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I always thought Rurouni Kenshin (the first movie) had great colour palettes and lighting so I decided to speedpaint a few studies!

Did these some days ago, about 20-30 minutes each.

Can’t wait for The Legend Ends!

The men of Rurouni Kenshin and their swords

Requested by lilmikomikoNo Cho for now. ^^x
Hi, I watched The Legend Ends last week in Tokyo. Fans will have questions. I read the novelised versions of the 2 recent films and the novels explain quite a lot of stuff left out. I can translate the crucial parts if there's a need. Let me know thx


That’s so nice of you! Please do share the important bits with us. Thanks for offering! ^^x

So these are actual novels, not just picture books? I would love to read them.

Taka and Sato Takeru .
Shinta, ikite!

Shinta, ikite!

"Where are you, Battousai?"

Aoshi looking for Kenshin requested by baasama ^^x

Battousai wa doko desu ka?

There is never a time or place for true love. It happens accidentally, in a heartbeat, in a single, flashing, throbbing moment.

"I decided when I left Tokyo. I will see this through the end."

Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends movie review. Posted by ABS-CBN on Sept. 18, 2014.

*SPOILERS: Don’t read if you don’t want any clues of the movie!


Kenshin Himura’s battle against Aoshi Shinomori is one of the many great fights in “The Legend Ends”.

Watch out for Makoto Shishio’s Homura Dama – there are plenty – in “The Legend Ends”.

As expected, Sanosuke Sagara provides immense comic relief in “The Legend Ends.” In real life, actor Munetaka Aoki is just as funny.

To read the entire movie review, go here: ABS-CBN

Photo credit: ABS-CBN & Warner Bros. Pictures

Sano thinks he’s Indiana Jones.