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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })As the name suggests, this is when the Title Sequence or closing credits of a series are slowly altered over the course of its run, by updating or replacing scenes to reflect major changes that have happened over previous episodes. This is a popular way of avoiding a Spoiler Opening for more plot-driven shows, usually mysteries, by having major characters who haven't been introduced or background characters with hidden importance initially being silhouettes or not appearing at all.
In the case of anime or other shows being aired outside their home country, these changed credits may or may not carry over into foreign broadcasts, with overseas airings using only the first version of the credits or different ones entirely instead.
Compare Evolving Music and Evolving Title Screen. Not to be confused with Title Sequence Replacement, where the title sequence for even previous episodes is changed for syndication and rerun purposes. If this happens every single episode, it may be a Couch Gag.
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Metroid Prime Trilogy has the main menu set inside Samus' Arm Cannon. After choosing a game and save file to load, the camera zooms out while Samus turns and shoots as a transition into the game. The armor she's wearing while doing this is the same as the suit she's currently wearing in the save file you loaded. In Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, it even has different models of Samus' PED Suit as it gets more and more corrupted as the game progresses.
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Inukami! has its endings show where the cast is currently living.
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In Zero Time Dilemma, D.C. Douglas as Zero is not credited until the Golden Ending.
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The So Bad, It's Good 4Kids opening updated the song every time a new character was introduced in the crew. By the time Chopper was in, there was almost no space in the song for another character (as the last verse said "Sanji is cooking, Chopper is doctoring"). For the very few 4Kids episodes that had Robin in the crew, all they did was add a shot of Robin into it and reverted the song back to version one.
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The opening to Tenchi Muyo! GXP shows four characters as silhouettes. The first three are obviously Tenchi, Ryoko, and Ayeka from the original series, who are revealed in the openings of the two episodes that feature them. The fourth is a new character who is revealed after her first appearance in the second half of the series.
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The most complicated intros were made when Ross played Super Mario Kart with Markiplier, since Arin (who animates the intros) accidentally spelt Mark's wrong, but decided to turn it into a running gag, giving us Markipiler, Markiplire, Mairkpleirr, Parkilimer, Mdaosfjjh$(fv, and finally Markiplier.
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In Sonic Unleashed, the main menu is a shot of Earth. Prior to starting the game, the planet is intact, but returning to the screen after the intro instead shows the planet shattered. As the player progresses through the game & restores the Earth, the state of the planet is reflected on the main menu.
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Digimon:
Digimon Tamers and Digimon Savers feature these by unshadowing the higher level Digimon (and in the case of the latter two, unshadowing the Sixth Rangers) as the series progressed.
Digimon Xros Wars did a variant in its second opening - initially in the sequence where Shoutmon and Greymon warp through all their Xrossed forms the sequence stops at the point where Shoutmon X5 and DeckerGreymon form and switches to stock evolution footage to illustrate OmegaShoutmon and ZekeGreymon, padding it out slightly. When Shoutmon DX and Shoutmon X7 showed up, the stock footage was removed and the full "warp" sequence was played adding in Shoutmon DX and Shoutmon X7.
The opening of Digimon Adventure 02 was altered slightly partway through, switching and editing a couple of scenes to reflect the change in antagonists, Ken's Sixth Ranger Heel–Face Turn and the newfound availability of natural evolution. This was the only time the opening was changed, so it still managed to spoil the existence of both of Imperialdramon's forms...
A rare example of a translation doing this: the English dub of Digimon Adventure added Kari and the higher level digivolutions to the opening partway through the series.
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Gundam SEED Destiny's second opening features shots of three future Gundams (Destiny, Strike Freedom, and Destroy) fighting one another in silhouette; by the time the third opening comes, all three have been revealed in-series, and thus the sequence returns sans shadowing.
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Hitman: Blood Money has a title screen showing an audience inside a church. The audience changes as you progress through the missions, but with members disappearing as you kill them.
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The first opening of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL does this during the part of Yuma being joined by his friends during a walk. Initially it just Kotori and Tetsuo (ENG: Bronk). After the episodes that introduced them, Takashi (ENG: Casell), Tokunosuke (ENG: Flip) and Cathy are shown joining in as well.
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As PAW Patrol progressed, the opening credits changed a lot.
At the beginning of Season 3, the credits were updated to include Everest. The scene for the "no job's too big" verse was also changed from the pups getting Alex and Cali out of a tree to the pups, as well as Cap'n Turbot, getting Alex and a a dinosaur egg off of a cliff.
In Season 4, the "whenever there's a problem" verse's animation was changed to showcase the Sea Patrol gear.
In Season 5, every time there was a new Ultimate Rescue, the theme song would change to show footage from that specific UR.
In Season 6, the theme song showed footage from the first 2 "Mighty Pups, Super PAWs" episodes starting with "When Super Kitties Attack." It was then updated again later in the season to include footage from the first "Charged Up" episode, "Pups vs. the Copycat."
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The final episodes of The Girl Who Leapt Through Space involve Leopard gaining the final parts needed to bring him to full strength. The openings of these last episodes, as a result, show Leopard with these upgrades attached in the final seconds.
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The Bleach ending theme Haruka Kanata gives the spotlight to a different character every episode.
The same thing was done before with Houkiboshi, which gives the spotlight to one of the captains and their lieutenant (and sometimes, other members of that Gotei 13) each episode that ending theme was used.
While not exactly credits, the opening of the Fullbring arc of the anime changed as Ichigo's Fullbring evolved.
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In Btooom! Once the heroine starts opening up to Sakamoto they start holding hands in the OP.
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Vampire Knight's first season does this twice despite the fact that it only runs for 13 episodes: the first revision of the opening titles introduces Kurenai Maria, a second introduces her true form as Hio Shizuka.
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In Super Danganronpa 2, every time someone dies, their clip in the opening sequence and their picture in the cut-ins just before the class trial are shaded red. Also, when Nekomaru Nidai receives life-threatening injuries that prevent him from participating in the class trial, his picture is shaded a darker hue than the rest.
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In Wild Arms 2, 3 and 4, whenever you load from a save it plays an opening credit sequence, and in Wild Arms 3 whenever you save and quit it plays a closing sequence. The sequences change based on how far in the game you've gotten so far.
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ERASED's opening changes significantly in Episode 11; most noticeably, Satoru is completely removed from the intro, leaving several shots that just show empty windows or walls, reflecting his apparent death at the end of the previous episode (actually a fifteen-year coma). The black bars over the eyes of various characters are removed, and a spider's thread appears above Kayo's head to reflect Yashiro's opening narration, in which he describes seeing such threads hanging over the heads of his victims. The final episode adds Satoru back in again but keeps the other changes.
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In Daily Life with Monster Girl, the final episode adds Lala to the final shot of the harem cuddling Kimihito in bed. Kimihito's expression also changes from stunned to serene, showing how he's gotten used to having the girls around. Comparing the original shot◊ to the one in the final episode◊ also reveals a conspicuous Animation Bump, just like the rest of the episode.
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In Girls und Panzer, the ending rotates through different girls and the tanks they operate. And in episode 5.5, it shows four of them side by side.
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Cross Game does this very subtly. The heroine is from a family of four sisters who together are (in show) symbolized by a four leaf clover, which appears in the show's title logo. (See the image on the Cross Game page.) After the first episode, one of the leaves is faded, as the corresponding sister dies in the first episode. In the series finale, the leaf returns to full color once again, symbolizing that the cast have finally come to terms with Wakaba's death.
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In the Fire Emblem series:
In Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, each time the player finishes a playthrough, a new set of battle and story sequences are added in the opening credits. You need to complete the game 15 times to unlock all of them, and the most interesting of them storywise (such as Lewyn being killed by Manfroy in battle, then resurrected/possessed by the Wind God Forseti) are of course the last ones you get.
In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, once you reach Part 3, where Ike and the Greil Mercenaries are introduced, several scenes featuring them are added to the opening movie.
In general, most games in the series include a "class roll" as an Attract Mode, which goes through the classes of the game. More classes are usually added with subsequent playthroughs, up to and including the Final Boss exclusive class in most cases.
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BoJack Horseman subtly changes the opening titles to reflect recent changes to continuity, and does this so regularly that it's easier to link to these four videos detailing all the changes done throughout the show's six seasons than listing them here.
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On Angel, new images of Fred as Illyria were not added to the credits until after the characters [and the audience] discovered they couldn't get Fred back.
Additionally, in season 1 Wesley didn't appear in the credits until after he started working with Angel and Cordelia. His first episode still had Doyle in the credits despite the fact that Doyle had already died in the previous episode.
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This happened to the opening credits sequence for season 2 of Grimm, such as with the inclusion of Captain Renard's Game Face following its much-anticipated reveal during episode 2.
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The Expanse: Starting in season 2, the credits change to reflect in-universe developments such as the destruction of Deimos, the departure of the Nauvoo from Tycho Station, and the protomolecule spreading across Venus.
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In the penultimate episode of Magic of Stella, the characters' RPG-style stat screens in the intro change to show them "levelling up". Comically, one of Yumine's stat levels changes to an incomprehensibly long hexadecimcal value.
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Umineko: When They Cry's credits change the initial portrait in the opening every five or so episodes to reflect the change in arcs. And then the third arc started, and the opening underwent a much larger transformation.
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Handa-kun's ending adds characters to the lineup as they're introduced in-episode. Additionally, Episode 8 shows Ichimiya and his gang, and in the final episode the previously-transparent supporting characters are fully-colored and stay until the end, reflecting how they've finally connected with Handa.
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Zig-zagged by Persona 5: The Animation. The first opening shows the first six Phantom Thieves right off the bat, including Makoto, who doesn't awaken her Persona until just before the switch to the second intro. The second opening doesn't include Futaba and Haru until after their awakenings, but Haru does get added to the closing sequence an episode early, since she's already technically a Phantom Thief at that point.
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Himouto! Umaru-chan's outro depicts the four main girls frolicking at the beach. They spend most of the final episode doing exactly that, and the episode ends with Taihei suggesting that they visit the mountains next time. The final episode's credits sequence duly depicts the four main girls frolicking in the mountains instead.
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The opening of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's ends with shots of the various Devices used in the season. When the last episode rolls around, we see the Durandal and Schwertkreuz take the places of S2U and the Book of Darkness in the opening due to the events of the previous episode.
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Winx Club takes this Up to Eleven by changing the title sequence every season, with the addition of Replaced the Theme Tune.
A more straight example for this would be halfway through Season 5, which replaces the title sequence with 3D scenes showing the Winx in their Sirenix and traversing the Infinite Ocean. It does it again in Season 6 to reflect the aquisition of the Mythix power. The Cinelume dub of the third season also does this partly through Season 3, to include scenes of the Winx in their Enchantix.
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Fringe's opening sequence was originally a series of fringe science-related words flashing on a blue background, some of which would relate to that season's themes. The season two finale, which took place in the Alternate Universe, introduced a new sequence with a red background; during the next season, the color of the intro indicated on which side the episode took place. The season three finale was set 15 years later in a Bad Future and featured a silver background along with a mixture of scientific concepts and basic necessities that have been lost, such as "water" and "hope". Season four brings us a yellow sequence, signifying either the new Peter-less timeline or the fact that the two universes are bridged. Finally, the fifth and final season uses a cold blue sequence, and ditches the fringe science terms for words like "freedom" and "private thought" for things the conquered Earth has lost.
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Go! Princess Pretty Cure has some element of the opening changed or updated nearly every episode to reflect previous events. The halfway point has the most noticeable overhaul, with the addition of Cure Scarlet and the switch to the song's second verse.
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Yuki Yuna is a Hero's intro is constantly changing with almost each episode. Some are major, including adding Karin into the intro and showing Togo's Magical Girl transformation to avoid a Spoiler Opening but others are minor, like the flowers in the intro changing to reflect on the characters' Mankai progress at the start of the episode.
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Laid-Back Camp: Rin's gradual warming up to Nadeshiko can be seen in the opening credits through her messages with Nadeshiko. From episodes one to seven, Rin's reply is "No". Episode eight to eleven has her respond "I'll consider it", and in the finale, she answers, "sure".
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Frankenstein (1931) lists the cast members in the opening credits... except for the Monster, who is billed with a question mark where the name should be. It's only after the film, when the cast is listed again, that we learn it was Boris Karloff.
They did a similar thing with Kevin Spacey when he played the serial killer in Se7en
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The Wonderful World of Disney: In the title sequence for the 1997 revival, the references to The Three Musketeers The Three Musketeers]], and Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book were removed and replaced by references to The Little Mermaid (1989) and George of the Jungle beginning with the 1998-99 season.
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In some versions of its title sequence, rival Australian soap opera Home and Away would also use evolving credits showing the current main cast. Again, just because a new arrival isn't on the credits, doesn't mean that they're not staying long...they might just not have been added to the credits quite yet.
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Both of the other cartoons have done so as well. The 80's cartoon featured a completely brand-new animated intro in the middle of the fourth season when the show went from syndication to Saturday mornings on CBS. And for the 2012 cartoon..
