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''Hero Bank'' is a multimedia franchise created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the ''VideoGame/SuperMonkeyBall'' and ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's ''[[Magazine/CoroCoroComic Monthly CoroCoro Comic]]''. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaptation is available via Crunchyroll.

The series takes place TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture where the public can join in a virtual fighting game called "Hero Battles". To be able to participate in these games, they must use [[PoweredArmor special fighting hero suit-type armor called Bankfons G]] or Hero-Gis in Japanese. It centers on a young elementary student named Kaito Gosho, who ended up signing a business contract to secure a Bankfons G suit called [[ICallItVera Enter the Speed]] since he is willing to help others to resolve their problems. However, the contact also forces Kaito to take the responsibility of paying a 10 Billion Yen debt. To help solve the problem Kaito got himself into, he decides to enter Hero Battles and win money from the various matches to pay off the debt when he can. Kaito is later helped by his friends, who also enter the games. As they got in more Hero Battles games, they later get involved in a conspiracy that threatens the survival of the game, which dates back from when Hero Battles was first created.

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''Hero Bank'' is a multimedia franchise created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the ''VideoGame/SuperMonkeyBall'' and ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 2014, and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's ''[[Magazine/CoroCoroComic Monthly CoroCoro Comic]]''. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaptation is available via Crunchyroll.

The series takes place TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture where the public can join in a virtual fighting game called "Hero Battles". To be able to participate in these games, they must use [[PoweredArmor special fighting hero suit-type armor called Bankfons G]] or Hero-Gis in Japanese. It centers on a young elementary student named Kaito Gosho, who ended up signing a business contract to secure a Bankfons G suit called [[ICallItVera Enter the Speed]] since he is willing to help others to resolve their problems. However, the contact also forces Kaito to take the responsibility of paying a 10 Billion Yen debt. To help solve the problem Kaito got himself into, he decides to enter Hero Battles and win money from the various matches to pay off the debt when he can. Kaito is later helped by his friends, who also enter the games. As they got in more Hero Battles games, they later get involved in a conspiracy that threatens the survival of the game, which dates back from when Hero Battles was were first created.


->''"Having a man scream, [[SuddenlyShouting HEEEEEROOOOOOOOO BANKUUUU]] will never get old for me."''
-->-- Sega Driven's [[http://www.segadriven.com/2014/09/video-spotlight-new-hero-bank-2-trailer-features-gameplay-shouting-and-a-child-being-flushed-down-a-toilet/ article on the announcement of Hero Bank 2]].

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->''"Having a man scream, [[SuddenlyShouting "[[SuddenlyShouting HEEEEEROOOOOOOOO BANKUUUU]] BANKUUUU]]" will never get old for me."''
-->-- Sega Driven's [[http://www.segadriven.com/2014/09/video-spotlight-new-hero-bank-2-trailer-features-gameplay-shouting-and-a-child-being-flushed-down-a-toilet/ article on the announcement of Hero Bank 2]].
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!!The video games consist of the following tropes:

* ImpossiblyCoolClothes[=/=]AndYourRewardIsClothes: Depending on how one obtains his or her hero suit, some of them are considered S-ranked.

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!!The video games consist of the following tropes:

* ImpossiblyCoolClothes[=/=]AndYourRewardIsClothes:
!!''Hero Bank'' provides examples of:
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Depending on how one obtains his or her hero suit, some of them are considered S-ranked.S-ranked.
* TheCameo: Several that double as shout outs. Funasshi, the unofficial pear-fairy mascot of Funabashi City in Chiba Prefecture, makes an appearance in ''Hero Bank 2'' as a playable suit. Likewise, Sonic and Shadow the Hedgehog also show up. A hero suit of Bahn also shows up.



* TheCameo: Several that double as shout outs. Funasshi, the unofficial pear-fairy mascot of Funabashi City in Chiba Prefecture, makes an appearance in ''Hero Bank 2'' as a playable suit. Likewise, Sonic and Shadow the Hedgehog also show up. A hero suit of Bahn also shows up.




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* RunningGag: Whenever Maki Kashii is present, Kaito often pronounces her name wrong. A lot.

