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Manga / Miyuki-chan in Wonderland

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Poor Miyuki-chan is Late for School. As she hurries down the street, a girl in a bunny outfit skateboards by. The bunny girl enters a portal, and Miyuki-chan falls in. It's like Wonderland, except with an entirely female cast and being significantly more perverted. After a series of misadventures, Miyuki-chan wakes up, is late for school, and as she hurries down the street, a girl in a bunny outfit skateboards by.

The next part involves her getting sucked into the looking glass. Similar craziness ensues.

And that was just the anime version. The manga version has even more adventures for her as Miyuki keeps dreaming one Homoerotic Dream after another.

The standard Miyuki-chan adventure goes like this:

  1. Miyuki is doing some mundane task or viewing some fiction.
  2. Things start getting a lot stranger. Miyuki will likely be sucked into the fiction.
  3. If it hasn't already, the world becomes much Hotter and Sexier. Les Yay abounds.
  4. Miyuki protests most or all of what's happening.
  5. Miyuki wakes up.
  6. Some evidence shows up that it wasn't just a dream or she's still in the dream.

Probably CLAMP's most titillating work ever.

Miyuki-chan in Wonderland provides examples of the following tropes:

  • Adaptation Distillation: Just covers the first couple chapters.
  • Adaptation Expansion: Expands on the first couple chapters.
  • Affectionate Parody: The chapter with the fighting waitresses is pretty blatantly a Shout-Out to Variable Geo.
  • All Women Are Lustful: Played straight with the other characters. Double-subversion with Miyuki when you remember that this is all in her head.
  • Amazon Brigade
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: In one translation at least, Miyuki seems more worried that she's being made late for school rather than having seemingly fallen into another dimension.
  • Bitch Slap: The chess pieces in Mirrorland remove a piece by walking up to them and slapping them in the face, at which point their clothes vanish and they run off the board in shame.
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  • Black Comedy Rape: Miyuki gets sexually harassed by quite a few ladies.
  • Cat Girl: The Cheshire cat is a redhead wearing a striped sexy cat outfit.
  • Chick Magnet: Miyuki herself.
  • Clothing Damage
    • Miyuki's outfit tends to get ripped up over the course of a chapter.
    • Also during the human chess game in the anime, when one of the pieces is captured all her clothes disappear.
  • Crossover
  • Cute Monster Girl: Miuki dreams of so many girls like this.
  • Dominatrix: The Queen of Hearts has a spiked corset (even over her breasts) and a whip. She tries to "punish" Miyuki, while her servants beg to be punished by her.
  • Double Standard: Rape, Female on Female: Other women's sexually predatory behavior towards Miyuki is generally portrayed as some combination of comedic and titillating. Then again, considering it happens over the course of a series of homoerotic dreams Miyuki is having...
  • Down the Rabbit Hole
  • Dream Within a Dream: Possibly done in other episodes/chapters but explicitly done in chapter one of the manga and episode one of the anime.
  • Ecchi: This gets very explicit at times, like when the chess pieces have their clothes vanish.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Pretty much every female character is attracted to Miyuki and most of them act on it.
  • Fanservice: About half the tropes used in this work.
  • Fanservice with a Smile: Chapter four of the manga.
  • Fetish: It's implied a lot of the goings on are secretly Miyuki's kinks.
    "I've never been turned on by chess pieces before!"
  • Fluffy Fashion Feathers: Humpty Dumpty is a grandly dressed lady (just sitting in an egg), who wears a feather wrap.
  • Fur Bikini: Quite a few girls wear various kinds, from the Cheshire cat(girl) wearing a fuzzy one piece, to devil girls wearing fur bras.
  • Gender Flip: Every character parodied that was originally male.
  • Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: The only CLAMP work to be this titillating, at least on purpose.
  • Girls' Love: A primary focus despite no meaningful relationships.


Alternative Title(s): Miyuki Chan In Wonderland


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