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The ghosts of Kenshin's past have come to wreck havoc upon his future. Not only must Kenshin, Sanosuke, and Yahiko fight to save their adopted home from imminent destruction, they must fight for their lives as well. Graphic Novels. Not only must Kenshin, Sanosuke, and Yahiko fight to save their adopted home fr One of the most popular manga series in the world now in an omnibus format.
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Seeking to break the impasse, the masked puppet master Gein prepares to unleash his greatest creation, IwanbM Version Three. Now the battle has three fronts: Sanosuke vs. Inui Banjin and his indestructible gauntlets, Yahiko vs. Gein's latest toy. Not wanting to be left out of the fun, SaitM Hajime happens by His senses numbed and his fighting capabilities severely impaired, Kenshin struggles to defend himself from an assassin's blade, but just as he decides to sacrifice himself, Tomoe dedicates herself to saving Kenshin. Out of all the sorrow and bloodshed is born a new Kenshin.
His senses numbed and his fighting capabilities severely impaired, Kenshin struggles to defend himself from an assassin's blade, but just as he decide Nobuhiro Watsuki ; Nobuhiro Watsuki Packed with action, romance and historical intrigue, Rurouni Kenshin is one of the most beloved and popular manga series worldwide. Nobuhiro Watsuki ; Nobuhiro Watsuki Held captive and running out of hope, Megumi must face a life of suffering or a peaceful death. Nobuhiro Watsuki ; Nobuhiro Watsuki Action, romance, and historical intrigue help make Nobuhiro Watsuki's Rurouni Kenshin, the tale of a wandering swordsman set against the backdrop of the Meiji Restoration, one of the most popular Shonen Jump titles among fans to date.
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Henya was modeled after Matsubayashi Henyasai, a swordsman in the early Edo period who possessed "avoidance techniques," which would now be called acrobatics in the modern era. Henya's design model was a bat with a streamlined head and "a little bit" of Cyborg from Cyborg Because he had to hide the fact that it was just a costume, the author portrayed Version One as a very mysterious character, but the design kept changing and he became a "weird, but likable personality. Version Three had to fight Kenshin and therefore was made into a "powerful suit. But elements of Victor and Sasquatch from Vampire Hunter were also incorporated, making him "cuter.
Version Three's full body tattoo was added to give him the look of a "battling tribe" from an undeveloped world, but Watsuki said it does not look that good. Peter English.
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Saizuchi's talents lie not in battle-abilities, but his proficient use of words. Having taken Fuji in after he was nearly killed, Saizuchi reminds Fuji that he has to repay him. The overall model for Saizuchi is a villainous elf who tricks the giant in what Watsuki was told is a Finnish folktale called "Frost Giant"; he combined that with an "image of a giant-robot pilot.
Watsuki said that the large size of Director-General Luchi's head would "freak me out. Watsuki felt that of all the Juppongatana, Saizuchi got the "short end of the stick" since the character did not have a chance to fully display what his "massive brain could do. Considered a freak by everyone around him, one day he was attacked and almost killed but Saizuchi found him and took him in. Saizuchi keeps telling Fuji that he owes him for saving his life and uses that to control him. The idea for a giant originated from the God-Soldier in the Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind , after Watsuki saw the film.
He wondered if it would "even be interesting" for Kenshin to fight a giant, but could not let it go and so decided to have Fuji fight Hiko instead. Watsuki revealed that he and his editor both had doubts about actually doing it because Fuji was so big, but friends and assistants told him it would be fun and he was pleased that it seemed to have paid off. Fuji also utilized inspiration from what Watsuki was told is a Finnish folktale called "Frost Giant", in which a monster-like giant is revealed to have a heart.
The design was inspired by the first Eva in Neon Genesis Evangelion. The face originated from Eva 2, but Watsuki's assistants believed the design looked too similar. So his then-assistant Hiroyuki Takei created a "skull-like riff on Eva 1" and Watsuki added the biting of his helmet's anchor rope feature, finishing Fuji's helmet face.
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Watsuki tried "very hard" to keep the body from being too similar to the Eva. Fuji's actual face originates from Dogura Magura in Arabian Lamp-Lamp by Takeshi Obata; Watsuki wanted to work with the concept of a "monstrous character who's still somehow good looking," which Watsuki says Dogura Magura is "the epitome of. The group agreed to then disband and whoever gets to Kenshin first, gets to kill him. But because he created villains with no ideals or beliefs, this made it difficult to portray them as an enjoyable read.
The younger brother of Yukishiro Tomoe , Enishi seeks revenge against Kenshin for killing his sister fifteen years earlier. Gein originated from serial killer Ed Gein , who made lampshades and chairs out of corpses, combined with the puppet master required by the story.
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Watsuki suggested Gein might have been one of the most popular of the Six Comrades based on the many negative comments he got when he unveiled his face, like he did with Han'nya. He wanted to "challenge a good-looking masked character like Char from Gundam. Gein had no model in terms of physical design; his costume mixes the outfits worn by stage crew and a skull mark from his "necromancer" image. This minimal "highlights" outfit was a successful experiment for Watsuki's next work where he hoped to have fewer highlights to save time.
While shown to be a relatively selfless person when first introduced, his nature is later distorted until he reaches the point of insanity. However, Kenshin refused, saying that he did not want to kill any more than he needed to and that Kujiranami should live in the new era.
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Already feeling that he had been robbed of a warrior's pride and era, being robbed of a warrior's death was the last straw for Kujiranami. Enishi gave Kujiranami an Armstrong cannon to replace his missing arm which Kujiranami uses to blow up the Akabeko and Chief Uramura 's home. Yahiko is the only one around to fight Kujiranami at the time and manages to hold him off until Kenshin arrives and cuts off his grenade launcher, which returns his sanity. Moved to tears by Yahiko's words, Kujiranami accepts that he was wrong, apologizes to Kenshin and turns himself back into the police.
Watsuki originally planned to make Enishi one-handed, but after considering the problems involving a one-handed swordsman facing the skilled Kenshin and deciding that "boss fights" should simply involve a sword versus a sword, he made Kujiranami one-handed instead. Kujiranami was going to be the Terminator-like character that Watsuki initially planned for Usui, but the idea was scrapped again due to him and his assistants being exhausted at the time.
He felt that Apocalypse's lips are "quite interesting," so he gave Kujiranami similar lips. Another theme used is "macho middle age fatness," which the author enjoyed depicting. He is the student of Tatsumi who was killed by Kenshin fifteen years ago. Inui does not seek to avenge his master's death, whom he calls a loser, but is using it as an excuse to fight and prove how powerful he is. Banjin is arrested by the police afterwards. Originally considered for the Juppongatana, Inui started as a "camouflage costume character.
His personality is that of a "very lively idiot" and is taken from Kazama Kangetsu in Samurai Spirits.
Kangetsu was also the design model for the character, specifically the version of Kangetsu that appears at the end of the game. Watsuki said that because a lot of different concepts went into Inui, he looks weird, which the author greatly regrets. He also regrets him looking too much like Kangetsu, and vowed that this would be the last time he uses Samurai Spirits as a design. However, Watsuki said he likes Inui quite a bit, and would like to create more of these "stupid types" in his next work.