History Manga / Bakuman

17th Mar '16 2:10:33 AM morenohijazo
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* StoppedReadingTooSoon: Both the protagonists stop reading only a few pages into the book Iwase gave Takagi, one because he doesn't like the genre she wrote in, and the other because it was too "deep" for him. Thus they both miss the message she inserted between pages about halfway through the book.
27th Jan '16 10:16:02 PM Prfnoff
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An anime adaptation began airing on the Japanese television network NHK on October 2, 2010. Also a second anime has begun airing on October 1, 2011. The third and final season began on October 6, 2012 and ended on March 30, 2013. [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/05/06-1/live-action-bakuman-planned-for-2015 It was announced]] in the spring of 2014 that production has started on a live-action adaptation, set for release in 2015.

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An anime adaptation began airing on the Japanese television network NHK Creator/{{NHK}} on October 2, 2010. Also a second anime has begun airing on October 1, 2011. The third and final season began on October 6, 2012 and ended on March 30, 2013. [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/05/06-1/live-action-bakuman-planned-for-2015 It was announced]] in the spring of 2014 that production has started on a live-action adaptation, set for release in 2015.
24th Jan '16 7:53:43 AM Perelandra
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*** The first volume has Mashiro and Takagi say, when [[StalkingIsLove stalking someone]] 'I feel just Gevanni!'

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*** The first volume has Mashiro and Takagi say, when say 'I feel just like Gevanni!' while [[StalkingIsLove stalking someone]] 'I feel just Gevanni!'someone]].
23rd Jan '16 8:20:42 PM Perelandra
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** Azuki Miho is almost an exact carbon copy of [[Manga/{{Is}} Iori Yoshizuki from]] '''[[Manga/{{Is}} I"s]]''', and not just in terms of appearance. Both are aspiring young women who enter the competitive Japanese media idol industry, with Azuki getting involved in voice acting and Iori becoming a film/stage actress. Their romances with their respective male leads are also quite identical, with the main difference being that Miho's and Mashiro's are far less {{Wangst}}y than Iori's and Ichitaka's ([[ChickMagnet Takagi]] is the one who gets stuck with the {{LoveTriangle}}s instead, and even those don't last long).

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** Azuki Miho is almost an exact carbon copy of [[Manga/{{Is}} Iori Yoshizuki from]] '''[[Manga/{{Is}} I"s]]''', ''[[Manga/{{Is}} I"s]]'', and not just in terms of appearance. Both are aspiring young women who enter the competitive Japanese media idol industry, with Azuki getting involved in voice acting and Iori becoming a film/stage actress. Their romances with their respective male leads are also quite identical, with the main difference being that Miho's Miho and Mashiro's are relationship is far less {{Wangst}}y than Iori's Iori and Ichitaka's ([[ChickMagnet Ichitaka's.[[note]]([[ChickMagnet Takagi]] is the one who gets stuck with the {{LoveTriangle}}s {{Love Triangle}}s instead, and even those don't last long).long)[[/note]]



** An interesting example to fans of Death Note: When Mashiro and Takagi start attending college, they mention how good it is for them to have Miyoshi hang out with them due to how they'd appear to be a [[HoYay couple]] if they didn't have a girl with them. In other words, Ohba and Obata are quite aware of the gay subtext made between Light and L when they start attending To-Oh Uni together, and their apparent closeness. Yes indeed, the fans were rumbled.

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** An interesting example to fans of Death Note: When Mashiro and Takagi start attending college, they mention how good it is for them to have Miyoshi hang out with them due to how they'd appear to be a [[HoYay couple]] couple if they didn't have a girl with them. In other words, Ohba and Obata are quite aware of the gay subtext made between Light and L when they start attending To-Oh Uni together, and their apparent closeness. Yes indeed, the fans were rumbled.
23rd Jan '16 8:17:27 PM Perelandra
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** [[HoYay Many a fangirl would argue Takagi and Mashiro, too]].



