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* In the 70's manga adaptation of ''Comicbook/SpiderMan'', both Electro and Lizard die at the end of their respective debut arcs, while the Lizard's wife is killed in her first appearance. The Lizard is still alive in the American comics, while Electro and the Lizard's wife would not die until decades later.

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* In the 70's 70s manga adaptation of ''Comicbook/SpiderMan'', ''[[Manga/SpiderManTheManga Spider-Man]]'', both Electro and Lizard die at the end of their respective debut arcs, while the Lizard's wife is killed in her first appearance. The Lizard is still alive in the American comics, while Electro and the Lizard's wife would not die until decades later.


** Gladion confirms that his father, Mohn, passed away in the anime instead of being pulled into a wormhole like in the games, mainly because the Poké Pelago was AdaptedOut.

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** Subverted with Mohn in the anime. Gladion states that he passed away, but a later episode confirms that his father, Mohn, passed away in the anime instead of being he's still alive, and a few episodes later, it's revealed that he was pulled into a wormhole an Ultra Wormhole like in the games, mainly because the Poké Pelago was AdaptedOut.games.


* In the original ''Manga/DragonBall'' series, Colonel Violet was notable for being one of the few members of the Red Ribbon Army to survive. In ''Anime/DragonBallThePathToPower'', she apparently dies after Goku causes her plane to explode.
* In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', [[spoiler:Piccolo]] is killed during the ''Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF'' adaptation, where he lives in the original movie. Of course, since DeathIsCheap in the ''Dragon Ball'' universe, they're brought BackFromTheDead by the Dragon Balls once the crisis is resolved.

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In the original ''Manga/DragonBall'' series, Colonel Violet was notable for being one of the few members of the Red Ribbon Army to survive. In ''Anime/DragonBallThePathToPower'', she apparently dies after Goku causes her plane to explode.
* ** Like with Violet, Android 8 in the same movie gets killed while trying to hold off Black's [[MiniMecha Battle Jacket]]. At the end, Goku uses the Dragon Balls to revive him.
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In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', [[spoiler:Piccolo]] is killed during the ''Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF'' adaptation, where he lives in the original movie. Of course, since DeathIsCheap in the ''Dragon Ball'' universe, they're brought BackFromTheDead by the Dragon Balls once the crisis is resolved.

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** Gladion confirms that his father, Mohn, passed away in the anime instead of being pulled into a wormhole like in the games, mainly because the Poké Pelago was AdaptedOut.


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** In the series's version of ''Snow White'', a boar knocks the huntsman off a cliff to his death, after [[AdaptationalVilainy he proves to be willing to actually kill poor Snow]].

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** In the series's version of ''Snow White'', a boar knocks the huntsman off a cliff to his death, after [[AdaptationalVilainy [[AdaptationalVillainy he proves to be willing to actually kill poor Snow]].


* HeavyObject: In the Light Novel, Flide's fate was never disclosed. In the anime he had a brainwashed Milinda destroy his hideout with him in it to ensure the protagonists never get the means to disable the program he used for the brainwashing.

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* HeavyObject: ''LightNovel/HeavyObject'': In the Light Novel, Flide's fate was never disclosed. In the anime he had a brainwashed Milinda destroy his hideout with him in it to ensure the protagonists never get the means to disable the program he used for the brainwashing.

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* HeavyObject: In the Light Novel, Flide's fate was never disclosed. In the anime he had a brainwashed Milinda destroy his hideout with him in it to ensure the protagonists never get the means to disable the program he used for the brainwashing.


* In contrast to his disappearance in [[AlternateContinuity the manga]], Hide dies in the final episode of ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' √A. This leads to Kaneki ([[UncertainDoom possibly]]) committing SuicideByCop.

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* In contrast to his disappearance in [[AlternateContinuity the manga]], Hide dies in the final episode of ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' √A. This leads to manga, Hide's fate is ambiguous; a SequelSeries would later show that he survived, however. In the anime, he definitely dies, and Kaneki ([[UncertainDoom possibly]]) committing SuicideByCop.gets the ambiguous ending, possibly undergoing SuicideByCop.

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* In Creator/ShotaroIshinomori's ''Series/KamenRider'' manga, protagonist Takeshi Hongo is killed by the [[ThePsychoRangers Shocker Riders]] and his brain is used to create a supercomputer to serve as MissionControl for his successor, Hayato Ichimonji. In the TV series, Hongo was simply PutOnABus because his actor, Creator/HiroshiFujioka, was injured when a stunt went wrong; Ishinomori killed Hongo off because at the time it wasn't 100% certain that he would return to the show even after he'd recovered. However, Fujioka did come back late in the series, which forced Ishinomori to resurrect Hongo by having his brain installed into a fully robotic body.


