History Characters / LupinIII

8th Feb '16 7:45:24 AM DannyVElAcme
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* NeverBareheaded: He is rarely seen without his fedora. He won't wear it when necessary for a disguise (so few deliverymen or uniformed officers wear fedoras), but will wear it at pretty much any other occasion including while scuba-diving in a rapidly-moving aqueduct.
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* NeverBareheaded: He is rarely seen without his fedora. He won't wear it when necessary for a disguise (so few deliverymen or uniformed officers wear fedoras), but will wear it at pretty much any other occasion including while scuba-diving in a rapidly-moving aqueduct. He also seems to like to place hats on his head that are not his fedora (and sometimes ''on top'' of his fedora!), usually for [[RuleOfFunny comedic effect]], like when he wears Clarisse's crown on top of his fedora in ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'' or a samurai helmet in ''Anime/TheFumaConspiracy''.
8th Feb '16 7:33:05 AM DannyVElAcme
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* LastNameBasis: His first name is rarely mentioned (it's "Kouichi"). Everybody usually refers to him as ''Zenigagta-keibu'' ("Inspector Zenigata"), except for Lupin, who refers to him as ''tottsan'' ("Pops" or "Old Man").
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* LastNameBasis: His first name is rarely mentioned (it's "Kouichi"). Everybody usually refers to him as ''Zenigagta-keibu'' ''Zenigata-keibu'' ("Inspector Zenigata"), except for Lupin, who refers to him as ''tottsan'' ("Pops" or "Old Man").
8th Feb '16 7:30:30 AM DannyVElAcme
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** Newer series, like ''[[Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine The Woman Called Fujiko Mine]]'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/LupinIIITheItalianAdventure The Italian Adventure]]'' lean towards the latter, showing him as a cunning investigator and formidable combatnat. Sure, he never catches Lupin, but that's because Lupin is ''just that good''.
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** Newer series, like ''[[Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine The Woman Called Fujiko Mine]]'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/LupinIIITheItalianAdventure The Italian Adventure]]'' lean towards the latter, showing him as a cunning investigator and formidable combatnat.combatant. Sure, he never catches Lupin, but that's because Lupin is ''just that good''.
7th Feb '16 6:35:47 AM rafi
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* DamselInDistress: Sometimes.
7th Feb '16 6:31:42 AM rafi
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** In the Italian dubs, she's sometimes called Margo.
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** In Weird case in the Italian dubs, she's sometimes dubs. She's called Margo.Margot, but only in the "red jacket" series while remains Fujiko for all the rest.

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** In the Italian dubs, she's sometimes called Margo.* KickingAssInAllHerFinery: She has spent many a gun battle fighting in an evening dress.
5th Feb '16 7:37:07 PM philipnova798
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->'''English Voice Actors:''' Creator/BobBergen (Creator/{{Streamline|Pictures}} dubs), Creator/DavidHayter (Manga/Animaze dub of ''Cagliostro''), Creator/TonyOliver ("Red Jacket" and Geneon dub of ''Mamo''), Creator/SonnyStrait (everything ''Creator/{{Funimation}}'' dubbed), Robin Robertson (''Fuma Conspiracy''), Creator/KeithSilverstein (''Jigen's Gravestone'')
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->'''English Voice Actors:''' Creator/BobBergen (Creator/{{Streamline|Pictures}} dubs), Creator/DavidHayter (Manga/Animaze dub of ''Cagliostro''), Creator/TonyOliver ("Red Jacket" and Geneon dub of ''Mamo''), Creator/SonnyStrait (everything ''Creator/{{Funimation}}'' dubbed), Robin Robertson (''Fuma Conspiracy''), William Dufris (Manga UK dubs), Creator/KeithSilverstein (''Jigen's Gravestone'')

