History Manga / Catseye

19th Jun '16 8:17:44 AM rafi
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** ActionGirlfriend: Hitomi to Toshio
** AmazonBrigade: 3 {{Action Girl}}s that kick ass? Yeah, they fit this.

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** * ActionGirlfriend: Hitomi to Toshio
** * AmazonBrigade: 3 {{Action Girl}}s that kick ass? Yeah, they fit this.



* AttractiveBentGender: Toshio and Rui. Toshio once dressed as a female officer to try and get the drop on a crazed bomber, and was downright sexy. Rui, on the other hand, created the persona of a fictional male member of Cat's Eye, and was so beautiful that Mitsuko fell in love at first sight.

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* AttractiveBentGender: AttractiveBentGender:
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Toshio and Rui. Toshio once dressed as a female officer to try and get the drop on a crazed bomber, and was downright sexy. Rui, on the other hand, created the persona of a fictional male member of Cat's Eye, and was so beautiful that Mitsuko fell in love at first sight.



* DressingAsTheEnemy: Ai and Hitomi do this in the first chapter of the manga, posing as a pair of museum guards they supposedly mugged off-panel.

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* DressingAsTheEnemy: DressingAsTheEnemy:
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Ai and Hitomi do this in the first chapter of the manga, posing as a pair of museum guards they supposedly mugged off-panel.



* FemmeFatale: Lupin's Bride.

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* FemmeFatale: FemmeFatale:
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Lupin's Bride.



* HelloNurse: Rui. Even Toshio ([[SingleTargetSexuality who normally has no reaction to any girl but Hitomi]]) and Takeuchi ([[{{Ephebophile}} who is attracted by high school girls]]) have been shown to fall for her charms...

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* HelloNurse: HelloNurse:
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Rui. Even Toshio ([[SingleTargetSexuality who normally has no reaction to any girl but Hitomi]]) and Takeuchi ([[{{Ephebophile}} who is attracted by high school girls]]) have been shown to fall for her charms...



* ObliviousToLove: Mitsuko is a mild example: when Kamiya resigned to Hitomi being with Toshio, he proposed to Mitsuko, who, ''a week later'', woke up realizing she had been proposed.

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* ObliviousToLove: ObliviousToLove:
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Mitsuko is a mild example: when Kamiya resigned to Hitomi being with Toshio, he proposed to Mitsuko, who, ''a week later'', woke up realizing she had been proposed.



* PhantomThief: The Kisugi sisters.

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* PhantomThief: PhantomThief:
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The Kisugi sisters.



** SecretIdentityIdentity: Happens to Hitomi in the manga: after creating the identity of the Blonde Cat's Eye (actually Hitomi with dyed hair and green lenses) to try and seduce Toshio into joining Cat's Eye, Hitomi slowly realizes that she acts completely different as the Blonde Cat's Eye, and both personas are in love with Toshio and ''jealous of each other''. It's solved only at the end of the manga, when [[spoiler: Hitomi confesses to Toshio that she is the Blonde Cat's Eye and both her and the Hitomi he knows are parts of her]].

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** * SecretIdentityIdentity: Happens to Hitomi in the manga: after creating the identity of the Blonde Cat's Eye (actually Hitomi with dyed hair and green lenses) to try and seduce Toshio into joining Cat's Eye, Hitomi slowly realizes that she acts completely different as the Blonde Cat's Eye, and both personas are in love with Toshio and ''jealous of each other''. It's solved only at the end of the manga, when [[spoiler: Hitomi confesses to Toshio that she is the Blonde Cat's Eye and both her and the Hitomi he knows are parts of her]].



* ThanksForTheMammary: How did the police find out that Cat's Eye was a gang composed of women? Easy: in the first chapter Toshio managed to get the jump on Hitomi during a heist, and, while unable to see her face due to darkness, he accidentally groped her breast.



* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be Lingerie?]]: [[ItMakesSenseInContext Toshio is scared by female underwear due a childhood trauma.]]

