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Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann has had a number of extra animated shorts and side episodes produced for release on DVD sets or bundled with other products, including 15 "Parallel Works" music videos, a minute episode bundled with the DS game, a video manga called "Viral's Sweet Dream," and a director's cut version of episode 6. The DVDs of Maria-sama ga Miteru contain shorts with the characters in chibi-format, called Maria-sama ni wa Naisho "Don't tell Maria-sama"in which the makers poke mild fun at events in the series with the characters as Animated Actors.
When They Cry manga volumes tend to have at least two omakes.
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The anime also has omakes of their own. The sound novels have bonuses too. At the end of every Future Diary volume, there is an Omake that explains certain things easy to miss in the main work, or reveals a little about other Future Diary holders. One notable strip has Nekonome-sensei reading a fan mail asking how the girls' Magic Pants work. Possibly the only thing weirder than the series itself. In the start of the Yu-Gi-Oh! He would also occasionally include bonus games at the end of chapters, sometimes based on the games in question that the characters played a mini-version of the Monster World Tabletop RPGa monster-battle maze game based on the Player Killer Meikyuu Brothers, etc.
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Likewise in the GX manga, his student Naoyuki Kageyama would insert small Yonkomas about his life as a Mangaka student. Like how he was thrust with doing the GX manga by a drunk Takahashi. Fairy Tail has these at the end of most volumes. Included are special missions, a dating misunderstanding, a tour of the local girls' dormitory while searching for treasure, a High School A.
The latest one details Lucy's adventure in invading Natsu's house instead of the other way around for once. Several have already been incorporated into the anime, and two of these have been adapted into full-length OVAs.
Black Lagoon is somewhat well-known for having hilarious omakes, which are different for the anime and manga. Zettai Karen Children has a lot of these in form of bonus art panels often in colorbut there are also two major examples: The Lighter and Softer supplemental 4-panel strips, usually two of them before the beginning of each chapter.
These 4-panel strips often break the fourth wall, but they are also apparently canonical, having some connections even if weak with the main story.ブルーシード おまけ Blue Seed Omake Special Episode 13 English Subbed
In at least one case one of these side stories was actually a prelude to one of the main story's arcs. Tokyo Ghoul features several in every volume, with a few of them making it into the anime as an after-credits joke.
While almost all are of a humorous nature, those that aren't complete crack are often at least hinted to be canon. Fortunately they've been archived. And now a properly animated omake exists, except 1. Comic Books Many comic books—and more-so graphic novels and trade paperbacks—include bonus material in the form of script pages and artwork such as sketches, layouts, character designs, etc.
Sometimes they'll also come with a collectable trading card or poster, but that's sort-of a thing of the past. In this story, Spider-Man and Wolverine switch bodies and try to live one day each other's lives.
They barely last 3 hours. They are on the verge of beating the crap out of each other before Jean Grey steps in and sets things right. The issue starts with the author speaking directly to the audience, almost apologizing for the story.
Having been accused of excessive padding in past story arcs, the author jokes that even he could not pad the story for more than two issues. The issue also pokes fun at some of the more mundane aspects of Spidey's powers which most people take for granted, especially Peter.
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Detective Comics had a rare after-story "what if" segment that showed what would have happened to Robin if the villain of the story had actually killed Batman. This was in During the 80's, several DC Comics titles would feature "backup stories" in the last five or six pages of each issue.
Most notably, the Green Lantern series was backed up with Tales of the Green Lantern Corps, short one-shot stories that would feature the members of the Green Lantern corps who didn't interact with Earth all that often. All of these were canon, though, and now that the Green Lantern Corps have their own title, that character development is coming in handy.
Oh, and that one story about how the Corps was going to die, written by Alan Moore? Turns out it was important Star Wars Tales featured one-page strips in most issues starring editors Dave Land and Jeremy Barlow, numerous artists, writers and other personnel interacting with the characters.
Featured responses to fan mail, Running GagsBaby Darth Maul and the revelation that all of the strips are drawn by Jawas. Fan Works Advice and Trust: The thread in the Sufficient Velocity forums includes many comedic omakes written by the author and other fans.
