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* CatGirl: Najimi starts working at a cat girl CosplayCafe called "With Cat", which was a real establishment above the Toranoana shop in Akihabara when the series was made, but which since then closed its doors. In the manga, it is a MaidCafe.

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* CatGirl: Najimi starts working at a cat girl CosplayCafe called "With Cat", [[RealPlaceBackground which was a real establishment above the Toranoana shop in Akihabara when the series was made, made]], but which since then closed its doors. In the manga, it is a MaidCafe.


* ThisAndThat: Played straight as uttered by Tsuyuri.


* TheRival: Kaneru



* TheRival: Kaneru

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* RealPlaceBackground: Locations from Akihabara and Odaiba can be seen throughout.


* CatGirl: Najimi starts working at a cat girl CosplayCafe called "With Cat", which [[http://textfiend.net/zerohero/?p=468 existed for real]] when the series was made, but which since then closed its doors. In the manga, it is a MaidCafe.

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* CatGirl: Najimi starts working at a cat girl CosplayCafe called "With Cat", which [[http://textfiend.net/zerohero/?p=468 existed for real]] was a real establishment above the Toranoana shop in Akihabara when the series was made, but which since then closed its doors. In the manga, it is a MaidCafe.


The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.

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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.


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Najimi Osana is a young woman who has a problem keeping jobs and thus is looking for a way to make a living. By coincidence she discovers that her best friend, Tsuyuri, makes some money by producing erotic [[{{Doujinshi}} doujin]] manga. Najimi figures that she should try it too and decides to debut in the doujin scene herself.

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Najimi Osana is a young woman who has a problem keeping jobs and thus is looking for a way to make a living. By coincidence she discovers that her best friend, Tsuyuri, makes some money by producing erotic [[{{Doujinshi}} doujin]] {{doujin|shi}} manga. Najimi figures that she should try it too and decides to debut in the doujin scene herself.


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Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangakasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.

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Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangakasanToAssistantsanTo'', ''Manga/TheComicArtistAndHisAssistants'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.

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* ShoutOut: When Hoshi is searching for yaoi manga, doujinshi from Katekyo Hitman Reborn and D. Gray Man can be seen in the background.


The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.

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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.


The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Meme/{{Nasuverse}} there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.

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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Meme/{{Nasuverse}} [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.


Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.

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Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangasanToAssistantsanTo'', ''Manga/MangakasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.


The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.

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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''-- ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]].being the creator of several [[Meme/{{Nasuverse}} there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world. \n

Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.


The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''FateStayNight''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.

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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''{{Tsukihime}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''FateStayNight''-- ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.


* {{Expy}}: Justice and Sora seem to bear a resemblance to Sanger Zonvolt and Irui from ''SuperRobotWars''.

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* {{Expy}}: Justice and Sora seem to bear a resemblance to Sanger Zonvolt and Irui from ''SuperRobotWars''.''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars''.

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