History Manga / TheDaughterOFTwentyFaces

15th Sep '15 6:54:31 AM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"He has many different faces...'' '''''and I'm one of them!''''' ''"'']]
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21st May '15 2:14:42 PM MagBas
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jumping the shark is In Universe Examples Only
* WhamEpisode: Episode Six, Jesus Christ. Whether or not the show [[JumpTheShark jumped the shark]] at this stage remains to be seen. ** It didn't, but it did take a major change in direction.
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* WhamEpisode: Episode Six, Jesus Christ. Whether or not the show [[JumpTheShark jumped the shark]] at this stage remains to be seen. ** It didn't, but it did take a major change in direction.
17th Mar '15 9:59:35 AM Willbyr
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''The Daughter of Twenty Faces'' (''Nijū Mensō no Musume''), an action/mystery {{manga}} in the vein of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' and ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', was made by Shinji Ohara and began serialized print in 2002 in ''Comic Flapper'' magazine. An anime adaptation began airing in Japan on April 12, 2008, produced by StudioBones and TMSEntertainment's Telecom Animation Film and promoted internationally as ''Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief'' (though to this day, it ''still'' hasn't been formally picked up for English release).
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''The Daughter of Twenty Faces'' (''Nijū Mensō no Musume''), an action/mystery {{manga}} in the vein of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' and ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', was made by Shinji Ohara and began serialized print in 2002 in ''Comic Flapper'' magazine. An anime adaptation began airing in Japan on April 12, 2008, produced by StudioBones Creator/StudioBones and TMSEntertainment's Creator/TMSEntertainment's Telecom Animation Film and promoted internationally as ''Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief'' (though to this day, it ''still'' hasn't been formally picked up for English release).
12th Mar '15 1:30:26 PM Eagal
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The focus of the story is Chizuko "Chiko" Mikamo, a young girl who desires to get away from her home [[spoiler:because her uncle and aunt have been slowly poisoning her]] and leaps at the chance when international GentlemanThief "Twenty Faces" comes to "steal" her. Abandoning her old life, she learns the way of proper cat burglary from Twenty and his merry band of men, and eventually must come to terms with Twenty's legacy and her position as The Daughter Of Twenty Faces. This manga is a derivative of classic detective fiction. Twenty Faces first appeared in the late 1920's as the WorthyOpponent of Endogawa Rampo's detective Akechi Kogorō, who is also featured later on.
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The focus of the story is Chizuko "Chiko" Mikamo, a young girl who desires to get away from her home [[spoiler:because because her uncle and aunt have been slowly poisoning her]] her and leaps at the chance when international GentlemanThief "Twenty Faces" comes to "steal" her. Abandoning her old life, she learns the way of proper cat burglary from Twenty and his merry band of men, and eventually must come to terms with Twenty's legacy and her position as The Daughter Of Twenty Faces. This manga is a derivative of classic detective fiction. Twenty Faces first appeared in the late 1920's as the WorthyOpponent of Endogawa Rampo's detective Akechi Kogorō, who is also featured later on.

* HeyItsThatVoice: Chiko is played by the famous Creator/AyaHirano, although Chiko sounds nothing like [[SuzumiyaHaruhi Haruhi Suzumiya.]] ** Shunka, who does not appear until fairly later in the series but is a major character, is voiced by Creator/RinaSato, who is Negi in all adaptations of {{Negima}}. ** Tome, voiced by Creator/SatomiArai.

* NoExportForYou: Which actually confuses a fair number of people, as the low fanservice quotient and [[ActionGirl competent-heroine-with-no-strings-attached]] lead should make the show a good fit for American and European television, particularly action blocks like {{Toonami}}.

