History Anime / MichikoToHatchin

13th Apr '18 10:09:38 AM PF
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* AerithAndBob: Michiko, Hiroshi -- Maria, Pedro... Also, Hatchin's actual name is "Hana", which can be both Japanese and Western. This is subverted due to Diamandra's source of inspiration, Brazil, having the highest concentration of Japanese people in a single country. Besides Japan, of course.
* AllJustADream: It turns out that the scene where Hatchin [[spoiler:fought back against her abusive foster siblings was this.]]

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* AerithAndBob: Michiko, Hiroshi -- Maria, Pedro... Also, Hatchin's actual name is "Hana", which can be both Japanese and Western. This is subverted due to Diamandra's source of inspiration, Brazil, having the highest concentration of Japanese people in a single country. Besides country besides Japan, of course.
* AllJustADream: It turns out that the scene where Hatchin [[spoiler:fought [[spoiler:fights back against her abusive foster siblings was is this.]]



** Dub-wise, for some reason, Michiko speaks with something of a New-Yorkish sort of accent.

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** Dub-wise, Dub wise, Michiko, for some reason, Michiko speaks with something of a New-Yorkish sort of accent.



* ArtisticLicenseReligion: Hana's foster father, Pedro, seems to be a Catholic priest and he has a wife and children. In real life, Catholic priests can't marry or have children for many theological and canonical reasons.[[note]]Technically, Catholic priests ''can'' be married if they are Byzantine Rite (unlikely here, since Pedro wears Latin-Rite robes and the series takes place in Latin America, not Eastern Europe) or "grandfathered in" through converting from another denomination that ordains married men, like Anglicanism. Given that the Anglican Church is featured prominently in anime, this could be the case. [[/note]]

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* ArtisticLicenseReligion: Hana's foster father, Pedro, seems to be a Catholic priest and he has a wife and children. In real life, Catholic priests can't marry or have children for many theological and canonical reasons.[[note]]Technically, Catholic priests ''can'' be married if they are Byzantine Rite (unlikely here, since Pedro wears Latin-Rite robes and the series takes place in Latin America, not Eastern Europe) or "grandfathered in" through converting from another denomination that ordains married men, like Anglicanism. Given that the Anglican Church is featured prominently in anime, this could be the case. [[/note]]



* BabiesEverAfter: During the DistantFinale, [[spoiler: it is revealed that Hatchin got knocked up by a man who ditched her after three months]]. She seems happy with [[spoiler: her son]] though.

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* BabiesEverAfter: During the DistantFinale, [[spoiler: it [[spoiler:it is revealed that Hatchin got knocked up by a man who ditched her after three months]]. She seems happy with [[spoiler: her son]] [[spoiler:her baby]] though.



* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The series ends with Hiroshi running off with another woman, and Hatchin's husband abandoning her, leaving her to raise her infant son alone. However, Hatchin doesn't seem too bothered about it. At least at the end, Michiko is either released from prison or escapes again, and reunites with Hatchin.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The series ends with Hiroshi running off with another woman, and the father of Hatchin's husband baby abandoning her, leaving her to raise her infant son alone.them. However, Hatchin doesn't seem too bothered about it. At least at the end, Michiko is either released from prison or escapes again, and reunites with Hatchin.]]



* DrunkOnMilk: Hatchin at one point drinks some juice, which makes her very drunk. Michiko lampshades it when she realizes this. Falls into FridgeBrilliance and FridgeHorror when you realize that due to the neglect, Hatchin has never had juice or sugar and her body can't handle it:

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* DrunkOnMilk: Hatchin at one point drinks some juice, which makes her very drunk. Michiko lampshades it when she realizes this. Falls into FridgeBrilliance and FridgeHorror when you realize that due to the neglect, Hatchin has never had juice or sugar and her body can't handle it:



* FreakOut: [[spoiler: Hatchin]] in Episode 7, combined shortly after with TookALevelInBadass.