->'''English Voice Actors:''' Creator/SteveBulen (Streamline dubs), Creator/RichardEpcar (Geneon dubs of "Red Jacket" and ''Mamo''), Creator/ChristopherSabat (everything Funimation dubbed), John Snyder (Manga ''Cagliostro'' dub), Sean P. O'Connell (''Fuma Conspiracy'')
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->'''English Voice Actors:''' Creator/SteveBulen (Streamline dubs), Creator/RichardEpcar (Geneon dubs of "Red Jacket" and ''Mamo''), Creator/ChristopherSabat (everything Funimation dubbed), John Snyder (Manga ''Cagliostro'' dub), Sean P. O'Connell (''Fuma Conspiracy'')Conspiracy''), Eric Meyers (Manga UK dubs), Dan Woren (''Jigen's Gravestone'')

->'''English Voice Actors:''' Creator/KirkThornton (Streamline dubs), Michael Gregory (Manga/Animaze dub of ''Cagliostro'')[[note]] This part is traditionally credited to Creator/RichardEpcar, who has publicly claimed it the movie credits are unclear on the issue due to pseudonyms[[/note]], Creator/MikeMcFarland (Funimation dubs), Lex Lang ("Red Jacket" & Geneon dub of ''Mamo''), Mark Franklin (''Fuma Conspiracy'')
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->'''English Voice Actors:''' Creator/KirkThornton (Streamline dubs), dub of ''Mamo''), Michael Gregory (Manga/Animaze dub of ''Cagliostro'')[[note]] This part is traditionally credited to Creator/RichardEpcar, who has publicly claimed it the movie credits are unclear on the issue due to pseudonyms[[/note]], Creator/MikeMcFarland (Funimation dubs), Lex Lang ("Red Jacket" & Geneon dub of ''Mamo''), Mark Franklin (''Fuma Conspiracy'')Conspiracy''), Garrick Hagen (Manga UK dubs)

->'''English Voice Actresses:''' Creator/MichelleRuff (Geneon dubs of "Red Jacket" & ''Mamo'', ''The Woman Named Fujiko Mine''), Meredith [=McCoy=] (all Funimation dubs except ''Fujiko Mine''), Creator/DorothyEliasFahn (Manga dub of ''Cagliostro''), Edie Mirman (Streamline dubs), Michele Seidman (''Fuma Conspiracy''); Creator/CristinaValenzuela (Jigen's Gravestone)
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->'''English Voice Actresses:''' Creator/MichelleRuff (Geneon dubs of "Red Jacket" & ''Mamo'', ''The Woman Named Fujiko Mine''), Meredith [=McCoy=] (all Funimation dubs except ''Fujiko Mine''), Creator/DorothyEliasFahn (Manga dub of ''Cagliostro''), Edie Mirman (Streamline dubs), Michele Seidman (''Fuma Conspiracy''); Conspiracy''), Toni Barry (Manga UK dubs), Creator/CristinaValenzuela (Jigen's Gravestone)(''Jigen's Gravestone'')

