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Full Metal Panic!

FMP Mission 01 DVD Cover showing an M9 Gernsback with ECS engaged
フルメタル・パニック!
(Furumetaru Panikku!)
Genre Action, Comedy, Romance, Mecha
Light novel
Author Shoji Gatoh
Illustrator Shikidouji
Publisher Flag of Japan Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher Flag of Canada Flag of the United States Tokyopop[1]
Demographic Male
Published September 9, 1998ongoing
Volumes 20
TV anime
Director Koichi Chigira
Studio GONZO
Licensor Flag of Canada Flag of the United States ADV Films
Flag of Australia Flag of New Zealand Madman Entertainment
Network Flag of Japan WOWOW
Original run 8 January 200218 June 2002
Episodes 24
Manga
Author Retsu Tateo
Publisher Flag of Japan Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher Flag of Canada Flag of the United States ADV Manga
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Monthly Comic Dragon
Original run May 2003April 2005
Volumes 9
Manga: Full Metal Panic! Σ
Author Ueda Hiroshi
Publisher Flag of Japan Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher Flag of Singapore Chuang Yi (English)
Demographic Shōnen
Volumes 7
Manga: Full Metal Panic: Overload!
Author Tomohiro Nagai
Publisher Flag of Japan Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher Flag of Canada Flag of the United States ADV Manga
Demographic Shōnen
Volumes 5
Manga: Full Metal Panic! Surplus
Author Tomohiro Nagai
Publisher Flag of Japan Kadokawa Shoten
Demographic Shōnen
Volumes 1

Full Metal Panic! (フルメタル・パニック! Furumetaru Panikku!?, often abbreviated to FMP!) is a series of light novels written by Shoji Gatoh and illustrated by Shikidouji. The series follows Sousuke Sagara, a member of the covert anti-terrorist mercenary group Mithril, tasked with protecting Kaname Chidori, a spirited Japanese high school girl. FMP Mission 04 DVD Cover This is a DVD cover. ... The action genre is a class of creative works characterised by a greater emphasis on exciting action sequences than on character development or story-telling. ... A comedy is a dramatic performance of a light and amusing character, usually with a happy conclusion to its plot. ... This page is a candidate for speedy deletion, because: it is patent nonsense. ... Mecha anime cover all series that revolve around the use of piloted robotic armors in battle, which is broken down into two subcategories of Super Robot and Real Robot. ... 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Individual chapters are published on Monthly Dragon Magazine, followed by a paperback compilation released by Kadokawa Shoten's Fujimi Fantasia Bunko. The novels are split between stories focusing on Sousuke's mission as a soldier of Mithril and comedic side stories centered on his life at Jindai High School. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require cleanup. ... In Japan, bunkobon (文庫本) are small-format paperback books, designed to be affordable and portable. ... Kadokawa Shoten Publishing Co. ...


Full Metal Panic! has been adapted to other media a number of times, including an animated television series by GONZO in 2002. Animé redirects here. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Gonzo journalism. ...

Contents

Overview

Full Metal Panic! written by Shoji Gatoh and illustrated by Douji Shiki, serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Dragon Magazine since 1998. Shoji Gatoh ), born on July 11, 1971 [1], is a Japanese author from Shiga Prefecture, Japan. ... Kadokawa Shoten Publishing Co. ...


The main story develops its characters carefully, and is the shadow or "unusual" events of the protagonist's life. These stories feature the mercenary group Mithril, their mobile base/submarine, called the TDD-1 Tuatha De Danaan, giant humanoid powered suits called Arm Slaves, and the various missions to which Sousuke Sagara is assigned. A highlight of the series is a serious and semi-realistic view of humanoid robotic weapons on the battlefield. The Arm Slave has significant consideration in its portrayal, with explanations given for its power source, operations, maintenance and pilot user interface. The existence of such advanced weaponry and equipment is explained through Black Technology. Mithril is a fictional paramilitary anti-terrorist organization in the light novel, manga and anime series Full Metal Panic!. Many of the main characters within the series are members of this organization. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Sousuke Sagara Sousuke Sagara ) is a fictional character from the light novel, manga, and anime series Full Metal Panic!. He was portrayed by Tomokazu Seki in the original anime, Chris Patton in the English dub, and Louie Paraboles in Filipino dub. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... A general term describing fictional technology in the light novel, manga and anime series Full Metal Panic!. Full Metal Panic takes places within a parallel world altered by the so called black technology. ...


The comedic segments are the contrasting "normal life" portrayal of a high school student in Tokyo. These segments are in stark contrast to the more serious main story; explosions are symbolic and humorous, and no death results from these visual gags, while in the main story characters are heavily injured and/or perish when hit by a bullet.