* OutOfTheInferno
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* PillarOfLight
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* ProperlyParanoid: Chiko.
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* SequelHook
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** Shunka, on the other hand. Hoo boy.
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** Shunka, on the other hand. Hoo boy.%%** Shunka
27th Jul '14 2:55:17 PM JamieTH
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* TightropeWalking: Chiko walks the tighrope when Twenty's gang poses as a travelling circus.
20th Feb '14 7:15:22 AM SpaceDrake
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* NoExportForYou
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* NoExportForYouNoExportForYou: Which actually confuses a fair number of people, as the low fanservice quotient and [[ActionGirl competent-heroine-with-no-strings-attached]] lead should make the show a good fit for American and European television, particularly action blocks like {{Toonami}}.
20th Feb '14 7:07:48 AM SpaceDrake
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''The Daughter of Twenty Faces'' (''Nijū Mensō no Musume''), an action/mystery {{manga}} in the vein of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' and ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', was made by Shinji Ohara and began serialized print in 2002 in ''Comic Flapper'' magazine. An anime adaptation began airing in Japan on April 12, 2008, produced by StudioBones and TMSEntertainment's Telecom Animation Film and promoted internationally as ''Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief''.
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''The Daughter of Twenty Faces'' (''Nijū Mensō no Musume''), an action/mystery {{manga}} in the vein of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' and ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', was made by Shinji Ohara and began serialized print in 2002 in ''Comic Flapper'' magazine. An anime adaptation began airing in Japan on April 12, 2008, produced by StudioBones and TMSEntertainment's Telecom Animation Film and promoted internationally as ''Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief''.Thief'' (though to this day, it ''still'' hasn't been formally picked up for English release).
18th Feb '14 11:23:38 AM ShiroiHane
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However, that work came later so this should be there if anywhere. Also "this is for instances where a voice actor's voice is recognizable, not their resumes"
* HeyItsThatVoice: Chiko is played by the famous Aya Hirano, although Chiko sounds nothing like [[SuzumiyaHaruhi Haruhi Suzumiya.]] Shunka, who does not appear until fairly later in the series but is a major character, is voiced by Rina Satou, who is Negi in all adaptations of {{Negima}}. ** Tome, voiced by Satomi Arai, sounds very much like Shiroyasha from ''LightNovel/ProblemChildrenAreComingFromAnotherWorldArentThey''.
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Chiko is played by the famous Aya Hirano, Creator/AyaHirano, although Chiko sounds nothing like [[SuzumiyaHaruhi Haruhi Suzumiya.]] ]] ** Shunka, who does not appear until fairly later in the series but is a major character, is voiced by Rina Satou, Creator/RinaSato, who is Negi in all adaptations of {{Negima}}. ** Tome, voiced by Satomi Arai, sounds very much like Shiroyasha from ''LightNovel/ProblemChildrenAreComingFromAnotherWorldArentThey''.Creator/SatomiArai.
26th Jan '14 3:53:18 PM TastySauce
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''The Daughter of Twenty Faces'' (''Nijū Mensō no Musume''), an action/mystery {{manga}} in the vein of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' and ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', was made by Shinji Ohara and began serialized print in 2002 in ''Comic Flapper'' magazine. An anime adaptation began airing in Japan on April 12, 2008, produced by StudioBones and TMSEntertainment's Telecom Animation Film and promoted internationally as ''Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief''. The focus of the story is Chizuko "Chiko" Mikamo, a young girl who desires to get away from her home [[spoiler:because her uncle and aunt have been slowly poisoning her]] and leaps at the chance when international GentlemanThief "Twenty Faces" comes to "steal" her. Abandoning her old life, she learns the way of proper cat burglary from Twenty and his merry band of men, and eventually must come to terms with Twenty's legacy and her position as The Daughter Of Twenty Faces. This manga is a derivative of classic detective fiction. Twenty Faces first appeared in the late 1920's as the WorthyOpponent of Endogawa Rampo's detective Akechi Kogorō, who is also featured later on.
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''The Daughter of Twenty Faces'' (''Nijū Mensō no Musume''), an action/mystery {{manga}} in the vein of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' and ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', was made by Shinji Ohara and began serialized print in 2002 in ''Comic Flapper'' magazine. An anime adaptation began airing in Japan on April 12, 2008, produced by StudioBones and TMSEntertainment's Telecom Animation Film and promoted internationally as ''Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief''. The focus of the story is Chizuko "Chiko" Mikamo, a young girl who desires to get away from her home [[spoiler:because her uncle and aunt have been slowly poisoning her]] and leaps at the chance when international GentlemanThief "Twenty Faces" comes to "steal" her. Abandoning her old life, she learns the way of proper cat burglary from Twenty and his merry band of men, and eventually must come to terms with Twenty's legacy and her position as The Daughter Of Twenty Faces. This manga is a derivative of classic detective fiction. Twenty Faces first appeared in the late 1920's as the WorthyOpponent of Endogawa Rampo's detective Akechi Kogorō, who is also featured later on.
12th Jan '14 9:48:44 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* TheTokyoFireball: Or more accurately [[PillarOfLight Tokyo Pillar of Light]]

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* TheTokyoFireball: Or more accurately [[PillarOfLight Tokyo Pillar of Light]]
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