History Manga / Kochikame

22nd Oct '16 8:16:37 AM DienShihGeng
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** Kankichi becomes this when it comes to his birthday.
20th Sep '16 8:37:13 PM WolfThunder
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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can continue the series as long as he wants. The series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: It has been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been 200 volumes produced (and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunners the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', which aren't in production currently[[/note]].

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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is ''was almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen [[note]] Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can could continue the series as long as he wants. The wanted. And this series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: showed: It has had been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been 200 volumes produced (and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunners the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' [[note]] Disregarding ''Manga/Golgo13'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', neither of which aren't are in production currently[[/note]].
11th Sep '16 12:46:03 PM Lyendith
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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can continue the series as long as he wants. The series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: It has been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been more than 170 volumes produced and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunners the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', which aren't in production currently[[/note]].

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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can continue the series as long as he wants. The series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: It has been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been more than 170 200 volumes produced and (and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunners the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', which aren't in production currently[[/note]].
7th Sep '16 9:26:13 PM lalaTKG
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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can continue the series as long as he wants. The series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: It's been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been more than 170 volumes (175 as of now) produced and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunners the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', which aren't in production currently[[/note]].

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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can continue the series as long as he wants. The series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: It's It has been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been more than 170 volumes (175 as of now) produced and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunners the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', which aren't in production currently[[/note]].


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In 2016, after 40 full years in the business and 200 volumes, ''Kochikame'' finally came to an end.
3rd Sep '16 7:24:43 PM naruto8900
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* LongRunners: Actually, the words "long runner" ''completely'' fail to express how mind-bogglingly LONG this series is. At 1597 chapters (so far), it is the single longest-running manga ever made.
28th Aug '16 12:50:19 PM Dvandemon
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* RealityEnsues: One episode of the anime has Ryotsu [[ItMakesSenseInContext grow giant enough to jump into the upper atmosphere and punch a meteor in half]], but at that size he's also large enough that his landing is an impact just as catastrophic.
19th Jun '16 7:00:13 AM rafi
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*** The ''Franchise/LupinIII'' segment was co-authored with Monkey Punch.
*** The ''DragonBallZ'' segment was co-authored with Akira Toriyama.

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*** ** The ''Franchise/LupinIII'' segment was co-authored with Monkey Punch.
*** ** The ''DragonBallZ'' segment was co-authored with Akira Toriyama.



* DudeMagnet: She appears to show little interest in pursuing men, while on the other hand a lot of men have attempted to win her as a result of her attractiveness and beauty.
* FairCop:
** Reiko Katherine Akimoto. She work as Patrol Officer in the Police Box and is a tall and beauty woman with long blonde hair and large breast.
** The anime add Komachi and Naoko, two cute policewoman.



* MsFanservice: Reiko Catherine Akimoto

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* MsFanservice: Reiko Catherine AkimotoAkimoto. She is rather tall, wear an uniform with a short skirt and has distinctly large breasts which are especially emphasized in the manga series, and are her feature assets. In the manga series, her cleavage is often visible and sometimes become a point of focus for certain suggestive scenes. The emphasis on her breast size and cleavage in clothing are toned down for the anime series.


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* PinkMeansFeminine: When Reiko work at the Police Box, she wears her signature pink uniform specially designed for her, which consist of a short skirt and coat with long sleeves.


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* RunningGag: Shiratori frequently attempt to impress Reiko, only failing after each try, to her indifference.
20th Mar '16 3:32:04 PM aye_amber
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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can continue the series as long as he wants. The series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: It's been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been more than 170 volumes (175 as of now) produced and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunner the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', which aren't in production currently[[/note]].

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Worthy to mention is that the manga ''does not have numbered chapters'' and ''is almost never'' considered to participate for the regular popularity polls in [[Magazine/ShonenJump WSJ]] [[note]]Shonen Jump's popularity polls determine which series are likely to be kept/cancelled[[/note]], basically meaning Mr. Akimoto can continue the series as long as he wants. The series' heavy anti-cancellation armor shows: It's been running weekly since 1976, with over 1600 chapters and counting. There have been more than 170 volumes (175 as of now) produced and more than 360 episodes aired on Japanese TV), making ''Kochikame'' [[LongRunner [[LongRunners the longest-running manga series in history]] [[note]]disregarding ''{{Manga/Golgo 13}}'' and ''{{Anime/Doraemon}}'', which aren't in production currently[[/note]].



* LongRunner. Actually, the words "long runner" ''completely'' fail to express how mind-bogglingly LONG this series is. At 1597 chapters (so far), it is the single longest-running manga ever made.

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* LongRunner. LongRunners: Actually, the words "long runner" ''completely'' fail to express how mind-bogglingly LONG this series is. At 1597 chapters (so far), it is the single longest-running manga ever made.
11th Nov '15 2:18:04 AM tenryufan
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25th Sep '15 8:13:14 PM Willbyr
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