History Anime / FlintTheTimeDetective

28th Jan '16 7:12:53 AM Prfnoff
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'''''Flint the Time Detective''''' (originally known in Japan as ''Space-Time Detective Genshi'' [[note]]''Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun''[[/note]]) was a children's anime which [[XMeetsY greatly combines elements]] from MonsSeries and ''Anime/TimeBokan''.
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'''''Flint ''Flint the Time Detective''''' Detective'' (originally known in Japan as ''Space-Time Detective Genshi'' [[note]]''Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun''[[/note]]) was a children's anime which [[XMeetsY greatly combines elements]] from MonsSeries and ''Anime/TimeBokan''.
6th Jan '16 6:30:58 PM fergzilla
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** The Korean dub of the show, called "4th Dimensional Detective Ttolbi"[[note]]4차원 탐정 똘비/Sa-chawon Tamjeong Ttolbi[[/note]], removed the episodes that took place in ancient Japan because of bumpy political and social relations between South Korea and Japan at the time [[note]]South Korea ''just'' got done partially lifting a long-standing ban on Japanese media at the time, and the show was lucky it even got dubbed in Korean to begin with. Even today, there's still a lot of hate for the Japanese in Korea for various reasons (let's just say that Korea doesn't have the best memories of ancient Japan and leave it at that)[[/note]]. So for Koreans, this trope applies to a few more time shifters as well.
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** The Korean dub of the show, called "4th Dimensional Detective Ttolbi"[[note]]4차원 탐정 똘비/Sa-chawon Tamjeong Ttolbi[[/note]], Ttolbi, note that "Ttolbi" is the Korean-ized dub name for whom is known as Flint in the English dub[[/note]], removed the episodes that took place in ancient Japan because of bumpy political and social relations between South Korea and Japan at the time [[note]]South Korea ''just'' got done partially lifting a long-standing ban on Japanese media at the time, and the show was lucky it even got dubbed in Korean to begin with. Even today, there's still a lot of hate for the Japanese in Korea for various reasons (let's just say that Korea doesn't have the best memories of ancient Japan and leave it at that)[[/note]]. So for Koreans, this trope applies to a few more time shifters as well.
9th Oct '15 6:19:12 PM Berrenta
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* [[CirclingBirdies Circling Bunnies]]: Happens to Dino and Mite, after taking a giant mallet to the head.
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* [[CirclingBirdies Circling Bunnies]]: Happens CirclingBirdies: A bunny variant happens to Dino and Mite, after taking a giant mallet to the head.

** InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Super Ninja
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** InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: GratuitousNinja: Super Ninja

** One of his minions, Uglinator, is a skull-like imp with pale yellowish teeth, dark blue horns, and [[RedEyestakeWarning bloody red eyes]], complete with SinisterScythe. His appearance is extremely menacing to the point of terror (especially his evolved form), and can also possess people just like what he did to Merlock.
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** One of his minions, Uglinator, is a skull-like imp with pale yellowish teeth, dark blue horns, and [[RedEyestakeWarning [[RedEyesTakeWarning bloody red eyes]], complete with SinisterScythe. His appearance is extremely menacing to the point of terror (especially his evolved form), and can also possess people just like what he did to Merlock.
10th Sep '15 8:36:44 PM TitoMosquito
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Flint the Time Detective (originally known in Japan as ''Space-Time Detective Genshi'' [[note]]''Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun''[[/note]]) was a children's anime which [[XMeetsY greatly combines elements]] from MonsSeries and ''Anime/TimeBokan''.
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Flint '''''Flint the Time Detective Detective''''' (originally known in Japan as ''Space-Time Detective Genshi'' [[note]]''Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun''[[/note]]) was a children's anime which [[XMeetsY greatly combines elements]] from MonsSeries and ''Anime/TimeBokan''.

* EvilDoppelganger: When fighting Flint, Ominito transforms four of his mushrooms into evil doubles of Flint's friends Sara, Tony, and Merlock, and Flint's father rocky. These doppelgangers are all a CallBack to episodes in which these characters really did temporarily turn on Flint (Sara is the Giant Sara from "Muscles", Tony the winged Tony from "Wing", Merlock the monstrous, Uglinator-controlled Merlock from "Uglinator" and Rocky the evil Rocky from "Rocky in Love").
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* EvilDoppelganger: When fighting Flint, Ominito transforms four of his mushrooms into evil doubles of Flint's friends Sara, Tony, and Merlock, and Flint's father rocky.Rocky. These doppelgangers are all a CallBack to episodes in which these characters really did temporarily turn on Flint (Sara is the Giant Sara from "Muscles", Tony the winged Tony from "Wing", Merlock the monstrous, Uglinator-controlled Merlock from "Uglinator" and Rocky the evil Rocky from "Rocky in Love").

* EvilDoppelganger: When fighting Flint, Ominito transforms four of HereWeGoAgain: After the Dark Lord is defeated and turned good, Petra and her minions will continue to cause trouble in time, this time without working for anyone and Petra's gotten over her crush on the Dark Lord. Flint and his mushrooms into evil doubles of Flint's friends Sara, Tony, and Merlock, and Flint's father rocky. These doppelgangers are all a CallBack to episodes in which these characters really did temporarily turn on Flint (Sara is the Giant Sara from "Muscles", Tony the winged Tony from "Wing", Merlock the monstrous, Uglinator-controlled Merlock from "Uglinator" and Rocky the evil Rocky from "Rocky in Love").go after them.

