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One battle comes to an end, giving some crew members a temporary reprieve. Adolf takes on the Terraformars in an emotional, virulent counterattack. Terra Formars is a Sci-Fi, Action Drama anime full of tragedy. after a couple of space missions have ended in disaster after running into giant. Terra Formars is a Japanese manga series written by Yū Sasuga and Michio Fukuda. As a third expedition is assembled questions are raised about the true origin of the Terraformars and their connection with an unknown disease afflicting .. OVAs · Japanese television series endings · Adventure anime and manga.

Operation after his relatives were gone. Although he was able to go to school, he was kept under a strict duty of confidentiality in addition to the surveillance and health inspection. In his time being an experiment for the M. One day while he was outside of the school eating a loaf of a bread, he met Rosa Zypries and eventually formed a relationship with her. After marrying her and having a child, Adolf was enraged to discover that the child was the result of an affair his wife was having.

The child did not have an M. Despite this, Adolf could not bring himself to confront or divorce his wife, afraid of losing the only person that made him feel "human. Annex I Arc A. Edit He is first seen escorting Eva Frost as a candidate for the M. After Plan Delta was initiated and Squad 5 safely landed, Adolf's team is attacked in a valley area by the Terraformars. He desperately tries to protect his squad, even going as far as overdosing on the drug to keep his immense powers going when they become captured with the net launchers.

Recently a team named Bugs 1 went to Mars to exterminate the roaches, since the atmosphere had developed enough that the moss alone could finish the job.

However, contact was lost with them almost immediately after arrival. Now it is the time of the second expedition, Bugs 2. Upon arriving, the team found out what caused Bugs 1 to lose contact: Having hyper-evolved in the last years hinted due to alien influencethey are now 7 ft tall cavemen-like humanoid creatures who posses their original proportional strength as bugs 50 times their body massand the seeming ability to keep evolving against anything that can kill them.

However, the company that sent out Bugs 2 knew this was going to happen, and had prepared for it. The team members are all able to take on aspects of other creatures in the animal kingdom, and use that proportional abilities and unique insect powers to fight back against the nearly endless hordes of roaches. Very explicit and bloody, and in many ways is a Spiritual Successor to Gantz.

Now has a Character Sheet in the works. This manga provides examples of Absurdly Sharp Blade: Pretty much any character who has an adaptation which gives them a blade. Newton, the product of a centuries long experiment of selective breeding applied to humans.

His Mars ranking is 1 and it is still unclear if he has even undergone the M. While this generally applies to any of the female cast, Michelle stands out as an example of an Action Girl amongst a cast of them.

The bugs as a whole. A Day in the Limelight: Several characters are given at least half an episode which explains their backstory and why they came on the mission.

Several others unfortunately, suffer from We Hardly Knew Ye. Michelle as the stand out example, again. For instance Bugs 1 is annihilated by the first prequel chapter and there are only two survivors from Bugs 2 by the end of the first volume.

Before the end of the second chapter, the main male character's girlfriend is given a One-Hit Kill in the first encounter with the bugs. This almost doesn't need to be said. While the actual attributes and abilities of the insects they are based on are true, you can't just turn humans into human-bug hybrids outside of the X-Men.

Not to say anything about the roaches' hyper-evolution, which is less like evolution and closer to the adaptation ability of the Borg. To further complicate matters the moths that were left on Mars seem to be evolving even faster than the cockroaches. Showing fingers on their bodies. Despite basically being a foodsource for the cockroaches that strengthens them.

Then there's the fact that all this takes place in an atmosphere related to be the equivalent of meters above sea level. All of this stems from the enigmatic A.

Virus, which Earth's governments want to use to increase the success rate of the M. Yu Sasuga is clearly a big fan of Kamen Riderespecially considering one of the most sympathetic characters in Bugs 2 was a locust-human.

The squad leaders of the Annex. Every single one of them gets a moment to shine, and unlike some of their subordinates, they aren't scared of the Terraformars. God Lee of Bugs 2, the ground beetle-human.

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Was also the first to die in combat against the roaches. George Smiles of Bugs 1. First human to kill a Terra Formar without any special surgery, abilities, or tricks. Quite literally in one of our main characters. Specifically, he's a Japanese Giant Hornet. Marcos has a real bad case of them in episode 4 when Shelia is killed and it continues into episode 5. Better to Die than Be Killed: Adolf's squad is mostly still alive when they're being taken away in the same nets they were supposed to use on the Terraformars.

After he dies however, they all flee the crater, leaving his squad to perish in the explosion.


They all have a smile on their face as they await the inevitable, though this end was arguably better than being dissected alive by the Terraformars. Zigzagged repeatedly throughout the show: Subverted at some points, where it seems a character is having, or going to have, a heroic moment, only for them to then get brutally killed by one of the Terraformars.

In other instances it's played straight, and they do end up rescuing someone, like Alex hurling metallic balls from far away to save Marcos from imminent death, then giving him another dose of medicine to allow him to resume fighting.

Or when the squad leaders all show up to deal with the bugs that got onto the Annex I ship somehow. If a human dopes on too much of the transformation drug, they become too insectoid and cant transform back, becoming more biologically insect than human. Since an insect's biology is not meant for a human sized creature, Reality Ensuesand the person in question dies.

