History CelebrityParadox / AnimeAndManga

2nd Jun '18 10:28:01 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Manga/SoreGaSeiyuu'' has an indirect example. Creator/RyokoShiraishi, Creator/RieKugimiya, Creator/YuiHorie and Creator/MasumiAsano all appear despite the fact that they voiced characters on ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'', despite the fact that ''Sore ga Seiyuu!'' is confirmed to take place in the same universe (to make it even weirder, Ryoko Shirashi [[RecursiveCanon is mentioned to be the voice of Hayate]]). Masumi Asano's appearance doubles as a CreatorCameo.

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* ''Manga/SoreGaSeiyuu'' has an indirect example. Creator/RyokoShiraishi, Creator/RieKugimiya, Creator/YuiHorie and Creator/MasumiAsano all appear despite the fact that they voiced characters on ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'', despite the fact that and ''Sore ga Seiyuu!'' is confirmed to take place in the same universe (to make it even weirder, Ryoko Shirashi [[RecursiveCanon is mentioned to be the voice of Hayate]]). Masumi Asano's appearance doubles as a CreatorCameo.
2nd Jun '18 2:03:18 PM rjd1922
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* ''Magazine/ShonenJump'' exists in all Shonen Jump manga that are set in anything resembling the modern world, as well as some worlds that aren't. Manga/DragonBall even goes the LiteraryAgentHypothesis route with this. (Manga/RokudenashiBlues and Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure both feature main characters using Shonen Jump as ImprovisedArmour.)

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* ''Magazine/ShonenJump'' exists in all Shonen Jump ''Shonen Jump'' manga that are set in anything resembling the modern world, as well as some worlds that aren't. Manga/DragonBall ''Manga/DragonBall'' even goes the LiteraryAgentHypothesis route with this. (Manga/RokudenashiBlues (''Manga/RokudenashiBlues'' and Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' both feature main characters using Shonen Jump ''Shonen Jump'' as ImprovisedArmour.)
8th Mar '18 4:37:32 AM Oecchi
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* ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' reveals at one point that the ''original 1973 anime'' exists in the universe of the story. One can only assume it's InNameOnly (which, to be fair, a good number of ''Devilman'' adaptations have been, including the 1973 anime which was considerably LighterAndSofter than the manga).

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* ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' reveals at one point that the ''original 1973 1972 Manga/{{Devilman}} anime'' exists in the universe of the story. One can only assume it's InNameOnly (which, to be fair, a good number of ''Devilman'' adaptations have been, including the 1973 1972 anime which was considerably LighterAndSofter than the manga).
8th Mar '18 4:32:45 AM Oecchi
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* ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' reveals at one point that the ''original manga'' exists in the universe of the story. One can only assume it's InNameOnly (which, to be fair, a good number of ''Devilman'' adaptations have been).

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* ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' reveals at one point that the ''original manga'' 1973 anime'' exists in the universe of the story. One can only assume it's InNameOnly (which, to be fair, a good number of ''Devilman'' adaptations have been).been, including the 1973 anime which was considerably LighterAndSofter than the manga).
7th Mar '18 10:32:34 PM nanakiro
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* ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' makes several references to elements from ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', which prominently features characters based off the Shinsengumi (a group also prominently featured in ''Gintama'') in a dour and much less futuristic Meiji era.

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* ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' tends to run into this problem, partially because of [[AnachronismStew all of history happening before it occurs in their time]], partly because of [[ReferenceOverdosed the sheer number of references the characters make]], and partially because [[NoFourthWall the fourth wall is as thin as the paper on a sliding door]].
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makes several references to elements from ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', which prominently features characters based off the Shinsengumi (a group also prominently featured in ''Gintama'') in a dour and much less futuristic Meiji era.
7th Mar '18 10:25:54 PM nanakiro
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* ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' reveals at one point that the ''original manga'' exists in the universe of the story. One can only assume it's InNameOnly (which, to be fair, a good number of ''Devilman'' adaptations have been).

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* ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' reveals at one point that the ''original manga'' exists in the universe of the story. One can only assume it's InNameOnly (which, to be fair, a good number of ''Devilman'' adaptations have been).been).
* ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' makes several references to elements from ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', which prominently features characters based off the Shinsengumi (a group also prominently featured in ''Gintama'') in a dour and much less futuristic Meiji era.
** Seiyuu example: One chapter has Shinpachi playing ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy''. Several of the voice actors[[note]][[Creator/TomokazuSugita two]] [[Creator/RieKugimiya thirds]] of the main trio voice story characters, for starters[[/note]] have played characters in the game before.
7th Mar '18 7:33:53 PM nanakiro
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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Studio TROYCA is the group behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Winter, when the show was announced, or Spring 2017, when the show actually aired.

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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Studio TROYCA is the group behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Winter, when the show was announced, or Spring 2017, when the show actually aired. Sora Amamiya and Mikako Komatsu also appear in an in-universe press conference thanks to voicing their respective characters (Rui and Celestia) [[ShowWithinAShow in their own series]]. This one is explained away as the characters gaining their voices in the real world world from the actors that portrayed them in adaptations.
16th Feb '18 12:13:19 PM MBG
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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Studio TROYCA is the group behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Winter, when the show was announced, or Spring 2017, when the show actually aired.

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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Studio TROYCA is the group behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Winter, when the show was announced, or Spring 2017, when the show actually aired.aired.
* ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' reveals at one point that the ''original manga'' exists in the universe of the story. One can only assume it's InNameOnly (which, to be fair, a good number of ''Devilman'' adaptations have been).
15th Sep '17 12:04:45 AM nanakiro
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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Studio TROYCA is the group behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Spring 2017, when the show actually aired.

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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Studio TROYCA is the group behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Winter, when the show was announced, or Spring 2017, when the show actually aired.
14th Sep '17 11:59:40 PM nanakiro
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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Creator/{{Troyca}} is the studio behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Spring 2017, when the show actually aired.

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* In ''Anime/ReCreators'', a normal citizen is shown carrying a bag with the ''Anime/AldnoahZero'' logo on it. Creator/{{Troyca}} Studio TROYCA is the studio group behind both series, though the lack of a ''[=Re:CREATORS=]'' existing there can be excused since a good chunk of the action happens around Fall 2016 rather than Spring 2017, when the show actually aired.
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