Gifuu Doudou!! Kanetsugu to Keiji

Gifuu Doudou!! Kanetsugu to Keiji

Gifuu Doudou!! Kanetsugu to Keiji Episode 7 - The Truth Spoken to the Moon

Kanetsugu and Keiji discuss with the ghost of Nobunaga on what happened with Kanetsugu bringing the folding fan back to Echigo. A young Kanetsugu, otherwise known as Higuchi Yoroku, went back to Echigo, preparing for his possible death when he learned of his true lineage. He meets with the father who raised him, Higuchi Souemon, and they both go to see Uesugi Kenshin's older sister, Sentouin, where he learns the entire truth of his past.

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Brad Brad says

If you somehow managed to enjoy Gifuu Doudou then you should really take a look at JoJo's Bizarre Adenture (2012).

Gifuu Doudou is full of manly men being men with the odd fighting scene, so if that interested you in the slightest then JoJo should blow your mind. It has seriously manly men fighting in epic battles, dudes shouting all the time, a script full of awesome catchphrases and over the top action at every turn.

And if you hated Gifuu Doudou, then watch JoJo anyway, it's a thousand times better in every way possible.

Thrawn Thrawn says

The greatest thing they have in common? Incredibly manly men. The men are RIPPED. Bristling with muscles that threaten to make their clothing explode if they flex, giant necks bigger than the length of both your hands, larger than puny wussier non-muscular (Everybody is nonmuscular in comparison) and just so crazily buffed that it's pure testosterone.

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