Nov 28, 2011

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New Rurouni Kenshin’s latest promotional video

The official website for the Rurouni Kenshin anime franchise beganstreaming the latest promotional video for the first half of the new Rurouni Kenshin: Shin Kyoto-Hen anime projecton Monday. The video was actuallyannounced on Sunday, but the site had experienced trouble and had to begin streaming again on Monday. The site also posted selected cuts from the project.

Starting on December 17, the first part will have a week of advance screenings in two Japanese theaters.

The new anime series will remake the Kyoto story arc of Nobuhiro Watsuki‘s original manga and the previous anime adaptation. In particular, it will depict the battle of Kenshin Himura and Makoto Shishio and will be told from the point of view of the Oniwabanshū ninja Misao Makimachi.

Director Kazuhiro Furuhashi and Studio DEEN are returning after nine years to animate the new series along with musical composer Noriyuki AsakuraMari Okada (AnoHanaWandering Son) is writing the scripts this time. Hiromitsu Hagiwara (Saint Beast ~Ikusen no Hiru to Yoru Hen~) is the new character designer, and Hiro Kaburaki (Kimi ni Todoke) will take over as the episode director. The cast will remain the same except for the role of Hajime Saitō, who will be played by Ken Narita.

The video can be viewed here.

  1. mrankinmatt says:

    I know that Samurai X was the prologue, but is there a sequel after the 94th (or 95th) episode of Rurouni Kenshin?

    I heard that Kaoru and Kenshin get married and that they have problems with Tomoe’s brother, Enishi (?). Is there a movie for this?

    Thanks much!!!

  2. ericmreitz says:

    The manga… the OVA… the series.

    What is the TRUE ending?
    The orginial creator of rurouni kenshin made the manga, he didn’t create the OVA, right?

    So the OVA is just a movie. It was created for the hell of it. SO that wasn’t the true ending, right?

  3. My boyfriend and I love Rurouni Kenshin. Christmas is around the corner and I never seen Samurai X. . .I see alot of box sets

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