The TV cut of the anime as seen on Crunchyroll has the gory parts obviously censored to an almost unwatchable degree. Brainwashing for the Greater Good: Victoria Wood attempts this on a pair of newly hatched roaches. It doesn't work out very well for her.

Bring My Brown Pants: Eva pees in her pants out of terror when a Terraformars approaches her in episode 3. NOT Played for Laughs. Brought Down to Normal: Several of Squad 1 are hit by something that appears to be a missile that deactivates their insect powers. Several of them are then killed when some Terroformars show up after hiding in the ground. Though in a twist, the human are more bug-like when transformed than the roaches. Characters Dropping Like Flies: In the first volume, and during several chapters once the Annex reaches Mars.

Chased by Angry Natives: What happen during the Bugs missions is clearly a variation of this trope. Adolf Reinhardt's son may not be his own as his wife was having an affair at the time, and his son fails to gain any of his father's experiment genes. Made more explicit in the anime, where the paternity test turns out negative.

Genetic relationship between father and son: Bao's clones invoke this when they were revealed, and each has his own personality and dreams in life. Cockroaches Will Rule the Earth: Cockroaches hyper-evolved after an experiment to terraform Mars developing humanoid shape and intelligence.

Nothing can kill him while he's in his hibernation state. Balanced by the fact that he has to sleep during it, and it's the only power he has. There are instances where it's horribly averted, such as in episode 2 when the Terraformars first show up on the ship.

But then there's other instances where they go down left and right, such as when Marcos was going through an Unstoppable Rage moment shortly after Sheila's death in episode 4. And usually when it's one character facing off against one specialized Terraformars, they often give the heroes a little trouble before ultimately getting defeated. Human presence apparently equals this in the universe of Terraformars, as well on Earth and on Mars.

Only Japan seems to be an exception. Actually, the characters who believe it are wrong. The manga can't exist without this trope. Yukari is losing hope and lashes out at him constantly, but he's found a donor in a foreign country! Except it wasn't true.

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After barely surviving a match against a grisly bear, he's told Yuriko died and there was never a donor. She was all he had in his life, and truly loved her, except he never actually said it to her face. Now he has a motivation to help cure those with the same disease by getting the Mosaic Organ Operation and going to Mars. When he was 15 years old he saw his best friend, Nanao Akita, being abused by her stepfather, as he often did.

Enraged, he attacked and killed him to save Nanao. When they were both 22, Shokichi underwent the surgery to follow Nanao on the BUGS 2 mission, after which they wanted to live a peaceful life together. On their arrival, the two encounter a cockroach and peaceful Nanao convinces Shokichi to talk to it instead of attacking. In the blink of an eye, the girl Shokichi loves and has dedicated his life to protecting has her neck snapped by the Martian and collapses.

With her final breath, she asks him not to transform because she doesn't want to see him being violent like when he killed her stepfather.

After all of his efforts to keep her safe, his best friend and beloved was taken from him in a second.

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He later refers to his dead friend when recruiting Akari, as they both have lost someone thanks to these creatures. And during the Annex 1 mission, another girl who loved him dies in his arms. This poor guy can't catch a break! He has stated that he is from the poorest background on the mission. He grew up in Thailand and had a best friend named Ploy. When Thien realized that she had been sold into prostitution, he went looking for her in the city.

He spent the rest of his time before joining the BUGS 2 mission living on the city streets. When the entire team gets attacked and overpowered by the roaches, he overdoses on the drug to save Ichiro. The overdose causes his human form to literally fall apart as he transforms into a giant locust before dying.

With his last breath, he tells Ichiro and Shokichi that he has grown to like them because of their will to live, which a cold insect-like man like him never had. Ichiro Hiruma While growing up, Ichiro was the oldest of eleven kids and had a sick mother. Her only wish was for Ichiro to go to Tokyo University so that he could get a prestigious job. All he wanted was to make a good living to support his ill mom and siblings, but this betrayal would cost him everything and he'd never trust anyone again.

This desperate need for money is what drove him to become part of the BUGS 2 crew and risk his life with the rest of them. However, Ichiro's sad story has a happy ending. He's one of the two survivors of that mission and he managed to become the nd Prime Minister of Japan! He worked day in and day out without rest and was always by himself. The day before his wedding, he also had a very important deadline to meet and he worked harder than ever to do it on time.

In the wee hours of the day he was supposed to get married, the program he was working on bugged out, but left it as it was so he could make it to his wedding.

He was still late and his bride was pissed. His boss found out about the bug and tore him a new one. The stress was such that he got sick and quit his job. His marriage immediately broke apart, he got divorced and was all alone.

Alexander Asimov Alexander Asimov grew up as an orphan. Once he was old enough he joined the army and then fell in love at first sight with Gina S. Gina rejected him repeatedly, but he could see himself building a family with her so he didn't give up. He stalked her daily but Gina knew her father wouldn't approve. Her father being Sylvester Asimov, a.

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Alex's first meeting with Sylvester started with a punch to the face and that was the case every time after that. Gina softened up and gave Alexander makeovers to try and make him look like someone her father would approve of, with little to no success. Finally, Alexander won Gina's heart with his dedication and Sylvester eventually gave Alexander a chance. The two got married and pretty soon, Gina was pregnant. Alexander couldn't believe he finally had the family he'd never had.