History Manga / GingaNagareboshiGin

11th Jun '17 8:32:27 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AnimalJingoism: Dogs and bears are mortal enemies. The whole plot revolves around the dogs gathering enough "soldiers" to battle the bears, and the actual battle itself. Though the protagonist is able to overcome this, as shown when he got upset after seeing another dog kill two innocent bear cubs.


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* AnimalJingoism: Dogs and bears are mortal enemies. The whole plot revolves around the dogs gathering enough "soldiers" to battle the bears, and the actual battle itself. Though the protagonist is able to overcome this, as shown when he got upset after seeing another dog kill two innocent bear cubs.
10th Feb '17 12:54:53 PM MarkLungo
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19th Jan '17 2:26:04 PM DustSnitch
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* MookChivalry: Averted. The enemies tend to attack en masse. [[BadAss This doesn't seem to be a problem for the heroes though]].

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* MookChivalry: Averted. The enemies tend to attack en masse. [[BadAss This doesn't seem to be a problem for the heroes though]].though.



* WouldntHitAGirl: Chutora, after being informed by Gin that Cross is a female, refuses to fight her anymore. Even when she sinks her teeth into his neck he does little besides standing there and make a bored-sounding threat. In the manga, discovering that he has been fighting a female triggers a BerserkButton, and he proceeds to [[BadAss beat up the rest of the pack by himself]].

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* WouldntHitAGirl: Chutora, after being informed by Gin that Cross is a female, refuses to fight her anymore. Even when she sinks her teeth into his neck he does little besides standing there and make a bored-sounding threat. In the manga, discovering that he has been fighting a female triggers a BerserkButton, and he proceeds to [[BadAss beat up the rest of the pack by himself]].himself.
24th Dec '16 2:26:47 PM Lancelot07
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** And yet, few episodes later, we have Riki thinking about how [[LaserGuidedAmnesia he can't remember anything]] from six months ago and earlier. Assuming that falling down the cliff in episode 1 was what caused his amnesia, and that Gin was ''a day-old puppy'' when it happened, it [[WritersCannotDoMath doesn't make much sense]].

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** And yet, few episodes later, we have Riki thinking about how [[LaserGuidedAmnesia he can't remember anything]] from six months ago and earlier. Assuming that falling down the cliff in episode 1 was what caused his amnesia, and that Gin was ''a day-old puppy'' ''two weeks old'' when it happened, it [[WritersCannotDoMath doesn't make much sense]].
20th Nov '16 4:29:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Forget iron, [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Akame]] is most likely made of pure adamantium. He gets ''scythed in the neck'' by Kurojaki soon after his introduction and he has all but shrugged it off an hour or so later. That's just the beginning, though: later in the series he gets Shuga's spear-like front leg shoved into his stomach and the battle with White Tiger ends with the latter's (regular) leg paw-deep in Akame's neck. He ''barely minds'' these two injuries, by the way.

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** Forget iron, [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Akame]] Akame is most likely made of pure adamantium. He gets ''scythed in the neck'' by Kurojaki soon after his introduction and he has all but shrugged it off an hour or so later. That's just the beginning, though: later in the series he gets Shuga's spear-like front leg shoved into his stomach and the battle with White Tiger ends with the latter's (regular) leg paw-deep in Akame's neck. He ''barely minds'' these two injuries, by the way.



* ConvectionSchmonvection: When one of Gaia's ChildSoldiers tries to take Akame with him to the volcano crater, Akame uses his [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja ninja skills]] to kick his assailant into the lava below and makes his way out unharmed. He was about a ''meter'' away from the lava's surface and his fur didn't even get singed. Then again, [[MadeOfIron this is Akame we're talking about.]]

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: When one of Gaia's ChildSoldiers tries to take Akame with him to the volcano crater, Akame uses his [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja ninja skills]] skills to kick his assailant into the lava below and makes his way out unharmed. He was about a ''meter'' away from the lava's surface and his fur didn't even get singed. Then again, [[MadeOfIron this is Akame we're talking about.]]
24th Oct '16 7:19:50 AM Lancelot07
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Let's be more specific: it stars Gin, an Akita Inu pup and the son of the bear-hunting dog Riki. Riki and his owner, Gohei Takeda, had been hunting a deranged bear known as Akakabuto (based on a famous historical rogue bear who terrorized a town) after the bear killed Riki's father. Circumstances led to Gohei losing his leg, and Riki seemingly falling to his death. So Gohei needed a new hunting dog. He picked Gin.

