History ShoutOut / AnimeAndManga

6th Jun '17 11:47:09 AM rafi
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6th Jun '17 11:42:41 AM rafi
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* The ''Manga/UruseiYatsura: Beautiful Dreamer'' film has a scene from the school festival in planning that's chock full of Shout Outs as a number of people cosplay as other series popular at the time, such as a guy dressed as [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader]] waiting in line at the school's infirmary.
** Episode 72 (adapted from manga chapter 78), in which Ataru and his classmates made an amateur film, featured several references, including to ''GoneWithTheWind'', ''[[SailorFukuToKikanjuu Sailor Suit and Machine Gun]]'' (with Shinobu acting out the iconic "Kaikan!" scene), ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', and (maybe) ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''
** Episode 122 (the episode that introduces Kitsune) features a CallBack to the previously-mentioned one: Kitsune is looking through the window of a movie theater where the "Kaikan!" scene from ''[[SailorFukuToKikanjuu Sailor Suit and Machine Gun]]'' is playing, and an ImagineSpot follows showing that it reminds him of Shinobu.
** Episode 118 featured another amateur film, this time directed by Megane, which featured a scene of Ataru running away from a bomber airplane while wearing a suit and tie -- likely an homage to the crop duster chase scene from ''Film/NorthByNorthwest'' (at least, [=AnimEigo=]'s episode notes identify it as such).
** Episode 121 starts with Princess Kurama's crows using a database of every male in the universe in an attempt to find her perfect mate. One of the candidates displayed for a split second is a [[Literature/KnownSpace Pierson's Puppeteer]].
** In one episode in which Mendou, Megane, Kakugari and Chibi try to keep Lum from sleeping with Ataru[[note]] [[IThoughtItMeant here, due to Lum's electric powers, it literally means sleeping chastely on the same futon]], but the morons don't know that, and spend the entire episode humiliating themselves to protect Lum's purity[[/note]], after Lum bluntly tells Megane that her body belongs to "Darling"[[note]]Ataru[[/note]], the four freak out and enter a lengthy BigLippedAlligatorMoment that is literally nothing but one long hilarious love letter to the then newly-released ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''
6th Jun '17 11:34:21 AM rafi
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* ShoutOut/UruseiYatsura
2nd Jun '17 2:28:24 PM VulgarBee
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* ShoutOut/OnePiece



* ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** In Chapter 526 we see some snails (which are used for a lot of things in ''One Piece'') that are able to function as security cameras with the lead one having weird looking eyes, which is look a lot like [[spoiler:the Rinnegan]] from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', which [[spoiler:grants multiple bodies a shared line of vision]].
** Also, [[http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Image:Emporio_Ivankof.jpg Emporio Ivankov]] looks a lot like [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Dr. Frank-N-Furter.]] WordOfGod admitted that Iva was partially based of Frank-N-Furter.
** In episode 411 of the anime, a brown-haired [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Yoko]] can be seen briefly glancing over at a nearby commotion.
** During the Thriller Bark arc, one of Hogback's underlings is a [[Manga/{{Eyeshield21}} devil-like bat with the number 21]]
** In Chapter 857, we see that one of Capone "Gang" Bege's past deeds was the decapitation of a horse. Considering he is a send-up of various Mafia tropes, this is undoubtedly a reference to one of the early scenes from''Film/TheGodfather''.
25th May '17 6:09:45 AM CosmicFerret
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*** The daring escape on Seta's plane above Molmol, above the two airships scratching each other, duplicate perfectly the scene from ''The Empire Strike Back'' where the ''Millennium Falcon'' escape Imperial Star Destroyers, two of them colliding sideways -- up to the angle of view and the enemy planes / TIE fighters pursuing.

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*** The daring escape on Seta's plane above Molmol, above the two airships scratching each other, duplicate perfectly the scene from ''The Empire Strike Back'' ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' where the ''Millennium Falcon'' escape Imperial Star Destroyers, two of them colliding sideways -- up to the angle of view and the enemy planes / TIE fighters pursuing.



** In addition, a single episode contained ''Series/TwentyFour'', ''TheEmpireStrikesBack'' and ''Film/TheGreatEscape'' shout outs.

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** In addition, a single episode contained ''Series/TwentyFour'', ''TheEmpireStrikesBack'' ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' and ''Film/TheGreatEscape'' shout outs.
7th May '17 7:49:25 PM Golondrina
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* YoshiyukiTomino, and/or more than one of the artists who've worked with him, appears to be a fan of the UndergroundComics artist VaughnBode, as trademarks like [[HorseOfADifferentColor lumpy riding beasts]], small but curvaceous fairy girls and psychedelic imagery feature prominently in several of his works.

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* YoshiyukiTomino, Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, and/or more than one of the artists who've worked with him, appears to be a fan of the UndergroundComics artist VaughnBode, as trademarks like [[HorseOfADifferentColor lumpy riding beasts]], small but curvaceous fairy girls and psychedelic imagery feature prominently in several of his works.
29th Apr '17 1:04:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''Manga/TheHatingGirl'' features one 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]].

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* ''Manga/TheHatingGirl'' features one to ''Franchise/TokimekiMemorial'', ''VisualNovel/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]].
25th Apr '17 4:09:31 PM fruitstripegum
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* ShoutOut/DearS
* ShoutOut/DeathNote



* ShoutOut/DeathNote
23rd Apr '17 5:32:26 PM nombretomado
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** One of Grey's spells is called "Freeze Lancer". It's identical in every way to a recurring arte from the ''TalesSeries''.

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** One of Grey's spells is called "Freeze Lancer". It's identical in every way to a recurring arte from the ''TalesSeries''.''VideoGame/TalesSeries''.
8th Apr '17 3:37:50 PM nombretomado
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** In one episode in which Mendou, Megane, Kakugari and Chibi try to keep Lum from sleeping with Ataru[[note]] [[IThoughtItMeant here, due to Lum's electric powers, it literally means sleeping chastely on the same futon]], but the morons don't know that, and spend the entire episode humiliating themselves to protect Lum's purity[[/note]], after Lum bluntly tells Megane that her body belongs to "Darling"[[note]]Ataru[[/note]], the four freak out and enter a lengthy BigLippedAlligatorMoment that is literally nothing but one long hilarious love letter to the then newly-released ''ReturnOfTheJedi''

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** In one episode in which Mendou, Megane, Kakugari and Chibi try to keep Lum from sleeping with Ataru[[note]] [[IThoughtItMeant here, due to Lum's electric powers, it literally means sleeping chastely on the same futon]], but the morons don't know that, and spend the entire episode humiliating themselves to protect Lum's purity[[/note]], after Lum bluntly tells Megane that her body belongs to "Darling"[[note]]Ataru[[/note]], the four freak out and enter a lengthy BigLippedAlligatorMoment that is literally nothing but one long hilarious love letter to the then newly-released ''ReturnOfTheJedi''''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''
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