History Anime / FuturePoliceUrashiman

22nd Dec '15 1:47:51 PM Willbyr
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25th Jan '15 8:34:42 PM Sijo
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* AffablyEvil: Ludovich and Marlene.



* {{Catchphrase}}: Wolf Stinger's "Don't pull the Wolf's tail."



* DaChief: Inspector Goudou of the Mobile Mecha Police, who gives the heroes their orders.



** Similarly, Ludovich has several lieutenants such as Malene and Tiger Stinger.

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** Similarly, Ludovich has several lieutenants such as Malene and Tiger Wolf Stinger.


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* PsychicPowers: Allegedly granted by the Urashima Effect.
20th Jan '15 9:02:27 PM Sijo
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* CoolCar: The Magnabeetle, Ryuu's Volkswagen converted into a modern form. It can even run on walls!



**Similarly, Ludovich has several lieutenants such as Malene and Tiger Stinger.
* IdiotHero: Ryuu.



* PlotInducedStupidity: The show is a comedy.

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* PlotInducedStupidity: The show is a an action comedy.


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* TransformationSequence: The Magnabeetle allows Ryuu to change into a battlesuit.
20th Jan '15 8:47:11 PM Sijo
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* TheAce: Claude is a skilled policeman, car driver and Ladies Man, and has a rivalry going on with Ryu.


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* TheDragon: Ludovich is the Number Two man in Necrime, after the (unseen) Leader Fuhrer.


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* MeaningfulName: Ryu is named after the tale of Urashima Taro.
** Fuhrer means leader in German, so Necrime's boss is named- Leader Leader.
* NaughtyNun: Sophie is an Ex-Nun but she likes to tease her partners.
20th Jan '15 7:37:18 PM Sijo
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The story follows Ryuu Urashima, who is being pursued by police along with his cat when he finds himself caught in a cyclone that pulls him into a space/time rift, causing him to land in the year 2050. Having lost his memory, he finds himself pursued by the army-like criminal organization Necrime. Fighting back against the imposing forces of Necrime, Ryuu goes on a venture to rediscover who he is.

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The story follows Ryuu Urashima, a young man who is being pursued by police along with his cat when he finds himself caught in a cyclone that pulls him into a space/time rift, causing him to land in the year 2050. Having lost his memory, he finds himself pursued by the army-like criminal organization Necrime. Fighting back against Given the imposing forces of Necrime, new name Ryuu goes on a venture to rediscover who Urashima, he is. joins the Neo Tokyo Mobile Police and battles Necrime with his partners Claude and Sophie.



* AdjectiveNounFred

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* AdjectiveNounFredAdjectiveNounFred: Urashima (Fisherman) is an actual Japanese surname.



* CuteKitten
* LaserGuidedAmnesia
* PlotInducedStupidity
* TimeTravel

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* CuteKitten
CuteKitten: Myaa, Ryu's cat (who resembles the cat from Disney's Cinderella.)
* LaserGuidedAmnesia
LaserGuidedAmnesia: Ryu cannot remember his past but still has the same basic reckless personality.
* PlotInducedStupidity
PlotInducedStupidity: The show is a comedy.
* TimeTravelTimeTravel: The "Urashima Effect" is named after the Japanese tale of Urashima Taro, who visited the palace of the Dragon King only to come back centuries later.
21st Jun '13 11:52:18 AM MarkLungo
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''Future Police Urashiman'' (or ''Urashiman'') is a science fiction {{Anime}} produced by the studio TatsunokoProductions and released on the Fuji TV network in Japan and originally running between January 9th, 1983 and December 24th, 1983 with a total of 52 episodes. Later released in Germany, France, and Italy under various titles. The North American release plans from Saban Entertainment were canceled however, though the {{Anime}} received an English translation via fan subbing group Anime Classics.

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''Future Police Urashiman'' (or ''Urashiman'') is a science fiction {{Anime}} produced by the studio TatsunokoProductions Creator/TatsunokoProduction and released on the Fuji TV network in Japan and originally running between January 9th, 1983 and December 24th, 1983 with a total of 52 episodes. Later released in Germany, France, and Italy under various titles. The North American release plans from Saban Entertainment were canceled however, though the {{Anime}} received an English translation via fan subbing group Anime Classics.



Tropes found in FuturePoliceUrashiman include:

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Tropes found in FuturePoliceUrashiman include:
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19th Dec '11 1:58:53 PM Routerie
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* EverythingsCuterWithKittens

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* EverythingsCuterWithKittensCuteKitten
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