History Manga / JyuOhSei

2nd Feb '16 5:38:25 AM Wilderstorm
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* BlackDudeDiesFirst: The members of the Night Ring all have dark skin and get massacred halfway through the series. Their leader Jeso is the first Top to be killed (on-screen at least) after the TimeSkip. [[spoiler: a few survive and attempt to kill Zagi, but wind up shooting Tiz.]]

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* BlackDudeDiesFirst: The members of the Night Ring all have dark skin and get massacred halfway through the series. Their leader Jeso is the first Top to be killed (on-screen at least) after the TimeSkip. [[spoiler: a A few survive and attempt to kill Zagi, but wind up shooting Tiz.]]


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* ButNotTooBlack: In the manga, the skin tones of the four Rings are ''far'' more obviously different. Most notably, the Ochre Ring in the manga is made up of actual brown people, whereas Third in the anime just looks like he has a tan.
31st Jan '16 6:33:33 PM Wilderstorm
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* AmbiguouslyBi: Zagi. His relationship with Karim is [[MasochismTango complicated]], but definitely of a romantic/sexual nature; and his attraction to Thor is so blatant that Karim gets ''jealous''.


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* BiTheWay: Zagi. His relationship with Karim is [[MasochismTango complicated]], but definitely of a romantic/sexual nature; and his attraction to Thor is so blatant that Karim gets ''jealous''.
31st Jan '16 6:22:02 PM Wilderstorm
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* AmbiguouslyBi: Zagi. His relationship with Karim is [[MasochismTango complicated]], but definitely of a romantic nature; and his attraction to Thor is so blatant that Karim gets ''jealous''.

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* AmbiguouslyBi: Zagi. His relationship with Karim is [[MasochismTango complicated]], but definitely of a romantic romantic/sexual nature; and his attraction to Thor is so blatant that Karim gets ''jealous''.



* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Thor maintains that he wants to leave Chimaera as a human being, refusing to allow the brutal nature of the planet to turn him into a beast. Third points out that there is no beast more dangerous than a human being.

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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Thor maintains that he wants to leave Chimaera as a human being, refusing to allow the brutal nature of the planet to turn him into a beast. Third points out that there is no beast more vicious or dangerous than a human being.



* JapanesePronouns: Karim and Tiz use the masculine "ore" in the manga. In the anime Karim uses "watashi."

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* JapanesePronouns: Karim and Tiz use the masculine "ore" in the manga. In the anime anime, Karim uses "watashi."



** Also, the Ochre Ring's Top before the TimeSkip.

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** Also, the The Ochre Ring's Top before the TimeSkip.TimeSkip was at least as big a jerk as Zagi, without ''any'' of the qualities that make Zagi an interesting character.



* PenalColony: Chimera, [[spoiler: or at least that's what they want people to believe. In fact it's a testing ground for breeding a new variety of humans hardy enough to survive in that star system.]]
* ProgressivelyPrettier: Most of the characters in the manga, but Zagi stands out.

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* PenalColony: Chimera, [[spoiler: or at least that's what they want people to believe. In fact it's a testing ground for breeding a new variety of humans hardy enough to survive in that the Balkan star system.]]
* ProgressivelyPrettier: Most of the characters in the manga, manga due to ArtEvolution, but Zagi stands out.especially.
31st Jan '16 5:28:17 PM Wilderstorm
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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Thor maintains that he wants to leave Chimaera as a human being, refusing to allow the brutal nature of the planet to turn him into a beast. Third points out that there is no beast more dangerous than a human being.


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* WildChild: Every child born on Chimaera is abandoned in infancy, to be raised in "yado nests" by other wild children until they're older and strong enough to earn their place in a Ring. Zagi is introduced as the leader of one of the feral packs -- he's the closest thing to human among them.
31st Jan '16 4:42:55 PM Wilderstorm
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* Myth/GreekMythology and Myth/NorseMythology: Many planets, people, and ships are named after figures from the two. Some are symbolic, some are done for worldbuilding, and some just seem random.


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* ReligiousAndMythologicalThemeNaming: Many planets, people, and ships are named after mythological figures, predominantly from Greek and Norse mythology. Some are symbolic, some are done for worldbuilding, and some just seem random.
4th May '15 1:13:04 PM nombretomado
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* GreekMythology and NorseMythology: Many planets, people, and ships are named after figures from the two. Some are symbolic, some are done for worldbuilding, and some just seem random.

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* GreekMythology Myth/GreekMythology and NorseMythology: Myth/NorseMythology: Many planets, people, and ships are named after figures from the two. Some are symbolic, some are done for worldbuilding, and some just seem random.
7th Mar '15 4:05:30 PM Wilderstorm
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* CelebrityVoiceActor: The voices of adult Thor and Third were provided by idols Koichi Domoto and Shun Oguri, respectively. Although neither of them had any previous voice acting experience, they both did a surprisingly good job.



* HeyItsThatVoice
** Creator/NanaMizuki as Tiz
** Creator/KazuyaNakai as Zagi
** [[Creator/RomiPark Romi Paku]] as Karim
** Creator/MinamiTakayama as young [[TalkingToHimself Thor and Rai]] ''and'' their mother.
** In the dub, older Thor is [[YuYuHakusho Koenma]], and Zagi is [[YuYuHakusho Sakyo]] and [[FruitsBasket Yuki]] (!)
*** Also in the dub [[TalkingToHimself Thor and Rai]] are voiced by Alison Viktorin, who much like Creator/MinamiTakayama also voices [[Manga/DetectiveConan Conan Edogawa]]
22nd Feb '15 12:16:54 AM Wilderstorm
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* AmbiguouslyBi: Zagi. His relationship with Karim is [[MasochismTango complicated]], but definitely of a romantic nature; and his attraction to Thor is so blatant that Karim gets ''jealous''.



* ProgressivelyPrettier: Most of the characters in the manga, but Zagi stands out.



** Zagi might also count. He's fighting for independence and the abolition of a cruel and manipulative ruling system, but his methods are ruthless and downright cruel at times.

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** Zagi might also count. He's fighting for independence and the abolition of a cruel and manipulative ruling system, but his methods are ruthless and downright cruel brutal at times.
16th Nov '14 10:37:00 AM MagBas
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* BlackDudeDiesFirst: The members of the Night Ring all have dark skin and get [[UnfortunateImplications massacred]] halfway through the series. Their leader Jeso is the first Top to be killed (on-screen at least) after the TimeSkip. [[spoiler: a few survive and attempt to kill Zagi, but wind up shooting Tiz.]]

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* BlackDudeDiesFirst: The members of the Night Ring all have dark skin and get [[UnfortunateImplications massacred]] massacred halfway through the series. Their leader Jeso is the first Top to be killed (on-screen at least) after the TimeSkip. [[spoiler: a few survive and attempt to kill Zagi, but wind up shooting Tiz.]]
8th Sep '14 12:45:26 PM StFan
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[[caption-width:280: Only the prettiest can survive.]]

''Jyu Oh Sei'' (''Planet of the Beast King'') is a ScienceFiction {{manga}} that was turned into a [[TwelveEpisodeAnime eleven episode anime]] in 2006. It was released in America in 2008. Jyu Oh Sei tells the story of Thor, a young boy who, along with his twin brother Rai (who quickly dies), is kidnapped from his home and taken to the penal colony Chimera, the Planet of the Beast King. In order to survive in Chimera's harsh environment, the prisoners (and more importantly, the descendants of those prisoners) are forced to become like savage beasts. The more Thor learns about the planet, the more he is forced to accept that, in order to survive and escape Chimera, he will have to become a beast himself.

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[[caption-width:280: Only [[caption-width-right:280:Only the prettiest can survive.]]

''Jyu Oh Sei'' ''Jyu-Oh-Sei'' (''Planet of the Beast King'') is a ScienceFiction {{manga}} that was turned into a [[TwelveEpisodeAnime eleven episode anime]] in 2006. It was released in America in 2008. Jyu Oh Sei tells the story of Thor, a young boy who, along with his twin brother Rai (who quickly dies), is kidnapped from his home and taken to the penal colony Chimera, the Planet of the Beast King. In order to survive in Chimera's harsh environment, the prisoners (and more importantly, the descendants of those prisoners) are forced to become like savage beasts. The more Thor learns about the planet, the more he is forced to accept that, in order to survive and escape Chimera, he will have to become a beast himself.



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