Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Manga / Kizuna

Go To



* ProfessionalKiller: Roy and J.B. [[CaptainObvious The guns and kill-people-for-money thing gives it away]].

to:

* ProfessionalKiller: Roy and J.B. [[CaptainObvious The guns and kill-people-for-money thing gives it away]].away.

Added DiffLines:

* WeddingRingRemoval: On a few occasions, both Kei and Ranmaru have to pocket their engagement ring to avoid awkward questions that would give their relationship away.


* MayDecemberRomance: Masa was - apparently - in his mid to late teens when Kai was born. He spends the majority of Kai's childhood acting like his big brother... which is why he has more than a few issues with how he feels about him later on. Kai, otoh, doesn't see the problem.


* RedHeadedHero: Ranmaru


'''''Kizuna: Bonds of Love''''' is a yaoi manga, authored by Kazuma Kodaka. Released in 1994 and ending with the release of the final volume in 2008, it allegedly was one of the first and most popular manga [[{{Yaoi}} to feature a homosexual relationship]]. It also spawned 3 [=OVAs=].

to:

'''''Kizuna: Bonds of Love''''' is a yaoi manga, authored by Kazuma Kodaka.Creator/KazumaKodaka. Released in 1994 and ending with the release of the final volume in 2008, it allegedly was one of the first and most popular manga [[{{Yaoi}} to feature a homosexual relationship]]. It also spawned 3 [=OVAs=].


[[quoteright:338:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/423359.jpg]]

to:

[[quoteright:338:http://static.[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/423359.jpg]]
org/pmwiki/pub/images/rsz_423359.png]]

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:338:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/423359.jpg]]


* NamesToknowInAnime: The OAV series has a top-notch voice cast: RyotaroOkiayu (Ranmaru), Creator/KeijiFujiwara (Kei), Creator/RyoHorikawa (Kai), Creator/AkioOhtsuka (Masa), Creator/AkikoHiramatsu (Yuki).
** TheOtherDarrin: In the second OAV series, Creator/KazuyaIchijo replaces Creator/KeijiFujiwara as Kei.


'''''Kizuna: Bonds of Love''''' (絆 KIZUNA~恋のから騒ぎ~, Kizuna: Koi no Kara Sawagi?) is a yaoi manga, authored by Kazuma Kodaka. Released in 1994 and ending with the release of the final volume in 2008, it allegedly was one of the first and most popular manga [[{{Yaoi}} to feature a homosexual relationship]]. It also spawned 3 [=OVAs=].

to:

'''''Kizuna: Bonds of Love''''' (絆 KIZUNA~恋のから騒ぎ~, Kizuna: Koi no Kara Sawagi?) is a yaoi manga, authored by Kazuma Kodaka. Released in 1994 and ending with the release of the final volume in 2008, it allegedly was one of the first and most popular manga [[{{Yaoi}} to feature a homosexual relationship]]. It also spawned 3 [=OVAs=].



* {{Yaoi}}: A staple of Yaoi series.

to:

* {{Yaoi}}: A staple of Yaoi series.


** TheOtherDarrin: In the second OAV series, KazuyaIchijou replaces Creator/KeijiFujiwara as Kei.

to:

** TheOtherDarrin: In the second OAV series, KazuyaIchijou Creator/KazuyaIchijo replaces Creator/KeijiFujiwara as Kei.


* NamesToknowInAnime: The OAV series has a top-notch voice cast: RyotaroOkiayu (Ranmaru), Creator/KeijiFujiwara (Kei), RyoHorikawa (Kai), Creator/AkioOhtsuka (Masa), Creator/AkikoHiramatsu (Yuki).

to:

* NamesToknowInAnime: The OAV series has a top-notch voice cast: RyotaroOkiayu (Ranmaru), Creator/KeijiFujiwara (Kei), RyoHorikawa Creator/RyoHorikawa (Kai), Creator/AkioOhtsuka (Masa), Creator/AkikoHiramatsu (Yuki).


* TheOneThatGotAway: variations on this are all through the series. Even Ranmaru and Enjouji's relationship has traces of this. However, the only couple that play this without variation is Jack and Roy - followed by standard NewOldFlame.



* TheOneThatGotAway: variations on this are all through the series. Even Ranmaru and Enjouji's relationship has traces of this. However, the only couple that play this without variation is Jack and Roy - followed by standard NewOldFlame.


* NamesToknowInAnime: The OAV series has a top-notch voice cast: RyotaroOkiayu (Ranmaru), KeijiFujiwara (Kei), RyoHorikawa (Kai), AkioOhtsuka (Masa), AkikoHiramatsu (Yuki).
** TheOtherDarrin: In the second OAV series, KazuyaIchijou replaces KeijiFujiwara as Kei.

to:

* NamesToknowInAnime: The OAV series has a top-notch voice cast: RyotaroOkiayu (Ranmaru), KeijiFujiwara Creator/KeijiFujiwara (Kei), RyoHorikawa (Kai), AkioOhtsuka Creator/AkioOhtsuka (Masa), AkikoHiramatsu Creator/AkikoHiramatsu (Yuki).
** TheOtherDarrin: In the second OAV series, KazuyaIchijou replaces KeijiFujiwara Creator/KeijiFujiwara as Kei.


Kizuna: Bonds of Love (絆 KIZUNA~恋のから騒ぎ~, Kizuna: Koi no Kara Sawagi?) is a yaoi manga, authored by Kazuma Kodaka. Released in 1994 and ending with the release of the final volume in 2008, it allegedly was one of the first and most popular manga [[{{Yaoi}} to feature a homosexual relationship]]. It also spawned 3 [=OVAs=].

to:

Kizuna: '''''Kizuna: Bonds of Love Love''''' (絆 KIZUNA~恋のから騒ぎ~, Kizuna: Koi no Kara Sawagi?) is a yaoi manga, authored by Kazuma Kodaka. Released in 1994 and ending with the release of the final volume in 2008, it allegedly was one of the first and most popular manga [[{{Yaoi}} to feature a homosexual relationship]]. It also spawned 3 [=OVAs=].



* NonLinearStory: No, you did not miss four books between chapter 1 and chapter 2. Yes, you are going to have to pay ''really'' close attention to things like uniforms, scars and hair-cuts if you want to try to figure out which stories and chapters go where in the overall storyline. No, the chapters that interrupt story arcs haven't been accidentally put in the wrong place. And yes, expect multiple character origins told ''after'' they've been introduced for a couple of volumes. For anyone who gets lost, Kei's long hair and Masa's scar are good temporal landmarks.

to:

* NonLinearStory: [[AnachronicOrder Non-Linear Story]]: No, you did not miss four books between chapter 1 and chapter 2. Yes, you are going to have to pay ''really'' close attention to things like uniforms, scars and hair-cuts if you want to try to figure out which stories and chapters go where in the overall storyline. No, the chapters that interrupt story arcs haven't been accidentally put in the wrong place. And yes, expect multiple character origins told ''after'' they've been introduced for a couple of volumes. For anyone who gets lost, Kei's long hair and Masa's scar are good temporal landmarks.

Added DiffLines:

* MatchMakerQuest: In order to get out of an ''omiai'', Masa stages a confrontation where his intended bride-to-be's straight-laced boyfriend is exposed to her angry father. When the man meekly stands up to Masa to defend his love, Masa ''immediately'' praises him and gives them his full blessing, thus forcing her father to do the same.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 27

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report