History Anime / Kyousogiga

21st Jun '18 7:42:33 PM urutapu
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Hidden in an old ink painting is the "Looking-Glass City" of Kyoto, where demons and humans live together and anything broken is instantly fixed. Created by Myoue, a Buddhist monk with the power to bring drawings to life, and his lover Koto, a black rabbit given human form by a kindly bodhisattva, the city is now ruled by their three adopted children: the secretive temple priest Kurama, the aristocratic yet childish demon Yase, and Myoue's lazy, girl-crazy successor Yakushimaru, who have grown estranged and jaded waiting for their parents' return. One day, a schoolgirl from another world, also named Koto, arrives with her "brothers", A and Un, to search for the black rabbit who she believes is also her long-lost mother.

''Kyousogiga'' is an original net animation written by Izumi Todo (a pseudonym for the staff of Creator/ToeiAnimation, who are also the minds behind ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' and the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' franchise) and produced by Toei Animation with the collaboration of Banpresto which debuted on December 2011 on Website/NicoNicoDouga. From September to December 2012, five additional shorts were released which expanded the setting and characters. After it garnered sufficient attention, a TV series was greenlit for the Fall 2013 anime season. The original ONA series was adapted as a two-volume manga serialized in ''Dengeki Maoh'' from February 2012 to March 2013. Another manga adaptation following the TV series began serialization in November 2013.

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Hidden in an old ink painting is the "Looking-Glass City" of Kyoto, where demons and humans live together and anything broken is instantly fixed. Created by Myoue, a Buddhist monk with the power to bring drawings to life, and his lover Koto, a black rabbit given human form by a kindly bodhisattva, the city is now ruled by their three adopted children: the secretive temple priest Kurama, the aristocratic yet childish demon Yase, and Myoue's lazy, girl-crazy womanizing successor Yakushimaru, who have grown estranged and jaded waiting for awaiting their parents' return. One day, a schoolgirl from another world, also named Koto, arrives appears in the city with her "brothers", A and Un, to search for the black rabbit who rabbit--who she believes is also her ''her'' long-lost mother.

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''Kyousogiga'' is an original net animation written by Izumi Todo (a collective pseudonym for the staff of Creator/ToeiAnimation, who are also the minds behind ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' and the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' franchise) and produced by Toei Animation with the collaboration of Banpresto which debuted on December 2011 on Website/NicoNicoDouga. From September to December 2012, five additional shorts were released which expanded the setting and characters. After it garnered sufficient attention, a TV series was greenlit for the Fall 2013 anime season. The original ONA series was adapted as a two-volume manga serialized in ''Dengeki Maoh'' from February 2012 to March 2013. Another manga adaptation following the TV series began serialization in November 2013.



* AliceAllusion: ''Kyousogiga'' is supposed to be based off ''Through the Looking-Glass'', though you'd have a hard time knowing it if not for the whole "finding the rabbit" gig, chess imagery, and quotes from the books.

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* AliceAllusion: ''Kyousogiga'' is supposed to be based off on ''Through the Looking-Glass'', though you'd have a hard time knowing it if not for the whole "finding the rabbit" gig, chess imagery, and quotes from the books.
21st Jun '18 7:17:11 PM HGpan
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Hidden in an old ink painting is the "Looking-Glass City" of Kyoto, where demons and humans live together and anything broken is instantly fixed. Created by Myoe, a Buddhist monk with the power to bring drawings to life, and his lover Koto, a black rabbit given human form by a kindly bodhisattva, the city is now ruled by their three adopted children: the secretive temple priest Kurama, the aristocratic yet childish demon Yase, and Myoe's lazy girl-crazy successor Yakushimaru, who have grown estranged and jaded waiting for their parents' return. One day, a schoolgirl from another world, also named Koto, arrives with her "brothers" A and Un to search for the black rabbit, who she believes is her long-lost mother too.

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Hidden in an old ink painting is the "Looking-Glass City" of Kyoto, where demons and humans live together and anything broken is instantly fixed. Created by Myoe, Myoue, a Buddhist monk with the power to bring drawings to life, and his lover Koto, a black rabbit given human form by a kindly bodhisattva, the city is now ruled by their three adopted children: the secretive temple priest Kurama, the aristocratic yet childish demon Yase, and Myoe's lazy Myoue's lazy, girl-crazy successor Yakushimaru, who have grown estranged and jaded waiting for their parents' return. One day, a schoolgirl from another world, also named Koto, arrives with her "brothers" "brothers", A and Un Un, to search for the black rabbit, rabbit who she believes is also her long-lost mother too.mother.
3rd Jun '18 1:21:55 PM TastySauce
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** Myoe got his chance to call out his adapted dad for his abandonment, [[spoiler:along with messing with Koto]].

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** Myoe got his chance to call out his adapted adopted dad for his abandonment, [[spoiler:along with messing with Koto]].