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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be Lingerie?]]: WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: [[ItMakesSenseInContext Toshio is scared by female underwear due a childhood trauma.]]
2nd May '16 7:59:01 AM comicwriter
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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko joins the show ''and'' offers up her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].

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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko joins the show ''and'' offers up her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity [[AllPartOfTheShow under the guise of it all being part of the play]].
2nd May '16 7:39:50 AM comicwriter
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* SchoolPlay: The final episode revolves around one. It gets very meta when Ai casts Hitomi and Toshio as themselves.
2nd May '16 7:38:30 AM comicwriter
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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].

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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join joins the cast show ''and'' donate offers up her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].
2nd May '16 7:35:04 AM comicwriter
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* InstantSedation: The sisters use special knockout spray dispensers on their victims. The spray is potent enough to instantly render people unconscious, but [[ArtisticLicenseMedicine without any negative side effects]].
1st May '16 11:23:04 PM comicwriter
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** In the final episode of the anime, Ai writes a play about Cat's Eye, and casts Hitomi in the lead role. Even after it's discovered that the real Cat's Eye used the play as a cover to steal a valuable diamond from one of the lead actresses, Utsumi's boss doesn't even ''consider'' that Hitomi might have had something to do with it.

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** In the final episode of the anime, Ai writes a play about Cat's Eye, and casts Hitomi in the lead role. Even after it's discovered that the real Cat's Eye has used the play as a cover to steal a valuable diamond from one of the lead actresses, Utsumi's boss doesn't even ''consider'' that Hitomi might have had something to do with it.
1st May '16 11:19:59 PM comicwriter
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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in the school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].

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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in the school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].
1st May '16 11:14:24 PM comicwriter
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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai is writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in the school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].

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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai is writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in the school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].
1st May '16 11:14:01 PM comicwriter
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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai is writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by as high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in the school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].

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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai is writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by as a high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in the school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].
1st May '16 11:12:01 PM comicwriter
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* ContrivedCoincidence: The final episode of the anime sees Ai is writing a school play about Cat's Eye, while Rui and Hitomi try to steal a rare diamond from a famous actress named Noriko Kurokawa. They're thwarted by as high-tech, computerized jewelry vault, and realize that they need to somehow lure Noriko out into the open and swap her diamond with a fake without anyone realizing it. Through sheer coincidence, they find out that Noriko is an alumna of Ai's school, and that all former students are eligible to act in the school productions regardless of age. All it takes is some convincing from Ai, and Noriko agrees to join the cast ''and'' donate her diamond as a prop. From there, the sisters are able to replace the diamond [[RefugeInAudacity under the guise of it all being part of the play]].



* MuggedForDisguise: Done to a pair of female wrestlers in one episode so that Hitomi and Ai can steal their costumes. Another episode sees one of the sisters doing this to a maid at a fancy party they plan on robbing.

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* MuggedForDisguise: MuggedForDisguise:
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Done to a pair of female wrestlers in one episode so that Hitomi and Ai can steal their costumes. Another costumes.
** The final
episode sees has an interesting double example. Rui portrays a maid in the [[ShowWithinAShow Play Within The Show]] who is tied up and impersonated by Cat's Eye, and it's later revealed that Rui had drugged and taken the place of Noriko, one of the play's stars.
** There's a lot of times this is implied (such as
the sisters doing this to a maid at a fancy party they plan on robbing.impersonating guards, police officers, or other uniformed personnel) but not explicitly shown.



* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: Cranaff]] blowed up himself with [[spoiler: the entire Cranaff syndicate]] to remove the main obstacle to the Kisugi sisters finding their father.

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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: Cranaff]] blowed blows up himself with [[spoiler: the entire Cranaff syndicate]] to remove the main obstacle to the Kisugi sisters finding their father.


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** In the final episode of the anime, Ai writes a play about Cat's Eye, and casts Hitomi in the lead role. Even after it's discovered that the real Cat's Eye used the play as a cover to steal a valuable diamond from one of the lead actresses, Utsumi's boss doesn't even ''consider'' that Hitomi might have had something to do with it.
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