History Trivia / InfiniteStratos

29th Apr '18 3:50:36 PM nombretomado
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** Invoking IThoughtItMeant, detractors call this "limit of successful works", meaning that if a work did not surpass IS's BD sale number(33,813), it cannot be considered successful.

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** Invoking IThoughtItMeant, JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant, detractors call this "limit of successful works", meaning that if a work did not surpass IS's BD sale number(33,813), it cannot be considered successful.
1st Mar '18 10:07:31 AM MasterHero
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* FranchiseKiller: The failure of the anime's second season killed off the series' reputation, ''especially'' in the West. The significant delays between the novels' releases were also major factor in the brand's declining popularity.

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* FranchiseKiller: The failure of the anime's second season killed off the series' reputation, ''especially'' in the West. The significant delays between the novels' releases were also major factor in the brand's declining popularity. Volume 11 and a new video game were released in 2017 just to keep the franchise alive.
9th Oct '17 5:14:37 PM nombretomado
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** Sugar Land-born BrittneyKarbowski provides the [[FakeBrit British-accented]] IS pilot [[TheOjou Cecilia Alcott]].

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** Sugar Land-born BrittneyKarbowski Creator/BrittneyKarbowski provides the [[FakeBrit British-accented]] IS pilot [[TheOjou Cecilia Alcott]].
10th Aug '17 4:11:26 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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* ScheduleSlip: Due to the author's health, the sixth novel was delayed until December 2010, which was a six month gap between Volumes 5 and 6. Before this, the volumes had never been more than three or four months apart.

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* ScheduleSlip: Due to the author's health, the health.
** The
sixth novel was delayed until December 2010, which was a six month gap between Volumes 5 and 6. Before this, the volumes had never been more than three or four months apart.
10th Aug '17 4:09:54 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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** Volume 11 was released on May 24, 2017, ''22'' months after the previous.
8th Aug '17 10:23:28 AM Gosicrystal
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* AccidentallyAccurate: Ichika in the novels always called the [[{{Moe}} cute]] {{Sleepyhead}} girl with the long sleeves "Nohohon-san", which roughly means "Ms. Whatever" since he didn't know her name. On her end, she thinks he's calling her a shortened version of her real name. When Ichika finally admits he doesn't actually know her name in Volume 5, she gets upset, though she gets over it fast. Her real name is Nohotoke Honne, which meant Ichika was getting it pretty close the whole time.
20th Jun '17 12:56:58 AM gjjones
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* FakeBrit: Sugar Land-born BrittneyKarbowski as [[TheOjou Cecilia Alcott]].
* FakeNationality:
** In the dub, Houston-born Tiffany Grant voices the German Laura Bodewig
** Also from the dub, Dallas native Shannon Emerick as the French Charlotte Dunois and the German Clarissa Harfouch.

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* FakeBrit: FakeNationality: In the English dub:
**
Sugar Land-born BrittneyKarbowski as provides the [[FakeBrit British-accented]] IS pilot [[TheOjou Cecilia Alcott]].
* FakeNationality:
** In the dub, Houston-born Houston native Tiffany Grant voices the Laura Bodewig, who appropriately enough, has a German Laura Bodewig
accent.
** Also from the dub, Dallas native Dallas-born actress Shannon Emerick as voices the French IS pilot Charlotte Dunois and the German lieutenant Clarissa Harfouch.
15th Jun '17 10:18:23 PM gjjones
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** Some fans often referred to the anime's second season as "Infinite Stratos 2: [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo Electric Boogaloo]]"

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** Some fans often referred to the anime's second season as "Infinite ''Infinite Stratos 2: [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo Electric Boogaloo]]"Boogaloo]]''.
15th Jun '17 10:17:42 PM gjjones
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* FranchiseKiller: The lackluster second season ruined the show's repuation, especially in the West. The significant delays between the novels' releases were also major factor in the brand's declining popularity.

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** Some fans often referred to the anime's second season as "Infinite Stratos 2: [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo Electric Boogaloo]]"
* FranchiseKiller: The lackluster failure of the anime's second season ruined killed off the show's repuation, especially series' reputation, ''especially'' in the West. The significant delays between the novels' releases were also major factor in the brand's declining popularity.
29th Nov '16 8:26:01 AM MasterHero
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* FranchiseKiller: The lackluster second season ruined the show's repuation, especially in the West. The significant delays between the novels' releases were also major factor in the brand's declining popularity.
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