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Midway through the fourth season of the second Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon, the show's opening was altered to take out scenes featuring the old vehicles (which had been destroyed) and Foot Ninja (which had been redesigned), replacing them with newer versions of each. Also, the scene featuring the Shredder, which had been altered to reflect his ultimate defeat, was altered yet again to reflect Karai's debut as his replacement.
Both of the other cartoons have done so as well. The 80's cartoon featured a completely brand-new animated intro in the middle of the fourth season when the show went from syndication to Saturday mornings on CBS. And for the 2012 cartoon..
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012). The opening of Season 2 has added most of the Turtles' Rogues Gallery from Season 1 to the "villains" part of the opening, featuring Ms. Cambell, Kraang Prime, Snakeweed, Spider Bytez, Newtralizer, The Rat King, Xever, Bradford, Karai, and Shredder.
A lesser example has Metalhead and Pulverizer (in his mutagen form) in Donnie's portion of the intro, and Casey Jones leaning on the building as the turtles run up to the rooftop at the end.
Starting with "Wormquake/The Manhattan Project", the villains went through slight change to depict Kraang Prime, a Squirrelanoid, Slash, Mutagen Man, Bradford/Rahzar, Fishface, Tiger Claw, Karai and Shredder. Also, the part near the ending that has Leo cutting two Kraangdroids and Donnie peeking out of a manhole is replaced with the turtles firing grappling hooks and using them as zip lines. However Spike is still shown with Raphael after the Slash episode.
Season 3 changes things up again to feature mostly the Foot Clan, with Baxter Stockman added, while most of the mutants nonaffiliated with the Foot are removed... except for the Newtralizer.
Starting with Return to New York, the intro is changed a lot, with the Party Wagon replacing the Shellraiser, the turtles wearing their "Vision Quest" outfits, a scene with Splinter and April training together, and a car chase featuring the turtles, Leatherhead, Bebop and Rocksteady, and Mondo Gecko.
The first half of season 4 has the intro interrupted by a Triceraton soldier stepping on the manhole cover at the beginning, followed by Leo recapping the events of the season 3 finale and new scenes of the Turtles, April and Casey in space. The second half is the first intro with new scenes and Karai and Shinigami added to the background near the end.
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Best Student Council uses the "simple" revealing-silhouettes version.
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Steam Train debuted a new intro for its first anniversary, where Ross is conducting the train and Danny, Arin, Barry and Suzy are all passengers; compare this to the original intro which only featured Ross and Danny (with alternate endings if Arin was involved as well). The new intro is more in line with Ross' vision of the show, where he'd host and other Game Grumps members would come in and out depending on the game (although Barry and Suzy were only involved in four-player Steam Rolled series, save for four holiday-themed episodes for Barry). When Brian joined the Grumps permanently, he was added as a face popping out from the top of the carriage.
The Saint Patrick's Day holiday series Stout Train (with Barry and Ross) averts this, by keeping the same intro since it started. Except for adding any third player's face at the end, with Ross drunkingly stating, "Also [whoever]!"
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Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans does this for its entire first season- the Barbatos's armor changes in time with its upgrades in the show, going from an emaciated, barely armored wreck to a mishmash of parts and finally to its fully armored completed form. Characters also enter (Naze and his girls, the different mobile suits the kids collect as they go) and leave (Fumitan most notably) in accordance with their introductions and exits. The gimmick is unfortunately absent from season 2.
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Taco-Man Plays a Video Game has the end credits play against an ever-lengthening compilation of one clip from each previous episode.
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In Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, the initial opening and the post-Time Skip opening. The latter changes the first verses of the theme song; the former, meanwhile, replaces Kamina with Nia after his death, and shows Simon tying a Red Armband of Leadership on his arm.
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Atop the Fourth Wall will change its opening sequence in its annual looks at The Clone Saga, including updating the footage used in some areas!
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Naruto is particularly fond of this in its many openings.
The fourth opening changed midway through to include characters from the Search for Tsunade arc- for example, the wall painting also includes Anko (who'd debuted in the Chunin Exam arcs), Shizune and Tsunade, while the action shots include the jonin instructors fighting Itachi and Kisame, as well as Naruto fighting Kabuto. The first version ends with Naruto throwing a punch, while the second version shows him using the Rasengan.
The fifth opening changes midway through, swapping out the dead Jirobo and Kidomaru for Kimimaro, showing the Sand Siblings among the main characters' allies, and instead of showing Lee and Guy crying together, shows them training, since Lee's surgery was successful.
The first opening for Shippuden changed after the reintroductions of Team Guy and the Sand Shinobi, as well as the introduction of Chiyo. The fourth opening recycled scenes from the third for a while until that season's Big Bad was ready to make her entrance.
Technically, the scenes from when Asuma, Shikamaru, Izumo and Kotetsu fight Hidan and Kakuzu in the third opening were most likely supposed to be originally part of the fourth opening, given that they flow better with the fourth song and the animation, and were included to show that the show had moved past the filler arc.
The fourth opening also changes midway through, replacing the aforementioned fights with Hidan and Kakuzu with fights against the villains of the Three-Tails arc.
Later, the second version of the fifth Shippuden opening transitions from Orochimaru staring at Sasuke as the curse mark spreads at him to Sasuke killing Orochimaru after he does, and now features the members of Team Snake.
Cartoon Network/Toonami's openings did not follow this format and always kept the first step of the Evolving Credits as the opening for that season.
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Digimon Xros Wars did a variant in its second opening - initially in the sequence where Shoutmon and Greymon warp through all their Xrossed forms the sequence stops at the point where Shoutmon X5 and DeckerGreymon form and switches to stock evolution footage to illustrate OmegaShoutmon and ZekeGreymon, padding it out slightly. When Shoutmon DX and Shoutmon X7 showed up, the stock footage was removed and the full "warp" sequence was played adding in Shoutmon DX and Shoutmon X7.
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The clips in the title sequence for The Backyardigans are updated each season to show scenes for that current season.
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The second season of Star Trek: Discovery replaces the Klingon symbols — since the Klingon war is over and the season is about a new potential threat — with the Red Angel and the Section 31 version of the Starfleet logo. After the true nature of the Red Angel is revealed in "The Sounds of Thunder", the image of it is changed to reflect this.
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Australian soap opera Neighbours has as its title sequence a montage of all the main characters that are in the show at that time (not just the characters who show up in the storylines for that particular episode, though which storylines will be continued in a given ep is spoiled by the "previously on" catch-up before the title sequence). Whenever a character or characters join the main cast or leave/die, the title sequence montage is updated to reflect this...though not always immediately.
In some versions of its title sequence, rival Australian soap opera Home and Away would also use evolving credits showing the current main cast. Again, just because a new arrival isn't on the credits, doesn't mean that they're not staying long...they might just not have been added to the credits quite yet.
By contrast, British soap operas don't tend to use title sequences that show the show's characters. Coronation Street has an establishing shot of the titular street, Eastenders has a title screen of a map of the London area, and Emmerdale has establishing shots of the rural setting. Hollyoaks however, does show images of its main cast. Unfortunately they only update the credits every so often, and with Hollyoaks being a quiet suburb with the mortality rate of a Mafia blood feud, it means that on occasion a good proportion of the characters in the montage are currently dead. Later on it gets updated more often but still doesn't change immediately after a character change.
Eastenders did, however, update the title sequence when the Millennium Dome (now the O2 Arena) was built at pretty much the focal point of their map.
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Persona 4: The Animation has one of its credits animations, starting from the second episode. The credits sequence involves several Persona cards that are glowing white on one side. As the show progresses, the Tarot symbols start appearing instead of the blank space.
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In Infinite Stratos (pictured), the ending credits change as more girls are introduced; the most significant change is that since the ending theme is sung by these girls' voice actors, the song progressively gets more and more complex as the verses get distributed between more voices. It also hints at how close the girls are to Ichika, the main male protagonist, and the closer the girl is to him in that episode, the closer they're running behind him during the ending credits. In hindsight, the ending credits have a stealth spoiler in the form of Charl who appears in the credits right after her introduction... even though it takes a few more episodes to reveal her real gender (and when that happens, her appearance in the credits changes accordingly). The spoiler comes from the fact that aside from Ichika, everyone else who appears in the credits is a girl.
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Rusty Rivets changed its theme in Season 2 to reflect the new mobile lab and also to introduce the new robot animals, Botarilla, Tiger Bot, and ElephantBot.
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Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ has its first opening altered early on, dumping all of the Leave the Camera Running segments in favor of ZZ Gundam in action and replacing Mashymre Cello with Roux Louka in the cast group shot once they both appear.
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During the Opening song in the first episode of Attack on Titan, The Emblem of Wall Maria is shown with bright, clear colors. By Episode 4, the emblem is now shown with duller and darker colors. This seems to be an error, however, since the Blu-ray releases of every episode include the later version.
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Assassination Classroom: With the opening theme.
Irina and Ritsu appear in the first OP after their introduction in Episodes 4 and 9, respectively.
Episode 7 follows six students in a group during a field trip to Kyoto. The OP for that episode and the episode after that are sung by the voice actors of those six students instead of the ones who usually sing the theme tune.
Episode 18 overhauls the second OP's sequence with new images and animations of the characters in their summer uniforms as well as dancing on the beach in casual summer wear, highlighting the start of the summer break portion of the series.
Itona appears in the Season 2 opening from Episode 4 onwards, after losing his tentacles and joining Terasaka's gang in the previous episode.
Following the God of Death arc, the opening of Season 2 Episode 9 shows Irina after her Good Costume Switch, and the God of Death's maskless face.
The second OP of Season 2 (Episode 15 onwards) changes to show how many days the class has left to kill Koro-sensei.
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Heartcatch Pretty Cure had three openings, the second adding Cure Sunshine and the third added not just Cure Moonlight, but Coupe in the battle scene as well.
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The anime adaptation of Run with the Wind changes some of the visuals of its second ending after Episode 17. Initially, there are Deliberately Monochrome shots of the Kansei University track team members looking pensive and troubled. From Episode 18 onwards, this is replaced by shots of the characters all facing the sun with confident looks on their faces, and it's all in full color. This is the episode where the team begins their long-awaited Hakone Ekiden race.
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In Animaniacs, the line "...while Bill Clinton plays the sax" was replaced in the second season with "We've got wisecracks by the stacks" and again in the third season with "We pay tons of income tax" as backup lyrics if Clinton didn't win the 1996 Election. In addition, the third season replaced Pinky & the Brain's verse with one on Ralph, Dr. Scratchansniff, and Hello Nurse after the two mice were given their own spin-off.
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Power Rangers in Space shows only four Rangers in its first opening and continues to feature Divatox from Power Rangers Turbo as if she'll be remaining Big Bad, the better to keep the arrival of new Ranger Andros and new Big Bad Astronema hidden until their debut later that episode.
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In the third season of The World God Only Knows, the ending theme is sung by the girl who is revealed to be having one of the Goddess (except for Tenri which is already revealed on the Tenri Arc OVA) in that episode (except for Episodes 1,7 and 8 which have no ending themes and Episode 9 which has a different ending theme altogether).
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Power Rangers
The title sequences for the shows change after a bit to include the new Sixth Ranger, Megazord, Battlizers, etc.
The season that holds record for fewest opening changes is Lightspeed Rescue, at a mere one change (only adding its Sixth Ranger, and nothing else), but some are always changing. Power Rangers Operation Overdrive changes to add a new Ranger, to update Miratrix's hairstyle, to add every new Megazord formation, to add a Super Mode for Mack, and... sometimes just because they feel like it, it seems.
Power Rangers in Space shows only four Rangers in its first opening and continues to feature Divatox from Power Rangers Turbo as if she'll be remaining Big Bad, the better to keep the arrival of new Ranger Andros and new Big Bad Astronema hidden until their debut later that episode.
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy has several, due to any character who isn't in the episode being left out, as well as permanent new characters being added. (The exception being Kendrix's departure, due to the actress' leukemia. She was left in the opening for the duration.)
Power Rangers RPM is a strange case. The initial opening only showed four of the rangers, but mentioned important characters or actors. They even showed Tanaya 7, who wouldn't appear for several episodes to begin with. This was then changed to showing Milo Cawthorne as Ziggy, the Green Ranger, when he officially joined the team and, changed again later, a clip of Olivia Tennet portraying Doctor K, once revealed.
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The Disappearance of Yuki Nagato's credits sequence changes subtly for episodes 10 to 13, to reflect the emergence of the other Yuki. When the original Yuki returns, the outro also reverts back, but instead of the sparkles escaping, Yuki manages to catch them.
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King of the Hill re-animated their opening sequence EXACTLY as it was when the show started. Even Buckley was kept in.
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Planetes uses this trope extensively, always according to the mood and current plotline. For instance, showing different secondary cast members (or, in one case, in different clothes to show their changing allegiances,) showing an explosion on the moon, a floating compass, or progressively adding color to a sequence that starts out in black and white. Most tellingly, Hachimaki's encounter with his somber "Astronaut" persona during the Opening Sequence becomes increasingly important and denotes his current state of mind.
