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11th Apr '16 8:04:50 PM aye_amber
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* In “ ‘Tiger! Tiger!’ ” in TheJungleBook, Kipling tells how Mowgli, with the help of Grey Brother and Akela, organises a stampede of the buffalo bulls down the ravine in which the tiger Shere Khan is hiding. ‘… the torrent of black horns, foaming muzzles, and staring eyes whirled down the ravine like boulders in flood-time; the weaker buffaloes being shouldered out to the sides of the ravine, where they tore through the creepers. They knew what the business was before them – the terrible charge of the buffalo-herd, against which no tiger can hope to stand.’ At the other end of the ravine, even more dangerously, are the buffalo cows with their calves.

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* In “ ‘Tiger! Tiger!’ ” in TheJungleBook, Literature/TheJungleBook, Kipling tells how Mowgli, with the help of Grey Brother and Akela, organises a stampede of the buffalo bulls down the ravine in which the tiger Shere Khan is hiding. ‘… the torrent of black horns, foaming muzzles, and staring eyes whirled down the ravine like boulders in flood-time; the weaker buffaloes being shouldered out to the sides of the ravine, where they tore through the creepers. They knew what the business was before them – the terrible charge of the buffalo-herd, against which no tiger can hope to stand.’ At the other end of the ravine, even more dangerously, are the buffalo cows with their calves.
16th Feb '16 7:32:39 PM Knight20
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13th Nov '15 5:03:14 PM bim
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* In “ ‘Tiger! Tiger!’ ” in TheJungleBook, Kipling tells how Mowgli, with the help of Grey Brother and Akela, organises a stampede of the buffalo bulls down the ravine in which the tiger Shere Khan is hiding. ‘… the torrent of black horns, foaming muzzles, and staring eyes whirled down the ravine like boulders in flood-time; the weaker buffaloes being shouldered out to the sides of the ravine, where they tore through the creepers. They knew what the business was before them – the terrible charge of the buffalo-herd, against which no tiger can hope to stand.’ At the other end of the ravine, even more dangerously, are the buffalo cows with their calves.
12th Sep '15 10:46:07 PM Adept
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* What happens to the four {{Bishounen}} in ''TheWallflower'', but mostly to Kyouhei.

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* What happens to the four {{Bishounen}} in ''TheWallflower'', ''Manga/TheWallflower'', but mostly to Kyouhei.
17th Jul '15 2:22:40 PM StFan
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* In ''UFOPrincessValkyrie'', the mob of catgirl maids form a ThunderingHerd when they go looking for Waru-chan. When they don't find her, Sanada makes one all by herself.

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* In ''UFOPrincessValkyrie'', ''Manga/UFOPrincessValkyrie'', the mob of catgirl maids form a ThunderingHerd when they go looking for Waru-chan. When they don't find her, Sanada makes one all by herself.
19th May '15 10:02:52 AM nombretomado
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* Gauls attacking the Romans in ''{{Asterix}},'' specially in the movies.

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* Gauls attacking the Romans in ''{{Asterix}},'' ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}},'' specially in the movies.
23rd Feb '15 11:20:00 AM StFan
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* The cover art, by Paul Kidby, of Creator/TerryPratchett's ''{{Discworld}}'' novel ''MenAtArms'' depicts the Ankh-Morprok City Watch as [[http://www.lspace.org/ftp/images/bookcovers/uk/men-at-arms-2.jpg the classic Thundering Herd]].

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* The cover art, by Paul Kidby, of Creator/TerryPratchett's ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''MenAtArms'' ''Discworld/MenAtArms'' depicts the Ankh-Morprok City Watch as [[http://www.lspace.org/ftp/images/bookcovers/uk/men-at-arms-2.jpg the classic Thundering Herd]].
5th Oct '14 11:58:07 AM AgProv
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* The cover art, by Paul Kidby, of Creator/TerryPratchett's ''{{Discworld}}'' novel ''MenAtArms'' ddepicts the Ankh-Morprok City Watch as the classic Thundering Herd.

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* The cover art, by Paul Kidby, of Creator/TerryPratchett's ''{{Discworld}}'' novel ''MenAtArms'' ddepicts depicts the Ankh-Morprok City Watch as [[http://www.lspace.org/ftp/images/bookcovers/uk/men-at-arms-2.jpg the classic Thundering Herd.Herd]].
5th Oct '14 11:55:28 AM AgProv
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* The cover art, by Paul Kidby, of Creator/TerryPratchett's ''{{Discworld}}'' novel ''MenAtArms'' ddepicts the Ankh-Morprok City Watch as the classic Thundering Herd.
9th Jun '14 12:59:52 PM Willbyr
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* ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'', too many times to count. One such chase scene takes form under the opening credits for the first ''Ranma'' movie (called ''Big Trouble in Nekonron, China'' in North America) and lasts five minutes or more of screen time; it starts with a single person chasing Ranma, and slowly builds up until it seems that the entire city of Tokyo is on his heels. The Herd is also rife with [[TheCameo cameos]] from the television series and manga.

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* ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'', ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', too many times to count. One such chase scene takes form under the opening credits for the first ''Ranma'' movie (called ''Big Trouble in Nekonron, China'' in North America) and lasts five minutes or more of screen time; it starts with a single person chasing Ranma, and slowly builds up until it seems that the entire city of Tokyo is on his heels. The Herd is also rife with [[TheCameo cameos]] from the television series and manga.



* More serious example: the Ohmu from ''NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''.

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* More serious example: the Ohmu from ''NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''.''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''.



* In the early parts of ''MahouSenseiNegima'', main lead [[ChickMagnet Negi]] occasionally has to outrun his WackyHomeroom whenever some rumour about his ([[KidHero essentially non-existent]]) love-life comes up.

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* In the early parts of ''MahouSenseiNegima'', ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', main lead [[ChickMagnet Negi]] occasionally has to outrun his WackyHomeroom whenever some rumour about his ([[KidHero essentially non-existent]]) love-life comes up.
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