This has led to two discrete series of books within the narrative: the collected short stories, and the full novels. As of April 2007, there have been nine novels and ten short story collections published. There is also a significant number of short stories that have not yet been published in a collection, making the stories difficult to find outside back issues of the magazine. The main storyline is still continuing, with the latest novel, "Approaching Nick of Time" released on February 2008. Shoji Gatoh has recently stated in his blog that the next novel will be the 'climax' of the series, meaning it could possibly be the final novel of the series. However, there is no specific details, release date or name for the moment. It will probably begin production next year.


The author's handling and balance between the serious character-driven plot of the full plot arcs, contrasted with the caricature portrayal of the same characters in the comedy arcs, is one of the most lauded aspects of the series.[citation needed]


Characters

This is a list of fictional characters from the light novel, manga, and anime series Full Metal Panic!. Contents Main article: Sousuke Sagara Main article: Kaname Chidori Main article: Kurz Weber Main article: Melissa Mao Main article: Teletha Tessa Testarossa Main article: Gauron Andrei Kalinin Andrei Sergeivich Kalinin (Russian: ) is...

Setting

The series is set in a parallel world, based upon actual world events around the late 20th century to the early 21st century. The story begins in Heisei 10 (1999AD), where the Cold War has yet to end. China has split into a north and south, with Hong Kong being split much like Berlin. The major differences are: Heisei (Japanese: 平成) is the current era name in Japan. ... For other uses, see Cold War (disambiguation). ...

  • China has split into the Peoples Liberation Committee (North China) and the Democratic Chinese Alliance (South China) along the Yangtze River. Kowloon is North Chinese territory, while Hong Kong Island is held by South Chinese forces. Combat in Hong Kong is prohibited by terms of a recent peace treaty.[2][3]
  • A nuclear warhead was used in the 1991 Gulf War. This triggered the Fifth Middle East War.[4]
  • Following the beginning of the fifth Middle East war, the Soviet Union reinvaded Afghanistan successfully.
  • Mikhail Gorbachev was assassinated, and the Perestroika was halted.[citation needed]
  • Significantly different military technology such as Arm Slaves and Black Technology.

Other subtle differences differentiate the fictional world. Common changes are in the Japanese names, as they use homonyms to real life locations. The fictional Jindai (陣代) High School is based on the real life Tokyo Jindai (神代) High School. The closest station to the real life Jindai High School is the Senkawa station, changed from 仙川 to 泉川. The Japanese calendar of Heisei era name is altered from 平成 to 平政. Other geography and names of location in the fictional Tokyo remain identical to reality. The Yangtze River or Chang Jiang (Simplified Chinese: ; Traditional Chinese: ; Pinyin: ), or Drichu in Tibetan (Tibetan: འབ; Wylie: bri chu) is the longest river in Asia and the third longest in the world, after the Nile in Africa, and the Amazon in South America. ... In modern day Hong Kong, Kowloon refers to the urban area made up of Kowloon Peninsula and New Kowloon, bordered by the Lei Yue Mun strait in the east, Mei Foo Sun Chuen and Stonecutters Island in the west, Tates Cairn and Lion Rock in the north, and... The night view of the Island side as seen from the Kowloon side - the opposite side of the Victoria Harbour Hong Kong Island (Traditional Chinese: 香港島; Simplified Chinese: 香港岛; Cantonese Jyutping: hoeng1 gong2 dou2; Mandarin Pinyin: XiānggÇŽngdÇŽo) is the island where the colonial settlement of the Hong Kong territory... For other uses, see Iraq war (disambiguation). ... Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev[1] (Russian: , IPA: ; born 2 March 1931) is a Russian politician. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... A general term describing fictional technology in the light novel, manga and anime series Full Metal Panic!. Full Metal Panic takes places within a parallel world altered by the so called black technology. ... Heisei (Japanese: 平成) is the current era name in Japan. ... An era name was assigned as the name of each year by the leader (emperor or king) of the East Asian countries of China, Korea, Japan, and Vietnam during some portion of their history. ...


These overt divergences in history form the backdrop of the plot, while the less obvious divergences and cause of these differences form the many intriguing mysteries within the narrative.

See also: Whispered

Adaptations

See also: List of Full Metal Panic! media

This is a listing of the Full Metal Panic! light novel books, as well as the anime productions based upon it. ...

