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28th Dec '16 11:38:08 PM IniuriaTalis
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*** People who hate the Sasuke/Sakura pairing also tend to claim that he constantly tried to kill her, ignoring the fact that that only happened twice, they were enemies at the time and he didn't treat her differently from any other opponent, and that both times she either attacked first or was planning to.
28th Dec '16 8:24:44 PM Willbyr
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* ''That'' incident in ''Anime/CodeGeass'' involving [[ADateWithRosiePalms Nina Einstein and a certain table]].

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''That'' incident in ''Anime/CodeGeass'' involving [[ADateWithRosiePalms Nina Einstein and a certain table]].
19th Dec '16 6:49:51 AM Morgenthaler
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** Even the title character doesn't get away from this. Though the circumstances of the series make it perfectly understandable, Madoka is often the least favored of the cast due to her spending much of the series standing on the sidelines and being indecisive and [[spoiler: not knowing what Soul Gems were (never mind that Kyouko didn't know either). Some fans let it go after watching episode 10 and learning that not only was she actually a BadAss who leapt at the chance to be a magical girl dozens of times, but in the current timeline it's Homura who's keeping her sidelined so she doesn't recklessly lose her life again]].

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** Even the title character doesn't get away from this. Though the circumstances of the series make it perfectly understandable, Madoka is often the least favored of the cast due to her spending much of the series standing on the sidelines and being indecisive and [[spoiler: not knowing what Soul Gems were (never mind that Kyouko didn't know either). Some fans let it go after watching episode 10 and learning that not only was she actually a BadAss badass who leapt at the chance to be a magical girl dozens of times, but in the current timeline it's Homura who's keeping her sidelined so she doesn't recklessly lose her life again]].
18th Dec '16 10:21:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sasha Blouse from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' really suffers from this: despite being a well-fleshed-out character with hopes and a personality, an excellent soldier, and something of a {{Badass}}, the vast majority of fan art and references have to do with her undying romantic love for potatoes. Because she was introduced by comically eating a potato. Granted, the other cadets called her "Potato Girl" for a bit, but that died down after their ''three years'' of training with her. But Jeans brings it back up again in chapter 51.

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* Sasha Blouse from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' really suffers from this: despite being a well-fleshed-out character with hopes and a personality, an excellent soldier, and something of a {{Badass}}, badass, the vast majority of fan art and references have to do with her undying romantic love for potatoes. Because she was introduced by comically eating a potato. Granted, the other cadets called her "Potato Girl" for a bit, but that died down after their ''three years'' of training with her. But Jeans brings it back up again in chapter 51.



* Bright Noa, the only character to be a main character in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]'', ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ Gundam ZZ]]'', and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' is best known not for being a main character in so many series, but for [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan hitting his crew members]]. Fandom loves to cite how much Bright slaps people for not being awesome enough. Interestingly, [[MemeticMutation Brightslaps]] are ''well'' received by the fandom, who tend to credit him for turning [[{{Wangst}} whiners]] into [[{{Badass}} MEN OF DESTINY]].
** Even ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' gets in on the joke, where he regularly knocks some {{badass}}ery into such pilots as ''[[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Shinji Ikari]]''.

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* Bright Noa, the only character to be a main character in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]'', ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ Gundam ZZ]]'', and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' is best known not for being a main character in so many series, but for [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan hitting his crew members]]. Fandom loves to cite how much Bright slaps people for not being awesome enough. Interestingly, [[MemeticMutation Brightslaps]] are ''well'' received by the fandom, who tend to credit him for turning [[{{Wangst}} whiners]] into [[{{Badass}} MEN OF DESTINY]].
DESTINY.
** Even ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' gets in on the joke, where he regularly knocks some {{badass}}ery badassery into such pilots as ''[[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Shinji Ikari]]''.



