History Manga / MagicKaito

25th Apr '17 9:33:16 PM Lunamifan1
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* OhCrap: Basically Kaito's reaction when [[spoiler: Aoko tosses away his hat when he's currently Kaitou KID, and found out his identity]].

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* OhCrap: Basically Kaito's reaction expression when [[spoiler: Aoko tosses away his hat when he's currently Kaitou KID, and found out his identity]].identity]], he was even sweating a lot.
25th Apr '17 4:08:38 PM Lunamifan1
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* OhCrap: Basically Kaito's reaction when [[spoiler: Aoko tosses away his hat when he's currently Kaitou KID, and found out his identity]].


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*** In chapter 34, Kaito mentioned that Jii's professor friend fixed up his motorbike after it turned into ashes, it might possibly be the same one as mentioned in the ''1412'' anime.
21st Apr '17 11:09:18 PM Lunamifan1
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: The driving force behind Kaito Kid's huge female fan base (which unsurprisingly includes Sonoko from Manga/DetectiveConan).

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: The driving force behind Kaito Kaitou Kid's huge female fan base (which unsurprisingly includes Sonoko from Manga/DetectiveConan).



* GoofyPrintUnderwear: In one chapter, Kaitou flips up Aoko's skirt and recoils in horror - Aoko, knowing that he often does this to her, had put on panties with a fish print! (Kaitou is mortally afraid of fish for reasons that were never explained).

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* GoofyPrintUnderwear: In one chapter, Kaitou Kaito flips up Aoko's skirt and recoils in horror - Aoko, knowing that he often does this to her, had put on panties with a fish print! (Kaitou (Kaito is mortally afraid of fish for reasons that were never explained).
21st Apr '17 10:08:44 PM Smashbro1999
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''Magic Kaito'' is a four-volume (currently) manga series starring Kaito Kuroba, an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. He has a pretty sweet life: a small but nice house, a loving mother, and a childhood friend in Aoko Nakamori, whose father just happens to be a respected Inspector at Ekoda's Division Three. He's also incredibly smart, athletic and has fast fingers.

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''Magic Kaito'' is a four-volume (currently) (soon to be) five-volume, thirty-six file manga series starring Kaito Kuroba, an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. He has a pretty sweet life: a small but nice house, a loving mother, and a childhood friend in Aoko Nakamori, whose father just happens to be a respected Inspector at Ekoda's Division Three. He's also incredibly smart, athletic and has fast fingers.
19th Feb '17 6:09:36 AM rafi
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* GoofyPrintUnderwear: In one chapter, Kaitou flips up Aoko's skirt and recoils in horror - Aoko, knowing that he often does this to her, had put on panties with a fish print! (Kaitou is mortally afraid of fish for reasons that were never explained).
31st Jan '17 1:53:07 AM Adept
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Compared to the series' SpiritualSuccessor, which takes place in the same universe, ''Magic Kaito'' contains a lot more fantastic elements (such as a RidiculouslyHumanRobot and actual witchcraft) than the more down-to-earth and naturalistic ''Manga/CaseClosed''.



* {{Flanderization}}: Fanfiction loves this for Hakuba. See Ho Yay.



* PairTheSpares: Hakuba/Akako is a preferred pairing with Kaito/Aoko fans.
12th Aug '16 11:41:51 AM dragonfire5000
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At first, ''Magic Kaito'' is very much a formulaic comedy - Kaito notices something shiny, attempts to steal it, and Inspector Nakamori attempts to stop him (most likely failing) - but, just like its better-known successor, the series quite promptly catches CerebusSyndrome, although this series somehow manages it sometimes during its third volume, which is probably some kind of record. Well, yeah, it's still very formulaic afterwards; but the fact that Kaito has a purpose after that point becomes a major part of his motivation. The series is pretty notable, not only for its contribution to the ''Detective Conan'' universe, but also for featuring a lot of arcane magic which, sitting next to ''Conan'', would likely [[HowUnscientific render most of its logic moot]].
12th Aug '16 11:40:47 AM dragonfire5000
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Everything's perfectly fine, until one day when he finds out about a recent resurgence by a local villain, a mysterious PhantomThief clothed in white and famous for his signature [[BadassCape cape]], [[NiceHat hat]] and [[HighClassGlass monocle]] who specializes in using stage magic and street magic to steal his targets. Feeling challenged (since all {{Shounen}} characters must inevitably have some form of ego in order to advance the plot), he decides to find out all he can about the man.

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Everything's perfectly fine, until one day when he finds out about a recent resurgence by a local villain, a mysterious PhantomThief clothed in white and famous for his signature [[BadassCape cape]], [[NiceHat hat]] and [[HighClassGlass monocle]] who specializes in using stage magic and street magic to steal his targets. Feeling challenged (since all {{Shounen}} characters must inevitably have some form of ego in order to advance the plot), challenged, he decides to find out all he can about the man.



At first, ''Magic Kaito'' is very much a formulaic comedy - Kaito notices something shiny, attempts to steal it, and Inspector Nakamori attempts to stop him (most likely failing) - but, just like its better-known successor, the series quite promptly catches CerebusSyndrome, although this series somehow manages it sometimes during its third volume, which is probably some kind of record. Well, yeah, it's still very formulaic afterwards; but the fact that Kaito has a purpose after that point becomes a major part of his motivation. The series is pretty notable, not only for its contribution to the ''Detective Conan'' universe, but also for featuring a lot of arcane magic which, sitting next to ''Conan'', would likely [[HowUnscientific render most of its logic moot]]. (Then again, it ''is'' a manga about one of the more chaotic characters of anime and manga. There's no time for logic when you can manipulate time and space.)

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At first, ''Magic Kaito'' is very much a formulaic comedy - Kaito notices something shiny, attempts to steal it, and Inspector Nakamori attempts to stop him (most likely failing) - but, just like its better-known successor, the series quite promptly catches CerebusSyndrome, although this series somehow manages it sometimes during its third volume, which is probably some kind of record. Well, yeah, it's still very formulaic afterwards; but the fact that Kaito has a purpose after that point becomes a major part of his motivation. The series is pretty notable, not only for its contribution to the ''Detective Conan'' universe, but also for featuring a lot of arcane magic which, sitting next to ''Conan'', would likely [[HowUnscientific render most of its logic moot]]. (Then again, it ''is'' a manga about one of the more chaotic characters of anime and manga. There's no time for logic when you can manipulate time and space.)
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29th Sep '15 10:51:02 AM morenohijazo
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* SkyscraperMessages: Kaitou arranged for a pair of skyscrapers to display a birthday message to Aoko once.
30th Aug '15 8:42:12 AM DoubleXXCross
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* ThemeNaming: During the preparation for Chat Noir and KID's showdown, Nakamori notes that all three characters introduced for the story have gem-related names - '''Ruby''' Jones, '''Mitsuishi (Shining Stone)''' Dan and Alan '''Cartier'''.


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**The ''1412'' anime tries to answer this question in the second episode - Jii supplies Kaito with the gadgets, and a shot of a yellow Volkswagen Beetle pulling away from outside of the Blue Parrot heavily implies that he obtains them from Kudou Shin'ichi's neighbour Professor Agasa.
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