History Anime / HellGirl

12th Jun '16 5:06:15 PM animenutcase
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* DirtyCoward: The villain in Episode 8 of ''Futakomori'' (and its manga equivalent) holds a grudge against her teacher for scolding her, but doesn't want to end up going to hell by pulling the string, so she creates a fake Hell Correspondence and blames one of the students when the strict teacher is injured, then pretends to help the student try to get revenge to trick her into sending the teacher to hell. The strict teacher ends up sending her to hell instead.
4th Jun '16 9:43:57 AM nombretomado
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There is also a manga adaptation, which [[AdaptationDistillation shares the premise and core characters]] but follows its own storyline. The first series ran for 9 volumes, the second for a few more, and the third is currently ongoing. A LiveActionAdaptation also exists, in series form; set within the timeline of the first anime season, retaining the anthology format while notably averting the anime storyline. [[CompressedAdaptation At a mere 12 episodes, there wasn't much room for them anyway.]] The series also spawned two video games, for the Nintendo DS (''Jigoku Shoujo Akekazura'') and the PS2 (''Jigoku Shoujo Mioyosuga'') respectively, as well as a puzzle game on the Konami-Net DX service for i-mode compatible mobile phones.

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There is also a manga adaptation, which [[AdaptationDistillation shares the premise and core characters]] but follows its own storyline. The first series ran for 9 volumes, the second for a few more, and the third is currently ongoing. A LiveActionAdaptation also exists, in series form; set within the timeline of the first anime season, retaining the anthology format while notably averting the anime storyline. [[CompressedAdaptation At a mere 12 episodes, there wasn't much room for them anyway.]] The series also spawned two video games, for the Nintendo DS (''Jigoku Shoujo Akekazura'') and the PS2 [=PS2=] (''Jigoku Shoujo Mioyosuga'') respectively, as well as a puzzle game on the Konami-Net DX service for i-mode compatible mobile phones.
26th May '16 12:33:08 PM IamTheCaligula
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* LastSecondChance: Maybe. Ai's companions often ask the target of the week if they regret what they've done to the client and, if the person is unrepentant, tell Ai something along the lines of "You heard what s/he said" before she sends them to hell, but it's never elaborated upon if genuine regret would actually save them or not. Most people are unrepentant or insist that they are not to blame, a few act repentant but only to save their own hides (which never works) and benevolent people who are targeted by jerkasses never even get the question asked. Then there's also the factor that Ai and her companions are tied by their own contracts to carry out their duties.
16th May '16 6:15:09 AM Dravencour
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* ClaimedbyTheSupernatural: Every person who makes a DealWithTheDevil by using Enma Ai's revenge service is marked with a black flame tattoo on their chest; there is nothing they can do about it, and it is a sign that when they die their soul will go to Hell, no matter how they live their lives.

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* ClaimedbyTheSupernatural: ClaimedByTheSupernatural: Every person who makes a DealWithTheDevil by using Enma Ai's revenge service is marked with a black flame tattoo on their chest; there is nothing they can do about it, and it is a sign that when they die their soul will go to Hell, no matter how they live their lives. lives.
9th Mar '16 4:36:56 PM Art199
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!!This show provides examples of:

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!!This show provides examples of:
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23rd Feb '16 12:59:04 PM foxley
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* CircusEpisode: The first season has an episode centered on a traveling circus and the twin girls who work there. While one twin is doted on and pampered by the ringmaster, the other is horribly abused.
13th Dec '15 2:11:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* DemonOfHumanOrigin: [[LittleMissBadass Ai Enma]]. During her dying breath, she cursed the villagers that sacrificed her and her parents to their mountain gods. That same night, she came back to life and burned the whole village down, killing everyone in it. After that, she was sent to hell, and the Lord of Hell forced her to take the job of Hell Girl or else she and her loved ones would suffer in hell eternally. The job comes with a powerful set of powers, and over the course of 400 years she gains enough mastery of it to be able to confront the Lord of Hell, as seen in the end of Season 1. She manages to get off the job at the end of Season 2... and after a complicated set of events, takes the job back at the end of Season 3.
4th Dec '15 1:13:09 PM Dravencour
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* DraggedOffToHell: This is pretty much the premise of the series in general. By making a deal with Ai, you can have someone sent to Hell, with the price being going to Hell yourself when you die.
4th Dec '15 1:10:25 PM Dravencour
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** Aya Kuroda, the very first person sent to hell in the anime, who steals money from a classmate it's entrusted to and then blackmailing her into Enjo Kosai. No pity is had for her when she gets her comeuppance.

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** Aya Kuroda, the very first person sent to hell in the anime, who steals money from a classmate it's entrusted to and then blackmailing her into Enjo Kosai. No pity is had for her when she gets her comeuppance.
4th Dec '15 1:09:59 PM Dravencour
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** Aya Kuroda, the very first person sent to hell in the anime.

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** Aya Kuroda, the very first person sent to hell in the anime.anime, who steals money from a classmate it's entrusted to and then blackmailing her into Enjo Kosai. No pity is had for her when she gets her comeuppance.
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