History Manga / DoctorSlump

8th Jun '17 10:21:15 AM LushSauveline
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* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Arale
** TheLeader: Akane
** TheLancer: Taro
** TheSmartGuy / TheFace: Peasuke
** TheChick: Tsururin
** TheBigGuy: Tsukutsun
** TheHeart: Obotchaman
5th May '17 7:01:50 AM annette12
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* BeautyBrainsAndBrawn: The three girls in Arale's group of friends. Tsururin is the Beauty (being considered pretty by the boys), Akane is the Brains (street smart, usually the leader and the one who comes up with all the ideas), and Arale is the Brawn for obvious reasons.


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* {{Crossdresser}}: Senbei ends up crossdressing many times due to RuleOfFunny, like playing the female lead in parodies of ''Literature/LittleRedRidingHood'' and ''Literature/{{Cinderella}}''. Even the first chapter has him briefly DisguisedInDrag.


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* NotAllowedToGrowUp: In the ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' crossover in 2016 all the characters look exactly the same as 20/30 years ago. Justified with Arale because she's an android, not so much with the rest of the cast. Made worse by the fact that there was already a crossover back in the first ''Manga/DragonBall'' series where Arale and Co. meet Goku as a kid.
1st May '17 12:22:55 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** While Arale is usually hopelessly naive and clueless about everything, she's by far the smartest student in her class and particularly a math prodigy (her math skills are a RunningGag). She also can remove a frog's appendix and build a sexy spare head all on her own.

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** While Arale is usually hopelessly naive and clueless about everything, she's by far the smartest student in her class and particularly a [[GoodWithNumbers math prodigy prodigy]] (her math skills are a RunningGag). She also can remove a frog's appendix and build a sexy spare head all on her own.
14th Apr '17 1:55:08 AM rafi
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* AllClothUnravels: In the anime adaptation of ''The Story of Donbe'', Aoi Kimidori is seen talking to Kurikinton Soramame when Donbei ties a thread of her dress to a car which took off and unraveled her dress in front of him causing her to get embarrassed and slap Kurikinton.
14th Apr '17 1:36:56 AM rafi
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* IdenticalStranger: Nonko and Anko, two girl (from the city) that look like Akane and Arale (Nonko has a different hairstyle while Anko is a brunette). When Anko loses her lens (after being shocked seeing a living poop), she is obliged to put her glasses and is mistaken for Arale by Senbei that takes her to the Norimaki Residence. While searching for her friend, Nonko meets Arale and mistakes her for Anko. Nonko realizes that Arale is not Anko only when in the plane back to their home.
14th Apr '17 1:24:07 AM rafi
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* BaseballEpisode: Episode 155-156 has an improvvised Penguin Village's baseball team (consists of all the youngest characters of the show, included naturally Arale and Gatchan) invited to a challenge against the ''big city'' team.
4th Mar '17 11:50:14 AM JohnnyHuang
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* GroinAttack: At the start of the series, when Senbei has finished building Arale's body, he tells her to raise her hand to test out her body. She raises her hand in a fist... and guess where said fist ''hits''. Ouch.
17th Feb '17 7:50:24 AM WillBGood
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Said misadventures usually involve another of Senbei's inventions going awry, Senbei trying to woo Arale's teacher, the lovely Midori Yamabuki, or Arale and her friend Gatchan (an androgynous baby with wings, antennae, and a tendency to eat cars who hatched from an egg) interacting with the other bizarre denizens of their hometown of Penguin Village. Said denizens include the town police force (which includes a guy in a ''Star Wars'' Stormtrooper helmet, a trigger-happy lady cop, and two officers who keep getting their car wrecked by Arale), Suppaman (a short, pudgy, dim-witted Superman wannabe who supposedly gets his superpowers from pickled plums), King Nikochan (a goofy, would-be [[{{pirate}} space pirate]] stranded on Earth) and Dr. Mashirito (Senbei's rival in mad science who happens to be a caricature of Kazuhiko Torishima, the editor for the ''Dr. Slump'' manga).

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Said misadventures usually involve another of Senbei's inventions going awry, Senbei trying to woo Arale's teacher, the lovely Midori Yamabuki, or Arale and her friend Gatchan (an androgynous baby who hatched from an egg with wings, antennae, and a tendency to eat cars who hatched from an egg) cars) interacting with the other bizarre denizens of their hometown of Penguin Village. Said denizens include the town police force (which includes a guy in a ''Star Wars'' Stormtrooper helmet, a trigger-happy lady cop, and two officers who keep getting their car wrecked by Arale), Suppaman (a short, pudgy, dim-witted Superman wannabe who supposedly gets his superpowers from pickled plums), King Nikochan (a goofy, would-be [[{{pirate}} space pirate]] stranded on Earth) and Dr. Mashirito (Senbei's rival in mad science who happens to be a caricature of Kazuhiko Torishima, the editor for the ''Dr. Slump'' manga).
25th Dec '16 1:54:59 AM annette12
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* {{Crossover}}: With ''Franchise/DragonBall''. The Red Ribbon Army story (particularly the latter half of the ''General Blue'' section) arc has Goku landing in Penguin Village and meeting the Dr. Slump cast. The two series are thus said to take place in the same universe, although this fact has virtually no effect on either of them aside from the one story arc. However, it ''does'' mean that Arale has appeared in several of the ''DB'' fighting games (since they count that arc). ''Many'' years later, Arale appears in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', having a brief cameo in Episode 43 before a proper crossover story in Episode 69.

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With ''Franchise/DragonBall''. The Red Ribbon Army story (particularly the latter half of the ''General Blue'' section) arc has Goku landing in Penguin Village and meeting the Dr. Slump cast. The two series are thus said to take place in the same universe, although this fact has virtually no effect on either of them aside from the one story arc. However, it ''does'' mean that Arale has appeared in several of the ''DB'' fighting games (since they count that arc).
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''Many'' years later, Arale appears in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', having a brief cameo in Episode 43 before a proper crossover story in Episode 69.
6th Dec '16 5:57:14 AM Ramona122003
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* {{Crossover}}: With ''Franchise/DragonBall''. The Red Ribbon Army story (particularly the latter half of the ''General Blue'' section) arc has Goku landing in Penguin Village and meeting the Dr. Slump cast. The two series are thus said to take place in the same universe, although this fact has virtually no effect on either of them aside from the one story arc. However, it ''does'' mean that Arale has appeared in several of the ''DB'' fighting games (since they count that arc).
** ''Many'' years later, Arale appears in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', having a brief cameo in episode 43 before a proper crossover story in episode 69.

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* {{Crossover}}: With ''Franchise/DragonBall''. The Red Ribbon Army story (particularly the latter half of the ''General Blue'' section) arc has Goku landing in Penguin Village and meeting the Dr. Slump cast. The two series are thus said to take place in the same universe, although this fact has virtually no effect on either of them aside from the one story arc. However, it ''does'' mean that Arale has appeared in several of the ''DB'' fighting games (since they count that arc).
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arc). ''Many'' years later, Arale appears in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', having a brief cameo in episode Episode 43 before a proper crossover story in episode Episode 69.
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