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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In Re:Hamatora, [[spoiler: Art extracts Minimum powers from their Holders, saying he'll take all their sins, and uses them on himself. He can also revive from death. [[{{Jesus}} Really subtle]].]]

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In Re:Hamatora, [[spoiler: Art extracts Minimum powers from their Holders, saying he'll take all their sins, and uses them on himself. He can also revive from death. [[{{Jesus}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} Really subtle]].]]


* GenreSavvy: Nice is quite a rare protagonist considering his young age and role in the series. [[spoiler:He can understand Moral's personality without even knowing him. In the manga he even comes up with brilliant tactics when fighting.]]


Hamatora is a mixed-media project by creator/Naz. It has a manga by Yukino Kitajima and Yūki Kodama published in Weekly Young Jump magazine starting in November 13 2013, an anime airing from January 9 as part of the [[Winter2014Anime Winter 2014 lineup]], and a 3DS video game called ''Hamatora: Look at Smoking World'' is set to be released in summer of 2014. A second season of the anime will air in the [[Summer2014Anime summer 2014 lineup]].

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Hamatora is a mixed-media project by creator/Naz. It has a manga by Yukino Kitajima and Yūki Kodama published in Weekly Young Jump magazine starting in November 13 2013, an anime airing from January 9 as part of the [[Winter2014Anime Winter 2014 lineup]], and a 3DS video game called ''Hamatora: Look at Smoking World'' is set to be was released in summer of 2014. A second season of the anime will air aired in the [[Summer2014Anime summer 2014 lineup]].


* {{Badass}}: Most named characters.


** The villain in Episode 6 was totally channeling [[JojosBizarreAdventure Dio Brando]], [[CatchPhrase MUDA MUDA MUDA]] included.

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** The villain in Episode 6 was totally channeling [[JojosBizarreAdventure [[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure Dio Brando]], [[CatchPhrase MUDA MUDA MUDA]] included.

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''Definitely'' should not be confused with ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}''


* XMeetsY: GetBackers meets LightNovel/{{Durarara}} meets LightNovel/KamisamaNoMemoChou.

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*BookEnds: ''Re: Hamatora'' ends in the same way its opening begins.


** Moral will remind to more than one ''PsychoPass'' viewer of the BigBad Shogo Makishima not only for their physical similarities but also their roles as philosophers and criminals.

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** Moral will remind to more than one ''PsychoPass'' ''Anime/PsychoPass'' viewer of the BigBad Shogo Makishima not only for their physical similarities but also their roles as philosophers and criminals.

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** [[spoiler:Said assistant, whose name is Momoka, takes this UpToEleven by being revealed to have an even bigger role in the story, being the "Saikyou" supporting/collaborating with Art and the Freemums.]]

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* ShipTease: Abundant between Nice and Hajime in Episode 9 of ''Re:Hamatora'', following [[spoiler:the reveal of how Nice and Hajime met each other at Facultas in the episode prior, which in itself contained a fair bit of this trope]].


** Re:Hamatora's ending theme, ''Brand New World'', is performed by Ayumi, Chiyuu's VA.

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** Re:Hamatora's ending theme, ''Brand New World'', is performed by Ayumi, Ayami, Chiyuu's VA.


* AwwLookTheyReallyLoveEachOther: Non-romantic example with Nice and [[spoiler:Murasaki]] in Episode 7 of ''Re:Hamatora''.

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* AwwLookTheyReallyLoveEachOther: AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Non-romantic example with Nice and [[spoiler:Murasaki]] in Episode 7 of ''Re:Hamatora''.


* AwwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Non-romantic example with Nice and [[spoiler:Murasaki]] in Episode 7 of ''Re:Hamatora''.

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* AwwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: AwwLookTheyReallyLoveEachOther: Non-romantic example with Nice and [[spoiler:Murasaki]] in Episode 7 of ''Re:Hamatora''.

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* FourIsDeath: [[spoiler:Murasaki]]'s hospital room is ''444''. As if that weren't enough, his friends make it worse by bringing a potted plant. A camellia, to boot. [[labelnote:note]]As Ratio points out, potted plants are considered bad luck. And red camellias mean bad luck for warriors.[[/labelnote]]

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