History NightmareFuel / KillLaKill

7th Jul '16 6:45:06 AM AceOfScarabs
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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to [[http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/1116842-space-patrol-luluco a planet mostly composed of life fibres]], which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms to be seen from orbit. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.

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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to [[http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/1116842-space-patrol-luluco a planet mostly composed of life fibres]], which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms to be seen from orbit. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.planet, and clearly demonstrates a planet upon which the Life Fibres have matured and ensnared most of the hosts.
24th Jun '16 5:58:16 AM AceOfScarabs
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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to a planet mostly composed of life fibres, which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms to be seen from orbit. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.

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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to [[http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/1116842-space-patrol-luluco a planet mostly composed of life fibres, fibres]], which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms to be seen from orbit. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.
11th Jun '16 8:20:01 AM AceOfScarabs
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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to a planet mostly composed of life fibres, which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms too be seen from orbit. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.

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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to a planet mostly composed of life fibres, which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms too to be seen from orbit. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.
6th Jun '16 11:25:09 PM AceOfScarabs
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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to a planet mostly composed of life fibres, which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.

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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to a planet mostly composed of life fibres, which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms.lifeforms too be seen from orbit. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.
27th May '16 5:35:25 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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** At the end of the episode our heroes let the planet explode. Sure, most of the Life Fibers were burned by Over Justice's JUSTICE flames... but what if the explosion spread the remaining fibers around ''Luluco'''s universe?
21st May '16 12:34:36 AM AceOfScarabs
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* Kill La Kill gets a chilling reference in ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'' - during Episode Seven, we get to bear witness to a planet mostly composed of life fibres, which appears to be a massive ball of alien yarn, with no visible landscape, infrastructure, or other lifeforms. It does not bode well for any other inhabitants on that planet.
30th Mar '16 12:05:38 AM Tehrannotaur
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*** Said NightmareFace is even worse in the US broadcast because she has teeth to go with it.

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*** Said NightmareFace is even worse in the US broadcast home video version because she has teeth to go with it.
27th Mar '16 12:10:10 AM nendroid
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*** Said NightmareFace is even worse in the US broadcast because she has teeth to go with it.
8th Nov '15 2:49:08 PM AsForMyHandle
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* Episode 23: Let's just say that [[JumpScare even when]] [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou the credits roll,]] [[spoiler: Nui isn't done with the viewer yet.]] " Welcome to the runway of death ! "

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* Episode 23: Let's just say that [[JumpScare even when]] [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou the credits roll,]] [[spoiler: Nui isn't done with the viewer yet.]] " Welcome ]]
-->[[spoiler:"Welcome
to the runway of death ! "'''death!'''"]]
11th Oct '15 3:40:05 PM QCzachQC
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* The setting in general is actually pretty chilling. Civilization as we know it has completely collapsed, and 90% of the world has been rendered a toxic, lifeless wasteland. The few pockets of society that remain are uniformly despotic hellholes run by fascists who dictate their people's survival solely by their worth to whatever demented cause the leaders have. Honnuji itself is a crime infested, poverty stricken hellhole where your status in society is literally dependent on the unpredictable whims of the city's school's Student Council, who all possess magic uniforms that grant them godlike power and authority. Those who cannot afford Star Uniforms are effectively slaves. The first five minutes an innocent man, who just wanted to improve his miserable life, hunted down like a dog, tortured, murdered, and having his broken, mangled corpse impaled on a banner for all to see.
** Technically. This only really applies to the Honnō and possibly the surrounding area. The world is actually perfectly fine, considering that Ryuko isn't familiar with ridiculous things (that aren't Life Fibers) she encounters when she reaches Honnō. Later on in [[spoiler: Episode 24, when the whole world is getting consumed by the Life Fibers,]] we see that the rest of the world is pretty much identical to ours, at least the cities.

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* The setting in general is actually pretty chilling. Civilization as we know it has completely collapsed, and 90% of the world has been rendered a toxic, lifeless wasteland. The few pockets of society that remain are uniformly despotic hellholes run by fascists who dictate their people's survival solely by their worth to whatever demented cause the leaders have. Honnuji itself is a crime infested, poverty stricken hellhole where your status in society is literally dependent on the unpredictable whims of the city's school's Student Council, who all possess magic uniforms that grant them godlike power and authority. Those who cannot afford Star Uniforms are effectively slaves. The first five minutes an innocent man, who just wanted to improve his miserable life, hunted down like a dog, tortured, murdered, and having his broken, mangled corpse impaled on a banner for all to see.
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** Technically. This possibly only really applies to the Honnō and possibly the surrounding area. The world is may actually be perfectly fine, considering that Ryuko isn't familiar with ridiculous things (that aren't Life Fibers) she encounters when she reaches Honnō. Later on in [[spoiler: Episode 24, when the whole world is getting consumed by the Life Fibers,]] we see that the rest of the world is looks pretty much identical to ours, at least the cities.
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