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Japan, Der große Krieg ist zu Ende und auch die Zeit der großen Samurai-Kämpfer ist vorbei. Der Ex-Killer Kenshin Himura hat der Gewalt abgeschworen und zieht einsam als Landstreicher umher. Nur für Arme und Menschen in Not zieht er noch das. Rurouni Kenshin ist ein im Jahr veröffentlichter japanischer Spielfilm, der auf den gleichnamigen Mangas basiert. Regie führte Keishi Ōtomo nach dem. Rurouni Kenshin (Rurôni Kenshin: Meiji kenkaku roman tan): Actionfilm/Eastern von Shinzô Matsuhashi mit Taketo Tanaka/Takeru Sato/Emi Takei. Rurouni Kenshin ein Film von Keishi Ohtomo mit Emi Takei, Takeru Satô. Inhaltsangabe: Japan, Das Land öffnet sich nach jahrhundertelanger Isolation. Rurouni Kenshin - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | ecce2008.eu Rurouni Kenshin: Ein Film von Keishi Ohtomo mit Takeru Satô und Emi Takei. Weitere Informationen zu diesem und anderen Filmen auf. Das Epos Rurouni Kenshin (OT: Rurôni Kenshin: Meiji kenkaku roman tan) spielt im Jahr Der Stand der Samurai ist im Untergang begriffen. Der frühere.
Das Epos Rurouni Kenshin (OT: Rurôni Kenshin: Meiji kenkaku roman tan) spielt im Jahr Der Stand der Samurai ist im Untergang begriffen. Der frühere. Japan, Der große Krieg ist zu Ende und auch die Zeit der großen Samurai-Kämpfer ist vorbei. Der Ex-Killer Kenshin Himura hat der Gewalt abgeschworen und zieht einsam als Landstreicher umher. Nur für Arme und Menschen in Not zieht er noch das. Schnittberichte, News (z.B. Uncut-DVDs & Blu-rays) und Reviews zu Rurouni Kenshin (OT: Ruroni Kenshin | Japan, | Abenteuer, Action, Comicverfilmung.
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Watsuki's next idea was a sequel about the next generation; either a story about Yahiko or one combining Kenshin's child Kenji and Yahiko's child Shinya to make Ken - Shin.
But he said that would mean it is not about the Kenshin, and felt that while it was acceptable as a "continuation" of the original manga, it was not suitable for Restoration.
He next considered a prequel, but realized that would mean Kenshin's friends could not appear, making a prequel more suitable for the one-shot.
Watsuki's last idea was for a "parallel story," which he defined as "another" or "separate" story that works as a "pleasant gimmick" allowing one to enjoy a work in a different form.
But said one thing you can not do is change a character's foundation, as that would make it "fake. This became Rurouni Kenshin: Restoration.
The first thing Watsuki thought about when starting it was what he should change besides the structure. He described the process of writing a serial manga as like building a "multi-layered three-dimensional puzzle"; putting together differently shaped pieces to make it entertaining and worth reading every week or month.
He called it an organic process where even the author can not envision its completed form until it is done. Although Restoration was a monthly serial, because it had already been "built" once before, the artist said it was more like a one-shot or "flat puzzle.
This made it easy to express the thoughts of the surrounding characters but not Kenshin's, so he wanted to "dig deeper" into Kenshin this time.
It turned out harder than he imagined. Although drawing it was not difficult, when he tried to make it entertaining the story got gloomier due to Kenshin's regrets.
This is when he gave up digging deeper into Kenshin's thoughts. Watsuki tried expressing more of Kenshin's inner feelings in Restoration ; a man who brought about a peaceful new era can not find his place because of the acts he committed in the past.
He tried expressing this with the "pool of blood" theme. The author said this version of the character seems slightly more immature than the original because he is more reserved and excitable; "perhaps he isn't too hero-like.
The editorial office even got a phone call pointing this out. The author said because of the way he draws now, he struggled with Kenshin's hair, unable to get the original bushy feeling it had until the end.
Because Kenshin is more immature, Watsuki said Kaoru became slightly more mature with him mixing in some "older sister" qualities, although he did not realize it at the time.
With the "aversion" to violent heroines being strong in recent years, he made sure to remove violent expressions when she calls people out.
Her biggest physical change is the lack of a part in her bangs. To emphasize that she is a female swordsman, she wears a kimono and hakama. Watsuki said that Yahiko had the most growth out of all the characters in Restoration.
Additionally, Watsuki's readers were even older than that. The author suspects his intentions might have been misguided, so Yahiko evolves through the story this time.
The biggest changes in his appearance are his hair and eyes; the former was made shorter so as not to be so similar to Sanosuke's, and the latter see his pupils drawn smaller with a more menacing look in the first half, to make his growth more apparent.