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Happens frequently in Kamen Rider.
Kamen Rider Ryuki
The series shows a few quick glimpses of the content of the episode at the beginning of each title sequence. 555 and Den-O went on to show similar preview clips in their opening sequences. Kabuto shoehorned in new opening clips when Gatack was introduced, and so did Den-O for Zeronos. But for a classic example of this trope though, look no further than Blade: it entirely changed (including a brand new theme song) when Leangle showed up.
Not quite. Blade plays this straight for some episodes past Leangle's debut, properly updating the first opening's visuals to reflect such before they changed the opening altogether. Incidentally, Mutsuki is actually present from the first iteration, right before Tachibana's shot, albeit with him pulling his hat over his face to hide it until his debut as a Rider.
Of course, the AMV for Opening 1 still features four Riders.
Kamen Rider Decade evolved in two different ways: first, clips of Diend are added after his introduction, second, the opening narration is slightly changed when it becomes apparent that more worlds beyond the Heisei era Riders' will be visited.
Kamen Rider Ex-Aid may be reigning king of this trope in the franchise, constantly making minor aesthetics to reflect plot developments, such as new forms, Riders, character deaths, and who the current main Big Bad is. This applies even after the more significant evolution starting episode 25. The most egregious case is the differences between the openings of episodes 36 and 37. The former reinstates the resurrected and now evil Kiriya, scowling in a black jacket into his usual spot. 37, on the other hand, , to reflect the two significant plot developments in the previous episode, immediately changes THAT to show the revived Kiriya was only a Reverse Mole, his personal shot changed again to have him smiling with his usual brown jacket, and is back on the heroes' side. Not to mention the addition of Hyper Muteki Ex-Aid in the form exhibition.
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In Devil Survivor 2: The Animation, dead characters are removed from the ending credits.
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In Tokimeki Memorial: Forever with you, if you complete a playthrough getting Shiori's love confession and Ending, the part of the opening demo where Shiori's lips are moving with no sound coming out, has now the sound added, revealing that she's saying: "Suki desu" ("I love you").
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The opening screen for Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light displays a simple map. Pictures of the towns appear sequentially on it as you complete their storylines. In the second half, portraits of your temporary party members from the first half begin to pop up as you fix their pasts.
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Sketchbook changes part of the OP and ED depending on the primary cast of the episode.
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The opening of Ben 10: Alien Force showed Alien X in silhouette until after his introduction in the season one finale. Funnily enough, Alien X's actual appearance is just that of his silhouette pasted over a space background.
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The Big Bang Theory ends its opening sequence with a brief clip of the cast having take-out together. The original was taken before the show really established itself and thus has a few unusual quirks unique to the pilot such as: Penny has a much different hairstyle than normal, Raj is wearing a reddish ball cap that is never seen again and the white boards filled with equations are displayed prominently (they show up from time to time, but are not a mainstay of the apartment set design). The third season had a new one that reflected the series slightly better and the fifth season added a new shot where Penny is taking a really big bite. The sixth season finally includes the latest cast additions Amy and Bernadette.
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Tokyo Mew Mew is a strange case. It does get an update after all five girls become Mew Mews, but it's really only some minor animation details and clips of their attacks that change. What's more, the original opening was fairly spoilerific itself: it revealed who Ichigo's teammates would be, the first villain Kisshu and that he kisses Ichigo.
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The second half of Futari wa Pretty Cure had the ending changed to feature the new Quirky Miniboss Squad instead of the old one and to include Pollun along with Mipple and Mepple.
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Top Wing changes its opening partly into Season 2 to reflect the team in their new base outfits and uniforms, and having Speedy and Bea pilot the Command Flyer.
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Kamen Rider Ex-Aid may be reigning king of this trope in the franchise, constantly making minor aesthetics to reflect plot developments, such as new forms, Riders, character deaths, and who the current main Big Bad is. This applies even after the more significant evolution starting episode 25. The most egregious case is the differences between the openings of episodes 36 and 37. The former reinstates the resurrected and now evil Kiriya, scowling in a black jacket into his usual spot. 37, on the other hand, , to reflect the two significant plot developments in the previous episode, immediately changes THAT to show the revived Kiriya was only a Reverse Mole, his personal shot changed again to have him smiling with his usual brown jacket, and is back on the heroes' side. Not to mention the addition of Hyper Muteki Ex-Aid in the form exhibition.
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Blinky Bill: Season 3 placed its end credits on a background of whatever country the episode was mainly set in. In order:  Australia for episodes 1 and 2, Antarctica for 3 to 5, a view of the ocean for episodes 6 and 19, Africa for 7 to 11, China for 12 to 14, Brazil for 15 to 18, India for 20 to 22, and France for 23 to 25. The credits for episode 26, the season finale, instead included photos featuring Blinky and each country's respective escaped circus animal, implied to be taken throughout the trip.
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Kemono Friends' opening fills in silhouettes of the characters as they appear.
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DuckTales (1987) initially only had Bubba Duck appearing in new clips for the second season version of the intro. After the 5-part arc that introduced Bubba there was another 5-parter that introduced Fenton Crackshell/Gizmo-Duck, and subsequently there was another new version of the opening that featured clips of Fenton as well.
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Halfway through the series, the opening of Higurashi: When They Cry Kai added two scenes with Hanyuu and slightly modified another to reflect a very important event that had just occurred. A variation from the same intro was a playback to the gory, Poor Communication Kills time (Rena's machete) being replaced with a scene where the connection was fixed. It's a variation since it was due to censorship.
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The second opening of Your Lie in April changed a bit of its lyrics after episode 17 before the reff part. From boku wa ame kimi wa taiyou te o tsunagou note I'm the rain, you're the sun, so let's join hands to nee, ima kono isshun o dakishimeyou note hey, let's hold tight this moment. Not only lyrics, but some scenery also changed. They are including:
The changed lyrics parts initially features Kousei, Tsubaki, and Watari playing together, but after episode 17, it features Takeshi and Emi smiled at the sky.
The scene while Kousei playing piano and Kaori playing violin accompanied by flying birds changed into scenery of Kousei and Kaori double riding bike together.
The scenery while both of them playing in the reff part of opening changed from sunny sky with white cloud into clear night full of twinkling and falling stars.
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Yes! Pretty Cure 5 added Milk and her upgrades after they appeared.
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NEEDLESS has a small one in the second intro — a shot of Simeon's fourth strongest removing their mask cuts away before you get to see the face until the big reveal happens a few episodes later.
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GaoGaiGar
The original TV series changes its credits every time a new robot gets added to the heroes' lineup.
GaoGaiGar FINAL changes its opening for every single episode to account for the changes in the storyline. The main reason they could do this was because FINAL is an eight-episode OAV, and would thus have the size and budget to do such a thing.
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A rare example of a translation doing this: the English dub of Digimon Adventure added Kari and the higher level digivolutions to the opening partway through the series.
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Maho Girls PreCure adds Cure Felice and, again, remixes the theme.
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The first season of Okusama Ga Seitokaichou did this with the opening and closing credits. The opening featured a short message that was shown in a different language each time, as well as two brief montage sequences, one briefly recapping the previous episode and one showing a glimpse of what's to come in this episode. The end credits depicted Ui running through a generic platform game level, with each episode's sequence roughly following on from the previous one.
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Butterbean's Cafe has its theme reanimated in the new animation style in Season 2, featuring remastered scenes and even having Ms. Marmalady, Spork and Spatch make appearances as well.
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The opening of GUN×SWORD silhouettes everyone who hasn't yet shown up in a sort of violet-blue aether, and everyone and everything who has been killed or destroyed in solid black shadow. The end credits do something similar, showing various "casual" pictures of major characters. In the beginning, they're all of Van and Wendy; as the cast expands, pictures of the newcomers replace various shots in the montage.
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After a few seasons, American Dad!'s opener changed almost entirely. Stan leaves the house differently, the rotating newspaper gag is replaced with Roger stowing away in a different costume each week (though often previously seen in the series), and his stance in front of Old Glory outside the CIA changed from a presentational gesture to a salute.
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Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star's opening changed to include Cure Bright and Cure Windy.
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Blue's Clues changed its opening in Season 5 to "Another Blue's Clues Day", to reflect Joe becoming the new host, and also have Mr. Salt hold up a pennant with the episode's name at the end. Season 6 changes this slightly to reflect the new Blue's Room segment, by having the theme open in Blue's playroom.
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In the third season of Yami Shibai each episode has an additional creepy head added to the end credits.
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The ending shot of The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes! changes consistently to show who's currently on the team's lineup.
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MAD updated the opening with random characters from their sketches and changed the color of their background for every new season.
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Sofia the First:
The title sequence changes in Season 2, replacing most scenes from Season 1 and the Pilot Movie with scenes from Seasons 1 and 2.
Another title sequence was introduced in the third season to reflect Sofia's dress change and the new pink version of the logo. Same goes for Season 4 to include the Mystic Isles.
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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock did not include Leonard Nimoy as Spock in the opening credits, unlike every other movie and episode. This was to avoid giving away Spock's eventual resurrection and fast-aging (so that he could be played by Nimoy again). It worked because so many people thought Nimoy hated playing Spock, as he allowed him to get killed off in Star Trek II and wrote a book called I Am Not Spock.
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Hugtto! Pretty Cure adds Cure Amour and Cure Machiere. In addition, as virtually all of the villains except Listol have undergone a Heel–Face Turn by the halfway point, they are replaced by another group of villains.
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In Silent Hill, the opening movie changes when you finish a playthrough with a Good+ End: in the part where Harry and his wife find baby Cheryl, Harry's wife is swapped with Cybil.
Similarly, the opening attract FMV for Silent Hill 2 changes once you complete the game. This time, spoken dialogue is reinserted into what was previously silent scenes that gives them spoilerific context.
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Similarly, the opening attract FMV for Silent Hill 2 changes once you complete the game. This time, spoken dialogue is reinserted into what was previously silent scenes that gives them spoilerific context.
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Prétear's symbolic Anime Theme Song's standards are met in the final few episodes where the opening was touched up a bit, adding sound effects, and replacing one scene at a very specific part during the Theme Tune revealing Mikage to become the Princess of Disaster and her ultimate connection with Himeno, as the former Pretear herself.
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Vividred Operation's opening credits feature a montage of the girls' transformation sequences, with each girl's sequence being added the episode after their debut: Aoi in Episode 3, Wakaba in Episode 4, and Himawari in Episode 5.
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Each season of The Venture Bros. has a subtly different opening. Some episodes that focus on specific characters have special openings, like the season two and three openers.
They also reflect evolving character features, most notably Hank and Dean's divergent style selections at the start of Season 4.
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The Harry Potter film series has the Warner Bros logo become progressively darker and rustier and the clouds become darker, representing how the story becomes darker and grimmer over time.
This extends to the Fantastic Beasts prequels, which are set before the main series (and so are a little clearer and cleaner) but follow the same progression.
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Jackie Chan Adventures would change its credits with the season's story arc, with Jade casually tossing either a talisman or magic puzzle box, followed by Jackie punching out the more threatening of the whatever version of the Enforcers were featured in that story arc (Tohru, then Hak Fu, then magically altered Enforcers). Other minor changes occur between seasons as well.
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Dora the Explorer: Seasons 3-4 ditched The Oner opening where it zooms in on a computer and showing Dora and her friends participating in a computer game and changes it to a scene where Dora and Boots swing through the forest, meet their friends, and followed by clips from several episodes. It changed slightly in Season 5 to reflect the removing of the "Star Catching" element in the previous seasons. A new 2D Visuals, 3D Effects opening was introduced in Season 7, along with the Art Evolution for the show and the transition to HD.
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The ending for season 2 of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War initially keeps Miko's face hidden during her close-up, but she turns to face Kaguya like everyone else following her formal introduction in episode 4.
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Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode opening adds Cure Parfait.
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Sore ga Seiyuu! combines the ending with recap, trailer, and karaoke sing along for a verse of other Anime opening and ending songs.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
The first episode opening does not show the wormhole, because it's only discovered in that episode.
Later seasons replaces the runabout with the Defiant after it was introduced at the beginning of season 3.
Starting with season 4, the original arrangement of the opening theme was replaced with a more ominous version, possibly to reflect on the darker turn the series had taken with the introduction of the Dominion Myth Arc. There's also a lot more activity shown around the station in general, to reflect that the fact it's become a seat of power, rather than the abandoned husk nobody cared much about that it once was.
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Outlander regularly changes its credits sequence to reflect each season's shifting storyline. Season 1 was pure Scottish Highlands; Season 2 mixes it with a trip to France; Season 3 adds in modern touches as Claire returns to the 20th century before coming back to the 18th; Season 4 has Claire and Jamie in colonial America and season 5 with them joined by Claire's grown daughter and the coming Revolution. Also, the theme song regularly shifts to capture these changes (compare the pure Scottish themes of season 1 to the American influence of season 5]].
