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20th Oct '17 3:45:54 AM EvilKid
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** ''Manga/Uwakoi'' is this for his earlier work ''Manga/AkiSora'' where both series have protagonists who are effeminate ReallyGetsAround teenage boys and surrounded by pretty young girls. Ironically, while the latter deals with forbidden incestuous love between main characters, it has more chance to achieve happy end for the characters than the former. It does because the latter is played mostly light hearted typical ecchi series and the former is played for drama and deconstruction as you can feel how destructive ReallyGetsAround behavior for the characters.

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** ''Manga/Uwakoi'' Manga/Uwakoi is this for his earlier work ''Manga/AkiSora'' ''AkiSora'', where both series have protagonists who are effeminate ReallyGetsAround teenage boys and surrounded by feature many blatant sex with young, pretty young girls. Ironically, while the latter deals with [[BrotherSisterIncest forbidden incestuous love relationship]] between main characters, it has more chance to achieve happy end for the characters than the former. It does so because the latter is played mostly as (mostly) light hearted typical ecchi series and the former Uwakoi is played for drama and deconstruction as you can feel how destructive of ReallyGetsAround behavior for the of its' characters.
20th Oct '17 3:34:58 AM EvilKid
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* Creator Itosugi Masahiro:
** ''Manga/Uwakoi'' is this for his earlier work ''Manga/AkiSora'' where both series have protagonists who are effeminate ReallyGetsAround teenage boys and surrounded by pretty young girls. Ironically, while the latter deals with forbidden incestuous love between main characters, it has more chance to achieve happy end for the characters than the former. It does because the latter is played mostly light hearted typical ecchi series and the former is played for drama and deconstruction as you can feel how destructive ReallyGetsAround behavior for the characters.
12th Oct '17 3:07:27 PM WilliamRadarStorm
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* Music/MilesDavis' Music/KindOfBlue and Ornette Coleman's Music/TheShapeOfJazzToCome are frequently considered this. Both albums came out in 1959, when the jazz world was overrun with complex Bebop compositions, and both set out to do something different. The similarities end there, though; ''Kind of Blue'' is ambient, harmonically complex, and rhythmically laid-back. ''The Shape of Jazz to Come'', on the other hand, is chaotic, aggressive, mostly does away with traditional harmony and rhythms, and focuses on collective improvisation rather than individual solos.
11th Oct '17 11:46:53 AM BookReaderUSA
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** ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' to ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. At the barest level, the two films do have a vaguely similar premise: ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/TheMightyThor are faced with a situation that [[ICantDoThisByMyself they cannot handle on their own]], [[{{Crossover}} so they form alliances with heroes outside their solo franchises]] in a manner similar to ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron films]]. However, that is the only similarity the two films have. ''Captain America: Civil War'' is a [[DarkerAndEdgier gritty]], Earth-based political thriller that [[DestructiveHero emphasizes the collateral damage of superhero battles]] and [[DysfunctionJunction how traumatized the heroes themselves are]], and depicts ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/IronMan fighting [[spoiler:due to the machinations of Helmut Zero, a non-powered, non-costumed villain]] [[BreakingTheFellowship effectively ending the Avengers as we know them]]. ''Thor: Ragnarok'', by contrast, is a giddy SpaceOpera and BuddyPicture that embraces the cosmic aesthetic of Creator/JackKirby, and involves Thor ''assembling'' a team [[PuttingTheBandBackTogether of fellow former Avengers and warriors of Asgard]] such as the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk, Valkyrie, [[spoiler:ComicBook/DoctorStrange]], ([[EnemyMine and his former enemy Loki]]) against ComicBook/{{Hela}}, a superpowered, scenery-chewing [[KnightOfCerebus Goddess of Death]]. Also, while both movies ''do'' serve as {{Midquel}}s between ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', ''Civil War'' was largely set up by the events of ''Age of Ultron'', while ''Ragnarok'' plays an important role ''in'' setting up ''Infinity War''.

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** ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' to ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. At the barest level, the two films do have a vaguely similar premise: ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/TheMightyThor are faced with a situation that [[ICantDoThisByMyself they cannot handle on their own]], [[{{Crossover}} so they form alliances with heroes outside their solo franchises]] in a manner similar to ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron films]]. However, that is the only similarity the two films have. ''Captain America: Civil War'' is a [[DarkerAndEdgier gritty]], Earth-based political thriller that [[DestructiveHero emphasizes the collateral damage of superhero battles]] and [[DysfunctionJunction how traumatized the heroes themselves are]], and depicts ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/IronMan fighting [[spoiler:due to the machinations of Helmut Zero, Zemo, a non-powered, non-costumed villain]] [[BreakingTheFellowship effectively ending the Avengers as we know them]]. ''Thor: Ragnarok'', by contrast, is a giddy SpaceOpera and BuddyPicture that embraces the cosmic aesthetic of Creator/JackKirby, and involves Thor ''assembling'' a team [[PuttingTheBandBackTogether of fellow former Avengers and warriors of Asgard]] such as the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk, Valkyrie, [[spoiler:ComicBook/DoctorStrange]], ComicBook/DoctorStrange, ([[EnemyMine and his former enemy Loki]]) against ComicBook/{{Hela}}, a superpowered, scenery-chewing [[KnightOfCerebus Goddess of Death]]. Also, while both movies ''do'' serve as {{Midquel}}s between ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', ''Civil War'' was largely set up by the events of ''Age of Ultron'', while ''Ragnarok'' plays an important role ''in'' setting up ''Infinity War''.
6th Oct '17 6:42:55 AM VoxAquila
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* David Shore's ''The Good Doctor'' is one to his previous show ''HouseMD''; both deal with genius doctors with severe socialization problems. Dr. Shaun Murphy is a surgeon, young, idealistic, CannotTellALie, and has a legitimate neurological condition in Autism. Dr. Greg House is a diagnostician, middle-aged, bitterly cynical, a ConsummateLiar, and is a social exile by choice, as he believes he doesn't deserve love or friendship.
5th Oct '17 2:34:57 PM Fourze99
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* Richard C. Meyers of ''Diversity and Comics'' is one to Andrew Dobson of Webcomic/SoYoureACartoonist. Both are comic artists known for their controversial opinions regarding politics and the comics industry, most of which are posted on Website/{{Twitter}}. However, while Dobson is a liberal that openly supports what he views as more diversity with characters in comics that give minorities positive representation, Meyers is a conservative that openly mocks what he views as the forcing of diversity in comics meant to fill more of a quota than create interesting characters. Dobson is notorious for his infrequent updates on comics, while Meyers updates comic reviews and thoughts on his Youtube channel regularly, at 3 videos each day. Dobson is often accused of hating sexy women and adoring lesbianism, while Meyers is often accused of only enjoying sexy women and being anti-LGBT. Dobson's experience in the comics industry is mostly self-employed with support of patrons that he views as a career, while Meyers has worked as a professional artist before, but mostly does it more as something coming second to his job, with patrons to just fund some of his projects. While Dobson views negative criticism as repetetive and doing nothing to help him grow, Meyers openly welcomes criticism of his comics, even asking his own viewers to roast his ''Jawbreakers'' comic.



* Richard C. Meyers of Diversity and Comics is one to Andrew Dobson of Webcomic/SoYoureACartoonist. Both are comic artists known for their controversial opinions regarding politics and the comics industry, most of which are posted on Website/{{Twitter}}. However, while Dobson is a liberal that openly supports what he views as more diversity with characters in comics that give minorities positive representation, Meyers is a conservative that openly mocks what he views as the forcing of diversity in comics meant to fill more of a quota than create interesting characters. Dobson is notorious for his infrequent updates on comics, while Meyers updates comic reviews and thoughts on his Youtube channel regularly, at 3 videos each day. Dobson is often accused of hating sexy women and adoring lesbianism, while Meyers is often accused of only enjoying sexy women and being anti-LGBT. Dobson's experience in the comics industry is mostly self-employed with support of patrons that he views as a career, while Meyers has worked as a professional artist before, but mostly does it more as something coming second to his job, with patrons to just fund some of his projects. While Dobson views negative criticism as repetetive and doing nothing to help him grow, Meyers openly welcomes criticism of his comics, even asking his own viewers to roast his ''Jawbreakers'' comic.

