History Manga / ChronoCrusade

30th Jan '18 4:50:27 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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Both the manga and the anime were licensed in North America by Creator/{{ADV|Films}} via their various publishing arms. The manga fell out of print when ADV shuttered their comics division in 2007 and is currently unlicensed ([[KeepCirculatingTheTapes so if you want to read this series legit and see any volumes for sale anywhere, snatch them up]][[labelnote:*]] or just read scans online, [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial but I didn't tell you that]][[/labelnote]]). Creator/{{Funimation}} picked up the rights to the anime in 2010 and has released it in a single set containing all 24 episodes. It has also aired on American television, first on The Anime Network (created by ADV) before Creator/{{Manga|Entertainment}} picked up the broadcast rights and aired it on Creator/{{Syfy}}'s now-defunct anime block.

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Both the manga and the anime were licensed in North America by Creator/{{ADV|Films}} via their various publishing arms. The manga fell out of print when ADV shuttered their comics division in 2007 and is currently unlicensed ([[KeepCirculatingTheTapes so if you want to read this series legit and see any volumes for sale anywhere, snatch them up]][[labelnote:*]] or just read scans online, [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial but I didn't tell you that]][[/labelnote]]). Creator/{{Funimation}} picked up the rights to the anime in 2010 and has released it in a single set containing all 24 episodes. It has also aired on American television, first on The Anime Network (created by ADV) ADV), then on Showtime Beyond, before Creator/{{Manga|Entertainment}} picked up the broadcast rights and aired it on Creator/{{Syfy}}'s now-defunct anime block.
6th Jan '18 4:47:52 PM nombretomado
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[[IThoughtThatWas Has nothing to do with the Square games]] ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' and ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''. Not even if the original Japanese logo with overlapping "C"s bears a striking resemblance to the aforementioned games', and if ''Crusade'' sounds like the next in the series after ''Trigger'', ''Cross'', and ''Break''.

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[[IThoughtThatWas [[JustForFun/IThoughtThatWas Has nothing to do with the Square games]] ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' and ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''. Not even if the original Japanese logo with overlapping "C"s bears a striking resemblance to the aforementioned games', and if ''Crusade'' sounds like the next in the series after ''Trigger'', ''Cross'', and ''Break''.
9th Dec '17 11:03:31 AM eroock
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* DefenestrateAndBerate: In one scene, Chrono becomes so frustrated when Rosette won't wake up in the morning that he actually throws ''Rosette'' out the window.

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* DefenestrateAndBerate: DestinationDefenestration: In one scene, Chrono becomes so frustrated when Rosette won't wake up in the morning that he actually throws ''Rosette'' out the window.
22nd Oct '17 11:36:36 PM NJLizS
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* DistantFinale: [[spoiler:Technically it has two – one]] in the early 1930's showing Azmaria and Joshua becoming full members of the Order. [[spoiler:And another in 1999, when Satella finally emerges from her stasis and learns that Azmaria had died of old age just a couple years earlier, but not before recording a video explaining what happened to everyone else.]]

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* DistantFinale: [[spoiler:Technically it has two – one]] in the early 1930's showing Azmaria and Joshua becoming full members of the Order. [[spoiler:And another in 1999, when Satella finally emerges from her stasis and learns that Azmaria had died of old age just a couple years one year earlier, but not before recording a video explaining what happened to everyone else.]]
22nd Oct '17 11:35:42 PM NJLizS
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* DistantFinale: [[spoiler:Technically it has two – one]] in the early 1930's showing Azmaria and Joshua becoming full members of the Order. [[spoiler:And another in 1998, when Satella finally emerges from her stasis and learns that Azmaria had died of old age just a couple years earlier, but not before recording a video explaining what happened to everyone else.]]

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* DistantFinale: [[spoiler:Technically it has two – one]] in the early 1930's showing Azmaria and Joshua becoming full members of the Order. [[spoiler:And another in 1998, 1999, when Satella finally emerges from her stasis and learns that Azmaria had died of old age just a couple years earlier, but not before recording a video explaining what happened to everyone else.]]
22nd Oct '17 11:34:42 PM NJLizS
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* BittersweetEnding: [[ForegoneConclusion Rosette dies]]. Beyond that, [[spoiler:Satella is revived, but decades have passed and almost everyone she knew is gone – Azmaria having died only two years beforehand.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[ForegoneConclusion Rosette dies]]. Beyond that, [[spoiler:Satella is revived, but decades have passed and almost everyone she knew is gone – Azmaria having died only two years one year beforehand.]]
22nd Oct '17 11:06:37 PM NJLizS
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** In the manga, Rosette collapses right in front of Chrono when [[spoiler:she shoots the horns off of Joshua's head. And then she dies in his arms.]] ''Ouch''. [[note]] She actually survives that and lives for another six years.[[/note]]

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** In the manga, Rosette collapses right in front of Chrono when [[spoiler:she shoots the horns off of Joshua's head. And then she dies in his arms.]] ''Ouch''. [[note]] She actually survives that and lives for another six eight years.[[/note]]
22nd Oct '17 11:03:20 PM NJLizS
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** The manga has an unusually-structured one – the epilogue jumps 70+ years after the main story where we learn what happened to many of the characters… then it flashes ''back'' to 1932 (seven years after the story) where we see Rosette's death.

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** The manga has an unusually-structured one – the epilogue jumps 70+ years after the main story where we learn what happened to many of the characters… then it flashes ''back'' to 1932 (seven (eight years after the story) where we see Rosette's death.
20th Sep '17 9:53:47 PM rjd1922
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This series is known, regrettably, for confusion among Western otaku over how the title should be spelled. Originally titled ''"Chrno Crusade"'' in Japan due to a typo (or so Moriyama says), this name carried over amongst people who watched the anime via fansubs. Those same people were unhappy when the series's Western publisher "corrected" the title, refusing to acknowledge it. Years later, a reissue of the manga restored the missing "O" ([[http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v43/BrightBlueInk/news_large_chrono02.jpg which was highlighted by a flame]] [[LampshadeHanging just so you know it's there]]).

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This series is known, regrettably, for confusion among Western otaku over how the title should be spelled. Originally titled ''"Chrno Crusade"'' in Japan due to a typo (or so Moriyama says), this name carried over amongst people who watched the anime via fansubs.{{fansub}}s. Those same people were unhappy when the series's Western publisher "corrected" the title, refusing to acknowledge it. Years later, a reissue of the manga restored the missing "O" ([[http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v43/BrightBlueInk/news_large_chrono02.jpg ([[http://miamaha.tumblr.com/post/63230787295/chrono-crusade-2010-manga-reprint-covers which was highlighted by a flame]] [[LampshadeHanging just so you know it's there]]).
9th Sep '17 4:32:54 AM SeptimusHeap
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* BellyOfTheWhale: After the events of "Marionette Train", when Chrono's backstory begins to be unraveled and events start rushing forward.
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