History Manga / LostBrain

21st Jul '16 10:50:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Hiyama finds out that [[spoiler: Kuonji has escaped from jail, and learns where he is hiding.]] What does he do? Like any good citizen, [[spoiler: he anonymously phones the police, who promptly recapture Kuonji.]]



* [[spoiler: NeverFoundTheBody: Hiyama chose death on his own terms to being captured, and so walked into the Parliment building as it was collapsing, meaning there's virtually no chance he survived. Than again, he was/is DangerouslyGenreSavvy...]]

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* [[spoiler: NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler: Hiyama chose death on his own terms to being captured, and so walked into the Parliment building as it was collapsing, meaning there's virtually no chance he survived. Than again, he was/is DangerouslyGenreSavvy...survived.]]
28th Sep '15 11:01:42 PM Adept
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!!Tropes seen in ''LostBrain'' include:

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!!Tropes seen in ''LostBrain'' ''[=Lost+Brain=]'' include:
16th Sep '15 6:00:53 PM tvinsomne
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12th May '15 9:38:21 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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Often (understandably) compared to ''Manga/DeathNote''. Both are {{Shonen}} {{manga}} which are constantly mistaken for {{Seinen}}[[note]] Manga/DeathNote was published in ShonenJump, LostBrain in Magazine/ShonenSunday[[/note]]. Both star bored, brilliant high schoolers who come across a supernatural power of some kind and decide to use it to make the world a Utopia. Both also end up playing XanatosSpeedChess against an opposing {{Chessmaster}} who is leading the effort to catch them.

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Often (understandably) compared to ''Manga/DeathNote''. Both are {{Shonen}} {{manga}} which are constantly mistaken for {{Seinen}}[[note]] Manga/DeathNote ''Manga/DeathNote'' was published in ShonenJump, LostBrain ''Magazine/ShonenJump'', ''Manga/LostBrain'' in Magazine/ShonenSunday[[/note]].''Magazine/ShonenSunday''[[/note]]. Both star bored, brilliant high schoolers who come across a supernatural power of some kind and decide to use it to make the world a Utopia. Both also end up playing XanatosSpeedChess against an opposing {{Chessmaster}} who is leading the effort to catch them.
6th Nov '14 1:32:59 PM inferno719
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* [[spoiler: NeverFoundTheBody: Hiyama thought he could escape into a tunnel under the parliment(?) building, but it collapsed during the explosion so there's virtually no chance he survived. Than again, he was/is DangerouslyGenreSavvy...]]

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* [[spoiler: NeverFoundTheBody: Hiyama thought he could escape chose death on his own terms to being captured, and so walked into a tunnel under the parliment(?) building, but Parliment building as it collapsed during the explosion so was collapsing, meaning there's virtually no chance he survived. Than again, he was/is DangerouslyGenreSavvy...]]
30th Sep '14 2:00:06 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FakingTheDead: Though it is considered unknown the last pages in the final chapter shows a person who looks like Hiyama walk among a group of people and remain hidden.

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* FakingTheDead: Though it is considered unknown unknown, the last pages in the final chapter shows show a person who looks like Hiyama walk among a group of people and remain hidden.
10th Jun '14 9:06:00 PM Redeemer121
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* FakingTheDead: Though it is considered unknown the last pages in the final chapter shows a person who looks like Ren walk among a group of people and remain hidden.

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* FakingTheDead: Though it is considered unknown the last pages in the final chapter shows a person who looks like Ren Hiyama walk among a group of people and remain hidden.
10th Jun '14 8:48:39 PM Redeemer121
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* Faking the dead: Though it is considered unknown the last pages in the final chapter shows a person who looks like Ren walk among a group of people and remain hidden.

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* Faking the dead: FakingTheDead: Though it is considered unknown the last pages in the final chapter shows a person who looks like Ren walk among a group of people and remain hidden.
10th Jun '14 8:45:50 PM Redeemer121
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* Faking the dead: Though it is considered unknown the last pages in the final chapter shows a person who looks like Ren walk among a group of people and remain hidden.
8th Feb '14 5:48:53 AM AhBengI
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Often (understandably) compared to ''Manga/DeathNote''. Both are {{Shonen}} {{manga}} which are constantly mistaken for {{Seinen}}[[note]] Manga/DeathNote was published in ShonenJump, LostBrain in WeeklyShonenSunday[[/note]]. Both star bored, brilliant high schoolers who come across a supernatural power of some kind and decide to use it to make the world a Utopia. Both also end up playing XanatosSpeedChess against an opposing {{Chessmaster}} who is leading the effort to catch them.

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Often (understandably) compared to ''Manga/DeathNote''. Both are {{Shonen}} {{manga}} which are constantly mistaken for {{Seinen}}[[note]] Manga/DeathNote was published in ShonenJump, LostBrain in WeeklyShonenSunday[[/note]].Magazine/ShonenSunday[[/note]]. Both star bored, brilliant high schoolers who come across a supernatural power of some kind and decide to use it to make the world a Utopia. Both also end up playing XanatosSpeedChess against an opposing {{Chessmaster}} who is leading the effort to catch them.
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