Manga

Full Metal Panic! was adapted into a manga on several discrete occasions. The first series was serialized in Newtype by Retsu Tateo, titled “Full Metal Panic”. This is collected in nine volumes, published by Kadokawa Comics. Much like the novel series, a parallel series was written by the same Retsu Tateo, titled “Full Metal Panic!: Comic Mission”. As of June 2006, there are five volumes published. A third and most recent manga adaptation is “Full Metal Panic! Σ (sigma)”, written by Hiroshi Ueda. As of February 2008, there are 7 volumes published in Japanese. Cover of Newtype USA Magazine (November 2003 issue) Newtype is a popular monthly magazine publication originating from Japan, covering anime and manga (and to a lesser extent, tokusatsu, Japanese science fiction and video games). ... Retsu Tateo is the name of the female Japanese graphic novel artist who drew the Full Metal Panic! manga, based on the original light novels by Shouji Gatou. ... Retsu Tateo is the name of the female Japanese graphic novel artist who drew the Full Metal Panic! manga, based on the original light novels by Shouji Gatou. ...


Anime

Full Metal Panic!

Anime title screen (English)

The anime series originally aired in 2002, produced by GONZO Digimation, after its real premiere date was canceled because of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York. The series was licensed for North American release in 2003 by ADV Films, and the manga released by ADV Manga. The first three of the novels form the basis for the Full Metal Panic! anime. Image File history File links Full Metal Panic title screenshot. ... Image File history File links Full Metal Panic title screenshot. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Gonzo journalism. ... The date that commonly refers to the attacks on United States citizens on September 11, 2001 (see the September 11, 2001 Attacks). ... For other uses, see World Trade Center (disambiguation). ... This article is about the state. ... ADV Films logo ADV Films is the home video publication arm of A.D. Vision based in Houston, Texas. ... ADV Manga is the manga publishing division of A.D. Vision, Inc. ...


The animated series follows the events and relationships surrounding Sousuke Sagara, a professional soldier of a covert, international, anti-terrorist mercenary group named Mithril, and Kaname Chidori, a spirited Japanese high school student that, unbeknownst to her, is more than she seems. Sousuke Sagara Sousuke Sagara ) is a fictional character from the light novel, manga, and anime series Full Metal Panic!. He was portrayed by Tomokazu Seki in the original anime, Chris Patton in the English dub, and Louie Paraboles in Filipino dub. ... Terrorism is a controversial term with multiple definitions. ... Mithril is a fictional paramilitary anti-terrorist organization in the light novel, manga and anime series Full Metal Panic!. Many of the main characters within the series are members of this organization. ... Kaname Chidori. ...


Due to his Japanese heritage and young age, Sgt. Sousuke Sagara is selected to go undercover as a transfer student and secretly remain Kaname's undetected bodyguard. With orders only to protect her from abduction by an unknown hostile force, neither Sousuke nor his two fellow Mithril soldiers assigned to the mission - Sgt. Kurz Weber and Sgt. Major Melissa Mao - are told any further details except to remain undetected and avoid drawing attention to their charge. Kurz Weber. ... Melissa Mao Melissa Mao is a fictional character from the light novel, manga, and anime series Full Metal Panic!. Her voice was provided by Michiko Neya in the original anime and by Allison Keith in the English dub. ...


Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu

Also known as FMP? Fumoffu, the side-story was broadcast in 2003. It focuses almost entirely on the high school life of Sagara and Chidori, highlighted in the short story collections. The series was a departure from the serious tone set in the first anime adaptation, with its slapstick humor and comedy focus. It's also one of the first Full Metal Panic series to be supervised by animation studio Kyoto Animation. Summer theme ending Fall theme ending Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (フルメタル・パニック?ふもっふ) is a companion series to the anime series Full Metal Panic! by Kyoto Animation. ... For other uses, see Slapstick (disambiguation). ... Kyoto Animation , often shortened to simply KyoAni) is a Japanese animation studio located in Uji, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. ...


Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid

Main article: Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid

A third anime series was produced by Kyoto Animation in July 2005. It is the proper sequel to the first adaptation, following the events of the two "Full Metal Panic! End of Day By Day" novels. A Second Raid OVA, focusing on Teletha Tessa Testarossa, was released on June 2006. Tessa Teletha Tessa Testarossa ) is a fictional character from the light novel, manga, and anime series Full Metal Panic!. She is portrayed by Yukana Nogami in the original anime, and by Hilary Haag in the English dub by ADV Films and FUNimation Entertainment. ...


Controversy

The American launch of the series, originally planned for 2001, was delayed for several years because Sousuke was from Afghanistan; With potential American sensitivities in mind, the premier was originally canceled outright, then finally put forth, but only after changing Sousuke’s homeland to the fictitious nation of Helmajistan.


