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Even So

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My first experience with Bonnie Pink (as Asada Kaori is professionally known) came from hearing her singing “It’s Gonna Rain,” which was the ending theme of Rurouni Kenshin for the latter half of… Continue reading

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Rurouni Kenshin: Seisou-hen

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It’s 1893. Kenshin had long past relinquished swordsmanship, allowing Yahiko to inherit the sakabatou. At the request of the Japanese government, Kenshin had gone to the Asian continent to serve in the Sino-Japanese… Continue reading

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Rurouni Kenshin

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In the turbulent years of the Meiji Restoration, one man slashed open Japan’s path toward a new era. That man, Himura Kenshin, was the feared assassin known as Hitokiri Battousai. However, Kenshin grew… Continue reading

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Rurouni Kenshin: Tsuioku-hen

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Young Shinta is traveling as a slave when bandits attack and slaughter all except for him. Fortunately, Hiko Seijuro saves Shinta and takes him under his wing to teach him the Hiten-Mitsurugi sword… Continue reading

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