** Given that the creators are the same team who worked on ''Manga/DeathNote'', there were bound to be more than a few references:
*** The first volume has Mashiro and Takagi say, when [[StalkingIsLove stalking someone]] 'I feel just Gevanni!'
*** One chapter has Mashiro and Takagi sitting in similar positions as L and Light respectively.
*** Fukuda has also been seen wearing a very familiar looking jacket to one Misa Amane's.
*** Episode 9 had Takagi doing Light's over the top [[LargeHam hammy reactions]].
---> Putting our feelings into our fingertips...'''[[http://www.mangapanda.com/bakuman/125/2 AND SENDING THEM!]]'''
*** In the Otter 11 side story, Otter 11 is hailed as a "modern day Kira".
*** Episode 20 had Hattori saying "Just as planned..." before biting into an apple.
*** One of the up and coming actresses listed in Chapter 21 plays a character in St. Visual Girls' Academy called '''Misa'''e '''Amane'''gawa.
*** In Chapter 82, a chapter of Otters 11 has the main character [[Manga/DeathNote crashing into a TV studio with a truck]]; [[http://www.mangapanda.com/219-50621-10/bakuman/chapter-82.html both]] [[http://www.mangapanda.com/113-4039-18/death-note/chapter-23.html scenes]] are even''practically identical'', down to the layout. And the TV studio is named "Sumire TV", a play on the original's "Sakura TV" (both are girl's names derived from names of flowers).
*** Chapter 127 has this visually comparative panel between [[http://www.mangapanda.com/bakuman/127/2 Nanamine]] and [[http://www.mangapanda.com/113-4035-18/death-note/chapter-19.html Light]]. Also shown here in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/bakuman/126/20 Chapter 126]]. The anime gives us [[http://imgur.com/NF6EIVi this]].



** The first volume has Mashiro and Takagi say, when [[StalkingIsLove stalking someone]] 'I feel just [[Manga/DeathNote Gevanni]]!'
** The latest chapter has Mashiro and Takagi sitting in similar positions as L and Light respectivly.



** Fukuda has also been seen wearing a very familiar looking jacket to one Misa Amane's.



** Episode 9 had Takagi doing [[Manga/DeathNote Light's]] over the top [[LargeHam hammy reactions]].
*** Putting our feelings into our fingertips... '''[[Manga/DeathNote AND SENDING]][[http://www.mangapanda.com/bakuman/125/2 THEM!]]'''
*** In the Otter 11 side story, Otter 11 is hailed as a "modern day [[Manga/DeathNote Kira]]"
** Chapter 115 has one which seems to be a direct challenge addressed to Manga/{{Enigme}}, Jump's newest suspense hit.
*** Chapter 117 has the author of the one-shot admit that he "kinda stole the setting" from it.
** Episode 20 had Hattori saying "Just as planned." Then biting into an apple.

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** Episode 9 had Takagi doing [[Manga/DeathNote Light's]] over the top [[LargeHam hammy reactions]].
*** Putting our feelings into our fingertips... '''[[Manga/DeathNote AND SENDING]][[http://www.mangapanda.com/bakuman/125/2 THEM!]]'''
*** In the Otter 11 side story, Otter 11 is hailed as a "modern day [[Manga/DeathNote Kira]]"
** Chapter 115 has one which seems to be a direct challenge addressed to Manga/{{Enigme}}, Jump's newest suspense hit.
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hit. Chapter 117 has the author of the one-shot admit that he "kinda stole the setting" from it.
** Episode 20 had Hattori saying "Just as planned." Then biting into an apple.
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** One of the up and coming actresses listed in Chapter 21 plays a character in St. Visual Girls' Academy called '''[[Manga/DeathNote Misa]]'''[[Manga/DeathNote e ]]'''[[Manga/DeathNote Amane]]'''[[Manga/DeathNote gawa]].
** Sakura TV has makes an appearance at some point.

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** One of the up and coming actresses listed in Chapter 21 plays a character in St. Visual Girls' Academy called '''[[Manga/DeathNote Misa]]'''[[Manga/DeathNote e ]]'''[[Manga/DeathNote Amane]]'''[[Manga/DeathNote gawa]].
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[[http://www.sakuratv.com/ Sakura TV has TV]] makes an appearance at some one point.



** In Chapter 82, a chapter of Otters 11 has the main character [[Manga/DeathNote crashing into a TV studio with a truck]].
*** Not only that: [[http://www.mangapanda.com/219-50621-10/bakuman/chapter-82.html both]] [[http://www.mangapanda.com/113-4039-18/death-note/chapter-23.html scenes]] are ''practically identical'', down to the layout. And the TV studio is named "Sumire TV", a play on the original's "Sakura TV" (both are girl's names derived from names of flowers).
** Chapter 127 has this visually comparative panel between [[http://www.mangapanda.com/bakuman/127/2 Nanamine]] and [[http://www.mangapanda.com/113-4035-18/death-note/chapter-19.html Light]]. Also shown here in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/bakuman/126/20 Chapter 126]]. The anime gives us [[http://imgur.com/NF6EIVi this]].


