History Anime / AshitaNoNadja

29th Dec '16 10:34:17 PM Wuz
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* AnimationBump: Episode 26 is very noticeably different from the other episodes in the series. It is more serious in tone, contains higher quality animation and the gorgeous use of high-contrast backgrounds. This is due to the fact that it is directed by Mamoru Hosoda.

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* AnimationBump: Episode 26 is very noticeably different from the other episodes in the series. It is more serious in tone, contains higher quality animation and the gorgeous use of high-contrast backgrounds. This is due to the fact that it is directed by Mamoru Hosoda.Creator/MamoruHosoda.
28th Dec '16 9:38:14 AM nombretomado
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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaptation started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each. Was aired once in a while in Latin America CartoonNetwork and is occasionally seen in local Latin American cable stations.

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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaptation started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each. Was aired once in a while in Latin America CartoonNetwork Creator/CartoonNetwork and is occasionally seen in local Latin American cable stations.
29th Nov '16 5:37:21 AM GlitteringFlowers
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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaptation started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each. Was once aired in Latin America CartoonNetwork

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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaptation started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each. Was once aired once in a while in Latin America CartoonNetworkCartoonNetwork and is occasionally seen in local Latin American cable stations.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Nadja loves Francis, but also is attracted to [[spoiler: his twin brother Keith]] because of this.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Nadja loves Francis, Francis [[SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan because he helps her out]], but also is attracted to [[spoiler: his twin brother Keith]] because of this.



* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: As Nadja and Black Rose [[spoiler: aka Keith]] get more ShipTease and Nadja learns that he's more of a StepfordSnarker than a simple HandsomeDevil, they evolve into this.
** Nadja also turns out to have such a relationship with [[spoiler: Keith's brother Francis]], after [[spoiler: Francis is revealed to have ''severe'' emotional/mental problems.]]



** [[spoiler: When Keith finds out about Nadja choosing Francis, he berates brother his twin for "wanting to keep a free spirit like Nadja in a GildedCage" in his opinion. Well, Keith... who are '''''you''''' to single-handedly decide that Nadja will undoubtly be unhappy with the guy she has chosen - ''[[GreenEyedMonster a guy who is not you]]''? At least '''ask''' Nadja about it instead of treating her like your property.]]

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** [[spoiler: When Keith finds out about Nadja choosing Francis, he berates brother his twin for "wanting to keep a free spirit like Nadja in a GildedCage" in his opinion. Well, Keith... who are '''''you''''' does '''''Keith''''' think he is to single-handedly decide that Nadja will undoubtly be unhappy with the guy she has chosen - ''[[GreenEyedMonster a guy who is not you]]''? him]]''? At least he should '''ask''' Nadja about it instead of [[EntitledToHaveYou treating her like your property.his property]].]]
10th Nov '16 9:09:16 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* DeconstructedTrope: For such an idealistic series, it brings a ''massive'' deconstruction of tropes like GreaterNeedThanMine, ShelteredAristocrat, PrincelyYoungMan and WideEyedIdealist through Nadja's love interest Francis Harcourt. [[spoiler: Because when he sees that his philanthropy is ''not'' enough to make the world better, his [[MartyrWithoutACause huge]] [[StepfordSmiler hidden]] [[HeroicSelfDeprecation problems]] [[HiddenDepths come to the surface]], and not only he gets called out for his naivete and lack of self-worth ''by some of the people that he's attempting to help''... but at the end of the series he crosses the DespairEventHorizon, and both Keith and Nadja have to work ''damn'' hard to bring Francis back to stability.]]

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* DeconstructedTrope: For such an idealistic series, series it brings a ''massive'' deconstruction of examines several tropes like such as GreaterNeedThanMine, ShelteredAristocrat, PrincelyYoungMan and WideEyedIdealist through Nadja's love interest Francis Harcourt. [[spoiler: Because when he sees that his philanthropy is ''not'' enough to make the world better, his [[MartyrWithoutACause huge]] [[StepfordSmiler hidden]] [[HeroicSelfDeprecation problems]] [[HiddenDepths come to the surface]], and not only he gets called out for his naivete and lack of self-worth ''by some of the people that he's attempting to help''... but at the end of the series he crosses the DespairEventHorizon, and both Keith and Nadja have to work ''damn'' hard to bring Francis back to stability.]]



* MartyrWithoutACause: [[spoiler: Francis, as time goes on and his PrincelyYoungMan archetype is deconstructed more and more.]]
* TheMasochismTango: Jose and Carmen. OUCH.

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* MartyrWithoutACause: [[spoiler: Francis, as time goes on and his PrincelyYoungMan archetype is deconstructed more and more.on .]]
* TheMasochismTango: Jose and Carmen. OUCH.



* TheOjou: Marianne, Julietta, Colette. The trope itself is discussed, explored, and arguably deconstructed.

