History Anime / GalaxyAngelRune

9th Jul '16 2:02:00 PM Shugo
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What went wrong? It may simply be the fact that Creator/{{Madhouse}}, the studio behind the original series, were unavailable and instead, Broccoli (the company behind the games) took up the project in-house, which meant that characters who were owned by Madhouse (Normad, Volcott, the Twin Stars, etc.) were unable to put in any appearances (save for a LawyerFriendlyCameo by a Normad-Missile). Perhaps the new writers were the kind of people that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks far preferred the games to the anime and were bitter about ruining the drama]]. They certainly attempted dramatic plots that would have been more appropriate to the games, while throwing in {{Non Sequitur}}s to try and make it funny.

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What went wrong? It may simply be the fact that Creator/{{Madhouse}}, the studio behind the original series, were unavailable and instead, Broccoli (the company behind the games) took up the project in-house, in-house and it was animated by Creator/{{Satelight}}, which meant that characters who were owned by Madhouse (Normad, Volcott, the Twin Stars, etc.) were unable to put in any appearances (save for a LawyerFriendlyCameo by a Normad-Missile). Perhaps the new writers were the kind of people that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks far preferred the games to the anime and were bitter about ruining the drama]]. They certainly attempted dramatic plots that would have been more appropriate to the games, while throwing in {{Non Sequitur}}s to try and make it funny.



* ContinuityNod: In episode 7's [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue Where Are They Now Montages]] of the Moon Angels, Ranpha and Forte keep their less-revealing uniforms from the later seasons of the original series.

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* ContinuityNod: In episode 7's [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue Where Are They Now Montages]] of the Moon Angels, Ranpha and Forte keep their less-revealing uniforms from the later seasons of the original series.series, due to ''Rune'' also airing on Creator/TVTokyo. [[note]]And they are NOTORIOUS for their strict censorship standards[[/note]]
15th Sep '15 10:06:00 AM Willbyr
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The [[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel]] gameverse was a serious Space Opera Dating Sim series. The ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' anime was a comedy version that parodied the concept of AdaptationDecay, as well as everything else in existence.

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The [[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel]] ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel'' gameverse was a serious Space Opera Dating Sim series. The ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' anime was a comedy version that parodied the concept of AdaptationDecay, as well as everything else in existence.



What went wrong? It may simply be the fact that Creator/{{Madhouse}}, the studio behind the original series, were unavailable and instead, Broccoli (the company behind the games) took up the project in-house, which meant that characters who were owned by Madhouse (Normad, Volcott, the Twin Stars, etc.) were unable to put in any appearances (save for a LawyerFriendlyCameo by a Normad-Missile). Perhaps the new writers were the kind of people that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks far preferred the games to the anime and were bitter about ruining the drama]]. They certainly attempted dramatic plots that would have been more appropriate to the games, while throwing in non sequiturs to try and make it funny.

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What went wrong? It may simply be the fact that Creator/{{Madhouse}}, the studio behind the original series, were unavailable and instead, Broccoli (the company behind the games) took up the project in-house, which meant that characters who were owned by Madhouse (Normad, Volcott, the Twin Stars, etc.) were unable to put in any appearances (save for a LawyerFriendlyCameo by a Normad-Missile). Perhaps the new writers were the kind of people that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks far preferred the games to the anime and were bitter about ruining the drama]]. They certainly attempted dramatic plots that would have been more appropriate to the games, while throwing in non sequiturs {{Non Sequitur}}s to try and make it funny.






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1st Aug '15 2:22:37 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: Aside from the multiple throwbacks to the original series, any combat sequence not taking place inside the girls' ships has them randomly transporting to a barren field and taking down whatever bad guy they happen to be facing a la SuperSentai. In addition, a chubby [[MobileSuitGundam Char Aznable]] clone appears in episode 10 as a training instructor for the girls, and Milfeulle summons the Luxiole and uses it to bat away the Lost Technology in the final episode in what can only be a Anime/GaoGaiGar homage.

