History Anime / DottoKoniChan

29th Apr '17 1:16:52 PM nombretomado
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** Another one parodies Franchise/TokimekiMemorial. It involves {{Yandere}}s.

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** Another one parodies Franchise/TokimekiMemorial.''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial''. It involves {{Yandere}}s.
13th Apr '17 3:36:21 PM MagBas
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The cast consists in five main characters that deconstruct known tropes: Koni is TheAce GodModeSue, High is your usual HotBlooded anime hero ([[TheWoobie who is always suffering one way or the other]]), Moro is MsFanservice with [[StalkerWithACrush some]] [[{{Yandere}} sort]] [[LovableSexManiac of]] [[LoveMakesYouCrazy crush]] on ObliviousToLove [[KavorkaMan Koni]], Nari is a [[{{ItsAllAboutMe}} self centered]] [[{{ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney}} rich guy]] with a [[{{Fetish}} fixation for rounded things]] ([[EvenTheGuysWantHim therefore, with Koni]]), and Afro the dog, yet another self-insert of Creator/ShinichiWatanabe.

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The cast consists in five main characters that deconstruct known tropes: Koni is TheAce GodModeSue, TheAce, High is your usual HotBlooded anime hero ([[TheWoobie who is always suffering one way or the other]]), Moro is MsFanservice with [[StalkerWithACrush some]] [[{{Yandere}} sort]] [[LovableSexManiac of]] [[LoveMakesYouCrazy crush]] on ObliviousToLove [[KavorkaMan Koni]], Nari is a [[{{ItsAllAboutMe}} self centered]] [[{{ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney}} rich guy]] with a [[{{Fetish}} fixation for rounded things]] ([[EvenTheGuysWantHim therefore, with Koni]]), and Afro the dog, yet another self-insert of Creator/ShinichiWatanabe.
25th Jun '16 5:07:49 PM nombretomado
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** A few episodes parody SuperSentai and reference VideoGame/DragonQuest and Film/TheMagicSword.

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** A few episodes parody SuperSentai and reference VideoGame/DragonQuest ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' and Film/TheMagicSword.''Film/TheMagicSword''.



** In the DragonQuest episode, after seeing the sword, High says "[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 for the power of Greyskull!]]"

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** In the DragonQuest ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' episode, after seeing the sword, High says "[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 for the power of Greyskull!]]"
8th Jun '16 9:29:49 AM Willbyr
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*** The football manga which appears (based on Manga/CaptainTsubasa) is called "Los super koni-campeones", where as CaptainTsubasa J is called "los super campeones" (super champions) in LatAm.

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*** The football manga which appears (based on Manga/CaptainTsubasa) is called "Los super koni-campeones", where as CaptainTsubasa Captain Tsubasa J is called "los super campeones" (super champions) in LatAm.
28th May '16 10:57:00 AM nombretomado
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* BlackComedyRape: In the "Chinese tale" episode, Emi comments that monsters might kidnap her and forcefully plug in their [=VHRs=] , [=DVDs=], {{Playstation}}s and Creator/{{Nintendo}}s, which can be considered rape since Emi is a RobotGirl. After saying this, Moro and Nari reply that, since there is nothing she can do about it, she should just relax and enjoy it.

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* BlackComedyRape: In the "Chinese tale" episode, Emi comments that monsters might kidnap her and forcefully plug in their [=VHRs=] , [=DVDs=], {{Playstation}}s UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}}s and Creator/{{Nintendo}}s, which can be considered rape since Emi is a RobotGirl. After saying this, Moro and Nari reply that, since there is nothing she can do about it, she should just relax and enjoy it.
27th May '16 8:27:35 AM Willbyr
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*** The football manga which appears (based on CaptainTsubasa) is called "Los super koni-campeones", where as CaptainTsubasa J is called "los super campeones" (super champions) in LatAm.

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*** The football manga which appears (based on CaptainTsubasa) Manga/CaptainTsubasa) is called "Los super koni-campeones", where as CaptainTsubasa J is called "los super campeones" (super champions) in LatAm.


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8th Jan '16 7:03:10 PM DeisTheAlcano
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(Something never seen before!) [[note]]WidgetSeries [[ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-A53_GZta1win were uncommon]] in LatinAmerica]][[/note]]\\

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(Something never seen before!) [[note]]WidgetSeries [[ http://www.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-A53_GZta1win were uncommon]] in LatinAmerica]][[/note]]\\LatinAmerica[[/note]]\\



-->-- [=LatinAmericanDub=] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3wvxWkwFmE Intro song]].

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-->-- [=LatinAmericanDub=] '''Latin American Dub [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3wvxWkwFmE Intro song]].
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Being just an obscure Gag Series in Japan, the LatAm dub turned into a cult-classic and is more generally appreciated by fans. For reference, there is more information on the Spanish version of TheOtherWiki about this series than the English and Japanese wiki combined.

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Being just an obscure Gag Series in Japan, the LatAm [=LatAm=] dub turned into a cult-classic and is more generally appreciated by fans. For reference, there is more information on the Spanish version of TheOtherWiki about this series than the English and Japanese wiki combined.
26th Nov '15 4:24:15 PM nombretomado
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[[NeverAcceptedInHisHometown Practically unnoticed in its country of origin]], [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff the series was a hit in Latin America]], especially in Mexico, Chile, Colombia and Argentina. This is probably due to its outstanding [[CulturalTranslation localized]] [[{{Woolseyism}} translation]] [[note]]to give an example of localization, on one chapter they sing [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ketchup_Song The Ketchup Song]][[/note]], which can be easily compared to what American Dubbers [[CulturalTranslation did with]] SamuraiPizzaCats.

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[[NeverAcceptedInHisHometown Practically unnoticed in its country of origin]], [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff the series was a hit in Latin America]], especially in Mexico, Chile, Colombia and Argentina. This is probably due to its outstanding [[CulturalTranslation localized]] [[{{Woolseyism}} translation]] [[note]]to give an example of localization, on one chapter they sing [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ketchup_Song The Ketchup Song]][[/note]], which can be easily compared to what American Dubbers [[CulturalTranslation did with]] SamuraiPizzaCats.''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats''.
5th Nov '15 10:50:11 AM nombretomado
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** More threatens to go and start working in "Chapa y 1/2", a clear reference to "[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma y 1/2]]"

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** More threatens to go and start working in "Chapa y 1/2", a clear reference to "[[RanmaOneHalf "[[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Ranma y 1/2]]"
14th Aug '15 1:41:28 PM Willbyr
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** One episode manages to parody Manga/DragonBall, CaptainTsubasa, ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', Franchise/YuGiOh, Manga/DetectiveConan, Manga/LoveHina, Anime/MazingerZ and ''{{Manga/Kochikame}}'' in about 7 minutes.
** Squid-girl's wand-movement is the same as Sakura's from Manga/CardCaptorSakura. She also looks similar to SallyTheWitch.

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** One episode manages to parody Manga/DragonBall, CaptainTsubasa, Manga/CaptainTsubasa, ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', Franchise/YuGiOh, Manga/DetectiveConan, Manga/LoveHina, Anime/MazingerZ and ''{{Manga/Kochikame}}'' in about 7 minutes.
** Squid-girl's wand-movement is the same as Sakura's from Manga/CardCaptorSakura. She also looks similar to SallyTheWitch.Manga/SallyTheWitch.
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