Cultural references

  • In Episode 6, "STILL ALIVE", Kaname, Kurz, and Sousuke are surrounded by enemy soldiers. This reminds Kaname about a movie she once saw, which Kurz also vaguely remembers. That movie is Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
  • In Episode 14, "Is Narashino burning?", the lead Arm Slave of the Red Dragon team performs a special move called the "Red Stream Attack". This is a possible reference to the "Jet Stream Attack" used by the Black Tri Stars in the original Mobile Suit Gundam TV series. The captain of the Red Dragons bears a resemblance to Char Aznable with his blond hair, aviator sunglasses and red, sleeveless shirt. "Red Daikon" may have been a reference to "Rem Deikun", Char's birth name. His last line said in that episode is a famous quote from Char Aznable about the mistakes of one's youth. When Sousuke appears in an Arm Slave wearing a pink apron, a Narashino pilot exclaims "It's three times faster than normal", in concurrence with a running joke that anything Char-customized is three times more potent than normal,and that some of Char's custom paint jobs are almost more pink than red. Sousuke himself plays something of a Char Aznable role when, in order to stay anonymous, he wears things to obscure his face, taking the role of "masked pilot" as Char was in Mobile Suit Gundam.
  • The name of Episode 14, "Is Narashino burning?", could be a reference to World War II. Hitler vowed the Allies would never recapture Paris intact - that he would burn it to the ground before allowing that to happen. When he received the news that his French prize was in danger of being retaken, he responded by asking "Is Paris burning?"
  • The background music, "Fighting Man", is reminiscent of the music from the '80s US TV series A-Team.
  • Sousuke, Mao, and Kurz as well as their Arm Slaves appear as playable characters in the anime/mecha crossover game Super Robot Wars Judgment for the Game Boy Advance among other series such as Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Mazinkaiser. Other characters from Full Metal Panic! and Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu, including Chidori Kaname, Tessa, Gauron, and "Bonta-kun" (alternate unit for Sousuke), appear in the game as well.
  • Their second SRW outing is on Super Robot Wars W for the Nintendo DS. Bonta-Kun makes his first appearance in episode 8, causing an argument between Mardukas and Kalinin regarding whether Bonta-Kun is a mascot resembling a bear or a mouse (Bonta-Kun's appearance is limited to FMP? Fumoffu, separate from Merdukas' and Kalinin's appearance in Fumoffu). In episode 32 of the second run of SRWW, Sousuke (in Bonta-Kun outfit) gets to fight Tsukumo Shiratori (from Martian Successor Nadesico), and Tomokazu Seki voices both characters in their respective originals.
  • In the anime The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, the Full Metal Panic anime is referenced in episode 7 when Itsuki yells "Fumoffu" and "The Second Raid" as his battle cries and Nagato deflects attacks in a similar method to the Lambda Driver. Kyoto Animation produced both shows.
  • Lucky Star has several references to Full Metal Panic!:
  1. Konata sings "Sore ga Ai deshou" from Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu as Episode 3's ending song.
  2. In Episode 6, Konata muses about Sousuke shooting a loaded shotgun into a watermelon.
  3. In Episode 12, Kagami briefly thumbs through a Sousuke-Gauron yaoi doujinshi while at Comiket 71.
  4. Throughout the series, a plush doll of Bonta-kun from Fumoffu is seen in Kagami's room.
  5. Yui is seen with a Bonta-kun mask in Episode 5.
  6. In Episode 18, the imagined Sheep Miyuki made the sound Fumoffu
  7. Also in Episode 18, when Kuroi sensei and Konata were arguing, their argument was visualized as if it was a battle between the ARX-7 Arbalest and Gates' Venom in a battle scene reminiscent of Super Robot Wars W.
  8. In episode 22, Konata mentions to Kagami that the light novel she recommended (without a doubt Full Metal Panic) has been adapted into three seasons of anime and complains that the fourth season has no set date for airing.
  9. Several promotional images portray Kagami, known for reading light novels, reading the FMP novels.
  • The Mithril mobile base/submarine, Tuatha de Danann are also a race of people in Irish mythology.

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References

  1. ^ Tokyopop New York ComicCon 2007 (HTML). Anime News Network. Retrieved on 2007-02-24.
  2. ^ Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid, Episode 3.
  3. ^ Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid, Episode 10.
  4. ^ S. Gatou, "The Birth of the Tuatha De Danaan", Voice from the north - Side Arms 2. Fujimi Shobo, 07/2006. ASIN: 4829118423

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