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aka: Chibi Miku-san
"I'm in love with its unique cuteness!" Chibi Miku-san
is what you get when you cross
Vocaloid with Azumanga Daioh
for that matter).
that narrates the humorous everyday life of
and the rest of the Vocaloid gang in a series of silent, often
strips. Illustrated by a Japanese artist named Minami, it used to be a gag-per-day webcomic series until recently, where new strips are
(which can range from once every few days to a whole month). Though it is not the first Vocaloid 4koma series nor the most original, it is arguably the longest-running out there with a small but dedicated fanbase.
Known for its
inconsistent character designs
and easy to understand despite the lack of dialogue (thus
enjoyed by both Japanese and English speaking fans alike
). Can be found in Minami's 'site
and his PIXIV page. A Danbooru archive with translation notes can also be found
This Vocaloid comic series provides examples of: A Day in the Limelight: Yowane Haku gets a special "DX" strip that spans 8 panels long. It deals with her getting a surprise birthday celebration. D'aaaaaaaaaawwwwwww~!!! Other characters can also take center stage for brief moments, changing the title of those particular strips ( Chibi Neru-san, , etc.) Meguri-neesan All Love Is Unrequited: A Running Gag in the series. Characters are either Oblivious to Love or just plain dense. All There in the Manual: About Kiyone Suzu's specs. Yes, even her dietary needs. Aloof Big Brother: Kagamine Len to Chibi-Miku. And Then John Was a Zombie: And Then Neko-Miku Was a Stray Cat]] — The strange twist in "Neko Miku-san". Animated Actors: It's the only explanation how they manage to play as themselves (or each other) in the Project Diva games. Animated Adaptation: A short video uploaded on Niconico Douga gives us a taste of what could be done in the future of the series. April Fools' Day: 2010 gave us this fake PSP box art. Art Evolution: It's in there, trust us. Aside Glance: Luka turns to the readers at one point and gives a thumbs-up for finally getting brownie points from Chibi-Miku. Author Avatar: Arguably, Kiyone Suzu. Berserk Button: Don't feed Chibi-Suzu anything that tastes awful, if you value your life. Alternatively, don't get caught eating anything that was meant for her. Also Chibi-Neru, when she takes one snowball too many. Big Eater: Suzu, a Running Gag along with her iron stomach. Big Ol' Eyebrows: Akita Neru Bratty Half-Pint: The Kagamine twins when they were younger. Thankfully Hatsune Miku fixed them. Break the Badass:- When Rin found out that Chibi-Teto is an even better gamer than she is. She also straightens up whenever Big Sis Miku is around. Bullet Catch: Luka catches an airborne snowball thrown by Rin... with her bare hands. Cue EPIC SNOWBALL FIGHT. Bullying a Dragon: Rin knows that getting on Miku's bad side is digging your own grave. Doesn't stop her from trolling Miku occasionally. It goes as well as you'd expect it to. Butt Monkey: Funny how Len has turned into a bigger Butt Monkey than KAITO in this series... It helps that Len is Hatsune Miku's Yes-Man. But KAITO is still MEIKO's chew toy. The Cameo: Minami likes to insert some of his original characters in a few strips. Most notable is his own Vocaloid derivative, Kiyone Suzu. Cat Smile: Chibi-Suzu's derivative, unless somebody pushes her Berserk Button. Christmas Episode: Featuring Haku in a Sexy Santa Dress. Clark Kenting: Almost nobody recognized Chibi-Neru without her clip-on side-ponytail. Cloudcuckoolander: Chibi-Miku. Thinks of the craziest things (like Teto's -hair). doriru The Coats Are Off / Let's Get Dangerous: After Rin realizes that she and Luka are an even match in the snowball fight. Cool Big Sis: Rin to Chibi-Miku. MEIKO to Hatsune Miku. Luka tries to be this to Chibi-Miku. Cosplay Otaku Girl: MEIKO, but not for herself. Guess who are her favorite victims... Crazy-Prepared: Rin Cutesy Name Town: Vocalotown, home of the quirkiest Vocaloids ever. Disability Superpower: FL-chan's clumsiness turns into this when she learns how to dodge with it. Dissonant Serenity: What Hatsune Miku does to keep the Kagamine twins in line. It really creeps them out. Distracted by the Sexy: Len will never be able to finish World Is Mine in Project Diva if he keeps playing as Miku. Dojikko: FL-chan falls flat on her face every few steps. Dragged by the Collar: Dreadful Musician: Chibi-Suzu. Full stop. Emotionless Girl: Ruko and Uta. Exact Words: Chibi-Miku's doll's head came off, and she asks Rin to fix it. And she indeed fixed it and