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The first opening and ending sequences in Eureka Seven Ao change the color of Ao's hair and the Nirvash in sync with their actual color changes in the series. As the series progresses the opening also adds an additional shot of Eureka - first with her back to the camera, then turning to face it.
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Harvey Beaks gets a new intro in its second season, which most notably includes his sister Michelle who had hatched in the first season.
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In Sword Art Online II, episode 6 changes the close-up on Death Gun's pistol to a close-up of his wrist, which bears the Laughing Coffin logo.
The second opening of Sword Art Online II starts with a focus on "Caliber" characters, it evolves midway to focus on "Mother's Rosario" characters.
The second opening of Sword Art Online: Alicization evolves to focus on which enemies Kirito & Eugeo will be facing as they climb the Central Cathedral. The first version features Deusolbert, Fanatio, Alice and Bercouli. The second version features the Sword Golem and Quinella.
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Steven Universe:
The first three seasons have the end credits of each episode play segments of a full song as part of its ending credits: for example, some episodes will have individual instruments playing, while others may have the full instrumental, and still others the music and lyrics. Overall, discounting a few oddballs, the first three seasons had twenty different ending themes that come together to form "Love Like You".
Seasons 4 and 5 continues the trend with a second song that uses ambient noise that slowly and ominously builds up with piano, strings, and seaside animal sounds. It appears to end when the truth about Pink Diamond's shattering is revealed in "A Single Pale Rose", but then "Reunited" reveals it to be a Triumphant Reprise of "Love Like You".
Steven Universe: Future also reveals its Ending Theme "Being Human" in fifteen second increments that change every three or four episodes. Unlike the previous cases, the name of this song was given in the credits for the first episode.
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Bodacious Space Pirates
Its opening does this a couple times as new characters are introduced. One interesting example is that after Episode 18, Jenny is now shown in the wedding dress she wore in the prior two episdes as well as in a different pose and position.
Another example is with one of the commercial bumpers which shows the Space Yacht Club, where after Jenny graduates, the image no longer depicts her in it and the new members of the club are added.
The end credits originally showed only Marika, Chiaki, and Mami. Starting from Episode 13 onward, the sequence adds Gruier and Grunhilde to the group.
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As its cast evolved (as characters were often introduced out of nowhere), the opening sequence to Bonus Stage would change slightly between seasons to accommodate new characters, at one point adding a few bars to the song itself for Rya, Jessica, and Evil, until the theme song just changed entirely...twice.
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Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase's Nekomimi Mode OP changes slightly with every episode, including one where Hazuki just plain isn't present at all.
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In Phineas and Ferb, at the end of the title sequence, you can see images of episodes from past seasons. For example, the first season has images of the Pilot and the fourth season has pictures of Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension and the third season.
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The Flintstones had its opening and end credits sequences completely revised in the third season, with Fred taking Wilma and the pets for a night out on the town. As the cast continued to grow, Pebbles, Barney, Betty, and Bamm-Bamm (the second and third of whom earned a Promotion to Opening Titles in the process) joined their activities.
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The credits of GA Geijutsuka Art Design Class not only cycles between 5 versions of the ending song, but also has steadily changed over the course of the series with the girls getting older and their activities changing.
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After you reach a certain point in Bravely Default, the subtitle "Where The Fairy Flies" is blacked out to read Airy Lies.
After you reach a certain point in its sequel Bravely Second, the subtitle "End Layer" is changed to read Send Player.
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The second opening for Gundam SEED features the Freedom Gundam with its wings deployed in silhouette, many episodes before its debut. The third opening, which started playing at least a dozen of episodes before the Freedom's actual debut, has it launching from the Archangel's linear catapult and in a few action scenes with the Justice Gundam, which also did not get its debut until an episode or two after the Freedom's. Subsequently, in Destiny's first opening, the same scene shown in SEEDs second opening is shown again, this time without the shadowing.
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The opening of Steins;Gate evolves a few episodes from the end of the series, with the lyrics changing to match the change in plot. The animation also has very subtle differences, only noticeable if one really focuses.
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The opening for Dragon Ball Kai swaps out old footage for new action scenes whenever each new baddie shows up in the story. At first it focuses primarily on Vegeta and Frieza's men, then exclusively on Goku's fight with Frieza, and then changes to include the entire group fighting the Androids.
This is far from the first time Dragon Ball has used this trope. The original opening, Mystical Adventure, changes around the time of Piccolo Daimao, while the ending changes footage four times (the American release only uses one version for each throughout). Z's first theme, Cha-La Head Cha-La changes around the arrival of Vegeta and Nappa, and again at the beginning of the Artificial Humans arc.
Following in tradition, the intro to Dragon Ball Super involved two shots of Goku turning into the Super Saiyan God form (once as Shenron appeared in the background, once at the end.) At the start of the Golden Frieza arc, this changed to him attaining the blue Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan form. Shots of Frieza and his henchmen were also added in.
Continues with shots of the Universe 6 Team during the Universe 6 Arc and Trunks, Mai, Black and Zamasu during the Black Arc. The entire opening changes for the Universe Survival Arc. Even the Universe Survival Arc didn't come out unscathed as Majin Buu is replaced with Frieza in both the opening and in the version of the credits playing "Boogie Back".
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Akuma no Riddle has a completely different ending for every episode, each corresponding to one of the students of class Black.
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The parts of the Vandread opening that weren't clips from the upcoming episode; dead characters disappeared from the sequence, and if a character's appearance changed in the series, it would change in the opening soon after. Also, certain spoiler-ish aspects were obscured in the opening, only to be revealed once the plot got to them.
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The first line of Hello!! Kiniro Mosaic's intro changes from episode to episode, with either one girl singing it, or the main five girls singing it.
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Power Rangers Lost Galaxy has several, due to any character who isn't in the episode being left out, as well as permanent new characters being added. (The exception being Kendrix's departure, due to the actress' leukemia. She was left in the opening for the duration.)
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Mixels in season 1 extended the theme song to add the new tribes from the newly-introduced wave, while season 2 simply used only the Mixels introduced for the specific special in the intro.
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Cardcaptor Sakura had Shaoran appear briefly in the opening credits only after he was introduced; the American version (even the subtitled version) used one set of credits for almost everything, missing this.
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By contrast, British soap operas don't tend to use title sequences that show the show's characters. Coronation Street has an establishing shot of the titular street, Eastenders has a title screen of a map of the London area, and Emmerdale has establishing shots of the rural setting. Hollyoaks however, does show images of its main cast. Unfortunately they only update the credits every so often, and with Hollyoaks being a quiet suburb with the mortality rate of a Mafia blood feud, it means that on occasion a good proportion of the characters in the montage are currently dead. Later on it gets updated more often but still doesn't change immediately after a character change.
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Star vs. the Forces of Evil:
The second season updates the group shot near the end of the intro, adding many new characters, updating the appearances of some, and removing others who were Demoted to Extra.
An entirely new opening credits sequence is used for the last two seasons, due to the show switching its main location from Earth to Mewni, but this trope comes into play after the events of season three's "Battle for Mewni" arc, wherein Star's wand regains its missing fragment and takes on a new form. The wand's appearance is updated to match from that point forward.
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Gundam
The second opening for Gundam SEED features the Freedom Gundam with its wings deployed in silhouette, many episodes before its debut. The third opening, which started playing at least a dozen of episodes before the Freedom's actual debut, has it launching from the Archangel's linear catapult and in a few action scenes with the Justice Gundam, which also did not get its debut until an episode or two after the Freedom's. Subsequently, in Destiny's first opening, the same scene shown in SEEDs second opening is shown again, this time without the shadowing.
Gundam SEED Destiny's second opening features shots of three future Gundams (Destiny, Strike Freedom, and Destroy) fighting one another in silhouette; by the time the third opening comes, all three have been revealed in-series, and thus the sequence returns sans shadowing.
After War Gundam X has a silhouette of the Gundam Double X showing up as it starts to influence the plot; the OP changes completely after it becomes Garrod's Mid-Season Upgrade. And then, it changes again one more time when the Leopard Destroy and G-Falcon make their debuts.
Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ has its first opening altered early on, dumping all of the Leave the Camera Running segments in favor of ZZ Gundam in action and replacing Mashymre Cello with Roux Louka in the cast group shot once they both appear.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans does this for its entire first season- the Barbatos's armor changes in time with its upgrades in the show, going from an emaciated, barely armored wreck to a mishmash of parts and finally to its fully armored completed form. Characters also enter (Naze and his girls, the different mobile suits the kids collect as they go) and leave (Fumitan most notably) in accordance with their introductions and exits. The gimmick is unfortunately absent from season 2.
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Both sides of Danganronpa 3 do this. In Side: Future, the opening slightly changes between episodes 1 and 2, adding colours to characters' potential deaths. It also includes the counter showing how many people are still alive. In Side: Despair, episode 1 opening only shows Nanami as a silhouette, only fully showing her starting from episode 2.
The Side:Despair opening changes again starting episode 6. The biggest change is that the formerly light and pastel color palette is much darker, resulting in everyone (sans Chiaki Nanami) having red eyes. There are several other changes, starting with the question mark being removed from the English phrase "Hello, Hope's Peak High School?." The part showing Kamukura and Hinata has Hinata being only a flickering image within the silhouette of Kamukura's hair, reflecting his personality having been surgically erased in order for him to become Kamukura. Finally, Nanami is seen smiling when she turns around, as opposed to the neutral expression she had in the previous version. There's also the grown-up version of Saionji.
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Death Note
In the first opening, Watari is in silhouette and trenchcoat until the series shows his true appearance. Although, curiously, L's much more mysterious and intriguing appearance DOESN'T get this treatment.
They also subvert the trope with Naomi Misora, showing her well before her introduction and for quite some time after her death.
Of course when it came time to adapt the second arc, the same second spoilerish opening was used even long after L and Watari's deaths and wasn't updated to give more focus to the "new" characters, perhaps foretelling the less focus that the second arc would get in the anime.
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As doctors came and went from the 4077th, M*A*S*H inserted and removed its characters from the scramble to get the wounded in the opening credits. The final shot of the credits originally showed Hawkeye and Trapper riding on the jeeps headed back to the camp. After Wayne Rogers left the show, they kept the shot, but reframed it to crop Trapper out.
For Season Four, the shot of Trapper scurrying to a chopper is removed, and replaced with a shot of B.J. rushing towards the chopper, from a distance, making him somewhat indistinguishable. Afterwards, a clearer of shot B.J. helping casualty from the chopper's rumble seat is used for Seasons Five and Six. Similarly, the same shot was used for the first couple of episodes for Season Seven, before we see on the show itself that B.J. now has a mustache; afterwards, a close up of a mustachioed B.J. is used in the opening credits for the rest of the series.
A subtle one, but after Gary Burghoff left the show the opening moment of the credits, which is an Over the Shoulder shot of Radar looking at the choppers coming in, is cropped to take Radar out of the picture.
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In Soap the "family photo" at the start of each episode would change whenever more characters became part of the family or when some left/died.
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Game Grumps updated the intro after Jon left and was replaced with Dan.
Steam Train debuted a new intro for its first anniversary, where Ross is conducting the train and Danny, Arin, Barry and Suzy are all passengers; compare this to the original intro which only featured Ross and Danny (with alternate endings if Arin was involved as well). The new intro is more in line with Ross' vision of the show, where he'd host and other Game Grumps members would come in and out depending on the game (although Barry and Suzy were only involved in four-player Steam Rolled series, save for four holiday-themed episodes for Barry). When Brian joined the Grumps permanently, he was added as a face popping out from the top of the carriage.
The Saint Patrick's Day holiday series Stout Train (with Barry and Ross) averts this, by keeping the same intro since it started. Except for adding any third player's face at the end, with Ross drunkingly stating, "Also [whoever]!"
Grumpcade has the most variation. In general, there are three versions, for two players (with the two players shown as heads being picked with a claw crane), three players (with the players as faces on the each reel of a slot machine), and four players (with the players being selected on an arcade machine), but whenever anybody apart from Arin, Danny, Barry, Suzy, Ross or Brian is playing, one of the heads is a nondescript face with a question mark, before introducing the "guest" player.
In the Grumpcade for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, Pro Jared and Jirard The Completionist fuse in the intro to become "ProJirard the Completionist".
The most complicated intros were made when Ross played Super Mario Kart with Markiplier, since Arin (who animates the intros) accidentally spelt Mark's wrong, but decided to turn it into a running gag, giving us Markipiler, Markiplire, Mairkpleirr, Parkilimer, Mdaosfjjh$(fv, and finally Markiplier.
The intros for the Miitopia series had Jimmy Whetzel as a guest, but for some reason the series had the two-player intro despite Holly also playing with them, so the intro pauses in a faux-VHS way as she's introduced. When Matt joins in from episode 9, he pops up at the end of the intro to introduce himself. Holly's and Matt's intros are also different for each episode.
