History Manga / KuroganePukapukaTai

26th Nov '17 5:37:36 PM nombretomado
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''Kurogane Pukapuka Tai'' is a UsefulNotes/WorldWarII {{yuri}} comedy manga series following the exploits of the fictional {{Imperial Japan}}ese Navy commerce raiding cruiser ''Unebi'' -- which is entirely crewed by women except for the captain (who does nothing but drink tea, tend his bonsai, and sleep, it seems). They encounter a German U-boat, the U-800, also crewed entirely by women, and a British destroyer, the HMS ''Cutlass'', commanded by women; most of the women appear to be exclusively interested in the other women. [[{{BlatantLies}} Obviously, the historical accuracy here is high!]][[note]]Especially with the Nazi persecution of homosexuals in general and lesbians (to a lesser extent) in particular.[[/note]]

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''Kurogane Pukapuka Tai'' is a UsefulNotes/WorldWarII {{yuri}} comedy manga series following the exploits of the fictional {{Imperial UsefulNotes/{{Imperial Japan}}ese Navy commerce raiding cruiser ''Unebi'' -- which is entirely crewed by women except for the captain (who does nothing but drink tea, tend his bonsai, and sleep, it seems). They encounter a German U-boat, the U-800, also crewed entirely by women, and a British destroyer, the HMS ''Cutlass'', commanded by women; most of the women appear to be exclusively interested in the other women. [[{{BlatantLies}} Obviously, the historical accuracy here is high!]][[note]]Especially with the Nazi persecution of homosexuals in general and lesbians (to a lesser extent) in particular.[[/note]]
18th Oct '17 12:25:05 PM xcountryguy
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* AllGermansAreNazis: Avoided; chapter ten shows that Captain Nina is most definitely ''not'' a Nazi sympathizer. She is, in fact, [[spoiler: hiding a Jewish crewmember from the Gestapo]]. This is TruthInTelevision since the Kreigsmarine wasn't very fond of the Nazis, since they poured the most money into the Heer and Luftwaffe.

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* AllGermansAreNazis: Avoided; chapter ten shows that Captain Nina is most definitely ''not'' a Nazi sympathizer. She is, in fact, [[spoiler: hiding [[spoiler:hiding a Jewish crewmember from the Gestapo]]. This is TruthInTelevision since the Kreigsmarine wasn't very fond of the Nazis, since they poured the most money into the Heer and Luftwaffe.



* CallBack: [[spoiler: The Gestapo officer from Chapter 10 makes another appearance in Chapter 18. Unlike in Chapter 10, though, this time, [[LaserGuidedKarma he doesn't walk away unscathed.]] Actually, the Gestapo bastard [[GroinAttack doesn't walk away at all.]]]]

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* CallBack: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Gestapo officer from Chapter 10 makes another appearance in Chapter 18. Unlike in Chapter 10, though, this time, [[LaserGuidedKarma he doesn't walk away unscathed.]] Actually, the Gestapo bastard [[GroinAttack doesn't walk away at all.]]]]



* CluelessAesop: [[spoiler:The Holocaust]] is brought up in Chapter 10 but isn't treated with any sort of depth, being used more as a plot device than anything. [[spoiler: Elsa's plotline]] does get a more serious treatment than most other characters', though.

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* CluelessAesop: [[spoiler:The Holocaust]] is brought up in Chapter 10 but isn't treated with any sort of depth, being used more as a plot device than anything. [[spoiler: Elsa's [[spoiler:Elsa's plotline]] does get a more serious treatment than most other characters', though.



** Chapter 10, which mentions [[spoiler: Shoah/The Holocaust]].
** Chapter 18, where we see the [[spoiler: Gestapo officer from Chapter 10 again. This time, he shows how truly despicable he is by '''hitting and pulling a gun on children''' and also hitting Obama for trying to stop him from shooting said children. Good thing [[BigDamnHeroes Chief Engineer Kobayakawa]] was there too to stop him via chokehold. What follows is some [[GroinAttack satisfying]] [[LaserGuidedKarma retribution.]] against the Gestapo bastard.]]

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** Chapter 10, which mentions [[spoiler: Shoah/The [[spoiler:Shoah/The Holocaust]].
** Chapter 18, where we see the [[spoiler: Gestapo [[spoiler:Gestapo officer from Chapter 10 again. This time, he shows how truly despicable he is by '''hitting and pulling a gun on children''' and also hitting Obama for trying to stop him from shooting said children. Good thing [[BigDamnHeroes Chief Engineer Kobayakawa]] was there too to stop him via chokehold. What follows is some [[GroinAttack satisfying]] [[LaserGuidedKarma retribution.]] against the Gestapo bastard.]]



