History Anime / Gasaraki

4th Mar '17 5:31:21 PM Katsuhagi
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Wan/Won/Huang as well as Meth, whose name is spelled "Mess" when seen on a screen at one point.
4th Mar '17 5:28:44 PM Katsuhagi
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* UsefulNotes/JapanesePronouns: Yushiro uses the typical male protagonist "Ore", Hayakawa uses the standard military "Jibun", and Misuzu uses "Watakushi" to demonstrate her status as TheOjou.
3rd Mar '17 6:04:03 PM Katsuhagi
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* ShowSomeLeg: Used to borrow a Humvee early in the series.

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* ShowSomeLeg: Used to borrow a Humvee early in the series. Ataka is amused, while Kaburagi is visibly embarassed.
3rd Mar '17 6:01:35 PM Katsuhagi
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* EyesAlwaysShut: Nishida, though its due to the fact that he took his own eyes out with his katana.

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* EyesAlwaysShut: Nishida, though its due to the fact that he took his own eyes out with his katana. A random JSSDF researcher is also shown with the standard version.



* IJustWantToBeNormal (variation; a third person example from Kaburagi, who feels that Yushiro shouldn't be in the TA platoon as a) he's a civilian not a soldier, and b) its unfair that he hasn't been given a choice in the matter.
* ImportedAlienPhlebotinum

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* IJustWantToBeNormal (variation; IJustWantToBeNormal: Variation; a third person example from Kaburagi, who feels that Yushiro shouldn't be in the TA platoon as a) he's a civilian not a soldier, and b) its unfair that he hasn't been given a choice in the matter.
* ImportedAlienPhlebotinumImportedAlienPhlebotinum: The Kugai, which allowed the ancient Gowa clan to conquer Japan.



%%* MissionControl

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%%* MissionControl* MissionControl: When the [=TAs=] are deployed their command vehicle is never far behind, and the characters in it are important secondary characters to Yushiro.



%%* PillarOfLight

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%%* PillarOfLight* PillarOfLight: The summoning ritual in the first episode produces one of these from the sky.



%%* SummoningRitual

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%%* SummoningRitual* SummoningRitual: Yushiro has been trained in this since he was a child, with his earliest memory being performing on the Stage of Stone at the Gowa's ancestral home.
3rd Mar '17 4:07:39 PM Katsuhagi
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* OddNameOut: Yushiro is the only one of the Gowa sons to lack the "Kiyo" (清) character in his name.
28th Jan '17 8:07:08 PM Madonis
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''Gasaraki'' was produced by {{Sunrise}}, directed by Ryosuke Takahashi of ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' fame and originally aired in 1998. Creator/{{ADV Films}} released a translated version. There is a bit of notable trivia for more recent anime fans as the first big "series-wide" directorial-related job a certain Goro Taniguchi had - he was "assistant director" for the series and helped to make it (somewhat) comprehensible. His work here would lead to him being allowed to fully direct and produce ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' (which could not possibly be more different from this show) and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' (which, on some level, might be seen as ''Gasaraki'''s spiritual successor - it takes on a lot of the same fundamental themes as ''Gasaraki'', just [[ByronicHero from a different viewpoint]]).

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''Gasaraki'' was produced by {{Sunrise}}, directed by Ryosuke Takahashi of ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' fame and originally aired in 1998. Creator/{{ADV Films}} released a translated version. The script was primarily written by Toru Nozaki but also included the contributions of Chiaki J. Konaka and Yuichiro Takeda. There is a bit of notable trivia for more recent anime fans as the first big "series-wide" directorial-related job a certain Goro Taniguchi had - he was "assistant director" for the series and helped to make it (somewhat) comprehensible. His work here would lead to him being allowed to fully direct and produce ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' (which could not possibly be more different from this show) and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' (which, on some level, might be seen as ''Gasaraki'''s spiritual successor - it takes an alternative take on a lot couple of the same fundamental themes as ''Gasaraki'', just [[ByronicHero from a different viewpoint]]).
28th Jan '17 7:52:45 PM Madonis
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''Gasaraki'' was produced by {{Sunrise}}, directed by Ryosuke Takahashi of ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' fame and originally aired in 1998. Creator/{{ADV Films}} released a translated version. It is a bit notable for more recent anime fans as the first big "series-wide" directorial job a certain Goro Taniguchi had - he was "assistant director" for the entire show and helped to make it (somewhat) comprehensible. His work here would lead to him being allowed to fully direct and produce ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' (which could not possibly be more different from this show) and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' (which, on some level, might be seen as ''Gasaraki'''s spiritual successor - it takes on a lot of the same fundamental themes as ''Gasaraki'', just [[ByronicHero from a different viewpoint]]).

