History LightNovel / DirtyPair

2nd Mar '17 10:11:16 AM StFan
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* DistractedByTheSexy: In at least two stories, Kei has thrown an enemy off by flashing her breasts.



** Kei actually flashes some guards as a distraction in one episode of the TV series.

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** In at least two stories, Kei actually flashes some guards as a distraction in one episode of the TV series.has thrown an enemy off by flashing her breasts.
2nd Mar '17 7:53:20 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* DistractedByTheSexy: In at least two stories, Kei has thrown an enemy off by flashing her breasts.
16th Feb '17 5:48:15 PM philipnova798
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* ArtShift: A rather subtle one- episodes 10, 13, 15 and 17 of the 1985 series were outsourced to Creator/StudioGallop (the series' photography subcontractor), resulting in a more cartoony look for the characters than the other episodes.

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* ArtShift: A rather subtle one- episodes 10, 13, 15 15, 17 and 17 24 of the 1985 series were outsourced to Creator/StudioGallop (the series' photography subcontractor), resulting in a more cartoony look for the characters than the other episodes.
14th Feb '17 4:59:15 PM WillKeaton
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Also, starting in March 2010, the {{seinen}} manga magazine Monthly Comic Ryu published an adaptation of the first light novel, ''[[http://www.tokuma.co.jp/ryu/manga/m_dp.html The Great Adventures of the Dirty Pair]]'', which was collected in two volumes. The artist for this version was Hisao Tamaki, who is most famous for the manga adaptation of ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope''.

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Also, starting in March 2010, the {{seinen}} manga magazine Monthly Comic Ryu published an adaptation of the first light novel, ''[[http://www.tokuma.co.jp/ryu/manga/m_dp.html The Great Adventures of the Dirty Pair]]'', Pair,]]'' which was collected in two volumes. The artist for this version was Hisao Tamaki, who is most famous for the manga adaptation of ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope''.



(Original entry text written by Rob Kelk for [[http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/primer/ The Anime Primer]], and used with permission of the author.)

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(Original entry text written by Rob Kelk for [[http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/primer/ The Anime Primer]], Primer,]] and used with permission of the author.)
12th Dec '16 2:49:47 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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Novelist Haruka Takachiho first created the Pair in 1979, in a set of stories published as LightNovels set in the same continuity as his other series ''LightNovel/CrusherJoe'' (which debuted 2 years earlier). The production studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} adapted the stories into a successful action/comedy TV series in 1985, which continued into a movie, an {{OVA}} series, and two feature-length {{OVA}}s. In 1994, the franchise was rebooted as ''Dirty Pair Flash''. Meanwhile, Adam Warren (future author of ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'') and [[LesserStar Toren Smith]] (of translation house Studio Proteus, who left after the first three miniseries) obtained the rights to create an English-original [[{{Animesque}} manga-styled]] ''Dirty Pair'' comic miniseries for Creator/DarkHorseComics, technically based on the original novels instead of the anime. As for the light novels themselves, they continued to be published all the way until ''2007'', when the eighth and final one was finally released.

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Novelist Haruka Takachiho first created the Pair in 1979, in a set series of stories published as LightNovels set in the same continuity as his other series ''LightNovel/CrusherJoe'' (which debuted 2 years earlier). The production studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} adapted the stories into a successful action/comedy TV series in 1985, which continued into a movie, an {{OVA}} series, and two feature-length {{OVA}}s. In 1994, the franchise was rebooted as ''Dirty Pair Flash''. Meanwhile, Adam Warren (future author of ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'') and [[LesserStar Toren Smith]] (of translation house Studio Proteus, who left after the first three miniseries) obtained the rights to create an English-original [[{{Animesque}} manga-styled]] ''Dirty Pair'' comic miniseries for Creator/DarkHorseComics, technically based on the original novels instead of the anime. As for the light novels themselves, they continued to be published all the way until ''2007'', when the eighth and final one was finally released.
12th Dec '16 2:48:34 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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Haruka Takachiho created the Pair in a set of stories published as LightNovels (which were published from 1980-2007), set in the same continuity as his other series ''LightNovel/CrusherJoe'' (which debuted 2 years earlier). The production studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} adapted the stories into a successful action/comedy TV series in 1985, which continued into a movie, an {{OVA}} series, and two feature-length {{OVA}}s. In 1994, the franchise was rebooted as ''Dirty Pair Flash''. Meanwhile, Adam Warren (future author of ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'') and [[LesserStar Toren Smith]] (of translation house Studio Proteus, who left after the first three miniseries) obtained the rights to create an English-original [[{{Animesque}} manga-styled]] ''Dirty Pair'' comic miniseries for Creator/DarkHorseComics, technically based on the original novels instead of the anime.

