History MissingEpisode / AnimeAndManga

10th Jul '17 10:28:13 PM PatPayne
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* A borderline case exists with the manga ''Manga/KuniGaMoeru''. The manga, which chronicled a Japanese family in Manchuria from the late Taisho era on through the end of World War Two, included a chapter dealing with the NankingMassacre. A group of... [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement concerned citizens?]] complained that the reference photos that the artist used for depictions of the incident were inaccurate and in their opinion forgeries. This same group further... um... [[PoliticallyCorrectHistory disputes the historical accounts of the Massacre]]... and so put pressure on Shueisha, the publisher, to suspend the manga (it was later reinstated and allowed to finish) and remove the offending 21 pages from all but the original serial magazine run. If you can't find a original copy of the issue of ''Young Jump'' the uncensored version ran in or find the few pages posted on the net here or there, it is pretty much a lost episode.
4th Jul '17 2:45:53 PM Isaac_Heller
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** And the two-part episodes in the ''Best Wishes!'' series that would finally introduce Team Plasma. According to some previews and WordOfGod, a lot of scenes showed a city being severely damaged. Then the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_T%C5%8Dhoku_earthquake_and_tsunami 2011 Japan earthquake]] happened, and you have to take these episodes off of the grill. The ''Best Wishes!'' series was run to its conclusion without the two-part ever airing, and TV Tokyo maintains that they will air the episodes only when scheduling permits it in the future.

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** And the two-part episodes in the ''Best Wishes!'' series that would finally introduce Team Plasma. According to some previews and WordOfGod, a lot of scenes showed a city being severely damaged. Then the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_T%C5%8Dhoku_earthquake_and_tsunami 2011 Japan earthquake]] happened, and you have to take these episodes off of the grill. The ''Best Wishes!'' series was run to its conclusion without the two-part two-parter ever airing, and TV Tokyo maintains that they will air the episodes only when scheduling permits it in the future.future, which could be a ''long'' time given how intricate and specific to marketing scheduling around this franchise is.
24th May '17 11:25:42 AM Yunidreon
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** Though, the entire Series 1 can be found online, episodes 26 and 28 are only available in Chinese. But the second half of the latter was included as additional material on the DVD box sets. Series 2 is only lacking episodes 85-99.
** Worse is the case of the Latin American dub, it covered the first three series and only one and a half episode has been found.
26th Apr '17 6:12:43 PM DPsycho
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* Sometime in the mid 2000's an English dub of OnegaiMyMelody was aired on an unknown Asian Cartoon Network channel. The English version was called "My Melody's Magical Adventure". A clip of one episode was shown on Youtube in poor quality but is currently removed from the site.

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* Sometime in the mid 2000's an English dub of OnegaiMyMelody ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody'' was aired on an unknown Asian Cartoon Network channel. The English version was called "My Melody's Magical Adventure". A clip of one episode was shown on Youtube in poor quality but is currently removed from the site.
7th Mar '17 9:02:15 PM SockstheCat2000
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* ''Zen-chan Tsū-chan'' was never re-aired since 1978 and no episodes were known to exist. However, a movie based on anime still exists as two people watched it on September 24, 2016, but is never put online.
6th Mar '17 12:09:46 AM C2
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* There are missing chapters of a manga version of ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' from the 1960's.
7th Feb '17 5:39:26 AM akaun6899
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*** The delay caused by ''Electric Soldier Porygon'' caused two episodes to be delayed and run as specials (''Holiday Hi-Jynx''[[note]]which, oddly enough, was ''also'' pulled from rotation after a single viewing in America due to racist allegations, although it can still be legally viewed online or as part of home releases[[/note]] and ''Snow Way Out!''), five episodes were rescheduled, and one was canceled altogether (a New Year's Eve episode).

