History Franchise / LupinIII

25th Mar '18 4:30:34 AM darkemyst
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** Combined slightly with SpinOffspring, this forms the premise of the series itself: Lupin from ''Literature/ArseneLupin'', Jigen is Creator/JamesCoburn's character from ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'', Goemon is descended from UsefulNotes/IshikawaGoemon, Fujiko was the DisposableLoveInterest from ''Film/JamesBond'', Zenigata is descended from ''Zenigata Heiji Covers all of Edo''.

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** Combined slightly with SpinOffspring, this forms the premise of the series itself: Lupin from ''Literature/ArseneLupin'', Jigen is Creator/JamesCoburn's character from ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'', ''[[Film/TheMagnificentSeven1960 The Magnificent Seven]]'', Goemon is descended from UsefulNotes/IshikawaGoemon, Fujiko was the DisposableLoveInterest from ''Film/JamesBond'', Zenigata is descended from ''Zenigata Heiji Covers all of Edo''.
5th Feb '18 3:33:42 PM Discar
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* TheKingdom: The franchise occasionally uses this trope, but none qualify quite as well as Creator/HayaoMiyazaki's first feature film…
** ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'': Cagliostro is a Grand Duchy[[labelnote:*]] (in traditional royal parlance, a grand duke was subordinate to a king or emperor, though nowadays this is a distinction without a difference; the only grand duchy left in the real world is UsefulNotes/{{Luxembourg}})[[/labelnote]]. The Grand Duke and his wife died in a massive fire seven years earlier while their only daughter Clarisse was staying at a convent. The [[EvilVizier Count]] lives in his own castle on the opposite end of the duchy and rules as regent. He plans on marrying Clarisse to become regent-for-life and discover the secret of Cagliostro. [[note]] It is also very heavily implied that he orchestrated the Grand Duke's death.[[/note]]
29th Jan '18 11:10:08 PM SgtErytronne
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* TrouserSpace: Lupin likes to hide some of his back-up gadgets in his briefs. Sometimes, his briefs ''are'' the back-up gadget.
** ''Anime/LupinIIICrisisInTokyo'' features Lupin pulling a yo-yo out of his briefs at one point.

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* TrouserSpace: Lupin likes to hide some of his back-up gadgets in his briefs. boxers. Sometimes, his briefs boxers ''are'' the back-up gadget.
** ''Anime/LupinIIICrisisInTokyo'' features Lupin pulling a yo-yo out of his briefs boxers at one point.
17th Aug '17 8:07:51 PM MarkLungo
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* NegativeContinuity: Only the essential elements of the story are ever kept... It's part of the reason why the series has [[LongRunners worked for so long]]. The only lasting changes ever made to the story (the additions of Jigen and Goemon to the cast) occurred very early on in the franchise's history, during the original manga. Since then, the cast of characters has not moved forward an inch in over forty years.

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* NegativeContinuity: Only the essential elements of the story are ever kept... It's part of the reason why the series has [[LongRunners worked for so long]]. The only lasting changes ever made to the story (the additions of Jigen and Goemon to the cast) occurred very early on in the franchise's history, during the original manga. Since then, the cast of characters has not moved forward an inch in over forty 50 years.
6th Jun '17 1:54:18 AM Doryna
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** Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials can spend some of the time Darker, and some of the time Lighter.
** ''Anime/LupinIIIDeadOrAlive'' is the darkest of the Lupin Theatrical Releases, and has the notable honor of Creator/MonkeyPunch working on it.

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** Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials can spend some vary wildly, but ''[[Anime/LupinIIIIslandOfAssassins Island of Assassins]]'' is probably the time Darker, and some of the time Lighter.
darkest to appear so far.
** ''Anime/LupinIIIDeadOrAlive'' is among the darkest of the Lupin Theatrical Releases, and has the notable honor of Creator/MonkeyPunch working on it. it.
** ''Anime/GoemonIshikawasSprayOfBlood'' is the darkest story to appear in any Lupin media so far, with very little levity or humor and tons of BloodierAndGorier to boot.
28th May '17 9:14:38 AM rafi
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* ChaseScene

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* ChaseSceneChaseScene: Tons and tons. Is not a ''Lupin'' story without a chase scene with every possible means of transport.
17th May '17 9:03:55 AM Doryna
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* [[Series/InspectorZenigata Inspector Zenigata]]
2nd Apr '17 6:42:52 AM Ominae
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Has nothing to do with [[Literature/HarryPotter Remus Lupin]], but read ReferencedBy.LupinIII to see what Lupin characters ''are'' related to this franchise. See [[Series/{{Lupin}}]] for a similar work based on the work of [=LeBlanc=].

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Has nothing to do with [[Literature/HarryPotter Remus Lupin]], but read ReferencedBy.LupinIII to see what Lupin characters ''are'' related to this franchise. See [[Series/{{Lupin}}]] [[Series/{{Lupin}} Lupin]] for a similar work based on the work of [=LeBlanc=].
2nd Apr '17 6:42:34 AM Ominae
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Has nothing to do with [[Literature/HarryPotter Remus Lupin]], but read ReferencedBy.LupinIII to see what Lupin characters ''are'' related to this franchise. See [[Series/Lupin]] for a similar work based on the work of [=LeBlanc=].

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Has nothing to do with [[Literature/HarryPotter Remus Lupin]], but read ReferencedBy.LupinIII to see what Lupin characters ''are'' related to this franchise. See [[Series/Lupin]] [[Series/{{Lupin}}]] for a similar work based on the work of [=LeBlanc=].
2nd Apr '17 6:42:22 AM Ominae
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Has nothing to do with [[Literature/HarryPotter Remus Lupin]], but read ReferencedBy.LupinIII to see what Lupin characters ''are'' related to this franchise.

Lupin the 3rd is frequently accompanied by ex-rivals Daisuke Jigen (TheGunslinger) and Goemon Ishikawa XIII ({{Ronin}}). The trio form a CaperCrew, pulling off thefts or acting as a team of {{Adventurer Archaeologist}}s. Fujiko Mine (FemmeFatale) sometimes works for the group, and sometimes against them. The four are chased by Inspector Koichi Zenigata (InterpolSpecialAgent). Read more about the characters at Characters.LupinIII or read about their exploits on one of the following pages:

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Has nothing to do with [[Literature/HarryPotter Remus Lupin]], but read ReferencedBy.LupinIII to see what Lupin characters ''are'' related to this franchise. \n\n See [[Series/Lupin]] for a similar work based on the work of [=LeBlanc=].

Lupin the 3rd is frequently accompanied by ex-rivals Daisuke Jigen (TheGunslinger) and Goemon Ishikawa XIII ({{Ronin}}). The trio form a CaperCrew, pulling off thefts or acting as a team of {{Adventurer Archaeologist}}s. Fujiko Mine (FemmeFatale) sometimes works for the group, and sometimes against them. The four are chased by Inspector Koichi Zenigata (InterpolSpecialAgent).

Read more about the characters at Characters.LupinIII or read about their exploits on one of the following pages:
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