Series: Rurouni Kenshin
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 1: Meiji Swordsman Romantic Story by Nobuhiro Watsuki||1|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 2: The Two Hitokiri by Nobuhiro Watsuki||2|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 3: A Reason to Act by Nobuhiro Watsuki||3|
|Rurouni Kenshin (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||1-3|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 4: Dual Conclusion by Nobuhiro Watsuki||4|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 5: The State of Meiji Swordsmanship by Nobuhiro Watsuki||5|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 6: No Worries by Nobuhiro Watsuki||6|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 7: In the 11th Year of Meiji, May 14th by Nobuhiro Watsuki||7|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 8: On the East Sea Road by Nobuhiro Watsuki||8|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 9: Arrival in Kyoto by Nobuhiro Watsuki||9|
|Rurouni Kenshin (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 3: Includes Vols. 7, 8 & 9 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||7-9|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 10: Mitsurugi, Master and Student by Nobuhiro Watsuki||10|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 11: Overture to Destruction by Nobuhiro Watsuki||11|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 12: The Great Kyoto Fire by Nobuhiro Watsuki||12|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 13: A Beautiful Night by Nobuhiro Watsuki||13|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 14: The Time is Now by Nobuhiro Watsuki||14|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 15: The Great Man vs. the Giant by Nobuhiro Watsuki||15|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 16: Providence by Nobuhiro Watsuki||16|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 17: The Age Decides the Man by Nobuhiro Watsuki||17|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 18: Do You Still Bear the Scar? by Nobuhiro Watsuki||18|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 19: Shades of Reality by Nobuhiro Watsuki||19|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 20: Remembrance by Nobuhiro Watsuki||20|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 21: And So, Time Passed by Nobuhiro Watsuki||21|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 22: Battle on Three Fronts by Nobuhiro Watsuki||22|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 23: Sin, Judgement, Acceptance by Nobuhiro Watsuki||23|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 24: The End of Dreams by Nobuhiro Watsuki||24|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 25: The Truth by Nobuhiro Watsuki||25|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 26: A Man's Back by Nobuhiro Watsuki||26|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 27: The Answer by Nobuhiro Watsuki||27|
|Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 28: Toward a New Era by Nobuhiro Watsuki||28|
|Rurouni Kenshin: Luthien Enterprises, Volume 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Anime Artbook 1|
|Rurouni Kenshin: Luthien Enterprises, Volume 2 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Anime Artbook 2|
|Rurouni Kenshin: Luthien Enterprises, Volume 3 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Anime Artbook 3|
|Rurouni Kenshin Profiles by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Manga Guide 1|
|Rurouni Kenshin Complete History by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Manga Guide 2|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 1-3|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 2 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 4-6|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 3 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 7-9|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 4 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 10-12|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 5 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 13-15|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 6 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 16-18|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 7 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 19-21|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 8 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 22-24|
|Rurouni Kenshin, VIZBIG Volume 9 by Nobuhiro Watsuki||Omnibus 25-28|
- Rurouni Kenshin: Voyage to the Moon World by Kaoru Shizuka (2006)
- Bleach, Volume 5: Rightarm of the Giant by Tite Kubo (2002)
- InuYasha, Volume 19 by Rumiko Takahashi (2001)
- Fullmetal Alchemist, Volume 5 by Hiromu Arakawa (2003)
- Rurouni Kenshin: Restoration, Vol. 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki (2013)
- Lady Snowblood, Volume 4: Retribution, Part 2 by Kazuo Koike (2006)
- Samurai Deeper Kyo, Vol. 1 by Akimine Kamijyo (1999)
- Fruits Basket, Vol. 3 by Natsuki Takaya (1999)
- Vinland Saga, Omnibus 2: England at War by Makoto Yukimura (2014)
- Hana-Kimi, Vol. 5 by Hisaya Nakajo (1998)
- Blade of the Immortal, Book 20: Demon's Lair by Hiroaki Samura (2007)
- Trigun, Volume 2 by Yasuhiro Nightow (1996)
During the violent era known as the Bakumatsu, there was an Ishin assassin known only as the Hitokiri Battousai, whose skill and brutality became near legendary in the age of Restoration he helped to build. However, as the time of fighting drew to a close, he vanished without a trace, only to resurface eleven years later as a wandering swordsman, Himura Kenshin. Now staying at a kenjutsu dojo maintained by a fiery-tempered woman named Kamiya Kaoru, and surrounded by newfound friends like the streetfighter Sagara Sanosuke, ex-samurai's son Myoujin Yahiko, and the shrewd doctor Takani Megumi, he seeks to carry out his vow to protect the weak without killing in order to atone for the lives he's taken. It's not long, though, before this vow is put to the test, and the shadows of his past return to haunt him and everyone he holds dear.
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