YMMV / Tokyo Tribe

The Anime and Manga
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: Once again, "Goosh Goosh". Never brought up again, and no action afterwards carries the same amount of Squick.
  • Complete Monster: Jadakins from the Tokyo Tribe 2 anime is a mercenary sent a country over by the Daishisai to Tokyo to retrieve his niece Erika. Taciturn, stoic, and savagely brutal in his job, Jadakins is defined by his utmost lack of any sort of true human feeling and is hinted to be something other than human. Employed by crime lord Buppa to wipe out the Hands gang in retribution for the death of his son N'koi, Jadakins sets out brutalizing and graphically killing whomever he can get his hands on, at one point tearing out the eye of Chef Renkon with his teeth, and then leaving the man to suffer. Once his true mission comes into hand, Jadakins displays no relent in murdering whomever gets in his way—and whomever doesn't, as Jadakins kicks the Sycophantic Servant-turned-aspiring warlord Skunk into the path of an oncoming train for no reason at all after the latter safely delivers Erika to him. Compounding his pointless brutality with the implications that he may be getting far more pleasure out of his job than he should, Jadakins is seen as nothing short of a monster by the gangs of Tokyo.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: The Bishōnen guy raped by Buppa bleeds from every orifice on his body after he dies, making the rape scene Bloody Hilarious.
  • Memetic Molester - Buppa.
  • Memetic Mutation - Goosh goosh.
  • Nightmare Fuel - Buppa literally assrapes a skinny Bishonen guy to death in the first episode of Tokyo Tribe 2.
  • Signature Scene - Chances are, you went to this page because of the "goosh goosh" scene.
  • Squick: Oh, god, Buppa... See him assrape a guy at your own risk.
  • Watch It for the Meme - Most people have only heard of this series from the above infamous "goosh goosh" scene. Conveniently, it's in the first episode. Nothing on TOW even begins to explain what it is all about.

The Live-Action Film
  • Complete Monster:
    • Buppa is the slovenly, repugnant crime lord of Buppa Town, which he keeps in a perpetual state of misery. Keeping secure hold of Tokyo through manipulation of the lower Tribes into constant war, Buppa is a vicious, remorseless, cannibalistic slob with a habit of forcing women he kidnaps into prostitution, if he doesn't force them to become mentally broken furniture or his dinner. Employing Merra to murder and torture all whom he considers an obstacle, Buppa utilizes his army, the Waru, into overrunning Tokyo and killing all other Tribes. Even his loyalty to the High Priest is a sham, as Buppa intends to betray him and take over Asia.
    • Merra, Buppa's bloodthirsty hitman, is arguably even more vile than his boss. A twisted psychopath with a knack for molesting and raping women and brutally killing anyone he doesn't like, Merra makes his mark on the plot by gleefully slaughtering Buppa's dinner guests to test his sword. Merra slaughters people completely at random and holds a special hatred for his enemy Kai, and kills his friends for the sole purpose of hurting him. A willing participant of Buppa's murderous takeover of Tokyo, Merra leads the Waru to kill all they come across, turns on his own allies for the flimsiest of slights, and ultimately announces his intent to dominate Tokyo himself after Buppa's death. An unhinged, uncontrollable psychopath whose primary drive is his jealousy of Kai's better endowment, Merra rejects potential redemption because of his petty grudge and was among the worst criminals in dystopian Tokyo.