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29th Jan '16 12:27:59 AM Orangeninja101
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** It's later revealed that [[spoiler:Isshin Kurosaki was originally known as Isshin Shiba, and was the Captain of the Tenth Division before Toshiro was]]. This makes the fact that Toshiro and Rangiku were sitting in [[spoiler: their former Captain's household]], basically just chilling, hilarious.
25th Jan '16 11:51:22 AM Willbyr
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** More importantly is Miyano's when voicing Kiba from WolfsRain, when confronting Tsume for the first time. Tsume lets Kiba know that he has issues with his killing, but Kiba replies, "'''What's wrong with killing?'''" Then, Tsume tried to explain that killing is against the rules for the city, and which word does Kiba use to describe those rules? '''ROTTEN!''' In addition, how many letters in Kiba's name have to be changed to get Light's world-wide alias?
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** More importantly is Miyano's when voicing Kiba from WolfsRain, ''Anime/WolfsRain'', when confronting Tsume for the first time. Tsume lets Kiba know that he has issues with his killing, but Kiba replies, "'''What's wrong with killing?'''" Then, Tsume tried to explain that killing is against the rules for the city, and which word does Kiba use to describe those rules? '''ROTTEN!''' In addition, how many letters in Kiba's name have to be changed to get Light's world-wide alias?
18th Jan '16 4:31:33 PM Willbyr
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* Back at the end of the 90's when [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] still published their English manga releases as monthly comics, at the end of one ''DragonBallZ'' issue in a letters column one reader says that they far prefer DBZ over Anime/{{Pokemon}} and Franchise/SailorMoon. Viz recommends the reader try Pokémon (since they had the English license to the manga as well as the home video rights to the anime) but agrees about Sailor Moon (which they didn't have the license for). Flashforward to 2014 and Viz now has the English license to the Sailor Moon anime.
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* Back at the end of the 90's when [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] still published their English manga releases as monthly comics, at the end of one ''DragonBallZ'' ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' issue in a letters column one reader says that they far prefer DBZ over Anime/{{Pokemon}} and Franchise/SailorMoon. Viz recommends the reader try Pokémon (since they had the English license to the manga as well as the home video rights to the anime) but agrees about Sailor Moon (which they didn't have the license for). Flashforward to 2014 and Viz now has the English license to the Sailor Moon anime.
13th Jan '16 11:49:06 PM ZombieAladdin
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** In Part 7, one character has the ability to control a pack of raptor dinosaurs. That raptor packs can be trained to follow orders from a human is a central plot point of ''Film/JurassicWorld''.
4th Jan '16 12:35:53 PM Willbyr
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* One of the quotes describing Creator/NorioWakamoto is [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} "God exists and he is Japanese"]]. Come the anime version of ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', he ends up voicing Deus, God of Time and Space.
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* One of the quotes describing Creator/NorioWakamoto is [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} "God exists and he is Japanese"]]. Come the anime version of ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', ''Manga/FutureDiary'', he ends up voicing Deus, God of Time and Space.
1st Jan '16 9:13:22 PM nombretomado
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** In the episode "Holiday at Aopulco," the Who's That Pokémon?, a eyecatch bumper showing a different Pokémon each time, turns out to be Brutella, the main villain of that episode. 15 years later, in episode 10 of the anime "SmilePrettyCure"[[note]] the episode where the villains go to the human world for Akane's okonominayaki[[/note]], the second eyecatch (usually showing the team mascot Candy one being a different outfit or background) turned out to be the main monster of the series, an Akanbe!
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** In the episode "Holiday at Aopulco," the Who's That Pokémon?, a eyecatch bumper showing a different Pokémon each time, turns out to be Brutella, the main villain of that episode. 15 years later, in episode 10 of the anime "SmilePrettyCure"[[note]] ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure''[[note]] the episode where the villains go to the human world for Akane's okonominayaki[[/note]], the second eyecatch (usually showing the team mascot Candy one being a different outfit or background) turned out to be the main monster of the series, an Akanbe!
29th Dec '15 8:40:55 PM Willbyr
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* Back at the end of the 90's when [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] still published their English manga releases as monthly comics, at the end of one ''DragonBallZ'' issue in a letters column one reader says that they far prefer DBZ over {{Pokemon}} and Franchise/SailorMoon. Viz recommends the reader try Pokémon (since they had the English license to the manga as well as the home video rights to the anime) but agrees about Sailor Moon (which they didn't have the license for). Flashforward to 2014 and Viz now has the English license to the Sailor Moon anime.
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* Back at the end of the 90's when [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] still published their English manga releases as monthly comics, at the end of one ''DragonBallZ'' issue in a letters column one reader says that they far prefer DBZ over {{Pokemon}} Anime/{{Pokemon}} and Franchise/SailorMoon. Viz recommends the reader try Pokémon (since they had the English license to the manga as well as the home video rights to the anime) but agrees about Sailor Moon (which they didn't have the license for). Flashforward to 2014 and Viz now has the English license to the Sailor Moon anime.
22nd Dec '15 4:48:48 PM MoonlightBomber
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* In ''VisualNovel/EfAFairyTaleOfTheTwo'', [[http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/151/miyakodango.jpg Miyako holds a phone card with an illustration]] that resembles [[VisualNovel/{{Clannad}} Dango Daikazoku]]. Both Miyako and Nagisa would be voiced later in English by Creator/LuciChristian, as the two visual novel adaptations originally aired in Japan in 2007.
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* In ''VisualNovel/EfAFairyTaleOfTheTwo'', [[http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/151/miyakodango.[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/miyakodango.jpg Miyako holds a phone card with an illustration]] that resembles [[VisualNovel/{{Clannad}} Dango Daikazoku]]. Both Miyako and Nagisa would be voiced later in English by Creator/LuciChristian, as the two visual novel adaptations originally aired in Japan in 2007.
4th Nov '15 3:29:38 AM killikim
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* ''Manga/RealAccount'' is a horror manga set where the characters is pulled into the social network app of the same name. It gets get both frightning and bloody hilarious when Creator/{{Nintendo}} announces their first social networking app Miitomo which has strangely many similarities to [=[[InseriesNickname ReAca]]=]…
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* ''Manga/RealAccount'' is a horror manga set where the characters is pulled into the social network app of the same name. It gets get both frightning and bloody hilarious when Creator/{{Nintendo}} announces their first social networking app Miitomo which has strangely many similarities to [=[[InseriesNickname ReAca]]=]…[[InseriesNickname ReAca]]…
4th Nov '15 3:28:02 AM killikim
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* ''Manga/RealAccount'' is a horror manga set where the characters is pulled into the social network app of the same name. It gets get both frightning and bloody hilarious when Creator/{{Nintendo}} announces their first social networking app Miitomo which has strangely many similarities to [=[[InseriesNickname ReAca]]=]…
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