History Manga / Catseye

3rd Jan '18 6:34:35 AM philipnova798
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** The designs in the anime also become a little more animator-friendly come episode 37.
19th Dec '17 3:33:19 AM Farnham
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* {{Mukokuseki}}: The Eurasian Kisugi sisters look no different from the fully Japanese characters. In addition, Toshio is said to greatly resemble Michael Heinz, the sisters' father... even though Heinz is German and Toshio is Japanese.

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* {{Mukokuseki}}: The Eurasian Kisugi sisters look no different from the fully Japanese characters. In addition, Toshio is said to greatly resemble Michael Heinz, Heintz, the sisters' father... even though Heinz Heintz is German and Toshio is Japanese.
19th Dec '17 3:27:15 AM Farnham
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* {{Mukokuseki}}: The Eurasian Kisugi sisters look no different from the fully Japanese characters.

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* {{Mukokuseki}}: The Eurasian Kisugi sisters look no different from the fully Japanese characters. In addition, Toshio is said to greatly resemble Michael Heinz, the sisters' father... even though Heinz is German and Toshio is Japanese.
23rd Nov '17 5:52:45 PM AndyLA
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** The sisters are so self-confident that they sign their thefts before they even commit them. Said confidence stems from their ability to get the police to spill the beans on how they plan to thwart them and lip-read what plans Mitsuko manage to not have spilled (she has the habit of discussing them on the roof of the police station, and Rui has a pair of binoculars)..

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** The sisters are so self-confident that they sign their thefts before they even commit them. Said confidence stems from their ability to get the police to spill the beans on how they plan to thwart them and lip-read what plans Mitsuko manage to not have spilled (she has the habit of discussing them on the roof of the police station, which is separated from the cafe only by a public park, and Rui has a pair of binoculars)..binoculars). That, of course, when the force doesn't convene at the cafe itself within full earshot of the sisters.



** Toshio's two juniors in the force, Hirano and Takeuchi, instantly crush on Rui and Ai respectively.

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** Toshio's two juniors in the force, Hirano and Takeuchi, Takeuchi instantly crush on Rui and Ai respectively.respectively. Notably, Takeuchi's infatuation is seen as unhealthy by the rest of the cast since, well, Ai is still a teenager.



** Toshio, Hitomi and Mitsuko constitute a more straight example. That is, if you don't factor Cat's Eye into the equation.
* LocalHangout: The Cat's Eye Cafe is this for the police force, even when it's just Toshio (who actually lives there with Hitomi), Hirano and Takeuchi.
* TheMasqueradeWillKillYourDatingLife: This hits Hitomi pretty often due to Toshio's fixation in catching Cat's Eye without ever knowing Hitomi herself is one of them.



* SpandexLatexOrLeather: The sisters'suits are spandex in the original, in the remake, they look like rubber or latex.

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* SpandexLatexOrLeather: The sisters'suits sisters' suits are spandex in the original, in the remake, they look like rubber or latex.
22nd Nov '17 5:17:37 PM AndyLA
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* ColorcodedForYourConvenience: The outfits the girls wear while robbing, in the color drawings, have Hitomi wearing a blue one, Rui a purple one and Ai a yellow one.

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* ColorcodedForYourConvenience: ColorCodedForYourConvenience: The outfits the girls wear while robbing, in the color drawings, have Hitomi wearing a blue one, Rui a purple one and Ai a yellow one.



* DefrostingIceQueen: Asatani Mitsuko, Utsumi's colleague.

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** Toshio's two juniors in the force, Hirano and Takeuchi, instantly crush on Rui and Ai respectively.
* DefrostingIceQueen: Asatani Mitsuko, Mitsuko Asatani, Utsumi's colleague.



** BlindWithoutEm: Not fully blind, but without glasses she can't tell Toshio from Hitomi in her Cat's Eye outfit and needs to be into kissing distance to see a face.

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** BlindWithoutEm: Not fully blind, but without glasses she can't tell Toshio from Hitomi in her Cat's Eye outfit and needs to be into kissing distance to see a face. And, sure enough, one chapter starts with her losing her glasses when trying to ambush
27th Sep '17 12:55:48 PM SeptimusHeap
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* MovieSuperheroesWearBlack: The sisters wore black vinyl outfits in the live-action movie made in the 90's. The costumes were inspired by Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}'s look from ''BatmanReturns''.

