History Series / GARO

3rd Dec '17 11:01:38 AM simonscot
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* {{Homage}} to various classics horror movies, mainly Creator/GeorgeARomero movies.
** In episode 16 Gonza read a book called [[Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968 The Living Dead]].
** In Episode 4, the MonsterOfTheWeek says:

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* {{Homage}} {{Homage}}: to various classics horror movies, mainly Creator/GeorgeARomero movies.
** In episode 16 16, Gonza read reads a book called [[Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968 The Living Dead]].
** In Episode episode 4, the MonsterOfTheWeek says:



** GottaCatchEmAll
** [[spoiler:Mayuri is essentially the can for the Horrors sealed with her power.]]
* SelfParody: The opening scene from episode 4 Movie
** CreatorCameo: Keita Amemiya appears himself as a Zombie in the Movie.
* NinjaPirateRobotZombie: CROW is an {{Ninja}} Makai Knight with Wings

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** GottaCatchEmAll
**
GottaCatchEmAll: [[spoiler:Mayuri is essentially the can for the Horrors sealed with her power.]]
* SelfParody: The opening scene from episode 4 Movie
4.
** CreatorCameo: Keita Amemiya appears himself as a Zombie in the Movie.
episode 4's [[ShowWithinAShow movie.]]
* NinjaPirateRobotZombie: CROW is an a {{Ninja}} Makai Knight with Wings
23rd Oct '17 9:22:01 AM fruitstripegum
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* SheFu: [[spoiler:The combined form of the watchdogs]] fights with a ''hula hoop''.



* SheFu: [[spoiler:The combined form of the watchdogs]] fights with a ''hula hoop''.



* InfantImmortality: ''Makai Senki'', episode 15 [[spoiler: ''strongly'' averts this, when all three of Kouga's training companions and at least one other boy are devoured on-screen by a Horror.]]



* InfantImmortality: ''Makai Senki'', episode 15 [[spoiler: ''strongly'' averts this, when all three of Kouga's training companions and at least one other boy are devoured on-screen by a Horror.]]



* LighterAndSofter: Soukoku no Maryu, which tones down the sex and gore considerably, and adopts a more fairytale-esque atmosphere, compared to the horror elements of the main series.



* LighterAndSofter: Soukoku no Maryu, which tones down the sex and gore considerably, and adopts a more fairytale-esque atmosphere, compared to the horror elements of the main series.



* SceneryPorn: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAF49EkJ5dc&feature=player_embedded The trailer]] for Soukoku no Maryu show us The Promised Land in all it's glory. It's clear Keita Amemiya has been taking cues from Tim Burton, especially from ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010''.
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: [[spoiler: ''Makai Senki'' #5, featured a Horror that was using stylized manhole covers as traps to devour its victims. The creator of the covers is in fact at the end killed by what appears to be his previous love interest's ghost that he killed or let die in the past. But upon examining the body, Zaruba and Kouga can tell it wasn't a Horror but don't know what it was. So they left.]]

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* SceneryPorn: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAF49EkJ5dc&feature=player_embedded The trailer]] for Soukoku no Maryu show us The Promised Land in all it's glory. It's clear Keita Amemiya has been taking cues from Tim Burton, especially from ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010''.
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: [[spoiler: ''Makai Senki'' #5, featured a Horror that was using stylized manhole covers as traps to devour its victims. The creator of the covers is in fact at the end killed by what appears to be his previous love interest's ghost that he killed or let die in the past. But upon examining the body, Zaruba and Kouga can tell it wasn't a Horror but don't know what it was. So they left.]] ]]



* SceneryPorn: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAF49EkJ5dc&feature=player_embedded The trailer]] for Soukoku no Maryu show us The Promised Land in all it's glory. It's clear Keita Amemiya has been taking cues from Tim Burton, especially from ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010''.



* {{Combat Clairvoyance}}: In Episode 18, Raiga and Bikuu engage in a silent duel with each other. Zaruba explains to Mayuri that the two did fight, even though they never made a single move, and Raiga was the victor as pointed out by Bikuu.

