History Manga / Mushishi

9th Apr '16 10:08:44 PM JoieDeCombat
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** In the ''Zoku-shou'' episode "Wind Raiser," the inkstone from "The White Which Dwells Within the Inkstone" and the painted coat from "Clothes that Embrace the Mountain" can be seen among the objects in Dr. Adashino's house.

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** In the ''Zoku-shou'' episode "Wind Raiser," the inkstone from "The White Which Dwells Within the Inkstone" and the [[spoiler:fake]] painted coat from "Clothes that Embrace the Mountain" can be seen among the objects in Dr. Adashino's house.
9th Apr '16 10:08:04 PM JoieDeCombat
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* ContinuityNod: In the OVA, as the eclipse reaches its climax, we are treated to a montage of each of the people Ginko met in his travels during the first season, watching it happen.

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In the OVA, as the eclipse reaches its climax, we are treated to a montage of each of the people Ginko met in his travels during the first season, watching it happen.happen.
** In the ''Zoku-shou'' episode "Wind Raiser," the inkstone from "The White Which Dwells Within the Inkstone" and the painted coat from "Clothes that Embrace the Mountain" can be seen among the objects in Dr. Adashino's house.
31st Mar '16 9:15:09 PM SpaceBird
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* ReiAyanamiExpy: Io from "The Traveling Swamp." She is a traveling swamp spirit who was used as a human sacrifice, and as a result, she becomes emotionless and her hair even changes to green. [[spoiler:However, she is able to return to her life as a human in the end thanks to Ginko's timely interference.]]
29th Jan '16 10:48:52 AM LadyYuki
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* HereWeGoAgain: The stories [[spoiler:"One-Night Bridge" and "Fragrant Darkness"]] both end with someone else being afflicted with the same ''mushi'' as their loved ones before them.
22nd Jan '16 1:29:34 AM jormis29
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* ColdFlames: One variety of ''mushi'' featured, called the "kagebi," feeds off human body heat by appearing to its victims as an open flame. If a person huddles close to it for warmth, it slowly saps their heat from them until they freeze to death. Bizarrely enough, the flame of a kagebi can be used to cook food or boil water... which, when ingested, freezes the body from the inside, giving the unlucky victim a case of internal frostbite.



* FauxFlame: One variety of ''mushi'' featured, called the "kagebi," feeds off human body heat by appearing to its victims as an open flame. If a person huddles close to it for warmth, it slowly saps their heat from them until they freeze to death. Bizarrely enough, the flame of a kagebi can be used to cook food or boil water... which, when ingested, freezes the body from the inside, giving the unlucky victim a case of internal frostbite.
8th Nov '15 1:35:55 AM Diask
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''Mushishi'' is a manga that ran for nine years, ending in 2008. It was adapted into an anime that ran for 26 episodes, ending in mid-2006. 2014 saw a TV special and a sequel series, ''Mushishi Zoku-shou'', which began airing in the spring 2014 anime season, running for an additional 20 episodes. An animated film was released the following year. Most episodes are stand-alone stories, though a few interconnect with other episodes in an oblique manner.



The manga ran for nine years, ending in 2008. It was adapted into an anime that ran for 26 episodes, ending in mid-2006. 2014 saw a TV special and a sequel series, ''Mushishi Zoku-shou'', which began airing in the spring 2014 anime season, running for an additional 20 episodes. An animated film was released the following year. Most episodes are stand-alone stories, though a few interconnect with other episodes in an oblique manner.



** It gets worse in "Eye of Fortune, Eye of Misfortune". [[spoiler:A woman's ''mushi''-infected eyes jump out of their sockets and wriggle away!]] [[WordOfGod The author]] finds eye damage especially {{squick}}y.

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** It gets worse in "Eye of Fortune, Eye of Misfortune". [[spoiler:A woman's ''mushi''-infected eyes jump out of their sockets and wriggle away!]] [[WordOfGod The author]] author finds eye damage especially {{squick}}y.
14th Oct '15 3:45:18 PM LadyYuki
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* InterruptedSuicide: In ''The Pillow Pathway'', [[RealityWarper Jin the swordsmith]] overdoses on the medicine Ginko gave him after his ''mushi'' powers overwhelm him, but Ginko intervenes in time to save him. [[spoiler:The end-of-episode narration reveals that Jin ultimately stabbed himself with his own sword, after slipping further and further from sanity.]]

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* IllGirl: In "Hidden Cove" a girl named Yura has had heart trouble since she was very young. She's also developed a kind of {{telepathy}}, thanks to the influence of that episode's ''mushi'', and uses this power to connect with her former caretaker - the only person she trusts to help her through her pain.
* InterruptedSuicide: In ''The "The Pillow Pathway'', Pathway", [[RealityWarper Jin the swordsmith]] overdoses on the medicine Ginko gave him after his ''mushi'' powers overwhelm him, but Ginko intervenes in time to save him. [[spoiler:The end-of-episode narration reveals that Jin ultimately stabbed himself with his own sword, after slipping further and further from sanity.]]
30th Sep '15 3:18:22 PM AnonymousMaterials
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The manga ran for nine years, ending in 2008. It was adapted into an anime that ran for 26 episodes, ending in mid-2006. 2014 saw a TV special and a sequel series, ''Mushishi Zoku-shou'', which began airing in the spring 2014 anime season, running for an additional 26 episodes. Most episodes are stand-alone stories, though a few interconnect with other episodes in an oblique manner.

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The manga ran for nine years, ending in 2008. It was adapted into an anime that ran for 26 episodes, ending in mid-2006. 2014 saw a TV special and a sequel series, ''Mushishi Zoku-shou'', which began airing in the spring 2014 anime season, running for an additional 26 episodes.20 episodes. An animated film was released the following year. Most episodes are stand-alone stories, though a few interconnect with other episodes in an oblique manner.
24th Sep '15 9:24:45 AM JoieDeCombat
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** The stepmother of the ferryman who can summon bird/wind ''mushi'' is more concerned that he can't make money than the fact that he could have died when the ship he worked on sank.

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** The stepmother of the ferryman who can summon bird/wind ''mushi'' in "The Wind Raiser" is more concerned that he can't make money than the fact that he could have died when the ship he worked on sank.
24th Sep '15 9:20:35 AM JoieDeCombat
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On the other hand, Yahagi should have been able to recognize - as Ginko does - that [[spoiler:burning a ''mushi'' which emerged from a volcanic rock]] would probably at best be unhelpful and at worst could be catastrophic. Whether burning the mountain was the best option or not, it is colossally stupid of her not to admit right away that [[spoiler:she'd swallowed one of the ''mushi'' that resulted from the fires, and her overconfidence in her ability to deal with the weed-like ''mushi'' despite their unusually large numbers results in several villagers dying from exposure to them]]. If she'd swallowed her pride and asked for Ginko's help, they probably would have worked out that [[spoiler:the larval "weed" form could be killed by the false ''hidene'' fire sooner]].\\

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On the other hand, Yahagi should have been able to recognize - as Ginko does - that [[spoiler:burning a ''mushi'' which emerged from a volcanic rock]] would probably at best be unhelpful and at worst could be catastrophic. Whether burning the mountain was the best option or not, it is colossally stupid of her not to admit right away that [[spoiler:she'd swallowed one of the ''mushi'' that resulted from the fires, and her overconfidence in her ability to deal with the weed-like ''mushi'' ''kagebi'' despite their unusually large numbers results in several villagers dying from exposure to them]]. If she'd swallowed her pride and asked for Ginko's help, they probably would have worked out that [[spoiler:the larval "weed" form could be killed by the false ''hidene'' fire sooner]].\\
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