History Manga / OniisamaE

17th Mar '18 9:29:39 PM Pichu-kun
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* BigFancyHouse: Fukiko and Takeshi's family have ''several'', complete with greenhouses, rose gardens, huge pools, picturesque forests, and the odd RoomFullOfCrazy to even everything out. About all they lack is TheThingThatGoesDoink.

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* BigFancyHouse: BigFancyHouse:
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Fukiko and Takeshi's family have ''several'', complete with greenhouses, rose gardens, huge pools, picturesque forests, and the odd RoomFullOfCrazy to even everything out. About all they lack is TheThingThatGoesDoink.



* BreakTheCutie: Nanako, and in the past, [[spoiler: Rei]].

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* BreakTheCutie: BreakTheCutie:
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Nanako, and in the past, [[spoiler: Rei]].



* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: Rei and Nanako are an excellent [[LesYay girl/girl]] example, what with Rei being a kind yet unstable Brooding {{Bifauxnen}} and Nanako being the YamatoNadeshiko in training who falls for her.

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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: BroodingBoyGentleGirl:
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Rei and Nanako are an excellent [[LesYay girl/girl]] girl/girl example, what with Rei being a kind yet unstable Brooding {{Bifauxnen}} and Nanako being the YamatoNadeshiko in training who falls for her.



* FanDisservice: At some point in the anime, we have [[spoiler: Kaoru]] stripping twice (one of them also including KimonoFanservice). She's very beautiful, but both times we see her naked, are in regards to how she [[spoiler: had a mastectomy due to breast cancer and is showing her physical scars to others (first to her boyfriend Takehiko, [[BreakHerHeartToSaveHer to break up with him]]; later to her friend Nanako, while explaining her backstory).]] We don't get to see that, exactly, but the context [[TearJerker will get your eyes blurry anwyway.]]

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* FanDisservice: FanDisservice:
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At some point in the anime, we have [[spoiler: Kaoru]] stripping twice (one of them also including KimonoFanservice). She's very beautiful, but both times we see her naked, are in regards to how she [[spoiler: had a mastectomy due to breast cancer and is showing her physical scars to others (first to her boyfriend Takehiko, [[BreakHerHeartToSaveHer to break up with him]]; later to her friend Nanako, while explaining her backstory).]] We don't get to see that, exactly, but the context [[TearJerker will get your eyes blurry anwyway.]]



** Also, in the anime we're fooled into believing that Nanako and [[spoiler: Fukiko]] will have a GirlOnGirlIsHot-like "moonlight swim". [[spoiler: But then Fukiko goes ''almost drowns Nanako'' to scare her off, via hooking her foot under a log and then leaving. Nanako only survives because Fukiko didn't mean to go for the kill and returns to her soon.]] The scene goes from prospect LesYay to ''utterly chilling'' in few seconds flat.

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** Also, in the anime we're fooled into believing that Nanako and [[spoiler: Fukiko]] will have a GirlOnGirlIsHot-like "moonlight swim". [[spoiler: But then Fukiko goes ''almost drowns Nanako'' to scare her off, via hooking her foot under a log and then leaving. Nanako only survives because Fukiko didn't mean to go for the kill and returns to her soon.]] The scene goes from prospect LesYay to ''utterly chilling'' in few seconds flat.



* FuroScene: Mariko invites Nanako to [[BathtubBonding take a bath]] [[LesYay with her]].

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* FuroScene: FuroScene:
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Mariko invites Nanako to [[BathtubBonding take a bath]] [[LesYay with her]].



* HopeSpot: In the manga, [[spoiler: Nanako is overjoyed when Rei finally confesses that she needs Nanako's support and comfort. The next day, she finds out that Rei has killed herself.]]

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* HopeSpot: HopeSpot:
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In the manga, [[spoiler: Nanako is overjoyed when Rei finally confesses that she needs Nanako's support and comfort. The next day, she finds out that Rei has killed herself.]]



* KickTheDog: Aya does this quite a bit, but an especially good example is when she mocks both Nanako's middle-class background ''and'' [[spoiler: Mariko's dysfunctional relationship with her father.]] Doubled when, some time later, she publically annunces to her classmates that [[spoiler: Mariko's parents are getting divorced in a very scandalous manner. [[GirlWithPsychoWeapon And then, Mariko massively snaps on her]].]]

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* KickTheDog: KickTheDog:
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Aya does this quite a bit, but an especially good example is when she mocks both Nanako's middle-class background ''and'' [[spoiler: Mariko's dysfunctional relationship with her father.]] Doubled when, some time later, she publically annunces to her classmates that [[spoiler: Mariko's parents are getting divorced in a very scandalous manner. [[GirlWithPsychoWeapon And then, Mariko massively snaps on her]].]]



* KickTheSonOfABitch: Mariko may be a clingy {{Yandere}}, but you ''root'' for her when she slaps Aya around to protect Nanako.

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* KickTheSonOfABitch: KickTheSonOfABitch:
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Mariko may be a clingy {{Yandere}}, but you ''root'' for her when she slaps Aya around to protect Nanako.



* MasculineFeminineGayCouple: Rei and Nanako are played up this way.