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* {{Combat Clairvoyance}}: CombatClairvoyance: In Episode 18, Raiga and Bikuu engage in a silent duel with each other. Zaruba explains to Mayuri that the two did fight, even though they never made a single move, and Raiga was the victor as pointed out by Bikuu.



* LighterAndSofter: Compared to previous series.



* LighterAndSofter: Compared to previous series.
7th Oct '17 10:57:20 AM fruitstripegum
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* BittersweetEnding: The ending to the first TV series. [[spoiler: Barago/Kiva has been defeated and Kaoru is cured. But the original Zaruba who has been with Kouga since he was a boy is destroyed. Kaoru also decides to go Italy to study art and Rei must go back to the his original post as the Makai Knight of the West, leaving Kouga all alone with Gonza again.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: The ending to the first TV series. [[spoiler: Barago/Kiva has been defeated and Kaoru is cured. But the original Zaruba who has been with Kouga since he was a boy is destroyed. Kaoru also decides to go Italy to study art and Rei must go back to the his original post as the Makai Knight of the West, leaving Kouga all alone with Gonza again.]]
6th Oct '17 7:15:37 PM klom99
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* ''GARO: The Crimson Moon'': The second anime series. Set in the Heian period of Japan, following a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.

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* ''GARO: ''[[Anime/GAROCrimsonMoon Garo: The Crimson Moon'': Moon]]'': The second anime series. Set in the Heian period of Japan, following a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.
5th Oct '17 3:42:17 PM Midonin
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* ''GARO: The Crimson Moon'', the second anime series, is set in the Heian period of japan, following a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.

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* ''GARO: The Crimson Moon'', the Moon'': The second anime series, is set series. Set in the Heian period of japan, Japan, following a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.
2nd Oct '17 7:04:30 PM klom99
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** ''GARO: Gold Storm Sho'': A film and a television series that serve as sequels to ''The One Who Shines in the Darkness''.

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** ''GARO: ''[[Series/GAROGoldStormSho GARO: Gold Storm Sho'': Sho]]'': A film and a television series that serve as sequels to ''The One Who Shines in the Darkness''.
11th Sep '17 12:44:13 PM Midonin
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* ''GARO: The Crimson Moon'', set in the Heian period of japan, follows a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.

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* ''GARO: The Crimson Moon'', the second anime series, is set in the Heian period of japan, follows following a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.
11th Sep '17 12:43:42 PM Midonin
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* ''Anime/GaroTheAnimation'': A two-cour [[AnimatedAdaptation anime adaptation]], written by Creator/YasukoKobayashi, set in an alternate universe based off of the dark ages. A movie sequel ''Garo: Divine Flame'' has also been announced. A second series, titled ''GARO: The Crimson Moon'', set in the Heian period of japan, follows a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.

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* ''Anime/GaroTheAnimation'': A two-cour [[AnimatedAdaptation anime adaptation]], written by Creator/YasukoKobayashi, set in an alternate universe based off of the dark ages. A ages.
**''Garo: Divine Flame'', a
movie sequel ''Garo: Divine Flame'' has also been announced. A second series, titled ''GARO: to the above.
*''GARO:
The Crimson Moon'', set in the Heian period of japan, follows a [[GenderFlip female Abe no Seimei]] as she trains the next Garo.


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* ''GARO: VANISHING LINE'': A 2017 anime series that follows a man named Sword and a young girl named Sophie as they try to solve the mystery of "El Dorado" in a future city.
22nd Aug '17 1:41:44 PM simonscot
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** [[spoiler: The movie Soukoku no maryuu averts this trope, by revealing Kouga did indeed return to Kaoru.]]

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** [[spoiler: The movie Soukoku no maryuu Maryuu averts this trope, by revealing Kouga did indeed return to Kaoru.]]


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* DisneyAcidSequence: Most of Soukoku no Maryuu qualifies as this.
17th Aug '17 12:05:07 PM simonscot
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* ''GARO: Makai Retsuden'': A 2016 TV series that focuses on the other characters within the GARO universe aside from the main character, GARO!

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* ''GARO: Makai Retsuden'': A 2016 TV series that focuses on the other characters within the GARO universe aside from the main character, GARO!GARO.
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