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11th Apr '16 8:15:39 AM Movienut376
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** 2014 saw WWE pull this off on more than one level. First, in the Royal Rumble, the crowd waited anxiously during the entire Rumble for Daniel Bryan to make his appearance. When number 30 was revealed to be Rey Mysterio, once the crowd realized that Bryan wasn't in the Rumble at all, the boos could be heard loud and clear - Mysterio's elimination was actually cheered. The world title match at Wrestlemania XXX was quickly made a triple threat match by including Bryan, and having him win the title to the massive approval of the crowd...which earlier that night had been practically deflated when The Streak came to an end.

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** 2014 *2014 saw WWE pull this off on more than one level. First, in the Royal Rumble, the crowd waited anxiously during the entire Rumble for Daniel Bryan to make his appearance. When number 30 was revealed to be Rey Mysterio, once the crowd realized that Bryan wasn't in the Rumble at all, the boos could be heard loud and clear - Mysterio's elimination was actually cheered. The world title match at Wrestlemania XXX was quickly made a triple threat match by including Bryan, and having him win the title to the massive approval of the crowd...which earlier that night had been practically deflated when The Streak came to an end.
11th Apr '16 8:14:02 AM Movienut376
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**2014 saw WWE pull this off on more than one level. First, in the Royal Rumble, the crowd waited anxiously during the entire Rumble for Daniel Bryan to make his appearance. When number 30 was revealed to be Rey Mysterio, once the crowd realized that Bryan wasn't in the Rumble at all, the boos could be heard loud and clear - Mysterio's elimination was actually cheered. The world title match at Wrestlemania XXX was quickly made a triple threat match by including Bryan, and having him win the title to the massive approval of the crowd...which earlier that night had been practically deflated when The Streak came to an end.
6th Apr '16 11:24:23 PM MyFinalEdits
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* The eighth and ninth seasons of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''. [[BigBad Plankton]] is more threatening than he was before the movie, using deadly weapons and slave labor, Mr. Krabs has a nice side, characters who plagued the past three seasons have been dropped, there's a bit more drama, the epic horrors of Whelk Attack and "A Pal For Gary" (though [=SpongeBob's=] [[TooDumbToLive characterization]] in that episode hasn't allowed it to resonate well with several fans), Sandy may be getting back in the spotlight soon, genuinely good specials, The BlackComedy being handled better, the best SpongeBob game since Battle For Bikini Bottom, the brief StoryArc, SpongeBob getting less stupid, Patrick becoming a lovable oaf again after a brief {{jerkass}} stint , etc. Although they aren't without their stinkers (i.e. "Squid Baby" and "Are You Happy Now?").

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The eighth and ninth seasons of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''.seasons. [[BigBad Plankton]] is more threatening than he was before the movie, using deadly weapons and slave labor, Mr. Krabs has a nice side, characters who plagued the past three seasons have been dropped, there's a bit more drama, the epic horrors of Whelk Attack and "A Pal For Gary" (though [=SpongeBob's=] [[TooDumbToLive characterization]] in that episode hasn't allowed it to resonate well with several fans), Sandy may be getting back in the spotlight soon, genuinely good specials, The BlackComedy being handled better, the best SpongeBob game since Battle For Bikini Bottom, the brief StoryArc, SpongeBob getting less stupid, Patrick becoming a lovable oaf again after a brief {{jerkass}} stint , etc. Although they aren't without their stinkers (i.e. "Squid Baby" and "Are You Happy Now?").



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' won back the Franchise/MyLittlePony franchise, [[DorkAge after it had been a joke for years]]. Moreover, [[PeripheryDemographic it gave rise to the brony movement, appealing to adults as well as children]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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won back the Franchise/MyLittlePony franchise, [[DorkAge after it had been a joke for years]]. Moreover, [[PeripheryDemographic it gave rise to the brony movement, appealing to adults as well as children]].



* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUXprMizqIs very first preview]] for ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016'' reboot was met with mixed to negative reactions online for feeling very cliche out of context from the episode and having somewhat stilted animation, but the following clips shown on the {{Creator/Cartoon Network}} Youtube channel were met with much more positive reactions as time went on. Once the show itself aired, many comments seem to be that while it hasn't lived up to the original show, it is far from terrible and manages to be at least a decent one that tries to have it's own identity, whether it will fully live up has yet to be seen.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUXprMizqIs very first preview]] for ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016'' reboot was met with mixed to negative reactions online for feeling very cliche out of context from the episode and having somewhat stilted animation, but the following clips shown on the {{Creator/Cartoon Network}} Youtube channel were met with much more positive reactions as time went on. Once the show itself aired, many comments seem to be that while it hasn't lived up to the original show, it is far from terrible and manages to be at least a decent one that tries to have it's its own identity, whether it will fully live up has yet to be seen.
6th Apr '16 7:41:15 PM m-b-bockelman
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUXprMizqIs very first preview]] for ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016'' reboot was met with mixed to negative reactions online for feeling very cliche out of context from the episode and having somewhat stilted animation, but the following clips shown on the {{Creator/Cartoon Network}} Youtube channel were met with much more positive reactions as time went on. Once the show itself aired, many comments seem to be that while it hasn't lived up to the original show, it is far from terrible and manages to be at least a decent one that tries to have it's own identity, whether it will fully live up has yet to be seen.
6th Apr '16 2:30:22 AM captainpat
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** ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'' addresses many of the issues fans had with not only ''Street Fighter IV'' but Capcom itself, which [[DorkAge had gone through a very nasty rough patch in the interval between installments]] due to excessive milking of [[CashCowFranchise certain franchises]] (''Street Fighter'', ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'', and ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' to a lesser extent) at the expense of nearly everything else, new ''and'' old; the resurgence and abuse of [[CapcomSequelStagnation the aforementioned "add-on sequel" concept]] (which even bled into the ''[[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever Vs.]]'' series with ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3]]''); and shady [[DownloadableContent DLC]] practices (which [[FranchiseOriginalSin began with]] ''SFIV'', but reached a zenith with the on-disc DLC [[InternetBackdraft controversy]] of the [[CriticalDissonance ill-fated]] ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken''). To wit, all revisions to the core game will be patched in via online updates, DLC characters and alternate costumes can be unlocked simply by playing the game as opposed to "{{microtransactions}}," numerous fan favorites who missed out on ''IV'' [[TheBusCameBack will be returning for the first time in years]], and ''V'' is focusing on fundamentals and accessibility as opposed to the beginner-alienating mechanical complexity [[ItsHardSoItSucks that plagued many previous offerings]], the ''IV'' series included. Capcom's back to basics approach has been well-received, with even some of the more disillusioned critics being cautiously optimistic at worst. [[ZigZaggingTrope That is]], until the game [[ObviousBeta launched in an extremely limited format that lacked even the most standard of features and gameplay modes]], much to the displeasure of [[CasualCompetitiveConflict those not in the competitive circle of the FGC]]. Capcom is currently trying to alleviate the situation.
3rd Apr '16 3:45:23 PM TotemicHero
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* After spending most of 2013 and 2014 as a laughingstock, Music/JustinBieber managed to win back many of his former teenage fans in 2015 with two top-10 hits. The first hit was "Where Are U Now", an EDM track by Jack U that featured Bieber on lead vocals. The second, and most [[CareerResurrection career-reviving]], song was "What Do You Mean". It got surprisingly good reviews from Bieber's haters and debuted at #1 on the Hot 100, and his next two hits "Sorry" and "Love Yourself" also hit the top. His album ''Purpose'' was widely hailed as his greatest work ever, and debuted at #1 by selling a career-high 500,000 copies, stopping the [[Music/OneDirection very band whose meteoric rise was the catalyst to his fall]] [[BrokenStreak from tying]] Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Dusturbed}} and Music/DaveMatthewsBand's streak of #1 albums.

