History Manga / CromartieHighSchool

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* TheReveal: [[spoiler: Hayashida's mohawk being ''prosthetic''. The fact that it's prehensile either makes more or less sense considering this fact...]]


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* WhamShot: [[spoiler:Hayashida removing his ''prosthetic mohawk''.]]
14th Sep '16 11:59:19 AM EBsessed
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** In the anime, there are at least two to director Hiroaki Sakurai's [[Anime/DiGiCharat other productions]] - in episode 2, Kamiyama temporarily [[ArtShift morphs into a Piyoko]] during his introspection, and much later on, Dejiko makes an appearance to advice Maeda on his [[CatGirl Cat Boy]] impression.
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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Episode 24 has a "Gorilla works in a sushi bar" story with none of the regular cast.
** Earlier on, there was this scene which lampshades the trope:
--> [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P7muwuQeZk "Oh my god, this is a non-sequiteur!"]]

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** In the anime, there are at least two to director Hiroaki Sakurai's [[Anime/DiGiCharat other productions]] - in episode 2, Kamiyama temporarily [[ArtShift morphs into a Piyoko]] during his introspection, and much later on, Dejiko makes an appearance to advice advise Maeda on his [[CatGirl Cat Boy]] impression.
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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Episode 24 has a SomethingCompletelyDifferent:
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"Gorilla works in a sushi bar" story with none of the regular cast.
** Earlier A very long arc involving Hayashida and a world of sapient monkeys, in the manga only. Seems Nonaka really likes doing non-sequitur arcs involving primates.
** Early
on, there was is this scene which lampshades the trope:
--> [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P7muwuQeZk "Oh my god, this is a non-sequiteur!"]]non-sequitur!"]]
14th Sep '16 11:52:55 AM EBsessed
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** Fujimoto teaching his underlings a life lesson, then through difficult online forum interactions, ends up losing patience for the exact lesson he tried to teach, which results in one of his students who actually benefited from the lesson and thanking Fujimoto for teaching it, which then ultimately results in Fujimoto completely doubling back on his word and punching the unsuspecting student's lights out while exclaiming that the lesson was wrong.

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** Fujimoto teaching his underlings a life lesson, then through difficult online forum interactions, interactions ends up losing patience for the exact lesson he tried to teach, which results in one of his students who actually benefited from the lesson and thanking Fujimoto for teaching it, which then ultimately results in Fujimoto completely doubling back on his word and punching the unsuspecting student's lights out while exclaiming that the lesson was wrong.
14th Sep '16 11:52:10 AM EBsessed
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** The students having meetings and parties at Maeda's house without asking his permission.
** The Four Great Ones having long bouts of SeinfeldianConversation and debate about trivial matters.
** Characters talking a big game about how badass they are and never actually doing anything badass at all.
** Fujimoto teaching his underlings a life lesson, then through difficult online forum interactions, ends up losing patience for the exact lesson he tried to teach, which results in one of his students who actually benefited from the lesson and thanking Fujimoto for teaching it, which then ultimately results in Fujimoto completely doubling back on his word and punching the unsuspecting student's lights out while exclaiming that the lesson was wrong.
** Yamaguchi attacking people for trying to be funny and, to his estimation, not being funny at all, which makes everyone think that he hates comedy even though he has a secret devoted passion for it.
** Banchou-Chan losing his costume, mask, or both.



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%%* SeinfeldianConversation* SeinfeldianConversation: Especially implemented with The Four Great Ones.
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* RaceLift: Freddie in the in the manga and anime is most definitely white, which even leads characters to often remark "Is that guy even Japanese?!" In the LiveActionAdaptation he's very clearly Asian.

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* RaceLift: Freddie in the in the manga and anime is most definitely white, which even leads characters to often remark "Is that guy even Japanese?!" In the LiveActionAdaptation he's very clearly Asian.
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14th Sep '16 11:37:30 AM EBsessed
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* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: Lampshaded in episode 22, when some background characters try recruiting Freddie and Gorilla to take on the Bass High students. While they acknowledge their toughness and scariness, they also point out that they never do anything.

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* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: Lampshaded in episode 22, at one point when some background characters try recruiting Freddie and Gorilla to take on the Bass High students. While they acknowledge their toughness and scariness, they also point out that they never do anything.
14th Sep '16 11:32:39 AM EBsessed
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** The characters who are this most of their time are Maeda, Hokuto's lackey and both Takenouchis.

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** The characters who are this most of their time are Maeda, Hokuto's lackey lackey, and both Takenouchis.



* OutOfFocus: Kamiyama was originally the unequivocal star of the series, but became less prominent as time went on. This is endlessly and explicitly referred to in the character bios present in each volume. It seems in later volumes that the main characters are essentially [[spoiler:Hayashida, Maeda, Hokuto's Henchman, Masked Takenouchi, the Gorilla, and then Kamiyama.]]

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* OutOfFocus: Kamiyama was is originally the unequivocal star of the series, but became becomes less prominent as time went goes on. This is endlessly and explicitly referred to in the character bios present in each volume. It seems in later volumes that volume of the manga. Over time, the main characters are essentially [[spoiler:Hayashida, Maeda, Hokuto's Henchman, character roster becomes a constantly revolving door, from Hayashida, to Masked Takenouchi, to Fujimoto, to a mysterious character constantly wearing an adorable bear costume who goes by the Gorilla, and then Kamiyama.]]name of Banchou-Chan.
14th Sep '16 11:28:38 AM EBsessed
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* NoSmoking: Smoking is prevalent in the manga, but in the anime the delinquents smoke CG blobs instead (most of the time). Like everything else this is played for laughs as the blobs ''bounce'' when the smoker is talking, along with other physics defying feats. Smoke rises from ''them'' instead of the ends of the 'cigarettes'.
** It's also consistent within episodes. When Takenouchi is stranded in the US, he has a stick with a marshmallow in his mouth, which he lights repeatedly. Back at Cromartie? Sticks with marshmallows as well, [[MakesAsMuchSenseInContext for some reasons]].

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* NoSmoking: Smoking is prevalent in the manga, but in a satirical jab at anime censorship, the anime depicts the delinquents smoke smoking CG blobs instead (most or some other kind of the time). absurd thing instead. Like everything else else, this is played for laughs as the blobs ''bounce'' when the smoker is talking, along with other physics defying feats. Smoke rises from ''them'' instead of the ends of the 'cigarettes'.
** It's also consistent within episodes. When Takenouchi is stranded in the US, he has a stick with a marshmallow in his mouth, which he lights repeatedly. Back at Cromartie? Sticks with marshmallows as well, [[MakesAsMuchSenseInContext for some reasons]].reason]].



* NotDrawnToScale: Taken to comical extremes. Anything can become giant or tiny at the drop of a hat, only to return to normal in the next shot.

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* NotDrawnToScale: Taken to comical extremes. extremes in the anime. Anything can become giant giant, tiny, or tiny deformed at the drop of a hat, only to return to normal in the next shot.shot. The few times that anyone actually gets punched might be the most downright hilarious examples of this.
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* NoFourthWall: Viewers are advised to read the manga if they are lost due to the plot.

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* NoFourthWall: Viewers of the anime are advised to read the manga if they are lost due to the plot.anime's plot being condensed.
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