History Manga / DoctorSlump

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.
27th Nov '16 2:15:08 AM SurroundedByPerverts
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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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* {{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 ''DB'' fighting games (since they count that arc).arc).
** ''Many'' years later, Arale appears in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', having a brief cameo in episode 43 before a proper crossover story in episode 69.
23rd Nov '16 2:27:53 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** [[Franchise/StarTrek Spock]] is one of Arale's classmates. Replaced in the remake from a boy that resemble an human version of Freeza.

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** [[Franchise/StarTrek Spock]] is one of Arale's classmates. Replaced in the remake from with a boy that resemble an resembles a human version of Freeza.
13th Nov '16 11:34:34 AM bowserbros
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-->[[TheStinger See you in]] ''Manga/DragonBall'' !
-->[[HilariousInHindsight (If it ever comes out, that is.)]]
16th Oct '16 4:45:18 AM annette12
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* DemotedToExtra: Some characters are much more involved in the original series than in the remake, like Akane's sister Aoi, Tori-bot and the other Toriyama's AuthorAvatar caricatures, or baby Turbo who becomes a LastEpisodeNewCharacter in the remake, while he's introuced earlier in the original story.

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* DemotedToExtra: Some characters are much more involved in the original series than in the remake, like such as Akane's sister Aoi, Tori-bot and the other Toriyama's AuthorAvatar caricatures, or baby Turbo who becomes a LastEpisodeNewCharacter in the remake, while he's introuced introduced earlier in the original story.



* {{Fartillery}} : Arale can fly by farting

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* {{Fartillery}} : {{Fartillery}}: Arale can fly by farting in one chapter.



** Suppaman, the fly-man from space and Parzan (''Tarzan'' parody) all look the same. This sometimes is commented upon.

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** Suppaman, the Bubibinman (the fly-man from space space), and Parzan (''Tarzan'' parody) all look the same. This sometimes is commented upon.



* SdrawkcabName: Toriyama came up with the name of Dr. Mashirito, Senbei's MadScientist rival, by reverting the order of the syllables in his editor's surname, Torishima.
** There's also Makusa, who runs the takoyaki stand / sweets shop. He's a caricature of Akira Sakuma, who collaborated with Toriyama on his ''Crappy Manga Laboratory'' series.

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* SdrawkcabName: SdrawkcabName:
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Toriyama came up with the name of Dr. Mashirito, Senbei's MadScientist rival, by reverting the order of the syllables in his editor's surname, Torishima.
** There's also Makusa, who runs the takoyaki stand / sweets shop. He's a caricature of Akira Sakuma, who collaborated with Toriyama on his ''Crappy Manga Laboratory'' series.



* ToiletHumour: Four words: Poop on a Stick. This was later {{Lampshaded}} early on in DragonBall.

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* ToiletHumour: A lot.
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Four words: Poop on a Stick. This was later {{Lampshaded}} early on in DragonBall.



** Let's not forget the fly-like alien who picks a nearby piece of dog crap up and ''eats it'' ! Needless to say, the other characters (Except [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Arale]]) were ''disgusted''.

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** Let's not forget the Bubibinman, a fly-like alien who alien, picks a nearby piece of dog crap up and ''eats it'' ! Needless to say, the other characters (Except (except [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Arale]]) were ''disgusted''.



** MemeticMutation: That image of a bear shedding a single tear that pops up often in {{Imageboards}} comes from this chapter.



* VillainSong: Dr. Mashiritio was given one in ''Hoyoyo Space Adventure''. It starts ominous at first, but it changes to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHlvb4GSSoo a very cheesy 80's rock song.]]

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* VillainSong: Dr. Mashiritio Mashirito was given one in ''Hoyoyo Space Adventure''. It starts ominous at first, but it changes to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHlvb4GSSoo a very cheesy 80's rock song.]]
16th Oct '16 1:39:57 AM annette12
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* {{Badass}}: Arale, due to being an android, is virtually indestructible.
* BadassAdorable: Arale obviously, but also Gatchan, Obotchaman and later Turbo Norimaki.

