History Manga / FutatsuNoSpica

27th Jul '16 7:07:50 AM EmKa
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* {{Scenery Porn}}: There are some gorgeous drawings of the night sky, the sea, the forest, cherry blossoms, and of course [[spoiler: Asumi's view of the earth from space]]
25th May '16 5:06:18 AM shadowmanwkp
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Asumi pretty much suffers from this throughout her whole entire life, and for the stupidest of reasons which really flummox this troper.

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Asumi pretty much suffers from this throughout her whole entire life, and for the stupidest of reasons which really flummox this troper.life.
27th Jan '16 10:54:07 PM Prfnoff
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A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has released the entire manga in the [[TheUnitedStates US]], but it's not in print anymore due to low sales, so some physical volumes might be very expensive nowadays. They are available from Amazon as Kindle e-books.

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A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK Creator/{{NHK}} aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has released the entire manga in the [[TheUnitedStates US]], but it's not in print anymore due to low sales, so some physical volumes might be very expensive nowadays. They are available from Amazon as Kindle e-books.
26th Dec '15 8:30:08 PM jormis29
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Five years later, Kyouko dies without ever having regained consciousness. After the funeral, Asumi meets a [[SpiritAdvisor strange man]] wearing a lion head from a mascot costume and playing a harmonica. Although she doesn't believe him at first, he is the ghost of one of the astronauts killed in the Lion incident. Between her teacher and her father telling her that dead people become stars, and talking with Lion-san, she decides to become a "[[{{Malaproper}} rocket driver]]" when she grows up.

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Five years later, Kyouko dies without ever having regained consciousness. After the funeral, Asumi meets a [[SpiritAdvisor strange man]] wearing a lion head from a mascot costume and playing a harmonica. Although she doesn't believe him at first, he is the ghost of one of the astronauts killed in the Lion incident. Between her teacher and her father telling her [[StarsAreSouls that dead people become stars, stars]], and talking with Lion-san, she decides to become a "[[{{Malaproper}} rocket driver]]" when she grows up.
26th Nov '15 2:17:00 PM spirasen
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An accident caused the Japanese space program's manned rocket, the Lion, to crash in to Yuigahama. [[PluckyGirl Asumi Kamogawa]], who was one year old at the time, survives the incident, protected by her mother [[MissingMom Kyouko]], who is badly burned and falls in to a coma.

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An accident caused the Japanese space program's manned rocket, the Lion, to crash in to into Yuigahama. [[PluckyGirl Asumi Kamogawa]], who was one year old at the time, survives the incident, protected by her mother [[MissingMom Kyouko]], who is badly burned and falls in to into a coma.



The main story line covers Asumi and the others during their time at Tokyo Space Academy, but there are numerous [[{{Flashback}} flashbacks]] to earlier periods.

The anime is only 20 episodes long, with a [[NoEnding non-ending]]. It follows the manga fairly closly until the end of the anime, but only covers part of the first five volumes, most of what was out at the time. Given the length differences, many of these tropes only apply to the manga.

A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has released the entire manga in the US, but it's not in print anymore due to low sales, so some physical volumes might be very expensive nowadays. They are available from Amazon as Kindle e-books.

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The main story line covers Asumi and the others during their time at Tokyo Space Academy, but there are numerous [[{{Flashback}} flashbacks]] {{flashback}}s to earlier periods.

The anime is only 20 episodes long, with a [[NoEnding non-ending]]. It follows the manga fairly closly closely until the end of the anime, but only covers part of the first five volumes, most of what was out at the time. Given the length differences, many of these tropes only apply to the manga.

A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has released the entire manga in the US, [[TheUnitedStates US]], but it's not in print anymore due to low sales, so some physical volumes might be very expensive nowadays. They are available from Amazon as Kindle e-books.
e-books.






22nd Jul '15 9:49:37 AM Willbyr
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[[caption-width:287:Kei, Marika, and Asumi]]

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11th Dec '14 6:53:42 PM MysterionFan
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* DudeMagnet: Marika.
10th Nov '13 6:17:57 PM Wraith
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A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has released the entire manga in the US, but it's not in print anymore due to low sales, so some volumes might be very expensive nowadays.

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A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has released the entire manga in the US, but it's not in print anymore due to low sales, so some physical volumes might be very expensive nowadays.
nowadays. They are available from Amazon as Kindle e-books.
10th Nov '13 2:58:28 PM MichaelKatsuro
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A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has started releasing the manga in the US.

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A LiveActionAdaptation produced by NHK aired in the summer of 2009. Vertical has started releasing released the entire manga in the US.
US, but it's not in print anymore due to low sales, so some volumes might be very expensive nowadays.
23rd Jul '13 4:11:24 PM SuperLlama
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* ButNowIMustGo: [[spoiler: Lion-san in the second-to-last chapter.]]
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