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Parodied in "He's Bla-ack!" with the official return of Cleveland Brown to Quahog following the cancellation of his spin-off. He stops the opening and replaces the poor Mort Goldman in the chorus line.
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Eastenders did, however, update the title sequence when the Millennium Dome (now the O2 Arena) was built at pretty much the focal point of their map.
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During the third season of ChalkZone, the clips from the Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts (including one that wasn't repackaged as an episode of the series) in the Title Montage opening theme were replaced with clips from the second and third seasons (with the exceptions of the clips of Snap, Penny, and Reggie saying "Rudy's got the chalk!"). One episode from the show's fourth season did air the first and second season's version of the opening; presumably by accident (this was fixed on the DVD release).
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In the Grumpcade for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, Pro Jared and Jirard The Completionist fuse in the intro to become "ProJirard the Completionist".
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The final season of Kim Possible replaced all scenes of the first season with those of seasons 2-4 and the movie, So the Drama.
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The Twilight Chronicles features new opening credits for every episode, featuring only the series regulars who appear in that episode, as well as that episode's guest stars.
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Isla's expression at the very end of Plastic Memories' intro sequence changes from episode to episode to reflect the current state of her relationship with Tsukasa. It's subtle at first, but becomes more noticeable later on, and leads to a massive Tear Jerker in the last episode where she smiles at Tsukasa while starting to cry, in acknowledgement of her impending shutdown.
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The series shows a few quick glimpses of the content of the episode at the beginning of each title sequence. 555 and Den-O went on to show similar preview clips in their opening sequences. Kabuto shoehorned in new opening clips when Gatack was introduced, and so did Den-O for Zeronos. But for a classic example of this trope though, look no further than Blade: it entirely changed (including a brand new theme song) when Leangle showed up.
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Yoshi's Island features a thicker instrumentation for the title theme for every world you unlock. And when you unlock that last world...the whole rotating world's appearance changes too. The main theme changes as well - before you reach World 6, there is a track of crashing waves which slowly fades into the Yoshi's Island theme (the transition is so slow most players don't even realize it's there). After World 6, the theme plays immediately.
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The American Gladiators revival adds the new gladiators to the title sequence only after they've actually appeared on the show. In addition, gladiators have been removed from the credits due to injury or being part of the reserves.
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The Spectacular Spider-Man added Mary Jane to the titles after her inevitable "jackpot" introduction. Also, during the second season, the intro becomes Different in Every Episode to indicate which supporting characters will play major roles.
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In Alvin and the Chipmunks, after switching animation studios in season 6, the title of the show was changed to The Chipmunks. Initially, clips from the "Girls/Boys of Rock and Roll" scene from The Movie were used, then shortly afterwards a newly animated sequence was introduced featuring the Chipmunks coming out of a limo and getting their makeup done. Both featured a newer, harder rocking version of the theme, which was also used with the original opening animation on syndicated prints of season 6 episodes.
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The anime of Mahou Sensei Negima! does this with the opening. Apart from the song change every 5 episodes or so, the girl's bathing suits occasionally change colours. Negima!? plays the trope straight in the ending. The further the show goes, the more characters appear at the bottom-right and play music instruments. When Setsuna joins in, she sleeps in halfway into the song, only to wake near the end and become red like a hummer out of shame.
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The first two endings of My Hero Academia have a small change after a few episodes each. Both times, the change involves school uniforms: in the first ending Izuku changes from his middle school uniform to the Yuuei one, while in the second one everyone starts wearing summer uniforms (no jacket and short-sleeved shirt)
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Mystery Science Theater 3000 would change intros whenever a major character left or added or a situation changed.
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Season three of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius replaced the clips in the intro from season one and the original movie with clips from the second and third seasons.
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Following in tradition, the intro to Dragon Ball Super involved two shots of Goku turning into the Super Saiyan God form (once as Shenron appeared in the background, once at the end.) At the start of the Golden Frieza arc, this changed to him attaining the blue Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan form. Shots of Frieza and his henchmen were also added in.
Continues with shots of the Universe 6 Team during the Universe 6 Arc and Trunks, Mai, Black and Zamasu during the Black Arc. The entire opening changes for the Universe Survival Arc. Even the Universe Survival Arc didn't come out unscathed as Majin Buu is replaced with Frieza in both the opening and in the version of the credits playing "Boogie Back".
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This happens in Ben 10 after Ghostfreak leaves the Omnitrix and Ben gains Cannonbolt. The alien roll call takes out the former and puts in the latter.
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RuneFactory 2 has the opening change to a second one, once the player has begun the cutscene to proceed to the Second Generation part of the game, when the player takes over as the hero's child.
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ef: A Tale of Memories eventually displays the pairings in the credits once the love intrigue was solved. While only shown in silhouette form you can see that Hiro ends up with Miyako and that Chihiro breaks from her chain which is a symbol for her having overcome, to some extent, the issues with her memory loss condition.
The trend continues with its sequel, A Tale of Melodies. In the final episode, Yuu breaks free from his crucifixion and Yuuko appears with angel wings.
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W.I.T.C.H. has a completely different set of opening titles for the second season, showing the villains of the new arc as well as updating other aspects. The theme song is also ever so slightly remixed. This is only for the UK/European release, however. The US version keeps the same opening for both seasons, which makes little sense when it displays villains who barely appear in the second season.
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Daredevil (2015) is an interesting example, the credits don't change, but the Netflix title card changes with Matt Murdock looking increasingly beat up, and finally wearing the Daredevil costume after the viewer has finished season 1.
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Wakfu: The second season's credit had a character added to the heroes' group after 4 episodes, when it was revealed he was Back from the Dead.
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British satirical show Have I Got News for You changes its introductory sequence from season to season, to reflect recent news stories. The one constant is that it opens by zooming through London to focus on Big Ben.
Series 49's intro depicted a squabble between the leaders of the various opposition parties, referencing the upcoming general election. The election occurred just before Episode 5 was being filmed, and over the course of the episode, three of the opposition leaders note UKIP's Nigel Farage, the Liberal Democrats' Nick Clegg, and Labour's Ed Miliband were revealed to have resigned. From Episode 6 onwards, their faces were crudely scribbled out of the intro.
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A few subtle examples in Bob's Burgers: In the first two seasons, Louise stands still during the intro. Starting in season 3, she does a "ta-da!" to the camera when she appears. Similarly, Gene stands still in the first two seasons, but has (and uses) his trusty sound effects-playing keyboard from Season 3 onward.
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The iDOLM@STER: All the ending sequences are completely different.
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In one opening of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX each of the main character's name and image is shown along with a grid of cards in the background. Some are face down with the face up ones being the cards they used. More gets flipped up as they use new cards in the show. One part of the opening also shows a brief preview of the duel from the episode.
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Mock the Week: The title sequence features clips of famous people (Mostly politicians) with hilarious captions. The pictures and captions are updated over time, though one of David Beckham getting a medal has survived since the start, albeit with different captions.
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One Piece
The So Bad, It's Good 4Kids opening updated the song every time a new character was introduced in the crew. By the time Chopper was in, there was almost no space in the song for another character (as the last verse said "Sanji is cooking, Chopper is doctoring"). For the very few 4Kids episodes that had Robin in the crew, all they did was add a shot of Robin into it and reverted the song back to version one.
Oddly, most of the openings from the original Japanese version have never done this, even when they got horribly out of date. The second intro, for example, continued featuring only five members in the crew for dozens of episodes after they had added two more (Vivi and Chopper.) What's odd is that an evolved version of the second opening featuring the two of them (along with characters from the Alabasta storyline) does exist, but it never aired on television: it was only used as the intro to a PlayStation game.
And then they went ahead and inverted this trope with the third intro, which spoils the fact that Vivi leaves the crew and Robin joins them a good 10 or so episodes before this happens. Somewhat justified in that most Japanese fans already knew this was coming from reading the manga, though.
One Piece finally acted on this trope with the thirteenth opening, One Day, which, after Blackbeard's new crewmembers were revealed, they are all briefly shown alongside him.
The 19th opening also makes use of this trope, obscuring Edward Weevil from the Seven Warlords of the Sea shot before his proper introduction in an episode. After Raizou the ninja's first episode, he starts appearing in the Wano warriors shot as well.
Also, Zunisha (the elephant that carries Zou) gradually becomes more visible.
Opening 20 has a sequence where Sanji wears a long red cape that flows in the wind. After three episodes, it is changed so that the cape becomes a frame for brief scenes of Sanji and Luffy's fight. This opening also shadows the portraits of the ministers Katakuri, Smoothie, Compote, Daifuku and Oven until their debut on the show.
Opening 21 also did this, shadowing characters with major moments namely Carrot's Su Long transformation, Katakuri's mouth, Luffy's Snakeman form, and Big Mom looking slim until they appeared in the show proper.
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In each of its four seasons, Ojamajo Doremi updated its opening (and changed its eyecatches) midway through the season to reflect changes from about that point in the storyline.
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The opening speech of the Superman Theatrical Cartoons underwent a small change after Superman learned how to fly. Originally, it went, "Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound!" The updated speech used, "Able to soar higher than any plane!" for the third line. Then, when production transferred from Fleischer Studios to Famous Studios, the speech completely changed. Also, the only short in which Superman used his X-ray vision ("The Mechanical Monsters") added the line "Empowered with X-ray vision" and briefly shows X-rays coming from Superman's eyes during the intro.
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In Granblue Fantasy, the last part of episode 13 replaces Gran with Djeeta, a woman who takes his place during said episode. Oddly enough, he still appears in the first half of the ending as well as the opening.
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The West Wing's credits changed not only to reflect the show's different casts, but also their evolving job titles. Fans have even gone so far as to edit together very convincing credits for a hypothetical eighth season, which happen to have the very sweet touch of Bradley Whitford being introduced at the exact moment John Spencer used to be, as Whitford's character would be taking up the same position as Spencer's. Plus, it works out right alphabetically.
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The first two openings of Code Geass's first season added images of new characters and mecha after a few episodes (like a silhouetted shot of cyborg!Jeremiah in the latter half of the episodes using Kaidoku Funou). However, neither of R2's openings did the same thing.
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The season that holds record for fewest opening changes is Lightspeed Rescue, at a mere one change (only adding its Sixth Ranger, and nothing else), but some are always changing. Power Rangers Operation Overdrive changes to add a new Ranger, to update Miratrix's hairstyle, to add every new Megazord formation, to add a Super Mode for Mack, and... sometimes just because they feel like it, it seems.
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In Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, each time the player finishes a playthrough, a new set of battle and story sequences are added in the opening credits. You need to complete the game 15 times to unlock all of them, and the most interesting of them storywise (such as Lewyn being killed by Manfroy in battle, then resurrected/possessed by the Wind God Forseti) are of course the last ones you get.
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Starting with its 9th season, The Fairly OddParents had its opening reanimated in HD and now includes baby Poof.
With season 10, the intro now has new scenes and most of the main theme has been rewritten to reflect Chloe's introduction.
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Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords's menu screen features a Sith Lord surrounded by ominous fog. Which Sith Lord depends on who the currently revealed Big Bad is. Bottom out the Karma Meter, and it will be The Exile him/herself.
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The ending credits for the Clannad After Story anime features most of the cast walking in line one after the other. When Tomoya's grandmother is introduced in episode 18, she shows up in the ending. One episode later, and his father gets added as well, in the space behind Akio and Sanae. In the final episode, Fuuko and Ushio lead the line.
The episode title card also changes, showing the orbs of light collecting, and eventually the girl from the illusory world.
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After War Gundam X has a silhouette of the Gundam Double X showing up as it starts to influence the plot; the OP changes completely after it becomes Garrod's Mid-Season Upgrade. And then, it changes again one more time when the Leopard Destroy and G-Falcon make their debuts.
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Played with for the posters of the Rebuild of Evangelion series, with each poster appearing almost exactly the same, except with each new poster, new characters are added. For example, the poster for Evangelion 1.0 features Shinji, Rei, Toji, Kensuke, Hikari, and Kaworu. The poster for Evangelion 2.0 features everyone from the first poster, plus Asuka and Mari.
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In The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, this gets used on the main screen in each game. The first game has a train that fills up with each member of Class VII that joins the party. 2 starts out with Rean all alone in the Eisengard Range after the events of 1. As you go through the game, the final main screen has Class VII on the deck of the Courageous.
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Weirdly subverted in the closing credits of Vision of Escaflowne. For most of the series there is a shot of Hitomi and Allen kissing during the closing credits, however once they kiss in the actual show the shot disappears. (This may not hold true for the official American release as it seems to have just picked one version of the credits and stuck it on to every episode. The original VHS American release only use one version, but the DVD's use both.)
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The second season credit sequence for Project UFO was significantly changed from the first. While justified in part by the recasting of the "lead officer" role, the cast members weren't actually shown in the first season credits. The new credits include 40 seconds of spaceship special effects shots plus footage of the leads taking off in an Air Force fighter jet. It's all more suggestive of a science-fiction action-adventure show than what the show actually was — a "just the facts" procedural in which, as in real life, the Air Force never found conclusive evidence of extraterrestrial visitors.