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Novelist Haruka Takachiho first created the Pair in 1979, in a set of stories published as LightNovels (which were published from 1980-2007), set in the same continuity as his other series ''LightNovel/CrusherJoe'' (which debuted 2 years earlier). The production studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} adapted the stories into a successful action/comedy TV series in 1985, which continued into a movie, an {{OVA}} series, and two feature-length {{OVA}}s. In 1994, the franchise was rebooted as ''Dirty Pair Flash''. Meanwhile, Adam Warren (future author of ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'') and [[LesserStar Toren Smith]] (of translation house Studio Proteus, who left after the first three miniseries) obtained the rights to create an English-original [[{{Animesque}} manga-styled]] ''Dirty Pair'' comic miniseries for Creator/DarkHorseComics, technically based on the original novels instead of the anime.
anime. As for the light novels themselves, they continued to be published all the way until ''2007'', when the eighth and final one was finally released.
12th Dec '16 2:27:34 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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Haruka Takachiho created the Pair in a set of stories published as LightNovels (which continue to be published), set in the same continuity as his other series ''LightNovel/CrusherJoe'' (which debuted 2 years earlier). The production studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} adapted the stories into a successful action/comedy TV series in 1985, which continued into a movie, an {{OVA}} series, and two feature-length {{OVA}}s. In 1994, the franchise was rebooted as ''Dirty Pair Flash''. Meanwhile, Adam Warren (future author of ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'') and [[LesserStar Toren Smith]] (of translation house Studio Proteus, who left after the first three miniseries) obtained the rights to create an English-original [[{{Animesque}} manga-styled]] ''Dirty Pair'' comic miniseries for Creator/DarkHorseComics, technically based on the original novels instead of the anime.

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Haruka Takachiho created the Pair in a set of stories published as LightNovels (which continue to be published), were published from 1980-2007), set in the same continuity as his other series ''LightNovel/CrusherJoe'' (which debuted 2 years earlier). The production studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} adapted the stories into a successful action/comedy TV series in 1985, which continued into a movie, an {{OVA}} series, and two feature-length {{OVA}}s. In 1994, the franchise was rebooted as ''Dirty Pair Flash''. Meanwhile, Adam Warren (future author of ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'') and [[LesserStar Toren Smith]] (of translation house Studio Proteus, who left after the first three miniseries) obtained the rights to create an English-original [[{{Animesque}} manga-styled]] ''Dirty Pair'' comic miniseries for Creator/DarkHorseComics, technically based on the original novels instead of the anime.



Creator/DarkHorseComics is currently publishing translations of the first two light novels. They also published the comics by Adam Warren (after the original publisher Eclipse Comics went out of business), but those are out of print now.

Also, starting in March 2010, the {{seinen}} manga magazine Monthly Comic Ryu published an adaptation of the first light novel, ''[[http://www.tokuma.co.jp/ryu/manga/m_dp.html The Great Adventures of the Dirty Pair,]]'' which was collected in two volumes. The artist for this version was Hisao Tamaki, who is most famous for the manga adaptation of ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope''.

More information about the Dirty Pair, in all of their incarnations, is available at the website [[http://www.elenorecity.com/home.html Tea Time in Elenore City.]]

(Original entry text written by Rob Kelk for [[http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/primer/ The Anime Primer,]] and used with permission of the author.)

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Creator/DarkHorseComics is currently publishing published translations of the first two light novels. They also published the comics by Adam Warren (after the original publisher Eclipse Comics went out of business), but those are out of print now.

Also, starting in March 2010, the {{seinen}} manga magazine Monthly Comic Ryu published an adaptation of the first light novel, ''[[http://www.tokuma.co.jp/ryu/manga/m_dp.html The Great Adventures of the Dirty Pair,]]'' Pair]]'', which was collected in two volumes. The artist for this version was Hisao Tamaki, who is most famous for the manga adaptation of ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope''.

More information about the Dirty Pair, ''Dirty Pair'', in all of their incarnations, is available at the website [[http://www.elenorecity.com/home.html Tea Time in Elenore City.]]

(Original entry text written by Rob Kelk for [[http://robkelk.ottawa-anime.org/primer/ The Anime Primer,]] Primer]], and used with permission of the author.)
17th Aug '16 7:29:19 PM Monolaf317
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* PottyEmergency: Yuri has a case of this in Episode 14. It's implied she doesn't make it.

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* PottyEmergency: Yuri has a case of this in Episode 14. It's implied that she doesn't make it.
17th Jul '16 5:06:33 PM JakesBrain
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* {{Pun}}: There's one episode about an illegal steroid called "Hustle", and those who use the steroid are said to be "Doing the Hustle."

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* {{Pun}}: There's one OVA episode about an illegal steroid called "Hustle", and those who use the steroid are said English dub is unable to be "Doing resist inserting at least one reference to "doing the Hustle."
17th Jul '16 2:09:09 PM Shinr
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%%* AngelsPose

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%%* AngelsPose* AngelsPose: The many BackToBackBadass variants throughout the series, but the most famous one is the one in the EyeCatch, with Kei on the right ready to shoot and Yuri on the left springing to action with a whip.
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