* From hearing the so-called "Fans" talk, you'd think all ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'''s Shinji Ikari ever does is sit around {{wangst}}ing endlessly, only ever ceasing to do so to [[DudeShesLikeInAComa masturbate over comatose girls]]. Actually, he spends most of the series being a kind and helpful, [[DeterminedDefeatist if not very confident]] young man who risks his life to save the world in battles against reality defying {{Eldritch Abomination}}s despite the fact that he's understandably terrified of them. He is also quite efficient in battle, so much that Asuka is jealous of him. You gotta forgive him for ending up as a mental wreck after [[spoiler: his relationship with his father (which was never all that good to begin with) was utterly shattered, his best friend (Toji) was maimed, his mentor/father figure (Kaji) was murdered which caused his mother figure/guardian (Misato) to fall into depression, one of his love interests (Asuka) was brutally {{Mind Rape}}d, became suicidal, and was placed in a coma as a result, shortly while other love interest (Rei) pulled a HeroicSacrifice to save him, all that while Shinji was forced to watch helplessly by circumstances he had no control over. Rei was then replaced by a clone that looked the same, [[CameBackWrong but did not exactly act the same.]] [[HopeSpot Then, Shinji met a nice boy (Kaworu) that thought he was really awesome and wanted to be his friend]] ([[HomoeroticSubtext and possibly more...]]) -- turns out he is actually the MonsterOfTheWeek and Shinji has to kill the only person who ever said "I love you" to his face.]] Did we mention that he still [[{{Badass}} saves the world after this?]] [[spoiler:After ending it, that is.]]

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* From hearing the so-called "Fans" talk, you'd think all ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'''s Shinji Ikari ever does is sit around {{wangst}}ing endlessly, only ever ceasing to do so to [[DudeShesLikeInAComa masturbate over comatose girls]]. Actually, he spends most of the series being a kind and helpful, [[DeterminedDefeatist if not very confident]] young man who risks his life to save the world in battles against reality defying {{Eldritch Abomination}}s despite the fact that he's understandably terrified of them. He is also quite efficient in battle, so much that Asuka is jealous of him. You gotta forgive him for ending up as a mental wreck after [[spoiler: his relationship with his father (which was never all that good to begin with) was utterly shattered, his best friend (Toji) was maimed, his mentor/father figure (Kaji) was murdered which caused his mother figure/guardian (Misato) to fall into depression, one of his love interests (Asuka) was brutally {{Mind Rape}}d, became suicidal, and was placed in a coma as a result, shortly while other love interest (Rei) pulled a HeroicSacrifice to save him, all that while Shinji was forced to watch helplessly by circumstances he had no control over. Rei was then replaced by a clone that looked the same, [[CameBackWrong but did not exactly act the same.]] [[HopeSpot Then, Shinji met a nice boy (Kaworu) that thought he was really awesome and wanted to be his friend]] ([[HomoeroticSubtext and possibly more...]]) -- turns out he is actually the MonsterOfTheWeek and Shinji has to kill the only person who ever said "I love you" to his face.]] Did we mention that he still [[{{Badass}} saves the world after this?]] this? [[spoiler:After ending it, that is.]]
27th Nov '16 9:58:40 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* TV Asahi will likely never hear the end of that one time when they censored [[Anime/{{Doraemon}} the national anime of Japan]] after they partially obscured a single vacuum-induced PantyShot in the 2013 film ''Doraemon: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum ~Museum Adventure~''.



* TV Asahi will likely never hear the end of that one time when they censored [[Anime/{{Doraemon}} the national anime of Japan]] after they partially obscured a single vacuum-induced PantyShot in the 2013 film ''Doraemon: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum ~Museum Adventure~''.
27th Nov '16 5:33:22 PM DrPsyche
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* Yamakan's disastrous anime ''Anime/{{Fractale}}'' not only failed to sell well but it became the new running gag for "[[SarcasmMode Saving Anime Line]]" and torpedoed Yamakan's career and anything he touches.



* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' lives with this trope, and cracks it into [[FountainOfMemes multiple memetic levels]], [[Main/TropesAreTools which only boosts]] [[CrazyAwesome its reputation.]]
** The art style begins with the overly musculine Pillar Men, [[{{Stripperiffic}} who wears nothing but loincloths]], the rest of the series runs on flamboyant pretty boys doing weird poses on the covers, causing people to think the manga is gay when it's in fact a manly ''and'' [[{{Gorn}} graphic]] shonen series, for this, fandom goes with the show being "the maniest gay manga ever".
** Kakyoin Noriaki is a loyal companion with a sufficient CharacterDevelopment, but he's mostly known for licking cherry and hunting hot moms, the later comes from him admiring Jotaro's mom ''once''; the former is a faker's doing, with him pulling it again only as a BrickJoke at the end of the episode.
** Dio Brando is a sadist, but ask people what's most memorable about him: [[TimeStandsStill Za Warudo]], [[ScreamingWarrior MUDAMUDAMUDA/WRYYYY]], and [[WeaponOfChoice road roller]], the later of which he only uses once.