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
The end credits for the 2012 anime, which features a slow-pan over an Aztec mural filling with blood (Part 2 continues where Part 1's credits left off,) while shots of the characters appear in the foreground, with new ones appearing when new characters are introduced and old ones disappearing or updating when characters die, fade from relevancy in the current events or undergo a drastic change (like normal Dio becoming vampire Dio, or Stroheim becoming a cyborg.)
Also in play for the opening of Diamond is Unbreakable. For the first few episodes, Josuke and Okuyasu pose with their respective Stands while Koichi poses alone. Once Echoes is revealed, it appears alongside Koichi, and appears later in the opening alongside Okuyasu's The Hand.
Following their introduction, Reimi and Arnold appears in the second Diamond Is Unbreakable opening during the group photograph behind Jotaro.
The end credits for Diamond Is Unbreakable updates itself with the introduction of new characters.
Happens again in Golden Wind's third ending credits sequence, which depicts every Stand seen thus far in the series. Stands belonging to bad guys are shown first and at the bottom, then a gap in the middle, then those of the heroes with the antagonist's Stand mingled among them. As new Stands are revealed, they are placed in that gap.
Starting with Stardust Crusaders, each Part has an "endgame" version of the opening that shows the Big Bad influencing the credits (including the theme song itself) with their Time Master powers.
Stardust Crusaders: The original version of "JOJO ~ Sono Chi no Kiyoku" showed Star Platinum punching a mirror followed by DIO appearing behind Jotaro. In the final version of the opening, DIO freezes time after Jotaro breaks the mirror and slowly walks behind him, with no sound except the echoes of his footsteps.
Diamond is Unbreakable: During the final arc, after Kira Yoshikage gains the power to create time loops, a portion of "Great Days" is shown in reverse before continuing as normal.
Golden Wind: Originally a portion of "Traitors' Requiem" showed drops of blood falling onto the ground in time lapse due to King Crimson's power. The endgame version shows this sequence from Diavolo's perspective as he monologues in Italian at a time-skipped Giorno.
From the penultimate episode onward, the opening changes once again. This time, once Diavolo activates King Crimson to skip time, the effect of King Crimson is reverted to zero by the effect of Giorno's Gold Experience Requiem.
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Big Brother does a version of this as well; ejected housemates have a clip of them leaving the house replacing their appearance in the intro.
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Game of Thrones:
The opening sequence is a sweeping flyover of a map of Westeros, complete with Clock Punk-themed cities and castles, changes from episode to episode, depending on where members of the main cast are at any given time and new locations are periodically added to the opening title sequence as the story moves into new regions.
Major changes to locations are accounted for: from season three to season five Winterfell, which has been burned down, billows clouds of smoke,. Season eight introduces many changes including The Wall having a hole in it, the interiors of important locations being shown and major locations being visited in reverse order from previous seasons.
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Go, Diego, Go!: The opening credits change each season to reflect different animals rescued that season.
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Robot Chicken used the same opening for 5 seasons: a Mad Scientist finds the corpse of a chicken who tried to cross the road, but got run over. He revives the dead chicken with robotic enhancements, then straps him to a chair and forces him to watch the show. As the show goes on, this intro has changed...
At the Season 5 finale, the Robot Chicken managed to escape and get his revenge on the Mad Scientist.
The Season 6 intro gas the Robot Chicken get his revenge by doing everything done to him to the Mad Scientist.
The Season 8 intro has the Robot Chicken frozen in the Arctic in the future. He is located by the Mad Scientist's descendant and is revived and stuck in the chair again
The Season 10 intro has the Mad Scientist and Robot Chicken dig up the Nerd's corpse (since he'd killed himself in the Season 9 finale for an Evil Knievel stunt) and revive him for the chair.
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Modern Family's credits were redone in season five to update the children's ages, swap in a new, older actress for Lily, and add Gloria and Jay's new baby Joe. It was done again partway through season seven to update the ages again, as Joe was no longer an infant.
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Idolmaster: Xenoglossia's second opening, after Yukiho Hagiwara is revealed to be The Mole, the shot of her towards the end of the opening is changed from her wearing her school uniform to wearing the outfit she has after The Reveal.
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Knightfall features this quite a bit. The self-titled first arc features the yellow and black classic Batman logo slowly being eclipsed by red and purple until the Azrael-Batman logo's debut on the cover of Batman #500. Knightquest kept the same gold and black Azrael-Batman logo throughout, but KnightsEnd features a shattered Knightquest logo falling away, revealing the classic Batman logo.
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Ninjago: In seasons 1 and 3 the intro changes to match the ninja's new suits. Lloyd's appearance in the intro also changes halfway through Season 2 to match his Plot-Relevant Age-Up.
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Suite Pretty Cure ♪ adds Cure Beat and, like Fresh, remixed the theme.
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They did a similar thing with Kevin Spacey when he played the serial killer in Se7en
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In the second season premiere of Danny Phantom, Danny gets a new "D" logo added to his uniform, and it's subsequently reflected in the show's intro the following episode, lasting to the series finale.
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In Welcome to the Ballroom's closing credits, Tatara is shown dancing on his own in the first four episodes. Starting in episode 5, after he's partnered with Mako, he's shown dancing with her instead.
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As of the episode "Lame and Fortune", the theme song of ''SpongeBob SquarePants has been digitally remastered by simply tracing over the original animation and putting it in a 16:9 format as well as giving the island at the start a CGI look.
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Also, the Japanese opening for Transformers Animated, in which in the first opening, we see Megatron in his Cybertron mode attacking the Autobots with the help of the Starscream clones, while in the second, they now use the second verse of the opening theme song not to mention the fact that the aforementioned animation with Cybertron-mode Megatron and the Starscream clones has been replaced with a new animation showing Megatron in his Earth mode attacking the Autobots with the help of two Soundwaves (the second Soundwave is a different color), two Blackouts (the second Blackout is supposed to represent Grindor), and Swindle.
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Pokémon:
Most late openings and endings of have had updates to reflect any changes to a main character's current team, making this a case of literally evolving credits.
Additionally, high-ranking opponents in later seasons, such as Gym Leaders and the Elite Four, are shown in silhouette until Ash manages to meet and overcome them.
The best example of this was the fourth Advanced Generation opening, Battle Frontier. Each of the Frontier Brains were shadowed in the opening, becoming unshadowed when Ash meets them. This also carried over into the next opening, Spurt!, where the remaining Brains were unshadowed upon appearing. A small gallery of the times the Battle Frontier opening updated its animation can be found here
The "Battle Frontier" opening also updated its animation not to reflect on the current team, but serve as a Dualvertisement for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team, as there is one shot that mimic that game's cover art. This is notable becase the anime rarely promotes spin-offs, if at all.
Best Wishes tops all of them; it features Pikachu running around a black and white field past many Pokemon in silhouette; after those Pokemon are seen in the show, the Pokemon are revealed in the opening.
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The opening credits for Yuri!!! on Ice start off almost entirely monochrome in episode 1. With every episode, though, a few more colour splashes are added, and by the time episode 10 rolls around, the opening credits are almost entirely in full colour.
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The opening to the second season of Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa had clips of some of the second season's new villains spliced in.
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Moldiver replaces the central figure in its credits once it becomes clear in the story who the real hero is.
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s-CRY-ed does this so much that there is perhaps one case of the title sequence being re-used without changes in the whole 26-episode series. (Apart from spoiler-based changes, there is also sepia-fading of deceased characters and 3 different main versions for three different verses of the theme tune depending on which of the main characters had the story focus that episode.) The Special Edition DVD set has the option to watch just the opening sequence of each episode.
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My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: The opening starts out as a relatively simple sequence showing Twilight Sparkle and Spike arriving in Ponyville in a hot air balloon, followed by brief shots of the other five main characters and the cast taking a picture together, which Spike then sends to Princess Celestia. As the series goes on, more details are added to sequence to reference the developments of various seasons and episodes:
The opening is changed in Season 2 episode 3 to include the Cutie Mark Crusaders, Big Macintosh, more background ponies and the Friendship Express train, as well as an additional appearance of Canterlot and the mountains in the background. Later episodes of Season 2 see some minor changes — namely, the color of the train's front carriage changes, and one character walks in the opposite direction.
The opening is changed again in the season 4 premiere; Twilight Sparkle has her wings, Discord is seen peeking out from inside Fluttershy's cottage, Princess Luna is beside her sister Celestia when she receives a letter from Twilight, and the picture of Twilight and her friends enclosed in said letter is seen being taken by Photo Finish and includes Spike, the Cutie Mark Crusaders, Snips and Snails, Mr. and Mrs. Cake, Big Macintosh, Granny Smith, Mayor Mare, and Zecora.
The opening is changed a third time in the season 5 premiere to replace the Golden Oaks Library in the background with the castle Twilight gains in the previous season's finale.
The opening is changed once again in the season 6 premiere to show the Cutie Mark Crusaders with their new cutie marks and add Starlight Glimmer to the crowd shot.
For season 7, Starlight Glimmer no longer looks nervous. Also, the show's logo has been updated with the franchise's new logo.
Season 8 has a completely different opening, featuring (among others) DJ-PON3, the Wonderbolts, Princess Ember, and King Thorax for the first time. Twilight's friends also appear in her castle.
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The opening of Digimon Adventure 02 was altered slightly partway through, switching and editing a couple of scenes to reflect the change in antagonists, Ken's Sixth Ranger Heel–Face Turn and the newfound availability of natural evolution. This was the only time the opening was changed, so it still managed to spoil the existence of both of Imperialdramon's forms...
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Call of Duty changes its menu image as you play farther in the campaign — at the start, it features an M1 Thompson; when you get to the British missions, it instead features a Lee-Enfield; and for the Soviet portion, it features a Mosin-Nagant.
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11/22/63's credits change from episode to episode reflecting interference in the timeline. For the first seven episodes it's fairly subtle, but the eighth episode, after Kennedy's assassination is stopped, has things really different.
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Monster uses what seems to be illustrations from a children's picture book for the first ending theme. These gradually change over the course of the series. The series remix album contains what appears to be a reading of the actual story.
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Person of Interest opens with the how the Machine views the characters including what the public record says on them.
As the Machine evolves those labels begin to change, Finch is clearly marked as 'Admin', Reese as 'Primary Asset', Root as 'Analog Interface'.
When Samaritan wakens and gains control of the NSA feeds the credits reflect what he sees - that the most of the cast are deviants, oh wait they're not.
Finally in the last season has the two Admins begin fighting for control of the opening lines.
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Henry Danger updates its title sequence with new scenes every episode. Henry's introduction is also redubbed to reflect Jace Norman's puberty.
As a strange example of this, Riele Downs and Sean Ryan Fox's positions in the credits are switched around every other episode.
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7th Heaven changed its title sequence to include the actors who appeared in the episode, while also adding new characters into the sequence (when they appeared anyway). These changes occurred almost every episode.
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The credits for NYPD Blue showed Dennis Franz second after the somewhat younger actors (David Caruso and Jimmy Smits) who played his partner. He was moved to first in the lineup when Sipowicz was partnered with detectives played by the considerably younger Rick Schroeder and Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
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Every season of The Mole (except the first possibly) updated the credits each episode. The status of players who had left the game was displayed when their name and picture appeared in the credits.
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Each season of The Wire uses a different version of the theme song, "Way Down in the Hole", and a different montage during the opening credits, which reflect the mood of each season. The montages integrate clips from previous seasons and out-of-context clips that become clear much later on.
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Jet Force Gemini has a title screen that changes as you unlock more characters and levels.
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This is far from the first time Dragon Ball has used this trope. The original opening, Mystical Adventure, changes around the time of Piccolo Daimao, while the ending changes footage four times (the American release only uses one version for each throughout). Z's first theme, Cha-La Head Cha-La changes around the arrival of Vegeta and Nappa, and again at the beginning of the Artificial Humans arc.
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Penguin Musume, a web anime, deserves a mention for having its opening evolve weekly. What started off as simple Flash animation eventually evolved into an opening with actual animation and some pretty nifty battle sequences.
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Steven Universe: Future also reveals its Ending Theme "Being Human" in fifteen second increments that change every three or four episodes. Unlike the previous cases, the name of this song was given in the credits for the first episode.
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The first version of the opening for Puzzle and Dragons X has Ace and Lance doing a Power Walk. The second version includes Sonia, Garnet, and Charo. By Episode 10, Tiger is included.
The new version of the second opening in Episode 33 implies a Darker and Edgier tone.
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Kill la Kill's second opening changed to show the characters' various wardrobe changes.
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The Amazing Race revises its opening titles around the sixth episode in each season. Early on each team has an "in their home environment" shot before a turn-to-the-camera-and/or-the-camera-pans-to-you portraits, both filmed in a single session (Sometimes just the same shot from two angles). In the revised credits each team's first shot is from one of the first episodes. Teams eliminated early are usually shown in their fatal challenges, while the continuing teams at that point team are shown doing other challenges or in transport - occasionally also a Crowning Moment of Funny.
