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14th Sep '17 7:25:55 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* In ''Anime/CorrectorYui'', the {{Transformation sequence}}s are ''full'' of FanService-like [[MaleGaze shots]] towards the girls's [[GainaxBounce boobs]], [[ShesGotLegs butts, legs]] and feet. And then the faces that they make when their brooches are placed on their chests are... very [[DoesthisRemindyouOfanything suggestive]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QjiYrGFRvY See them yourselves]].

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* In ''Anime/CorrectorYui'', the {{Transformation sequence}}s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9w57XAdTZ8 of the (teenaged) human Correctors]] are ''full'' of FanService-like [[MaleGaze shots]] towards the girls's [[GainaxBounce boobs]], [[ShesGotLegs butts, legs]] and feet. And then the faces that they make when their brooches are placed on their chests are... very [[DoesthisRemindyouOfanything suggestive]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QjiYrGFRvY See them yourselves]].
12th Sep '17 10:57:28 AM JamesAustin
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** As DarkerAndEdgier the ''original'' version of the ''Manga/YuGiOh'' manga is, even they have a line. In the original manga version of the Battle City arc, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Dark_Necrofear Dark Necrofear's]] was originally called "Dark Necrophilia". For obvious reasons, it was changed in the next issue.
** Another manga example: Early in the Duelist Kingdom arc when Mai and Dinosaur Ryuzaki duel over a room, Mai says if Ryuzaki wins, they'll do [[UnusualEuphemism the body shuffle.]] Ryuzaki, who was earlier mentioned to be 15, gets very excited at the possibility of getting laid.
** In the midst of all its [[{{Bowdlerise}} Bowdlerisation]], the ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' dub still had [[DubText its moments]]:
-->'''Alexis:''' Well, you haven't grown up too much.\\

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** Original ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'':
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As DarkerAndEdgier the ''original'' version of the ''Manga/YuGiOh'' manga is, even they have a line. In the original manga version of the Battle City arc, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Dark_Necrofear Dark Necrofear's]] was originally called "Dark Necrophilia". For obvious reasons, it was changed in the next issue.
** *** Another manga example: Early in the Duelist Kingdom arc when Mai and Dinosaur Ryuzaki duel over a room, Mai says if Ryuzaki wins, they'll do [[UnusualEuphemism the body shuffle.]] Ryuzaki, who was earlier mentioned to be 15, gets very excited at the possibility of getting laid.
*** Talking about 4Kids, in the English dub of DM, episode 132, for some seconds you can hear Kaiba and Yami moaning. In a very suggestive way...
*** Speaking of moaning, in episode 127, Kaiba practically climaxes when Marik summons his god card. It was apparently naughty enough to be missing completely in the dub version.
*** In episode 100, when Yami duels Gansley, there's a moment when Gansley bounces an attack by Celtic Guardian back at Yami. The way Yami's head snaps back, eyes go blank and he screams make it look like something else happened.
*** In an episode of the manga and in the Japanese version of the anime, Yugi and a brainwashed Jounouchi are dueling against each other in a death match. At the end, Yugi decides to fire the final blow against himself, so that the other could get saved. While explaining his intentions to Jounouchi, he tells him "Daisukida". As you might know, the verb "suki" means "to love", but it can also mean "like" and be used without having other implications. Whatever [[HoYay your personal translation of this line]] might be, it's worth to notice that the Viz Comics version of the manga literally translates it with "I love you". However, it should also be noted that the "dai" in "daisuki da" changes it to something along the lines of "really like", so "I love you" could be considered more accurate.
**** Speaking of which, 4kids didn't change how Yugi's Battle City duel with Joey (possessed by Marik) involved the loser being dragged down into the water. They could've said there was, say, a whirlpool portal to the Shadow Realm but nope, loser drowns.
*** It's clear that 4Kids has edited a few scenes where characters were drinking alcohol. However, in ''Pyramid of Light'', Croquet states very clearly that Pegasus is drinking red wine. How they missed that edit is unknown.
** ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'':
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In the midst of all its [[{{Bowdlerise}} Bowdlerisation]], {{Bowdleris|e}}ation, the ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' ''Yu-Gi-Oh! GX'' dub still had [[DubText its moments]]:
-->'''Alexis:''' ---->'''Alexis:''' Well, you haven't grown up too much.\\