* EvilDoppelganger: When fighting Flint, Ominito transforms four MissingMom: Flint has no memory of his mushrooms into evil doubles of Flint's friends Sara, Tony, and Merlock, and Flint's father rocky. These doppelgangers are all a CallBack to episodes in which these characters really did temporarily turn on mother. Neither does Rocky. While Flint (Sara is the Giant Sara from "Muscles", Tony the winged Tony from "Wing", Merlock the monstrous, Uglinator-controlled Merlock from "Uglinator" and may have been too young to remember, it's justified with Rocky the evil Rocky from "Rocky in Love").since he's a caveman.

* SeriesContinuityError: the main characters live in the 25th century, so somewhere between 2400 and 2499. Yet, when they travel back to the year 2000 in "The Cardians", Flint, Sara and Tony meet a teenage version of Dr. Goodman.
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* SeriesContinuityError: the The main characters live in the 25th century, so somewhere between 2400 and 2499. Yet, when they travel back to the year 2000 in "The Cardians", Flint, Sara and Tony meet a teenage version of Dr. Goodman.

* SeriesContinuityError: the main characters live in the 25th century, so somewhere between 2400 ** Petra and 2499. Yet, when they travel back to the year 2000 in "The Cardians", Flint, Sara and Tony meet a teenage version of Dr. Goodman. Dark Lord. This too was one-sided, as Dark Lord was just using her.

* YoungerThanTheyLook: Based on the series art style, one would imagine that it was from the late '80s, or at least a contemporary of DragonBallZ. It was actually made in 1998.
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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Based on the series art style, one would imagine that it was from the late '80s, or at least a contemporary of DragonBallZ.''Anime/DragonBallZ''. It was actually made in 1998.
19th Aug '15 9:46:10 AM fergzilla
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** The Korean dub of the show, called "4th Dimensional Detective Ttolbi"[[note]]4차원 탐정 똘비/Sa-chawon Tamjeong Ttolbi[[/note]], removed the episodes that took place in ancient Japan because of bumpy political and social relations between South Korea and Japan at the time [[note]]South Korea ''just'' got done partially lifting a long-standing ban on Japanese media at the time, and the show was even lucky it even got dubbed in Korean to begin with. Even today, there's still a lot of hate for the Japanese in Korea for various reasons.[[/note]]. So for Koreans, this trope applies to a few more time shifters as well.
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** The Korean dub of the show, called "4th Dimensional Detective Ttolbi"[[note]]4차원 탐정 똘비/Sa-chawon Tamjeong Ttolbi[[/note]], removed the episodes that took place in ancient Japan because of bumpy political and social relations between South Korea and Japan at the time [[note]]South Korea ''just'' got done partially lifting a long-standing ban on Japanese media at the time, and the show was even lucky it even got dubbed in Korean to begin with. Even today, there's still a lot of hate for the Japanese in Korea for various reasons.[[/note]].reasons (let's just say that Korea doesn't have the best memories of ancient Japan and leave it at that)[[/note]]. So for Koreans, this trope applies to a few more time shifters as well.
9th Aug '15 12:09:43 PM supercomputer276
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* TimeTravel
21st Jul '15 3:41:53 AM Maniago
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: various times it's rather obvious the writers are not trying to be historically correct. One of the most blatant examples is "Musey", in which Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven are seen working together (though in this case, it is lampshaded by Old Timer at the end of the episode that in real life the two men never met).

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* BigBad: The Dark Lord * BigGood: Old Timer (Time-G), ruler of the Land of Time and ManBehindTheMan for the Time Police.
21st Jul '15 3:20:55 AM Maniago
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* Myth/KingArthur: Flint and friends meet the young King in "Leavy".

* SeriesContinuityError: the main characters live in the 25th century, so somewhere between 2400 and 2499. Yet, when they travel back to the year 2000 in "The Cardians", Flint, Sara and Tony meet a teenage version of Dr. Goodman.

* SuperSentai: one set of Time Shifters are basically a parody of the genre. Their combined Master Form resembles a HumongousMecha, even!
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* SuperSentai: The Cardians, one set of Time Shifters Shifters, are basically a parody of the genre.genre, and of ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'' in particular (four members with playing card motifs). Their combined Master Form resembles a HumongousMecha, even!
20th Jul '15 9:24:09 AM Maniago
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* EvilCounterpart: Three of the Great Four are basically evil Timeshifters created by the Dark Lord, complete with their own transformation to con-forms. Only Super Ninja is different.
20th Jul '15 9:16:51 AM Maniago
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* EvilDoppelganger: When fighting Flint, Ominito transforms four of his mushrooms into evil doubles of Flint's friends Sara, Tony, and Merlock, and Flint's father rocky. These doppelgangers are all a CallBack to episodes in which these characters really did temporarily turn on Flint (Sara is the Giant Sara from "Muscles", Tony the winged Tony from "Wing", Merlock the monstrous, Uglinator-controlled Merlock from "Uglinator" and Rocky the evil Rocky from "Rocky in Love").

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* MaskOfPower: The Dark Lord's mask is the source of his power [[spoiler: and his adult body, since his real form is that of a child]]
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