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* {{Badass}}: Arale, due to being an android, is virtually indestructible.
* BadassAdorable: Arale obviously, but also Gatchan, Obotchaman and later Turbo Norimaki.



* {{Canon|Discontinuity}}[=/=]FanonDiscontinuity: As much as the series as a whole employs NegativeContinuity to clean up Arale's messes, the '90s anime in particular goes quietly ignored by both the fandom and the creators. All merchandise (and the lone new chapter) released afterwards is based on the original series and its iconic style. Possibly the only place you'll find the '90s characters is in the ''Dragon Ball Heroes'' manga, which is set in a far future (and potential AU) of ''DragonBall''.

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* {{Canon|Discontinuity}}[=/=]FanonDiscontinuity: CanonDiscontinuity: As much as the series as a whole employs NegativeContinuity to clean up Arale's messes, the '90s anime in particular goes quietly ignored by both the fandom and the creators. All merchandise (and the lone new chapter) released afterwards is based on the original series and its iconic style. Possibly the only place you'll find the '90s characters is in the ''Dragon Ball Heroes'' manga, which is set in a far future (and potential AU) of ''DragonBall''.



* DemotedToExtra: Some characters are much more involved in the original series than in the remake, like Akane's sister Aoi, Tori-bot and the other Toriyama's AuthorAvatar caricatures, or baby Turbo who becomes a LastEpisodeNewCharacter in the remake, while he's introuced earlier in the original story.
* DenserAndWackier: Subverted. While the 90s remake is still wacky, it comes off as ''tame'' compared to the original anime which is much more absurd and crazy in comparison.



* ExtremeOmnivore: Gatchan, who likes to eat metal.

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* ExtremeOmnivore: Gatchan, who likes to Gatchan can eat metal. ''anything'' except rubber.



* {{Fanservice}}: Midori provides several moments.

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* {{Fanservice}}: {{Fanservice}}:
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Midori provides several moments.



* OfficialCouple: Senbei and Midori is one, hooking up midway in the series. Also Arale with Obotchaman, where it was shown in the future that Senbei had built a baby robot for the both of them.

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* OfficialCouple: Senbei and Midori is one, hooking up midway in the series. Also Arale with Obotchaman, where it was shown in the future that Senbei had built a baby robot for the both of them. And the secondary couples like Taro/Tsururin, Akane/Tsukutsun, and Pisuke/Hiyoko are all confirmed to be HappilyMarried in the future.
6th Oct '16 7:33:35 PM Animeking1108
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* YouDontLookLikeYou: In the remake. The most notable examples are Taro, Akane, and Midori.
5th Sep '16 7:12:17 PM RAMChYLD
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* TheKiddieRide: [[http://kimcafe.blogspot.my/2008/12/drslump-arare-chan-timemachine.html Arale-chan on a time machine]]. It appears to be a very early ride by Banpresto.



* TheKiddieRide: [[http://kimcafe.blogspot.my/2008/12/drslump-arare-chan-timemachine.html Arale-chan on a time machine]]. It appears to be a very early ride by Banpresto.
31st Aug '16 11:15:15 PM RAMChYLD
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* TheKiddieRide: [[http://kimcafe.blogspot.my/2008/12/drslump-arare-chan-timemachine.html Arale-chan on a time machine]]. It appears to be a very early ride by Banpresto.
23rd Aug '16 7:04:12 PM nombretomado
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A classic gag manga and anime by AkiraToriyama, ''Dr. Slump'' chronicles the misadventures of Senbei Norimaki, a semi-competent inventor, and his latest invention, a robot girl named Arale who appears to be an ordinary human... aside from her superhuman strength and space cadet behavior.

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A classic gag manga and anime by AkiraToriyama, Creator/AkiraToriyama, ''Dr. Slump'' chronicles the misadventures of Senbei Norimaki, a semi-competent inventor, and his latest invention, a robot girl named Arale who appears to be an ordinary human... aside from her superhuman strength and space cadet behavior.
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