History Manga / SamuraiHighSchool

1st Apr '17 4:20:15 PM Golondrina
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A manga by Kashiwaba Hiro, about HalfIdenticalTwins. Kou, the brother, is very feminine, excels at cooking, cleaning, arts and crafts, while Tsukiko, the sister, is masculine, loves fighting and is a combat genius. The twins learn about the Samurai High School, where men test their strength and women test their femininity. However the only way they can attend is by [[WholesomeCrossdresser swapping places]]. If they are to be found cheating, they and their family will be [[DisproportionateRetribution exiled to the moon for 500 years]]

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A manga by Kashiwaba Hiro, about HalfIdenticalTwins. Kou, the brother, is very feminine, excels at cooking, cleaning, arts and crafts, while Tsukiko, the sister, is masculine, loves fighting and is a combat genius. The twins learn about the Samurai High School, where men test their strength and women test their femininity. However the only way they can attend is by [[WholesomeCrossdresser swapping places]]. If they are to be found cheating, they and their family will be [[DisproportionateRetribution exiled to the moon for 500 years]]
years]].
22nd Jan '17 4:19:24 AM Adept
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Shogun Habama is clearly based on President Barack Obama. They share similar facial features and, as Obama is the first black U.S. President, Habama is the first Alien Immigrant who got elected as Shogun.
22nd Jan '17 4:11:14 AM Adept
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A manga by Kashiwaba Hiro, about HalfIdenticalTwins. Kou, the brother, who is very feminine, excels at cooking, cleaning, arts and crafts, and Tsukiko, the sister, who is masculine, loves fighting and is a combat genius. The twins learn about the Samurai High School, where men test their strength and women test their femininity. However the only way they can attend is by [[WholesomeCrossdresser swapping places]]. If they are to be found cheating, they and their family will be [[DisproportionateRetribution exiled to the moon for 500 years]]

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A manga by Kashiwaba Hiro, about HalfIdenticalTwins. Kou, the brother, who is very feminine, excels at cooking, cleaning, arts and crafts, and while Tsukiko, the sister, who is masculine, loves fighting and is a combat genius. The twins learn about the Samurai High School, where men test their strength and women test their femininity. However the only way they can attend is by [[WholesomeCrossdresser swapping places]]. If they are to be found cheating, they and their family will be [[DisproportionateRetribution exiled to the moon for 500 years]]



* ActionGirl: Tsukiko, a martial arts expert who loves physical training and fighting. She's also one of the strongest characters in the series.

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* ActionGirl: Tsukiko, Tsukiko is a martial arts expert who loves physical training and fighting. She's also one of the strongest characters in the series.



* ButtMonkey: Nobody really takes Kamiyama seriously (except perhaps his two bodyguards), and everytime he tries to draw the spotlight to himself, he either gets ignored or snarked. He also gets frequently beaten up by Tsukiko.
* CharacterDevelopment: Kamiyama grows from being a completely self-absorbed UpperClassTwit, to actually showing concern and even respect for his "low-class" friends. This culminates in him ditching his rich peers during his birthday party when they went to far to insult his newfound friends.

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* ButtMonkey: Nobody really takes Kamiyama seriously (except perhaps his two bodyguards), and everytime every time he tries to draw the spotlight to himself, he either gets ignored or snarked. He also gets frequently beaten up by Tsukiko.
* CharacterDevelopment: Kamiyama grows from being a completely self-absorbed UpperClassTwit, to actually showing concern and even respect for his "low-class" friends. This culminates in him ditching his rich peers during his birthday party when they went to too far to insult his newfound friends.
22nd Jan '17 4:08:57 AM Adept
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* AllegedLookalikes: Downplayed. Tsukiko and Kou are portrayed as HalfIdenticalTwins and can switch identities at whim without anyone's notice. Although they do resemble each other a lot, their vastly differing height, body type, hairstyle and facial expression makes their appearances very distinct from each other.

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* AllegedLookalikes: Downplayed. Tsukiko and Kou are portrayed as HalfIdenticalTwins and can switch identities at whim without anyone's notice. Although they do resemble each other a lot, notice, even though their vastly differing height, body type, hairstyle and facial expression makes their appearances very distinct from each other.
28th Nov '16 5:56:51 AM FurtiveGrist
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25th Dec '15 3:29:26 PM Adept
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* UglyGuysHotDaughter: Simultaneously played straight ''and'' gender inverted with the Kamiyama family. Tomoza and Mariri can be regarded as at least good-looking. Their parents are {{Gonk}}s that barely resembles a human being.

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* UglyGuysHotDaughter: Simultaneously played straight ''and'' gender inverted with the Kamiyama family. Tomoza and Mariri can be regarded as at least are quite good-looking. Their parents are {{Gonk}}s that who barely resembles a human being.look human.
25th Dec '15 3:21:44 PM Adept
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Have nothing to do with the [[Series/SamuraiHighSchool TV series]] with the same name.
7th Nov '15 12:12:07 PM Willbyr
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25th Sep '15 10:33:18 PM Adept
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* SeriousBusiness: Tomita takes school plays ''very'' seriously and was willing to beat the crap out of his "beloved" Onikada when the latter failed to do the same.
25th Sep '15 10:29:48 PM Adept
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