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Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''[='=]s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' (星色ガールドロップ) is Bkub Okawa's send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs idol-based romcoms]], packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series' anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.

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Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''[='=]s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' (星色ガールドロップ) is [[{{Creator/Bkub}} Bkub Okawa's Okawa]]'s send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs idol-based romcoms]], packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series' anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.

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* MythologyGag: The anime's opening includes a brief shot of Sosogu frantically pointing to herself like the second-to-last strip in the oneshot, even though the relevant gag the pose came from was cut.


* CreativeDifferences: [[invoked]] One clip in the anime shows the group about to break up due to a difference in the direction they want to take when Sosogu wants to do a show with their rivals Devil Volcano. Without her bandmates with her, Sosogu's vote of ballad is up against two votes for metalcore from the Devil Volcano girls.

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* CreativeDifferences: [[invoked]] One clip in the anime shows the group about to break up due to a difference in the direction they want to take when Sosogu wants to do a show with their rivals Devil Volcano. Without her bandmates with her, Sosogu's vote of ballad is up against two votes for metalcore from the Devil Volcano girls.her bandmates.


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-->''Fall in love with us again next time!''


* CreativeDifferences: [[invoked]] One clip in the anime shows the group about to break up due to a difference in the direction they want to take their sound: Sosogu wants to do a ballad, while Korona and Shizuku want to perform Metalcore.

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* CreativeDifferences: [[invoked]] One clip in the anime shows the group about to break up due to a difference in the direction they want to take their sound: when Sosogu wants to do a ballad, while Korona and Shizuku want to perform Metalcore.show with their rivals Devil Volcano. Without her bandmates with her, Sosogu's vote of ballad is up against two votes for metalcore from the Devil Volcano girls.


* NoEnding: You ever wondered why [[spoiler:Popuko was pretending to be a random schoolboy's childhood friend]] in the oneshot? good luck figuring out, because it ended right there. Fortunately, the anime previews and anthology managed to conclude it.

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* NoEnding: You ever wondered why [[spoiler:Popuko was pretending to be a random schoolboy's childhood friend]] in the oneshot? good Good luck figuring out, because it ended right there. Fortunately, the anime previews and anthology managed to conclude it.

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* NoEnding: You ever wondered why [[spoiler:Popuko was pretending to be a random schoolboy's childhood friend]] in the oneshot? good luck figuring out, because it ended right there. Fortunately, the anime previews and anthology managed to conclude it.


[[spoiler:…If only [[Manga/PopTeamEpic Popuko]] didn’t [[HostileShowTakeover tear through the series]] first.]]

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[[spoiler:…If …If only [[Manga/PopTeamEpic Popuko]] didn’t [[HostileShowTakeover tear through the series]] first.]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[BlatantLies Just your normal every day idol anime.]]]]


A couple of years later, Daichi is a regular teen living a humdrum life. Not even his parents leaving for an overseas trip can change that. Just before the pair can get out the door, his mother gives him a bit of advice among the usual warnings: "Take care of Sosogu". Unfortunately, he cannot exactly remember who or what Sosogu is—pretty bad, since she just moved into the house, right within earshot of him saying that. A lot of things have changed since their childhood, especially with Sosogu becoming the lead singer of girl group sensation Drop Stars and gaining a whole new group of friends. Despite this, she is determined to make him remember that promise they made all those years ago, even if he has to get roped into her new career as her manager to do it. Along with the aloof and possessive Shinobu Tsukino and the older sister-like beauty Korona Yuuhi, Daichi’s life is about to take a whirlwind turn for both the romantic and the musical…

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A couple of years later, Daichi is a regular teen living a humdrum life. Not even his parents leaving for an overseas trip can change that. Just before the pair can get out the door, his mother gives him a bit of advice among the usual warnings: "Take care of Sosogu". Unfortunately, he cannot exactly remember who or what Sosogu is—pretty bad, since she just moved into the house, right within earshot of him saying that. A lot of things have changed since their childhood, especially with Sosogu becoming the lead singer of girl group sensation Drop Stars and gaining a whole new group of friends. Despite this, she is determined to make him remember that promise they made all those years ago, even if he has to get roped into her new career as her manager to do it. Along with the aloof and possessive Shinobu Tsukino and the older sister-like beauty Korona Yuuhi, Daichi’s Daichi's life is about to take a whirlwind turn for both the romantic and the musical…



Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''[='=]s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' is Bkub Okawa's send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs idol-based romcoms]], packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series' anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.

