History Anime / BraveSeries

6th Jun '17 2:49:31 AM shuniya
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* CaptainErsatz: Going back to their previous series, many shows tend to feature intelligent robots who could easily fit into the Franchise/{{Transformers}}.

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* CaptainErsatz: Going back to their previous series, many shows tend to feature intelligent robots who could easily fit into pay homage towards the Franchise/{{Transformers}}.Franchise/{{Transformers}} franchise.
5th Jun '17 3:41:30 AM SAMAS
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* CaptainErsatz: Going back to their previous series, many shows tend to feature intelligent robots who could easily fit into the Franchise/{{Transformers}}.
22nd Apr '17 5:34:59 PM nombretomado
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The ''Brave Series'' (or ''Yuusha Series'') is a toy and [[{{Anime}} animation]] franchise formed after toy company Takara had ended the animated "''[[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Generation 1]]''" storyline of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' in Japan. Following a decline in the series' popularity that led to the cancellation of the OVA series ''Manga/TransformersZone'', Takara struck a cooperative deal with the animation studio {{Sunrise}} (known for the ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' series) to develop a new franchise and set of toy lines. This would lead to the development of the ''Brave Series'', a landmark SuperRobot series in the 1990s.

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The ''Brave Series'' (or ''Yuusha Series'') is a toy and [[{{Anime}} animation]] franchise formed after toy company Takara had ended the animated "''[[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Generation 1]]''" storyline of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' in Japan. Following a decline in the series' popularity that led to the cancellation of the OVA series ''Manga/TransformersZone'', Takara struck a cooperative deal with the animation studio {{Sunrise}} Creator/{{Sunrise}} (known for the ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' series) to develop a new franchise and set of toy lines. This would lead to the development of the ''Brave Series'', a landmark SuperRobot series in the 1990s.
16th Apr '17 6:13:52 AM shuniya
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* Creator/NobuyukiHiyama: The only voice actor to be cast as [[TheProtagonist Principal Actor]] more than once throughout the franchise[[note]]Might Senpuuji of ''Might Gaine'' and Guy Shishioh of ''[=GaoGaiGar=]''[[/note]], earning him the reputation of TheHero; and ultimately became [[FaceOfTheBand the person representing the franchise as a whole]] for the franchise's various anniversary events.

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* Creator/NobuyukiHiyama: The only voice actor to be cast as [[TheProtagonist Principal Actor]] more than once throughout the franchise[[note]]Might franchise, [[note]]Might Senpuuji of ''Might Gaine'' and Guy Shishioh of ''[=GaoGaiGar=]''[[/note]], ''[=GaoGaiGar=]''.[[/note]] earning him the reputation of TheHero; and ultimately became [[FaceOfTheBand the person representing the franchise as a whole]] for the franchise's various anniversary events.
16th Apr '17 3:41:50 AM Kadorhal
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* Creator/NobuyukiHiyama: The only voice actor to be cast as [[TheProtagonist Principal Actor]] more than once throughout the franchise, earning him the reputation of TheHero; and ultimately became [[FaceOfTheBand the person representing the franchise as a whole]] for the franchise's various anniversary events.

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* Creator/NobuyukiHiyama: The only voice actor to be cast as [[TheProtagonist Principal Actor]] more than once throughout the franchise, franchise[[note]]Might Senpuuji of ''Might Gaine'' and Guy Shishioh of ''[=GaoGaiGar=]''[[/note]], earning him the reputation of TheHero; and ultimately became [[FaceOfTheBand the person representing the franchise as a whole]] for the franchise's various anniversary events.



* {{BFS}}: The standard FinishingMove weapon. Averted for [[Anime/GaoGaiGar Gaogaigar]], who uses a [[DropTheHammer hammer]].

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* {{BFS}}: The standard FinishingMove weapon. Averted for [[Anime/GaoGaiGar Gaogaigar]], [=GaoGaiGar=], who uses a [[DropTheHammer hammer]].



* CentralTheme: [[WordOfGod Director Shinji Takamatsu]] laid out the formula to input one solid theme aside from "Bravery" for each of his works: Check trivia for more details on the subject matter.

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* CentralTheme: [[WordOfGod Director Shinji Takamatsu]] laid out the formula to input one solid theme aside from "Bravery" for each of his works: Check trivia for more details on the subject matter.



* ColorMotif: All major [[TheProtagonist protagonists]] and [[KidHero kid heroes]] would wear their non-combat, normal attire primarily in the combination of '''red''' and '''yellow''' (with "green" being the 3rd color in-line.) However, if they are paired up or have more than one KidHero / teammate, only one person will wear the staple colors; in this case, they don't need to be the main hero to wear them.
** This concept has been played with amongst members of [[Anime/TheBraveExpressMightGaine The Brave Express Team]]. While [[TheHero Might]] [[TheFashionista Senpuuji]] managed to downplay this for himself,[[note]]He does don the color combo from time-to-time, but not prominent.[[/note]] people tend to forget his [[NonActionGuy non-action]] ''teammate'', Hamada wore the yellow / red combo in place of him via a yellow shirt with tiny red brand logo. If you pull back to see the whole picture, Might (when in his red combat vest) and Hamada (with his yellow shirt) completed the red / yellow combo as a unit together.

