History Manga / TheHatingGirl

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* SailorFuku: Worn by Ryouji's ex from Osaka but not by the girls at Ryouji and Asumi's school, where their uniform is a skirt, button-down shirt, and a sleeveless overshirt.
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* {{Motifs}}: Arrows and apples, both of which tie into the archery theme that shows up every now and then [[spoiler:and is tied closely to Asumi's past]], the apples possibly being a nod to the William Tell legend.

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* {{Motifs}}: Arrows and apples, both of which tie into the archery theme that shows up every now and then [[spoiler:and is tied closely to Asumi's past]], the apples possibly being a nod to the William Tell Myth/WilliamTell legend.
19th Oct '16 9:11:57 PM Willbyr
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* {{Motif}}: Arrows and apples, both of which tie into the archery theme that shows up every now and then [[spoiler:and is tied closely to Asumi's past]], the apples possibly being a nod to the William Tell legend.

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* {{Motif}}: {{Motifs}}: Arrows and apples, both of which tie into the archery theme that shows up every now and then [[spoiler:and is tied closely to Asumi's past]], the apples possibly being a nod to the William Tell legend.
19th Oct '16 8:17:52 PM Willbyr
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* AnnoyingArrows: Thanks to [[spoiler:her father]], Asumi has an arrow in her head.

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* AnnoyingArrows: Thanks to [[spoiler:her father]], AnnoyingArrows: Asumi has an arrow in her head. [[spoiler:It's eventually revealed to be the result of an archery accident.]]



* CursedWithAwesome: Asumi's arrow has caused her a lot of grief and pain (both emotional and physical), but is surprisingly useful at times. It's been used to reflect light, open things, and even saved her life once when she fell off the top of the school but was left hanging from the wall by the arrow.

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* CursedWithAwesome: Asumi's arrow has caused her a lot of grief and pain (both emotional and physical), but is surprisingly useful at times. It's been used to reflect light, open things, and even saved her life once when she fell off the top of the school but was left hanging from the wall by the arrow. It saves her life again when [[spoiler:Ryouji sees a glint of light off it as the school is being evacuated after Tokishin's latest bombing, leading him to find Tokishin threatening to blow up Asumi with himself]].



* EyeObscuringHat: [[spoiler:The school bomber]] wears a boggin that covers his eyes [[spoiler:and the horn on his head]].



* HeirToTheDojo: Asumi's father was the head of an archery dojo and trained her and her brother, [[spoiler:but Asumi abandoned archery after she got the arrow through her head. Once she's able to reconcile herself to the past, she gets back into it.]]
* HypnoFool: Ryouji accidentally does a child regression hypnosis on Asumi, causing her to start acting like a mischievous toddler. [[spoiler:The chapter ends with Asumi and Ryouji having their first kiss, but Asumi thinks Ryouji is her dad.]]



* JustFriends: What Asumi and Ryouji say throughout the series.
* MadBomber: Shows up early on, [[spoiler:then again in the penultimate chapter]].
* {{Motif}}: Arrows and apples.

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* JustFriends: What Asumi and Ryouji say throughout the series.
series. [[spoiler:They finally get to where they can genuinely admit their mutual love near the end of the manga.]]
* MadBomber: Shows up early on, [[spoiler:then again in very close to the penultimate chapter]].
end of the manga]].
* {{Motif}}: Arrows and apples.apples, both of which tie into the archery theme that shows up every now and then [[spoiler:and is tied closely to Asumi's past]], the apples possibly being a nod to the William Tell legend.



* SharedFamilyQuirks: Asumi's older sister has a fork sticking out of the top of her head. It's not as much of a hassle to her as the arrow is for Asumi, but it does hurt when a door shuts on it. [[spoiler:Asumi eventually tells Ryouji that her sister stuck the fork in her own head so that Asumi wouldn't be the only person in that condition.]]
* SilentTreatment: In one chapter, after Asumi goes off on Ryouji for what she thinks is him publicly announcing that she's on her period, a note in the corner of the last panel states that she didn't speak to him for three days afterward.

