History Trivia / OuranHighSchoolHostClub

20th Aug '15 12:58:57 PM Scabbard
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* CrossDressingVoices: It's very difficult to remind oneself that Honey is male when [[HeyItsThatVoice he sounds like]] [[Anime/PrincessTutu Duck(Ahiru)]] and [[VisualNovel/{{Clannad}} Nagisa Furukawa]] [[Creator/LuciChristian in English]]. This trope also applies [[Creator/AyakaSaitou in Japanese]].
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* CrossDressingVoices: It's very difficult to remind oneself that Honey is male when [[HeyItsThatVoice he sounds like]] [[Anime/PrincessTutu Duck(Ahiru)]] Duck (Ahiru)]] and [[VisualNovel/{{Clannad}} Nagisa Furukawa]] [[Creator/LuciChristian in English]]. This trope also applies [[Creator/AyakaSaitou in Japanese]].
18th Feb '15 5:40:36 AM scrooge20mcduck
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Apparently, Hatori was originally considering Haruhi and Mori to fall for each other! This idea might be referenced in chapter/episode 7 where Haruhi blushes when Mori first calls her by name, and they spend some alone time where she's willingly carried by him.
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Apparently, Hatori was originally considering Haruhi and Mori to fall for each other! This idea might be referenced in chapter/episode 7 where Haruhi blushes when Mori first calls her by name, and they spend some alone time where she's willingly carried around by him.
18th Feb '15 5:39:55 AM scrooge20mcduck
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Apparently, Hatori was originally considering Haruhi and Mori to fall for each other. This idea might be referenced in chapter/episode 7 where Haruhi blushes when Mori first calls her by name, and they spend some alone time where she's willingly carried by him.
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Apparently, Hatori was originally considering Haruhi and Mori to fall for each other. other! This idea might be referenced in chapter/episode 7 where Haruhi blushes when Mori first calls her by name, and they spend some alone time where she's willingly carried by him.
18th Feb '15 5:37:23 AM scrooge20mcduck
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally, Kyouya's character didn't exist. The reason Hatori created him was because she was told to add seven more pages to the first chapter. Hence, she figured she needed an extra Host Club member. ** Apparently, Hatori was originally considering Haruhi and Mori to fall for each other. This idea might be referenced in chapter/episode 7 where Haruhi blushes when Mori first calls her by name, and they spend some alone time where she's willingly carried by him. ** Re: Kyouya: where was this said? In my copy it's the other way around, that if she had 40 pages instead of 50 that she would have had to ''remove'' him.
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally, Kyouya's character didn't exist. The reason Hatori created him was because she was told to add seven more pages to the first chapter. Hence, she figured she needed an extra Host Club member. ** Apparently, Hatori was originally considering Haruhi and Mori to fall for each other. This idea might be referenced in chapter/episode 7 where Haruhi blushes when Mori first calls her by name, and they spend some alone time where she's willingly carried by him. ** Re: Kyouya: where The bonus chapter about how Haruhi's parents met was this said? In my copy it's the other way around, that if she had 40 pages instead of 50 that she would have originally going to be a full length chapter, but had to ''remove'' him.be shortened due to time limit.
5th Oct '14 11:08:18 PM scrooge20mcduck
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* SurpassedTheTeacher: Hatori Bisco herself is an example of this, given that she used to be tutored to an extent by Hino Matsuri, the author of ''Manga/VampireKnight'', who at the time was a more experienced mangaka (and ''Vampire Knight'' being more popular than Ouran to boot), whom Hatori greatly admired and looked up to. Eventually however, ''Vampire Knight'' suffered from SeasonalRot and a steep loss of popularity along with it, while Ouran continued to climb the ladder of most successful shoujos, making it as far as to the top 10 list in Japan and even surpassing shounens such as ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' (a rare accomplishment for a shoujo). In contrast, Hino Matsuri was told to end her story earlier than she wanted, her decrease in storytelling-quality and popularity not leaving ''Vampire Knight'' substainful enough for the [=LaLa=] magazine anymore (same one as Ouran was published in).
