History Manga / HoneyHoneyNoSutekiNaBouken

18th Mar '18 12:54:43 PM Monolaf317
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* DoubleDoubleTitle: This series is released in some countries as simply ''Honey Honey''.
9th Dec '17 5:27:43 PM GarrulousTiger
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Literally "Honey Honey's Wonderful Adventures", first a 1966 manga series by Hideko Mizuno, Creator/OsamuTezuka's assistant and one of the first successful female mangaka. Later it was made into a 29-episode anime series by Creator/ToeiAnimation for the Kokusai Eiga (Movie International) company in 1981.

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Literally "Honey Honey's Wonderful Adventures", first a 1966 manga series by Hideko Mizuno, Creator/OsamuTezuka's assistant and one of the first successful female mangaka. Later it was made into a 29-episode anime series by Creator/ToeiAnimation for the Kokusai Eiga (Movie International) company in 1981.
1981 and telecast on Fuji TV from October 1981 to May 1982.
9th Dec '17 5:26:30 PM GarrulousTiger
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Early promotional artwork for the anime depicts Honey as a brunette. In the finished product, she became a blonde.
9th Dec '17 5:23:40 PM GarrulousTiger
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: In almost every dub, except the Portuguese dub aired in Brazil, which used the Japanese closing theme for both the opening ''and'' closing.
3rd Apr '17 6:20:01 PM Luigifan
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Note that unlike most early shojo series, Honey Honey refuses to take itself seriously ([[spoiler: except once or twice, towards the end, and that doesn't stick too much]]).

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Note that unlike most early shojo series, Honey Honey refuses to take itself seriously ([[spoiler: except ([[spoiler:except once or twice, towards the end, and that doesn't stick too much]]).



* DoorstopBaby: Honey herself. Actually a variation on this trope, as Honey is left not at someone's door but in a field in the springtime, surrounded by honeybees - which is where she got her name from - and subsequently brought up in a (presumably Catholic) convent. Her cat Lily was also abandoned, and as Honey explains in the first episode, that's why she and her cat are so close.

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* DoorstopBaby: Honey herself. Actually a variation on this trope, as Honey is left not at someone's door but in a field in the springtime, surrounded by honeybees - -- which is where she got her name from - -- and subsequently brought up in a (presumably Catholic) convent. Her cat Lily was also abandoned, and as Honey explains in the first episode, that's why she and her cat are so close.



* FallenPrincess: [[spoiler: What Honey turns out to be.]]

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* FallenPrincess: [[spoiler: What [[spoiler:What Honey turns out to be.]]



* HiddenPurposeTest: The Vikings capture Honey and force her to walk on red-hot coals. She thinks it's just to torture her. [[spoiler: Actually, she has to remove her shoes because they are looking for a rose-shaped birthmark that represents royalty on a young girl's foot. Guess what, she has it!]]

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* HiddenPurposeTest: The Vikings capture Honey and force her to walk on red-hot coals. She thinks it's just to torture her. [[spoiler: Actually, [[spoiler:Actually, she has to remove her shoes because they are looking for a rose-shaped birthmark that represents royalty on a young girl's foot. Guess what, she has it!]]



* HornyVikings: Kidnapped by Vikings. Yes. [[spoiler: They turn out to be former retainers of Honey's parents (hence why they knew about the rose-shaped mark), and their leader Erik is also Phoenix's father.]]

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* HornyVikings: Kidnapped by Vikings. Yes. [[spoiler: They [[spoiler:They turn out to be former retainers of Honey's parents (hence why they knew about the rose-shaped mark), and their leader Erik is also Phoenix's father.]]



* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The death of Phoenix's father/Honey's protector Erik]] is one of the few dark spots in an otherwise very light and fun series.
* MuggedForDisguise: At one point Phoenix poses as Princess Flora after stealing her gown, leaving the real Flora BoundAndGagged in a closet.

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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The death of Phoenix's father/Honey's protector Erik]] is one of the few dark spots in an otherwise very light and fun series.
* MuggedForDisguise: At one point point, Phoenix poses as Princess Flora after stealing her gown, leaving the real Flora BoundAndGagged in a closet.



* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Repeatedly claimed by Phoenix, but as the series continues it becomes clear that he doesn't mean it.

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* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Repeatedly claimed by Phoenix, but as the series continues continues, it becomes clear that he doesn't mean it.



** Spot the reference [[http://s238.photobucket.com/albums/ff228/letsanime/?action=view¤t=honeyhollywood.jpg when she goes to Hollywood]]

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** Spot the reference [[http://s238.photobucket.com/albums/ff228/letsanime/?action=view¤t=honeyhollywood.jpg when she goes to Hollywood]]Hollywood]].
30th Sep '15 9:00:34 PM nombretomado
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Literally "Honey Honey's Wonderful Adventures", first a 1966 manga series by Hideko Mizuno, OsamuTezuka's assistant and one of the first successful female mangaka. Later it was made into a 29-episode anime series by Creator/ToeiAnimation for the Kokusai Eiga (Movie International) company in 1981.

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Literally "Honey Honey's Wonderful Adventures", first a 1966 manga series by Hideko Mizuno, OsamuTezuka's Creator/OsamuTezuka's assistant and one of the first successful female mangaka. Later it was made into a 29-episode anime series by Creator/ToeiAnimation for the Kokusai Eiga (Movie International) company in 1981.
16th Sep '15 4:04:29 AM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:289:Not pictured: [[AnachronismStew King Kong, Geronimo, Vikings, and Robin Hood at the Grand Prix]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:289:Not [-[[caption-width-right:289:Not pictured: [[AnachronismStew King Kong, Geronimo, Vikings, and Robin Hood at the Grand Prix]]]]
Prix]]]]-]
4th Sep '15 9:12:37 AM luisedgarf
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* DubNameChange: Honey's name is almost always changed, but most of the rest of the other characters' remain unchanged.

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* DubNameChange: Honey's name is almost always changed, but most of the rest of the other characters' remain unchanged. This was inverted in the Mexican Spanish dub instead.
4th May '15 11:14:39 PM erforce
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* ShoutOut: Flora is kidnapped by a giant ape and carried to the top of 70's skyscrapers in a ''Film/KingKong'' reference, and the show [[AnachronismStew makes no apologies for that.]]

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Flora is kidnapped by a giant ape and carried to the top of 70's skyscrapers in a ''Film/KingKong'' ''Film/KingKong1933'' reference, and the show [[AnachronismStew makes no apologies for that.]]
11th Oct '14 1:05:28 AM comicwriter
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* MuggedForDisguise: At one point Phoenix poses as Princess Flora after stealing her gown, leaving the real Flora BoundAndGagged in a closet.
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