History Anime / MichikoToHatchin

18th Aug '16 8:34:56 AM BattleMaster
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* CrapsackWorld: Diamandra is an ''incredibly'' unforgivable country. Most people tend to live in squalor or rely on crime and violence to make ends meet, children are hurt and taken advantage of like it's normal, and the average citizen tends to be a Jerkass, or much, much worse. Sometimes it feels like Michiko and Hatchin's journey is more of a 22 episode lesson in HumansAreBastards.

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* CrapsackWorld: Diamandra is an ''incredibly'' unforgivable country. Most people tend to live in squalor or rely on crime and violence to make ends meet, children are hurt and taken advantage of like it's normal, and the average citizen tends to be a Jerkass, or much, much worse. Sometimes it feels like Michiko and Hatchin's journey is more of a 22 episode lesson in HumansAreBastards. It says something about how awful everything is when Michiko's completely incompetent and borderline abusive attempts to be a mother for Hatchin are heartwarming by comparison to everything else that happens.
18th Aug '16 8:28:18 AM BattleMaster
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* ArtisticLicenseReligion / AnimeCatholicism: 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 / AnimeCatholicism: Hana's foster father, Pedro, seems to be a catholic Catholic priest and he has a wife and children. In real life, catholic Catholic priests can't marry or have children for many theological and canonical reasons.


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* BrainBleach: Hatchin's reaction whenever Michiko starts talking about sex.
18th May '16 10:32:34 PM CommanderVisor
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* RockThemeNaming: The country is called Diamandra, as in 'diamond', and the cities are named after other gemstones.
15th May '16 6:08:15 PM WillBGood
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...Enter [[SpicyLatina Michiko Malandro]], who recently escaped from Diamandra, a hellish high-security prison, and literally crashes into Hana's life on a scooter. With nothing in common but a man who may be dead named Hiroshi Morenos, who's Michiko's former lover and possibly Hana's father, the two embark on a wild trip through the countryside. Traveling through a [[SouthOfTheBorder South America/Brazil]] pastiche where everyone has Japanese given names, they encounter gangs, are pursued by the police, and [[OddCouple learn to appreciate each other]]--just a little bit.

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...Enter [[SpicyLatina Michiko Malandro]], who recently escaped from Diamandra, a hellish high-security prison, and literally crashes into Hana's life on a scooter. With nothing in common but a man who (who may be dead dead) named Hiroshi Morenos, Morenos-- who's Michiko's former lover and possibly Hana's father, father-- the two embark on a wild trip through the countryside. Traveling through a [[SouthOfTheBorder South America/Brazil]] pastiche where everyone has Japanese given names, they encounter gangs, are pursued by the police, and [[OddCouple learn to appreciate each other]]--just a little bit.
13th Apr '16 2:30:39 PM Crino37
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* ArtisticLicenseReligion: Hana's foster father, Pedro, seems to be [[AnimeCatholicism|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: ArtisticLicenseReligion / AnimeCatholicism: Hana's foster father, Pedro, seems to be [[AnimeCatholicism|a a catholic priest]] 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.
13th Apr '16 2:30:03 PM Crino37
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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 [[AnimeCatholicism|a catholic priest 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.
13th Apr '16 2:27:54 PM Crino37
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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.
22nd Dec '15 5:01:01 AM PF
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* AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: At the very end of the DistantFinale, Hatchin reunites with Michiko and they begin another journey. "How far are we going to go this time?]]

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* 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?]]time?"]]
21st Dec '15 1:10:11 PM ChaoticNovelist
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*AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: At the very end of the DistantFinale, Hatchin reunites with Michiko and they begin another journey. "How far are we going to go this time?]]
13th Dec '15 2:00:18 AM spoonofevil
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* 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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