->'''English Voice Actors:''' David Povall (Streamline dubs), Kevin Seymour (Manga/Animaze ''Cagliostro'' dub), Dan Martin ("Red Jacket" and Geneon dub of ''Mamo'') Philip Wilburn (all Funimation dubs except ''Fujiko Mine''), Creator/RichardEpcar (''Fujiko Mine''), Marc Matney (''Fuma Conspiracy'')
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->'''English Voice Actors:''' David Povall (Streamline dubs), Kevin Seymour (Manga/Animaze ''Cagliostro'' dub), Dan Martin ("Red Jacket" and Geneon dub of ''Mamo'') Philip Wilburn (all Funimation dubs except ''Fujiko Mine''), Creator/RichardEpcar (''Fujiko Mine''), Mine'' and ''Jigen's Gravestone''), Marc Matney (''Fuma Conspiracy'')Conspiracy''), Sean Barrett (Manga UK dubs)
25th Jan '16 10:58:25 PM thatother1dude
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Both of those statements appear to be untrue.
''Lupin III'' has had many VoiceActors for its characters [[LongRunner over the years]] and across languages due to licensing and budget issues. Because of that, we are listing only the JapaneseVoiceActors here. Each works page has a linked character page that provides the names of all the voice actors for that work.
19th Jan '16 7:43:48 AM crazysamaritan
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* EnemyMine: Zenigata, all the time. * EvenEvilHasStandards: As mentioned above, he's a notorious criminal, he doesn't kill innocents, and will often help out those less fortunate than himself and take down criminals who are guilty of much worse crimes. For instance, an episode of the fourth series has Lupin going undercover at an Italian high school in order to recover a lost diamond. After finding out that several of the teachers are being extorted by local mafia thugs, he engineers a situation that results in the gangsters getting arrested before they can harm their intended victims. Note that this mostly holds true for the animated versions of Lupin, but not his original manga counterpart. * ForgotFlandersCouldDoThat: Lupin's sword skills rarely come up after the Goemon introduction arc in the manga, so when they do get a showcase moment in an anime episode, it's downright astonishing. * FriendlyEnemy: Lupin loves Zenigata like the well meaning and bumbling uncle he never had.
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* EnemyMine: Zenigata, all the time. Inspector Zenigata (because of his dogged pursuit of Lupin and his well-developed sense of justice) is often used as a tool, explicitly or not, to collect villains who find themselves opposing Lupin. * EvenEvilHasStandards: As mentioned above, he's Lupin is a notorious criminal, he doesn't but most of the animated versions of the character refuse to kill innocents, innocents and will often help out those less fortunate than himself and take fortunate. In every incarnation, Lupin takes perverse pleasure in taking down criminals who are guilty of much worse crimes. For instance, an episode of During the fourth series has ''WesternAnimation/LupinIITheItalianAdventure'', Lupin going goes undercover at an Italian high school in order to recover a lost diamond. After finding out that several of the teachers are being extorted by local mafia thugs, he engineers a situation that results in the gangsters getting arrested before they can harm their intended victims. Note that this mostly holds true for the animated versions of Lupin, but not his original manga counterpart.\n * ForgotFlandersCouldDoThat: Lupin's sword skills rarely come up after (one instance was during the Goemon introduction arc in the manga, manga), so when they do get a showcase moment in an anime episode, moment, it's downright astonishing. astonishing. * FriendlyEnemy: Lupin loves Zenigata like the well meaning and bumbling uncle he never had.had, despite Zenigata's endless quest to make Lupin pay for his crimes.
16th Jan '16 6:12:22 PM comicwriter
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: As mentioned above, he's a notorious criminal, he doesn't kill innocents, and will often help out those less fortunate than himself and take down criminals who are guilty of much worse crimes. For instance, an episode of the fourth series has Lupin going undercover at an Italian high school in order to recover a lost diamond. After finding out that several of the teachers are being extorted by local mafia thugs, he engineers a situation that results in the gangsters getting arrested before they can harm their intended victims.
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: As mentioned above, he's a notorious criminal, he doesn't kill innocents, and will often help out those less fortunate than himself and take down criminals who are guilty of much worse crimes. For instance, an episode of the fourth series has Lupin going undercover at an Italian high school in order to recover a lost diamond. After finding out that several of the teachers are being extorted by local mafia thugs, he engineers a situation that results in the gangsters getting arrested before they can harm their intended victims. Note that this mostly holds true for the animated versions of Lupin, but not his original manga counterpart.
16th Jan '16 6:11:47 PM comicwriter
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: As mentioned above, he's a notorious criminal, he doesn't kill innocents, and will often help out those less fortunate than himself and take down criminals who are guilty of much worse crimes. For instance, an episode of the fourth series has Lupin going undercover at an Italian high school in order to recover a lost diamond. After finding out that several of the teachers are being extorted by local mafia thugs, he engineers a situation that results in the gangsters getting arrested before they can harm their intended victims.
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