History BreakingTheFourthWall / AnimeAndManga

14th Feb '18 8:59:54 PM VelvetPierrot
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** The {{Omake}} at the end of one of the {{Filler}} arcs is made entirely of this. It shows Ichigo teleporting back into the main story, at which point Nel asks him if the corporate guys said he could come back. Then Orihime shows up with the corresponding volume of the manga and tells him "go to this scene".
*** It's actually a running gag. At the start of the next filler, Ulquiorra stops his fight with Ichigo and sits down to have a sip of tea. When Ichigo asks why, Ulquiorra tells him that the studio execs will be cutting to something different for a little while. Nel then appears and asks the audience to "just bear with us here." They also ran a similar omake at the end of the filler.
*** And then later in the couple of episodes focusing on the Kakura Rizer team, Ishida pops up, and offers this gem, whilst explaining about various abilities.
--->'''Ishida:''' While in that state, she gains the ability to use several techniques that we can't air on TV.
** During the Hueco Mundo arc, after Mayuri Kurotsuchi's victory against Szayel Aporro Granz, Captain finds his lieutenant and (sort of) daughter Nemu Kurotsuchi lying on the ground without a sign of life. He bends over and... does some unknown, yet very embarrassing actions for anyone who saw them (Renji Abarai and Uryuu Ishida, to be precise). In both manga and anime they ask "which part of those movements involved any kind of healing?!", yet only in the anime Ishida said that those actions were impossible to air on TV. Mayuri not only responded, that those actions were only as perverted as "they" saw them, but also helped in Breaking The Wall. Also during this battle, when Pesche Gautiche reveals his zanpakutou and likens it to Seele Schneider, Uryuu denies the similarities. This leads to Pesche's angered rant about how his "thingy" is "way thicker and more useful than Uryuu's thingy". This soon cuts out to a "Technical difficulties" screen featuring Dondochakka.
** When Noba zips his mask after being approached by Rangiku, Ururu turns to the audience and explains: "He's a little shy."
** During the Zanpakuto unknown tales saga, in one of the episode previews, Ichigo asks why Kenpachi's zanpakto hadn't materialized. The conversation continues with:
--->"Idiot! If Kenpachi's zanpakuto materialized, Soul society would be wiped from existence and the show would be over!"
--->"So the studio stepped in huh?"
--->"Bingo"
** In short, the Bleach anime is fond of breaking the fourth wall. However, it never happens in the manga.
*** With the exception of Aizen's Shikai/Bankai powers. Explicitly that anyone who sees his Bankai falls under the complete hypnosis of his Shikai and the only shinigami not to have seen it is Ichigo. This is fine and all right up until the point where Aizen tricks [[spoiler: Hitsugiya into stabbing Momo.]] Not any of the captains nor [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou the audience themselves]] see or hear Ichigo screaming at Hitsugiya to stop until it's too late.



* The {{Omake}} at the end of one of the {{Filler}} arcs of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is made entirely of this. It shows Ichigo teleporting back into the main story, at which point Nel asks him if the corporate guys said he could come back. Then Orihime shows up with the corresponding volume of the manga and tells him "go to this scene".
** It's actually a running gag. At the start of the next filler, Ulquiorra stops his fight with Ichigo and sits down to have a sip of tea. When Ichigo asks why, Ulquiorra tells him that the studio execs will be cutting to something different for a little while. Nel then appears and asks the audience to "just bear with us here." They also ran a similar omake at the end of the filler.
** And then later in the couple of episodes focusing on the Kakura Rizer team, Ishida pops up, and offers this gem, whilst explaining about various abilities.
--->'''Ishida:''' While in that state, she gains the ability to use several techniques that we can't air on TV.
** During the Hueco Mundo arc, after Mayuri Kurotsuchi's victory against Szayel Aporro Granz, Captain finds his lieutenant and (sort of) daughter Nemu Kurotsuchi lying on the ground without a sign of life. He bends over and... does some unknown, yet very embarrassing actions for anyone who saw them (Renji Abarai and Uryuu Ishida, to be precise). In both manga and anime they ask "which part of those movements involved any kind of healing?!", yet only in the anime Ishida said that those actions were impossible to air on TV. Mayuri not only responded, that those actions were only as perverted as "they" saw them, but also helped in Breaking The Wall. Also during this battle, when Pesche Gautiche reveals his zanpakutou and likens it to Seele Schneider, Uryuu denies the similarities. This leads to Pesche's angered rant about how his "thingy" is "way thicker and more useful than Uryuu's thingy". This soon cuts out to a "Technical difficulties" screen featuring Dondochakka.
** When Noba zips his mask after being approached by Rangiku, Ururu turns to the audience and explains: "He's a little shy."
** During the Zanpakto unknown tales saga, in one of the episode previews, Ichigo asks why Kenpachi's zanpakto hadn't materialized. The conversation continues with:
--->"Idiot! If Kenpachi's zanpakto materialized, Soul society would be wiped from existence and the show would be over!"
--->"So the studio stepped in huh?"
--->"Bingo"
** In short, the Bleach anime is fond of breaking the fourth wall. However, it never happens in the manga.
*** With the exception of Aizen's Shikai/Bankai powers. Explicitly that anyone who sees his Bankai falls under the complete hypnosis of his Shikai and the only shinigami not to have seen it is Ichigo. This is fine and all right up until the point where Aizen tricks [[spoiler: Hitsugiya into stabbing Momo.]] Not any of the captains nor [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou the audience themselves]] see or hear Ichigo screaming at Hitsugiya to stop until it's too late
16th Nov '17 10:00:04 PM Mauserhawkefd3435
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* ''Mission! School breaks the fourth wall throughout the series[[spoiler:EndOfSeriesAwareness especially in the final volume when the main characters tried to save the series from getting cancelled]]
31st Oct '17 8:35:42 AM windynguyen93
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* {{Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng}} plays this every-single-chapter. Breaking the fourth wall is actually the very basis of the manhua.

