History Manga / LupinIII

3rd Jan '16 1:01:30 AM DrFurball
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* ChasedOffIntoTheSunset: Frequently, to the point where Monkey Punch lampshaded it [[http://altjapan.typepad.com/my_weblog/2007/06/enemies_of_soci.html an interview with]] GoNagai, admitting that he often tells himself "time for 'em to run!" when realizing he was running out of pages for the story.
9th Feb '15 7:50:03 PM erforce
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* ParodyEpisode: ''Frequently.'' The original Manga stories simply used the Arsene Lupin III character as a vehicle to drive a story, through whatever tale Creator/MonkeyPunch wanted to tell, such as one chapter being a parody of MissionImpossible.
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* ParodyEpisode: ''Frequently.'' The original Manga stories simply used the Arsene Lupin III character as a vehicle to drive a story, through whatever tale Creator/MonkeyPunch wanted to tell, such as one chapter being a parody of MissionImpossible.''Series/MissionImpossible''.
29th Sep '14 9:59:29 AM DrFurball
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* {{Fanservice}}: Hoo boy.
14th Jul '14 10:25:37 AM crazysamaritan
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double-checking the Example Indentation. Single (**) are not allowed. :)
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: an enforced example of this trope. ** When the first Manga started, Fujiko Mine was an arbitrary name given to the GirlOfTheWeek. She could be an ActionGirl one week, and a DamselInDistress the next. When Monkey Punch decided to make her a consistent character, the idea that she worked with Lupin one week, and against him the next, retroactively gave her ChronicBackstabbingDisorder. This trait has been kept across the franchise.
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: an enforced example of this trope. \n** When the first Manga started, Fujiko Mine was an arbitrary name given to the GirlOfTheWeek. She could be an ActionGirl one week, and a DamselInDistress the next. When Monkey Punch decided to make her a consistent character, the idea that she worked with Lupin one week, and against him the next, retroactively gave her ChronicBackstabbingDisorder. This trait has been kept across the franchise.

* WholeEpisodeFlashback: Volumes 4 & 5 for one of the ''Manga/LupinIII'' manga has a few stories starring a teenage Lupin.
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* WholeEpisodeFlashback: WholeEpisodeFlashback: ** Volumes 4 & 5 for one of the ''Manga/LupinIII'' manga has a few stories starring a teenage Lupin.
8th Jul '14 11:03:51 AM DrFurball
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* GroinAttack: An early chapter has Lupin "teaching" a young woman to defend herself from attack by slapping her hands together on top of the... male sex symbol. (The manga's replacement for genitalia)
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* GroinAttack: An early chapter in the second series has Lupin "teaching" a young woman to defend herself from attack by slapping her hands together on top of the... male sex symbol. (The manga's replacement for genitalia)

* ParodyEpisode: ''Frequently.'' The original Manga stories simply used the Arsene Lupin Sansei character as a vehicle to drive a story, through whatever tale Creator/MonkeyPunch wanted to tell.
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* ParodyEpisode: ''Frequently.'' The original Manga stories simply used the Arsene Lupin Sansei III character as a vehicle to drive a story, through whatever tale Creator/MonkeyPunch wanted to tell. tell, such as one chapter being a parody of MissionImpossible.

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** There's also a story arc about Lupin attending college.
21st Mar '14 4:00:48 PM crazysamaritan
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* NiceHat: Aside from Jigen's classic headgear (with which he sights along to get his ImprobableAimingSkills), Lupin also wore a fedora once in the manga when not in disguise. Also, many of the covers for the original manga series featured him in one.
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* NiceHat: Aside from Jigen's classic headgear (with which he sights ''may'' sight along to get his ImprobableAimingSkills), ImprobableAimingSkills: the series has plenty of SeriesContinuityError), Lupin has also wore a fedora once worn fedoras in the manga when not in disguise. Also, many of the covers for the original manga series featured him in one.