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** Azuki Miho is almost an exact carbon copy of [[Manga/{{Is}} Iori Yoshizuki from]] '''[[Manga/{{Is}} I"s]]''', and not just in terms of appearance. Both are aspiring young women who enter the competitive Japanese media idol industry, with Azuki getting involved in voice acting and Iori becoming a film/stage actress. Their romances with their respective male leads are also quite identical, with the main difference being that Miho's and Mashiro's are far less {{Wangst}}y than Iori's and Ichitaka's ([[ChickMagnet Takagi]] is the one who gets stuck with the {{LoveTriangle}}s instead, and even those don't last long).
23rd Jan '16 1:11:34 AM Perelandra
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* CastOfSnowflakes: A lot of the characters, especially the editors, have unique appearances. In fact a lot of the editors are modeled after real people, as evidenced by this [[http://img140.imageshack.us/img140/3463/wsjeditors.png picture]]. Names and likeness were both uses as inspiration.

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* CastOfSnowflakes: A lot of the characters, especially the editors, have unique appearances. In fact a lot of the editors are modeled after real people, as evidenced by this [[http://img140.imageshack.us/img140/3463/wsjeditors.png [[http://s228.photobucket.com/user/noncewords/media/wsjeditors.png.html picture]]. Names and likeness were both uses as inspiration.
12th Jan '16 2:01:59 PM Lyendith
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** One of the assistants for PCP looks like Near and is also OlderThanHeLooks. Ironically, he's more emotional than the real Near.



** Sakura TV has recently made an appearance.

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** Sakura TV has recently made makes an appearance.appearance at some point.


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** The uniform of the characters of Nanamine's manga ''Classroom of Truth'' seem to come straight out of ''Manga/DGrayMan'' (which was initially published in the Weekly Jump). The heroine is even an expy of Lenalee.
12th Jan '16 1:33:25 PM Lyendith
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** The case of Reversi, where Ashirogi wants to make it a short, impactful series but the editor-in-chief wants them to drag it out, is a thinly-veiled reference to what happened to ''Manga/DeathNote'' (who was initially supposed to end with L's death). [[spoiler:Contrary to Death Note, though, Reversi does get the ending the authors wished.]]

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** The case of Reversi, where Ashirogi wants to make it a short, impactful series but the editor-in-chief wants them to drag it out, is a thinly-veiled reference to what happened to ''Manga/DeathNote'' (who was initially supposed to end with L's death).[[spoiler:L's death]]). [[spoiler:Contrary to Death Note, though, Reversi does get the ending the authors wished.]]
12th Jan '16 1:30:49 PM Lyendith
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*** and Fukuzawa Yukichi isn't spared.

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*** and ** And Fukuzawa Yukichi isn't spared.


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** The case of Reversi, where Ashirogi wants to make it a short, impactful series but the editor-in-chief wants them to drag it out, is a thinly-veiled reference to what happened to ''Manga/DeathNote'' (who was initially supposed to end with L's death). [[spoiler:Contrary to Death Note, though, Reversi does get the ending the authors wished.]]
8th Jan '16 5:25:24 PM Lyendith
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As luck would have it, Mashiro finds out that Miho wants to be a voice actress, and he asks her to voice the main heroine of his and Takagi's manga once it becomes a successful {{anime}}. Caught up in the moment, [[EngagingConversation he goes on to propose to her!]] Much to everyone's surprise, she agrees to marry him, but only once they have both achieved their dreams.

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As luck would have it, Mashiro finds out that Miho wants to be a voice actress, and he asks her to voice the main heroine of his and Takagi's manga once it becomes a successful {{anime}}. Caught up in the moment, [[EngagingConversation he goes on to propose to her!]] Much to everyone's surprise, she agrees to marry him, but only once they have both achieved their dreams.
dreams. The story thus follows the mangaka duo's rise to fame from their first attempts in middle-school to their mid-twenties, as well as a colorful gallery of rival authors in the Jump.
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