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Samurai Executioner

Samurai Executioner

In a prison world, there are few good stories, and this is the world of Kubikiri Asa, the beheader and master samurai under the Shogun. It's a world full of vengeance, greed, and violence. A world of depravity and sin. One man can set things straight if he can keep his wits. This is a story of extreme proportions, of sword study thick in tradition and with grim purpose, of blood rivers, agonizing screams, bondage, torture, and the evil prevalent in human failure.

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Ai no Kake Hashi

Ai no Kake Hashi

It's the age of Civil Wars. After Kamemaru, a page, receives patronage from a feudal lord, he becomes a plaything of the impotent lord every night. Then, one day, he encounters Nakajou, a samurai in charge of the rice-tax delivery, and the two fall into a forbidden relationship.

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Muyounosuke

Muyounosuke

Recounts the remarkable feats of an outlaw bounty hunter renowned as Rabid Dog. Follows the hero as he rescues the weak and battles the mighty.

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Sengoku

Sengoku

Mounted warriors line up and rush to the assault. Brandishing swords on horseback, the warriors slash at each other... This kind of image of feudal combat is all a lie. Well, then, how did Samurai really fight? A declaration of war has now been made against the lie of combat that was forged during the Edo period, and continued uncontested to this very day.

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Samurai Gun Gekkou

Samurai Gun Gekkou

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The Shinsengumi

The Shinsengumi

In Kyoto, in the late 1800s, the son of a local book-binder, Kyujuro Fukakusa sees his father murdered before his eyes and vows revenge. In his quest for justice, he answers the recruitment call of the Shinsengumi (or "The new squad") a newly-formed special brigade of samurai loyal to the shogun. There he meets fellow recruit and proficient swordsmen, the enigmatic Daisuke Kamakiri. Despite the gap in their fighting skill levels, the two forma close bond, but can it survive the age of upheaval that is descending on "The Wolves of Mibu?"

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Tange Sazen

Tange Sazen

This is a two-story collection featuring a story about a pot of gold, and another about an early attempt to open up Japan 40 years before the Perry Expedition.

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Aza

Aza

Tokugawa Era came to the end when the Meiji Restoration began. The manga describes the admirable personality of Ryouma Sakamoto, Oryou, and Shintaro, and other men, men who were called "dogs."

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