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* RedRightHand: [[spoiler:Tokishin, the school bomber,]] has a small horn on top of his head. [[spoiler:It's his belief that normal people are out to destroy people such as he that drives his bombings.]]
* SharedFamilyQuirks: Asumi's older sister Reiko has a fork sticking out of the top of her head. It's not as much of a hassle to her as the arrow is for Asumi, but it does hurt when a door shuts on it. [[spoiler:Asumi eventually tells Ryouji that her sister Reiko stuck the fork in her own head so that Asumi wouldn't be the only person in that condition.]]
* SilentTreatment: ShoutOut: To ''Franchise/TokimekiMemorial'', as it was apparently the sole source of Asumi's knowledge about what girls and boys do. Learning the truth [[FreakOut is rather a shock]] [[HeadDesk to her system]].
* SilentTreatment:
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In one chapter, after Asumi goes off on Ryouji for what she thinks is him publicly announcing that she's on her period, a note in the corner of the last panel states that she didn't speak to him for three days afterward.afterward.
** In a later chapter, a major misunderstanding gets Ryouji mad enough at Asumi to not speak to her for a month.



* TalkingToPlants: One side effect of the arrow is that Asumi can hear trees talking. This leads to some heartbreak when she discovers a tree the other trees make fun of...and it turns out to have a horizontal bar running through it as a result of growing below some playground equipment. It's a harsh reminder for Asumi of her own situation.

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* SuicideAttack: The school bomber plans to do this [[spoiler:and take Asumi with him, but he's foiled by Ryouji]].
* SuperReflexes: She rarely uses it, but Asumi's archery training has given her amazing agility. In one chapter she leaps up and kicks a baseball that was headed toward her and Ryouji, and later pushes Ryouji's arm hard enough for him to punch out a bully...while said bully was in the middle of throwing a punch at Ryouji.
* TalkingToPlants: One side effect of the arrow is that Asumi can hear trees talking. This leads to some heartbreak when she discovers a tree the other trees make fun of...and of because it turns out to have has a horizontal bar running through it as a result of growing below some playground equipment. It's a harsh reminder for Asumi of her own situation.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: This starts setting in fairly soon, and kicks into high gear about 3/4 of the way through the manga, with the sticking points being their constant misunderstandings and Asumi's emotional turmoil about her self-worth. [[spoiler:They finally become a couple after Tokishin is beaten and consummate the relationship in the last chapter.]]
19th Oct '16 4:23:26 AM Willbyr
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* AnnoyingArrows: Somehow, Asumi has an arrow in her head.

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* AnnoyingArrows: Somehow, Thanks to [[spoiler:her father]], Asumi has an arrow in her head.



* SharedFamilyQuirks: For whatever reason, Asumi's older sister has a fork sticking out of the top of her head. It's not as much of a hassle to her as the arrow is for Asumi, but it does hurt when a door shuts on it.

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* SharedFamilyQuirks: For whatever reason, Asumi's older sister has a fork sticking out of the top of her head. It's not as much of a hassle to her as the arrow is for Asumi, but it does hurt when a door shuts on it. [[spoiler:Asumi eventually tells Ryouji that her sister stuck the fork in her own head so that Asumi wouldn't be the only person in that condition.]]
19th Oct '16 4:19:20 AM Willbyr
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''The Hating Girl'' is a manga about Asumi, a girl with an arrow stuck through her head, and Ryouji, the boy interested in her. At first Asumi tries to avoid Ryouji as he tries to find out what's going on with this strange girl, but eventually she relents and their friendship develops from there.

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''The Hating Girl'' is a manga about Asumi, Asumi Torii, a girl with an arrow stuck through her head, and Ryouji, Ryouji Amada, the boy interested in her. At first Asumi tries to avoid Ryouji as he tries to find out what's going on with this strange girl, but eventually she relents and their friendship develops from there.