** Or when [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Chazz]] pays [[SmallAnnoyingCreature the Ojamas]] a rare compliment:
--->'''Chazz:''' You're the aces of my deck!\\

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** *** Or when [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Chazz]] pays [[SmallAnnoyingCreature the Ojamas]] a rare compliment:
--->'''Chazz:''' ---->'''Chazz:''' You're the aces of my deck!\\



** Bastion's night with Taniya is ''way'' more ambiguous in the original. Nothing's more kid-friendly than the distant screams of a possibly-brainwashed teenaged CelibateHero being raped by an ActionGirl.
** Don't forget the time Jaden called Hassleberry "Dingleberry" during their first duel.
** To remove references of hermaphroditism, Yubel was changed to purely female in the dub, except: 1) "Her" left leg is still definitively male. 2) "Her" past life is very obviously voiced by a man. So in attempting to remove filthy unsightly material, they [[DubText turned Yubel into a Transexual]]. [[GagDub Wow]].
** Orlando's victory dance and song:
--->"Rah rah ree, kick 'em in the knee! Rah rah rut, kick 'em in the [[SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion other knee]]!"
*** It's been done before, and even ''that'' one would probably be acceptable if the rhyme wasn't subverted.
** Nothing from Duel Monsters Spirit Day, yet? Syrus suggested that Alexis dress up as Dark Magician Girl...but...she had a different idea. Then, it cuts to a close-up of boobs, then a butt...only to reveal that [[FanDisservice Dorothy is wearing the Dark Magician Girl costume!]]
--->'''Chumley:''' C'mon! You don't think Dorothy pulls that off?\\

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** *** Bastion's night with Taniya is ''way'' more ambiguous in the original. Nothing's more kid-friendly than the distant screams of a possibly-brainwashed teenaged CelibateHero being raped by an ActionGirl.
** *** Don't forget the time Jaden called Hassleberry "Dingleberry" during their first duel.
** *** To remove references of hermaphroditism, Yubel was changed to purely female in the dub, except: 1) "Her" left leg is still definitively male. 2) "Her" past life is very obviously voiced by a man. So in attempting to remove filthy unsightly material, they [[DubText turned Yubel into a Transexual]]. [[GagDub Wow]].
** *** Orlando's victory dance and song:
--->"Rah ---->"Rah rah ree, kick 'em in the knee! Rah rah rut, kick 'em in the [[SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion other knee]]!"
*** It's been done before, and even ''that'' one would probably be acceptable if the rhyme wasn't subverted.
**
Nothing from Duel Monsters Spirit Day, yet? Syrus suggested that Alexis dress up as Dark Magician Girl...but...she had a different idea. Then, it cuts to a close-up of boobs, then a butt...only to reveal that [[FanDisservice Dorothy is wearing the Dark Magician Girl costume!]]
--->'''Chumley:''' ---->'''Chumley:''' C'mon! You don't think Dorothy pulls that off?\\



