History Characters / Gravitation

22nd Nov '17 6:35:13 AM AndreaTx
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* [[spoiler:PromiscuityAfterRape]]
16th Aug '17 8:48:22 AM SeptimusHeap
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9th Jun '17 12:43:17 AM bt8257
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* IwantMyBelovedToBeHappy: He was willing to give Yuki up when he thought [[spoiler: Ayaka]] would make him happier; it backfired on him because ''she'' was actually testing how hard he would fight for Yuki.

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* IwantMyBelovedToBeHappy: IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: He was willing to give Yuki up when he thought [[spoiler: Ayaka]] would make him happier; it backfired on him because ''she'' was actually testing how hard he would fight for Yuki.
5th Feb '17 6:24:31 AM Morgenthaler
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HideoIshikawa (Japanese), JasonGriffith (English)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HideoIshikawa (Japanese), JasonGriffith Creator/JasonGriffith (English)
5th Feb '17 6:04:21 AM Morgenthaler
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HarunaIkezawa (Japanese), MeganHollingshead (English)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HarunaIkezawa (Japanese), MeganHollingshead Creator/MeganHollingshead (English)
4th Feb '17 11:24:02 AM Morgenthaler
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->'''Voiced by:''' MikiNagasawa

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->'''Voiced by:''' MikiNagasawa
Creator/MikiNagasawa
22nd Sep '16 2:34:37 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* TheSmartGuy



* TheChick: In the Bad Luck + K and Sakano FiveManBand configuration, he is most definitely this.



* HimeCut
26th Aug '16 7:08:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* BareYourMidriff: The stage outfit he wears in the [=TV=] series is the most prominent example, but Murakami didnít start favoring this look until she veered away from his original design basis (Koshi Inaba of Bíz) and TMRevolution became a more dominant influence in Shuichiís look.

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* BareYourMidriff: The stage outfit he wears in the [=TV=] series is the most prominent example, but Murakami didnít start favoring this look until she veered away from his original design basis (Koshi Inaba of Bíz) and TMRevolution Music/TMRevolution became a more dominant influence in Shuichiís look.
12th Jan '16 2:52:32 PM phoenix
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->'''Voiced by:''' YasunoriMatsumoto (Japanese), Daniel Kevin Harrison (English)

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->'''Voiced by:''' YasunoriMatsumoto Creator/YasunoriMatsumoto (Japanese), Daniel Kevin Harrison (English)
3rd Feb '15 12:43:20 AM arachne
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* {{Stripperiffic}}: His performance outfits are sometimes this. Murakami also really likes to put him this type of outfit for the book and chapter covers of the manga. Some are meant to be stage costumes, not all.

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* {{Stripperiffic}}: His performance outfits are sometimes this. Murakami also really likes to put him this type of outfit for the book and chapter covers of the manga. Some are meant to be stage costumes, though not all.



* PaletteSwap: He nearly identical to his brother, but with tan skin and darker hair and eyes. So much so that Shuichi mistakes him for Yuki not once, but ''twice''.

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* PaletteSwap: He is nearly identical to his brother, but with tan skin and darker hair and eyes. So much so that Shuichi mistakes him for Yuki not once, but ''twice''.



* GratuitousEnglish: His dialogue in general is full of random English words and phrases. There's also a rather long conversation between him and Judy that's entirely in, [[Engrish ostensibly]], English (originally; Tokyopop's translation, er, translated it).

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* GratuitousEnglish: His dialogue in general is full of random English words and phrases. There's also a rather long conversation between him and Judy that's entirely in, [[Engrish [[{{Engrish}} ostensibly]], English (originally; Tokyopop's translation, er, translated it).



* TransEqualsGay: Mostly due to Murakami being Japanese and Japanese culture having a poor grasp on gender identity issues. She uses the term ''okama'' to describe herself at one point and Tokyopop chose to translate this as "gay". This terminology used by both Yoshiki herself and the characters to describe her is especially jarring since Yoshiki behaves more or less like a straight woman and not like a gay man at all.

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* TransEqualsGay: Mostly due to Murakami being Japanese and Japanese culture having a poor grasp on gender identity issues. She uses the term ''okama'' to describe herself at one point and Tokyopop chose to translate this as "gay". This The terminology used by both Yoshiki herself and the characters to describe her is especially jarring since Yoshiki behaves more or less like a straight woman and not like a gay man at all.



* OutOfFocus: In the manga. She features prominently in the beginning, while the Shuichi is still in high school, but disappears almost entirely once he graduates and the setting changes.

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* OutOfFocus: In the manga. She features prominently in the beginning, while the Shuichi is and Hiro are still in high school, but disappears almost entirely once he graduates and the setting changes.
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