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Yurikuma Arashi is an anime series produced by Kunihiko Ikuhara and Silver Link, about female students at Ararshigaoka Academy after an invasion of the earth by bears.

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Why does Arashigaoka Academy share a name with Wuthering Heights?

I am currently reading Aoi Hana, in which students at a girls' school put up a production of Wuthering Heights. Out of curiosity, I went to Google to determine whether the Takarazuka Revue ever ...
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Why does Lady Kumaria look like Sumika?

In the final episode of Yuri Kuma Arashi, Lady Kumaria regains her true form and appears before Kureha. Lady Kumaria clearly resembles Sumika Izumino, who was Kureha's girlfriend before she was killed ...
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In the anime continuity, is there any parallel to Lulu's mistake with the King of Ginko's castle?

In episode 8, we learn that Yuriika was rescued, as an "unwanted bear", by someone who is only referred to with male pronouns. This person visually reminded me of Ginko's mother in the Yuri Kuma ...
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How do the various Yurikuma Arashi adaptations relate to each other?

Since I liked Revolutionary Girl Utena and Mawaru Penguindrum, I'd like to watch the Yuri Kuma Arashi anime, particularly since it's spawned some interesting questions on this site. Now, Wikipedia ...
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When was the Day of Severance?

We know that the Day of Severance had to have happened some time after Kureha was born. Indeed, it must have occurred sometime after Ginko and Kureha became friends (i.e. after they met on the snowy ...
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Is there a meaning behind the paintings in Tsubaki Kureha's living room?

In episode 7 of Yuri Kuma Arashi, I noticed that Liberty Leading the People was hanging on the wall in Tsubaki Kureha's living room: Here's an image of the full painting: I get the symbolism of ...