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26th Mar '18 5:44:08 PM Ninamarie124
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26th Jan '18 6:07:40 AM nanakiro
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* [[{{Bishounen}} Princely hunks]] getting touchy-feely [[[YaoiGuys with each other]] and their [[OtomeGame dreamy-eyed admirers]];

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* [[{{Bishounen}} Princely hunks]] getting touchy-feely [[[YaoiGuys [[YaoiGuys with each other]] and their [[OtomeGame dreamy-eyed admirers]];
26th Jan '18 6:07:25 AM nanakiro
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In Western works, it might serve as a parody of the anime fandom in general, or Western perceptions of Japan. In Japanese works, it might be a jab at OccidentalOtaku [[PoesLaw who seem to actually believe in this]], or lampshaded to emphasize that [[ThisIsReality this particular work is more realistic than that]].

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In Western works, it might serve as a parody of the anime fandom in general, or Western perceptions of Japan. In Japanese works, it might be a jab at OccidentalOtaku [[PoesLaw who seem to actually believe in this]], or lampshaded to emphasize that [[ThisIsReality this particular work is more realistic than that]].
that]]. In some cases, it's used as little more than a Japan-flavored FantasyKitchenSink, no commentary required.


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* [[{{Bishounen}} Princely hunks]] getting touchy-feely [[[YaoiGuys with each other]] and their [[OtomeGame dreamy-eyed admirers]];
26th Jan '18 5:58:16 AM nanakiro
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* ''Roleplay/NoMatterWhatHappensIStillWontBecomeAnAnimeCharacter'' is all about its main character living in Animeland, up to and including the protagonist's [[IJustWantToBeNormal constantly crushed desire]] to be an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent.
26th Jan '18 5:48:36 AM nanakiro
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* ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutio'' takes place in an oldschool Animeland version of Japan, though it fully embraces Showa-era Japanese pop culture as well. [[spoiler: This turns out to actually be a plot point, as that ''is'' Showa-era Japan they're living in.]]

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* ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutio'' takes place in an oldschool Animeland version of Japan, though it fully embraces other aspects of Showa-era Japanese pop culture as well. [[spoiler: This turns out to actually be a plot point, as that ''is'' Showa-era Japan they're living in.]]
26th Jan '18 5:47:50 AM nanakiro
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* ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutio'' takes place in an oldschool Animeland version of Japan, though it fully embraces Showa-era Japanese pop culture as well. [[spoiler: This turns out to actually be a plot point, as that ''is'' Showa-era Japan you're looking at.]]

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* ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutio'' takes place in an oldschool Animeland version of Japan, though it fully embraces Showa-era Japanese pop culture as well. [[spoiler: This turns out to actually be a plot point, as that ''is'' Showa-era Japan you're looking at.they're living in.]]
26th Jan '18 5:46:34 AM nanakiro
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* ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutio'' takes place in an oldschool Animeland version of Japan, though it fully embraces Showa-era Japanese pop culture as well. [[spoiler: This turns out to actually be a plot point, as that ''is'' Showa-era Japan you're looking at.]]
16th Jan '18 7:08:15 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Empire of the Rising Sun faction's military units included psychic {{Magical Girl}}s in SailorFuku, and HumongousMecha, some of which transform, while one of their transformers is based on the iconic Zero Fighter. Their superweapon is a [[Manga/{{Akira}} Psychic]] [[TheTokyoFireball Explosion]], and the engineer is a {{Salaryman}}, standing next to Samurai soldiers and Ninja, as well as longbow-wielding Miko in the expansion. About the only thing missing are naughty tentacles. Oddly enough, The Soviets did have a giant squid in the previous game. ([[RuleThirtyFour You can bet you'll find some fan-art of it if you look hard enough.]])\\\
The Emperor's video briefings help tick any other boxes in the Big Book Of Japanese Clichés: his son wears a kind of samurai armour, he's seen practising sword forms, contemplating a bonsai tree, practising calligraphy, taking tea a lot, mentions a revival of Bushido, tells you to slice through the enemy "like the blade of a [[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]]" and finally declares you "Supreme Shogun".

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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Empire of the Rising Sun faction's military units included psychic {{Magical Girl}}s in SailorFuku, and HumongousMecha, some of which transform, while one of their transformers is based on the iconic Zero Fighter. Their superweapon is a [[Manga/{{Akira}} Psychic]] [[TheTokyoFireball Explosion]], and the engineer is a {{Salaryman}}, standing next to Samurai soldiers and Ninja, as well as longbow-wielding Miko in the expansion. About the only thing missing are naughty tentacles. Oddly enough, The Soviets did have a giant squid in the previous game. ([[RuleThirtyFour You can bet you'll find some fan-art of it if you look hard enough.]])\\\
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The Emperor's video briefings help tick any other boxes in the Big Book Of Japanese Clichés: his son wears a kind of samurai armour, he's seen practising sword forms, contemplating a bonsai tree, practising calligraphy, taking tea a lot, mentions a revival of Bushido, tells you to slice through the enemy "like the blade of a [[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]]" and finally declares you "Supreme Shogun".
6th Jan '18 4:46:25 PM nombretomado
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[[IThoughtThatWas Not be confused with]] the French magazine ''[[http://www.animeland.com/ Animeland]]''

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[[IThoughtThatWas [[JustForFun/IThoughtThatWas Not be confused with]] the French magazine ''[[http://www.animeland.com/ Animeland]]''
26th Apr '17 1:13:43 AM TheKaizerreich
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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Empire of the Rising Sun faction's military units included psychic {{Magical Girl}}s in SailorFuku, and HumongousMecha. Their superweapon is a [[Manga/{{Akira}} Psychic]] [[TheTokyoFireball Explosion]], and the engineer is a {{Salaryman}}. About the only thing missing are naughty tentacles. Oddly enough, The Soviets did have a giant squid in the previous game. ([[RuleThirtyFour You can bet you'll find some fan-art of it if you look hard enough.]])\\\

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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Empire of the Rising Sun faction's military units included psychic {{Magical Girl}}s in SailorFuku, and HumongousMecha. HumongousMecha, some of which transform, while one of their transformers is based on the iconic Zero Fighter. Their superweapon is a [[Manga/{{Akira}} Psychic]] [[TheTokyoFireball Explosion]], and the engineer is a {{Salaryman}}.{{Salaryman}}, standing next to Samurai soldiers and Ninja, as well as longbow-wielding Miko in the expansion. About the only thing missing are naughty tentacles. Oddly enough, The Soviets did have a giant squid in the previous game. ([[RuleThirtyFour You can bet you'll find some fan-art of it if you look hard enough.]])\\\
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