Whacky hijinks include Rei getting drunk and her friends trying to cover it up, Asuka singing awfully and Shinji praising her because he is the one has to sleep with her, and Gendo seeing lizard people on the walls. Aeon Natum Engel has several Code: As of this writing, it ended with Creepy! Rei arguing with each other.
The Child of Love: This story has two omakes: In the other the pilots and their friends play an arcade. Children of an Elder God: This story's original homepage included several omakes with crazy scenes one of them written by the author of HERZ in which Kaji goes crazy after reading a "forbidden text"and the newest homepage includes author's notes explaining some scenes or clarifying several homages, as well as an introduction to the Cthulhu Mythos.
Grummancat's DeviantArt page includes tons of bonus material, including extra pictures, fanservice drawings, characters' profiles and additional explanations. She discovers that "Kushinada" refers to an ancient princess whose blood holds the power to stop the ancient monsters known as Aragami by sending them to an eternal sleep. Momiji dismisses the idea that she could be such a person, despite the fact she lives with her mother and grandmother in a shrine in Izumo.
However, she soon changes her mind after vines begin to appear from every crack and opening attempting to capture her as they whisper "Kushinada".
Momiji tries to escape, not knowing that the vines are being employed by a powerful Aragami known as Orochi. She is saved by the man with the magatamas embedded into his hands, who introduces himself as Mamoru Kusanagi. He confronts Orochi using Momiji as bait. The plan fails and the government officials appear again. However, with the last of its strength, it makes a final attempt on Kusanagi. Momiji saves Kusanagi by taking Orochi's blow.
Impaled by the Aragami, instead of dying, she is instead fused with the magatama, more specifically identified as a mitamawhich gives Momiji the ability to sense the presence of other Aragami. The TAC agents explain that they are an organization dedicated to defeating the Aragami, who seek to destroy humanity.
The current Kushinada, Momiji, must aid them because the other Kushinada, Momiji's twin sister, is now dead. Momiji, wishing to discover more about the twin sister she never knew and also to fulfill her destiny, agrees to join the TAC under the protection of Kusanagi, who wishes to destroy his former masters, the Aragami.
The story becomes increasingly complex with the appearance of Murakumo, a man with eight mitamas who kills any Aragami he comes across for his own personal reasons. Kusanagi repeatedly attempts to kill Murakumo. Kaede Kunikida reappears along with a strange energy field in Tokyo, and Murakumo and Kaede's plans soon become clear — they intend to resurrect the god Susanoo and purify the world of humanity's influences, with Kaede acting as the leader of the movement.
It concerns what seems to be a resurgence of aragami actually created via biotechnologyand introduces a new character, Valencia Tachibana.
Like Kusanagi, she was implanted with a mitama without turning into a full aragami. Momiji is the primary protagonist of the series. She is the descendant of the "Kushinada" who actually lives in Izumo where Princess Kushinada lived. An eighth-grade student in middle school, she was unprepared to understand her destiny to battle the Aragami.
She becomes a member of the TAC in order to stop the Aragami from destroying humanity and the world. An ironic twist of fate has Momiji carrying a mitama — an Aragami "soul" — embedded in her chest. At awkward times, Momiji is the recipient of panty shots and jokes about the type of panties she wears. Her relationship with Kusanagi takes a turn for the better during the shielded town incident, where she finally confesses her love for him, and he in turn tells her to wait for him. He was given seven mitama with the expressed mission that when he was older, he would protect the Kushinada from harm.
He was very close to Kaede, Momiji's twin sister, before her sacrifice in the tunnels of Tokyo. After Kaede's demise he initially goes to Momiji to kill her, in order to rid the world of the Aragami. He comes around, however, in the second episode, and from then on makes it his sole purpose to keep Momiji from harm and eventually falls in love with her. Kusanagi often pokes fun at Momiji's choice of panties just to aggravate her. Kusanagi gains his 8th mitama from Momiji when he rescues her from danger in the last few episodes, which gives him the power to fight Murakumo on an even level.
When Kaede and Momiji were born, Mr. Kunikida raised Kaede like his own daughter, but he exploited her ability to track down and kill the Aragami.