History Manga / Parasyte

9th Aug '16 10:07:06 AM Willbyr
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* FeelNoPain: The Parasites [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin do not feel pain at all]], but they can notice the danger of their surroundings and their injuries. This becomes evident when Yamagishi blows away a parasite's hand, where people would normally scream in agony if it happens to them.

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* FeelNoPain: The Parasites [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin do not feel pain at all]], but they can notice the danger of their surroundings and their injuries. This becomes evident [[MajorInjuryUnderreaction when Yamagishi blows away a parasite's hand, hand]], where people would normally scream in agony if it happens to them.



* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: The parasites do no feel pain after all. See FeelNoPain above.
9th Aug '16 6:09:28 AM sui_cho
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* FeelNoPain: The Parasites [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin do not feel pain at all]], but they can notice the danger of their surroundings and their injuries.

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* FeelNoPain: The Parasites [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin do not feel pain at all]], but they can notice the danger of their surroundings and their injuries. This becomes evident when Yamagishi blows away a parasite's hand, where people would normally scream in agony if it happens to them.


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* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: The parasites do no feel pain after all. See FeelNoPain above.
22nd Jul '16 4:11:23 PM DarkaMonster
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A 24-episode [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/parasite_poaster_1734.jpg anime adaptation]] by Creator/{{Madhouse}} titled ''Parasyte -the maxim-'' aired from October 8, 2014 to March 2015. The anime modernizes the manga, using the same premise and main cast but also integrating things that were not commonplace during the manga's original run, like smartphones and the internet.

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A 24-episode [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/parasite_poaster_1734.jpg anime adaptation]] by Creator/{{Madhouse}} titled ''Parasyte -the maxim-'' aired from October 8, 9, 2014 to March 26, 2015. The anime modernizes the manga, using the same premise and main cast but also integrating things that were not commonplace during the manga's original run, like smartphones and the internet.
22nd Jul '16 4:10:32 PM DarkaMonster
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A 24-episode [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/parasite_poaster_1734.jpg anime adaptation]] by Creator/{{Madhouse}} aired from October 8, 2014 to March 2015. The anime modernizes the manga, using the same premise and main cast but also integrating things that were not commonplace during the manga's original run, like smartphones and the internet.

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A 24-episode [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/parasite_poaster_1734.jpg anime adaptation]] by Creator/{{Madhouse}} titled ''Parasyte -the maxim-'' aired from October 8, 2014 to March 2015. The anime modernizes the manga, using the same premise and main cast but also integrating things that were not commonplace during the manga's original run, like smartphones and the internet.
19th Jun '16 2:43:35 AM spoonofevil
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** [[spoiler:Happens in-universe to all the parasites after the raid on City Hall and their existence becoming public knowledge as attacks and sightings of them all but disappear. It's believed that they realized that open attacks and attempts to organize against humanity is dangerous for their survival and that they adjusted their diet to eat regular human food.]]

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** [[spoiler:Happens in-universe to all the parasites after the raid on City Hall and their existence becoming public knowledge as attacks and sightings of them all but disappear. It's believed possible that they were all killed off after the police raid Hirokawa's compound. It's possible that they realized that open attacks and attempts to organize against humanity is dangerous for their survival and that they adjusted their diet to eat regular human food.food. It's also possible that the parasites adapted to disguise their feedings as more conventional murders.]]
13th Jun '16 5:32:18 PM Willbyr
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* SpoilerOpening: The opening theme sequence shows most important characters in the story [[spoiler:like Reiko, Kana and Gotou]], most of whom didn't appear in the first episode. It also shows that Shinichi will lose the glasses and change his hairstyle, and hints at [[spoiler:the death of Shinichi's mother]] in episode 5, as well as [[Shinichi's RelationshipUpgrade with Murano]] in episode 21.

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* SpoilerOpening: The opening theme sequence shows most important characters in the story [[spoiler:like Reiko, Kana and Gotou]], most of whom didn't appear in the first episode. It also shows that Shinichi will lose the glasses and change his hairstyle, and hints at [[spoiler:the death of Shinichi's mother]] in episode 5, as well as [[Shinichi's [[spoiler:Shinichi's RelationshipUpgrade with Murano]] in episode 21.


