th Mar '16 4:45:00 PM Adept
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* The ''HarvestMoon'' franchise has gotten LighterAndFluffier over the years. Recent titles TastesLikeDiabetes compared to the original game, ''HarvestMoon64'', and ''HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''.

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* The ''HarvestMoon'' ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' franchise has gotten LighterAndFluffier over the years. Recent titles TastesLikeDiabetes compared to the original game, ''HarvestMoon64'', ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon64'', and ''HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''.''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''.
3rd Mar '16 2:39:10 PM AnotherDuck
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* This is often how people recovering from depression or a personal crisis feel like. Depression has a way of coloring the way one sees the world, and it's also been noted that when you feel a certain way, other times you've felt that way stand out in your memory a good bit more. This means you can ''feel'' like the entire universe has shifted.
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10th Feb '16 12:13:31 PM Silverblade2
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* Comics in general during/after the late 90s. Following the UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks, a number of dark turns were changed, and some but not all, superheroes recovered from the darker nature of the 90s, with more light hearted characters gaining popularity. Similarly, thanks to the Comic Code Authority, the Silver Age was essentially this for the, comparitively darker, Golden Age, with bans on open murder meaning superheroes now had to operate with strict no-killing policies and plots shifted from pseudo-crime noir to straight-up fantasy.
10th Jan '16 2:10:18 PM MyFinalEdits
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** However, the fifth season is the absolute winner, starting with a ''disturbingly realistic take on a cult/dictatorship'', and sliding back to comedy in the '''very next episode'''.

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** However, the The fifth season is the absolute winner, starting starts with a ''disturbingly realistic take on a cult/dictatorship'', and sliding back to comedy in the '''very ''very next episode'''.episode''.
10th Jan '16 9:11:07 AM WhatArtThee
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** However, the fifth season is the absolute winner, starting with a ''disturbingly realistic take on a cult/dictatorship'', and sliding back to comedy in the '''very next episode'''.
8th Jan '16 7:07:07 AM Dimas28
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** Similarly, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIIRevenantWings'' is significantly lighter and happier-feeling than its preceding game, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', but in a weird way. ''Final Fantasy XII'' is noted by many to be the most relatable/down-to-earth game in the series, having a far-reach plot involving politics, the issues of general masses, and freedom/subservience that sometimes you kind of get the feeling of being small and weak among the myriad of problems presented there. Meanwhile, ''Revenant Wings'' is a straight-up fantasy that explores the main characters' personal issues, akin to other games in the series, so the issue is confined within them. Plus, ''Revenant Wings'' only focuses on the safety of the [[WingedHumanoid aegyls]] (though they're decidedly a subset of humans), yet the original game focuses on of every races, [[MostWritersAreHuman including humans]].

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** Similarly, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIIRevenantWings'' is significantly lighter and happier-feeling than its preceding game, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', but in a weird way. ''Final Fantasy XII'' is noted by many to be the most relatable/down-to-earth down-to-earth and mature game in the series, having a far-reach far-reaching plot involving politics, the issues of general masses, and freedom/subservience freedom and subservience that sometimes you kind of get the feeling of being small and weak among the myriad of problems presented there. Meanwhile, ''Revenant Wings'' is a straight-up fantasy that explores the main characters' personal issues, akin to other games in the series, so the issue is confined within them. Plus, ''Revenant Wings'' only focuses on the safety of the [[WingedHumanoid aegyls]] (though they're decidedly a subset of humans), yet the original game focuses on of every races, [[MostWritersAreHuman including humans]]. especially humans.]]
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