* DissonantSerenity: The original Myoe was so calm [[spoiler:when he came home while covered in blood and carrying Yakushimaru's corpse. When Yakushimaru comes back to life and is angry at this, Myoe cheerfully reminds him that he has to get used to it.]] This is later extended when he returned to Mirror Kyoto as Inari [[spoiler:and he doesn't seem to mind how much grief he had caused to his family]].
* DysfunctionJunction: The three siblings have their own problems after their parents left and each of them have their own reasons for them to return:

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* DissonantSerenity: The original Myoe was so calm serene [[spoiler:when he came home while covered in blood and carrying Yakushimaru's corpse. When Yakushimaru comes back to life and is angry at this, Myoe cheerfully reminds tells him that he has to get used to it.]] This is later extended when he returned returns to Mirror Kyoto as Inari [[spoiler:and he doesn't seem to mind how much grief he had caused to his family]].
* DysfunctionJunction: The three siblings have their own problems after their parents left and each of them have their own reasons for wanting them to return:
3rd Jun '18 1:17:31 PM TastySauce
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It was [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-08-27/discotek-adds-hana-yori-dango-07-ghost-beelzebub-kyousougiga-getter-robo-armageddon-z-x-ignition-karate-master/.92209 licensed for North American release]] by Creator/DiscotekMedia, set for a 2016 release.

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It was [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-08-27/discotek-adds-hana-yori-dango-07-ghost-beelzebub-kyousougiga-getter-robo-armageddon-z-x-ignition-karate-master/.92209 licensed for North American release]] by Creator/DiscotekMedia, set for a 2016 release.
Creator/DiscotekMedia in 2016.
7th Mar '18 3:47:35 PM nombretomado
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''Kyousogiga'' is an original net animation written by Izumi Todo (a pseudonym for the staff of Creator/ToeiAnimation, who are also the minds behind ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' and the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' franchise) and produced by ToeiAnimation with the collaboration of Banpresto which debuted on December 2011 on Website/NicoNicoDouga. From September to December 2012, five additional shorts were released which expanded the setting and characters. After it garnered sufficient attention, a TV series was greenlit for the Fall 2013 anime season. The original ONA series was adapted as a two-volume manga serialized in ''Dengeki Maoh'' from February 2012 to March 2013. Another manga adaptation following the TV series began serialization in November 2013.

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''Kyousogiga'' is an original net animation written by Izumi Todo (a pseudonym for the staff of Creator/ToeiAnimation, who are also the minds behind ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' and the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' franchise) and produced by ToeiAnimation Toei Animation with the collaboration of Banpresto which debuted on December 2011 on Website/NicoNicoDouga. From September to December 2012, five additional shorts were released which expanded the setting and characters. After it garnered sufficient attention, a TV series was greenlit for the Fall 2013 anime season. The original ONA series was adapted as a two-volume manga serialized in ''Dengeki Maoh'' from February 2012 to March 2013. Another manga adaptation following the TV series began serialization in November 2013.
4th Feb '18 9:41:30 AM nombretomado
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''Kyousogiga'' is an original net animation written by Izumi Todo (a pseudonym for the staff of Creator/ToeiAnimation, who are also the minds behind ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' and the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' franchise) and produced by ToeiAnimation with the collaboration of Banpresto which debuted on December 2011 on NicoNicoDouga. From September to December 2012, five additional shorts were released which expanded the setting and characters. After it garnered sufficient attention, a TV series was greenlit for the Fall 2013 anime season. The original ONA series was adapted as a two-volume manga serialized in ''Dengeki Maoh'' from February 2012 to March 2013. Another manga adaptation following the TV series began serialization in November 2013.

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''Kyousogiga'' is an original net animation written by Izumi Todo (a pseudonym for the staff of Creator/ToeiAnimation, who are also the minds behind ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' and the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' franchise) and produced by ToeiAnimation with the collaboration of Banpresto which debuted on December 2011 on NicoNicoDouga.Website/NicoNicoDouga. From September to December 2012, five additional shorts were released which expanded the setting and characters. After it garnered sufficient attention, a TV series was greenlit for the Fall 2013 anime season. The original ONA series was adapted as a two-volume manga serialized in ''Dengeki Maoh'' from February 2012 to March 2013. Another manga adaptation following the TV series began serialization in November 2013.
9th Dec '17 11:55:32 AM nombretomado
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It was [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-08-27/discotek-adds-hana-yori-dango-07-ghost-beelzebub-kyousougiga-getter-robo-armageddon-z-x-ignition-karate-master/.92209 licensed for North American release]] by DiscotekMedia, set for a 2016 release.

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It was [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-08-27/discotek-adds-hana-yori-dango-07-ghost-beelzebub-kyousougiga-getter-robo-armageddon-z-x-ignition-karate-master/.92209 licensed for North American release]] by DiscotekMedia, Creator/DiscotekMedia, set for a 2016 release.
30th Jul '17 4:07:51 PM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' meets Buddhist Imagery, more in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=In4YoCWTKiM promo video]] than the actual ONA.
27th Mar '17 6:21:06 AM fruitstripegum
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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Mentioned by [[spoiler: Lady Koto after the credits of ONA so much to Koto's disappointment.]]



* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Mentioned by [[spoiler: Lady Koto after the credits of ONA so much to Koto's disappointment.]]
6th Jan '17 7:48:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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* KissOfLife: [[spoiler:Lady Koto fed the pomegranate to Yakushimaru via mouth-to-mouth]]. It's not really that intimate, though later on Yase teases Myoe and calls him [[FreudWasRight "Oedipus"]].

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* KissOfLife: [[spoiler:Lady Koto fed the pomegranate to Yakushimaru via mouth-to-mouth]]. It's not really that intimate, though later on Yase teases Myoe and calls him [[FreudWasRight "Oedipus"]]."Oedipus".
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