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Sometimes just casually mentioned, but eventually played for comic effect as the camera or lead character just fails to catch them.
Sometimes the character is never seen because the viewer is, in essence, this character and thus share viewpoints. In this case the viewers are probably being used as The Watson.
If a disembodied voice—"Yes Ma, I'm coming!
Not the Great Gazoobut occurs in similar range of plot devices. For a concept, item, or Cyrano de bergerac persuasive piece, rather than a person, see Cryptic Background Reference. If it's an event, you can check out Noodle Incident. Often overlaps with No One Sees the Boss.
Compare and contrast with The Faceless where a character's face is never visible. For a character who is frequently mentioned but never seen because they died before the story began, see Posthumous Character and Death by Origin Story.
For a character whose existence can only be inferred see Unknown Character. For actual ghosts and spirits, see Our Ghosts Are Different. Worrellan advertising icon who later starred in a television show called Hey Vern, It's Ernest!
Naota's older brother Tasuku, only appearing as a silhouette in an episode 2 flashback and as a picture with his American girlfriend in a later episode, which is of course obscured by glare.
Medical Mechanica remains a near-complete mystery throughout the series. We never see anything of them other than the giant clothing iron in the center of the city, and the occasional killer robot that pops out of Naota's head. The Pirate King Atomsk nearly becomes this trope, only being alluded to with a mysterious symbol on Canti's monitor and Naota's forehead whenever he's harnessing his power, with the first time he's even referred to by name being at the end of the second-to-last episode.
He makes his first and only appearance in the last few minutes of the season. In FLCL Progressive he appears during the end credits of each episode, but viewers who haven't seen the first season might not recognize him since he's back to being referred to in vague terms and hasn't been mentioned by name.
Maison Ikkoku has several ghosts: Ichinose started out like this, but he did eventually appear in a story where his appearance was the main focus. Oddly enough, he recognized everyone from Maison Ikkoku on sight, and knew many things about them. However, none of the tenants recognized him.
He continued to make appearances in expected places for the rest of the manga's run. Kyoko's deceased husband, Soichiro. While partly a Posthumous Charactereven when he IS shown in flashback any exposed skin face, hands is blacked out.
In universe, Godai, Kyoko's new love interest, never even gets to see a picture of him until nearly the end of the series when he sees a picture from Kyoko's first wedding.
Toji's sister in Neon Genesis Evangelion started out as this. In fact, her full name isn't even given in the show itself. She receives a first name, "Natsumi", in the PS2 game Neon Genesis Evangelion 2 and even becomes Suddenly Voicedbut even in that game, her mugshot only shows a silhouette.
She reappears in Rebuild 3. The sensei who Shinji lived with before the series began; we don't even know their gender.
Lina's older sister Luna in Slayers. She's mentioned several times especially in TRYbut we never do see her on screen, or in the novels that the anime was based on.From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes, the SparkNotes Cyrano de Bergerac Study Guide has everything you need to ace quizzes, tests, and essays.
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