Assiah's Peacemaker Kurogane Manga Review

Peacemaker Kurogane

Rated: 8

One, it was funny.

Two, it was touching.

Three -- just. Ouch.

All in all, it was very entertaining.

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Headaches4ever's Peacemaker Kurogane Tv Review

Peacemaker Kurogane

Rated: 9

Peacemaker Kouragane is so unique that the show still is not exactly the same thing. It is it's own story, with it's own wonderfull characters you really care about. Even though it is based off a true story, it's non-genaric and a real page turner. I honestly didn't do my homework that night because of that book. I didn't put it down once, and I am sure if anyone reads it they will at least feel close to the same as I do. It is worth it to buy it. It is thirteen plus, but I think that anyone with an attention span could love this book. It does get violent at times, so if you are an action fan you will love it. It also has a good story line so no matter what genre you like, this book is for you. I realize that I am saying things over again, and I do apologize but this book is that good.

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Shinsengumi's Peacemaker Kurogane Tv Review

Peacemaker Kurogane

Rated: 8

One particular thing that worked well for Peacemaker Kurogane that will perhaps help it score extra credit amongst those interested in Japanese history is the subtle inclusion of historical people and events to the background that help add to the series and tie it to history. With the exception of Tetsu, his brother Tatsu, and perhaps one or two others, all of the Shinsengumi officers portrayed were historical people. For example, at one point, Isami Kondo, the commander of the Shinsengumi, is shown absently putting his fist in his mouth, something he was historically rumored to have been able to do.

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