** When Jaden first met the Neo-spacians, he remarks: "A dolphin with legs? Wait, is that where fish-sticks come from?"
* Talking about 4Kids, in the English dub of DM, episode 132, for some seconds you can hear Kaiba and Yami moaning. In a very suggestive way...
** Speaking of moaning, in episode 127, Kaiba practically climaxes when Marik summons his god card. It was apparently naughty enough to be missing completely in the dub version.
** In episode 100, when Yami duels Gansley, there's a moment when Gansley bounces an attack by Celtic Guardian back at Yami. The way Yami's head snaps back, eyes go blank and he screams make it look like something else happened.
** In an episode of the manga and in the Japanese version of the anime, Yugi and a brainwashed Jounouchi are dueling against each other in a death match. At the end, Yugi decides to fire the final blow against himself, so that the other could get saved. While explaining his intentions to Jounouchi, he tells him "Daisukida". As you might know, the verb "suki" means "to love", but it can also mean "like" and be used without having other implications. Whatever [[HoYay your personal translation of this line]] might be, it's worth to notice that the Viz Comics version of the manga literally translates it with "I love you".
*** Speaking of which, 4kids didn't change how Yugi's Battle City duel with Joey (possessed by Marik) involved the loser being dragged down into the water. They could've said there was a whirlpool portal to the Shadow Realm but nope, loser drowns.
*** However, it should also be noted that the "dai" in "daisuki da" changes it to something along the lines of "really like", so "I love you" could be considered more accurate.
** It's clear that 4Kids has edited a few scenes where characters were drinking alcohol. However, in ''Pyramid of Light'', Croquet states very clearly that Pegasus is drinking red wine. How they missed that edit is unknown.
* [[http://i45.tinypic.com/2u793lx.png This]] blink-and-you-miss-it shot from episode 94 of Yu Gi Oh! 5D's. Just wow, Japan.
** [[http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4077/4778702525_d6581ea144_z.jpg The Classy Ass]].
** Barbara, from the Crashtown Arc, is dripping with this. She's dressed provocatively, drapes herself over the gang leaders who run the town, is implied to trade sexual favors for a high position in the gang, and tells a captive [[MrFanservice Yusei]], in a ''very'' seductive way, that she'll save him from life working in the mines...if he becomes her [[SexSlave personal slave.]] Not something you'd expect from a show about card games...
* ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' seems to invoke this on a series-wide level: no death or murder is ever mentioned, but the concept of sealing people into cards shows up repeatedly as a metaphor for death, right down to those who witness it being traumatized. Considering that the dub[[note]]though less so with the original Japanese[[/note]] has a tendency to do this with every reference to death in the previous series, this alone doesn't seem very big... Except when the writers start talking about [[spoiler: an inter dimensional war]] where [[ANaziByAnyOtherName one side is trying to eradicate another for a "higher goal," including children and civilians.]] In other words: this series somehow sneaks '''''genocide''''' past the radar [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids on a KIDS show, not just for a single episode, but as a major element of the plot that's fully]] PlayedForDrama!
** The second season introduces Sergey, a CombatSadomasochist whose strategy involves torturing himself with [[NaughtyTentacles vines]], and canonically derives pleasure from receiving and inflicting pain. His monsters are also trapped in torture devices, with one of them being a woman BoundAndGagged on a breaking wheel. Interestingly, nearly all of this gets into the dub uncensored, though the dub makes Sergey more of a LargeHam to downplay the more serious and scary aspects of his character.

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** *** When Jaden first met the Neo-spacians, he remarks: "A dolphin with legs? Wait, is that where fish-sticks come from?"
* Talking about 4Kids, in the English dub of DM, episode 132, for some seconds you can hear Kaiba and Yami moaning. In a very suggestive way...
** Speaking of moaning, in episode 127, Kaiba practically climaxes when Marik summons his god card. It was apparently naughty enough to be missing completely in the dub version.
** In episode 100, when Yami duels Gansley, there's a moment when Gansley bounces an attack by Celtic Guardian back at Yami. The way Yami's head snaps back, eyes go blank and he screams make it look like something else happened.
** In an episode of the manga and in the Japanese version of the anime, Yugi and a brainwashed Jounouchi are dueling against each other in a death match. At the end, Yugi decides to fire the final blow against himself, so that the other could get saved. While explaining his intentions to Jounouchi, he tells him "Daisukida". As you might know, the verb "suki" means "to love", but it can also mean "like" and be used without having other implications. Whatever [[HoYay your personal translation of this line]] might be, it's worth to notice that the Viz Comics version of the manga literally translates it with "I love you".
''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'':
*** Speaking of which, 4kids didn't change how Yugi's Battle City duel with Joey (possessed by Marik) involved the loser being dragged down into the water. They could've said there was a whirlpool portal to the Shadow Realm but nope, loser drowns.
*** However, it should also be noted that the "dai" in "daisuki da" changes it to something along the lines of "really like", so "I love you" could be considered more accurate.
** It's clear that 4Kids has edited a few scenes where characters were drinking alcohol. However, in ''Pyramid of Light'', Croquet states very clearly that Pegasus is drinking red wine. How they missed that edit is unknown.
*
[[http://i45.tinypic.com/2u793lx.png This]] blink-and-you-miss-it shot from episode 94 of Yu Gi Oh! 5D's.94. Just wow, Japan.
** *** [[http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4077/4778702525_d6581ea144_z.jpg The Classy Ass]].
** *** Barbara, from the Crashtown Arc, is dripping with this. She's dressed provocatively, drapes herself over the gang leaders who run the town, is implied to trade sexual favors for a high position in the gang, and tells a captive [[MrFanservice Yusei]], in a ''very'' seductive way, that she'll save him from life working in the mines...if he becomes her [[SexSlave personal slave.]] Not something you'd expect from a show about card games...
* ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' ** ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'':
*** ''ARC-V''
seems to invoke this on a series-wide level: no death or murder is ever mentioned, but the concept of sealing people into cards shows up repeatedly as a metaphor for death, right down to those who witness it being traumatized. Considering that the dub[[note]]though less so with the original Japanese[[/note]] has a tendency to do this with every reference to death in the previous series, this alone doesn't seem very big... Except when the writers start talking about [[spoiler: an inter dimensional war]] where [[ANaziByAnyOtherName one side is trying to eradicate another for a "higher goal," including children and civilians.]] In other words: this series somehow sneaks '''''genocide''''' past the radar [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids on a KIDS show, not just for a single episode, but as a major element of the plot that's fully]] PlayedForDrama!
** *** The second season introduces Sergey, a CombatSadomasochist whose strategy involves torturing himself with [[NaughtyTentacles vines]], and canonically derives pleasure from receiving and inflicting pain. His monsters are also trapped in torture devices, with one of them being a woman BoundAndGagged on a breaking wheel. Interestingly, nearly all of this gets into the dub uncensored, though the dub makes Sergey more of a LargeHam to downplay the more serious and scary aspects of his character.
28th Aug '17 5:18:17 PM GrammarNavi
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* YoshihiroTogashi has a habit of sneaking in subtle and unsubtle references to fetishism and other deviant behaviors in his works, as well as extremely symbolic imagery; but [[http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/3583/yuyuhakushovol11ch05pagjd5.png this page]] from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' takes the cake (might be NOT worksafe despite getting published.) The editors must have all been drunk that day.

