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* The pages of ''ComicBook/{{Robin|Series}}'' featured appearances of all four boys and the [[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 one girl]] who were Robin prior to Flashpoint, and all the boys have black hair while the single girl is blonde.

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* The pages of ''ComicBook/{{Robin|Series}}'' featured appearances of all four boys and the [[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 one girl]] who were Robin prior to Flashpoint, and all the boys have black hair while the single girl is blonde. [[note]]The specificity is due to artists on some other titles occasionally giving Jason red hair as a nod to his pre-Crisis version.[[/note]]

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* The pages of ''ComicBook/{{Robin|Series}}'' featured appearances of all four boys and the [[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 one girl]] who were Robin prior to Flashpoint, and all the boys have black hair while the single girl is blonde.


* In ''Franchise/MetalGear'', many ActionGirl characters are blond, like The Boss, Sniper Wolf and [[ImplausibleHairColor African-American]] Fortune, while the {{Action Hero}}es are often brunet.

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* In ''Franchise/MetalGear'', ''VideoGame/MetalGear'', many ActionGirl characters are blond, like The Boss, Sniper Wolf and [[ImplausibleHairColor African-American]] Fortune, while the {{Action Hero}}es are often brunet.


* Ellen and Elliot now play it straight, as Ellen's hair has been changed to green, which renders as lighter than Elliot's brown in black and white. Tedd continues to avert it, having the same colouring regardless of current gender.

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* ** Ellen and Elliot now play it straight, as Ellen's hair has been changed to green, which renders as lighter than Elliot's brown in black and white. Tedd continues to avert it, having the same colouring regardless of current gender.

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* Ellen and Elliot now play it straight, as Ellen's hair has been changed to green, which renders as lighter than Elliot's brown in black and white. Tedd continues to avert it, having the same colouring regardless of current gender.


* [[{{Metroid}} Samus]], despite originally having brown hair, now has blond hair.

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* [[{{Metroid}} [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Samus]], despite originally having brown hair, now has blond hair.


* ''TheWotch'' has red-haired "Sonja" when Jason is [[GenderBender genderbent]], but other characters, like Robin, keep their original hair color.

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* ''TheWotch'' ''Webcomic/TheWotch'' has red-haired "Sonja" when Jason is [[GenderBender genderbent]], but other characters, like Robin, keep their original hair color.


* Recently in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Elliot's favored female form has blond hair, confirming to the expectations of this trope. However, this is a deliberate stylistic choice on his part to avoid looking too much like his twin sister / OppositeSexClone Ellen. He can control what he looks like to a degree, and hair color is something he finds particularly easy.

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* Recently in In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Elliot's favored female form has blond hair, confirming to the expectations of this trope. However, this is a deliberate stylistic choice on his part to avoid looking too much like his twin sister / OppositeSexClone Ellen. He can control what he looks like to a degree, and hair color is something he finds particularly easy.

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** Also inverted with Sina and Dexio, the former being an AmbiguouslyBrown girl and the latter a very white guy.


* Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}
** ComicBook/{{Superboy}} and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}
** Power Boy and ComicBook/PowerGirl
** [[http://www.tgfa.org/comics/superman/images/WGD_04_20.jpg When Superman himself is turned into a woman, that woman has blond hair.]]
* Walter Langowski as Sasquatch has blond hair as a man, white hair as a woman.

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* Franchise/{{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}}: Usually, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}
** ComicBook/{{Superboy}} and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}
** Power Boy and ComicBook/PowerGirl
** [[http://www.tgfa.org/comics/superman/images/WGD_04_20.jpg When
Comicbook/PowerGirl have a fairer skin than Superman himself is turned into a woman, that woman has and Comicbook/{{Superboy}}. Additionally both girls have blond hair.]]
hair, whereas their male cousin and his younger self/clone/son have black hair.
* ''Comicbook/AlphaFlight'': Walter Langowski as Sasquatch has blond hair as a man, white hair as a woman.


* [[http://eng.tekkenpedia.com/wiki/images/6/63/Kunimitsu2.jpg Kunimitsu]] in ''{{Tekken}}'' has red hair, [[http://eng.tekkenpedia.com/wiki/images/d/d6/YoshimitsuT1.JPG Yoshimitsu]] has brown hair.

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* [[http://eng.tekkenpedia.com/wiki/images/6/63/Kunimitsu2.jpg Kunimitsu]] in ''{{Tekken}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' has red hair, [[http://eng.tekkenpedia.com/wiki/images/d/d6/YoshimitsuT1.JPG Yoshimitsu]] has brown hair.


* In ''BirdyTheMighty'', Tsumotu has black hair and darker skin than Birdy, who has [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair half white and half red hair]].

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* In ''BirdyTheMighty'', ''Anime/BirdyTheMighty'', Tsumotu has black hair and darker skin than Birdy, who has [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair half white and half red hair]].


* The boy in ''ItsABoyGirlThing'' has brown hair, and the girl has red hair.

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* The boy in ''ItsABoyGirlThing'' ''Film/ItsABoyGirlThing'' has brown hair, and the girl has red hair.



* ''StreetFighter'' has Cammy, who is an OppositeSexClone of Bison, but has blond hair, blue eyes and white skin, and really looks nothing like him. Also, Cammy is a good gal, unlike [[BigBad Bison]].

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* ''StreetFighter'' ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' has Cammy, who is an OppositeSexClone of Bison, but has blond hair, blue eyes and white skin, and really looks nothing like him. Also, Cammy is a good gal, unlike [[BigBad Bison]].


* Recently in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Elliot's female forms aren't just "his body, but female", but are instead completely different people. The Party Girl form has lighter hair than Elliot.
** However, the ShrinkingViolet and Goth forms both have [[InvertedTrope dark hair]].

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* Recently in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Elliot's favored female forms aren't just "his body, but female", but are instead completely different people. The Party Girl form has lighter hair than Elliot.
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blond hair, confirming to the expectations of this trope. However, the ShrinkingViolet this is a deliberate stylistic choice on his part to avoid looking too much like his twin sister / OppositeSexClone Ellen. He can control what he looks like to a degree, and Goth forms both have [[InvertedTrope dark hair]].hair color is something he finds particularly easy.

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