History Anime / MichikoToHatchin

14th Jan '17 7:57:30 AM ACW
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* AscendedToCarnivorism: Episode 6 briefly features a fighting bull [[{{Cannibal}} gobbling a steak]] made from an ex-bull.

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* AscendedToCarnivorism: Episode 6 briefly features a fighting bull [[{{Cannibal}} [[ImAHumanitarian gobbling a steak]] made from an ex-bull.
12th Jan '17 7:05:13 AM PF
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** YMMV, but is worth noting that Hatchin might have just mixed some vodka with her juice when Michiko wasn't looking; the bottle was the closest to her, after all, and she's the one who poured Pepe Lima a drink...
11th Jan '17 3:12:58 PM AmesBurritoStash
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** YMMV, but is worth noting that Hatchin might have just mixed some vodka with her juice when Michiko wasn't looking; the bottle was the closest to her, after all, and she's the one who poured Pepe Lima a drink...
5th Oct '16 11:17:34 AM PF
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...Enter [[SpicyLatina Michiko Malandro]], who recently escaped from 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. [[SouthOfTheBorder Traveling through the fictional country of Diamandra]], 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 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. [[SouthOfTheBorder Traveling through the fictional South American country of Diamandra]], 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.
5th Oct '16 11:04:19 AM PF
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...Enter [[SpicyLatina Michiko Malandro]], who recently escaped from 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 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 Traveling through the fictional country of Diamandra]], 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.
5th Oct '16 10:49:29 AM PF
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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.

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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.it:



* {{Flashback}}: Lots of them.

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* {{Flashback}}: Lots of them.them, most of which involve Michiko's past.



* GroinAttack: Used rather liberally by Michiko whenever male law officials are taking her on (i.e. pretty much every officer in the show who's not Atsuko). Though to be fair, she only tends to use it as a [[CombatPragmatist pragmatic defense tactic]] ([[TruthInTelevision which it is]]), rather than just to be malicious.

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* GroinAttack: Used rather liberally by Michiko whenever male law officials are taking her on (i.e. pretty much every officer in the show who's not Atsuko). Though to be fair, she She only tends to use it as a [[CombatPragmatist pragmatic defense tactic]] ([[TruthInTelevision tactic]], [[TruthInTelevision which it is]]), is]], rather than just to be malicious.
5th Oct '16 10:45:55 AM PF
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''Michiko & Hatchin'' is an {{anime}} series produced by studio Creator/{{Manglobe}}; it marked Sayo Yamamoto's directing debut, which she followed with 2012's ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine''. Coincidentally or not, legendary director Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe handled the music direction for both series.



...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.

The show, released in 2008, was produced by studio Creator/{{Manglobe}}; it marked Sayo Yamamoto's directing debut, which she followed with 2012's ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine''. Coincidentally or not, legendary director Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe handled the music direction for both series.

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 joined Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} block on June 20, 2015.

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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.

The show, released in 2008, was produced by studio Creator/{{Manglobe}}; it marked Sayo Yamamoto's directing debut, which she followed with 2012's ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine''. Coincidentally or not, legendary director Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe handled the music direction for both series.

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 joined aired on Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} block on from June 20, 2015 to December 12, 2015.



* TeenageWasteland: Brazil, for the most part, is crowded with gangs that are made up of or led by children.

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* TeenageWasteland: Brazil, Diamandra, for the most part, is crowded with gangs that are made up of or led by children.
5th Oct '16 7:50:07 AM creader
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* AscendedToCarnivorism: Episode 6 briefly features a fighting bull [[{{Cannibal}} gobbling a steak]] made from an ex-bull.



* 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: 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.reasons.
* AscendedToCarnivorism: Episode 6 briefly features a fighting bull [[{{Cannibal}} gobbling a steak]] made from an ex-bull.



* TeenageWasteland[=/=]KidsAreCruel: Brazil, for the most part, is crowded with gangs that are made up of or led by children.

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* TeenageWasteland[=/=]KidsAreCruel: TeenageWasteland: Brazil, for the most part, is crowded with gangs that are made up of or led by children.



* [[TitleCharacter Title Characters]]
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Michiko and Hatchin switch between these at times, making the line blurred. Michiko dresses in a extremely bold manner and often wears a lot of jewelry (and is, after all, the one who is looking for the man she loves, lending her a somewhat romantic outlook). However, she is [[HiggerTriggerTemper abrasive]] and [[ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer borderline violent]]. In contrast, perceptive and quiet Hatchin could be mistaken for a boy in appearance.

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* [[TitleCharacter Title Characters]]
TitleCharacter: Actually ''two'' of them.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Michiko and Hatchin switch between these at times, making the line blurred. Michiko dresses in a extremely bold manner and often wears a lot of jewelry (and is, after all, the one who is looking for the man she loves, lending her a somewhat romantic outlook). However, she is [[HiggerTriggerTemper [[HairTriggerTemper abrasive]] and [[ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer borderline violent]]. In contrast, perceptive and quiet Hatchin could be mistaken for a boy in appearance.



* XMeetsY:
** This series is a combination of three B's. [[Anime/CowboyBebop Bebop]], Manga/BlackLagoon, and UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}} (the country, not [[Film/{{Brazil}} the completely unrelated movie]]).
** Michiko is [[Anime/CowboyBebop Faye]] meets [[Anime/SamuraiChamploo Mugen]].
** It's also ''Manga/LoneWolfAndCub'' meets ''Film/ThelmaAndLouise''.
9th Sep '16 3:52:21 AM PF
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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Michiko and Hatchin switch between these at times, making the line blurred. Michiko dresses in a extremely bold manner and often wears a lot of jewelry (and is, after all, the one who is looking for the man she loves, lending her a somewhat romantic outlook)... however she is [[HiggerTriggerTemper abrasive]] and [[ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer borderline violent]]. In contrast, perceptive and quiet Hatchin could be mistaken for a boy in appearance.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Michiko and Hatchin switch between these at times, making the line blurred. Michiko dresses in a extremely bold manner and often wears a lot of jewelry (and is, after all, the one who is looking for the man she loves, lending her a somewhat romantic outlook)... however outlook). However, she is [[HiggerTriggerTemper abrasive]] and [[ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer borderline violent]]. In contrast, perceptive and quiet Hatchin could be mistaken for a boy in appearance.
9th Sep '16 12:41:27 AM Miumia
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* ShaggyDogStory: The whole Hiroshi search has a very anti-climatic end, especially when you consider that this plot drives the entire anime. Michiko's whole goal was to find Hiroshi again and give him his daughter, and since she proclaims her love for him for a good part of the series, possibly also get her HappyEnding by meeting him again. When the three of them meet, [[spoiler: Michiko has experienced enough to know that her sole mission was to simply deliver Hatchin to her father. Hatchin, who wasn't exactly excited about meeting the guy in the first place, is abandoned by him again after a few months, when he runs away with another woman (GenreSavvy viewers would've seen this one coming as soon as the clues that Hiroshi was far from an upstanding guy started coming up)]]. Still, from a certain point of view, it was all worth it, as the bond and friendship between the two girls is also the main theme of the series, and is reinforced [[spoiler: when they meet after the TimeSkip at the end]].



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Michiko and Hatchin can switch between these at time.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Michiko and Hatchin can switch between these at time.times, making the line blurred. Michiko dresses in a extremely bold manner and often wears a lot of jewelry (and is, after all, the one who is looking for the man she loves, lending her a somewhat romantic outlook)... however she is [[HiggerTriggerTemper abrasive]] and [[ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer borderline violent]]. In contrast, perceptive and quiet Hatchin could be mistaken for a boy in appearance.
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