History NeverTrustATrailer / Anime

31st Aug '17 7:52:50 AM GrammarNavi
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* Before the second season of ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'' came out, many a fan whined over the fact that the [[http://s12.photobucket.com/albums/a209/HarukoDear4Life/Darker%20Than%20Black/?action=view¤t=DTBFirstApprouchNewCharacters.jpg promos]] suggested it would be much LighterAndSofter than the first season. Turns out that StudioBONES was fucking with us.

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* Before the second season of ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'' came out, many a fan whined over the fact that the [[http://s12.photobucket.com/albums/a209/HarukoDear4Life/Darker%20Than%20Black/?action=view¤t=DTBFirstApprouchNewCharacters.jpg promos]] suggested it would be much LighterAndSofter than the first season. Turns out that StudioBONES Creator/StudioBONES was fucking with us.
28th Jun '17 2:28:14 PM jmay227
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* When "Anime/Yu-Gi-Oh!" first aired on Kids WB, early commercials for it suggested that the story of the show involved the Duel Monsters actually coming to life when Yugi completes the Millennium Puzzle. But in actuality, the Puzzle was already completed at the start of the series (though the original Japanese version showed how he first completed it), and the monsters were simply holograms created by Kaiba's inventions. They even left little indication of him transforming into the Pharaoh in the early ads.

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* When "Anime/Yu-Gi-Oh!" "Yu-Gi-Oh!" first aired on Kids WB, early commercials for it suggested that the story of the show involved the Duel Monsters actually coming to life when Yugi completes the Millennium Puzzle. But in actuality, the Puzzle was already completed at the start of the series (though the original Japanese version showed how he first completed it), and the monsters were simply holograms created by Kaiba's inventions. They even left little indication of him transforming into the Pharaoh in the early ads.
28th Jun '17 2:27:47 PM jmay227
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* When "Anime/Yu-Gi-Oh!" first aired on Kids WB, early commercials for it suggested that the story of the show involved the Duel Monsters actually coming to life when Yugi completes the Millennium Puzzle. But in actuality, the Puzzle was already completed at the start of the series (though the original Japanese version showed how he first completed it), and the monsters were simply holograms created by Kaiba's inventions. They even left little indication of him transforming into the Pharaoh in the early ads.
29th Jan '17 10:00:06 AM nombretomado
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* Spoofed in the fan-made flick, AMVHell. At the end of the first AMV Hell, there is a trailer for AMV Hell 2, with several scenes set to epic music, with the note "Featuring none of the scenes shown here." Nothing is sacred, indeed.

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* Spoofed in the fan-made flick, AMVHell.WebVideo/AMVHell. At the end of the first AMV Hell, there is a trailer for AMV Hell 2, with several scenes set to epic music, with the note "Featuring none of the scenes shown here." Nothing is sacred, indeed.
30th Nov '16 7:08:13 PM Pichu-kun
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* Cartoon Network's advertisements for ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' were infamous in this regard. Thanks to the Toonami-style editing that the trailers underwent, ''Tenchi Muyo'' was made to appear as an exciting, action-oriented anime full of guns and stuff. While the show does have some action sequences, it is certainly not action-oriented in any way, and the disappointment was reflected in the show's ratings. Note also that the trailers combined clips from all three of the series' incarnations (Toonami showed all three series' one after the other).
** This might be a double example, as the trailer for the show also played up the show's steamier side (complete with an out-of-context clip of Sasami saying "You're a naughty boy, aren't you, Tenchi?") While the uncut show does have quite a bit of this, the version broadcast on Toonami cut out any and all sexual references. In fact, the line used by Sasami in the trailer was toned down when the show actually aired.

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* Cartoon Network's advertisements for ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' were infamous in this regard. Thanks to the Toonami-style editing that the trailers underwent, ''Tenchi Muyo'' was made to appear as an exciting, action-oriented anime full of guns and stuff. While the show does have some action sequences, it is certainly not action-oriented in any way, and the disappointment was reflected in the show's ratings. Note also that the trailers combined clips from all three of the series' incarnations (Toonami showed all three series' one after the other).
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other). This might be a double example, as the trailer for the show also played up the show's steamier side (complete with an out-of-context clip of Sasami saying "You're a naughty boy, aren't you, Tenchi?") While the uncut show does have quite a bit of this, the version broadcast on Toonami cut out any and all sexual references. In fact, the line used by Sasami in the trailer was toned down when the show actually aired.