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In SoulBlade, completing the game with all characters in Arcade Mode changes the title screen / main menu from a bland gray screen from a picture lining all characters.
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Fresh Pretty Cure!'s opening added Cure Passion and remixed the theme.
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The first ending to My Bride is a Mermaid consists of a still shot of the characters in a karaoke booth that gradually zooms out. It starts out with only a few characters but gets increasingly crowded as more and more characters are introduced in the series and subsequently added to the mayhem. The ending was also reused for the series' final episode, and added in everyone who had been introduced since the original ending theme had last been used.
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The final season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power had changes to a few scenes in the opening credits, most notably the ending shot with the title. It changed depending on who joined the Rebellion, and who got mind-controlling chips implanted by the Big Bad.
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Battlestar Galactica
Katee Sackhoff's name was removed from the opening credits after her character's death.
Additionally, they update the survivor count in the introduction every episode.
There is also a variant opening with different clips and no survivor count during the New Caprica arc possibly to hide how bad things had really gotten on New Caprica, so the revelation to the characters themselves in show would have more impact, or more simply because the governing president wasn't updating the white board.
The Cylon part of the opening ("The Cylons were created by man...") also evolved over the course of the series. Season 1 used a longer version than the other seasons with lines focusing on Boomer's status as a "sleeper agent." Season 4 changed to a whole new wording focusing on the Final Five (which also evolved as the other characters learned their identities). The Plan went back to the original wording, but it was done as a voiceover by the various Cylon characters. They also updated the footage in each season to reflect which Cylons were known to the audience.
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ER had its opening credits changed to reflect its ever-evolving main cast. Whenever a main cast member joined or left the series, the opening credits would be amended to include or remove them.
Season 2 saw the theme music extended by five seconds to accomodate the extra cast. However, the music was never extended again, despite the number of cast in the opening increasing from seven in Season 2 to thirteen in Season 6.
The constant changes resulted in there being an incredible thirty-three distinct variations of the opening credits. Both Seasons 6 and 8 alone had six variations each just within the season.
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Power Rangers RPM is a strange case. The initial opening only showed four of the rangers, but mentioned important characters or actors. They even showed Tanaya 7, who wouldn't appear for several episodes to begin with. This was then changed to showing Milo Cawthorne as Ziggy, the Green Ranger, when he officially joined the team and, changed again later, a clip of Olivia Tennet portraying Doctor K, once revealed.
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The opening of Tokurei Sochi Dantai Stella Jogakuin Koutou-ka C³-bu changes a few episodes in to reflect Yura's Important Haircut and her new, more outgoing personality.
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Little Busters!: Near the beginning of the first set of credits, there's a shot of each of the childhood friends standing together. In episode 15, after the last main character finally joins the Little Busters for real, the shot is changed to one of all of the characters standing together. Also, while the original credits were pretty upbeat, the new credits add in some darker shots of Kud and Haruka looking sad, reflecting the way the story starts off seeming bright and happy and then slowly goes downhill.
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Survivor
In the Guatemala season, two extra contestants (returning from the previous season) were added to the opening after being introduced post-opening in the first episode. The China season was the first of several to change its titles post-merge to show who was still competing and who was on the jury. Micronesia had eliminated contestants being removed from the opening, along with implementing the China-style post-merge titles.
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Breakout Kings: After Charlie's death Ray is alone and his badge now sports the black band used for mourning a fallen officer.
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Arc 5 of Ben 10: Omniverse (also called "Galactic Monsters") have aliens of the opening changed to be more Halloween-themed. For example, Heatblast is replaced with Whampire and Four Arms' place is taken by Gutrot. The theme song also has two variants (a rock version and a more techno-infused version) that are swapped between every so often, with the aforementioned Arc 5 using a dark cabaret variant.
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Both season of WORKING!! have characters added to the opening during the episode they appear in. For the first season, it was just Yamada, but for the second season Haruna, Youhei and Mizuki Mashiba and Kirio are all added to the opening by the seventh episode.
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Karin's opening avoids this by having a character who hasn't been introduced yet be seen only in a silhouette until after their first full episode as part of the cast, although their rather unique form makes it hard not to guess who it is when they first appear...
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The second season of Pound Puppies (2010) had the intro re-animated to better match the animation style that began when DHX Media Vancouver took over from 9 Story a few episodes in. Rebound, Cupcake, and Patches were even added in (the latter being an Early-Bird Cameo).
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The opening of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba features the nine members of the Hashira. For the first couple of episodes, only Giyu Tomioka is visible (since he appears in the first episode) while the other 8 members are shrouded in shadow. Once each of them make their first full appearances in future episodes, the opening updates by making them fully visible alongside Tomioka.
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Magical Girl Raising Project: Swim Swim's silhouette is initially pure black instead for her eyes in the opening for the first episode of the anime, gradually revealing her features and attire more clearly as the series goes on.
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South Park: Kenny's (muffled) line in the opening theme changes every few seasons. As for the opening itself...
The first four seasons gradually added new characters, objects, and events to the opening over course of the seasons.
Eventually they switched to a new opening consisting of clips from the series and a group shot at the end that was updated every season.
The broadcast version of South Park continues the addition of characters to its opening for each episode long after the Comedy Central version had stopped doing so. This resulted in an absolutely chaotic-looking opening as the show reached and exceeded its 200th episode.
Season 17 completely changed the intro again, to a 3D computer animated one imitating a 3D version of the show's cardboard style. The opening started with the main characters stepping on the school bus and followed them on the way to school, panning over reoccurring places and characters on the way.
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The Second opening of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's changes in episode 48, to reflect Aki and Jack's designated Signer opponents and Ruka recieving Ancient Fairy Dragon.
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ED example: Gainax anime Petite Princess Yucie changes scenes of the ending sequence to showcase the full cast of all the candidate girls finally revealed, also changing the lyrics a bit. It reverted back to the original sequence with Yucie solo in a very particular episode foreshadowing Yucie's memories becoming lost in the final episode as the girls wish to cease existence, leaving her alone, for her sake. Of course, they all get better in the end thanks to the magical Sparkling Stream of Tears and The Power of Friendship.
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Likewise, Secret Empire features the shield the HYDRA version of Captain America used since Captain America: Steve Rogers evolve into a HYDRA version of itself before shattering and giving away to the true Captain America shield.
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For the second season intro of Ducktales 2017, Gizmoduck now appears accidentally shooting off a laser (replacing the giant version of Lil' Bulb), while Magica DeSpell is added to the group of villains near the end, replacing one of the Beagle Boys. The third season inserts Della into a number of scenes, interacting with the family and Launchpad.
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In Angry Birds, after a bird has made its first appearance, it will be seen leaping across the title screen. Upon completing an episode, an item related to the episode will be flying across the title screen as well. If you get all stars in an episode, its respective item will adopt a star motif. Finally, the background of the title screen will change depending on which level you last played (if it is a level from "The Big Setup", however, the construction background won't appear).
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The credits for Grim Trigger change with every arc.
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DARLING in the FRANXX:
Futoshi and Mitsuru swap their positions in the opening sequence from Episode 12 to Episode 14 to reflect them swapping their partners in the previous episode.
While a new animated sequence is used for the OP from Episode 16 onwards, "KISS OF DEATH" is still used as the OP song. Much like Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, though, this opening sequence uses the second verse and chorus instead of the first verse and chorus.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer did not add Michelle Trachtenberg to the opening credits until the second episode of the fifth season to so as not to completely spoil her surprise appearance at the end of the premiere (though she is still credited as a guest star).
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A few things in The World is Still Beautiful's opening changes as episodes progress:
It initially just features Nike wandering around a seemingly empty royal palace. Each episode after that adds more people to the opening — starting with Livius and Neil — after the episode they're introduced.
Starting from Episode 4, Nike wears one of her frilly princess dresses instead of her usual casual pink dress, probably to indicate she's grown accustomed to her new home.
After Bardouin becomes a fixed character, he is also added in the scene where Livius has his Glowing Eyes Of Doom, to indicate he too also became a bit more cynical after Sheila's death and the war.
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Digimon Tamers and Digimon Savers feature these by unshadowing the higher level Digimon (and in the case of the latter two, unshadowing the Sixth Rangers) as the series progressed.
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The third-to-last shot of Space Patrol Luluco's opening changes between seasons (read: every three episodes). In first season it's just Luluco. The second season adds Midori and Nova. The third season has all three of them in their uniforms. The fourth season adds Lalaco standing on some junk and Hisho wheeling around Over Justice, with Luluco removed entirely for episode 11. Each season also changes the color of the text and the speed lines (Red → Green → Blue → Yellow ).
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Very common in the Pretty Cure franchise:
The second half of Futari wa Pretty Cure had the ending changed to feature the new Quirky Miniboss Squad instead of the old one and to include Pollun along with Mipple and Mepple.
Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star's opening changed to include Cure Bright and Cure Windy.
Yes! Pretty Cure 5 added Milk and her upgrades after they appeared.
Fresh Pretty Cure!'s opening added Cure Passion and remixed the theme.
Heartcatch Pretty Cure had three openings, the second adding Cure Sunshine and the third added not just Cure Moonlight, but Coupe in the battle scene as well.
Suite Pretty Cure ♪ adds Cure Beat and, like Fresh, remixed the theme.
Go! Princess Pretty Cure has some element of the opening changed or updated nearly every episode to reflect previous events. The halfway point has the most noticeable overhaul, with the addition of Cure Scarlet and the switch to the song's second verse.
Maho Girls PreCure adds Cure Felice and, again, remixes the theme.
Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode opening adds Cure Parfait.
Hugtto! Pretty Cure adds Cure Amour and Cure Machiere. In addition, as virtually all of the villains except Listol have undergone a Heel–Face Turn by the halfway point, they are replaced by another group of villains.
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The opening titles to the first episode of The Worst Witch did not feature Mildred and her friends. Instead we saw the shots we usually see of all of the other witches (as well as one of a witch descending in front of the gate which didn't end up in the proper opening). The school song (used as the show's opening theme) was also not played and instead an instrumental BGM was. It was from the second episode onward we saw Mildred and her friends (bar Enid, who wasn't added until after her debut episode) flying on broomsticks and the school song was used as the opening theme.
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In K-On!, upon the addition of Azusa to the Light Music Club, she is super-imposed into several scenes, as well as her very own character introduction, in the OP. Yet strangely, the keyword here is 'several', since she doesn't appear together with the other 4 club members in all the scenes where all the other 4 club members are present. Also, the opening theme song is modified slightly, with additional guitar bits and one more backing vocal mixed in.
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End credits in Wolf's Rain have a white wolf running through landscape that changes slightly with each episode. The last one is particularly interesting.
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The intros for the Miitopia series had Jimmy Whetzel as a guest, but for some reason the series had the two-player intro despite Holly also playing with them, so the intro pauses in a faux-VHS way as she's introduced. When Matt joins in from episode 9, he pops up at the end of the intro to introduce himself. Holly's and Matt's intros are also different for each episode.
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Angel Beats!
The ending credits evolve with changes in the cast or relations among the characters, such as the removal of characters who move on, or a character who was revealed in that episode to be buff going shirtless in the credits.
The opening credits evolve as well. Like the ending credits, characters are added or subtracted from the opening as they are introduced to the cast, or they move on. Both the opening and ending of the final episode credits include ALL of the characters, even those who moved on very early in the series.
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The cards displayed in the endings of Is the Order a Rabbit? anime vary slightly, and adds more girls as they're introduced in the show.
In episodes 8 and 9, it switches from blue to red cards about halfway through, and displays multiple cards at once instead of one at a time. Additionally, at the end of 8, instead of Chino's father and Tippy at the end, it's Aoyama and Tippy. He doesn't say anything, and instead just turns around and notices it's not his son.
In episode 10, it reverts back to the original ending, though it doesn't always shows face cards initially. A couple of cards then drop on top of it until one of the correct cards is seen, then the rotation begins again, until a set of Royal Straight Flush with two Jokers (containing all girls) is completed. Chino also pops up at the next episode preview when Tippy mentions wanting a quiet Christmas to announce they were throwing a Christmas party next episode.
During episode 11's ending, the red and blue cards are shown simultaneously, along with the face of the cards on a third deck. After a short while only one card is seen, and it rotates between the face cards with the various girls on them. Additionally the background is Christmas-themed and switches images occasionally.
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When Family Guy switched to HD in their ninth season, the opening sequence was reanimated to match the updated animation style. Also, the random extras in the chorus line were replaced by recurring characters.
Parodied in "He's Bla-ack!" with the official return of Cleveland Brown to Quahog following the cancellation of his spin-off. He stops the opening and replaces the poor Mort Goldman in the chorus line.
Donna replaces Jillian in "The Peter Principal".
In the middle of season 17, Consuela replaces Angela, as she was written off the show due to her voice actress's death. Starting with season 18, Seamus replaces Mayor Adam West for similar reasons.
