History Manga / DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys

11th Mar '16 10:49:45 PM SamCurt
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* AdaptationExpansion: The manga kicks off with Tadakuni wondering why his two friends are ''still'' in his room without any prior context but the anime preceded this with the three of them chatting more amicably [[BreakingTheFourthWall about]] Creator/SquareEnix [[BreakingTheFourthWall and]] {{Sunrise}}'s [[BreakingTheFourthWall collaboration on the series.]]

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* AdaptationExpansion: The manga kicks off with Tadakuni wondering why his two friends are ''still'' in his room without any prior context but the anime preceded this with the three of them chatting more amicably [[BreakingTheFourthWall about]] Creator/SquareEnix [[BreakingTheFourthWall and]] {{Sunrise}}'s Creator/{{Sunrise}}'s [[BreakingTheFourthWall collaboration on the series.]]
11th Mar '16 10:42:08 PM Keybreak
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In [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-04-16/daily-lives-of-high-school-boys-manga-gets-live-action-film April 2013]] a live action film adaptation was anounced starring Masaki Suda (Series/KamenRiderDouble), Shuhei Nomura ([[Manga/GreatTeacherOnizuka GTO]] live action movie) and Ryo Yoshizawa (Series/KamenRiderFourze) as Tadakuni, Yoshitake and Hidenori, respectively. This was initially presented as an April Fools Day joke from Creator/SquareEnix but filming had already began in January and was released on October 12, 2013.

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In [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-04-16/daily-lives-of-high-school-boys-manga-gets-live-action-film April 2013]] a live action film adaptation was anounced announced starring Masaki Suda (Series/KamenRiderDouble), Shuhei Nomura ([[Manga/GreatTeacherOnizuka GTO]] live action movie) and Ryo Yoshizawa (Series/KamenRiderFourze) as Tadakuni, Yoshitake and Hidenori, respectively. This was initially presented as an April Fools Day joke from Creator/SquareEnix but filming had already began in January and was released on October 12, 2013.
14th Jan '16 3:47:39 PM nombretomado
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* AdaptationExpansion: The manga kicks off with Tadakuni wondering why his two friends are ''still'' in his room without any prior context but the anime preceded this with the three of them chatting more amicably [[BreakingTheFourthWall about ]]{{Square Enix}} [[BreakingTheFourthWall and ]]{{Sunrise}}'s [[BreakingTheFourthWall collaboration on the series.]]

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* AdaptationExpansion: The manga kicks off with Tadakuni wondering why his two friends are ''still'' in his room without any prior context but the anime preceded this with the three of them chatting more amicably [[BreakingTheFourthWall about ]]{{Square Enix}} about]] Creator/SquareEnix [[BreakingTheFourthWall and ]]{{Sunrise}}'s and]] {{Sunrise}}'s [[BreakingTheFourthWall collaboration on the series.]]
22nd Nov '15 11:04:59 PM Mr.French
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* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: While most of the cast is still in high school, with the exception of Hidenori all of them went to the same middle school together, which is when most of the important background information happened.
22nd Nov '15 2:14:24 AM Mr.French
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* ActionHoggingOpening: The opening sequence could fool you into thinking that there's more to the plot than 'High school boys do nothing'.

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* ActionHoggingOpening: The opening sequence could fool you into thinking that there's more to the plot series than 'High school boys do doing nothing'.
22nd Nov '15 2:11:36 AM Mr.French
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* ActionHoggingOpening: The opening sequence could fool you into thinking that there's more to the plot than 'High school boys do nothing'.
8th Nov '15 3:14:01 AM GeneralSpecific
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** [[spoiler: ''High School Boys and ...'' in episode 12; the only non-''Funky'' skit that is not based on manga.]]
*** Interestingly enough this has [[WildMassGuessing generated a fair bit of discussion]] [[http://i.imgur.com/a9vqT.jpg?1]], as the punchline to the skit as presented in the anime (incredibly similar to the start of a skit way back in episode 4) makes it seem that 9 of the 12 episodes of the anime ''never happened'', invalidating all of the characters introduced since then. [[spoiler:This is strictly anime-only, as the setup in question, with Tadakuni lying alone at home reading, does not appear in the manga.]]

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** [[spoiler: ''High School Boys and ...'' in episode 12; the only non-''Funky'' skit that is not based on manga.]]
***
]] Interestingly enough this has [[WildMassGuessing generated a fair bit of discussion]] [[http://i.imgur.com/a9vqT.jpg?1]], as the punchline to the skit as presented in the anime (incredibly similar to the start of a skit way back in episode 4) makes it seem that 9 of the 12 episodes of the anime ''never happened'', invalidating all of the characters introduced since then. [[spoiler:This is strictly anime-only, as the setup in question, with Tadakuni lying alone at home reading, does not appear in the manga.]]



** And at the end...
--->The last episode of ''Daily Lives of High School Boys'' is [[{{Bookends}} brought to you lazily by these sponsors]]...



* {{Bookends}}: [[spoiler:The anime ends with a small variation of the LateForSchool scene in the beginning.]] %%Can be un-spoilered after awhile.

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* {{Bookends}}: [[spoiler:The The anime ends with a small variation of the LateForSchool scene in the beginning.]] %%Can be un-spoilered after awhile.
24th Oct '15 9:33:14 AM Morgenthaler
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** In ''High School Boys and [[SchoolFestival Culture Festival]] (3)'', Ikushima ''put on the air'' about boys liking to put on the air. Her DistaffCounterpart Yoshitake is GenreSavvy enough to keep himself silent.

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** In ''High School Boys and [[SchoolFestival Culture Festival]] (3)'', Ikushima ''put on the air'' about boys liking to put on the air. Her DistaffCounterpart Yoshitake is GenreSavvy smart enough to keep himself silent.



** In the beginning Hidenori thought Tadakuni was too GenreBlind to say this, but eventually realized he said that because he's GenreSavvy enough to invoke this trope.

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** In the beginning Hidenori thought Tadakuni was too GenreBlind to say this, but eventually realized he said that because he's GenreSavvy smart enough to invoke this trope.



* SkirtsAndLadders: Poor Ringo is not GenreSavvy enough to recognize this trope.

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* SkirtsAndLadders: Poor Ringo is not GenreSavvy smart enough to recognize this trope.this.
20th Sep '15 1:28:22 PM SamCurt
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--->The last episode of ''Daily Lives of High School Boys'' is [[BookEnds brought to you lazily by these sponsors]]...

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--->The last episode of ''Daily Lives of High School Boys'' is [[BookEnds [[{{Bookends}} brought to you lazily by these sponsors]]...



* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The anime ends with a small variation of the LateForSchool scene in the beginning.]] %%Can be un-spoilered after awhile.

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* BookEnds: {{Bookends}}: [[spoiler:The anime ends with a small variation of the LateForSchool scene in the beginning.]] %%Can be un-spoilered after awhile.
2nd Jul '15 7:44:30 PM FALLOFALL
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* ArtEvolution: The art style of the manga has certainly evolved. Compare Hidenori's appearance in [[http://mangafox.me/manga/danshi_koukousei_no_nichijou/v01/c001/3.html this scan from the first chapter]] to [[http://mangafox.me/manga/danshi_koukousei_no_nichijou/v07/c107/3.html this one from chapter 107]]
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