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It's so vastly different and so damn difficult that CoD fans everywhere just give up on it.
The Police's Ghost in the Machine album, but it's a Broadway musical.
It's a post-apocalyptic musical about evil spirits possessing all forms of machines and battling cops to no end.
X-Men, but without Adaptational Modesty
Storm's outfit looks more like that of Power Girl, but everything else stays the same.
Speaking of Halle Berry...
The Batman comics, but with regular Catwoman (Selina Kyle) and the one from, uh..."that" movie (Patience Phillips).
Considering Halle Berry is more of a good person in the Movie, compared to Comic Book/TV/Film Catwoman, Batman ends up working with her but only in a business partner way.
George R. R. Martin's Fraggle Rock
It's a gritty reboot that creates a cosmic origin story for the titular creatures and is decidedly NOT kid-friendly. It gains a cult audience among adults who were fans of the original, though.
Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street...the Video Game!
Edited by Spottedleaf on Apr 11th 2019 at 12:46:47 PM
It's one part Hitman, where you kill your customers as Sweeney Todd, and one part Cooking Mama, where you bake them into pies as Mrs. Lovett.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but Leatherface has more than a single digit IQ.
Edited by Weirdguy149 on Apr 11th 2019 at 5:02:35 AM
The movie is pretty much a gornfest with gratitious sex scenes and cheesy acting.
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic but adapted as a Darker and Edgier anime series.
Edited by VengefulBale on Apr 11th 2019 at 4:24:38 AM
As a result of being animated by Polygon Pictures, not only do we get to see the Ponies in glorious Conspicuous CG, it's also a Seinen series.
Fire Emblem Heroes but it's by Delightworks.
Basically an Animesque-style mobile game, but virtually unplayable.
An animated Archie Comics movie made by Pixar with an actionized plot similar to Date Night
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