History YMMV / RainbowNishaRokubouNoShichinin

8th Mar '15 2:13:43 PM ACW
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** First is the prison doctor Sasaki. Sasaki hides behind the veneer of a kindly old man but [[BitchInSheepsClothing in reality, he is a cruel sadist who regularly rapes attractive male prisoners.]] Sasaki coerces them by holding privileges and favors over their heads. One prisoner is eventually DrivenToSuicide thanks to Sasaki's molestations. Sasaki schemes with the warden Ishihara to murder anyone who knows the truth and after leaving behind the prison, continues molesting young boys when conducting a political campaign.
** Sasaki's partner in crime at the prison, Warden Ishihara. Ishihara is a corrupt prison warden who delights in exercising sadistic authority over the prisoners by regularly conducting beatings or giving out [[DisproportionateRetribution punishments that are massively out of proportion to minor offenses]]. Ishihara gives prisoners to Sasaki to rape and proposes murdering those who discover the truth to cover his tracks. When the series' initial hero, Sakuragi, finally defeats Ishihara, he gives the warden the evidence of Sasaki's crimes to make Ishihara leave his friends alone. Ishihara's response is to stab him.

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** First is [[DepravedHomosexual Dr. Gisuke Sasaki]], the prison doctor Sasaki. Sasaki at the juvenile reform prison, [[BitchInSheepsClothing hides behind the veneer of a kindly old man man]] but [[BitchInSheepsClothing in reality, he reality is a cruel sadist {{sadist}} who [[SerialRapist regularly rapes attractive male prisoners.]] Sasaki coerces prisoners]], coerceing them by holding privileges and favors over their heads. One prisoner is eventually DrivenToSuicide thanks to Sasaki's molestations. Sasaki schemes with the warden Ishihara to murder anyone who knows the truth and after leaving behind the prison, continues [[WouldHurtAChild molesting young boys boys]] when conducting a political campaign.
** Sasaki's partner in crime at the prison, [[WardensAreEvil Warden Ishihara. Ishihara is a corrupt prison warden who Ishihara]] delights in exercising sadistic {{sadist}}ic authority over the prisoners by regularly conducting beatings or giving out [[DisproportionateRetribution punishments that are massively out of proportion to minor offenses]].offenses]]. He deliberately throws away a key during a fire to try to kill Sakuragi and later [[spoiler:kills the honest guard Kumagai]]. Ishihara gives prisoners to Sasaki to rape and proposes murdering those who discover the truth to cover his tracks. When the series' initial hero, Sakuragi, finally defeats Ishihara, he gives the warden the evidence of Sasaki's crimes to make Ishihara leave his friends alone. Ishihara's response is to stab him.[[spoiler:stab him]].
19th Sep '14 10:02:25 PM aftershocked
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* FridgeLogic: How did Yokoyama know Mario wanted to be a boxer and thus [[spoiler:smash his hand]]? Mario had barely even begun to consider boxing as a future career/dream, it wouldn't exactly be common knowledge.
19th May '14 12:57:57 AM Discontent
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11th May '14 6:54:13 PM Willbyr
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* MoralEventHorizon: Sasaki's [[spoiler:raping of inmates]] has pretty much put him across the line.

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* MoralEventHorizon: MoralEventHorizon:
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Sasaki's [[spoiler:raping of inmates]] has pretty much put him across the line.



** IronWoobie: And yet, they take it all in stride.

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** IronWoobie: And yet, they take it all in stride.stride.

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16th Feb '14 9:44:46 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* NeedsMoreLove
19th Jan '14 9:56:44 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Despite being a show about six prisoners and how tough their lives are, there's at least one of these almost every episode.
19th Jan '14 9:55:54 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** Many, but [[spoiler: Anchan's takedown of the other inmates in episode six qualifies.]]
** Also, the way he [[spoiler: floored Ishihara with one punch definitely counts as well.]]
** Rainbow is basically one long string of crowning moments of awesome, when it's not being a crowning moment of heartwarming or an epic tearjerker, but [[spoiler:Mario and Soldier driving a jeep through a concrete wall in volume 18 of the manga, just in time to save the others from being shot]] stands out.
16th Nov '13 3:26:06 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Ishihara, who beats up prisoners whenever he's frustrated or bored, Sasaki, the doctor who rapes prisoners with regularity, and Joe's orphanage director, who would [[spoiler: force him to have sex with her on a regular basis]]. You'll be hard pressed to find anything sympathetic with these bastards.

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* CompleteMonster: CompleteMonster:
** First is the prison doctor Sasaki. Sasaki hides behind the veneer of a kindly old man but [[BitchInSheepsClothing in reality, he is a cruel sadist who regularly rapes attractive male prisoners.]] Sasaki coerces them by holding privileges and favors over their heads. One prisoner is eventually DrivenToSuicide thanks to Sasaki's molestations. Sasaki schemes with the warden Ishihara to murder anyone who knows the truth and after leaving behind the prison, continues molesting young boys when conducting a political campaign.
** Sasaki's partner in crime at the prison, Warden Ishihara. Ishihara is a corrupt prison warden who delights in exercising sadistic authority over the prisoners by regularly conducting beatings or giving out [[DisproportionateRetribution punishments that are massively out of proportion to minor offenses]]. Ishihara gives prisoners to Sasaki to rape and proposes murdering those who discover the truth to cover his tracks. When the series' initial hero, Sakuragi, finally defeats
Ishihara, who beats up prisoners whenever he's frustrated or bored, Sasaki, he gives the doctor who rapes prisoners with regularity, and Joe's orphanage director, who would [[spoiler: force him warden the evidence of Sasaki's crimes to have sex with her on a regular basis]]. You'll be hard pressed make Ishihara leave his friends alone. Ishihara's response is to find anything sympathetic with these bastards.stab him.
5th Apr '13 7:43:06 AM aftershocked
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** Many, but [[spoiler: Sakuragi's takedown of the other inmates in episode six qualifies.]]

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** Many, but [[spoiler: Sakuragi's Anchan's takedown of the other inmates in episode six qualifies.]]


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* FridgeLogic: How did Yokoyama know Mario wanted to be a boxer and thus [[spoiler:smash his hand]]? Mario had barely even begun to consider boxing as a future career/dream, it wouldn't exactly be common knowledge.
3rd Dec '12 5:28:18 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: Almost all of the adults qualify. Whether it's Ishihara, who beats up prisoners whenever he's frustrated or bored, Sasaki, the doctor who rapes prisoners with regularity, and Joe's orphanage director, who would [[spoiler: force him to have sex with her on a regular basis]], you'll be hard pressed to find anything sympathetic with these bastards.

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* CompleteMonster: Almost all of the adults qualify. Whether it's Ishihara, who beats up prisoners whenever he's frustrated or bored, Sasaki, the doctor who rapes prisoners with regularity, and Joe's orphanage director, who would [[spoiler: force him to have sex with her on a regular basis]], you'll basis]]. You'll be hard pressed to find anything sympathetic with these bastards.
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