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* TheOjou: Marianne, Julietta, Colette. The trope itself is discussed, explored, discussed and arguably deconstructed.explored.



* PrincelyYoungMan: Cruelly deconstructed with poor Francis.

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* PrincelyYoungMan: Cruelly deconstructed PrincelyYoungMan: with poor Francis.



* {{Shoujo}}: To the core. TO THE ABSOLUTE CORE!

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* {{Shoujo}}: To the core. TO THE ABSOLUTE CORE!
31st Oct '16 9:47:08 PM chizo
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* {{Expy}}: Black Rose is one for [[Manga/SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]]
3rd Apr '16 10:15:03 PM ProfessorDetective
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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaptation started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each.
Was once aired in Latin America CartoonNetwork

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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaptation started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each.
each. Was once aired in Latin America CartoonNetwork



* AdultFear: [[spoiler: Colette Preminger]] experiences a terrible dose of this when she [[spoiler: wakes up from an illness-induced coma]], only to be told [[spoiler: by her retainers]] that [[spoiler: her baby daughter Nadja had died of the same sickness that almost killed Colette herself. (Complete with a heartbreaking scene where Colette rushes to Nadja's wooden crib and finds it empty, collapsing in tears). In reality, Nadja had been sent away to an English orphanage to trick Colette into coming back home to her clan. And both mother and daughter only learn of the whole deal ''thirteen years later''.]]

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* AdultFear: [[spoiler: Colette Collette Preminger]] experiences a terrible dose of this when she [[spoiler: wakes up from an illness-induced coma]], only to be told [[spoiler: by her retainers]] that [[spoiler: her baby daughter Nadja had died of the same sickness that almost killed Colette herself. (Complete with a heartbreaking scene where Colette rushes to Nadja's wooden crib and finds it empty, collapsing in tears). In reality, Nadja had been sent away to an English orphanage to trick Colette into coming back home to her clan. And both mother and daughter only learn of the whole deal ''thirteen years later''.]]



* BreakTheCutie: Colette was ''very'' broken at some point. Nadja gets broken later, as well. And Rosemary gets so broken that she [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope jumps off the slippery slope.]]

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* BreakTheCutie: Colette was ''very'' broken at some point. Nadja gets broken later, as well. And Rosemary gets so broken that she [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope jumps jumped off the slippery slope.]]



* MouthyKid: TJ Livingston, Fernando Gonzales

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* MouthyKid: TJ Livingston, Fernando GonzalesGonzalez



* RichBitch: Fernando's aunt, oh so much. Subverted with Marianne, who is [[BrutalHonesty blunt and selfish]] but doesn't use her riches to make self look better than she is; she's more of a LovableAlphaBitch.

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* RichBitch: Fernando's aunt, oh so much. Subverted with Marianne, who is [[BrutalHonesty blunt and selfish]] but doesn't use her riches to make self herself look better than she is; she's more of a LovableAlphaBitch.
25th Jul '15 7:44:08 AM ShiroAkuma
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25th Jul '15 7:43:34 AM ShiroAkuma
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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaption started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each.

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''Ashita no Nadja'' (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja") also had a manga adaption adaptation started after the anime run started and before the anime run ended. It was serialized by Kodansha in the manga magazine Nakayoshi and collected in two bound volumes. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation right after the [[Anime/OjamajoDoremi end of one]] CashCowFranchise, and before the [[Anime/PrettyCure beginning of another.]] It premiered in Japan on the anime satellite television network Animax and the terrestrial TV Asahi network, as well as several local cable channels. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each.
12th Jul '15 2:49:58 PM Millenia
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But before Nadja can digest all the news, two Bad Men come up to steal her things. Specially, Nadja's [[OrphansPlotTrinket medallion]], which seems to be connected with her past. After being rescued by a MysteriousProtector and a fire almost destroys the Applefield Orphanage, Nadja stuffs her belonging in her suitcase and leaves to not bring them moure trouble. Soon she crosses paths with the itinerant circus known as the Dandelion Troupe, joins their ranks as a dancer, and takes off with them to search for her mother, her past, and answers to her questions.

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But before Nadja can digest all the news, two Bad Men come up to steal her things. Specially, Nadja's [[OrphansPlotTrinket medallion]], which seems to be connected with her past. After being rescued by a MysteriousProtector and a fire almost destroys the Applefield Orphanage, Nadja stuffs her belonging in her suitcase and leaves to not bring them moure more trouble. Soon she crosses paths with the itinerant circus known as the Dandelion Troupe, joins their ranks as a dancer, and takes off with them to search for her mother, her past, and answers to her questions.
29th Jun '15 1:53:41 PM wootzits
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* SceneryPorn: Some episodes are really good at showing off Europe. Special mention for episode 26, set in Granada, Spain.
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