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* Richard C. Meyers of Diversity and Comics is one to Andrew Dobson of Webcomic/SoYoureACartoonist. Both are comic artists known for their controversial opinions regarding politics and the comics industry, most of which are posted on Website/{{Twitter}}. However, while Dobson is a liberal that openly supports what he views as more diversity with characters in comics that give minorities positive representation, Meyers is a conservative that openly mocks what he views as the forcing of diversity in comics meant to fill more of a quota than create interesting characters. Dobson is notorious for his infrequent updates on comics, while Meyers updates comic reviews and thoughts on his Youtube channel regularly, at 3 videos each day. Dobson is often accused of hating sexy women and adoring lesbianism, while Meyers is often accused of only enjoying sexy women and being anti-LGBT. Dobson's experience in the comics industry is mostly self-employed with support of patrons that he views as a career, while Meyers has worked as a professional artist before, but mostly does it more as something coming second to his job, with patrons to just fund some of his projects. While Dobson views negative criticism as repetetive and doing nothing to help him grow, Meyers openly welcomes criticism of his comics, even asking his own viewers to roast his ''Jawbreakers'' comic.
5th Oct '17 2:33:39 PM Fourze99
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* Richard C. Meyers of Diversity and Comics is one to Andrew Dobson of Webcomic/SoYoureACartoonist. Both are comic artists known for their controversial opinions regarding politics and the comics industry, most of which are posted on Website/{{Twitter}}. However, while Dobson is a liberal that openly supports what he views as more diversity with characters in comics that give minorities positive representation, Meyers is a conservative that openly mocks what he views as the forcing of diversity in comics meant to fill more of a quota than create interesting characters. Dobson is notorious for his infrequent updates on comics, while Meyers updates comic reviews and thoughts on his Youtube channel regularly, at 3 videos each day. Dobson is often accused of hating sexy women and adoring lesbianism, while Meyers is often accused of only enjoying sexy women and being anti-LGBT. Dobson's experience in the comics industry is mostly self-employed with support of patrons that he views as a career, while Meyers has worked as a professional artist before, but mostly does it more as something coming second to his job, with patrons to just fund some of his projects. While Dobson views negative criticism as repetetive and doing nothing to help him grow, Meyers openly welcomes criticism of his comics, even asking his own viewers to roast his ''Jawbreakers'' comic.
2nd Oct '17 8:51:23 AM TrippyDippy
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* ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' was deliberately intended as one to C.H. Greenblatt's previous show ''WesternAnimation/Chowder''. Both shows are centered around child protagonists who live in unique, fantastical worlds, but whilst ''Chowder'' was a surreal, fast-paced ZanyCartoon that tore down the FourthWall on a regular basis and took place in an urban setting, ''Harvey'' is much more restrained and often delivered bittersweet reflections on childhood and growing up in the woods.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' was deliberately intended as one to C.H. Greenblatt's previous show ''WesternAnimation/Chowder''. ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}''. Both shows are centered around plucky child protagonists who live in unique, fantastical worlds, but whilst ''Chowder'' was a surreal, fast-paced ZanyCartoon that tore down the FourthWall on a regular basis and took place in an urban setting, ''Harvey'' is much more restrained and often delivered bittersweet reflections on childhood and growing up in the woods.
2nd Oct '17 8:38:19 AM TrippyDippy
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** ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' was deliberately intended as one to C.H. Greenblatt's previous show ''WesternAnimation/Chowder''. Both shows are centered around child protagonists, but whilst ''Chowder'' was a surreal, fast-paced WackyCartoon that tore down the FourthWall on a regular basis, ''Harvey'' is much more restrained and often delivered bittersweet reflections on childhood and growing up.

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** * ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' was deliberately intended as one to C.H. Greenblatt's previous show ''WesternAnimation/Chowder''. Both shows are centered around child protagonists, protagonists who live in unique, fantastical worlds, but whilst ''Chowder'' was a surreal, fast-paced WackyCartoon ZanyCartoon that tore down the FourthWall on a regular basis, basis and took place in an urban setting, ''Harvey'' is much more restrained and often delivered bittersweet reflections on childhood and growing up.up in the woods.
2nd Oct '17 8:36:31 AM TrippyDippy
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** ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' was deliberately intended as one to C.H. Greenblatt's previous show ''WesternAnimation/Chowder''. Whilst ''Chowder'' was a surreal, fast-paced WackyCartoon that tore down the FourthWall on a regular basis, ''Harvey'' is much more restrained.

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** ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' was deliberately intended as one to C.H. Greenblatt's previous show ''WesternAnimation/Chowder''. Whilst Both shows are centered around child protagonists, but whilst ''Chowder'' was a surreal, fast-paced WackyCartoon that tore down the FourthWall on a regular basis, ''Harvey'' is much more restrained.restrained and often delivered bittersweet reflections on childhood and growing up.
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