* In ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'', Pryce, Maxie, Archie, and Steven Stone die when they don't in the original games. It ends up [[DisneyDeath subverted]] with [[spoiler:Pryce]] as of the HGSS chapters. Though, to be fair, they NeverFoundTheBody, and he was only trapped in time. Steven is brought back to life, however. Maxie and Archie [[spoiler:are revived in the ''Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire'' chapter, but die again towards the climax]].
* The manga adaptation for ''Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife'' has Marcus try to destroy the temple to kill Arecus in a suicide attack. Arecus survives, but Marcus is never seen again. The manga adaptation for the next film, ''Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions'', has its BigBad suffer a DisneyVillainDeath.

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** The manga adaptation for ''Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife'' has Marcus try to destroy the temple to kill Arecus in a suicide attack. Arecus survives, but Marcus is never seen again. The manga adaptation for the next film, ''Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions'', has its BigBad suffer a DisneyVillainDeath.
** In ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', the fate of BigBad Lysandre differs depending on which version of the game you play. After defeating him, it's ambiguous whether or not he dies or is [[AndIMustScream trapped alive in the ruins of the Ultimate Weapon]]. In the ''XY & Z'' arc of the anime, Lysandre is unambiguously obliterated by the combined attacks of Complete Forme Zygarde as well as the Pokémon of Ash, Alain and the Kalos Gym Leaders at the end of the Team Flare Crisis arc.
* In ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'', Pryce, Maxie, Archie, and Steven Stone die when they don't in the original games. It ends up [[DisneyDeath subverted]] with [[spoiler:Pryce]] Pryce as of the HGSS chapters. Though, ''[=HeartGold and SoulSilver=]'' chapters (though, to be fair, they NeverFoundTheBody, and he was only trapped in time.time). Steven is brought back to life, however. Maxie and Archie [[spoiler:are are revived in the ''Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire'' chapter, but die again towards the climax]].
* The manga adaptation for ''Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife'' has Marcus try to destroy the temple to kill Arecus in a suicide attack. Arecus survives, but Marcus is never seen again. The manga adaptation for the next film, ''Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions'', has its BigBad suffer a DisneyVillainDeath.
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* In ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', the fate of BigBad Lysandre differs depending on which version of the game you play. After defeating him it's ambiguous whether or not he dies or is [[AndIMustScream trapped alive in the ruins of the Ultimate Weapon]]. [[spoiler: He later reappears as part of Team Rainbow Rocket in ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon''.]] In the XYZ arc of the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, Lysandre is unambiguously obliterated by the combined attacks of Zygarde Complete Forme as well as the Pokémon of Ash, Alain and the Kalos gym leaders at the end of the Team Flare Crisis arc.

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* ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics'':
** In the series's version of ''Snow White'', a boar knocks the huntsman off a cliff to his death, after [[AdaptationalVilainy he proves to be willing to actually kill poor Snow]].
** The mad king in "The Coat of Many Colors," the show's version of "Allerleirauh," is heavily implied to die in a fire he set by accident. In the original it's never mentioned what happened to him [[note]](Perrault's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donkeyskin own version of the tale]] has the King surviving, recovering his sanity, marrying a WidowWoman and apologizing to his daughter.)[[/note]]
** Maria/Beauty's father in "Beauty and the Beast" is implied to start the story terminally ill, and dies before the end.
** In "The Six Swans", the king is murdered by his second wife after his children disappear.


* In ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', the fate of BigBad Lysandre differs depending on which version of the game you play. After defeating him it's ambiguous whether or not he dies or is [[AndIMustScream trapped alive in the ruins of the Ultimate Weapon]]. In the XYZ arc of the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, Lysandre is unambiguously obliterated by the combined attacks of Zygarde Complete Forme as well as the Pokémon of Ash, Alain and the Kalos gym leaders at the end of the Team Flare Crisis arc.

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* In ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', the fate of BigBad Lysandre differs depending on which version of the game you play. After defeating him it's ambiguous whether or not he dies or is [[AndIMustScream trapped alive in the ruins of the Ultimate Weapon]]. [[spoiler: He later reappears as part of Team Rainbow Rocket in ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon''.]] In the XYZ arc of the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, Lysandre is unambiguously obliterated by the combined attacks of Zygarde Complete Forme as well as the Pokémon of Ash, Alain and the Kalos gym leaders at the end of the Team Flare Crisis arc.


* In the ''BattleAngelAlita'' 2 episode OVA, scrapyard hustler Mr Vector is killed during the climax, after Dr. Ido confronts him about lying to Hugo. In the original Manga, he survives and even helps Gally/Alita against Zalam towards the end of the 9 volume Manga, for a price.

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* In the ''BattleAngelAlita'' ''[[Manga/{{Gunnm}} Battle Angel Alita]]'' 2 episode OVA, scrapyard hustler Mr Vector is killed during the climax, after Dr. Ido confronts him about lying to Hugo. In the original Manga, he survives and even helps Gally/Alita against Zalam towards the end of the 9 volume Manga, for a price.

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* In the ''BattleAngelAlita'' 2 episode OVA, scrapyard hustler Mr Vector is killed during the climax, after Dr. Ido confronts him about lying to Hugo. In the original Manga, he survives and even helps Gally/Alita against Zalam towards the end of the 9 volume Manga, for a price.

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