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''Harapeko no Marie'' is the latest series from Tamura Ryuuhei, of ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' fame, which run in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2017. and like its predecessor, it features a healthy dose of absurd humor. Unfortunately, it ended after four volumes due to lack of popularity.

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''Harapeko no Marie'' is the latest series from Tamura Ryuuhei, of ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' fame, which run in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2017. 2017, and like its predecessor, it features a healthy dose of absurd humor. Unfortunately, it ended after four volumes due to lack of popularity.


''Harapeko no Marie'' is the latest series from Tamura Ryuuhei, of ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' fame, which run in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2017. Unfortunately, it ended after four volumes due to lack of popularity.

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''Harapeko no Marie'' is the latest series from Tamura Ryuuhei, of ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' fame, which run in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2017. and like its predecessor, it features a healthy dose of absurd humor. Unfortunately, it ended after four volumes due to lack of popularity.


''Harapeko no Marie'' is the latest series from Tamura Ryuuhei, of ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' fame, which started in Weekly Shonen Jump in March 2017.

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''Harapeko no Marie'' is the latest series from Tamura Ryuuhei, of ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' fame, which started run in Weekly Shonen Jump in March 2017.
2017. Unfortunately, it ended after four volumes due to lack of popularity.


** It turns out they can be temporarily separated as long as there's a vessel for one of them to go in, which in this case is Marie's stuffed toy. However, the FreakyFridayFlip still holds, so Taiga's in the toy when Marie's hungry and vice versa. assumptions]].

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** It turns out they can be temporarily separated as long as there's a vessel for one of them to go in, which in this case is Marie's stuffed toy. However, the FreakyFridayFlip still holds, so Taiga's in the toy when Marie's hungry and vice versa. assumptions]].


* LoveAtFirstSight: Leo apparently does this a lot ([[{{Lolicon}} outside of also crushing on his little sister]]) and falls for Marie instantly after she gulps down a bowl of udon he offers her. Don't ask.

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* LoveAtFirstSight: Leo apparently does this a lot ([[{{Lolicon}} outside (outside of also crushing on his little sister]]) sister) and falls for Marie instantly after she gulps down a bowl of udon he offers her. Don't ask.


** It turns out they can be temporarily separated as long as there's a vessel for one of them to go in, which in this case is Marie's stuffed toy. However, the FreakyFridayFlip still holds, so Taiga's in the toy when Marie's hungry and vice versa.
* SheCleansUpNicely: A rather unusual example. Marie is dressed up appropriately as a teenage French princess with the apt frilly dresses and styled hair. However, she (or rather Taiga, who is stuck in Marie's form) ''cannot'' undo her hair or remove the dress. Having tried to do so in order to at least pass himself off as a transfer student, his only choice is to starve himself to the point where Marie takes over their shared body in Taiga's form, and request that she go to school in his place. It also proves to be a problem when Taiga-as-Marie needs to go to the toilet. In the end, though, it turns out he can somehow change clothes, [[HandWave Taiga's grandma saying he was just making assumptions]].

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** It turns out they can be temporarily separated as long as there's a vessel for one of them to go in, which in this case is Marie's stuffed toy. However, the FreakyFridayFlip still holds, so Taiga's in the toy when Marie's hungry and vice versa.
* SheCleansUpNicely: A rather unusual example. Marie is dressed up appropriately as a teenage French princess with the apt frilly dresses and styled hair. However, she (or rather Taiga, who is stuck in Marie's form) ''cannot'' undo her hair or remove the dress. Having tried to do so in order to at least pass himself off as a transfer student, his only choice is to starve himself to the point where Marie takes over their shared body in Taiga's form, and request that she go to school in his place. It also proves to be a problem when Taiga-as-Marie needs to go to the toilet. In the end, though, it turns out he can somehow change clothes, [[HandWave Taiga's grandma saying he was just making
versa. assumptions]].


* BigEater: Downplayed regarding quantity, but Marie's brain seems to be in her stomach nonetheless. You have to be quite gloutonous to down a entire bowl of udon without chopsticks.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Chapter 12 shatters the fourth wall into a million pieces, from Taiga and Anna somehow responding to each other's thoughts to Leo starting a flash back, interrupting it, and Taiga calling him out for "wasting a panel" before starting the flashback again, where Taiga and Anna respond to the floating narration.