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* YoshihiroTogashi Creator/YoshihiroTogashi has a habit of sneaking in subtle and unsubtle references to fetishism and other deviant behaviors in his works, as well as extremely symbolic imagery; but [[http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/3583/yuyuhakushovol11ch05pagjd5.png this page]] from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' takes the cake (might be NOT worksafe despite getting published.) The editors must have all been drunk that day.
6th Aug '17 5:01:28 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Manga/{{Needless}}''' ending. '''''DEAR GOD!''''' Heck, most of the whole show counts. On top of the main character having a [[{{Lolicon}} Lolita Complex]] that heavily borders on Paedophilia (though he is able to restrain himself sometimes so it doesn't outright become that,) there is so much ClothingDamage that its surprising there AREN'T any nipples shown. The entire show is just a few little notches away from being a complete hentai. Episode one, when juice is spilled, the main female lead turns to the camera, with the white juice drink all over her and says, in a moe fashion "...I've been tainted.."

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* ''Manga/{{Needless}}''' ending. '''''DEAR GOD!''''' Heck, most of the whole show counts. On top of the main character having a [[{{Lolicon}} [[ComedicLolicon Lolita Complex]] that heavily borders on Paedophilia (though he is able to restrain himself sometimes so it doesn't outright become that,) there is so much ClothingDamage that its surprising there AREN'T any nipples shown. The entire show is just a few little notches away from being a complete hentai. Episode one, when juice is spilled, the main female lead turns to the camera, with the white juice drink all over her and says, in a moe fashion "...I've been tainted.."



* The [[ThoseTwoBadGuys three Zentraedi spies]] in ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' are named Warera, Loli and Canda. Put their names together and they're spelled "warera Lolicon da" aka "we are [[{{Lolicon}} pedophiles]]" in Japanese. Holy... Keep in mind, this is (marginally) more acceptable to admit in Japan. Just look at the character design for ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}''.

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* The [[ThoseTwoBadGuys three Zentraedi spies]] in ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' are named Warera, Loli and Canda. Put their names together and they're spelled "warera Lolicon {{Lolicon|AndShotacon}} da" aka "we are [[{{Lolicon}} [[PaedoHunt pedophiles]]" in Japanese. Holy... Keep in mind, this is (marginally) more acceptable to admit in Japan. Just look at the character design for ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}''.
5th Aug '17 1:32:07 PM SeptimusHeap
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-->'''Momo:''' [[{{Lolicon}} He must be following]] ''her''!

