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Certain characters like Chaplin were removed. Also absent is Rem, and given Mia's death at the end of the film, she's unlikely to appear in possible sequels. Near and Mello also do not appear, though it is mentioned that there were other children trained to be master detectives by the same project that trained L, making it possible that they might appear in sequels. Light's sister Sayu also doesn't have a counterpart. In Death Note the Musicalwhich compresses the entire series into a two-hour show, several characters from the first arc, such as Watari, Matsuda and Naomi Misora, are not present.
The entirety of the second arc is also omitted and both Light and L die at the same time. The short-lived manga adaptation of Demashita! Krillin isn't in the live action adaptation Dragonball Evolutioneven though his death is what caused Goku to go after King Piccolo who is in the movie in the first place.
As a blending of the first few arcs of the manga, Dragon Ball: Nozomi is absent from the anime adaptation of Elfen Lieddespite being the reason the story is called "Elfen Lied" in the first place. Fist of the North Star Hokuto no Ken The TV series for the most part, sticks pretty closely to the manga, but a few notable minor characters such as Jackal's boxer underling and the General who started the nuclear war were omitted during the adaptation.
The movie adapts the first 72 chapters worth of story, rearranging the order of events to focus on the more important arcs and characters. Despite this, it still has some notable omissions: Tokithe second of the four Hokuto Brothers, is nowhere to be seen - instead, Kenshiro's fiancee Yuria is the one who is locked away in Cassandra, as her initial captor Shin ends up being mortally wounded in an off-screen battle with Raoh.
Likewise, Rei 's love interest Mamiya is nowhere either and as a result, Rei dies immediately after his bout with Raoh without ever getting to fight Mamiya's old tormentor Juda.Team Fortress 2 - Meet Them All (2007-2012) [1080p]
The True Savior movies, while being much closer to the manga than the movie, still had their share of omissions. The first movie, Legend of Raoh: Chapter of Death in Love, notably omitted Thouzer's backstory with his master Ohgai, removing his entire motivation for building a mausoleum in the first place, while the third movie Legend of Raoh: Chapter of Fierce Fight, removed the entire fight between Raoh and Juza, which is generally considered one of the more iconic fights from the manga.
The anime cut out a lot of the cast who were introduced partway into the series the Xingese characters, the Briggs soldiers, etc. Lin appeared in a cameo but was otherwise excluded. The Video Game Curse of the Crimson Elixirwhich loosely adapted the first few chapters of the manga before beginning its original storyline, almost completely removed Shou Tucker from the game, instead treating him as a Posthumous Character as Ed and Al investigate his house just minutes after Scar has killed him.
The various Hamtaro licensed games tend to give the show's human characters passing mentions at best, in order to focus solely on the hamsters. This gets especially odd when the player comes across locations like an elementary school or a playground where you'd expect to find many humans, but which are filled with only hamsters and other animals. Maybe you wouldn't expect to find anyone in a garbage dump or a creepy abandoned house, but a supermarket with no humans at all is just weird.
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The anime version of Happy Happy Clover removes any of the human characters that showed up in the manga besides a few character mentioning them. Phantom Blood in the case of Speedwagon, he in particular was apparently encountered as a thug on Ogre Street as in the manga but doesn't show up anymore after that ; the main problem is that Speedwagon and Straizo play important roles in Part 2, even before you mention the Speedwagon Foundation that supports the Joestar family all the way through Part 6.
Making this more confusing, the movie ended with a teaser for an adaptation of Part 2 which featured Speedwagon and Straizo prominently. The live-action JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Since the film was originally conceived as a trilogy which may or may not end up being released, since the film was a financial flopthis was probably meant to cut out many of the minor antagonists of that arc, and bee-line immediately to the Big Bad.
Metafictively speaking, this is because the movie is an in-universe adaptation, and their roles in those events were classified. In ViVid's case, it'd be difficult to have Vivio running around when her mother is currently 9 in this continuity. With Force it probably has more to do with the fact that the season as a whole is almost universally despised.
Everyone related to the Saint Church is also absent, which mean that Sein, Otto, and Deed never show up, even though all 9 other Numbers are present. Vivio and Einhart do show up later on Kotaro Inugami joins the cast in the manga as Negi's best friend, however he makes no appearance in either anime series.
The anime for Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid completely cut out Ilulu it would have taken several episodes to integrate her into the cast, something a 13 episode series wouldn't be able to afford. All of the cameos by other Cool-Kyou Shinsha characters were also removed with the exception of Frau Rabbit. The anime version is only 13 episodes long, whereas the manga is 85 chapters in all. Because of the difference in length, characters like Nao and her father, Shirouwere left out of the anime, along with Lucy.