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* FreakOut: [[spoiler: Hatchin]] [[spoiler:Hatchin]] in Episode 7, combined shortly after with TookALevelInBadass.



** [[spoiler: Played straight with Hatchin and her son.]]

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** [[spoiler: Played [[spoiler:Played straight with Hatchin and her son.baby.]]



* {{Jerkass}}: [[spoiler: The father of his and Hatchin's daughter. He left after three months. Doesn't even bother to even visit his own kid.]]

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* {{Jerkass}}: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The father of his and Hatchin's daughter.baby. He left after three months. Doesn't even bother to even visit his own kid.]]



** [[spoiler: Hatchin's birth mother.]]
** Hatchin's [[spoiler:baby son.]] Futhermore, the identity of [[spoiler:the father isn't revealed.]]

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** [[spoiler: Hatchin's [[spoiler:Hatchin's birth mother.]]
** Hatchin's [[spoiler:baby son.]] [[spoiler:baby]]. Futhermore, the identity of [[spoiler:the father isn't revealed.]]



* RockThemeNaming: The country is called Diamandra, as in 'diamond', and the cities are named after other gemstones.

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* RockThemeNaming: The country is called Diamandra, as in 'diamond', "diamond", and the cities are named after other gemstones.



* TheStarscream: [[spoiler: Shinsuke becomes this to Satoshi.]]

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* TheStarscream: [[spoiler: Shinsuke [[spoiler:Shinsuke becomes this to Satoshi.]]



** Just who is [[spoiler: Hatchin's mother]]?

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** Just who is [[spoiler: Hatchin's [[spoiler:Hatchin's mother]]?



* WithMyHandsTied: Combined with the above mentioned {{crowning moment of awesome}}.

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* WithMyHandsTied: Combined Michiko is able to rescue Nei while they're tied up with the above mentioned {{crowning moment of awesome}}.her ''teeth''.
12th Dec '17 9:21:03 PM CommanderVisor
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* AerithAndBob: Michiko, Hiroshi -- Maria, Pedro... Also, Hatchin's actual name is "Hana", which can be both Japanese and Western. This is subverted due to Brazil having the highest concentration of Japanese people in a single country. Besides Japan, of course.

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* AdultsAreUseless: The visitation officer is friendly with Hana's fosters instead of being strictly there on business, which allows them to easily cover up their abuse of Hana. Hana doesn't bother trying to tell him what's really going on because of this, which will only result in more abuse after he doesn't do anything.
* AerithAndBob: Michiko, Hiroshi -- Maria, Pedro... Also, Hatchin's actual name is "Hana", which can be both Japanese and Western. This is subverted due to Brazil Diamandra's source of inspiration, Brazil, having the highest concentration of Japanese people in a single country. Besides Japan, of course.



* AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: At the very end of the DistantFinale, Hatchin reunites with Michiko and they begin another journey. After reuniting, the former asks "How far are we going to go this time?"]]

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* AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: At [[spoiler:At the very end of the DistantFinale, Hatchin reunites with Michiko and they begin another journey. After reuniting, the former asks "How far are we going to go this time?"]]
12th Dec '17 6:03:31 AM PF
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** The cooking of omelettes. Hatchin cooks omelettes for her foster family at the beginning, then cooks for [[spoiler:her baby daughter]] at the end.

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** The cooking of omelettes. Hatchin cooks omelettes for her foster family at the beginning, then cooks for [[spoiler:her baby daughter]] baby]] at the end.
11th Dec '17 6:20:55 PM CommanderVisor
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* ThemeMusicAbandonment: The final episode does not play the opening theme.



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-->''Where will we go next, Michiko?''
11th Dec '17 6:17:23 PM CommanderVisor
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* BookEnds: The cooking of omelettes.

