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Most of the sources stated that Lupin III is half-French, half-Japanese - sources: 1, 2, 3, 4. There are also sources that state that his nationality is unknown - sources: 1, 2. But according to this: Lupin is half-French, half-Japanese, though Monkey Punch, Lupin's creator himself said (in materials to promote the first Lupin movie) that he considered ...


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Lupin is a globe-trotting thief which makes it rather difficult to build meaningful relationships with women. You can perhaps relate his situation to that of another philandering gallivanter in James Bond. Bond is another who is skilled when it comes to women (no doubt through years of experience) and flits from one to the next at the drop of a hat. When ...


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Coming into this super late, but thought I may as well give you an answer. In fact, Lupin calls Zenigata とっつぁん (tottsan), which is indeed a very rustic variation of お父さん (otou-san). This variation can very aptly be likened to "pops" in English. Just like how one might refer to the grouchy old bartender in the diner as "pops" in English, so too does Lupin (...


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Different to a lot of other anime franchises, almost all stories in Lupin are independent of the others so there is no required viewing order to understand them. All you really need to know is who the characters are. But if you want to have some hints for watching the tv series, take a look at this. And if you are interested in the movies, specials and OVAs,...


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