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* MovieSuperheroesWearBlack: The sisters wore black vinyl outfits in the live-action movie made in the 90's. The costumes were inspired by Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}'s look from ''BatmanReturns''.''Film/BatmanReturns''.
1st Sep '17 4:24:51 PM nombretomado
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The anime can be legally watched on [[Creator/NozomiEntertainment Nozomi's]] YouTube page [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrrh84y760v-IWVRKshinyIfauCmFjRQu here]].

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The anime can be legally watched on [[Creator/NozomiEntertainment Nozomi's]] YouTube Website/YouTube page [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrrh84y760v-IWVRKshinyIfauCmFjRQu here]].
30th Apr '17 5:06:32 PM nombretomado
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** Got one in ''TotallySpies'' (really), given that Alex is an affectionate rip-off of Aï. Much more blatant for French viewers, since Ai's name in the dub was ''[[TomboyishName Alex]]'' (for "Alexia").

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** Got one in ''TotallySpies'' ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' (really), given that Alex is an affectionate rip-off of Aï. Much more blatant for French viewers, since Ai's name in the dub was ''[[TomboyishName Alex]]'' (for "Alexia").
25th Mar '17 4:12:25 PM comicwriter
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* AdaptationalBadass: Lupin's Bride. In the manga, the girls find out her plan rather easily (since she doesn't resemble the woman she's impersonating ''at all''), and Hitomi casually dispatches her with a single blow before stealing her identity and eventually turning her over to the police. The TV adaptation portrays her as more cunning and capable, and fixes the identity theft problem by having her actually use a [[LatexPerfection lifelike mask]] to impersonate the art expert, with Hitomi only finding out the truth because of a coincidence the impostor hadn't foreseen. She even manages to turn the tables on the sisters after her men capture Ai, and is about to ''kill'' them all before deciding to let them go after learning who their father is. And most importantly, she manages to evade capture this time.

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* AdaptationalBadass: Lupin's Bride. In the manga, the girls find out her plan rather easily (since she doesn't resemble the woman she's impersonating ''at all''), and Hitomi casually dispatches her with a single blow before stealing her identity and eventually turning her over to the police. The TV adaptation portrays her as more cunning and capable, and fixes the identity theft problem by having her actually use a [[LatexPerfection lifelike mask]] to impersonate the art expert, with Hitomi only finding out the truth because of a coincidence the impostor hadn't foreseen. She even manages to turn the tables on the sisters after her men capture Ai, and is about to ''kill'' them all before deciding to let them go after learning the three until she learns who their father is. And most importantly, she manages to evade capture this time.
25th Mar '17 3:58:00 PM comicwriter
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* AdaptationalBadass: Lupin's Bride. In the manga, the girls find out her plan rather easily (since she doesn't resemble the woman she's impersonating ''at all''), and Hitomi casually dispatches her with a single blow before stealing her identity and eventually turning her over to the police. The TV adaptation portrays her as more cunning and capable, and fixes the identity theft problem by having her actually use a [[LatexPerfection lifelike mask]] to impersonate the art expert. She even manages to turn the tables on the sisters after her men capture Ai, and is about to ''kill'' them all before deciding to let them go after learning who their father is. And most importantly, she manages to evade capture this time.

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* AdaptationalBadass: Lupin's Bride. In the manga, the girls find out her plan rather easily (since she doesn't resemble the woman she's impersonating ''at all''), and Hitomi casually dispatches her with a single blow before stealing her identity and eventually turning her over to the police. The TV adaptation portrays her as more cunning and capable, and fixes the identity theft problem by having her actually use a [[LatexPerfection lifelike mask]] to impersonate the art expert.expert, with Hitomi only finding out the truth because of a coincidence the impostor hadn't foreseen. She even manages to turn the tables on the sisters after her men capture Ai, and is about to ''kill'' them all before deciding to let them go after learning who their father is. And most importantly, she manages to evade capture this time.
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