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* BookEnds: BookEnds:
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The cooking of omelettes.omelettes. Hatchin cooks omelettes for her foster family at the beginning, then cooks for [[spoiler:her baby daughter]] at the end.
** In the first episode, Hatchin briefly runs away from home into the middle of nowhere and imagines crossing paths with a truck, whose driver is her father come to rescue her and whisk her away. [[spoiler:In the last episode, Hatchin decides to meet Michiko in the middle of nowhere, driving to her destination with a truck, wanting to travel with her surrogate mother again.]]
11th Dec '17 6:12:59 PM CommanderVisor
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Several episodes were done in conjunction with Creator/StudioBones,[[note]]Episode 3[[/note]] Creator/StudioGainax,[[note]]Episode 8[[/note]] and Creator/{{Xebec}}.[[note]]Episodes 7 & 9[[/note]] Creator/FUNimation has licensed the show alongside ''The Woman Called Fujiko Mine'' and both are available for viewing on Creator/{{Hulu}}. It was released in the U.S. in September 2013. The show also aired on Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} block from June 20, 2015 to December 12, 2015.

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Several episodes were done in conjunction with Creator/StudioBones,[[note]]Episode 3[[/note]] Creator/StudioGainax,[[note]]Episode 8[[/note]] and Creator/{{Xebec}}.[[note]]Episodes 7 & 9[[/note]] Creator/FUNimation has licensed the show alongside ''The ''[[Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine The Woman Called Fujiko Mine'' Mine]]'', and both are available for viewing on Creator/{{Hulu}}. It was released in the U.S. in September 2013. The show also aired on Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} block from June 20, 2015 to December 12, 2015.



!!Tropes:

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!!Tropes:
!!Tropes in this anime include;
29th Sep '17 7:39:08 PM staticat09
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* ArtisticLicenseReligion: Hana's foster father, Pedro, seems to be a Catholic priest and he has a wife and children. In real life, Catholic priests can't marry or have children for many theological and canonical reasons.

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* ArtisticLicenseReligion: Hana's foster father, Pedro, seems to be a Catholic priest and he has a wife and children. In real life, Catholic priests can't marry or have children for many theological and canonical reasons.[[note]]Technically, Catholic priests ''can'' be married if they are Byzantine Rite (unlikely here, since Pedro wears Latin-Rite robes and the series takes place in Latin America, not Eastern Europe) or "grandfathered in" through converting from another denomination that ordains married men, like Anglicanism. Given that the Anglican Church is featured prominently in anime, this could be the case. [[/note]]
18th Aug '17 2:14:41 PM GGCrono
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->''"The only problem...I have no idea who she is!"''

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->''"The only problem... I have no idea who she is!"''
28th Jul '17 5:55:36 AM SonSon
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** Moreno's means "blacks" or "dark-haired ones" in Spanish.

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** Moreno's Morenos means "blacks" "dark-skinned ones" or "dark-haired ones" in Portuguese and Spanish.
23rd Jul '17 12:21:38 AM PF
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* FourEyesZeroSoul: Hatchin's adoptive family is a quartet of bespectacled bastards.

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* FourEyesZeroSoul: Hatchin's adoptive foster family is a quartet of bespectacled bastards.



** {{Implied}} to have been the relationship between Michiko and Atsuko.

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** {{Implied}} {{Implied|Trope}} to have been the relationship between Michiko and Atsuko.



* MsFanservice: Michiko, she often wears clothes that show off a lot of her skin and not to mention the many moments of her shirtless.

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* MsFanservice: Michiko, she Michiko. She often wears clothes that show off a lot of her skin and not to mention the many moments of her shirtless.



** Hiroshi gets one in episode 5. Although he got one naturally after being hit on his nose, he gets another when Michiko is close to him.



** Hiroshi gets one too in episode 5. Although he got one naturally after being hit on his nose, he gets another when Michiko is close to him.
* NowThatsUsingYourTeeth: Michiko, combining it with a {{crowning moment of awesome}}.

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** Hiroshi gets one too in episode 5. Although he got one naturally after being hit on his nose, he gets another when Michiko is close to him.
* NowThatsUsingYourTeeth: Michiko, combining it with a {{crowning moment of awesome}}.Michiko does this in order to save Nei's life.
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