Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Manga / Dlive

Go To



A WorkInProgress. Not to be mistaken for the Youtuber of the same name.

to:

A WorkInProgress.Work In Progress. Not to be mistaken for the Youtuber of the same name.


A WorkInProgress.

to:

A WorkInProgress.
WorkInProgress. Not to be mistaken for the Youtuber of the same name.


* WellIntentionedExtremist: Some of the bad guys [=ASE=] confronts in their cases do have some reason why they have to do it. In one of the early case, one of them told [=ASE=] agents that he sabotaged a project aimed at creating a vehicle tunnel to protect nature.

to:

* WellIntentionedExtremist: Some of the bad guys [=ASE=] confronts in their cases do have some reason why they have to do it. In one of the early case, cases, one of them told [=ASE=] agents that he sabotaged a project aimed at creating a vehicle tunnel to protect nature.


''D-Live!!'' is a shonen manga written and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa of the ''Manga/{{Spriggan}}'' manga. It was published under the ''[[Magazine/ShonenSunday Weekly Shonen Sunday]]'' magazine of Shogakukan from 2002 to 2006 with a total of 15 volumes published with some republishing done with 8 volumes as bunkobans.



''D-Live!!'' is a shonen manga written and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa of the Manga/{{Spriggan}} manga. It was published under the ''[[Magazine/ShonenSunday Weekly Shonen Sunday]]'' magazine of Shogakukan from 2002 to 2006 with a total of 15 volumes published with some republishing done with 8 volumes as bunkobans. Depending on your country or region, D-Live!! may be published completely or not in parts of Asia and Europe. The reception was good in Japan that it was on the list of recommended mangas to read at the 9th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2005.

to:

''D-Live!!'' is a shonen manga written and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa of the Manga/{{Spriggan}} manga. It was published under the ''[[Magazine/ShonenSunday Weekly Shonen Sunday]]'' magazine of Shogakukan from 2002 to 2006 with a total of 15 volumes published with some republishing done with 8 volumes as bunkobans. Depending on your country or region, D-Live!! may be published completely or not in parts of Asia and Europe. The reception was good in Japan that it was on the list of recommended mangas to read at the 9th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2005.



* WellIntentionedExtremist: Some of the bad guys [=ASE=] confronts in their cases do have some reason why they have to do it. In one of the early case, one of them told [=ASE=] agents that he sabotaged a project aimed at creating a vehicle tunnel to protect nature.

to:

* WellIntentionedExtremist: Some of the bad guys [=ASE=] confronts in their cases do have some reason why they have to do it. In one of the early case, one of them told [=ASE=] agents that he sabotaged a project aimed at creating a vehicle tunnel to protect nature.nature.
----


Satoru Ikaruga is an ordinary high school student who [[BigEater likes to eat a lot of gyudon]], play billiards and do ordinary things that average high school students do when he's not in school. But unknown to his teachers and his classmates/friends, Ikaruga is actually a trained agent with the elite multinational specialist company Almighty Support Enterprises ([[FunWithAcronyms or ASE for short]]) on a part-time basis. [=ASE=] is responsible for handling serious cases for clients, ranging from governments to wealthy/influential individuals and groups when they get in a bind. He's known for being able to [[TaughtByExperience operate any type of vehicle, land, sea or air, by just having a quick analysis on it even if he's not familiar with a certain vehicle]]. With the help of his comrades, Ikaruga tackles the case and finishes the job no matter what it takes.

''D-Live!!'' is a shonen manga written and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa of the Manga/{{Spriggan}} manga. It was published under the ''[[Magazine/ShonenSunday Weekly Shonen Sunday]]'' magazine of Shogakukan from 2002 to 2006 with a total of 15 volumes published with some republishing done with 8 volumes as bunkobans. Depending on your country or region, D-Live!! may be published completely or not in parts of Asia and Europe. [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff The reception was good in Japan]] that it was on the list of recommended mangas to read at the 9th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2005.

to:

Satoru Ikaruga is an ordinary high school student who [[BigEater likes to eat a lot of gyudon]], play billiards and do ordinary things that average high school students do when he's not in school. But unknown to his teachers and his classmates/friends, Ikaruga is actually a trained agent with the elite multinational specialist company Almighty Support Enterprises ([[FunWithAcronyms or ASE for short]]) on a part-time basis. [=ASE=] is responsible for handling serious cases for clients, ranging from governments to wealthy/influential individuals and groups when they get in a bind. He's known for being able to [[TaughtByExperience [[AwesomeByAnalysis operate any type of vehicle, land, sea or air, by just having a quick analysis on it even if he's not familiar with a certain vehicle]]. With the help of his comrades, Ikaruga tackles the case and finishes the job no matter what it takes.

