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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to Kitoh's previous work.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to Kitoh's previous work. What it lacks in violence, however, it more than makes up for in innuendo.


* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi [=N1K=] "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.

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* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi [=N1K=] "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) and cute girls puts it firmly in this genre.


''Owari to Hajimari no Miles'' a manga by Creator/MohiroKitoh.

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''Owari to Hajimari no Miles'' is a manga by Creator/MohiroKitoh.


* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi {{=N1K=}} "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.

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* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi {{=N1K=}} [=N1K=] "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.


* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi {=N1K=} "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.

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* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi {=N1K=} {{=N1K=}} "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.


* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi N1K "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.

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* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi N1K {=N1K=} "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.

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* MilitaryMoe: The characters aren't actually in the military, but the heavy emphasis on military vehicles (such as the Kawanishi N1K "Rex" fighter plane the protagonists use to get around) puts it firmly in this genre.


''Owari to Hajimari no Miles'' is one of the more recent works of Creator/MohiroKitoh.

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''Owari to Hajimari no Miles'' is one of the more recent works of a manga by Creator/MohiroKitoh.







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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to Kitoh's previous work.

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* WidgetSeries: It's about a world where machines go after they die, and the people who look after them there. It qualifies for sure.

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* GratuitousLatin: Each chapter has a Latin subtitle.


* Seinen

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* Seinen{{Seinen}}


* CutShort: It abruptly ends in the second volume with no plot resolution

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* CutShort: It abruptly ends in a few chapters after the second first volume with no plot resolutionresolution.



* FurryConfusion: Of a sort. There's no consistant distinction made between the anthropomorphic object-spirits and the objects themselves.


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* RoboSexual: If Gikaku is considered to be a "sentient machine", then Miles's relationship with him is this. It's apparently a standard practice for Spirit Mediums.
* Seinen

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* FurryConfusion: Of a sort. There's no consistant distinction made between the anthropomorphic object-spirits and the objects themselves.

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