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* TheMole: [[spoiler:Kalenback's second-in-command in the anime. She's not a warmonger and shown to question his aggressive behaviour, following his orders only to the end when she forces him to stand down--and then shoots him when he tries to kill Kiefer.]]



* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Kalenback's second-in-command in the anime. She's not a warmonger and shown to question his aggressive behaviour, following his orders only to the end when she forces him to stand down--and then shoots him when he tries to kill Kiefer.]]


* WhamEpisode: Episode ten.

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* WhamEpisode: Episode ten.ten -- [[spoiler:Suzuri is mistaken for Rin at a protest rally and is killed by the police]].


''Rideback'' is a {{manga}} written by Tetsurō Kasahara and first published by Shogakukan from 2003 to 2009. It was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[TheEmpire Global]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Government Plan]], or GGP, (known as the Global Government Force, or GGF, in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance Border Military Alliance (BMA)]] wished to overthrow the GGP and their authoritarian rule.

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''Rideback'' is a {{manga}} written by Tetsurō Kasahara and first published by Shogakukan from 2003 to 2009.2008. It was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[TheEmpire Global]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Government Plan]], or GGP, (known as the Global Government Force, or GGF, in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance Border Military Alliance (BMA)]] wished to overthrow the GGP and their authoritarian rule.


''Rideback'' is a {{Manga}} that was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009, based on a manga published in 2003. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[TheEmpire Global]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Government Plan]], or GGP, (known as the Global Government Force, or GGF, in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance Border Military Alliance (BMA)]] wished to overthrow the GGP and their authoritarian rule.

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''Rideback'' is a {{Manga}} that {{manga}} written by Tetsurō Kasahara and first published by Shogakukan from 2003 to 2009. It was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009, based on a manga published in 2003.2009. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[TheEmpire Global]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Government Plan]], or GGP, (known as the Global Government Force, or GGF, in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance Border Military Alliance (BMA)]] wished to overthrow the GGP and their authoritarian rule.


* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: The Ridebacks and other vehicles are clearly CG compared to other elements in the show.

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* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: TwoDVisualsThreeDEffects: The Ridebacks and other vehicles are clearly CG compared to other elements in the show.


* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: The Ridebacks and other vehicles are clearly CG compared to other elements in the show.



* ConspicuousCG: The Ridebacks and other vehicles are clearly CG compared to other elements in the show.

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* BareYourMidriff: Tamayo Kataoka


''Rideback'' is a {{Manga}} that was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009, based on a manga published in 2003. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[TheEmpire Global]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Government Plan]], or GGP, (known as the Global Government Force, or GGF, in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance Border Military Alliance (BMA)]] wished to overthrow the GGP.

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''Rideback'' is a {{Manga}} that was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009, based on a manga published in 2003. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[TheEmpire Global]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Government Plan]], or GGP, (known as the Global Government Force, or GGF, in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance Border Military Alliance (BMA)]] wished to overthrow the GGP.GGP and their authoritarian rule.


''Rideback'' is a {{Manga}} that was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009, based on a manga published in 2003. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName GGP]] (known as the GGF in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance BMA]] wished to overthrow the GGP.

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''Rideback'' is a {{Manga}} that was made into a TwelveEpisodeAnime produced by Studio Creator/{{Madhouse}} in 2009, based on a manga published in 2003. [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture In the near future]], an organization called the [[TheEmpire Global]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName GGP]] Government Plan]], or GGP, (known as the GGF Global Government Force, or GGF, in the manga) had taken control of the world. As they maintained order in society, the citizens quietly accepted their existence. However, a smaller resistance group, the [[LaResistance BMA]] Border Military Alliance (BMA)]] wished to overthrow the GGP.