* PsychoLesbian: Lots of them, but especially Fukiko. [[spoiler:Or so it seems at first - she's [[BaitAndSwitchLesbians not actually a lesbian]] (She could qualify as AmbiguouslyBi or DepravedBisexual, tho).]]
* RavenHairIvorySkin: Mariko.

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* PsychoLesbian: Lots of them, but especially Fukiko. [[spoiler:Or so it seems at first - she's [[BaitAndSwitchLesbians not actually a lesbian]] (She could qualify as AmbiguouslyBi or DepravedBisexual, tho).though).]]
* RavenHairIvorySkin: RavenHairIvorySkin:
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Mariko.



* RoomFullOfCrazy: Rei has ''two.'' One with stuff carved into the walls, one with mirrors everywhere.

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* RoomFullOfCrazy: RoomFullOfCrazy:
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Rei has ''two.'' One with stuff carved into the walls, one with mirrors everywhere.



* ShowerOfAngst: Oh, Rei.

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* ShowerOfAngst: ShowerOfAngst:
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Oh, Rei.



* [[spoiler: StoodUp]]: [[spoiler: Rei's death causes a '''Type Five''' in the anime, since she dies in her way to her and Nanako's would-be first date.]]

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* [[spoiler: StoodUp]]: StoodUp: [[spoiler: Rei's death causes a '''Type Five''' in the anime, since she dies in her way to her and Nanako's would-be first date.]]



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Nanako and either Rei or Tomoko.
** Expecially Rei, given that they fit the Japanese idea of a [[ButchLesbian Butch]]/[[LipstickLesbian Femme]] role so closely.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Nanako and either Rei or Tomoko.
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Tomoko. Expecially Rei, given that they fit the Japanese idea of a [[ButchLesbian Butch]]/[[LipstickLesbian Femme]] role so closely.



* {{Yandere}}: [[spoiler:Mariko threatens to kill Nanako and herself when the latter tries to decline staying overnight, then holds the door closed so she can't get out. Luckily Mariko's mother Hisako provides enough distraction for Nanako to escape, but Mariko still protests. She slowly evolves into a {{Tsundere}}, though.]]

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* {{Yandere}}: {{Yandere}}:
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[[spoiler:Mariko threatens to kill Nanako and herself when the latter tries to decline staying overnight, then holds the door closed so she can't get out. Luckily Mariko's mother Hisako provides enough distraction for Nanako to escape, but Mariko still protests. She slowly evolves into a {{Tsundere}}, though.]]
26th Feb '18 5:27:25 PM nombretomado
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* SchrodingersCat: [[spoiler:Kaoru-No-Kimi, who dies in the manga, but lives in the anime.]]
6th Dec '17 10:29:19 PM aceredshirt13
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The TV series is currently available to watch legally [[http://animesols.com/series/13 on]] Website/AnimeSols, where you can also pledge money to keep the series afloat in the United States and Canada in exchange for physical goods such as stickers, posters and box sets. New episodes are added every Friday. It's also available on Hulu and Viki under the title "Dear Brother."

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The TV series is currently available to watch legally [[http://animesols.com/series/13 on]] Website/AnimeSols, where you can also pledge money to keep the series afloat in the United States and Canada in exchange for physical goods such as stickers, posters and box sets. New episodes are added every Friday. It's also available on Hulu and Viki under the title "Dear Brother."
28th Feb '17 2:16:10 AM catboat
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** Also, for a middle-class girl Nanako lives with his parents in a pretty large house. Likely to contrast with her "Oniisama" Takehiko's rather simple apartment [[spoiler: and Rei's flat with a RoomFullOfCrazy.]]

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** Also, for a middle-class girl Nanako lives with his her parents in a pretty large house. Likely to contrast with her "Oniisama" Takehiko's rather simple apartment [[spoiler: and Rei's flat with a RoomFullOfCrazy.]]
22nd Feb '17 5:34:53 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* WorldOfHam: As a melodramatic shoujo from TheSeventies, adapted in TheNineties by the master of the {{Pastel Chalked Freeze Frame}}s. The anime has melodramatic thunderstorms, lots of MoodWhiplash and ''hundreds'' of both {{Repeat cut}}s and the aforementioned {{Pastel Chalked Freeze Frame}}s.

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* WorldOfHam: As a melodramatic shoujo from TheSeventies, adapted in TheNineties by [[Creator/OsamuDezaki the master master]] of the {{Pastel Chalked Freeze Frame}}s. The anime has melodramatic thunderstorms, lots of MoodWhiplash and ''hundreds'' of both {{Repeat cut}}s and the aforementioned {{Pastel Chalked Freeze Frame}}s.
2nd Oct '16 12:48:46 PM nombretomado
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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Numerous scenes taking place during English class. For the curious, they're reading from EdgarAllanPoe's ''The Gold Bug''.

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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Numerous scenes taking place during English class. For the curious, they're reading from EdgarAllanPoe's Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's ''The Gold Bug''.
7th Jun '16 12:19:21 PM Willbyr
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* GirlWithPsychoWeapon: [[{{Shuffle}} Boxcutter Kaede]] could have taken a few tips from [[spoiler: Mariko]].

