History Manga / SangatsuNoLion

10th Mar '16 5:22:17 PM Bakazuki
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* JustFriends: What Hayashida essentially thinks Rei will be with Hina, [[ShipperOnDeck much to the teacher's dismay]], if Rei continues to play the "guardian" role for her.
* PutOnABus: Not long after the bullying arc concludes, Takahashi is set on achieving his goals of getting into the Koshien, and soon leaves town to attend a far away high school that has larger chances of getting him in.
10th Mar '16 5:12:56 PM Bakazuki
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* CheshireCatGrin: This is practically the default expression of a character introduced in Chapter 102, [[spoiler: the Kawamoto siblings' father]]. The look of the smile by itself isn't all that strange, but given what information the story has told of him beforehand, the way the panels present him, and how certain characters react to his presence, the overly friendly-vibe he gives off with said smile - [[spoiler:especially during the two times he tries to hold Momo]] - comes off as incredibly suspicious and unnerving.
* CrazyJealousGuy: Played for humor in Chapter 96. By the time Hina is enrolled in Rei's high school as a first-year, she starts getting a little attention from guys because of how cute she is. When one of them tries to get closer to Hina by offering to join the shogi club along with her and teach her, Rei basically steps in-between them like roadblock and drives the first-year boy away by beating him in a quick match, justifying it by claiming to be measuring his skill level for entry into the club. Later in the same chapter, he see the same guy trying to have lunch with her and her new friend at the courtyard all the way from the school roof, prompting him to make a mad dash to where they are.
8th Mar '16 3:17:32 PM Bakazuki
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* AdultsAreUseless: Hina's middle school homeroom teacher during her character arc is the one adult character who embodies this trope. She's unable, or perhaps unwilling, to take the initiative and stop the bullying that's been going on in Hina's class, despite being aware that it has been going and being spoken about it directly.
1st Mar '16 3:50:04 PM Bakazuki
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* ArtificialRiverbank: The riverbank in Kyoto is the setting of the last scene of Volume 6, [[spoiler:once again invoking the motif of rivers and its related symbolism toward healing/calming those near them, as Rei comforts a crying Hina when they meet along the bank.]]



* CryIntoChest: This occurs in the closing pages of Volume 6, [[spoiler:between Rei and Hina after he finds her near the river by herself during her school trip in Kyoto]].



* ArtificialRiverbank: The riverbank in Kyoto is the setting of the last scene of Volume 6, [[spoiler:once again invoking the motif of rivers and its related symbolism toward healing/calming those near them, as Rei comforts a crying Hina when they meet along the bank.]]
* CryIntoChest: This occurs in the closing pages of Volume 6, [[spoiler:between Rei and Hina after he finds her near the river by herself during her school trip in Kyoto]].
1st Mar '16 3:46:41 PM Bakazuki
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1st Mar '16 3:44:54 PM Bakazuki
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''3-gatsu no Lion'' (''Sangatsu no Lion'', lit. ''The Lion of March''), subtitled as ''March Comes in Like a Lion'', is a seinen SliceOfLife[=/=]Drama manga series written by ''{{Manga/Honey and Clover}}'''s Chica Umino. It is currently serialized in ''Young Animal'' with seven volumes released.

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''3-gatsu no Lion'' (''Sangatsu no Lion'', lit. ''The Lion of March''), subtitled as ''March Comes in Like a Lion'', is a seinen SliceOfLife[=/=]Drama manga series written by ''{{Manga/Honey and Clover}}'''s Chica Umino. It is currently serialized in ''Young Animal'' with seven 11 volumes released.


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An ongoing SpinOff, ''3-gatsu no Lion Showa Ibun: Shakunetsu no Toki'', is currently being penned by Hideaki Nishikawa.
16th Jan '16 5:59:48 PM Bakazuki
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The series has recently been slated for two upcoming adaptations - a TV anime series and a live action film. Release dates for either have yet to be announced.

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The series has recently been is slated for two upcoming adaptations - a TV anime series and a live action film. Release dates for either have yet to film and a TV Anime series produced by Creator/StudioShaft. The latter will be announced.
part of the Fall 2016 line-up.
22nd Sep '15 5:43:38 PM Bakazuki
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The series has recently been slated for two upcoming adaptations - a TV anime series and a live action film. Release dates for either have yet to be announced.
10th Aug '15 1:30:57 PM Bakazuki
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* StockShoujoBullyingTactics: A story arc prominently featuring this kind of bullying starts in Volume 5 in order emulate a situation similar to real life incidents that Japan has become somewhat infamous for. [[spoiler: Hina becomes the new target for these at her middle school after her friend Chiho is driven out because of them]]. Of the ones that appear, there's the stealing of shoes, graffiti on desks and chalkboard, and class ostracization.



* StockShoujoBullyingTactics: [[spoiler: Hina becomes the victim of these starting from Volume 5]]. Of the ones that appear, there's the stealing of shoes, graffiti on desks and chalkboard, and class ostracization.

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* StockShoujoBullyingTactics: [[spoiler: Hina becomes the victim of these starting from Volume 5]]. Of the ones that appear, there's the stealing of shoes, graffiti on desks and chalkboard, and class ostracization.
21st May '15 7:30:48 PM Bakazuki
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* AnimalJingoism: As a one panel gag in Chapter 48, the manga alludes to the snake and mongoose rivalry as a visual metaphor for the kind of heated arguments Rei and Nikaidou get into, with Rei being the snake and Nikaidou being the mongoose.



* AnimalJingoism: As a one panel gag in Chapter 48, the manga alludes to the snake and mongoose rivalry as a visual metaphor for the kind of heated arguments Rei and Nikaidou get into, with Rei being the snake and Nikaidou being the mongoose
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