''D-Live!!'' is a shonen manga written and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa of the Manga/{{Spriggan}} manga. It was published under the ''[[Magazine/ShonenSunday Weekly Shonen Sunday]]'' magazine of Shogakukan from 2002 to 2006 with a total of 15 volumes published with some republishing done with 8 volumes as bunkobans. Depending on your country or region, D-Live!! may be published completely or not in parts of Asia and Europe. [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff The reception was good in Japan]] Japan that it was on the list of recommended mangas to read at the 9th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2005.

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/d-live_cover_volume_1_5448.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:300:That's Satoru Ikaruga there and yes, he's riding in the sewers of Chiyoda Prefecture with a jet ski.]]

->''"No matter what vehicle it is, you'll have a perfect handling of it, [[RedBaron Super Multi-Driver Satoru Ikaruga]]."''
-->-- Hatsune Shimizu when she shows off her customized jet ski in the sewers of Chiyoda Prefecture, Tokyo, Japan in Chapter 1: "Underground Water Supply 1".

Satoru Ikaruga is an ordinary high school student who [[BigEater likes to eat a lot of gyudon]], play billiards and do ordinary things that average high school students do when he's not in school. But unknown to his teachers and his classmates/friends, Ikaruga is actually a trained agent with the elite multinational specialist company Almighty Support Enterprises ([[FunWithAcronyms or ASE for short]]) on a part-time basis. [=ASE=] is responsible for handling serious cases for clients, ranging from governments to wealthy/influential individuals and groups when they get in a bind. He's known for being able to [[TaughtByExperience operate any type of vehicle, land, sea or air, by just having a quick analysis on it even if he's not familiar with a certain vehicle]]. With the help of his comrades, Ikaruga tackles the case and finishes the job no matter what it takes.

''D-Live!!'' is a shonen manga written and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa of the Manga/{{Spriggan}} manga. It was published under the ''[[Magazine/ShonenSunday Weekly Shonen Sunday]]'' magazine of Shogakukan from 2002 to 2006 with a total of 15 volumes published with some republishing done with 8 volumes as bunkobans. Depending on your country or region, D-Live!! may be published completely or not in parts of Asia and Europe. [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff The reception was good in Japan]] that it was on the list of recommended mangas to read at the 9th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2005.

A WorkInProgress.

----
!!The series contains examples of:

* AlwaysGetsHisMan: Why [=ASE=] is known for this in the corporate world. They'll always solve the case and apprehend the culprit/s, even if it gets overwhelming for their agents.
* CrazyPrepared[=/=]GenreSavvy: How some of the bad guys screw over law enforcement and government so badly that they request for [=ASE=] assistance. On the other hand, it's also how [=ASE=] agents operate when they're in the field.
* FunWithAcronyms: [=ASE=] for Almighty Support Enterprises.
* MultinationalTeam: [=ASE=] is made of up of agents and experts of various nationalities.
* PoliceAreUseless: One reason why law enforcement agencies seek [=ASE=] assistance. However, it's averted (partially) when an [=NYPD=] [=ESU=] operator named James Hato helps Ikaruga solve a case and escape a building rigged to explode.
* ProductPlacement: Shogakukan gets a mention as "Shogakukan Bank" Chapter 1: "Underground Water Supply 1".
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: If you look at the cover of the bunkobans in Japan, some manga panels are seen with dialogue bubbles written in good English.
* WeHelpTheHelpless: [=ASE=] is the last resort clients go to when they're in a dead end.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Some of the bad guys [=ASE=] confronts in their cases do have some reason why they have to do it. In one of the early case, one of them told [=ASE=] agents that he sabotaged a project aimed at creating a vehicle tunnel to protect nature.

Showing 6 edit(s) of 6

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report