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''Gasaraki'' was produced by {{Sunrise}}, directed by Ryosuke Takahashi of ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' fame and originally aired in 1998. Creator/{{ADV Films}} released a translated version. It There is a bit of notable trivia for more recent anime fans as the first big "series-wide" directorial directorial-related job a certain Goro Taniguchi had - he was "assistant director" for the entire show series and helped to make it (somewhat) comprehensible. His work here would lead to him being allowed to fully direct and produce ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' (which could not possibly be more different from this show) and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' (which, on some level, might be seen as ''Gasaraki'''s spiritual successor - it takes on a lot of the same fundamental themes as ''Gasaraki'', just [[ByronicHero from a different viewpoint]]).
28th Jan '17 7:51:25 PM Madonis
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''Gasaraki'' was produced by {{Sunrise}}, directed by Ryosuke Takahashi of ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' fame and originally aired in 1998. Creator/{{ADV Films}} released a translated version. It is a bit notable for more recent anime fans as the first big "series-wide" directorial job a certain Goro Taniguchi had - he was "assistant director" for the entire show and helped to make it (somewhat) comprehensible. His work here would lead to him being allowed to fully write, direct and produce ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' (which could not possibly be more different from this show) and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' (which, on some level, might be seen as ''Gasaraki'''s spiritual successor - it takes on a lot of the same fundamental themes as ''Gasaraki'', just [[ByronicHero from a different viewpoint]]).

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''Gasaraki'' was produced by {{Sunrise}}, directed by Ryosuke Takahashi of ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' fame and originally aired in 1998. Creator/{{ADV Films}} released a translated version. It is a bit notable for more recent anime fans as the first big "series-wide" directorial job a certain Goro Taniguchi had - he was "assistant director" for the entire show and helped to make it (somewhat) comprehensible. His work here would lead to him being allowed to fully write, direct and produce ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' (which could not possibly be more different from this show) and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' (which, on some level, might be seen as ''Gasaraki'''s spiritual successor - it takes on a lot of the same fundamental themes as ''Gasaraki'', just [[ByronicHero from a different viewpoint]]).
6th Jan '17 6:17:30 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FollowTheLeader: The entire show's been accused of ripping roughly a good three-quarters of its concepts and plot directly from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. Exactly how much this is true has been [[FlameWar hotly debated]] over the years; while there are some ''very'' obvious similarities (the clear comparisons between [[TheOmniscientCouncilOfVagueness SEELE and SYMBOL]], the dysfunctional-family-exploiting-a-son-as-a-pilot dynamic, Miharu's apparent similarities to Rei Ayanami, and [[spoiler:the "divine" origins of the key systems of the mecha]]) the show does take a fairly different direction in the end, with somewhat different messages about the meaning of family and honor and a take on love that ''wholly'' contradicts some of ''Eva'''s [[FreudWasRight Freudian]] assertions.

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* FollowTheLeader: The entire show's been accused of ripping roughly a good three-quarters of its concepts and plot directly from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. Exactly how much this is true has been [[FlameWar hotly debated]] over the years; while there are some ''very'' obvious similarities (the clear comparisons between [[TheOmniscientCouncilOfVagueness SEELE and SYMBOL]], the dysfunctional-family-exploiting-a-son-as-a-pilot dynamic, Miharu's apparent similarities to Rei Ayanami, and [[spoiler:the "divine" origins of the key systems of the mecha]]) the show does take a fairly different direction in the end, with somewhat different messages about the meaning of family and honor and a take on love that ''wholly'' contradicts some of ''Eva'''s [[FreudWasRight Freudian]] Freudian assertions.
11th Dec '16 10:46:56 AM nombretomado
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* DerivativeDifferentiation: It started out as a clone of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', but evolved into more of a spiritual predecessor to ''FranchiseCodeGeass''.

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* DerivativeDifferentiation: It started out as a clone of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', but evolved into more of a spiritual predecessor to ''FranchiseCodeGeass''.''Franchise/CodeGeass''.
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