History Manga / KiminiTodoke

26th Nov '17 6:07:49 PM nombretomado
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* ClipShow: Clips from previous episodes about Kurumi's crush on Kazehaya are shown as she shops for [[JapaneseHolidays Valentine's chocolate]] in Episode 0 the second season of the anime.

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* ClipShow: Clips from previous episodes about Kurumi's crush on Kazehaya are shown as she shops for [[JapaneseHolidays [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseHolidays Valentine's chocolate]] in Episode 0 the second season of the anime.
3rd Oct '17 8:27:15 PM omegafire17
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* ColorFailure: Prone to these, especially when CaptainOblivious is involved. Ayane foe example is devoid of any colour when she finds out that Chizu has ''no idea'' Kazehaya likes Sawako.

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* ColorFailure: Prone to these, especially when CaptainOblivious is involved. For example, Ayane foe example is devoid of any colour when she finds out that Chizu has ''no idea'' Kazehaya likes Sawako.Sawako, and ''both'' Ayane and Chizu lose color when they hear from Pin that Kurumi was heartbroken by his 'rejection' (they even say they've never felt more sorry for her).
23rd Oct '16 8:37:54 AM CJO123
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The ongoing manga has been adapted as a 25-episode {{anime}} series produced by ProductionIG that started airing October 6th 2009, and the notable voice actors are listed under their characters in the [[Characters/KimiNiTodoke character page]]. The second 12-episode season continues the story. There's also a light novel adaption and a live-action movie adaptation that was released on September 25, 2010. Both seasons are licensed in North America by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]].

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The ongoing manga has been adapted as a 25-episode {{anime}} series produced by ProductionIG Creator/ProductionIG that started airing October 6th 2009, and the notable voice actors are listed under their characters in the [[Characters/KimiNiTodoke character page]]. The second 12-episode season continues the story. There's also a light novel adaption and a live-action movie adaptation that was released on September 25, 2010. Both seasons are licensed in North America by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]].
23rd Oct '16 8:34:21 AM CJO123
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The ongoing manga has been adapted as a 25-episode {{anime}} series that started airing October 6th 2009, and the notable voice actors are listed under their characters in the [[Characters/KimiNiTodoke character page]]. The second 12-episode season continues the story. There's also a light novel adaption and a live-action movie adaptation that was released on September 25, 2010. Both seasons are licensed in North America by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]].

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The ongoing manga has been adapted as a 25-episode {{anime}} series produced by ProductionIG that started airing October 6th 2009, and the notable voice actors are listed under their characters in the [[Characters/KimiNiTodoke character page]]. The second 12-episode season continues the story. There's also a light novel adaption and a live-action movie adaptation that was released on September 25, 2010. Both seasons are licensed in North America by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]].
18th Jun '16 1:17:12 AM gewunomox
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** On multiple occasions, Ryu is seen wearing a hat that reads [[RedHotChiliPeppers RHCP]], and in chapter 32, Chizu is seen wearing a t-shirt embellished with the same logo. Kazehaya also wears a t-shirt with the logo on in a later chapter.

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** On multiple occasions, Ryu is seen wearing a hat that reads [[RedHotChiliPeppers [[Music/RedHotChiliPeppers RHCP]], and in chapter 32, Chizu is seen wearing a t-shirt embellished with the same logo. Kazehaya also wears a t-shirt with the logo on in a later chapter.
26th Aug '15 6:05:29 AM Ominae
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The ongoing manga has been adapted as a 25-episode {{anime}} series that started airing October 6th 2009, and the notable voice actors are listed under their characters in the [[Characters/KimiNiTodoke character page]]. The second 12-episode season continues the story. There's also a light novel adaption and a live-action movie adaptation that was released on September 25, 2010. Both seasons are licensed in North America by [[NipponIchi NIS America]].

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The ongoing manga has been adapted as a 25-episode {{anime}} series that started airing October 6th 2009, and the notable voice actors are listed under their characters in the [[Characters/KimiNiTodoke character page]]. The second 12-episode season continues the story. There's also a light novel adaption and a live-action movie adaptation that was released on September 25, 2010. Both seasons are licensed in North America by [[NipponIchi [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]]. America]].
22nd Jul '15 12:08:18 PM totorolover33
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* CallBack: In Chapter 27, Chizu tells Ryu that "next time something bad happens, it'll be my turn to comfort you!" [[spoiler: A long time later, ''in Chapter 101'', he takes her up on the offer.]]
26th Feb '15 9:13:14 PM CharlestonMan
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* RousseauWasRight: Taking [[ManipulativeBitch Kurumi]] out of the equation, this might be the single most optimistic view of teenage life you'll ever see. [[spoiler:And even she comes around in the end, thanks to some character cevelopment]].

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* RousseauWasRight: Taking [[ManipulativeBitch Kurumi]] out of the equation, this This might be the single most optimistic view of teenage life you'll ever see. [[spoiler:And even she comes around in the end, thanks to some character cevelopment]].see.
26th Feb '15 4:53:34 PM CharlestonMan
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** PlayedForDrama in case of Kurumi to Sawako who tries to have her stay away from Kazehaya so she can have him for herself.

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** PlayedForDrama in case of Kurumi to Sawako who tries to have her stay away from Kazehaya so she can have him for herself. It's then played for sympathy once Kurumi's schemes fail and she shares her true feelings with both Sawako and Kazehaya.
26th Feb '15 4:49:07 PM CharlestonMan
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* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Kazehaya treating Sawako with no hostility since the day they met is why she respects him so much.

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* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Kazehaya treating Sawako with no hostility since the day they met is why she respects him so much. This is also why Kurumi is obsessed with him, as he comforted her during her rough middle school days.
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