* TheGlomp: Commander Mary on Captain Ann

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* TheGlomp: Commander Mary on Captain AnnAnn.



* GroinAttack: Done by Gunnery Officer Obama to a Gestapo officer in Chapter 18. Even better, said [[spoiler: Gestapo officer is the same smug bastard that threatened Captain Nina Stortenbeker and Elsa Ebbers back in Chapter 10 making this a '''double''' LaserGuidedKarma situation.]]

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* GroinAttack: Done by Gunnery Officer Obama to a Gestapo officer in Chapter 18. Even better, said [[spoiler: Gestapo [[spoiler:Gestapo officer is the same smug bastard that threatened Captain Nina Stortenbeker and Elsa Ebbers back in Chapter 10 making this a '''double''' LaserGuidedKarma situation.]]



* MilitaryMoonshiner: Chapters 26-28 revolve around a group of Unebi crew brewing sake aboard ship. [[spoiler: Dr. Mukai, Chief Engineer Kobayakawa, Gunnery Officer Obama, and Purser Murakami]] are the ringleaders and the sake winds up being used for the captain's birthday party.

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* MilitaryMoonshiner: Chapters 26-28 revolve around a group of Unebi crew brewing sake aboard ship. [[spoiler: Dr.[[spoiler:Dr. Mukai, Chief Engineer Kobayakawa, Gunnery Officer Obama, and Purser Murakami]] are the ringleaders and the sake winds up being used for the captain's birthday party.



** [[spoiler: [[SarcasmMode "These are actually]] [[GroinAttack kinda cute."]]]] -- Mifuyu Obama

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** [[spoiler: [[SarcasmMode [[spoiler:[[SarcasmMode "These are actually]] [[GroinAttack kinda cute."]]]] -- Mifuyu Obama



* WouldHitAGirl: [[spoiler: The Gestapo officer from Chapter 10 appears again in Chapter 18 and smacks away a little girl trying to sell him fruit. The girl's brother throws fruit at him for hitting her and the officer '''[[MoralEventHorizon pulls a gun on them]]'''. Luckily, [[BigDamnHeroes one Gunnery Officer Mifuyu Obama saw all of this and stops the gun from firing by blocking the hammer of the gun then she calls the Gestapo officer out for being extreme in his methods, especially to just a bunch of kids.]] The Gestapo officer then also slaps Obama and points the gun at her too before [[BigDamnHeroes Chief Engineer Kobayakawa puts the Gestapo officer in a chokehold.]] What follows is some [[GroinAttack satisfying karmic retribution for Obama against said officer]]...]]

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* WouldHitAGirl: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Gestapo officer from Chapter 10 appears again in Chapter 18 and smacks away a little girl trying to sell him fruit. The girl's brother throws fruit at him for hitting her and the officer '''[[MoralEventHorizon pulls a gun on them]]'''. Luckily, [[BigDamnHeroes one Gunnery Officer Mifuyu Obama saw all of this and stops the gun from firing by blocking the hammer of the gun then she calls the Gestapo officer out for being extreme in his methods, especially to just a bunch of kids.]] The Gestapo officer then also slaps Obama and points the gun at her too before [[BigDamnHeroes Chief Engineer Kobayakawa puts the Gestapo officer in a chokehold.]] What follows is some [[GroinAttack satisfying karmic retribution for Obama against said officer]]...]]
16th Aug '17 9:16:05 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Shotacon}}: Gunnery Officer Obama Mifuyu's headed toward that territory as of Chapter 18.
21st Jul '17 7:25:39 AM Ramidel
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* MilitaryMoe: Three naval vessels provide a stage for romantic entanglements between their all-female crews.
16th Jul '17 10:25:31 AM nombretomado
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* BeachEpisode: U-800's all-girl crew visit Penang, a Malaysian island occupied by the Japanese which was really used as a U-boat base by the Germans in WW2. Beach volleyball in anachronistically modern swimsuits ensues, but the fun is abruptly ruined by the arrival of the Gestapo.

