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28th Jul '17 9:19:51 PM thatmadork
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* ''[[Anime/KazemakaseTsukikageRan Tsukikage Ran]]'' features a pair of young, attractive, asskicking female vagabonds wandering feudal Japan and having adventures.

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* ''[[Anime/KazemakaseTsukikageRan Tsukikage Ran]]'' features is a show chronicling the adventures of a pair of young, attractive, asskicking female vagabonds wandering feudal Japan together. Meow is a cheerful Chinese martial artist looking for merriment and having adventures.goodwill, while Ran is a snarky dark-haired {{Ronin}} going wherever she can find good sake. Much of the show's humour comes from the two distinct personalities clashing and how they deal with the situations that arise each episode.
16th Jul '17 3:48:26 PM rjd1922
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* Komaru Naegi and Toko Fukawa in ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls''.

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* In ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls'', Komaru Naegi Naegi, a friendly but emotionally fragile OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent, and Toko Fukawa in ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls''.Fukawa, the Ultimate Writing Prodigy who is a SourOutsideSadInside {{loner|s are freaks}} but is stronger than Komaru.
16th Jul '17 3:41:02 PM rjd1922
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* Komaru Naegi and Toko Fukawa in ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls''.
3rd Jul '17 5:19:15 PM FordPrefect
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* While Jungle Jack and Double Kong([[Wrestling/FightingOperaHustle and its variants]]) are Wrestling/AjaKong's most successful tag teams, her pairing in Oz Academy with Hiroyo Matsumoto is likely her most successful team that qualifies for this trope. Aja Kong is a [[{{Acrofatic}} large]], [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown often overly brutal]], {{no sell}}ing, {{fac|ial markings}}e painted, {{delinquent hair}}ed, {{trash talk}}ing [[WrestlingMonster monster]] who is also prone to dirty cheats involving folding chairs and nunchucks. Hiroyo Matsumoto is well made up, almost always smiling and much smaller. He wrestling style is much more traditional and her cheats slide more toward experimental pranks than unfair advantages or intent to cause unnecessary harm.

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* While Jungle Jack and Double Kong([[Wrestling/FightingOperaHustle Kong ([[Wrestling/FightingOperaHustle and its variants]]) are Wrestling/AjaKong's most successful tag teams, her pairing in Oz Academy with Hiroyo Matsumoto is likely her most successful team that qualifies for this trope. Aja Kong is a [[{{Acrofatic}} large]], [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown often overly brutal]], {{no sell}}ing, {{fac|ial markings}}e painted, {{delinquent hair}}ed, {{trash talk}}ing [[WrestlingMonster monster]] who is also prone to dirty cheats involving folding chairs and nunchucks. Hiroyo Matsumoto is well made up, almost always smiling and much smaller. He Her wrestling style is much more traditional and her cheats slide more toward experimental pranks than unfair advantages or intent to cause unnecessary harm.
21st May '17 11:04:33 AM nombretomado
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* While not the main characters of ''Series/DoctorWho'', Vastra and Jenny [[HeroOfAnotherStory count]], given that they're [[InterspeciesRomance interspecies]] lesbian detectives who fight crime in [[VictorianBritain Victorian London]]. Eventually, though, [[SixthRanger Strax]] [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy the Sontaran]] joins the group, turning the situation into TwoGirlsAndAGuy.

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* While not the main characters of ''Series/DoctorWho'', Vastra and Jenny [[HeroOfAnotherStory count]], given that they're [[InterspeciesRomance interspecies]] lesbian detectives who fight crime in [[VictorianBritain [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain Victorian London]]. Eventually, though, [[SixthRanger Strax]] [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy the Sontaran]] joins the group, turning the situation into TwoGirlsAndAGuy.
27th Apr '17 9:46:42 AM MyFinalEdits
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Female [[BuddyCopShow buddy-shows]] are rather widespread, especially in {{anime}}. This trope refers to adventure series starring two rather competent women with [[TheyFightCrime contrasting personalities]] -- compare with BettyAndVeronica, RedOniBlueOni, TomboyAndGirlyGirl, LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine, and BifauxnenAndLadette. They're usually not romantically involved with each other and generally are JustFriends. In recent years, however, it has become difficult to avoid this implication, and a few shows keep enough {{subtext}} to placate [[YuriFan such fans]] or outright [[MoeCouplet encourage it]].