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* BigEater: Downplayed regarding quantity, but Marie's brain seems to be in her stomach nonetheless. You have to be quite gloutonous gluttonous to down a entire bowl of udon without chopsticks.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Chapter 12 shatters the fourth wall into a million pieces, from Taiga and Anna somehow responding to each other's thoughts to Leo starting a flash back, flashback, interrupting it, and Taiga calling him out for "wasting a panel" before starting the flashback again, where Taiga and Anna respond to the floating narration.



* DemocracyIsBad: The Knight Templar higher ups seems to believe that democracy is responsible for the corruption and decay the world has fallen into.

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* DemocracyIsBad: The Knight Templar higher ups seems seem to believe that democracy is responsible for the corruption and decay the world has fallen into.



* LivingMacGuffin: The goal of the Knight Templars [[spoiler:is to use Marie to revert the world back to the pre-democracy era, though it's unclear how exactly.]]

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* LivingMacGuffin: The goal of the Knight Templars Knights Templar [[spoiler:is to use Marie to revert the rewrite world back to history from the pre-democracy era, French Revolution, though it's unclear how exactly.]]



* SheCleansUpNicely: A rather unusual example. Marie is dressed up appropriately as a teenage French princess with the apt frilly dresses and styled hair. However, she (or rather Taiga, who is stuck in Marie's form) ''cannot'' undo her hair or remove the dress. Having tried to do so in order to at least pass himself off as a transfer student, his only choice is to starve himself to the point where Marie takes over their shared body in Taiga's form, and request that she go to school in his place. It also proves to be a problem when Taiga-as-Marie needs to go to the toilet.

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** It turns out they can be temporarily separated as long as there's a vessel for one of them to go in, which in this case is Marie's stuffed toy. However, the FreakyFridayFlip still holds, so Taiga's in the toy when Marie's hungry and vice versa.
* SheCleansUpNicely: A rather unusual example. Marie is dressed up appropriately as a teenage French princess with the apt frilly dresses and styled hair. However, she (or rather Taiga, who is stuck in Marie's form) ''cannot'' undo her hair or remove the dress. Having tried to do so in order to at least pass himself off as a transfer student, his only choice is to starve himself to the point where Marie takes over their shared body in Taiga's form, and request that she go to school in his place. It also proves to be a problem when Taiga-as-Marie needs to go to the toilet. In the end, though, it turns out he can somehow change clothes, [[HandWave Taiga's grandma saying he was just making assumptions]].



* SureLetsGoWithThat: When Leo mistakes [[spoiler:Marie('s body) for Taiga's little sister (since Marie!Taiga took the name "Bijogi Marie")]], Taiga just decides to go with the flow instead of denying. [[spoiler:As a result, Leo concludes that he has to beat Taiga to date his "little sister".]]

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* SureLetsGoWithThat: When Leo mistakes [[spoiler:Marie('s body) for Taiga's little sister (since Marie!Taiga took the name "Bijogi Marie")]], Taiga just decides to go with the flow instead of denying.denying it. [[spoiler:As a result, Leo concludes that he has to beat Taiga to date his "little sister".]]



* YouFightLikeACow: Downplayed in chapter 16, in that the insult exchange happens before the duel begins, but Marie and Lilth comply to the tradition nonetheless.
* WackyMarriageProposal: Leo proposes to Marie in chapter 10 after she downs a bowl of udon he offers to her. Problem is, after that Marie goes to sleep so Leo unwittingly proposes to ''Taiga''. [[WrestlerInAllOfUs He's welcome with a German Supplex]] and [[LoveAtFirstPunch falls for Marie even harder.]]

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* YouFightLikeACow: Downplayed in chapter 16, in that the insult exchange happens before the duel begins, but Marie and Lilth Lilith comply to the tradition nonetheless.
* WackyMarriageProposal: Leo proposes to Marie in chapter 10 after 10 after she downs a bowl of udon he offers to her. Problem is, after that Marie goes to sleep so Leo unwittingly proposes to ''Taiga''. [[WrestlerInAllOfUs He's welcome welcomed with a German Supplex]] Suplex]] and [[LoveAtFirstPunch falls for Marie even harder.]]