%%* BrokenBird: Asumi is dealing with a lot of emotional turmoil from the social and everyday consequences of her arrow, and tends to be reclusive and [[ApologizesALot overly-apologetic]]. She slowly starts to come out of her shell and become more well-adjusted as she spends time with Ryouji, but her problems occasionally bubble to the surface.

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%%* * BrokenBird: Asumi is dealing with a lot of emotional turmoil from the social and everyday consequences of her arrow, and tends to be reclusive and [[ApologizesALot overly-apologetic]]. She slowly starts to come out of her shell and become more well-adjusted as she spends time with Ryouji, but her problems occasionally bubble to the surface.surface, especially when she sees things that remind her of her situation.



* {{Fanservice}}: Relatively little in-story, with the occasional PantyShot and bra reveal from Asumi being about it. The still arts at the start of each chapter go further but are still fairly tame.



* OneDialogueTwoConversations: One of the manga's {{running gag}}s is Ryouji and Asumi misunderstanding each other and running with completely separate trains of thought on the same theme.

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* OneDialogueTwoConversations: OneDialogueTwoConversations:
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One of the manga's {{running gag}}s is Ryouji and Asumi misunderstanding each other and running with completely separate trains of thought on the same theme.theme.
** After a girl mistakenly thinks that Ryouji confesses his love to her, the start of the next chapter has her talking about her love for him while Ryouji is trying to get her to go away.
18th Oct '16 4:20:16 AM Willbyr
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* TheIdiotFromOsaka: Ryouji's ex, Towa Naoko. She's rather boorish and overbearing, and seems to enjoy taunting Asumi in the chapter where they first meet.
17th Oct '16 11:36:11 AM Willbyr
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* AlienCatnip: Asumi avoids soft drinks because the arrow causes her to get drunk off them. Fortunately, belching undoes the effects. Unfortunately for Ryouji in the chapter where this first happens, the belch comes after he's reacted to her behavior changes from the soda, leading her to think he's been acting like a pervert with her and taking days of explaining from Ryouji to calm down from.



* ApologizesALot: Asumi has a tendency to loudly and vigorously apologize whenever she thinks she's offended someone, prostrating herself on the ground and usually saying she's lower than a drone beetle in the process. This is pretty frequent at the start of the manga but decreases as she becomes more sure of herself.



* BrokenBird: Asumi is dealing with a lot of emotional turmoil from the social and everyday consequences of her arrow, and tends to be reclusive and [[ApologizesALot overly-apologetic]]. She slowly starts to come out of her shell and become more well-adjusted as she spends time with Ryouji, but her problems occasionally bubble to the surface.

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* %%* BrokenBird: Asumi is dealing with a lot of emotional turmoil from the social and everyday consequences of her arrow, and tends to be reclusive and [[ApologizesALot overly-apologetic]]. She slowly starts to come out of her shell and become more well-adjusted as she spends time with Ryouji, but her problems occasionally bubble to the surface.



** Asumi accidentally runs the arrow's point along the windows of a school room, bringing everyone around her to their knees.

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** Asumi accidentally runs the arrow's point along the windows of a school room, bringing everyone around her to their knees.knees in the same manner as {{nails on a chalkboard}}.



* DrunkOnMilk: Asumi avoids soft drinks because the arrow causes her to get drunk off them. Fortunately, belching undoes the effects. Unfortunately for Ryouji in the chapter where this first happens, the belch comes after he's reacted to her rather lewd behavior changes from the soda, leading her to think he's been acting like a pervert with her and taking days of explaining from Ryouji to calm down from.



* SelfDeprecation: Asumi has a tendency to loudly and vigorously apologize whenever she thinks she's offended someone, prostrating herself on the ground and usually saying she's lower than a drone beetle in the process. This is pretty frequent at the start of the manga but decreases as she becomes more sure of herself.
17th Oct '16 10:16:44 AM Willbyr
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* {{Gonk}}: Any character that's portrayed negatively will be drawn as very ugly, and Asumi and Ryouji both get this treatment on occasion, especially when Asumi smacks Ryouji in the face or in the chapter when Asumi starts acting like a delinquent.