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Female [[BuddyCopShow buddy-shows]] are rather widespread, especially in {{anime}}. This trope refers to adventure series starring two rather competent women with [[TheyFightCrime contrasting personalities]] -- compare with BettyAndVeronica, RedOniBlueOni, TomboyAndGirlyGirl, LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine, and BifauxnenAndLadette. They're usually not romantically involved with each other and generally are JustFriends. In recent years, however, it has become difficult to avoid this implication, and a few shows keep enough {{subtext}} to placate [[YuriFan such fans]] or outright [[MoeCouplet encourage it]].
Subtext regarding otherwise may be present, though.



* ''Hyperdoll''.

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* ''Manga/SugarSugarRune''

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26th Apr '17 8:09:34 PM AzureVentis
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* In ''Webcomic/DangerZoneOne'' Reena and Madison are officers with the Pallad City Police Department. Both have been paired up, despite being [[TheyFightCrime polar opposites.]]
22nd Apr '17 6:47:36 PM Dravencour
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* Bayonetta and Jeanne from ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' go from being rivals to being this by the end of the game, with both women willing to go through hell and high water for each other. Hell, in ''VideoGame/Bayonetta2'', Bayonetta goes on an out-and-out ''OrpheanRescue'' after one of her demons goes rogue and Jeanne is DraggedOffToHell.
12th Apr '17 4:49:29 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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Female [[BuddyCopShow buddy-shows]] are rather widespread, especially in {{anime}}. This trope refers to adventure series starring two rather competent women with [[TheyFightCrime contrasting personalities]] -- compare with BettyAndVeronica, RedOniBlueOni, TomboyAndGirlyGirl, and BifauxnenAndLadette. They're usually not romantically involved with each other and generally are JustFriends. In recent years, however, it has become difficult to avoid this implication, and a few shows keep enough {{subtext}} to placate [[YuriFan such fans]] or outright [[MoeCouplet encourage it]].

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Female [[BuddyCopShow buddy-shows]] are rather widespread, especially in {{anime}}. This trope refers to adventure series starring two rather competent women with [[TheyFightCrime contrasting personalities]] -- compare with BettyAndVeronica, RedOniBlueOni, TomboyAndGirlyGirl, LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine, and BifauxnenAndLadette. They're usually not romantically involved with each other and generally are JustFriends. In recent years, however, it has become difficult to avoid this implication, and a few shows keep enough {{subtext}} to placate [[YuriFan such fans]] or outright [[MoeCouplet encourage it]].
21st Mar '17 8:33:24 PM rjd1922
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* Page image features Misty Knight and Colleen Wing, from the second volume of ''Heroes For Hire''. The two of them happen to be ''[[MemeticBadass so badass]]'', even the ''[[Characters/SpiderManRoguesGallery Rhino]]'' is afraid of them. They are good friends and normally appear together, but the epitome of their Lovely Angels dynamic can be seen in ''ComicBook/DaughtersOfTheDragon''.

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* Page image features Misty Knight and Colleen Wing, from the second volume of ''Heroes For Hire''.''ComicBook/HeroesForHire''. The two of them happen to be ''[[MemeticBadass so badass]]'', even the ''[[Characters/SpiderManRoguesGallery Rhino]]'' is afraid of them. They are good friends and normally appear together, but the epitome of their Lovely Angels dynamic can be seen in ''ComicBook/DaughtersOfTheDragon''.
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