History Manga / TheLuciferAndBiscuitHammer

21st Jul '16 5:12:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* {{Dangerously Genre Savvy}} - Pretty much everyone at some point. Special mention goes to Mikazuki, who wins a fight at one point by [[{{calling your attacks}} announcing his final technique, the "Bring the Popular Guy Down a Peg Punch"]]. He then does a completely normal ''kick'' instead, which is so unexpected that his opponent runs right into it and loses the fight.



* {{Genre Savvy}} - Several characters. A prime example is how Sami reacts when Hangetsu first shows up. He tries to do a dramatic entrance by jumping down from a high place. This is of course a very typical manga gag; a new character tries to look cool by doing an impressive jump, but screws up the landing and falls on his face instead. In this case, though, Hangetsu sticks the landing perfectly. Sami responds by saying that he wasted a chance to get a laugh.
** Hangetsu then goes back and does his entrance again, this time screwing up the landing ''on purpose''. Sami responds that it still isn't funny.
3rd Jul '16 1:18:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan - [[spoiler:Hangetsu]].
** [[spoiler:The Master also does it, and even manages to one-up the original Obi-Wan by writing a small book before he dies, sealing it in a box, and burying it where Yuuhi will dig it up, and then does this again for Yuki and Subaru.]]
20th May '16 8:02:22 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Hangetsu claims to fight Mikazuki "at 30%" because [[YuYuHakusho 100% would reduce him to ash]].

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** Hangetsu claims to fight Mikazuki "at 30%" because [[YuYuHakusho [[Manga/YuYuHakusho 100% would reduce him to ash]].
1st Apr '16 11:01:50 PM lalaTKG
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** Maybe he was influenced by ''LockeTheSuperman''?

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** Maybe he was influenced by ''LockeTheSuperman''?''Locke the Superman''?
1st Apr '16 11:00:22 PM lalaTKG
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* NamesTheSame - No. This [[MegaManStarForce Hoshikawa Subaru]] will not be using [[TransformationSequence Denpa-Henkan.]] And is also a girl



*** Gainax anime when?
** Magical Mary: Ultimagical Drill Break
*** And she's wearing [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann Kamina's glasses]] when she does it too.

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*** Gainax anime when?
** Magical Mary: [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Ultimagical Drill Break
Break]]
*** And she's wearing [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann Kamina's glasses]] CoolShades when she does it too.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: An anime adaptation by Gainax with music by The Pillows was in the works, but the record companies didn't want to license the band and the deal fell through, with funding going to ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' instead.
1st Apr '16 10:44:10 PM lalaTKG
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** Deconstructed in that, while Yuuhi has the ''skills'' that Hangetsu possessed, he lacks the RequiredSecondaryPowers of actual physical fitnessto make them worthwhile. He spends a lot of time training his body into the martial arts.

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** Deconstructed in that, while Yuuhi has the ''skills'' that Hangetsu possessed, he lacks the RequiredSecondaryPowers of actual physical fitnessto fitness to make them worthwhile. He spends a lot of time training his body into the martial arts.
17th Feb '16 8:13:45 AM Nerrin
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A thoroughly strange (in the best possible way) comedy/adventure/romance {{manga}}, ''The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer'' began in 2005 and enjoyed a successful five-year run. It's gained a devoted cult following outside of Japan, who are finally being treated to an official English version - Seven Seas Publishing has begun releasing it in two-in-one volume collections (as ''Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer''), starting with volumes 1 and 2 together in November 2014, with 3 and 4 due out in February 2015. The manga can also be read completely translated via Crunchyroll. The creator, Mizukami Satoshi, is also responsible for the series ''Manga/PsychoStaff'' and ''Manga/SengokuYouko'', among other miniseries and one-shots.

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A thoroughly strange (in the best possible way) comedy/adventure/romance {{manga}}, ''The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer'' began in 2005 and enjoyed a successful five-year run. It's gained a devoted cult following outside of Japan, who are have finally being been treated to an official English version - Seven Seas Publishing has begun releasing it released the series in two-in-one volume collections (as ''Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer''), starting with volumes 1 and 2 together in November 2014, with 3 up through 9 and 4 due out in February 2015.10 released a year later, completing the series. The manga can also be read completely translated via Crunchyroll. The creator, Mizukami Satoshi, is also responsible for the series ''Manga/PsychoStaff'' and ''Manga/SengokuYouko'', among other miniseries and one-shots.
16th Feb '16 1:47:17 PM Gatomon41
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Also known as ''Hoshi no Samidare'' (although it's [[AlternateCharacterReading written as "Wakusei no Samidare"]]) ("The May Rain of the Planet(s)").

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Also known as ''Hoshi no Samidare'' (although it's [[AlternateCharacterReading written as "Wakusei no Samidare"]]) ("The May Rain of the Planet(s)").
Planet(s)"). Not be to confused with ''Literature/LucifersHammer''.
13th Jan '16 11:37:32 PM oaclo
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Added DiffLines:

** To be fair, he implied that, [[spoiler:on the shuttle, he used his psychic powers without understanding them, pushing on the hull without understanding how little damage it took to pierce a space shuttle and kill the passengers]].
6th Nov '15 4:38:23 AM Brerose
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A thoroughly strange (in the best possible way) comedy/adventure/romance {{manga}}, ''The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer'' began in 2005 and enjoyed a successful five-year run. It's gained a devoted cult following outside of Japan, who are finally being treated to an official English version - Seven Seas Publishing has begun releasing it in two-in-one volume collections (as ''Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer''), starting with volumes 1 and 2 together in November 2014, with 3 and 4 due out in February 2015. The creator, Mizukami Satoshi, is also responsible for the series ''Manga/PsychoStaff'' and ''Manga/SengokuYouko'', among other miniseries and one-shots.

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A thoroughly strange (in the best possible way) comedy/adventure/romance {{manga}}, ''The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer'' began in 2005 and enjoyed a successful five-year run. It's gained a devoted cult following outside of Japan, who are finally being treated to an official English version - Seven Seas Publishing has begun releasing it in two-in-one volume collections (as ''Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer''), starting with volumes 1 and 2 together in November 2014, with 3 and 4 due out in February 2015. The manga can also be read completely translated via Crunchyroll. The creator, Mizukami Satoshi, is also responsible for the series ''Manga/PsychoStaff'' and ''Manga/SengokuYouko'', among other miniseries and one-shots.
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