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* SharedFamilyQuirks: For whatever reason, Asumi's older sister has a fork sticking out of the top of her head. It's not as much of a hassle to her as the arrow is for Asumi, but it does hurt when a door shuts on it.
17th Oct '16 9:53:48 AM Willbyr
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''The Hating Girl'' is a manga about Asumi, a girl with an arrow stuck through her head, and Ryouji, the boy interested in her. At first Asumi tries to avoid Ryouji as he tries to find out what's going on with this strange girl, but eventually she relents and their friendship develops from there. It's full of goofy humor and silly storylines, yet the relationship aspect of it touches on real life at times, and ends up quite endearing.

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''The Hating Girl'' is a manga about Asumi, a girl with an arrow stuck through her head, and Ryouji, the boy interested in her. At first Asumi tries to avoid Ryouji as he tries to find out what's going on with this strange girl, but eventually she relents and their friendship develops from there. It's full of goofy humor and silly storylines, yet the relationship aspect of it touches on real life at times, and ends up quite endearing.



!!This series provides examples of:

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* AlienCatnip: Asumi avoids soft drinks because the arrow causes her to get drunk off them. Fortunately, belching undoes the effects. Unfortunately for Ryouji in the chapter where this first happens, the belch comes after he's reacted to her behavior changes from the soda, leading her to think he's been acting like a pervert with her and taking days of explaining from Ryouji to calm down from.



* BareYourMidriff: An occasional feature of the still art at the start of each chapter which Asumi in a themed outfit.

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* BareYourMidriff: An occasional A frequent but not pervasive feature of the one-off still art at the start of each chapter which features Asumi in a themed outfit. Less so in-story, where Asumi's clothes are generally pretty modest.
* BrokenBird: Asumi is dealing with a lot of emotional turmoil from the social and everyday consequences of her arrow, and tends to be reclusive and [[ApologizesALot overly-apologetic]]. She slowly starts to come out of her shell and become more well-adjusted as she spends time with Ryouji, but her problems occasionally bubble to the surface.
* BrownNote:
** Asumi accidentally runs the arrow's point along the windows of a school room, bringing everyone around her to their knees.
** Ryouji has a handful of things that cause him to panic, and bugs are one, specifically drone beetles. Thus, it's hard for him to hear Asumi yell out that she's lower than a drone beetle when she's apologizing.



* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Instead of "Chapter X", the manga has "Head X".



* OneDialogueTwoConversations: One of the running gags throughout the manga is Ryouji and Asumi misunderstanding each other and running with completely separate trains of thought on the same theme.

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* OneDialogueTwoConversations: One of the running gags throughout the manga manga's {{running gag}}s is Ryouji and Asumi misunderstanding each other and running with completely separate trains of thought on the same theme.



* SelfDeprecation: At the start of the manga, Asumi has a tendency to [[ApologizesALot loudly and vigorously]] apologize whenever she thinks she's offended someone, usually saying she's lower than a drone beetle in the process.

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* SelfDeprecation: At the start of the manga, Asumi has a tendency to [[ApologizesALot loudly and vigorously]] vigorously apologize whenever she thinks she's offended someone, prostrating herself on the ground and usually saying she's lower than a drone beetle in the process.process. This is pretty frequent at the start of the manga but decreases as she becomes more sure of herself.



* TalkingToPlants: One side effect of the arrow is that Asumi can hear trees talking. This leads to some heartbreak when she discovers a tree the other trees make fun of...and it turns out to have a horizontal bar growing through it, a harsh reminder of her own situation.

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* SmokingIsCool: Asumi starts to think this in one chapter after seeing some delinquents smoking, finding out that Ryouji has the occasional cigarette, and trying one herself. This leads her to start trying to act like a delinquent, but it gets out of hand when she's confronted by the real thing.
* TalkingToPlants: One side effect of the arrow is that Asumi can hear trees talking. This leads to some heartbreak when she discovers a tree the other trees make fun of...and it turns out to have a horizontal bar running through it as a result of growing through it, below some playground equipment. It's a harsh reminder for Asumi of her own situation.
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