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*** The delay caused by ''Electric Soldier Porygon'' caused two episodes to be delayed and run as specials (''Holiday Hi-Jynx''[[note]]which, oddly enough, was ''also'' pulled from rotation after a single viewing in America due to racist allegations, although it can and in 2013 was retconned out of existence by The Pokémon Company International along with two other episodes for the same reason (all three are still be legally viewed online or as part of home releases[[/note]] though)[[/note]] and ''Snow Way Out!''), five episodes were rescheduled, and one was canceled altogether (a New Year's Eve episode).
3rd Feb '17 8:32:54 PM C2
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** The American dubs of the 2005 anime and the manga are selected episodes, see here, [[http://doraemon.wikia.com/wiki/Doraemon_in_North_America]] that focus more on action/adventure rather than [[AnAesop life lessons]] and [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming moments.]] Unless the [[Creator/BangZoomEntertainment dubbing company]] changes their mind, there will be many lost episodes for the U.S.

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** The American dubs of the 2005 anime and the manga are selected episodes, see here, [[http://doraemon.wikia.com/wiki/Doraemon_in_North_America]] that focus more on action/adventure rather than [[AnAesop life lessons]] and [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming moments.]] Unless the [[Creator/BangZoomEntertainment dubbing company]] changes their mind, there will be many lost episodes for the U.S., the dub for which ended after 52 episodes.
25th Jan '17 1:59:05 PM mimitchi33
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* Episode 36 of ''VideoGame/PriPara'' was left unaired in South Korea because of it being scheduled to play on the same day the Brussells attacks happened, since the plot revolved around the idols trying to [[spoiler: revive Falulu after her sudden death]]. Due to this, the South Korean dub took a week-long hiatus and played episode 37 as the finale, skipping the last episode of season one since SBS saw it as a {{Filler}} episode.

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* Episode 36 of ''VideoGame/PriPara'' was left unaired in South Korea because of it being scheduled to play on the same day the Brussells attacks happened, since the plot revolved around the idols trying to [[spoiler: revive Falulu after her sudden death]]. Due to this, the South Korean dub took a week-long hiatus and played episode 37 as the finale, skipping the last episode of season one since SBS saw it as a {{Filler}} episode. The episodes did however show up on an TV service that streamed Korean television shows to foreign countries.
23rd Nov '16 11:07:30 AM ryanasaurus0077
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*** This is the only episode from the Pokémon franchise the producers refuse to export anywhere, even in other Asian countries, because of this incident. Some reports state that the episode was banned by the ''Japanese government''. However, according to Creator/MaddieBlaustein, Meowth's voice actress at the time, 4Kids had actually dubbed the episode, but the producers demanded the episode be banned regardless, likely due to the controversy (or at least the fear of controversy) that even ''airing'' the episode would cause. The incident also forced them to go back and dim the flashing effects in earlier episodes.

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*** This is the only episode from the Pokémon franchise the producers refuse to export anywhere, even in other Asian countries, because of this incident. Some reports even state that the episode was banned by the ''Japanese government''. However, according to Creator/MaddieBlaustein, Meowth's voice actress at the time, 4Kids had actually dubbed the episode, but the producers demanded the episode be banned withdrawn regardless, likely due to the controversy (or at least the fear of controversy) that even ''airing'' the episode would cause. The incident also forced them to go back and dim the flashing effects in earlier episodes.



** In Japan at least, the "Pikachu and Pichu" short ended up getting pulled from circulation in 2009 out of shame when [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noriko_Sakai#Drug_scandal narrator Noriko Sakai's drug scandal]] leaked out. The other option was re-recording the narration with another seiyuu. Whether areas outside of Japan are affected by this ban as well is unknown, though the short hasn't been released on DVD (at least in the USA) since 2009, when Warner reissued the first three movies and their shorts in a collection before their rights expired.

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** In Japan at least, the "Pikachu and Pichu" short ended up getting pulled from circulation in 2009 out of shame when [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noriko_Sakai#Drug_scandal narrator Noriko Sakai's drug scandal]] leaked out. The other option was re-recording the narration with another seiyuu. Whether areas outside Whatever the case, the last known release of Japan are affected by this ban as well is unknown, though the short hasn't been released ''anywhere'' was on an R1 DVD (at least in the USA) since 2009, when Warner reissued reissue of the first three movies and their in 2009. Unfortunately, it's been speculated, all the other early Pikachu shorts appear to have been banned from export to other countries as well in a collection before the aftermath (as evidenced by their rights expired.not appearing on international Blu-ray releases from other companies after the original distributor lost the rights), so the damage done may have been greater than anyone had believed at the time.
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