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* BeachEpisode: U-800's all-girl crew visit Penang, a Malaysian island occupied by the Japanese which was really used as a U-boat base by the Germans in WW2.[=WW2=]. Beach volleyball in anachronistically modern swimsuits ensues, but the fun is abruptly ruined by the arrival of the Gestapo.
14th Mar '17 12:07:08 PM secretfan14
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* CuteClumsyGirl:
** Kurushima appears to be this, but it seems to be a symptom of something actually wrong with her. (See IllGirl below)
** Commander Kuki of [[DaydreamSurprise Mamiya's dreams]].
** A male example: [[AccidentalPervert Captain Klaus Eder]].



* {{Dojikko}}:
** Kurushima appears to be this, but it seems to be a symptom of something actually wrong with her. (See IllGirl below)
** Commander Kuki of [[DaydreamSurprise Mamiya's dreams]].
** A male example: [[AccidentalPervert Captain Klaus Eder]].



* IllGirl: It looks like pilot Kurushima is going to become one of these. Her {{dojikko}} clumsiness appears just cute and funny at first, but then we realize her right hand isn't working properly, even though nothing appears wrong with it. She's hiding it from her superiors, and thinks she's hiding it from her partner Nojima -- but of course she knows -- but isn't telling anyone because she doesn't want to fly with anyone else. Might be some kind of neurological damage.

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* IllGirl: It looks like pilot Kurushima is going to become one of these. Her {{dojikko}} clumsiness appears just just [[CuteClumsyGirl cute and funny funny]] at first, but then we realize her right hand isn't working properly, even though nothing appears wrong with it. She's hiding it from her superiors, and thinks she's hiding it from her partner Nojima -- but of course she knows -- but isn't telling anyone because she doesn't want to fly with anyone else. Might be some kind of neurological damage.
13th Feb '17 11:48:46 PM MrTerrorist
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* IAteWhat: After the Unebi helps the Italian submarine Michelangelo Buonarroti repair their engine, her captain repays the Unebi by serving them Spaghetti with Fresh Mushrooms. However, Kuki and the rest of the crew gets sick when they learn [[spoiler:the Italians grew the mushrooms in their submarine using their damp panties]].
13th Feb '17 9:10:20 PM Arawn999
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* {{Yandere}}: Mary is determined to [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill Kuki]] in order to keep Ann's affections centred on her.

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* {{Yandere}}: {{Yandere}}:
** Mamiya is ''very'' possessive of [[ObliviousToLove Kuki]], going out of her way to intimidate and frighten anyone who she thinks is putting the moves on her CO. However, this is played for laughs rather than drama.
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Mary is determined to [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill Kuki]] in order to keep Ann's affections centred on her.
18th Nov '16 1:46:35 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* HimeCut: Mamiya's hair, which is always caught by a DramaticWind when she does anything appropriate.
30th Aug '16 1:41:16 AM Morgenthaler
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''Kurogane Pukapuka Tai'' is a WorldWarTwo {{yuri}} comedy manga series following the exploits of the fictional {{Imperial Japan}}ese Navy commerce raiding cruiser ''Unebi'' -- which is entirely crewed by women except for the captain (who does nothing but drink tea, tend his bonsai, and sleep, it seems). They encounter a German U-boat, the U-800, also crewed entirely by women, and a British destroyer, the HMS ''Cutlass'', commanded by women; most of the women appear to be exclusively interested in the other women. [[{{BlatantLies}} Obviously, the historical accuracy here is high!]][[note]]Especially with the Nazi persecution of homosexuals in general and lesbians (to a lesser extent) in particular.[[/note]]

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''Kurogane Pukapuka Tai'' is a WorldWarTwo UsefulNotes/WorldWarII {{yuri}} comedy manga series following the exploits of the fictional {{Imperial Japan}}ese Navy commerce raiding cruiser ''Unebi'' -- which is entirely crewed by women except for the captain (who does nothing but drink tea, tend his bonsai, and sleep, it seems). They encounter a German U-boat, the U-800, also crewed entirely by women, and a British destroyer, the HMS ''Cutlass'', commanded by women; most of the women appear to be exclusively interested in the other women. [[{{BlatantLies}} Obviously, the historical accuracy here is high!]][[note]]Especially with the Nazi persecution of homosexuals in general and lesbians (to a lesser extent) in particular.[[/note]]



* NazisWithGnarlyWeapons: The U-800, captained by Nina Stortebeker.
** [[RuleOfCool Of course]], Nina's handgun of choice could be none other than a [[CaptainObvious Luger]].
** She also seems to be carrying around a ''[[WhipItGood whip]]'' for some reason.
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