* TinyTyrannicalGirl: Lilith, the queen of the campus and daughter of a big executive, is ''tiny'' (about a head shorter than Marie, who isn't that tall herself), but she has an army of flunkies that will remind you not to get on her bad side.

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* TinyTyrannicalGirl: Lilith, the queen of the campus and daughter of a big executive, the Principal, is ''tiny'' (about a head shorter than Marie, who isn't that tall herself), but she has an army of flunkies that will remind you not to get on her bad side.


* TinyTyranicalGirl: Lilith, the queen of the campus and daughter of a big executive, is ''tiny'' (about a head shorter than Marie, who isn't that tall herself), but she has an army of flunkies that will remind you not to get on her bad side.

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* TinyTyranicalGirl: TinyTyrannicalGirl: Lilith, the queen of the campus and daughter of a big executive, is ''tiny'' (about a head shorter than Marie, who isn't that tall herself), but she has an army of flunkies that will remind you not to get on her bad side.


* TheNapoleon: Lilith, the queen of the campus and daughter of a big executive, is ''tiny'' (about half a head shorter than Marie, who isn't that tall herself), but she has an army of flunkies that will remind you not to get on her bad side.


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* TinyTyranicalGirl: Lilith, the queen of the campus and daughter of a big executive, is ''tiny'' (about a head shorter than Marie, who isn't that tall herself), but she has an army of flunkies that will remind you not to get on her bad side.

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* GenerationXerox: Marie's flashback in chapter 15 is chock-full of lookalikes from two centuries ago, including what is apparently Taiga and Anna's ancestors, who helped her flee to Japan.


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* TheNapoleon: Lilith, the queen of the campus and daughter of a big executive, is ''tiny'' (about half a head shorter than Marie, who isn't that tall herself), but she has an army of flunkies that will remind you not to get on her bad side.


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* YouFightLikeACow: Downplayed in chapter 16, in that the insult exchange happens before the duel begins, but Marie and Lilth comply to the tradition nonetheless.


* DeadpanSnarker: Marie has her moments, like telling Taiga to die and be reincarnated to die again in their "dream".

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Chapter 12 shatters the fourth wall into a million pieces, from Taiga and Anna somehow responding to each other's thoughts to Leo starting a flash back, interrupting it, and Taiga calling him out for "wasting a panel" before starting the flashback again, where Taiga and Anna respond to the floating narration.
* DeadpanSnarker: Marie has her moments, like telling Taiga to die and be reincarnated to die again in their "dream". Anna is also slowing becoming this, as she discovers Taiga's less commendable personality traits.


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* SureLetsGoWithThat: When Leo mistakes [[spoiler:Marie('s body) for Taiga's little sister (since Marie!Taiga took the name "Bijogi Marie")]], Taiga just decides to go with the flow instead of denying. [[spoiler:As a result, Leo concludes that he has to beat Taiga to date his "little sister".]]


* LivingMacGuffin: The goal of the Knight Templars [[spoiler:is to use Marie to revert the world back to the pre-democracy era.]]

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* LivingMacGuffin: The goal of the Knight Templars [[spoiler:is to use Marie to revert the world back to the pre-democracy era.era, though it's unclear how exactly.]]


* LivingMcGuffin: The goal of the Knight Templars [[spoiler:is to use Marie to revert the world back to the pre-democracy era.]]

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* LivingMcGuffin: LivingMacGuffin: The goal of the Knight Templars [[spoiler:is to use Marie to revert the world back to the pre-democracy era.]]


* BigEater: Downplayed, but you have to be quite gloutonous to down a entire bowl of udon without chopsticks.

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* BigEater: Downplayed, Downplayed regarding quantity, but you Marie's brain seems to be in her stomach nonetheless. You have to be quite gloutonous to down a entire bowl of udon without chopsticks.


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* DemocracyIsBad: The Knight Templar higher ups seems to believe that democracy is responsible for the corruption and decay the world has fallen into.


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* LivingMcGuffin: The goal of the Knight Templars [[spoiler:is to use Marie to revert the world back to the pre-democracy era.]]

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