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* After spending most of 2013 and 2014 as a laughingstock, Music/JustinBieber managed to win back many of his former teenage fans in 2015 with two top-10 hits. The first hit was "Where Are U Now", an EDM track by Jack U that featured Bieber on lead vocals. The second, and most [[CareerResurrection career-reviving]], song was "What Do You Mean". It got surprisingly good reviews from Bieber's haters and debuted at #1 on the Hot 100, and his next two hits "Sorry" and "Love Yourself" also hit the top. His album ''Purpose'' was widely hailed as his greatest work ever, and debuted at #1 by selling a career-high 500,000 copies, stopping the [[Music/OneDirection very band whose meteoric rise was the catalyst to his fall]] [[BrokenStreak from tying]] Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Dusturbed}} Music/{{Disturbed}} and Music/DaveMatthewsBand's streak of #1 albums.
3rd Apr '16 12:43:51 PM promptjump
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* After a weak third season that focused on personal drama, ''[[Series/HouseOfCardsUS House of Cards]]'' came back strong in Season 4 with a re-focus on [[spoiler:Frank's]] administration & the conclusion of plots from the first two seasons.
2nd Apr '16 1:23:30 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Creator/StudioDEEN was once one of the most respected animation studios in the industry during 80s and 90s, being responsible for big hits like ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'', ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', and ''Manga/RurouniKenshin.'' Around the mid-2000s, though, their quality generally plummeted and they developed a major reputation for [[OffModel poor animation]] and [[AdaptationDecay mishandling of source material]] (due in large part to their poorly-received adaptations of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', ''LightNovel/LogHorizon'', and the infamously bad ''Manga/{{Pupa}}''), and became general SnarkBait among greater anime fandom. The phrase "DEEN finds a way" became shorthand for poor quality all around. Their fortunes began to reverse during the Winter2016Anime season, however, as DEEN animated the [[SleeperHit breakout hit]] ''LightNovel/KonoSubarashiiSekaiNiShukufukuO'' (where their usual dodgy quality actually ''enhanced'' the show's humor) as well as the critically acclaimed ''Manga/ShouwaGenrokuRakugoShinjuu'', and now DEEN is ironically being hailed as the next savior of anime.
** Cementing this even further: Both ''Kono Suba'' and ''Rakugo'' have been greenlit for second seasons. The former was not unexpected, considering it was the best-selling anime of Winter 2016 by a country mile, but the latter was a real shocker, especially as it is a {{Josei}} show which historically do not sell well.

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* Creator/StudioDEEN was once one of the most respected animation studios in the industry during 80s and 90s, being responsible for big hits like ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'', ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', and ''Manga/RurouniKenshin.'' Around the mid-2000s, though, their quality generally plummeted and they developed a major reputation for [[OffModel poor animation]] and [[AdaptationDecay mishandling of source material]] (due in large part to their poorly-received adaptations of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', ''LightNovel/LogHorizon'', and the infamously bad ''Manga/{{Pupa}}''), and became general SnarkBait among greater anime fandom. The phrase "DEEN finds a way" became shorthand for poor quality all around. Their fortunes began to reverse during the Winter2016Anime season, however, as DEEN animated the [[SleeperHit breakout hit]] ''LightNovel/KonoSubarashiiSekaiNiShukufukuO'' (where their usual dodgy quality actually ''enhanced'' the show's humor) as well as the critically acclaimed ''Manga/ShouwaGenrokuRakugoShinjuu'', and now DEEN is ironically being hailed as the next savior of anime.
** Cementing this even further: Both
anime. Furthermore, both ''Kono Suba'' and ''Rakugo'' have been greenlit for second seasons. The former was not unexpected, considering it was the best-selling anime of Winter 2016 by a country mile, but the latter was a real shocker, especially as it is a {{Josei}} show which historically do not sell well.
1st Apr '16 4:10:12 PM JackTheHammer
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** Cementing this even further: Both ''Kono Suba'' and ''Rakugo'' have been greenlit for second seasons. The former was not unexpected, considering it was the best-selling anime of Winter 2016 by a country mile, but the latter was a real shocker, especially as it is a {{Josei}} show which historically do not sell well.
23rd Mar '16 2:12:25 PM Discar
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* ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'' had many, who only knew the [[ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} character]] for the mediocre [[Film/{{Daredevil}} 2003 film]], very skeptical. When it came out, it received almost universal acclaim for its clever and tight plotting, well-choreographed and brutal fight scenes, and in-depth character development and acting, and is regarded by many as the single best entry in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse. This had the effect of almost completely redeeming the character in the mainstream public's eye.

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* ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'' had many, many people who only knew the [[ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} character]] for the mediocre [[Film/{{Daredevil}} 2003 film]], film]] very skeptical. When it came out, it received almost universal acclaim for its clever and tight plotting, well-choreographed and brutal fight scenes, and in-depth character development and acting, and is regarded by many as the single best entry in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse. This had the effect of almost completely redeeming the character in the mainstream public's eye.
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