Months later, Gin, after having been trained by Gohei and returned to his original owner, Daisuke, leaves his friend to join a pack of wild dogs. It turns out that Riki survived, but with amnesia, and had formed a pack just to fight and finish off Akakabuto and his fellow bears. So begins an adventure involving many battles, travelling across Japan to find allies, and learning battle techniques.

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Let's be more specific: it stars Gin, an Akita Inu pup and the son of the bear-hunting dog Riki. Riki and his owner, Gohei Takeda, had been hunting a deranged bear known as Akakabuto (based on a famous historical rogue bear who terrorized a town) after the bear killed Riki's father. Circumstances led to Gohei losing his leg, and Riki seemingly falling to his death. So Thus, Gohei needed a new hunting dog. He picked Gin.

Months later, Gin, after having been trained by Gohei and returned to his original owner, Daisuke, leaves his friend to join a pack of wild dogs. It turns out that Riki survived, but with amnesia, and had formed a pack just to fight and finish off Akakabuto and his fellow bears. So begins an adventure involving many battles, travelling across Japan to find allies, and learning battle techniques.
1st Oct '16 5:13:38 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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Months later, Gin, after having been trained by Gohei and returned to his original owner, Daisuke, [[spoiler:leaves his friend to join a pack of wild dogs. It turns out that Riki survived, but with amnesia, and had formed a pack just to fight and finish off Akakabuto and his fellow bears. So begins an adventure involving many battles, travelling across Japan to find allies, and learning battle techniques.]]

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Months later, Gin, after having been trained by Gohei and returned to his original owner, Daisuke, [[spoiler:leaves leaves his friend to join a pack of wild dogs. It turns out that Riki survived, but with amnesia, and had formed a pack just to fight and finish off Akakabuto and his fellow bears. So begins an adventure involving many battles, travelling across Japan to find allies, and learning battle techniques.]]
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1st Oct '16 5:13:12 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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''Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin'' (銀牙 -流れ星 銀-, literally "Silver Fang: The Shooting Star Gin") is an adventure/action manga and anime produced in the 1980s. The mangaka, Yoshihiro Takahashi, took inspiration from an article he read about pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness. Subsequently he created a story about... pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness.

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''Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin'' (銀牙 -流れ星 銀-, literally "Silver Fang: The Shooting Star Gin") is an adventure/action {{Shonen}} manga and anime produced published in the 1980s.Magazine/ShonenJump between 1983 to 1987. The mangaka, Yoshihiro Takahashi, took inspiration from an article he read about pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness. Subsequently he created a story about... pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness.
1st Oct '16 5:08:20 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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An adventure/action manga and anime produced in the 1980s. The mangaka, Yoshihiro Takahashi, took inspiration from an article he read about pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness. Subsequently he created a story about... pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness.

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An ''Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin'' (銀牙 -流れ星 銀-, literally "Silver Fang: The Shooting Star Gin") is an adventure/action manga and anime produced in the 1980s. The mangaka, Yoshihiro Takahashi, took inspiration from an article he read about pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness. Subsequently he created a story about... pet dogs that had run away from their owners to live in the wilderness.
4th Jul '16 6:44:03 AM Digsu
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** Similarily, both anime and manga seem to portray dog fighting as an acceptable and noble sport, where the dogs themselves don't mind their profession, and are also well cared for by their owners. In reality, dog fighting got banned for the horrible animal cruelty it was, where the dogs would often be starved to be as ferocious as possible in the ring, and usually came from a fight with open wounds and even missing body parts such as ears or parts of their jaw. The owners only cared for how much money their dog would earn them, and would have them put down in a heartbeat if they no longer proved useful.

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** Similarily, both anime and manga seem to portray The series' portrayal of Japanese dog fighting as an acceptable is very heavy on the artistic licenses. Dog fighting in Japan has more in common with sumo wrestling than the Western bloodsport, and noble sport, where the dogs themselves don't mind "fight" by attempting to push each other out of the ring. During their profession, epic showdown, Benizakura and are also well cared for by their owners. In reality, dog fighting got banned for the horrible animal cruelty it was, where the dogs Tsuna-arashi would often be starved to be as ferocious as possible in the ring, and usually came from a fight with open wounds and even missing body parts such as ears or parts of their jaw. The owners only cared for how much money their dog would earn them, and would both have them put down gotten disqualified many times over were it a real-life match, as growling and barking are strictly prohibited in a heartbeat if they no longer proved useful.actual fights, as is injuring the opposing dog.
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