WEFOUNDRurouni Kenshin, Volume 7: In the 11th Year of Meiji, May 14th RUROUNI KENSHIN, VOLUME 7: IN THE 11TH YEAR OF MEIJI, MAY 14TH By Watsuki, Nobuhiro ( Author )Sep-01-2004 Paperback


Rurouni Kenshin was the long running best selling series by Nobuhiro Watsuki about a wondering samurai who had given up the way of the hitokiri, or killing, to find a peaceful life in japan. Needless to say, Kenshin Himura, our hero, had a bit more bad blood with people than he figured he would, and ended up having to fight to save the people he got involved with, such as Kaoru Kamiya, a teacher of kamiya kasshin ryu, a sword style that promoted protection, and Myojin Yahiko, a spunky kid with aspiring dreams.

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Rurouni Kenshin was the long running best selling series by Nobuhiro Watsuki about a wondering samurai who had given up the way of the hitokiri, or killing, to find a peaceful life in japan. Needless to say, Kenshin Himura, our hero, had a bit more bad blood with people than he figured he would, and ended up having to fight to save the people he got involved with, such as Kaoru Kamiya, a teacher of kamiya kasshin ryu, a sword style that promoted protection, and Myojin Yahiko, a spunky kid with aspiring dreams.

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The chapters of the Rurouni Kenshin were written and illustrated by Nobuhiro Watsuki . The first chapter of Rurouni Kenshin premiered in Shueisha 's Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1994 and the series ran in the magazine until 1999. [1] The story takes place during the early Meiji period in Japan and follows a fictional assassin named Himura Kenshin , formerly known as the " Hitokiri Battōsai ( 人斬り抜刀斎 ) , [n 1] who becomes a wanderer to protect the people from Japan.

The first eighteen volumes were adapted into an anime produced by Studio Deen , and aired in Japan from January 10, 1996 to September 8, 1998. [6] [7] Additionally, several parts of the following volumes were adapted into two original video animations series. [8] [9]

Rurouni Kenshin was licensed for an English-language release in North America by Viz Media . The first volume of the series was released on October 7, 2003. [10] The first volumes were published irregularly, but a monthly basis was established by Viz media after volume seven due to good sales and consumer demands. [11] The last volume was published on July 5, 2006. [12] Yahiko no Sakabatō was also serialized in Shonen Jump during 2006. [13] In January 2008, Viz re-released the manga in a wide-ban format called "VIZBIG Edition", which is a collection of three volumes in one. [14]

Rurouni Kenshin was the long running best selling series by Nobuhiro Watsuki about a wondering samurai who had given up the way of the hitokiri, or killing, to find a peaceful life in japan. Needless to say, Kenshin Himura, our hero, had a bit more bad blood with people than he figured he would, and ended up having to fight to save the people he got involved with, such as Kaoru Kamiya, a teacher of kamiya kasshin ryu, a sword style that promoted protection, and Myojin Yahiko, a spunky kid with aspiring dreams.

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The chapters of the Rurouni Kenshin were written and illustrated by Nobuhiro Watsuki . The first chapter of Rurouni Kenshin premiered in Shueisha 's Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1994 and the series ran in the magazine until 1999. [1] The story takes place during the early Meiji period in Japan and follows a fictional assassin named Himura Kenshin , formerly known as the " Hitokiri Battōsai ( 人斬り抜刀斎 ) , [n 1] who becomes a wanderer to protect the people from Japan.

The first eighteen volumes were adapted into an anime produced by Studio Deen , and aired in Japan from January 10, 1996 to September 8, 1998. [6] [7] Additionally, several parts of the following volumes were adapted into two original video animations series. [8] [9]

Rurouni Kenshin was licensed for an English-language release in North America by Viz Media . The first volume of the series was released on October 7, 2003. [10] The first volumes were published irregularly, but a monthly basis was established by Viz media after volume seven due to good sales and consumer demands. [11] The last volume was published on July 5, 2006. [12] Yahiko no Sakabatō was also serialized in Shonen Jump during 2006. [13] In January 2008, Viz re-released the manga in a wide-ban format called "VIZBIG Edition", which is a collection of three volumes in one. [14]

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Volume 4: Held captive and running out of hope, Megumi ponders the two options she's been given: A life of suffering, or a peaceful death. Meanwhile, Kenshin and the others continue their battle with the elite former guards of Edo Castle - the Oniwabanshu - as led by the enigmatic Shinomori Aoshi. Foes who spit fire, throw poison darts... How can Kenshin and his friends overcome a seamingly endless number of foes?


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