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When a creator recycles characterization from an old work into a new work
See this thread for more infoCreators have the tendency to borrow characters from each other all the time. The reasons range from wanting to capitalize on the success of each other, or because one creator liked another creator's character. But then there's the tendency for creators to borrow characterizations from themselves. For many creators, both individuals and entire teams, patterns can be noticeable between works by the same creator. There are many reasons for this. First, if a creator noticed that a certain type of character worked once, they could incorporate that same characterization under a different name in hopes that it will work again. Second, even though the creator is trying to make a new work, they may subconsciously incorporate an old characterization into the new work like it's a developed habit. Creators are generally given much less criticism for "stealing" their own characters than for stealing another creator's characters, because they're seen as having the right to recycle characters that were theirs in the first place. Sister Trope to Reused Character Design and Only Six Faces (this trope's visual conterpart) and Author Catchphrase.