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* VoiceOfTheLegion: During episodes 5 and 6 of Decode 02, [[spoiler: while Tsutomu is [[ShapeshifterModeLock stuck]] in Birdy's form when he's on her ship, he was protrayed as speaking with both his and Birdy's voice at the same time]].

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* VoiceOfTheLegion: During episodes 5 and 6 of Decode 02, [[spoiler: while Tsutomu is [[ShapeshifterModeLock stuck]] in Birdy's form when he's on her ship, he was protrayed portrayed as speaking with both his and Birdy's voice at the same time]].


* AGodIAmNot: When Tsutomu (in chapter 77) shout that aliens are useless birdy reminds him that they are not gods.


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* AGodIAmNot: When Tsutomu (in chapter 77) shout that aliens are useless, Birdy reminds him that they are not gods.


* AGodAmI: Averted. When Tsutomu (in chapter 77) shout that aliens are useless birdy reminds him that they are not gods.

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* AGodAmI: Averted. AGodIAmNot: When Tsutomu (in chapter 77) shout that aliens are useless birdy reminds him that they are not gods.


* AllThereInTheManual: The OVA series also had a couple of audio drama CDs released to help flesh out the universe.

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* AllThereInTheManual: The OVA series also had a couple of audio drama CDs [=CDs=] released to help flesh out the universe.

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* AllThereInTheManual: The OVA series also had a couple of audio drama CDs released to help flesh out the universe.


* HairDecorations: In the original manga and the OVA, Birdy sports a hairband with triangular clips around her ears. In the remake manga and ''Decode'', she sports a headset with two fin-like protrusions, each also around her ears.


* AffablyEvil: Capella, for the first season of ''Decode.''

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* %%* AffablyEvil: Capella, for the first season of ''Decode.''



** In the remake manga, Hikawa's experiments causes his test subjects to mutate into powerful beasts, with strong animal instincts * CanonImmigrant: Hikawa (debuted in the OVA series) is a BigBad in the first arc of remake manga, Sayaka Nakasugi (debuted in ''Decode'') is Tsutomu's LoveInterests in the second arc of remake manga, and Shyamalan (also debuted in ''Decode'') made a small cameo appearance in the same arc. and urges to go with it. [[spoiler: One of Tsutomu's classmates becomes a subject after he's shot, but is saved from being subjugated and learns to control his power. When Tsutomu realizes his sister is also being given the drugs, he and Birdy land the first blow to the plan by destroying the facility where it's happening.]]

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** In the remake manga, Hikawa's experiments causes his test subjects to mutate into powerful beasts, with strong animal instincts * CanonImmigrant: Hikawa (debuted in the OVA series) is a BigBad in the first arc of remake manga, Sayaka Nakasugi (debuted in ''Decode'') is Tsutomu's LoveInterests in the second arc of remake manga, and Shyamalan (also debuted in ''Decode'') made a small cameo appearance in the same arc. and urges to go with it. [[spoiler: One of Tsutomu's classmates becomes a subject after he's shot, but is saved from being subjugated and learns to control his power. When Tsutomu realizes his sister is also being given the drugs, he and Birdy land the first blow to the plan by destroying the facility where it's happening.]]


** In the remake manga, Hikawa's experiments causes his test subjects to mutate into powerful beasts, with strong animal instincts and urges to go with it. [[spoiler: One of Tsutomu's classmates becomes a subject after he's shot, but is saved from being subjugated and learns to control his power. When Tsutomu realizes his sister is also being given the drugs, he and Birdy land the first blow to the plan by destroying the facility where it's happening.]]

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** In the remake manga, Hikawa's experiments causes his test subjects to mutate into powerful beasts, with strong animal instincts * CanonImmigrant: Hikawa (debuted in the OVA series) is a BigBad in the first arc of remake manga, Sayaka Nakasugi (debuted in ''Decode'') is Tsutomu's LoveInterests in the second arc of remake manga, and Shyamalan (also debuted in ''Decode'') made a small cameo appearance in the same arc. and urges to go with it. [[spoiler: One of Tsutomu's classmates becomes a subject after he's shot, but is saved from being subjugated and learns to control his power. When Tsutomu realizes his sister is also being given the drugs, he and Birdy land the first blow to the plan by destroying the facility where it's happening.]]


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* CanonImmigrant: Hikawa (debuted in the OVA series) is a BigBad in the first arc of remake manga, Sayaka Nakasugi (debuted in ''Decode'') is Tsutomu's LoveInterests in the second arc of remake manga, and Shyamalan (also debuted in ''Decode'') made a small cameo appearance in the same arc.

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** The original Japanese title ''Tetsuwan Birdy''(literally ''Iron-Arm Birdy'') is a parody on ''Tetsuwan Atom'', the original title for Manga/AstroBoy.


* GodCreatedCanonForeigner : Several original characters who made their first appearances in anime were designed by original author Masami Yuuki, such as Hikawa in OVA, Shyamalan and Sayaka Nakasugi in Decode season 1.

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* GodCreatedCanonForeigner : Several original characters who made their first appearances in anime were designed by original author Masami Yuuki, such as Hikawa in OVA, Shyamalan and Sayaka Nakasugi in Decode season 1.


** Hayamiya ([[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish]] FieryRedhead GenkiGirl) and Nakasugi (blue-haired {{ojou}})

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** Natsumi Hayamiya ([[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish]] FieryRedhead GenkiGirl) and Sayaka Nakasugi (blue-haired {{ojou}})



* RoofHopping: How Birdy travels to catch criminals.

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* RoofHopping: How Birdy travels to catch criminals. In remake manga, the U.S. intelligence force calls her with a code name ''Lady on the Roof'' because of this trait.


** In the OVA series, Natsumi was [[LoveInterest Tsutomu's crush]] from junior high, and had a significant amount of screentime in episodes 3&4 (''"Final Force"''), after witnessing his transformation into Birdy. But in ''"Decode"'', she hardly has any presence at all and is only seen briefly in a couple of episodes. Plus, her role as Tsutomu's love interest is given to Sayaka.

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** In the original manga and OVA series, Natsumi Hayamiya was [[LoveInterest Tsutomu's crush]] from junior high, and had a significant amount of screentime in OVA episodes 3&4 (''"Final Force"''), after witnessing his transformation into Birdy. But in ''"Decode"'', she hardly has any presence at all and is only seen briefly in a couple of episodes. Plus, her role as Tsutomu's love interest is given to Sayaka. (While in the remake manga, she gets a better role as a trusted buddy of Tsutomu and begins going out with Sudou.)


* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: Some of the alien vehicles in ''Decode.'' Though it's far from jarring and does blend much better than other shows. Then there is also the ocean liner.

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* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: TwoDVisualsThreeDEffects: Some of the alien vehicles in ''Decode.'' Though it's far from jarring and does blend much better than other shows. Then there is also the ocean liner.

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