The Mobile Suit Gundam novelizations, written by Yoshiyuki Tomino independent of the TV series and free from the toy companies' demandsdoes this not with characters but with the Humongous Mecha instead, cutting both sides down to the bare essentials. Gone are all of Zeon's wacky one-off Super Prototypes ; instead they just use the iconic Zaku II and Rick Dom, as well as the telepathically controlled non-humanoid mobile armors Brau Bro and Elmeth which gets a limited production run unlike in the series and the massive Big Zam which does not.
This is partly due to the fact that the novel never once goes to Earth, meaning ground- and amphibious-use machines like the Gouf and Z'Gok have no place in the story. The Federation gets off considerably easier, with only the Guntank being cut, but then they never had very many mobile suits in the original series to begin with.
Since Rin's timeline is a massive driving element for the rest of the series, any subsequent anime adaptations would have to ignore this one and start fresh. The first of the Naruto Live Spectacle theater productions condenses the entirety of part one into a single two-hour show, meaning lots of characters from the first half, both supporting and villainous, are absent.
The second omits the Akatsuki members Sasori, Hidan and Kakuzu, though they still are mentioned in passing. This is even though he does play a role that, while not big, is just as important as fellow friends Tanya and Frank.
Any of his parts left in are given to other characters instead. Hikaru Gosunkugi, one of Akane's hopeless suitorsis largely absent during most of the anime and doesn't make an appearance until much later in the series.
Until then, his role was usually given to Sasuke, a character original to the anime. Akari Ryoga's later girlfriend and Konatsu Ukyou's Hopeless Suitor don't show up at all in the anime. Though he still appears in a supporting role, Toji is replaced by Asuka as the pilot of Eva Unit 03 in the Rebuild of Evangelion movies. Gaghiel is also replaced by an unnamed, clock-like Angel. And due to the condensed nature of the movies, a lot of the Angels were either omitted or made into Composite Characters.
Aoshi, the Oniwabanshuu, and the Hiruma brothers are all omitted from the first live-action Rurouni Kenshin film due to pacing issues. Aoshi's role as Kanryu's bodyguard and Gohei Hiruma's role as the impostor Battousai are both given to Jin-e.
The second film featured Aoshi and the Oniwabanshuu alongside the Juppongatana. The following Sailor Guardians do not exist in The '90s anime at all: Several villains from the Manga's Shadow Galactica are also nonexistent in the anime's final season, notably Sailor Heavy Metal Papilion.
Umino does not appear in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. This is specially notable for Basilisk Silpheed, who returns much later in the 2nd "Inferno Chapter" OVAs and references a meeting with the Bronze Saints that never happened The anime removed the other survivors Kei and Miki met in the mall at the start of the Zombie Apocalypse. The only one left is the old Christian woman who became Taroumaru's owner in the anime. In the manga going from living in a group, to only being Miki and her friend Kei, to then just being Miki alone until she was rescued exists to show off Miki's troubles and loneliness, however the anime ignored that element of her character.
The final episode completely removed the helicopter attempting to rescue the girls. It avoided a Downer Ending in exchange for a Bittersweet Ending by scrapping the part where it crashs and Yuuri has a breakdown.
The Super Robot Wars franchise does this often, as a result of having to tell the plots of different Humongous Mecha anime all at the same time, along with the Original Generation plotline. Oftentimes, characters from other anime will take up the abandoned roles, but this isn't always true. The rest of their supporting cast, including their fellow Gundam pilots, are nowhere to be found. Similarly, Prime Minister Wong Yun-Fat who was involved in the TV series' final arc that the final battle is based on and Urube Ishikawa whose role of manipulating Domon is partially done by Azrael are given this.
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It never has much plot-inclusion and is mostly there to give the player some more Gundams to use. It makes her feel good when she leaves her valued clients looking and feeling great. She has been here for 13 years and is a qualified stylist but no longer cuts hair. Her favourite restaurant in York is the French restaurant Rustique.
Her colleagues describe her as outgoing and humorous and a multi tasker. She likes meeting new people so loves this aspect of her job.
She is a hard working and self motivated member of the team. Holly says " I love working for a world leading hairdressing company and the amazing opportunities that come along side it".
She is a real people person and loves meeting new people. His career highlights are winning the in-salon awards and vardering with a distinction. The team describe Antony as thorough, talkative, enthusiastic, precise and a 'problem solver.
He has also worked at London fashion weeks blow out bar. Natassia Natassia has been working for the company for 10 years now. She received a distinction and was the project winner in her vardering training. She moved to London from Nottingham 2 and a half years ago and has developed her career hugely ever since.
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She got chosen to be in The Breakthrough team in and is now busy assisting on Photoshoot's as well as styling her own and taking part in events such as London Fashion Week. She specialises in Afro hair and her passion is making the hair the best condition it can be. She is also studying music at university and is in the salon on Monday and Thursday.
Her colleagues describe her as friendly, passionate, hardworking, loyal, considerate and inspiring. Antonio Stylist He started his hairdressing career in in Italy where he specialised in men's hair after working in a salon for 3 years.
Antonio also received his vardering qualification with a distinction.