5 favorite visual gags from Ranma 1/2

Ever since I wrote about the troubling ways Ranma 1/2 deals with femininity, I was left thinking about the things I do like about Rumiko Takahashi’s works. One of them it’s the ways she express humor through her art. There are visual gags and quirks that can be found in practically all her works, but Ranma 1/2 it’s made of them, basically, which helps give the story that “anything goes” nonsense vibe.

That’s why I think it’s fitting to focus on this work to highlight said gags. Although there are plenty of them that I enjoy, some certainly amused me more than others. Here are my favorites:

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