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Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''[='=]s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' (星色ガールドロップ) is Bkub Okawa's send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs idol-based romcoms]], packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series' anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.


A couple of years later, Daichi’s a regular teen living a humdrum life. Not even his parents leaving for an overseas trip can change that. Just before the pair can get out the door, his mother gives him a bit of advice among the usual warnings: “Take care of Sosogu”. Unfortunately, he can’t exactly remember who or what Sosogu is—pretty bad, since she just moved into the house, right within earshot of him saying that. A lot of things have changed since their childhood, especially with Sosogu becoming the lead singer of girl group sensation Drop Stars and gaining a whole new group of friends. Despite this, she’s determined to make him remember that promise they made all those years ago, even if he has to get roped into her new career as her manager to do it. Along with the aloof and possessive Shinobu Tsukino and the older sister-like beauty Korona Yuuhi, Daichi’s life is about to take a whirlwind turn for both the romantic and the musical…

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A couple of years later, Daichi’s Daichi is a regular teen living a humdrum life. Not even his parents leaving for an overseas trip can change that. Just before the pair can get out the door, his mother gives him a bit of advice among the usual warnings: “Take "Take care of Sosogu”. Sosogu". Unfortunately, he can’t cannot exactly remember who or what Sosogu is—pretty bad, since she just moved into the house, right within earshot of him saying that. A lot of things have changed since their childhood, especially with Sosogu becoming the lead singer of girl group sensation Drop Stars and gaining a whole new group of friends. Despite this, she’s she is determined to make him remember that promise they made all those years ago, even if he has to get roped into her new career as her manager to do it. Along with the aloof and possessive Shinobu Tsukino and the older sister-like beauty Korona Yuuhi, Daichi’s life is about to take a whirlwind turn for both the romantic and the musical…



Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''’s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' is Bkub Okawa’s send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs idol-based romcoms]], packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series’ anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.

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Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''’s ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''[='=]s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' is Bkub Okawa’s Okawa's send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs idol-based romcoms]], packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series’ series' anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.


* MoodWhiplash: After 10 episode previews of lighthearted, if occasionally sad content, episode 11's preview shows [[spoiler: Sosogu died in an accident and was revived 5 years ago, is about to die ''again'' to save everyone, and Daichi is willing to make sure she doesn't go through with it.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: After 10 episode previews of lighthearted, if occasionally sad content, episode 11's preview shows [[spoiler: Sosogu died in an accident and was revived 5 years ago, is about to die ''again'' to save everyone, and Daichi is willing to make sure she doesn't go through with it.]]]] If that wasn't enough, the Season 2 preview snaps right back to light and fluffy as if that drama bomb never occurred.


* WhamShot: [[spoiler: Sosogu abruptly tearing her face off in the last page, revealing the ''real'' purpose of the oneshot.]]

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[[spoiler: Sosogu abruptly tearing her face off in the last page, revealing the ''real'' purpose of the oneshot.]]
** In the anime: [[spoiler: Daichi amongst ruins, immediately accompanied by a flashback to him sobbing while cradling Sosogu's corpse.
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Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''’s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' is Bkub Okawa’s send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially idol-based romcoms, packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series’ anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.

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Originally written as a oneshot after ''Manga/PopTeamEpic''’s first season of strips, ''Hoshiiro Girldrop'' is Bkub Okawa’s send-up to idols, romcoms, and especially [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs idol-based romcoms, romcoms]], packed with [[{{Troperiffic}} as many tropes as he could possibly fit in]]. The series was made a regular gag in ''Pop Team Epic'' announcements after its publishing. It even got the honor of being the gag for the series’ anime announcement on April Fools 2017, complete with animated trailer and theme song done by none other than Creator/KamikazeDouga. Despite its joke status in the latter series, it would go on to be sort of expanded on as a regular segment, with an animated version of the original oneshot serving as the first ColdOpening and later functioning as the show's OnTheNext segments. In February 2018, it was fully turned into an AnthologyComic by Bkub and other artists, letting the audience for the first time see what the manga ([[DependingOnTheWriter probably]]) would have been like.


* OfficialCouple: [[spoiler:If the second season preview is anything to go by, Daichi and Sosogu are together given he proposed to her.]]



* BroadStrokes: The basic plot, Daichi and Sosogu's relationship, and the dynamic of the Drop Stars are the most consistent things between each chapter.

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* BroadStrokes: The basic plot, Daichi and Sosogu's relationship, and the dynamic of the Drop Stars are the most only consistent things between each chapter.

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