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* RunningGag: RunningGag:
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Whenever Maki Kashii is present, Kaito often pronounces her name wrong. A lot.



* [[SwissArmyWeapon Swiss Army Tool]]: The Bankfon: it's a phone, pager, television, light switch, and allows the characters to hero battle.

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* [[SwissArmyWeapon Swiss Army Tool]]: SwissArmyWeapon: The Bankfon: it's Bankfon is a phone, pager, television, light switch, and allows the characters to hero battle.



* [[spoiler:SoLastSeason: Kaito's Enter The Hero which was used to beat the Money Ghost and Justice Dollar in the first season gets creamed by Ryuuga Tennouji in the third episode of the second season.]]

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* [[spoiler:SoLastSeason: Kaito's SoLastSeason: [[spoiler:Kaito's Enter The Hero which was used to beat the Money Ghost and Justice Dollar in the first season gets creamed by Ryuuga Tennouji in the third episode of the second season.]]



* WhamEpisode: Near the end of "Battle of the Century ¥ Challenge Segalion!!", Kaito and his friends learn the identity of Money Ghost [[spoiler:who is none other than the creator of "Hero Battles", Adachi Sumimori]].

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* WhamEpisode: Near the end of "Battle of the Century ¥ Challenge Segalion!!", Kaito and his friends learn the identity of Money Ghost [[spoiler:who is none other than the creator of "Hero Battles", Adachi Sumimori]].Sumimori]].
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''Hero Bank'' is the latest [=IP=] created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's ''[[Magazine/CoroCoroComic Monthly CoroCoro Comic]]''. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaptation is available via Crunchyroll.

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''Hero Bank'' is the latest [=IP=] a multimedia franchise created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball ''VideoGame/SuperMonkeyBall'' and Yakuza ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's ''[[Magazine/CoroCoroComic Monthly CoroCoro Comic]]''. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaptation is available via Crunchyroll.


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''Hero Bank'' is the latest [=IP=] created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's ''[[Magaine/CoroCoroComic Monthly CoroCoro Comic]]''. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaptation is available via Crunchyroll.

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''Hero Bank'' is the latest [=IP=] created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's ''[[Magaine/CoroCoroComic ''[[Magazine/CoroCoroComic Monthly CoroCoro Comic]]''. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaptation is available via Crunchyroll.


''Hero Bank'' is the latest [=IP=] created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's Monthly Corocoro Comic. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaption is available via Crunchyroll.

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''Hero Bank'' is the latest [=IP=] created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's ''[[Magaine/CoroCoroComic Monthly Corocoro Comic. CoroCoro Comic]]''. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaption adaptation is available via Crunchyroll.


'''Hero Bank''' is the latest [=IP=] created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's Monthly Corocoro Comic. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaption is available via Crunchyroll.

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'''Hero Bank''' ''Hero Bank'' is the latest [=IP=] created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza series. It's published by Creator/{{Sega}} and it consists of several video games (Arcade and Nintendo [=3DS=] with ''Hero Bank'' released on March 20, 2014 and ''Hero Bank 2'' released on November 27, 2014), a trading card game, an anime adaptation made by [=TMS=] Entertainment, which first aired on Japanese television via [=TV=] Tokyo on April 7, 2014 that consists of 50 episodes, directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, and a manga adaptation published by Shogakukan's Monthly Corocoro Comic. [[NoExportForYou Unlike the games that aren't released outside of Asia]], the anime adaption is available via Crunchyroll.


* ConspicuousCG: The battles, doubles as an ArtShift due to how different they look compared to the stuff around it.

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* ConspicuousCG: The battles, doubles as an ArtShift due to how different they look compared to the stuff around it.them.

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* ConspicuousCG: The battles, doubles as an ArtShift due to how different they look compared to the stuff around it.

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* RealityWarper: The Money Ghost.

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* GroinAttack: Happens in a funny way to Kaito in episode 38.

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** Kaito mispronouncing words and relating everything to butts.

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* IdiotHero: '''Kaito'''
* LaResistance: Many characters make up a national resistance against the Seven Gods of Suits in the second season.

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