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* ColorMotif: All major [[TheProtagonist protagonists]] and [[KidHero kid heroes]] would wear their non-combat, normal attire primarily in the combination of '''red''' and '''yellow''' (with "green" green being the 3rd color in-line.) However, if they are paired up or have more than one KidHero / teammate, only one person will wear the staple colors; in this case, they don't need to be the main hero to wear them.
** This concept has been played with amongst members of [[Anime/TheBraveExpressMightGaine The Brave Express Team]]. While [[TheHero Might]] [[TheFashionista Senpuuji]] managed to downplay this for himself,[[note]]He does don the color combo from time-to-time, but not prominent.[[/note]] people tend to forget his [[NonActionGuy non-action]] ''teammate'', ''teammate'' Hamada wore the yellow / red combo in place of him via a yellow shirt with tiny red brand logo. If you pull back to see the whole picture, Might (when in his red combat vest) and Hamada (with his yellow shirt) completed the red / yellow combo as a unit together.



* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: With some exceptions, most of the mecha are very human-like in nature.
* StockFootage: Traditionally present, given the [[MerchandiseDriven nature of the shows]]. This gets used so often that ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'' actually ''takes advantage of it''.

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* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: With some exceptions, most of the mecha are very human-like in nature.
nature. Even the ones that aren't usually can transform into a more human-like form.
* StockFootage: Traditionally present, given the [[MerchandiseDriven nature of the shows]]. This gets used so often that ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'' ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' actually ''takes advantage of it''.



* SuperRobot: Every single series. ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'' comes the closest to RealRobot due to everything being designed to work in real life so the toys would be accurate, but that's where the RealRobot stuff ''ends'' and the courage powered giant robots begins.
* TagalongKid: Will ''always'' be paired with [[BigBrotherInstinct Big Brother]] [[TheProtagonist Protagonist]].

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* SuperRobot: Every single series. ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'' ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' comes the closest to RealRobot due to everything being designed to work in real life so the toys would be accurate, but that's where the RealRobot real-robot stuff ''ends'' ends and the courage powered courage-powered giant robots begins.
* TagalongKid: Will ''always'' be paired with [[BigBrotherInstinct Big Brother]] [[TheProtagonist Protagonist]].an older protagonist]].
3rd Apr '17 5:36:40 AM shuniya
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* Creator/ShowHayami: The only voice actor to be cast as the [[ProtagonistTitle Principal Robot]] more than once throughout the franchise.

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* Creator/ShowHayami: The only voice actor to be cast as the [[ProtagonistTitle Principal Robot]] more than once throughout the franchise. \n [[note]]Exkaiser and Da Garn.[[/note]]
3rd Apr '17 5:33:55 AM shuniya
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* Creator/ShowHayami: The only voice actor to be cast as the [[ProtagonistTitle Principal Robot]] more than once throughout the franchise.
26th Mar '17 7:41:38 AM shuniya
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* ColorMotif: All major [[TheProtagonist protagonists]] and [[KidHero kid heroes]] would wear their non-combat, normal attire primarily in the combination of '''red''' and '''yellow'''. However, if they are paired up or have more than one KidHero / teammate, only one person will wear the staple colors; in this case, they don't need to be the main hero to wear them.

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* ColorMotif: All major [[TheProtagonist protagonists]] and [[KidHero kid heroes]] would wear their non-combat, normal attire primarily in the combination of '''red''' and '''yellow'''. '''yellow''' (with "green" being the 3rd color in-line.) However, if they are paired up or have more than one KidHero / teammate, only one person will wear the staple colors; in this case, they don't need to be the main hero to wear them.
19th Mar '17 11:54:43 PM shuniya
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* CentralTheme: [[WordOfGod Director Shinji Takamatsu]] laid out the formula to input one solid theme aside from "Bravery" for each of his works: Check trivia for more details on the subject matter.
** ''Might Gaine'': "[[JusticeWillPrevail Justice]]."
** ''J-Decker'': "[[ThePowerOfFriendship Heart]]."
** ''Goldran'': "[[CallToAdventure Adventure]]."
19th Mar '17 8:02:25 PM WolfThunder
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* CentralTheme: [[WordOfGod Shinji Takamatsu]] laid out the formula to input one solid theme aside from "Bravery" for each of his works, [[spoiler: which was also his way to give [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takara that certain somebody]] [[DoubleMeaning the talk]]]]: [[note]]Confirmed via [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shinseisha Shinseisha's]] ''Brave Series Complete Manual'' interview.[[/note]]
** ''Might Gaine'': "[[JusticeWillPrevail Justice]]." - [[BreakingTheFourthWall In actual quote:]] "[[spoiler: [[TakeThat Everything in this]] [[WhamLine world is fiction!]]]]" [[note]]Implication: "[[spoiler: This [[WriterRevolt meta fiction]] setup was all done on conscience since the very beginning.]]"[[/note]]
** ''J-Decker'': "[[ThePowerOfFriendship Heart]]." - "[[spoiler: [[RuleOfEmpathy Look, whether we're good guys or bad guys, we're all human.]]]]"
** ''Goldran'': "[[CallToAdventure Adventure]]." - "[[spoiler: [[AllLovingHero Come on, good guys or bad guys, let's just get along together!]]]]"
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