said that the head won't come off again. True to her words, the head is fine; but she made it so that only the hair launch off from the head. Nice trolling, Rin, as always. Extreme Doormat: Take a good guess. Here's a hint: It's not any of the girls. Extreme Omnivore: When hungry, Chibi-Suzu will eat anything that can pass through her mouth. Eyes Always Shut: Momone Momo, so far... except for one time Defoko dragged her away from Chibi-Miku. Fangirl: Chibi-Teto to KAITO. Friend to All Children: Momone Momo is probably this. Pedoluka is a creepier version. Fun Personified: Chibi-Miku. Nothing can get in her way and/or ruin her fun. The other chibified characters also count. Generation Xerox: The Hatsune sisters, though Chibi-Miku is a lot more hyperactive than her older sister. The Glomp: For a dog, Hamo strangely likes to attempt to do this with Chibi-Miku and Neru. Hard-Drinking Party Girl: MEIKO The Heart: Haku is the best friend you can ever have. She has managed to rescue Hatsune Miku and Ruko's friendship twice, and is perfectly content with just being in the sidelines. In-Series Nickname: The title character. She's only called as such because her older sister probably shares the same name as her. The other chibified characters get to retain their full names. Jerkass: Kagamine Rin to pretty much everyone, but especially to Chibi-Miku. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Kagamine Rin , when no-one is looking. Lethal Chef: The Load: Yowaneko, both figuratively and literally. It serves nothing but to creep the other characters out, and when Haku tried to lift it, she threw her back. Made of Iron: Uta and Momo, as demonstrated by jumping out a helicopter and landing feet-first on the ground. Megaton Punch: Defoko to KAITO under orders from MEIKO. Theoretically-speaking, any of the girls can do this to the two guys if they really wanted to. Memetic Mutation: In-universe example: the Not-Quite-Sure-What-This-Thing-Is gained a cult following all thanks to . Chibi-Miku, Rin and FL-chan fail to understand this logic. a certain image board Mood Whiplash: Some story arcs tend to have this, especially those that deal with Hatsune Miku's past. Mundane Made Awesome: Uta uses her ultra-fast reflexes to... catch flies (and extremely agile dogs) with her bare hands. Could also be Mundane Utility. No Dialogue Episode: Almost the entire series. Onee-sama: Hatsune Miku, the older sister of Chibi-Miku, always with a smile on her face and cares for everyone, especially her little sister. Panty Shot: Implied with FL-chan when she trips and falls and a striped white and green thought bubble appears on Chibi-Miku and Haku's heads. Perpetual Smiler: Hatsune Miku never seems to get angry with her peers... or does she? Just don't try to tell Chibi-Miku that Santa isn't real. Running Gag: It's subtle, but there are a few: She Is All Grown Up: Yokune Ruko was introduced (in a flashback, no less!) as Hatsune Miku's childhood friend who moved away. Cue present day Ruko returning... Shoot the Bullet: When Luka and Rin's snowballs clash. Shout-Out: One of the names Chibi-Miku suggests for Hamo when she first arrives is Negima; this could be a reference to the negi dish, though. Silent Snarker: For a 4koma series with no dialogue, Rin's snarkiness really shines through! Something Completely Different: Neko Miku-san Spider-Sense: Luka can sense whenever Chibi-Miku is nearby... even when she's been transformed into a cat! Sugar and Ice Personality: Luka is usually seen as stoic and aloof, but she positively glows whenever she's together with Chibi-Miku. She even blushes just thinking about her. Super-Deformed: Practically everybody, since they're really not up to proportion. Supreme Chef: Kagamine Len, but his skill are hardly praised and his position is currently being threatened by Momone. Also Rin to a fault. Tareme Eyes: Teto, FL-chan and Uta. Those Two Girls: Uta and Momo were introduced almost simultaniously, with Uta acting as a foil to Momo's wackiness. Luka was also introduced a few strips after FL-chan, and they've been together ever since. Tranquil Fury: What Rin usually does to her brother and Chibi-Miku when they do something to tick her off. True Companions: Chibi-Miku, Chibi-Neru and Chibi-Teto (some fans know these three as the ). They are joined by Chibi-Suzu later. Triple Baka Also Hatsune Miku, Yowane Haku and Yokune Ruko. Tsurime Eyes: Neru, MEIKO and Luka. What If? Chibi Miku-san... Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Neru's pursuit of Len is often thwarted by the presence of Team Pet dog Hamo.