History Anime / CuteyHoney

22nd Mar '16 2:00:10 PM Willbyr
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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: [[Anime/MazingerZ Koji, Boss, and Sayaka]] get a cameo in one episode. So do Akira and Miki (1972 TV series versions) from {{Devilman}}, and the original anime Natsuko from 1973.

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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: [[Anime/MazingerZ Koji, Boss, and Sayaka]] get a cameo in one episode. So do Akira and Miki (1972 TV series versions) from {{Devilman}}, ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'', and the original anime Natsuko from 1973.
22nd Feb '16 3:30:10 AM rafi
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* BathingBeauty: Honey has few bath and ShowerScene in the franchise. Both the classic series and "New Cutie Honey" have, in the opening, Honey while take bath.


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* ShowerScene: Honey in episode 3.
21st Feb '16 12:09:04 PM comicwriter
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* AgeLift: Honey and Natsuko are both teenagers in the prior shows, but in this one, Honey is an adult who works at a temp agency, while Natsuko is a police inspector.
17th Feb '16 8:42:35 PM TheomanZero
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* ''NewCuteyHoney''[[note]]produced with Creator/StudioJunio and Creator/TransArts[[/note]] (1994-1995), a slightly DarkerAndEdgier sequel set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture, with {{Cyberpunk}} overtones and several {{Lawyer Friendly Cameo}}s by other Go Nagai characters. The transformation sequences were lovingly animated. This slightly infamous version of the story is one of the few officially released outside Japan, although it is [[{{Ecchi}} admittedly faithful]] to Creator/GoNagai's work. Originally planned to be 12 episodes long, the series was canceled after it's eighth episode.

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* ''NewCuteyHoney''[[note]]produced with Creator/StudioJunio and Creator/TransArts[[/note]] (1994-1995), a slightly DarkerAndEdgier sequel set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture, with {{Cyberpunk}} overtones and several {{Lawyer Friendly Cameo}}s by other Go Nagai characters. The transformation sequences were lovingly animated. This slightly infamous version of the story is one of the few officially released outside Japan, although it is [[{{Ecchi}} admittedly faithful]] to Creator/GoNagai's work. Originally planned to be 12 episodes long, the series was canceled after it's its eighth episode.



* BadassBiker: Hurricane Honey, the Honey's second most used form. A woman who is "cool" with her motorcycle, anytime she needs to escape. Besides motorcycles she is able to pilot any other vehicle.

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* BadassBiker: Hurricane Honey, the Honey's second most used form. A woman who is "cool" with her motorcycle, anytime she needs to escape. Besides motorcycles she is able to pilot any other vehicle.


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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Honey's three most common forms throughout the franchise are civilian form (blonde), Hurricane Honey (brunette), and Cutey Honey (redhead).
7th Jan '16 6:34:53 PM hamza678
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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: Honey is now a human instead of an android.
30th Dec '15 4:26:29 AM rafi
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* DirtyKid: Junpei from the manga and first series, the younger brother of Seijiand son of Danbei. He is also as perverse as his father, trying to peek as Honey in the bath.

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* DirtyKid: Junpei from the manga and first series, the younger brother of Seijiand Seiji and son of Danbei. He is also as perverse as his father, trying to peek as Honey in the bath.
30th Dec '15 3:33:46 AM Mr.French
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* GrandfatherClause: Honey and Seiji's signature outfits are ''very'' distinctly from the 70s, but they're a central part of the ((Camp)) charm the series is known for and aren't likely to change any time soon.

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* GrandfatherClause: Honey and Seiji's signature outfits are ''very'' distinctly from the 70s, but they're a central part of the ((Camp)) {{Camp}} charm the series is known for and aren't likely to change any time soon.
30th Dec '15 3:33:12 AM Mr.French
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* ActionSurvivor: In almost all adaptations, Seiji is a regular guy who gets caught in the crossfire between Honey and Panther Claw. He's generally useless against major opponents, but he can hold his own against mooks and his quick thinking saves the day a fair number of times.



* GrandfatherClause: Honey and Seiji's signature outfits are ''very'' distinctly from the 70s, but they're a central part of the ((Camp)) charm the series is known for and aren't likely to change any time soon.




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* YouDontLookLikeYou: Seiji loses his usual very 70s look of HotbloodedSideburns, a golf cap and turtleneck to become a more traditional {{Bishonen}}. In the process, he looks like a completely different character.
30th Dec '15 3:22:44 AM Mr.French
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* {{Camp}}: Played to the hilt. Both Re:Cutie Honey and the live-action movie could drown you in it.

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* {{Camp}}: Played to the hilt. Both Re:Cutie Re:Cutey Honey and the live-action movie could drown you in it.



* ChivalrousPervert: Seiji is always one, but to what degree varies depending on the version. In the original, he's more of an AccidentalPervert who nonetheless is very pleased whenever he gets to grope Honey. In Re:Cutey Honey, he's a borderline sexual predator who takes every chance he can get to ogle Honey.



* IntrepidReporter: Seiji Hayama, Honey's DesignatedLoveInterest in most adaptations, is one of these. Somewhat subverted in Re:Cutey Honey, as it turns out to be a cover story for his real job.



* UselessBoyfriend: Seiji Hayami, a wannabe-IntrepidReporter and Honey's de facto love interest is an iconic example. He's an ActionSurvivor who can take on a few mooks at best and a complete DistressedDude at worst. Interestingly, he's at his most competent in Re:Cutey Honey where he loses a large chunk of his love interest credentials to [[LesYay Natsuko]].



* AdaptationalBadass: Rather than being a DistressedDamsel and MuggleBestFriend, Natsuko is a skilled government agent here.

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* AdaptationalBadass: Rather than being a DistressedDamsel and MuggleBestFriend, Natsuko is a skilled government agent here. Seiji also gets a considerable upgrade from ActionSurvivor and DistressedDude to a hyper-competent MysteriousProtector [[spoiler:and undercover NSA agent]].



* LargeHam: Everyone, as per usual. Special mention goes to Seiji, who spends a large chunk of his screentime prancing around like a goofball.



* OutOfFocus: Despite otherwise being a straight adaptation of the movie, Seiji loses his spot in the PowerTrio alongside Honey and Natsuko and becomes more of a mysterious mentor figure.



* LargeHam: Everyone as per usual, but special mention goes to Seiji in the movie, whose every movement is ridiculously dramatic and drawn out.



* PowerTrio: Honey, Natsuko and Seiji form one in the live action movie. By the end they run a detective agency together.




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** Also happens at the end of the movie, this time with Honey, Seiji and Natsuko.
20th Dec '15 4:08:24 AM foxley
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* ShootingGallery: Used in TheMovie to showcase Nat-chan's ImprobableAimingSkills (she unloads a magazine but leaves barely more than one hole).
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