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The purpose of this page is to list occurences of Gendo Pose (also known as [http://lurkmore.com/wiki/index.php?title=Memes Ambassador Pose]) in other anime and manga; other types of Gendo lookalikes may also be included at editors' discretion.  
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The purpose of this page is to list occurences of Gendo Pose (also known as [http://www.lurkmore.com/wiki/Memes#G Ambassador Pose]) in other anime and manga; other types of Gendo lookalikes may also be included at editors' discretion.  
  
 
While it started out as an offshoot of [[Tributes to Neon Genesis Evangelion in other Anime and Manga|Tributes to Evangelion]], this page is not concerned with whether or not these findings are related to Evangelion in any way. Although it includes all the poses mentioned in Tributes and considered to be genuine nods to Evangelion - these are usually from shows that also contain other, more obvious references - chances are most of the poses here are entirely unrelated to it. Gainax didn't invent the pose, and some of the shows here, such as ''Detonator Orgun'', are indeed older than Evangelion. Folding one's hands in front of one's face as a sign of deep thoughts and/or cunning plans appears to be a rather common character design trope in anime. Gendo simply is the most profilic member of this vast family of posers, and this page exists simply for cheap laughs.
 
While it started out as an offshoot of [[Tributes to Neon Genesis Evangelion in other Anime and Manga|Tributes to Evangelion]], this page is not concerned with whether or not these findings are related to Evangelion in any way. Although it includes all the poses mentioned in Tributes and considered to be genuine nods to Evangelion - these are usually from shows that also contain other, more obvious references - chances are most of the poses here are entirely unrelated to it. Gainax didn't invent the pose, and some of the shows here, such as ''Detonator Orgun'', are indeed older than Evangelion. Folding one's hands in front of one's face as a sign of deep thoughts and/or cunning plans appears to be a rather common character design trope in anime. Gendo simply is the most profilic member of this vast family of posers, and this page exists simply for cheap laughs.

Revision as of 00:42, 3 January 2010

Who is this guy? He looks like some kind of evil ambassador.
Did someone just say "Gendo Pose?"

The purpose of this page is to list occurences of Gendo Pose (also known as Ambassador Pose) in other anime and manga; other types of Gendo lookalikes may also be included at editors' discretion.

While it started out as an offshoot of Tributes to Evangelion, this page is not concerned with whether or not these findings are related to Evangelion in any way. Although it includes all the poses mentioned in Tributes and considered to be genuine nods to Evangelion - these are usually from shows that also contain other, more obvious references - chances are most of the poses here are entirely unrelated to it. Gainax didn't invent the pose, and some of the shows here, such as Detonator Orgun, are indeed older than Evangelion. Folding one's hands in front of one's face as a sign of deep thoughts and/or cunning plans appears to be a rather common character design trope in anime. Gendo simply is the most profilic member of this vast family of posers, and this page exists simply for cheap laughs.

So, without further ado, enjoy the bestiary.

The Gendo Pose
Random American military commander from Blood+
Gourou, the president of the cosplay club, from Cosplay Complex
Director Foreston from Detonator Orgun
Gilda from El Hazard: The Alternative World
Producer Kitayama from Excel Saga
Rikdo Koshi, Excel Saga
Yao's father from Miami Guns (opening animation)
Yao's Father again (episode 7)
Becky from Pani Poni Dash
Dantalion from Shakugan No Shana
Chief Kachou from You're Under Arrest (first TV series)
Rammy from Sol Bianca: The Legacy
Chief Oosugi from Dai-Guard
Mr. Joker from Read or Die
Miria Jenius from Macross 7
Airi Masaki from Tenchi Muyo GXP
Shiro Amada from Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team
Gihren Zabi from the video game Mobile Suit Gundam: Journey to Jaburo.
Chronicle Asher from Victory Gundam
Zechs Merquise from Gundam Wing
Random Gundam Wing cannon fodder
Fixx Bloodman from Gundam X
Sergei Smirnov from Gundam 00
AEU politicians from Gundam 00
Gilbert Durandal from Gundam SEED Destiny
Gen Fudo from Aquarion (TV series)
The president of the Allied Governments from Gravion
Huey Laforet from Baccano!
Eneus(as Fuyutsuki) and Eitarou Sakuma(as Gendo), from Macademi Wasshoi



Bizarro multipart entries etc. that require longer desriptions go here.

Death Note

Roger being shockingly cool

Considering the nature of the series, it's not very surprising that Death Note features tons of characters doing the pose. The posers include:

  • Light Yagami
  • Soichiro Yagami
  • Chief Kitamura
  • Takeshi and Hatori, from the Yotsuba Group
  • Roger Ruvie, the superindend at Wammy's House
  • Aizawa
Two handsome devils
Chief Kitamura


Hellsing Ultimate

Hellsing is a series full of crazy, scheming bastards, who all seem to love the pose. Glowing glasses and stylish gloves add to the fabulousness.

Integra Hellsing, manlier than most men
"Gentlemen, I like war."


Zipang

Zipang, a WWII time travel anime made in 2004, features a truly mind-boggling variant of the pose, courtesy of captain Umezu.

Good god