* Yamakan's disastrous anime ''Anime/{{Fractale}}'' not only failed to sell well but it became the new running gag for "[[SarcasmMode Saving Anime Line]]" and torpedoed Yamakan's career and anything he touches.
* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' lives with this trope, and cracks it into [[FountainOfMemes multiple memetic levels]], [[Main/TropesAreTools which only boosts]] [[CrazyAwesome its reputation.]]
** The art style begins with the overly musculine Pillar Men, [[{{Stripperiffic}} who wears nothing but loincloths]], the rest of the series runs on flamboyant pretty boys doing weird poses on the covers, causing people to think the manga is gay when it's in fact a manly ''and'' [[{{Gorn}} graphic]] shonen series, for this, fandom goes with the show being "the maniest gay manga ever".
** Kakyoin Noriaki is a loyal companion with a sufficient CharacterDevelopment, but he's mostly known for licking cherry and hunting hot moms, the later comes from him admiring Jotaro's mom ''once''; the former is a faker's doing, with him pulling it again only as a BrickJoke at the end of the episode.
** Dio Brando is a sadist, but ask people what's most memorable about him: [[TimeStandsStill Za Warudo]], [[ScreamingWarrior MUDAMUDAMUDA/WRYYYY]], and [[WeaponOfChoice road roller]], the later of which he only uses once.
27th Nov '16 5:30:31 PM DrPsyche
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* If one only ever looked at ''Anime/KillLaKill'''s fandom, they'd swear that all Mako Mankanshoku ever did was [[spoiler: become president of the fight club]] and be in a relationship with Ira Gamagoori.
** A darker example would be in the case of episode 16 of the series, which exposes the shocking twist that [[spoiler: Life Fibres are aliens]], but the moment that most people remember from this episode is [[spoiler: the infamous "Bath Scene," which establishes that Ragyo is sexually abusing Satsuki]].



* If one only ever looked at ''Anime/KillLaKill'''s fandom, they'd swear that all Mako Mankanshoku ever did was [[spoiler: become president of the fight club]] and be in a relationship with Ira Gamagoori.
** A darker example would be in the case of episode 16 of the series, which exposes the shocking twist that [[spoiler: Life Fibres are aliens]], but the moment that most people remember from this episode is [[spoiler: the infamous "Bath Scene," which establishes that Ragyo is sexually abusing Satsuki]].
11th Nov '16 1:47:18 AM ryanasaurus0077
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** Sailor Mercury has an unfortunate reputation for being a "weak" Sailor Senshi because of her first season attack, Bubble Spray. Because its purpose was creating a fog out of bubbles, many fans joke about it being useless despite it being BoringButPractical. It reduced enemy visibility, allowing another Senshi to attack while the enemy was blinded. Despite getting more offensive abilities in later seasons that were on par with her teammates, many fans still view Sailor Mercury as the one with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway lame powers]].

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** Sailor Mercury has an unfortunate reputation for being a "weak" Sailor Senshi because of her first season attack, Bubble Sabão Spray. Because its purpose was creating a fog out of bubbles, many fans joke about it being useless despite it being BoringButPractical. It reduced enemy visibility, allowing another Senshi to attack while the enemy was blinded. Despite getting more offensive abilities in later seasons that were on par with her teammates, many fans still view Sailor Mercury as the one with [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway lame powers]].
4th Sep '16 2:58:17 PM Valiona
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** While some people are [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap starting to warm up to Shiho]] after Der Film, a large number of fans mainly remember her for 1) scolding her daughter for sacrificing a victory to save lives, 2) announcing that she's going to disown said daughter (quite a few fanfics have Miho's disownment as a plot point), and 3) calling any way of tankery besides hers "heresy."
** Quite a few fans who haven't read Little Army or saw Der Film tend to conclude Maho is a textbook AloofBigSister, rather than a more complex and sympathetic character who actually cares for Miho.
24th Aug '16 5:52:45 PM Nitramy
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* ''Manga/SlamDunk'' has Kogure and his episode-long flashback three-point shot, to the point where every sports anime is expected to have those.
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