History YMMV / BinboGamiGa

21st Jul '16 12:18:53 PM lalaTKG
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* MoralDissonance: While Ichiko's tragic backstory is supposed to explain and excuse some of her reprehensible behavior, it really doesn't excuse some of the particularly callous things she does. A prime example is when [[spoiler:she initially refuses to save Rindou from a collapsing building, despite being fully capable of doing so quite easily]] her reasoning? [[spoiler: She believed that if she saved her then Rindou would continue to try to befriend her, which she still had hang ups over from her childhood betrayal]]. Not wanting to let people get close is one thing, but she [[spoiler:was willing to let another person die, someone who had just saved her from almost getting raped no less, just because she didn't want to deal with the "inner turmoil" of someone being friendly to her. It's only after considerable coaxing from Momiji that she finally steps in to help, and it's never addressed how near sociopathic her initial behavior was. She's never confronted about her selfishness or blatant disregard for human life, and by the end of the episode we're supposed to forget all about this and be happy that she's grown more trusting of others. ]]

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* MoralDissonance: While Ichiko's tragic backstory is supposed to explain and excuse some of her reprehensible behavior, it really doesn't excuse some of the particularly callous things she does. A prime example is when [[spoiler:she initially refuses to save Rindou from a collapsing building, despite being fully capable of doing so quite easily]] her easily]]. Her reasoning? [[spoiler: She believed that if she saved her her, then Rindou would continue to try to befriend her, which she still had hang ups over from her childhood betrayal]]. Not wanting to let people get close is one thing, but she [[spoiler:was willing to let another person die, someone who had just saved her from almost getting raped no less, just because she didn't want to deal with the "inner turmoil" of someone being friendly to her. It's only after considerable coaxing from Momiji that she finally steps in to help, and it's never addressed how near sociopathic her initial behavior was. She's never confronted about her selfishness or blatant disregard for human life, and by the end of the episode we're supposed to forget all about this and be happy that she's grown more trusting of others. ]]
21st Jul '16 12:17:51 PM lalaTKG
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** Akane also counts in that her hate of Ichiko seems to stem only from [[GreenEyedMonster jealousy]] of Ichiko's popularity.[[spoiler: After Ranmaru saves her and her friends from a collapsing building]] Akane seems to actually regret going too far, [[spoiler: if only cause Ranmaru got hurt. She and her friends call an ambulance and lead them back.]] Later its heavily implied that not only is Akane in love with Ranmaru but that Ranmaru may have been a ClosetKey for [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/binbougami_ga/c051.2/8.html her]] causing her more than a bit of [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/binbougami_ga/c030/24.html angst]]. She still hates Ichiko, but for different reason now.

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** Akane also counts in that her hate of Ichiko seems to stem only from [[GreenEyedMonster jealousy]] of Ichiko's popularity.[[spoiler: After Ranmaru saves her and her friends from a collapsing building]] Akane seems to actually regret going too far, [[spoiler: if only cause Ranmaru got hurt. She and her friends call an ambulance and lead them back.]] Later its heavily implied that not only is Akane in love with Ranmaru but that Ranmaru may have been a ClosetKey for [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/binbougami_ga/c051.2/8.html her]] causing her more than a bit of [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/binbougami_ga/c030/24.html angst]]. She still hates Ichiko, but for a different reason now.
21st Jul '16 12:12:27 PM lalaTKG
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* FanPreferredCouple: The Pixiv fanartists are ''very much'' in favor of Ichiko and Momiji.

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* FanPreferredCouple: The Pixiv fanartists are ''very much'' in favor of [[LesYay Ichiko and Momiji.Momiji]].
* InformedWrongness: Ichiko is the one considered at fault by the story for not wanting anything to do with her parents after they ditched her for almost her entire life with some weak excuses from her dad's band about how they pressured him to keep touring with them. For fifteen years? And he didn't care enough to change his plans to be there for her despite it supposedly being his greatest dream? Small wonder she wants nothing to do with him.
8th Apr '16 10:07:08 PM Pdragon619
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*MoralDissonance: While Ichiko's tragic backstory is supposed to explain and excuse some of her reprehensible behavior, it really doesn't excuse some of the particularly callous things she does. A prime example is when [[spoiler:she initially refuses to save Rindou from a collapsing building, despite being fully capable of doing so quite easily]] her reasoning? [[spoiler: She believed that if she saved her then Rindou would continue to try to befriend her, which she still had hang ups over from her childhood betrayal]]. Not wanting to let people get close is one thing, but she [[spoiler:was willing to let another person die, someone who had just saved her from almost getting raped no less, just because she didn't want to deal with the "inner turmoil" of someone being friendly to her. It's only after considerable coaxing from Momiji that she finally steps in to help, and it's never addressed how near sociopathic her initial behavior was. She's never confronted about her selfishness or blatant disregard for human life, and by the end of the episode we're supposed to forget all about this and be happy that she's grown more trusting of others. ]]
23rd Dec '15 11:04:36 PM TheLaughingFist
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--> Ranmaru: "How dare you to make my precious Ichiko cry...!!!"
--> Nadeshiko: "Don't say things that'll be taken the wrong way! It's bad enough that we're being mistaken as a yuri manga by some readers."

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--> Ranmaru: -->'''Ranmaru:''' "How dare you to make my precious Ichiko cry...!!!"
--> Nadeshiko: -->'''Nadeshiko:''' "Don't say things that'll be taken the wrong way! It's bad enough that we're being mistaken as a yuri manga by some readers."
12th Nov '15 5:03:31 AM Berrenta
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* AntiShippingGoggles: More than a few fans will ship Keita with anybody, so long as it isn't Ichiko. Some have outright said as much.


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* ShippingGoggles: More than a few fans will ship Keita with anybody, so long as it isn't Ichiko. Some have outright said as much.
12th Oct '15 12:38:45 AM Adept
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12th Oct '15 12:38:44 AM Adept
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** would they ship him and Momiji?
* FanPreferredCouple[=/=]LGBTFanbase: The Pixiv fanartists are ''very much'' in favor of Ichiko and Momiji.

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** would they ship him and Momiji?
* FanPreferredCouple[=/=]LGBTFanbase: FanPreferredCouple: The Pixiv fanartists are ''very much'' in favor of Ichiko and Momiji.
12th Jul '15 7:23:26 AM BiggyC
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**would they ship him and Momiji?
29th Jun '15 9:27:00 PM PhysicalStamina
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* ValuesDissonance: Ichiko's parents essentially abandoned her from the ages of one through sixteen and constantly broke promises to her and failed to show up for anything in her life. Tired of their negligence, she gave up expecting anything from them. When her father shows up again and offers to have her move with him to America, somehow Ichiko is in the wrong for not wanting anything to with him at this point. It's a pretty standard setup in many manga: Terrible parents get a huge free pass on their behavior, presumably thanks to assumptions of filial piety among the audience.

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* ValuesDissonance: Ichiko's parents essentially abandoned her from the ages of one through sixteen and constantly broke promises to her and failed to show up for anything in her life. Tired of their negligence, she gave up expecting anything from them. When her father shows up again and offers to have her move with him to America, somehow Ichiko is in the wrong for not wanting anything to do with him at this point. It's a pretty standard setup in many manga: Terrible parents get a huge free pass on their behavior, presumably thanks to assumptions of filial piety among the audience.
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