* NoExportForYou: Very few of the Manga have left Japan, even in scanlation form.
21st Mar '14 9:10:38 AM dotchan
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* NiceHat: Aside from Jigen's classic headgear, Lupin also wore a fedora once in the manga when not in disguise. Also, many of the covers for the original manga series featured him in one.
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* NiceHat: Aside from Jigen's classic headgear, headgear (with which he sights along to get his ImprobableAimingSkills), Lupin also wore a fedora once in the manga when not in disguise. Also, many of the covers for the original manga series featured him in one.
6th Feb '14 1:05:18 AM ultrafan
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Lupin III (Japanese: ルパン三世) was first printed as a serial Manga, published in the magazine "Weekly Manga Action" (which began in July), on August 10, 1967. It lasted for 94 issues, ending in May 22, 1969. Creator/MonkeyPunch recontinued the story two years later,[[note]]for under a year; 1971-1972[[/note]] with the title of "''Lupin III: The New Adventures''". Those two sets of stories were later collected together into the first 14 manga volume series. Later stories of Lupin are also released in ''Weekly Manga Action'', until the fifth series, which was printed in the ''Lupin III Official Magazine''. The ''Lupin III Official Magazine'' is a quarterly magazine that is published by the same people who make ''Weekly Manga Action'', and it includes information on upcoming and recent Lupin III information and merchendise. * ''Lupin III'' ~ Liscened in America by Creator/TokyoPop, in January 1, 2003. 14 volumes. * ''Lupin III World's Most Wanted'' ~ Also written by Monkey Punch, beginning in June 23, 1977. 16 volumes, but only 9 were released in English.
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Lupin III (Japanese: ルパン三世) was first printed as a serial Manga, published in the magazine "Weekly Manga Action" (which began in July), on August 10, 1967. It lasted for 94 issues, ending in May 22, 1969. Creator/MonkeyPunch recontinued the story two years later,[[note]]for under a year; 1971-1972[[/note]] with the title of "''Lupin III: The New Adventures''". Those two sets of stories were later collected together into the first 14 manga volume series. Later stories of Lupin are also released in ''Weekly Manga Action'', until the fifth series, which was printed in the ''Lupin III Official Magazine''. The ''Lupin III Official Magazine'' is a quarterly magazine that is published by the same people who make ''Weekly Manga Action'', and it includes information on upcoming and recent Lupin III information and merchendise.merchandise. * ''Lupin III'' ~ Liscened Licensed in America by Creator/TokyoPop, in January 1, 2003. 14 volumes. * ''Lupin III World's Most Wanted'' ~ Also written by Monkey Punch, beginning in June 23, 1977. 16 volumes, but only 9 nine were released in English.

In addition to the above, some of the Lupin Anime has been [[RecursiveAdaptation re-adapted]] back into colour Manga.
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In addition to the above, some of the Lupin Anime has been [[RecursiveAdaptation re-adapted]] back into colour color Manga.

* GroinAttack: An early chapter has Lupin "teaching" a young woman to defend h erself from attack by slapping her hands together on top of the... male sex symbol. (The manga's replacement for genitalia)
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* GroinAttack: An early chapter has Lupin "teaching" a young woman to defend h erself herself from attack by slapping her hands together on top of the... male sex symbol. (The manga's replacement for genitalia)

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6th Dec '13 12:24:16 PM StFan
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* ''Anime/MysteryOfMamo'' was also re-adapted into a color manga set.
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* ''Anime/MysteryOfMamo'' ''Anime/TheMysteryOfMamo'' was also re-adapted into a color manga set.
4th Dec '13 11:11:42 AM crazysamaritan
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* SoundEffectBleep: A sex scene near the end of the original manga series had various words bleeped out. [[NoFourthWall The scene was interrupted by a fan letter]] saying, "What the bleep is up with all the bleeps?", with a similarly censored reply. * SdrawkcabAlias: The GrandFinale of the original Lupin III manga series featured the MusicalAssassin Ataginez. [[spoiler: Of course, it's Inspector Zenigata in disguise.]]
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