Following Rin Ogata, a promising up-and-coming ballet dancer, ''Rideback'' chronicles her story after she suffered a serious injury and subsequently quit ballet. Years later, during university, she came across a club building and soon finds herself intrigued by a transforming motorcycle-like vehicle called a [[CoolBike Rideback]]. She finds that her unique ballet skills with balance and finesse make her a born natural on a Rideback; as Rin becomes entangled in the government's affairs, she finds herself struggling to come to terms with both herself and the world around her.

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Following Rin Ogata, a promising up-and-coming ballet dancer, ''Rideback'' chronicles her story after she suffered a serious injury and subsequently quit ballet. Years later, during university, she came comes across a club building and soon finds herself intrigued by a transforming motorcycle-like vehicle called a [[CoolBike Rideback]]. She finds discovers that her unique ballet skills with balance and finesse make her a born natural on a Rideback; as Rin becomes entangled in the government's affairs, she finds herself struggling to come to terms with both herself and the world around her.


* PublicDomainSoundtrack: ''Music/PicturesAtAnExhibition" is a frequently played as Rin's motif.

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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: ''Music/PicturesAtAnExhibition" The "Great Gate of Kiev" from ''Music/PicturesAtAnExhibition'' by Music/ModestMussorgsky is a frequently played as Rin's motif.


* BadassBiker: Rin, plus most of the Mushashino Rideback Club.

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* BadassBiker: Rin, plus most of Rin and the Mushashino Rideback Club.Club's members are highly skilled in operating Ridebacks.



* FellIntoTheCockpit: An interesting variation as Rin did not come across the Rideback via fighting. She just wandered into a school club's warehouse and was given the opportunity to ride it, becoming nearly an InstantExpert.
* FinalBattle: One DanceBattler against [[spoiler:a squad of enemy robots.]] Sadly, we don't see as much of the fight, only just described, as an amazed news crew gives a play-by-play account.
* ForeignLanguageTheme: The anime's opening is a Mell song (who also did the ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' intro); ''presumably'' it's in English. Good luck deciphering the lyrics on your own, though.

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* FellIntoTheCockpit: An interesting variation as Rin did not come across encounters the Ridebacks by chance after wandering into the Rideback via fighting. She just wandered into a school club's warehouse on campus and was given the opportunity to ride it, becoming nearly an InstantExpert.
immediately finds herself at home with one.
* FinalBattle: One DanceBattler against [[spoiler:a squad of enemy robots.]] robots]]. Sadly, we don't see as much of the fight, only just described, as an amazed news crew gives a play-by-play account.
* ForeignLanguageTheme: The anime's opening is a Mell song (who also did the ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' intro); ''presumably'' it's intro) that is performed in English. Good luck deciphering the lyrics on your own, though.English.


* FellIntoTheCockpit: An interesting variation as Rin did come across the Rideback via fighting. She just wandered into a school club's warehouse and was given the opportunity to ride it, becoming nearly an InstantExpert.

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* FellIntoTheCockpit: An interesting variation as Rin did not come across the Rideback via fighting. She just wandered into a school club's warehouse and was given the opportunity to ride it, becoming nearly an InstantExpert.


* FourIsDeath: The show takes a darker turn after the fourth episode and culminates with [[spoiler: Suzuri's death]] in episode 10.

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* FourIsDeath: The show takes a darker turn after the fourth episode and culminates with [[spoiler: Suzuri's death]] in episode 10.ten.



* GracefulInTheirElement: Rin is unsure of herself in the time [[spoiler:after her injury that compels her to leave dancing.]] But her discovery that [[spoiler:a Rideback responds to her commands as her own body in dance]] re-energizes her.

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* GracefulInTheirElement: Rin is unsure of herself in the time [[spoiler:after her injury that compels her to leave dancing.]] But dancing]], but her discovery that [[spoiler:a Rideback responds to her commands as her own body in dance]] re-energizes her.leads Rin to regain her confidence.