* ''Literature/SoundEuphonium'''s season 2 trailer plays this for laughs. It's a parody of action film trailers, complete with a dramatic English voice, while the anime is a very non-actiony series about a school band

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* ''Literature/SoundEuphonium'''s season 2 trailer plays this for laughs. It's a parody of action film trailers, complete with a dramatic English voice, while the anime is a very non-actiony series about a school bandband. The soundtrack for the trailer is also jazz despite the band playing classical.
27th Nov '16 1:31:47 PM Pichu-kun
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* For every ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, the early Japanese teasers and trailers contain scenes not in the released film. The most noted one, a silhouette of Mewtwo in the first trailer of the third movie, given that Mewtwo already had a focal movie, the first one. Naturally, Mewtwo did not appear in the final film.
** Some of the trailers for the eighth Pokémon movie (''Lucario and the Mystery of Mew'' or ''Mew and the Wave-Guiding Hero, Lucario'' depict scenes like Kid's van being caught in the middle of a geyser field, Lucario dodging falling rocks, Lucario apparently ''dead'' of unknown causes, and various other scenes, none of which are seen in either the Japanese or English versions of the film.

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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
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For every ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, the early Japanese teasers and trailers [[MissingTrailerScene contain scenes not in the released film.film]]. The most noted one, a silhouette of Mewtwo in the first trailer of the third movie, given that Mewtwo already had a focal movie, the first one. Naturally, Mewtwo did not appear in the final film.
** Some of the trailers for the eighth Pokémon movie (''Lucario and the Mystery of Mew'' or ''Mew and the Wave-Guiding Hero, Lucario'' Lucario'') depict scenes like Kid's van being caught in the middle of a geyser field, Lucario dodging falling rocks, Lucario apparently ''dead'' of unknown causes, and various other scenes, none of which are seen in either the Japanese or English versions of the film.


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* ''Literature/SoundEuphonium'''s season 2 trailer plays this for laughs. It's a parody of action film trailers, complete with a dramatic English voice, while the anime is a very non-actiony series about a school band
18th Nov '16 1:18:35 AM Viira
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* The trailer for the 4th episode of ''LightNovel/{{Katanagatari}}'' shows clips of the long-awaited fight between Sabi Hakuhei and Shichika ([[{{Badass}} in which, among other things, a shark is bisected]]). Instead the episode is about Shichika's sister and concludes with Shichika and Togame talking about the fight with Hakuhei while eating dango. Apparently the fight was over 11 shades of awesome and would have been too much to show the viewers.

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* The trailer for the 4th episode of ''LightNovel/{{Katanagatari}}'' shows clips of the long-awaited fight between Sabi Hakuhei and Shichika ([[{{Badass}} in (in which, among other things, a shark is bisected]]).bisected). Instead the episode is about Shichika's sister and concludes with Shichika and Togame talking about the fight with Hakuhei while eating dango. Apparently the fight was over 11 shades of awesome and would have been too much to show the viewers.
14th Nov '16 8:32:34 PM Loekman3
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** The preview of Episode 66 for ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has Vegito fighting Fusion Zamasu making you believe that the entirety of the episode is him fighting against Zamasu in an all-out battle... Except those previews are all of his fight scenes because he very quickly defused after fighting him in like 3 minutes and Zamasu is instead finished off by Trunks gathering the energy of everyone on earth.
15th Jun '16 1:10:23 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** Repeated with the preview for the third movie attached to the ending of the second movie. It contained scenes that didn't appear at all in the final film or were radically different, and hinted at an adaptation of episode 24 despite the actual film [[spoiler: starting after a 14 year TimeSkip!]] It should be noted that it wasn't an intentional case, as the plot of the third movie was radically altered during production.

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** Repeated with the preview for the third movie attached to the ending of the second movie. It contained scenes that didn't appear at all in the final film or were radically different, and hinted at an adaptation of episode 24 despite the actual film [[spoiler: starting after a 14 year TimeSkip!]] It should be noted that it wasn't an intentional case, as the plot script of the third movie was radically altered during production.
15th Jun '16 1:09:01 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** Repeated with the preview for the third movie attached to the ending of the second movie. It contained scenes that didn't appear at all in the final film or were radically different, and hinted at an adaptation of episode 24 despite the actual film [[spoiler: starting after a 14 year TimeSkip!]]

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** Repeated with the preview for the third movie attached to the ending of the second movie. It contained scenes that didn't appear at all in the final film or were radically different, and hinted at an adaptation of episode 24 despite the actual film [[spoiler: starting after a 14 year TimeSkip!]]TimeSkip!]] It should be noted that it wasn't an intentional case, as the plot of the third movie was radically altered during production.
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