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* {{Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng}} plays this every-single-chapter. Breaking Keng}}, or My Big Brother's Brain Has A Pit, already crushed its fourth wall within the first few chapters (and constantly crushed it again during the entire length of the series). Seriously, Big Brother breaks the fourth wall is actually the very basis of the manhua.several-times in every-single-chapter.
31st Oct '17 8:25:28 AM windynguyen93
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* {{Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng}} plays this every-single chapter. Breaking the fourth wall is actually the very basis of the manhua.

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* {{Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng}} plays this every-single chapter.every-single-chapter. Breaking the fourth wall is actually the very basis of the manhua.
31st Oct '17 8:24:49 AM windynguyen93
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* {Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng} plays this every-single chapter. Breaking the fourth wall is actually the very basis of the manhua.

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* {Wo {{Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng} Keng}} plays this every-single chapter. Breaking the fourth wall is actually the very basis of the manhua.
31st Oct '17 8:24:21 AM windynguyen93
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* {Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng} plays this every-single chapter. Breaking the fourth wall is actually the very basis of the manhua.
19th Oct '17 4:03:02 PM StFan
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14th Oct '17 6:39:39 AM NVPOWER
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* Gin Ichimaru from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Gin, Aizen, and Tōsen are the last three people to be seen in the Sealed Sword Frenzy OVA. They appear after the credits in the Human world having tea. Gin gets the last speaking role of the OVA, telling the audience to be "careful on your way home." He also does this a lot during his Arrancar Encyclopedia segments in the anime. In fact, you could easily consider Gin to be Bleach's equivalent of Deadpool. Think about it: Both are anti-heroes who work for the villain, but then end up betraying said villain later on(Gin tried to kill Aizen and Deadpool DID try to kill a lot of his employers in the past), Both of them are fourth-wall breakers, Both of them use swords, both of them tend to be happy most of the time and rarely show anger, fear or sadness, both have lots of fangirls, Both of them have Chaotic Neutral tendencies, ect...

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* Gin Ichimaru from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Gin, Aizen, and Tōsen are the last three people to be seen in the Sealed Sword Frenzy OVA. They appear after the credits in the Human world having tea. Gin gets the last speaking role of the OVA, telling the audience to be "careful on your way home." He also does this a lot during his Arrancar Encyclopedia segments in the anime. In fact, you could easily consider Gin to be Bleach's equivalent of Deadpool. Think about it: Both are anti-heroes who work for the villain, but then end up betraying said villain later on(Gin tried to kill Aizen and Deadpool DID try to kill a lot of his employers in the past), Both of them are fourth-wall breakers, Both of them use swords, both of them tend to be happy most of the time and rarely show anger, fear or sadness, both have lots of fangirls, Both of them have Chaotic Neutral ChaoticNeutral tendencies, ect...
14th Oct '17 6:38:57 AM NVPOWER
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* Gin Ichimaru from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Gin, Aizen, and Tōsen are the last three people to be seen in the Sealed Sword Frenzy OVA. They appear after the credits in the Human world having tea. Gin gets the last speaking role of the OVA, telling the audience to be "careful on your way home." He also does this a lot during his Arrancar Encyclopedia segments in the anime.

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* Gin Ichimaru from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Gin, Aizen, and Tōsen are the last three people to be seen in the Sealed Sword Frenzy OVA. They appear after the credits in the Human world having tea. Gin gets the last speaking role of the OVA, telling the audience to be "careful on your way home." He also does this a lot during his Arrancar Encyclopedia segments in the anime. In fact, you could easily consider Gin to be Bleach's equivalent of Deadpool. Think about it: Both are anti-heroes who work for the villain, but then end up betraying said villain later on(Gin tried to kill Aizen and Deadpool DID try to kill a lot of his employers in the past), Both of them are fourth-wall breakers, Both of them use swords, both of them tend to be happy most of the time and rarely show anger, fear or sadness, both have lots of fangirls, Both of them have Chaotic Neutral tendencies, ect...
14th Oct '17 6:21:48 AM NVPOWER
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* Gin Ichimaru from ''Anime/Bleach''. Gin, Aizen, and Tōsen are the last three people to be seen in the Sealed Sword Frenzy OVA. They appear after the credits in the Human world having tea. Gin gets the last speaking role of the OVA, telling the audience to be "careful on your way home." He also does this a lot during his Arrancar Encyclopedia segments in the anime.

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* Gin Ichimaru from ''Anime/Bleach''.''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Gin, Aizen, and Tōsen are the last three people to be seen in the Sealed Sword Frenzy OVA. They appear after the credits in the Human world having tea. Gin gets the last speaking role of the OVA, telling the audience to be "careful on your way home." He also does this a lot during his Arrancar Encyclopedia segments in the anime.
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