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* ShoutOut: Aside from the multiple throwbacks to the original series, any combat sequence not taking place inside the girls' ships has them randomly transporting to a barren field and taking down whatever bad guy they happen to be facing a la SuperSentai. In addition, a chubby [[MobileSuitGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Char Aznable]] clone appears in episode 10 as a training instructor for the girls, and Milfeulle summons the Luxiole and uses it to bat away the Lost Technology in the final episode in what can only be a Anime/GaoGaiGar homage.
11th Jun '15 4:21:03 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: Aside from the multiple throwbacks to the original series, any combat sequence not taking place inside the girls' ships has them randomly transporting to a barren field and taking down whatever bad guy they happen to be facing a la SuperSentai. In addition, a chubby [[MobileSuitGundam Char Aznable]] clone appears in episode 10 as a training instructor for the girls, and Milfeulle summons the Luxiole and uses it to bat away the Lost Technology in the final episode in what can only be a GaoGaiGar homage.

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* ShoutOut: Aside from the multiple throwbacks to the original series, any combat sequence not taking place inside the girls' ships has them randomly transporting to a barren field and taking down whatever bad guy they happen to be facing a la SuperSentai. In addition, a chubby [[MobileSuitGundam Char Aznable]] clone appears in episode 10 as a training instructor for the girls, and Milfeulle summons the Luxiole and uses it to bat away the Lost Technology in the final episode in what can only be a GaoGaiGar Anime/GaoGaiGar homage.
28th Jul '14 4:47:56 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BadExportForYou: Licensed by [[CrackIsCheaper Bandai Visual USA]].
13th Jun '12 12:41:51 PM MarkLungo
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What went wrong? It may simply be the fact that {{Madhouse}}, the studio behind the original series, were unavailable and instead, Broccoli (the company behind the games) took up the project in-house, which meant that characters who were owned by Madhouse (Normad, Volcott, the Twin Stars, etc.) were unable to put in any appearances (save for a LawyerFriendlyCameo by a Normad-Missile). Perhaps the new writers were the kind of people that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks far preferred the games to the anime and were bitter about ruining the drama]]. They certainly attempted dramatic plots that would have been more appropriate to the games, while throwing in non sequiturs to try and make it funny.

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What went wrong? It may simply be the fact that {{Madhouse}}, Creator/{{Madhouse}}, the studio behind the original series, were unavailable and instead, Broccoli (the company behind the games) took up the project in-house, which meant that characters who were owned by Madhouse (Normad, Volcott, the Twin Stars, etc.) were unable to put in any appearances (save for a LawyerFriendlyCameo by a Normad-Missile). Perhaps the new writers were the kind of people that [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks far preferred the games to the anime and were bitter about ruining the drama]]. They certainly attempted dramatic plots that would have been more appropriate to the games, while throwing in non sequiturs to try and make it funny.
24th May '12 12:15:56 PM Oreochan
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* NonIndicativeFirstEpisode: With levels of {{Fanservice}} not reached again until the penultimate episode. There's a PantyShot of Anise, MaleGaze shots of [[{{Lolicon}} Nano-Nano]]'s rear, a [[LingerieScene Lingerie]] [[{{Montages}} Montage]] of Rico, and a [[HoYay Les Yay]] scene between Tequila and Rico. All this coupled with episode 1's [[TooKinkyToTorture masochistic]] villain caused some to abandon the show prematurely. [[CrackIsCheaper Bandai Visual USA]] releasing the first DVD with only the first episode didn't help either.

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* NonIndicativeFirstEpisode: With levels of {{Fanservice}} not reached again until the penultimate episode. There's a PantyShot of Anise, MaleGaze shots of [[{{Lolicon}} Nano-Nano]]'s Nano-Nano's rear, a [[LingerieScene Lingerie]] [[{{Montages}} Montage]] of Rico, and a [[HoYay Les Yay]] scene between Tequila and Rico. All this coupled with episode 1's [[TooKinkyToTorture masochistic]] villain caused some to abandon the show prematurely. [[CrackIsCheaper Bandai Visual USA]] releasing the first DVD with only the first episode didn't help either.
9th Apr '12 1:32:17 PM FastEddie
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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tvt-galaxy_angel_rune_7393.jpg ''Ru-rurun Rune!''

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9th Apr '12 1:51:12 AM battosaijoe
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9th Apr '12 1:50:52 AM battosaijoe
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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tvt-galaxy_angel_rune-find_the_loli.jpg ''Ru-rurun Rune!''

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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tvt-galaxy_angel_rune-find_the_loli.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tvt-galaxy_angel_rune_7393.jpg ''Ru-rurun Rune!''
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