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* GirlWithPsychoWeapon: [[{{Shuffle}} [[VisualNovel/{{Shuffle}} Boxcutter Kaede]] could have taken a few tips from [[spoiler: Mariko]].
14th May '15 5:50:26 AM SeptimusHeap
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''Oniisama e'' ("Dear Brother") is a GirlsLove {{manga}} series by RiyokoIkeda, also the author of ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles''. Written in the 1970s and published in Shueisha's ''Margaret'', it is one of the earliest examples of the genre, and seems to have had a considerable effect on the series that came after it. It was adapted into an {{anime}} series in the early '90s by influential director Creator/OsamuDezaki.

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''Oniisama e'' ("Dear Brother") is a GirlsLove {{manga}} series by RiyokoIkeda, Creator/RiyokoIkeda, also the author of ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles''. Written in the 1970s and published in Shueisha's ''Margaret'', it is one of the earliest examples of the genre, and seems to have had a considerable effect on the series that came after it. It was adapted into an {{anime}} series in the early '90s by influential director Creator/OsamuDezaki.
4th Aug '14 4:31:55 AM ParanoiaAgent
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''Oniisama e'' ("Dear Brother") is a GirlsLove {{manga}} series by RiyokoIkeda, also the author of ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles''. Written in the 1970s and published in Shueisha's ''Margaret'', it is one of the earliest examples of the genre, and seems to have had a considerable effect on the series that came after it. It was adapted into an {{anime}} series in the early '90s.

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''Oniisama e'' ("Dear Brother") is a GirlsLove {{manga}} series by RiyokoIkeda, also the author of ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles''. Written in the 1970s and published in Shueisha's ''Margaret'', it is one of the earliest examples of the genre, and seems to have had a considerable effect on the series that came after it. It was adapted into an {{anime}} series in the early '90s.
'90s by influential director Creator/OsamuDezaki.
22nd May '14 6:59:37 AM Orihime
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Told through a series of letters written by the protagonist to her CramSchool teacher and older brother figure, Takehiko, it is the story of Misonoo Nanako, an average girl who manages to be accepted to Seiran Academy, a prestigious girls' school for the wealthy and talented. Despite lacking the background and qualifications of her fellow students, she is soon invited to be a member of the Sorority, an elite group of talented and popular girls. This makes her an easy target for the machinations of her ambitious peers -- especially one Misaki Aya, who will do anything it takes to discredit her so she loses her place in the Sorority.

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Told through a series of letters written by the protagonist to her CramSchool teacher and older brother figure, Henmi Takehiko, it is the story of Misonoo Nanako, an average girl who manages to be accepted to Seiran Academy, a prestigious girls' school for the wealthy and talented. Despite lacking the background and qualifications of her fellow students, she is soon invited to be a member of the Sorority, an elite group of talented and popular girls. This makes her an easy target for the machinations of her ambitious peers -- especially one Misaki Aya, who will do anything it takes to discredit her so she loses her place in the Sorority.



* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: Rei and Nanako are an excellent [[LesYay girl/girl]] example, what with Rei being a kind yet unstable Brooding {{Bifauxnen}} and Nanako being the YamatoNadeshiko in training who falls for her.
** Mariko and Nanako might fit in too, despite Mariko being more HotBlooded than the usual Brooder.



** Fukiko deserves an honorable mention for the room at her summer house full of creepy dolls and obsessively arranged items of memorabilia from [[spoiler:the day she first met her obsessive crush Henmi, which she has since kept completely unchanged for ''six years'' and forbids anyone else (save for herself and one of the maids) to enter]].
* ScholarshipStudent: Nanako, and likely Tomoko as well.

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** Fukiko deserves an honorable mention for the room at her summer house full of creepy dolls and obsessively arranged items of memorabilia from [[spoiler:the day she first met her obsessive crush Henmi, which she has since kept completely unchanged for ''six years'' and forbids anyone else (save for herself and one of the maids) to enter]].
* ScholarshipStudent: Nanako, and likely Tomoko as well.
enter]].



** In the anime, both Mariko and [[spoiler: Fukiko]] have hot baths of angst.



* {{Tsundere}}: [[spoiler: Mariko sorta evolves into this as she gets over her {{Yandere}} phase.]]

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* {{Tsundere}}: [[spoiler: Mariko sorta evolves into this a Type A/tsuntsun (cold outside, sweet inside) as she gets over her {{Yandere}} phase.]]



* WorldOfHam: As a melodramatic shoujo from TheSeventies. ''Specially'' in the anime where we have melodramatic thunderstorms, lots of MoodWhiplash and ''hundreds'' of both {{Repeat cut}}s and {{Pastel Chalked Freeze Frame}}s.

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* WorldOfHam: As a melodramatic shoujo from TheSeventies. ''Specially'' TheSeventies, adapted in TheNineties by the master of the {{Pastel Chalked Freeze Frame}}s. The anime where we have has melodramatic thunderstorms, lots of MoodWhiplash and ''hundreds'' of both {{Repeat cut}}s and the aforementioned {{Pastel Chalked Freeze Frame}}s.
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