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-->'''Momo:''' [[{{Lolicon}} He must be following]] following ''her''!
3rd Aug '17 1:02:57 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** In "Snow-White and Rose-Red", Snow-White and the Talking Bear's [[LuminescentBlush reactions]] to their AccidentalKiss imply that [[InterspeciesRomance they may have developed mutual feelings]] ''before'' she learned [[BalefulPolymorph that he was a human under a curse.]]
12th Jul '17 10:03:57 AM ACW
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10th Jun '17 1:10:07 PM Piterpicher
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** When Nnoitra restrains Orihime to [[ForcedToWatch force her to watch Tesla beating the shit out of Ichigo]], he sticks his fingers deep into her mouth to keep her quiet. Though it's not well-known in the West, sticking one's fingers up and into somebody else's mouth is a pretty common kink in Japanese porn (and often seen in hentai). Any doubts about Nnoitra being a MemeticMolester were left behind at that point. This is the culmination of previous scenes where he'd referred to her as "pet-sama" (lady-pet) or "my pet" and implied to Ulquiorra that he should be taking advantage of his postion to take "advantage" (i.e., rape) her. Even Ulquiorra is disgusted. In the anime, StudioPierrot did catch Nnoitra's throating of Orihime and changed it to him covering her mouth with his hand instead.

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** When Nnoitra restrains Orihime to [[ForcedToWatch force her to watch Tesla beating the shit out of Ichigo]], he sticks his fingers deep into her mouth to keep her quiet. Though it's not well-known in the West, sticking one's fingers up and into somebody else's mouth is a pretty common kink in Japanese porn (and often seen in hentai). Any doubts about Nnoitra being a MemeticMolester were left behind at that point. This is the culmination of previous scenes where he'd referred to her as "pet-sama" (lady-pet) or "my pet" and implied to Ulquiorra that he should be taking advantage of his postion to take "advantage" (i.e., rape) her. Even Ulquiorra is disgusted. In the anime, StudioPierrot Creator/StudioPierrot did catch Nnoitra's throating of Orihime and changed it to him covering her mouth with his hand instead.
27th May '17 8:11:26 PM GordyTepig
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** The second season introduces Sergey, a CombatSadomasochist whose strategy involves torturing himself with [[NaughtyTentacles vines]], and canonically derives pleasure from receiving and inflicting pain. His monsters are also trapped in torture devices, with one of them being a woman BoundAndGagged on a breaking wheel. Interestingly, nearly all of this gets into the dub uncensored, though the dub makes Sergey more of a LargeHam to downplay the more serious and scary aspects of his character.



'''Rome''': Oh, come one now. Don't be so sensitive! No one here's a judging! There's nothing wrong with playing for another team. And everone likes to experiment a little, except me, of course.

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'''Rome''': Oh, come one now. Don't be so sensitive! No one here's a judging! There's nothing wrong with playing for another team. And everone everyone likes to experiment a little, except me, of course.
28th Apr '17 10:32:02 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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** A much more lighthearted example from ''Dragonball, during Vegeta's description of how he obtained Super Saiyan. He notes that he travels to space, to avoid "the distractions of the Earth". Innocent, until you realise that Trunks was born within the three year time period before the androids, and Bulma was helping take care of Vegeta until he left for space. In short, Bulma probably rivals Chichi for Strongest Woman in the Universe.

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** A much more lighthearted example from ''Dragonball, ''Dragonball'', during Vegeta's description of how he obtained Super Saiyan. He notes that he travels to space, to avoid "the distractions of the Earth". Innocent, until you realise that Trunks was born within the three year time period before the androids, and Bulma was helping take care of Vegeta until he left for space. In short, Bulma probably rivals Chichi for Strongest Woman in the Universe.



* ''Manga/xxxHOLiC'''s episode 6 has Yuuko showing Watanuki the warp-tunnel of her and naming it as the Japanese language equivalent to "F*cking Tunnel," with a [[BleepDammit bleep]] in midst of the word.

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* ''Manga/xxxHOLiC'''s ''Manga/{{xxxHOLiC}}'''s episode 6 has Yuuko showing Watanuki the warp-tunnel of her and naming it as the Japanese language equivalent to "F*cking Tunnel," with a [[BleepDammit bleep]] in midst of the word.
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