He ultimately only touched on it due to length restrictions, which he said was disappointing. The most notable change in his appearance is the addition of red knuckle gloves, to emphasize that he is a bare-knuckle fighter.
Watsuki also added a "touch" of Kamen Rider 2. His uniform is the most notable change in his appearance; when the character was originally created the author had very little reference material, so this time he made it more historically accurate thanks to the internet.
He called this a miscalculation because it diminished the character's level of madness compared to the original. The biggest change in his appearance is his skin tone, done to increase his oddity, but this made keeping the tone of the entire story consistent difficult.
It drove home that the original version of Jin-e is the perfect and the ultimate. But that changed after seeing Teruyuki Kagawa 's "fanatical" portrayal of the character in the film.
The most notable change in his appearance is the shape of his glasses; they are round to give a more Meiji era feel, but the author feels this was a mistake as square suited his apathetic ways more.
Watsuki said that Banjin and Gein's roles were so drastically changed that he used versions of them from Kenshin Saihitsu. To achieve the second he connected Kenshin's flashback scene in the middle to the ending spread where he included characters that were on the covers of the kanzenban edition of Rurouni Kenshin.
For the third goal, Watsuki elaborated on the common question of "Why would Kenshin, who wandered for ten years, suddenly stop in the First Act?
The author included an element he never used before by including a Westerner. Despite Rurouni Kenshin being set in an era of modernization and Westernization, it never featured a Western character.
Additionally, the one-shot is set in Yokohama 's foreign settlement , where Watsuki visited in the spring for research. In order to tie the ending into the first chapter of Restoration , he simply used the recurring narration seen often in the series, commenting "Oh, the number of times I've written that narration After talking in the cab ride on the way to the restaurant, they came up with the framework in only 15 minutes.
Watsuki said this reminded him that Rurouni Kenshin would not have been possible without Sasaki. Watsuki said that while the character of Elder might seem gimmicky at first glance, she is the result of a long period of planning and struggle.
When he was about to "lose it" over thinking of how he needed a heroine for Kenshin to save, a doctor to give him advice, a Western character, and a character to be pursued by bad guys, Watsuki's novelist wife Kaoru Kurosaki "boldly" suggested to combine them all into one.
Kurosaki also suggested she be a pretty girl hiding behind a mask. Because the mask is gimmicky, Watsuki said her design had to be somewhat plain.
He took the name Elder from a medicinal herb. He also said that she is a distant relative unacquainted of Hildegard Peaberry from his series Embalming -The Another Tale of Frankenstein-.
Asahiyama Dankichi was originally thought of as a soldier and lover or elder brother of a heroine, but once Elder was decided on, he was no longer a main character.
He was reborn as someone familiar with the foreign settlement, one of Elder's few allies and guide. Watsuki said because of his macho rickshawman personality, he seemed to almost overshadow the main character and had to have his role reduced, which was a "pity.
Watsuki said his design was impromptu and that he regrets that his face and hairstyle are slightly different from frame to frame. Espiral came about from the idea of having Kenshin face a Western sword-style.
He was initially going to be more of a rival than a villain; living in the West where the sword is obsolete, he traveled to Japan to fight a samurai, and changes his ways after being saved by Elder, becoming her bodyguard back in the West.
Although Watsuki feels having a simple villain was best for the one shot, he said this was a "pity. His design is basically the opposite of Kenshin; short black hair, white top, black pants, and a long glove on his right arm to emphasize his dominant hand.
Both Watsuki and the editorial staff were surprised by how well-received Act Zero was by readers and how high it ranked in the reader surveys.
In December , Shueisha announced that Watsuki would be putting his then current serialized manga Embalming -The Another Tale of Frankenstein- on hold to begin a "reboot" of Rurouni Kenshin , called Rurouni Kenshin: Cinema Version , as a tie-in to the then upcoming live-action film.
The series began in the June issue of Jump Square , which was released on May 2, ,   and ended in the July issue on June 4, Inspired by the film, Watsuki wanted to reintroduce Kenshin's character in a new manga.
He thought about redesigning the cast but decided to stay true to the originals' looks. The reboot depicts the battles that are featured in the first live-action film, with differences.
Watsuki said it utilizes one of the rejected ideas she had for the live-action film. It ran from May 21, to June 10, ,    while the Chapter 0 prologue was published in the September 4, issue as Act Zero.
In a review about the series' reboot, Publishers Weekly praised the manga for appealing to both newcomers as well as old fans of Rurouni Kenshin.
The reviewer also noted the manga had light parts during its comedy which he found strange in the samurai genre. The artwork was praised by ICv2 for how Watsuki handles fight scenes among side other details.
In Japan, the manga was well received, with the second volume reaching 82, sales. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Rurouni Kenshin Restoration.
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