History Trivia / SamuraiChamploo

9th Apr '16 10:45:17 PM Anicomicgeek
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Creator/SteveBlum, who was known for his role as [[Anime/CowboyBebop Spike Spiegel]], voices Mugen. Meanwhile, his Japanese voice actor is Creator/KazuyaNakai, known best for his role as [[Manga/OnePiece Roronoa Zoro]]. Jin in the dub? [[{{Gungrave}} Brandon Heat]]!
** In episode 2, [[Anime/CowboyBebop Spike]] threatens to slice up [[Creator/WendeeLee Faye!]]
** This isn't the first time Creator/KirkThornton has voiced a [[Anime/RurouniKenshin swordsman in blue]] and being the Blue Oni.
*** And Creator/KariWahlgren plays Fuu.
** In the dub, [[Anime/{{Gungrave}} Jin was once an undead gunslinging bodyguard to Fuu.]]
** The ukiyo-e painter from Episode 5 shares an English voice actor with [[CodeGeass Mao]].
** Manzo the Saw shares his voice with [[VideoGame/WarcraftIII Uther the Lightbringer and Kel'Thuzad.]]
** Okuru is [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], in the Japanese version at least.
** Ukon, the psycho Chinese (maybe?) martial artist is also the equally psycho [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Aizen Sousuke]] in Japanese.
** Whilst we're on the Japanese version [[Anime/CowboyBebop Jet Black]] played Manzo the Saw, who himself could be said to be a [[LargeHam caricature]] of Jet Black.
** And Creator/KoichiYamadera (Spike) played Nagamitsu, the boisterous would-be samurai who wanted to fight Jin but only knew he wore glasses.
** Beau Billingslea, the American voice for Jet Black, kicks off the series as the primary villain Matsunosuke Shibui. He is promptly slaughtered by a merciless Jin.
** [[Manga/TriGun Vash,]] why are you holding [[DamselInDistress Fuu]] at knifepoint? Stop it, it's not like you.[[note]]For the record, this is episode 7.[[/note]]
** Fuu is [[Anime/{{FLCL}} Haruko]]??
** [[JohnnyYongBosch Koizumi]], you too? There really are no decent men.
** Which is even funnier, considering who [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Tsuruya]] voices...
26th Jan '16 8:28:25 PM GrammarNavi
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** [[{{Trigun}} Vash,]] why are you holding [[DamselInDistress Fuu]] at knifepoint? Stop it, it's not like you.[[note]]For the record, this is episode 7.[[/note]]

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** [[{{Trigun}} [[Manga/TriGun Vash,]] why are you holding [[DamselInDistress Fuu]] at knifepoint? Stop it, it's not like you.[[note]]For the record, this is episode 7.[[/note]]
20th Jan '16 3:49:52 AM sunwufan47
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** In the dub, [[Anime/{{Gungrave}} Jin was once an undead gunslinging bodyguard to Fuu.]]
21st Nov '15 12:07:28 PM nombretomado
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** This isn't the first time Creator/KirkThornton has voiced a [[RurouniKenshin swordsman in blue]] and being the Blue Oni.

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** This isn't the first time Creator/KirkThornton has voiced a [[RurouniKenshin [[Anime/RurouniKenshin swordsman in blue]] and being the Blue Oni.
1st Jul '15 9:04:07 AM jcomer
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** [[spoiler: Kasumi Seizou, the Samurai who smells of sunflowers]] was part of the Shimabara Rebellion, which did happen and did involve the uprising of Catholic Christian Japanese. After the rebellion, Christianity was officially banned for decades. The government raids and the use of fumi-e to force [[http://http://www.amazon.com/Kakure-Kirishitan-Japan-Development-Beliefs-ebook/dp/B00F2H3FJE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435283198&sr=8-1&keywords=Kakure+Kirishitan secret Christians]] to reveal themselves are accurate to the time period.

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** [[spoiler: Kasumi Seizou, the Samurai who smells of sunflowers]] was part of the Shimabara Rebellion, which did happen and did involve the uprising of Catholic Christian Japanese. After the rebellion, Christianity was officially banned for decades.until 1871. The government raids and the use of fumi-e to force [[http://http://www.amazon.com/Kakure-Kirishitan-Japan-Development-Beliefs-ebook/dp/B00F2H3FJE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435283198&sr=8-1&keywords=Kakure+Kirishitan secret Christians]] to reveal themselves are accurate to the time period.
25th Jun '15 6:52:05 PM jcomer
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** [[spoiler: Kasumi Seizou, the Samurai who smells of sunflowers]] was part of the Shimabara Rebellion, which did happen and did involve the uprising of Catholic Christian Japanese. After the rebellion, Christianity was officially banned for decades. The government raids and the use of fumi-e to force secret Christians to reveal themselves are accurate to the time period.

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** [[spoiler: Kasumi Seizou, the Samurai who smells of sunflowers]] was part of the Shimabara Rebellion, which did happen and did involve the uprising of Catholic Christian Japanese. After the rebellion, Christianity was officially banned for decades. The government raids and the use of fumi-e to force [[http://http://www.amazon.com/Kakure-Kirishitan-Japan-Development-Beliefs-ebook/dp/B00F2H3FJE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435283198&sr=8-1&keywords=Kakure+Kirishitan secret Christians Christians]] to reveal themselves are accurate to the time period.
17th May '15 5:26:21 PM nombretomado
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** Which is even funnier, considering who [[Literature/HaruhiSuzumiya Tsuruya]] voices...

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** Which is even funnier, considering who [[Literature/HaruhiSuzumiya [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Tsuruya]] voices...
18th Apr '15 8:35:11 PM nombretomado
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*** It should also be noted that Miyamoto is often quoted in CowboyBebop, a show many consider to be the ancestor of Champloo.

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*** It should also be noted that Miyamoto is often quoted in CowboyBebop, ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', a show many consider to be the ancestor of Champloo.
10th Feb '15 9:11:32 AM Hisaishi
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*** As an addendum, it should be noted that there was a famous artist named [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiroshige Andō Hiroshige]] who lived during the time period of the series. Hiroshige is considered the last master of the ukiyo-e tradition and, unlike his peers, painted mainly popular subjects like urban lifestyles and famous actors.

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*** As an addendum, it should be noted that there was a famous artist named [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiroshige Andō Ando Hiroshige]] who lived during the time period of the series. Hiroshige is considered the last master of the ukiyo-e tradition and, unlike his peers, painted mainly popular subjects like urban lifestyles and famous actors.
10th Feb '15 9:07:36 AM Hisaishi
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*** As an additional, it should be noted that there was a famous artist named [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiroshige Andō Hiroshige]] who lived during the time period of the series. Hiroshige is considered the last master of the ukiyo-e tradition and, unlike his peers, painted mainly popular subjects like urban lifestyles and famous actors.

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*** As an additional, addendum, it should be noted that there was a famous artist named [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiroshige Andō Hiroshige]] who lived during the time period of the series. Hiroshige is considered the last master of the ukiyo-e tradition and, unlike his peers, painted mainly popular subjects like urban lifestyles and famous actors.
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