History Anime / BubblegumCrisis

20th Jun '16 12:47:10 AM jormis29
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** The AD Police's Roadblock "truck" in ''Revenge Road'' is named Lulu Belle. [[spoiler: That's Bogart's tank in ''Sahara''.]]

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** The AD Police's Roadblock "truck" in ''Revenge Road'' is named Lulu Belle. [[spoiler: That's Bogart's tank in ''Sahara''.''Film/Sahara1943''.]]
21st May '16 12:51:20 AM ChiliConQueso
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* EightiesHair: So very much.
19th May '16 1:44:22 PM Willbyr
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* HotSpringsEpisode: There was a rejected script proposal for one of these. WordOfGod says that the script eventually [[RecycledScript resurfaced]] as an episode of one of director Hiroki Hayashi's later projects: ''TenchiMuyo''. [[http://groups.google.com/group/alt.fan.bgcrisis/msg/3892b219f35e6ce4?hl=en This Usenet post attempts to reconstruct the original storyline.]]

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* HotSpringsEpisode: There was a rejected script proposal for one of these. WordOfGod says that the script eventually [[RecycledScript resurfaced]] as an episode of one of director Hiroki Hayashi's later projects: ''TenchiMuyo''.''Anime/TenchiMuyo''. [[http://groups.google.com/group/alt.fan.bgcrisis/msg/3892b219f35e6ce4?hl=en This Usenet post attempts to reconstruct the original storyline.]]
8th May '16 10:23:44 PM erforce
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** The Boomers' metallic skulls with glowing red eyes are reminiscent of the ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'''s endoskeleton. In ''2040'', the nanotech-based second generation hardsuits resemble liquid metal in their initial state, like the T-1000.

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** The Boomers' metallic skulls with glowing red eyes are reminiscent of the ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'''s endoskeleton. In ''2040'', the nanotech-based second generation hardsuits resemble liquid metal in their initial state, like the T-1000.T-1000 from ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''.
13th Apr '16 8:33:50 PM C2
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* WhatSongWasThisAgain: Creator/AnimEigo produced English versions of every vocal song on the OVA soundtrack. Particularly infamous is their version of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ4UV0WtoMc "Mr. Dandy"]].
20th Mar '16 3:04:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* XMeetsY: ''ComicBook/IronMan'' meets ''Manga/ViolenceJack'' meets ''Anime/NeoHumanCasshern''
24th Feb '16 9:39:22 PM PurpleWarrior13
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** Jeena Malso in the ''A.D. Police Files'' prequel.
26th Dec '15 11:33:36 PM Laevatein
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* ObstructiveCodeOfConduct: Downplayed. [[AllThereInTheManual As revealed in supplemental material]], and occasionally referenced in the series, the Knight Sabers have 11 rules:
## Do not divulge any information concerning this organisation.
## Do not act upon a personal grudge.
## Do not act without the mutual consent of all members.
## Do not secede from this organisation.
## Members are personally responsible for any damage done to the organisation's equipment unless that damage was unavoidable.
## Do not divulge any information concerning our clients.
## Do not gather information on your own. The task of intelligence gathering is to be distributed evenly among all the members.
## Keep in contact with the other members regularly.
## The members do not know each other outside of this organization.
## Do not get involved with a man.
## The penalty for violating any of the ten regulations listed above is death.
This would certainly constitute an Obstructive Code of Conduct if followed strictly - however, almost all of the rules get broken, and rule 11 is never enforced. Ultimately, they seem to be ideals which have been rapidly modified in the face of reality.
** Rule 1 is a tricky case - while several people know the identities of some or all of the members, nobody actually ''reveals'' anything.
** Similarly, Priss has ''almost'' broken rule 2 several times, but the others always end up suppourting her grudges.
** However, Priss ''has'' broken rules 3 and 4, and how her personal duel with Largo and his Hyperboomers (which resulted in the destruction of her hardsuit and motorslave) relates to rule 5 is also a scary thought.
** Linna, on the other hand, breaks rule 10 regularly.
** Everyone except Sylia has broken rule 8.
** Rule 9 is flagrantly disregarded by all four members.
** Rules 6 and 7 seem to have been followed, though (regarding 7, in OVA 1, Priss is doing what she's told... until she's chased by Boomers, then she's surviving).
26th Dec '15 1:27:11 PM WillKeaton
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-->-- '''Shadowjack''', [=RPG.net=] forums, "[[http://forum.rpg.net/showthread.php?t=485481 Speaking of women sentai groups... Bubblegum Crisis]]"

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-->-- '''Shadowjack''', [=RPG.net=] forums, "[[http://forum.[[http://forum.rpg.net/showthread.php?t=485481 Speaking "Speaking of women sentai groups... Bubblegum Crisis]]"
Crisis"]]
11th Dec '15 10:14:58 PM SuddenFrost
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** In ''2040'', boomers can only be destroyed by attacking their core, a small red sphere embedded somewhere in their body. This serves to make Nene's combat role more understandable than in the OVAs: she uses her sensor equipment to locate the core.

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** In ''2040'', boomers can only be destroyed by attacking their core, a small red sphere embedded somewhere in their body. This serves to make Nene's combat role more understandable than in the OVAs: [=OVAs=]: she uses her sensor equipment to locate the core.
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