* LaResistance: A notable nested example, as the GGP was originally a resistance group which opposed [[AmericaTakesOverTheWorld American interventionism]]. No one was more surprised than the GGP when they ''won'', taking America's place as the world's only superpower. However, in the ten years since then, increasing abuses on their part has made many of its former supporters(among them [[spoiler:[=RideBack=] Club president Tenshiro Okakura AKA "Goblin"]]) realize that it was a FullCircleRevolution. This has, in turn, led to the rise of the BMA.

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* LaResistance: A notable There's a nested example, as the GGP was originally a resistance group which opposed [[AmericaTakesOverTheWorld American interventionism]]. No one was more surprised than the GGP when they ''won'', won, taking America's place as the world's only superpower. However, in the ten years since then, increasing abuses on their part has made many of its former supporters(among supporters (among them [[spoiler:[=RideBack=] Club president Tenshiro Okakura AKA "Goblin"]]) realize to appreciate that it was a FullCircleRevolution. This has, in turn, led to the rise of the BMA.



* OptOut: When Rin's brother is framed for murder and she realizes that she might have to hurt people, Rin proves unable to bear the burden of being a member of LaResistance and quits just as the rebellion prepares to strike.

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* OptOut: When Rin's brother is framed for murder and she realizes realises that she might have to hurt people, Rin proves unable to bear the burden of being a member of LaResistance and quits just as the rebellion prepares to strike.



* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Kalenback's second-in-command in the anime. She's not a warmonger and shown to question his aggressive behavior, following his orders only to the end when she forces him to stand down--and then shoots him when he tries to kill Kiefer.]]

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* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Kalenback's second-in-command in the anime. She's not a warmonger and shown to question his aggressive behavior, behaviour, following his orders only to the end when she forces him to stand down--and then shoots him when he tries to kill Kiefer.]]


* GracefulInTheirElement: Rin is unsure of herself in the time [[spoiler:after her injury that compels her to leave dancing.]] But her discovery that [[spoiler:a Rideback responds to her commands as her own body in dance]] re-energises her.

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* GracefulInTheirElement: Rin is unsure of herself in the time [[spoiler:after her injury that compels her to leave dancing.]] But her discovery that [[spoiler:a Rideback responds to her commands as her own body in dance]] re-energises re-energizes her.



* LaResistance: A notable nested example, as the GGP was originally a resistance group which opposed [[AmericaTakesOverTheWorld American interventionism]]. No one was more surprised than the GGP when they ''won'', taking America's place as the world's only superpower. However, in the ten years since then, increasing abuses on their part has made many of its former supporters(among them [[spoiler:[=RideBack=] Club president Tenshiro Okakura AKA "Goblin"]]) realise that it was a FullCircleRevolution. This has, in turn, led to the rise of the BMA.

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* LaResistance: A notable nested example, as the GGP was originally a resistance group which opposed [[AmericaTakesOverTheWorld American interventionism]]. No one was more surprised than the GGP when they ''won'', taking America's place as the world's only superpower. However, in the ten years since then, increasing abuses on their part has made many of its former supporters(among them [[spoiler:[=RideBack=] Club president Tenshiro Okakura AKA "Goblin"]]) realise realize that it was a FullCircleRevolution. This has, in turn, led to the rise of the BMA.



* OptOut: When Rin's brother is framed for murder and she realises that she might have to hurt people, Rin proves unable to bear the burden of being a member of LaResistance and quits just as the rebellion prepares to strike.

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* OptOut: When Rin's brother is framed for murder and she realises realizes that she might have to hurt people, Rin proves unable to bear the burden of being a member of LaResistance and quits just as the rebellion prepares to strike.



* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Kalenback's second-in-command in the anime. She's not a warmonger and shown to question his aggressive behaviour, following his orders only to the end when she forces him to stand down--and then shoots him when he tries to kill Kiefer.]]

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* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Kalenback's second-in-command in the anime. She's not a warmonger and shown to question his aggressive behaviour, behavior, following his orders only to the end when she forces him to stand down--and then shoots him when he tries to kill Kiefer.]]

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