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Amphibia's second season replaces the shot of a photo featuring Anne, Sasha, and Marcie with one of Anne and Sasha fighting on a bridge while the image of a hooded Marcie holding the jeweled box looms over them.
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After you reach a certain point in its sequel Bravely Second, the subtitle "End Layer" is changed to read Send Player.
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School-Live! changes twice. Episode 8 makes it less of a case of Bait-and-Switch Credits by adding zombies into certain scenes. It also puts Tamomaru on a leash in a certain scene, changes Kei in the intro, changes the photographs shown at the end, changes the background when Yuki is running to show everything is run-down, changes the color of the sky to a darker tone in several sceneshas some transition changes, and removes Megu-nee from the intro after The Reveal that she has been Dead All Along along with putting a grave where she normally is. Episode 10 changes it further. Taromaru has been almost entirely removed from the intro as he is now a zombie and at the logo he is the only one walking very slowly and uncharacteristically unexcitable at that. Megu-nee's scene is changed again to show her as a zombie.
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In Witchcraft Works, as new characters are introduced, they get added to the scenery that strolls past about halfway through the song. Some of them join the Tower witches, while others join the Workshop witches group, depending on their affiliation.
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Shimmer and Shine's theme song was updated slightly after the first episode to include clips from various episodes of Season 1. Season 2 redoes the theme and sequence entirely to reflect the story shifting to Zahramay Falls and the animation having Shifted to CGI, and rewords some of the lyrics. The theme changes again in the third and fourth seasons to reflect the themes for Rainbow Zahramay and Zahramay Skies, respectively.
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In the first season of Nisekoi, Tsugumi and Marika are only shown in silhouette (though their hair decorations are detailed) in the opening until their introduction. The pan of the main cast across a starry field also adds more characters as they're introduced.
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The opening credits for the pilot episode of Charmed did show the sisters casting a spell, but not their individual powers. Plus, the title sequence was altered regularly to only show actors who appear in the episode.
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In Chivalry of a Failed Knight, one shot in the opening sequence changes to foreshadow Ikki's next big fight every four episodes. Additionally, after Ikki and Stella become a couple in episode 4, a shot that originally has the two slide past each other reverses to have them come to face each other instead.
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In Dead Space 2 the further the player's progress in the main single-player mode is, the more pieces of the Black Marker congregate and take shape in the main menu. Completion of the game results in a fully assembled Black Marker drifting aloft the menu.
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The end credits of Aldnoah.Zero Season 2 end with a shot of Princess Asseylum lying comatose in a suspended animation tank. After she wakes up in Episode 7, the shot is changed to show her waking up, followed by the now-empty stasis tank.
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The title screen for Katawa Shoujo is initially blank but for the menu and the title. However, in every character's route, there is sketch that marks the opening of a new act, and the sketches slowly fill the title screen.
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Special recognition goes to the Galaxy Force series, which in addition to constantly evolving opening credits as new characters get added to the cast also features evolving end credits throughout the series. The first half frames clips from the episode just shown as flashbacks of one of the main characters, while the second half shows all the cast with characters who have yet to show up shown in silhouette only.
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The Hunger Games Mockingjay: Part One has an evolving Blu-ray menu. The video behind the main menu is a piece of propaganda from President Snow, but once the film has finished it's replaced with the resistance's video of Katniss' "If we burn, you burn with us" speech.
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Code Lyoko starts Season 1 off with introducing the characters during the song and showing a purple background. Seasons 2-3 had clips of Seasons 1-2. Then Season 4 had clips of Seasons 3-4.
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Babylon 5: The second season modified its opening after the third episode once a surprise is revealed. It also constantly updated its credit captions throughout the run to reflect change in character status, such as promotions. Unfortunately, the DVD release of the second season did not maintain these changes, and thus a new viewer could be spoiled if watching the opening credits on the first two episodes. They also did a variant credit sequence for the episode "The Corps Is Mother, The Corps Is Father", reflecting the episode's focus on Psi Corps.
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While Yu Yu Hakusho keeps the same song for the entire run, the Japanese version changes at some point during the Chapter Black saga, and instead of showing Yusuke and his companions fighting random demons, shows shots of them fighting Sensui, some of their new powers (Kurama's yoko form, Kuwabara's Jigentoh, and Hiei's Dragon of the Darkness Flame), and a few new characters, but this opening isn't shown in the English version of the show. The opening changes slightly for the Three Kings Saga in both versions, as it shows Yusuke falling out of Raizen's tower, Yomi and Mukuro, and some of the former Dark Tournament contestants.
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Midnight Caller replaced Wendy Kilbourne with Lisa Eilbacher early in the third season.
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Wild ARMs
In Wild Arms 2, 3 and 4, whenever you load from a save it plays an opening credit sequence, and in Wild Arms 3 whenever you save and quit it plays a closing sequence. The sequences change based on how far in the game you've gotten so far.
The original and Alter Code F have one generic clip used throughout the game. Wild ARMs 2 and 4 have two different clips, which generally appear halfway through the game (on the second disk in the case of 2). Wild ARMs 3 goes mad with this though, having no fewer than five variations of the opening credits, not counting the different songs which also play in the background which evolve independently of the video footage. Though to be fair the versions were mostly the same, all that changed was a bit in the middle that showed the current villains for that point in the game.
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In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, once you reach Part 3, where Ike and the Greil Mercenaries are introduced, several scenes featuring them are added to the opening movie.
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Sailor Moon
A classic example is the original anime, where the early opening only showed three Senshi (before the other two were introduced). The original Japanese edition even had two subtypes of that first opening: before Sailor Mercury was introduced, it had minor differences like the color of the inside of Tuxedo's cape and the three Senshi not removing the veils. From episode 27 onwards a completely different opening was used, now including all five girls, as well as a completely different ending, complete with a new theme.
Sailor Moon R did the complete opening replacement as well, introducing Chibiusa and the Black Moon Clan halfway through. (Interestingly, the two openings do not correspond to the two story arcs of the season in terms of timing, the switch occurs way after Chibiusa's initial appearance.)
Sailor Moon S, SuperS and Stars do a less radical version of this trope, only altering part of the same opening sequence to introduce new characters. S pulled off three versions of the credits, first introducing Uranus and Neptune after they stopped hiding, and later adding Chibimoon, Hotaru and Super Sailor Moon. SuperS replaced the Amazon Trio with the Amazones' Quartet once the latter group took over the task. Stars showed Sailor Starlights as silhouettes until the end of the first arc, which focused on wrapping up the plot of SuperS; along with Starlights, the second version of the opening introduces Galaxia.
Sadly, the Geneon uncut DVD release of S and SuperS ignores this and uses the final versions of the opening sequences from the start, spoiling future characters' appearances. Stars was spared due to never getting an official release.
Sailor Moon Crystal's intro changed slightly starting with Episode 15, to reflect the new Black Moon arc. The Dark Kingdom members were replaced with the Black Moon members, and a shot of Queen Serenity in the Moon Castle was replaced with shots of Chibi-Usa and Sailor Pluto.
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Outlaw Star has a subtle change starting with episode 18: The shot of the three female leads on a bed, instead of having them all facing different directions, shows Aisha and Suzuka holding Melfina, who's looking at the camera and smiling.
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Linkara's other series, History of Power Rangers has received updated opening titles to add the Samurai and Megaforce teams after both seasons began airing.
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The many Japanese Transformers shows are fond of this trend, updating whenever new characters are shown in the series, and typically having at least two opening videos per series.
Special recognition goes to the Galaxy Force series, which in addition to constantly evolving opening credits as new characters get added to the cast also features evolving end credits throughout the series. The first half frames clips from the episode just shown as flashbacks of one of the main characters, while the second half shows all the cast with characters who have yet to show up shown in silhouette only.
Also, the Japanese opening for Transformers Animated, in which in the first opening, we see Megatron in his Cybertron mode attacking the Autobots with the help of the Starscream clones, while in the second, they now use the second verse of the opening theme song not to mention the fact that the aforementioned animation with Cybertron-mode Megatron and the Starscream clones has been replaced with a new animation showing Megatron in his Earth mode attacking the Autobots with the help of two Soundwaves (the second Soundwave is a different color), two Blackouts (the second Blackout is supposed to represent Grindor), and Swindle.
They're basically a reversal of the usual intent of this trope. Instead of revealing characters one by one, characters who won't be seen for a very long time appear, and some one-shot characters are given screentime to make you think they were as important as Prime himself. Both openings are a thing of beauty, with catchy songs, but they're on crack when held up against the actual events of the show.
Just to go into the already-mentioned examples: the black-and-red Soundwave represents the real Soundwave's virtual world avatar, not another character. Also, Grindor is not in TFA at all note Okay, long after the fact, a Grinder (with an E) who is colored nothing like Blackout (unlike Blackout's 100% identical twin in the opening) does appear in a card game. and the two Blackouts are perfectly identical (unlike movie Grindor, a blue-gray repaint of movie Blackout) so he is a second Blackout, not Grindor. In the actual show, Blackout appears for all of 20 seconds in the opening scenes of the third season premiere. He gets one line. He doesn't even appear in the virtual world alongside most of the rest of his team. Also, Swindle is a solo operator who'll sell arms to anyone, and is only considered a Decepticon because his toy's gotta be sold as something, and he sure ain't no Autobot, and makes little sense as someone to have alongside Megs. This is by no means the full extent.
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Kamen Rider Decade evolved in two different ways: first, clips of Diend are added after his introduction, second, the opening narration is slightly changed when it becomes apparent that more worlds beyond the Heisei era Riders' will be visited.
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Gravity Falls:
There is backwards whispering heard at the end of the theme song, with said whispering being a backmasked message that usually reveals how to solve that episode's closing credits cryptogram. One exception is the episode "Not What He Seems", which changes the message to say the titular phrase.
From the episode "A Tale of Two Stans" onwards, the photo of the pterodactyl from the episode "The Land Before Swine" is replaced with that of the Author holding Journal 3.
The three-part season finale has the entire opening sequence changed to prominently display Bill Cipher and his "liberation" of Gravity Falls, with Dipper, Mabel, and Stan's segments replaced until the final part. While the first two parts replace the whisper with Bill's declaration that he's watching us, the final episode instead has the original voice saying "Goodbye, Gravity Falls."
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The first scene in the opening sequence of Super Smash Bros.. Brawl (both the quick pass by the group and the shot of them standing on the cliff) gets increasingly filled with secret characters as they get unlocked. This is carried over from the N64 game, where the final scene before the title screen is the silhouettes of the secret characters, that are revealed as they are unlocked. The 3DS game opens with a line-up of all the playable characters, again excluding ones that haven't been revealed or purchased.
Also, when the Isle of the Ancients is destroyed during the plot, it is replaced on the title screen with a large glowing X in the distance.
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Sailor Moon Crystal's intro changed slightly starting with Episode 15, to reflect the new Black Moon arc. The Dark Kingdom members were replaced with the Black Moon members, and a shot of Queen Serenity in the Moon Castle was replaced with shots of Chibi-Usa and Sailor Pluto.
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Evolving Credits
 Wii Sports (Video Game) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Video Game) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Ao no Kanata Four Rhythm (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Chaos;Child (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Dangan Ronpa (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 ef - a fairy tale of the two. (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Higurashi: When They Cry (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Katawa Shoujo (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Monika Before Story (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Umineko: When They Cry (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Virtue's Last Reward (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Yumina The Ethereal (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Zero Time Dilemma (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 gen:LOCK (Web Animation) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Nyan~ Neko Sugar Girls (Web Animation) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 X-Ray & Vav (Web Animation) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Aventures (Web Video) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Critical Role (Web Video) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 History of Power Rangers (Web Video) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 STAR_ (Web Video) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 SomecallmeJohnny (Web Video) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 The Ten Doctors (Web Video) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Cucumber Quest (Webcomic) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Grim Trigger (Webcomic) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Arthur / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Big Hero 6: The Series / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Blinky Bill / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Blue's Clues / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Bob's Burgers / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Bubble Guppies / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 DuckTales (2017) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Harvey Beaks / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Kaijudo / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 MAD / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Mickey Mouse Clubhouse / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Ninjago / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Robot Chicken / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Rusty Rivets / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 She-Ra and the Princesses of Power / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Star vs. the Forces of Evil / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Static Shock / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Street Sharks / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Superman Theatrical Cartoons / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 The BOTS Master / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 The Backyardigans / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 The Boondocks / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 The Flintstones / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 The Spectacular Spider-Man / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Trollhunters / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 W.I.T.C.H. / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Winx Club / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Xavier: Renegade Angel / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Digimon Xros Wars / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Girls und Panzer / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Gundam Build Fighters Try / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Infinite Ryvius / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Kiddy Grade / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Plastic Memories / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Star Driver / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Castle Town Dandelion (Manga) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple (Manga) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 CLANNAD (Visual Novel) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Llamas with Hats (Web Animation) / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 Alvin and the Chipmunks / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits