History Manga / KON

2nd May '17 5:04:53 PM BNSF1995
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** Mio hitting Ritsu on the head, leaving a cartoonish lump. It's liable to be joined by a second, smaller lump on top of the first lump.
17th Apr '17 11:49:18 PM YuriFan17
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* BellyDancer: Couple of examples:
** In the second season's extras, "Ura-On!!", the first episode shows Azusa's attempts at fortune-telling by interpreting the dreams of the rest of the Light Music Club. In the intermissions between the shorts, we're treated to a crudely-drawn Azusa trying to dance to a drum beat.
** In one of the many chapters of the fan manga "K-ON! Anthology", Yui inexplicably ends up in Iceland. In her efforts to find a way back home, she ends up meeting the Icelandic dopplegangers of Mio and Ritsu, whose special talents are belly dancing and playing a harp, respectively. The ''real'' Mio and Ritsu travel to Iceland, only to find their Icelandic versions and Yui putting on a spectacle of [[ItMakesSenseInContext dancing, harp-playing and sheep singing.]]
4th Feb '17 1:05:04 AM CJO123
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In 2010, Creator/BandaiEntertainment [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-07-01/bandai-entertainment-adds-k-on-anime announced]] that they had licensed the first season in the US and Canada. In August of that year, they announced they would dub it. The first volume of the English dub was released on April 26, 2011. In early 2012, Creator/SentaiFilmworks licensed the second season, complete with the same dub cast. The first season is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK, and both seasons (as well as the movie) are distributed by Creator/MadmanEntertainment in Australia and New Zealand. In 2012, Creator/SentaiFilmworks announced they acquired the movie and will also dub it. They did so, releasing it on May 21, 2013. They would later re-acquire the rights to Season 1 in 2014. The dub airs in Australia on Creator/{{ABC3}} starting 19 June 2015.

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In 2010, Creator/BandaiEntertainment [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-07-01/bandai-entertainment-adds-k-on-anime announced]] that they had licensed the first season in the US and Canada. In August of that year, they announced they would dub it.it with Creator/BangZoomEntertainment. The first volume of the English dub was released on April 26, 2011. In early 2012, Creator/SentaiFilmworks licensed the second season, complete with the same dub cast. The first season is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK, and both seasons (as well as the movie) are distributed by Creator/MadmanEntertainment in Australia and New Zealand. In 2012, Creator/SentaiFilmworks announced they acquired the movie and will also dub it. They did so, releasing it on May 21, 2013. They would later re-acquire the rights to Season 1 in 2014. The dub airs in Australia on Creator/{{ABC3}} starting 19 June 2015.
4th Feb '17 12:57:51 AM CJO123
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The {{yonkoma}} manga by Kakifly, serialized in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'', was turned into an anime by Creator/KyotoAnimation in the spring season of 2009. The show proved to be a runaway success, with the [[AnimeThemeSong opening]] and [[EndingTheme ending themes]] topping out at #1 and #2 in the Japanese music charts as well. The manga has been released in English by Creator/YenPress. The second season, ''K-On!!'' (note the two exclamation points), aired in the spring of 2010 for 26 more episodes. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-09-28/k-on-gets-film-green-lit A film]] was announced after the second season ended; it was released on December 3, 2011.

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The {{yonkoma}} manga by Kakifly, serialized in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'', was turned into an anime by Creator/KyotoAnimation in the spring season of 2009. The show was directed by Naoko Yamada (making her directorial debut), with Reiko Yoshida serving as series composer, and Yukiko Horiguchi serving as character designer and chief animation director. The show proved to be a runaway success, with the [[AnimeThemeSong opening]] and [[EndingTheme ending themes]] topping out at #1 and #2 in the Japanese music charts as well. The manga has been released in English by Creator/YenPress. The second season, ''K-On!!'' (note the two exclamation points), aired in the spring of 2010 for 26 more episodes. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-09-28/k-on-gets-film-green-lit A film]] was announced after the second season ended; it was released on December 3, 2011.
26th Jan '17 1:03:28 AM micucci
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** Overlapping with MeaningfulEcho and IronicEcho, Yui and Azusa telling the band "It wasn't very good, was it?" bookend the entire series.\\

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** Overlapping with MeaningfulEcho and IronicEcho, Yui and Azusa telling the band "It wasn't very good, was it?" good... but I want to hear more!" bookend the entire series.\\



To elaborate, when Yui is first drafted by Ritsu and Mio in season 1, they play a song for her and she says it's not very good. She joins the club anyway. At the graduation GrandFinale, [[spoiler:Azusa tells the four of them this after they play ''Tenshi ni Furetayo!'' for her.]]

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To elaborate, when Yui is first drafted by Ritsu and Mio in season 1, they play a song Tsubasa Wo Kudasai (A very famous Japanese folk song, often-covered by school bands) for her and she says it's not very good. She good, but she'd like to hear more. So, she joins the club anyway. At the graduation GrandFinale, [[spoiler:Azusa tells the four of them this the same thing after they play ''Tenshi ni Furetayo!'' for her.]]
10th Aug '16 12:21:50 PM Willbyr
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* LicensedGame - ''K-On! Houkago Live!!'', for [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]]. It's a RhythmGame, and it {{Averted}} TheProblemWithLicensedGames by being developed by the company that made ''[[{{Vocaloid}} Project Diva]]''. [[ThatOneLevel And yes, some songs are PD-level difficult.]]

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* LicensedGame - ''K-On! Houkago Live!!'', for [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]]. It's a RhythmGame, and it {{Averted}} TheProblemWithLicensedGames by being developed by the company that made ''[[{{Vocaloid}} ''[[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Project Diva]]''. [[ThatOneLevel And yes, some songs are PD-level difficult.]]
28th Jul '16 1:28:49 PM Willbyr
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** [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/K-ON!%20-%2014%2020.23.jpg Azusa and her tora-mimi]] are reminiscent of Kisa from ''FruitsBasket''.

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** [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/K-ON!%20-%2014%2020.23.jpg Azusa and her tora-mimi]] are reminiscent of Kisa from ''FruitsBasket''.''Manga/FruitsBasket''.
19th Jul '16 5:20:05 AM DarthWalrus
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* DoesNotKnowHerOwnStrength : Most of the time, Mugi effortlessly carries her Korg Triton by herself, one of which weighs as much as a [[http://h3.abload.de/img/mugikeyboardsc5t.jpg modern guided anti-tank missile with its launch tube and computer]].

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* DoesNotKnowHerOwnStrength : Most of the time, Mugi effortlessly carries her Korg Triton by herself, one of which weighs as much as a [[http://h3.abload.de/img/mugikeyboardsc5t.jpg modern guided anti-tank missile with its launch tube and computer]].[[note]]The Type 91 is a Japanese modification to the Stinger, notably the Type 91 is lighter (11kg vs 15kg), albeit shorter ranged than the Stinger.[[/note]]
7th Jul '16 1:26:15 PM Morgenthaler
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%%* [[FiveManBand FiveWomanBand]] : One of the few ''literal'' examples. Being [[TheHero Yui]], [[TheLancer Mio]], [[TheSmartGuy Mugi]], [[TheBigGuy Ritsu]], and [[TheChick Azusa.]]



* FourGirlEnsemble : Later on, it becomes a [[Main/FiveManBand Five Woman]] [[IncrediblyLamePun Band]] (sorta) once Azusa Nakano joins the club.

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* FourGirlEnsemble : Later on, it becomes a [[Main/FiveManBand Five Woman]] [[IncrediblyLamePun Band]] (sorta) Until once Azusa Nakano joins the club.
7th Jul '16 1:25:31 PM Morgenthaler
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%%* [[FiveManBand FiveWomanBand]] : One of the few ''literal'' examples. Being [[TheHero Yui]], [[TheLancer Mio]], [[TheSmartGuy Mugi]], [[TheBigGuy Ritsu]], and [[TheChick Azusa.]] Sawako takes on some of the elements of TheObiWan.

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%%* [[FiveManBand FiveWomanBand]] : One of the few ''literal'' examples. Being [[TheHero Yui]], [[TheLancer Mio]], [[TheSmartGuy Mugi]], [[TheBigGuy Ritsu]], and [[TheChick Azusa.]] Sawako takes on some of the elements of TheObiWan.]]
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