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Rurouni Kenshin, Vol. 25: The Truth Nobuhiro Watsuki(Author, Illustrator)

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Original name book: Rurouni Kenshin, Vol. 25: The Truth

Pages: 208

Language: English

Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (April 4, 2006)

By: Nobuhiro Watsuki(Author, Illustrator)

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Category - Comics & Graphic Novels

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Action, romance, and historical intrigue help make Nobuhiro Watsuki's Rurouni Kenshin, the tale of a wandering swordsman set against the backdrop of the Meiji Restoration, one of the most popular Shonen Jump titles among fans to date. Himura Kenshin, once an assassin (or hitokiri) of ferocious power, now fights to protect the honor of those in need.

Nobuhiro Watsuki was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1970. He became a manga artist, and his first comic 'Podmark' won him the Pop Step Award. Watsuki was an assistant to Takeshi Obata for a while, working on 'Arabian Lamp' and 'Chikara Mito Denzetsu'. In 1994, magazine Sueisha published a 31-page story by him which proved to be the introduction to the popular series 'Rurouni Kenshin'. These series were also made into animation.

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Customer Reviews
  • By OmegaWolf747 on December 13, 2006

    What is the truth for Kenshin? He has spent 15 years searching for it, but has never laid eyes on it. Is it some unattainable ideal, or has it been with him all along?Kenshin lies broken in Rakuninmura with only a mysterious old man for a companion. The others have repeatedly tried and failed to get him to stand up and leave. Can a tearful Tsubame reach him in time to save Yahiko from a maniac heading into Tokyo? Can he find his truth?

  • By Brianna G. on July 30, 2015

    DID Have stickers from a library, but they peeled off easily. Book is in perfect condition

  • By larainey on July 26, 2017

    This volume is about Yahiko fighting someone who can and will kill him. Tsubame goes running to Kenshin for one last attempt to get help. Kenshin has been totally gone but because Tsubame calls to him for help, he reponses. The old man who has been sitting with Kenshin says that revenge would not reach Kenshin because he does not care about revenge. But someone, anyone, needed help Kenshin will always response to. Yahiko pulls the few police that are in Tokyo together to try and stop Kujiranami. He faces Kujiranami himself to give innocent people time to get out of his way. Kujiranami sees Kenshin in Yahiko and that drives him even crazier. Not much happens with Kaoru and Enishi; just getting ready to face Kenshin and friends. Aoshi and Saito find where Enishi is, so everything is ready for the beginning of the final face off. More action, more drama, and more fighting ahead!I give this volume a Five out of Five stars. I get nothing for my review and I bought this manga with my own money.

  • By Dani Lacey on May 21, 2006

    After nothing but fight scene after fight scene, volume 25 was quite refreshing. The giant one-armed Kujiranami has escaped his prison and begin rampaging through the town. With Kenshin still in the "Fallen Village" and Saitou and Aoshi away, it is up to Yahiko to prevent Kujiranami from reaching his destination.It was great to see how Yahiko has truly developed as a swordsman. Watsuki could have easily continued using Yahiko has the weak link and occasional comedic relief. I've never loved Yahiko as a character as much as I did in this volume.Geezer proves to be an even more important character than orginally implied, as he attempts to get Kenshin out of his coma like state. When he finally does (Did I spoil the story for anyone? I apologize, but really, was there ever any doubt?), Kenshin's return was done so well, that I was practically smiling form ear to ear. This volume does get over-idealistic at times, but that's not new to the series.Overall, a great volume. True, it is made up mostly of another long fight scene, but what a great scene it was!

  • By C. Gordon on March 25, 2006

    With the Gein dead,Keshin still souless,and Saito & Aoshi on a mission,it's now Yahiko's turn to take center stage in Volume 25 of Rurouni Kenshin...Still seeking revenge againest the Battousai for chopping off his arm and refusing to grant him an honorable death,Hyogo escapes Jail and goes on a rampage searching for Keshin.The only ones withen the area are low level officers and Yahiko,who once again proves he's going to be Keshin's future equal by taking command of the officers and charging Hyogo(now armed with a Auto-Grenade Launcher,head on.However,Yahiko's skill and advanced training still can't close the gap between him and "Whale Mouth's" sheer power,leaving Tsubame-Chan to seek Kenshin's help.Kenshin,as he was for most of the last Volume,is awaiting death in The Fallen Village.After some kind words from "The Geezer",Kenshin comes to the "Truth" which reawakens him and his Sakabato.This was another great Yahiko heavy estaliment which really showed how far he's come since joining the "Kenshin-Gumi".He's gotten stronger,is more focused and willing to protect others justlike Kenshin.The only minor grumbles were the true identidy of "The Geezer"(Come on,what are the odds!?) and brief appearences by the supporting/remaining cast(well,this WAS Yahiko's fight).But if you've been reading Kenshin up until this point,those are actually forgivable.Highly Recommanded

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