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* SurpassedTheTeacher: Hatori Bisco herself is an example of this, given that she used to be tutored to an extent by Hino Matsuri, the author of ''Manga/VampireKnight'', who at the time was a more experienced mangaka (and ''Vampire Knight'' being more popular than Ouran to boot), whom Hatori greatly admired and looked up to. Eventually however, ''Vampire Knight'' suffered from SeasonalRot and a steep loss of popularity along with it, while Ouran continued to climb the ladder of most successful shoujos, making it as far as to the top 10 list in Japan and even surpassing shounens such as ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' (a rare accomplishment for a shoujo). In contrast, Hino Matsuri was told to end her story earlier than she wanted, her decrease in storytelling-quality and popularity not leaving ''Vampire Knight'' substainful enough for the [=LaLa=] magazine anymore (same one as Ouran was published in). Ouch.
5th Oct '14 11:07:26 PM scrooge20mcduck
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* SurpassedTheTeacher: Hatori Bisco (the author) herself is an example of this, given that she used to be tutored to an extent by Hino Matsuri, the author of ''Manga/VampireKnight'', who at the time was a more experienced mangaka (and VK being more popular than Ouran to boot), whom Hatori greatly admired and looked up to. Eventually however, VK suffered from SeasonalRot and a steep loss of popularity along with it, while Ouran continued to climb the ladder of most successful shoujos, making it as far as to the top 10 list in Japan and even surpassing shounens such as ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' (a rare accomplishment for a shoujo). In contrast, Hino Matsuri was told to end her story earlier than she wanted, her decrease in storytelling-quality and popularity not leaving VK substainful enough for the [=LaLa=] magazine anymore (same one as Ouran was published in).
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* SurpassedTheTeacher: Hatori Bisco (the author) herself is an example of this, given that she used to be tutored to an extent by Hino Matsuri, the author of ''Manga/VampireKnight'', who at the time was a more experienced mangaka (and VK ''Vampire Knight'' being more popular than Ouran to boot), whom Hatori greatly admired and looked up to. Eventually however, VK ''Vampire Knight'' suffered from SeasonalRot and a steep loss of popularity along with it, while Ouran continued to climb the ladder of most successful shoujos, making it as far as to the top 10 list in Japan and even surpassing shounens such as ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' (a rare accomplishment for a shoujo). In contrast, Hino Matsuri was told to end her story earlier than she wanted, her decrease in storytelling-quality and popularity not leaving VK ''Vampire Knight'' substainful enough for the [=LaLa=] magazine anymore (same one as Ouran was published in).
5th Oct '14 11:06:06 PM scrooge20mcduck
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* SurpassedTheTeacher: Hatori Bisco (the author) herself is an example of this, given that she used to be tutored to an extent by Hino Matsuri, the author of ''Manga/VampireKnight'', who at the time was a more experienced mangaka (and VK being more popular than Ouran to boot), whom Hatori greatly admired and looked up to. Eventually however, VK suffered from SeasonalRot and a steep loss of popularity along with it, while Ouran continued to climb the ladder of most successful shoujos, making it as far as to the top 10 list in Japan and even surpassing shounens such as ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' (a rare accomplishment for a shoujo). In contrast, Hino Matsuri was told to end her story earlier than she wanted, her decrease in storytelling-quality and popularity not leaving VK substainful enough for the [=LaLa=] magazine anymore (same one as Ouran was published in).
17th Aug '14 9:21:55 AM BleuStar365
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** After voicing Hikaru, it wouldn't be the last time that [[Creator/ToddHaberkorn]] would voice an [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV older twin]].
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** After voicing Hikaru, it wouldn't be the last time that [[Creator/ToddHaberkorn]] ToddHaberkorn would voice an [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV older twin]].
17th Aug '14 9:21:16 AM BleuStar365
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** After voicing Hikaru, it wouldn't be the last time that [[Creator/ToddHaberkorn]] would voice an [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV older twin]].
8th Jul '14 12:45:39 PM Illemar
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**Re: Kyouya: where was this said? In my copy it's the other way around, that if she had 40 pages instead of 50 that she would have had to ''remove'' him.
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