History Anime / LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine

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Two theatrical films serve as direct sequels to the series, but shift the focus to other ''Lupin'' characters: ''Anime/GravestoneOfDaisukeJigen'' and ''Anime/GoemonIshikawasSprayOfBlood''.
1st May '17 12:30:48 AM Golondrina
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''Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine'' was a 2012 anime series based on Monkey Punch's [[LongRunner long-running]] ''Franchise/LupinIII'' franchise. Produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and [=Po10tial=], it began airing on NTV on April 4, 2012 as part of a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the completion of the first ''Lupin'' manga. The series focused on the franchise's heroine, Fujiko Miné, as she takes on various missions and encounters other characters in the ''Lupin'' universe. The opening theme was "New Wuthering Heights" by Naruyoshi Kikuchi and Pepe Tormento Azcarar feat. Ichiko Hashimoto, whilst the ending theme was "Duty Friend" by NIKIIE. In addition, music direction was handled by legendary anime director ShinichiroWatanabe.

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''Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine'' was is a 2012 anime series based on Monkey Punch's [[LongRunner long-running]] ''Franchise/LupinIII'' franchise. Produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and [=Po10tial=], it began airing on NTV on April 4, 2012 as part of a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the completion of the first ''Lupin'' manga. The series focused on the franchise's heroine, Fujiko Miné, as she takes on various missions and encounters other characters in the ''Lupin'' universe. The opening theme was "New Wuthering Heights" by Naruyoshi Kikuchi and Pepe Tormento Azcarar feat. Ichiko Hashimoto, whilst the ending theme was "Duty Friend" by NIKIIE. In addition, music direction was handled by legendary anime director ShinichiroWatanabe.
Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe.
30th Apr '17 6:43:06 PM Quag15
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Sayo Yamamoto was the director of the series, making it the first ''Lupin'' title and one of the first anime ''period'' to be directed by a woman. The head writer was also a woman, Mari Okada[[note]] She has helmed a number of well-known anime over the years including ''Manga/BlackButler'', ''LightNovel/{{Toradora}}'', and ''Manga/VampireKnight''[[/note]]. The character designs were handled by Takeshi Koike, best known for the film ''Anime/{{Redline}}'', and opted to eschew the standard Miyazaki-inspired designs of previous decades in favor of a much darker, sketchier aesthetic more in line with Monkey Punch's original comics. ''Fujiko Mine'', unlike previous ''Lupin'' anime adaptations, is also much closer to Monkey Punch's original creation in tone and in the portrayal of Arsène Lupin III. The series is darker, more serious, and more sexually oriented than its predecessors. It's also the first series in which Lupin is not the main protagonist there are many episodes where he does not appear at all.

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Sayo Yamamoto was the director of the series, making it the first ''Lupin'' title and one of the first anime ''period'' to be directed by a woman. The head writer was also a woman, Mari Okada[[note]] She has helmed a number of well-known anime over the years including ''Manga/BlackButler'', ''LightNovel/{{Toradora}}'', and ''Manga/VampireKnight''[[/note]]. The character designs were handled by Takeshi Koike, best known for the film ''Anime/{{Redline}}'', and opted to eschew the standard Miyazaki-inspired designs of previous decades in favor of a much darker, sketchier aesthetic more in line with Monkey Punch's original comics. ''Fujiko Mine'', unlike previous ''Lupin'' anime adaptations, is also much closer to Monkey Punch's original creation in tone and in the portrayal of Arsène Lupin III. The series is darker, more serious, and more sexually oriented than its predecessors. It's also the first series in which Lupin is not the main protagonist there are many some episodes where he does not appear at all.
30th Apr '17 6:12:34 PM Quag15
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** This eventually leads to [[spoiler:Oscar's death]] in "The Feast of Fools".

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** This eventually leads to [[spoiler:Oscar's death]] near-death experience]] in "The Feast of Fools".
30th Apr '17 5:58:37 PM Quag15
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** This eventually leads to [[spoiler:Oscar's near-death experience]] in "The Feast of Fools".

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** This eventually leads to [[spoiler:Oscar's near-death experience]] death]] in "The Feast of Fools".
18th Apr '17 7:24:43 PM Lionheart0
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* DefeatMeansFriendship: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] since the first fight between Lupin and Jigen actually ends in a stalemate. Later episodes will have the two teamup, effectively showing the origin of [[HeterosexualLifePartners their longstanding bromance]].
6th Feb '17 9:52:37 PM _____________
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** One of the owls quotes Hegel in "Ghost Town."

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** One of the owls owlmen quotes Hegel in "Ghost Town."
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* OnceAnEpisode: There is at least one scene in every episode where it shows off Fujiko topless.
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* TheComicallySerious: Goemon is just as stone-faced as ever, which highlights how ridiculous his adventures tend to be.



** Fujiko teaches Goethe in "Prison of Love."



** The dolls that litter the grounds outside the pharmaceutical factory in "Ghost Town" look like they could have been made by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Bellmer Hans Bellmer]].
** One of the owls quotes Hegel in "Ghost Town."



* TheComicallySerious: Goemon is just as stone-faced as ever, which highlights how ridiculous his adventures tend to be.
15th Jan '17 7:59:04 PM SPBurke
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* DeathSeeker: [[spoiler: Cicciolina in the end, to Jigen's bafflement.]]
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