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13th Jun '16 9:56:47 AM Pilomotor
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* SpoilerOpening: The opening theme sequence shows most important characters in the story [[spoiler:like Reiko, Kana and Gotou]], most of whom didn't appear in the first episode. It also shows that Shinichi will lose the glasses and change his hairstyle, and hints at [[spoiler:the death of Shinichi's mother.]]

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* SpoilerOpening: The opening theme sequence shows most important characters in the story [[spoiler:like Reiko, Kana and Gotou]], most of whom didn't appear in the first episode. It also shows that Shinichi will lose the glasses and change his hairstyle, and hints at [[spoiler:the death of Shinichi's mother.]]mother]] in episode 5, as well as [[Shinichi's RelationshipUpgrade with Murano]] in episode 21.
13th Jun '16 9:39:54 AM Pilomotor
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** Migi and Jaw are the sole exceptions of their species as they never took over a human brain nor do they need to eat for sustenance.

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** Migi and Jaw are the sole exceptions of their species as they never took over a human brain nor do they need to eat for sustenance. They get all the nutrition they need directly from their hosts' bloodstreams.



* ImpostorExposingTest: The military figures out a way to use an x-ray machine to separate a group of mixed humans and Parasites. Before that a simpler method was devised in plucking hairs since, for a parasite, the ambulatory but non-sentient cells would writhe before dying.

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* ImpostorExposingTest: The military figures out a way to use an x-ray machine to separate a group of mixed humans and Parasites.Parasites, since the Parasites can make themselves look human from the outside but don't actually have skulls. Before that a simpler method was devised in plucking hairs since, for a parasite, the ambulatory but non-sentient cells would writhe before dying.



** Averted when he's beaten [[spoiler:Gotou, and the pieces are trying desperately to reunite, probably in vain]]. He's about to leave him like that, but instead makes it clear that it's NothingPersonal before dispatching him, thereby also nicely averting OnceIsNotEnough, because he makes ''sure'' that he's dead.

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** Averted when he's beaten [[spoiler:Gotou, and the pieces are trying desperately to reunite, probably in vain]]. which Migi estimates only has a 50% chance of succeeding]]. He's about to leave him like that, that and let luck decide his fate, but instead makes it clear that it's NothingPersonal before dispatching him, thereby also nicely averting OnceIsNotEnough, because he makes ''sure'' that he's dead.
13th Jun '16 9:30:55 AM Pilomotor
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* BadPowersGoodPeople: Shinichi is one of the kindest people in the entire series, but he has a LovecraftianSuperpower.

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* BadPowersGoodPeople: Shinichi is one of the kindest people in the entire series, but he has a LovecraftianSuperpower.LovecraftianSuperpower and has to share his body with a sapient creature with BlueAndOrangeMorality.



* EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler: Shinichi is forced to go through a lot as well as witness the death of many people close to him but in the end the mince meat murders have stopped and he finally gets to be Murano.]]

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler: Shinichi is forced to go through a lot as well as witness the death of many people close to him but in the end the mince meat murders have stopped and he finally gets to be with Murano.]]



* EvilHand: Subverted; Migi can do a lot of nasty things, but isn't really evil.

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* EvilHand: Subverted; Migi can do a lot of nasty things, but [[BlueAndOrangeMorality isn't really evil.evil]], just focused on self-preservation to the point that he'll let innocent people die, or even try to kill a human if they discover his existence.
13th Jun '16 9:18:26 AM Pilomotor
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* ArcWords: "Are you really Izumi-kun?" Satomi asks this when Shinichi starts acting strangely. At first, it's a joke, but it becomes an increasingly real question over the course of the series.

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* ArcWords: "Are you really Izumi-kun?" Satomi asks this when Shinichi starts acting strangely. At first, it's a joke, but it becomes an increasingly real question over the course of the series.series, as Shinichi's secret struggle to survive changes him mentally and physically.
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