History Manga / IkkiTousen

15th Apr '17 3:17:08 PM Delphi
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The series has had a (sort of) crossover with ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'', with Hakufu, Kan'u, and Ryofu being available as [[DownloadableContent DLC characters]] for ''Senran Kagura: Estival Versus.''

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The series has had a (sort of) crossover with ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'', with Hakufu, Kan'u, and Ryofu being available as [[DownloadableContent DLC characters]] for ''Senran Kagura: Estival Versus.''
'' They were [[NoExportForYou unavailable in the English version for some time]] due to liscensing issues, but a loophole was eventually found that let them be in the game with their original ROTK names instead.
13th Mar '17 2:11:07 PM secretfan14
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* CuteClumsyGirl: Ryuubi, again. And according to Hakufu, Ryoumou also is one of them when the two work as waitreses.



* {{Dojikko}}: Ryuubi, again. And according to Hakufu, Ryoumou also is one of them when the two work as waitreses.
10th Jan '17 6:08:10 PM MarcoPolo250
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* AdaptationDistillation: The 1st Season was in line with the early Volumes of the Manga, all Seasons and Specials that followed however went its own way, with only taking some source events as inspiration, at other times it ignored the source material completely and even created an original character or two; the tone of the series was also subject of some changes, the Anime doesn’t take itself too seriously and greatly exaggerates some relations between girls into something that could be a [[CastFullOfGay Cast Full of Lesbians]] [[EveryoneIsBi and Bisexuals]], in the Manga there is actually more women commenting and lusting after men than the inverse, even Kan’u has expressed her idea on what a man of valor should be; the pacing of the Manga becomes much slower with the setting taking itself more seriously and the violence is much more graphic, like guts being spilled level of graphic.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The 1st Season While the first season of the anime was in line in-line with the early Volumes volumes of the Manga, all Seasons manga, the later seasons and Specials specials that followed however went its in their own way, with direction; only taking some source using events from the manga as inspiration, at other inspiration. At times it they ignored the source material completely and even created an original character or two; the two. The tone of the series was also subject of some changes, the changes. The Anime doesn’t take itself too seriously and greatly exaggerates some relations between girls into something that could be a [[CastFullOfGay Cast Full of Lesbians]] [[EveryoneIsBi and Bisexuals]], in while the Manga there is manga actually has more women commenting and lusting after men than the inverse, inverse; even Kan’u has expressed her idea on what a man of valor should be; be. Finally, unlike the anime, the pacing of the Manga manga becomes much slower with slower, the setting taking takes itself more seriously seriously, and the violence is much more graphic, like guts being spilled level of graphic.
18th Sep '16 3:38:47 PM Monolaf317
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* PottyEmergency: Hakufu has one in Episode 5 of ''Xtreme Xecutor''; Bachou has one in Epiosde 4 of ''Dragon Destiny'' while held captive.

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* PottyEmergency: Hakufu has one in Episode 4 of ''Dragon Destiny''; Bachou has one in Episode 5 of ''Xtreme Xecutor''; Bachou has one in Epiosde 4 of ''Dragon Destiny'' Xecutor'' while held captive.
8th Jul '16 3:01:57 AM ChrisX
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* PsychoForHire: Kannei (Gan Ning)

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* PsychoForHire: Kannei (Gan Ning)Ning), surprisingly, for all of Ikkitousen's heavy fanservice and great liberals, this is one of the few things they got right for the historical Gan Ning, who was pretty much a PsychoForHire that caused grief to even his own men for his psychoness. Kannei was pretty much like that and became something of a first boss for Sonsaku to set up her dominance in school.
28th May '16 1:04:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: [[spoiler: Saji]]
15th May '16 7:43:22 AM Goukenimaru
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The manga series ended at 24 Volumes, in May 2015, after 15 years of publication, with the latest arc still on-going. Immediately after, in November 2015, a sequel started, titled '''Shin Ikkitousen''' continuing from where the original run left off.

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The manga series ended at 24 Volumes, in May 2015, after 15 years of publication, with the latest arc still on-going. Immediately after, in November 2015, January 2016, a sequel started, titled '''Shin Ikkitousen''' continuing from where the original run left off.
15th May '16 7:40:47 AM Goukenimaru
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The manga series ended at 24 Volumes, in May 2015, after 15 years of publication, with the latest arc still on-going. Immediately after, in November 2015, a sequel started, titled '''Shin Ikkitousen'''continuing from where the original run left off.

The real reason for the original run ending (with no conclusion) and another starting shortly after is Shinozaki departure from Wani Books, the original manga publisher, he went and brought his series to Shounen Ganosha, then begining serialization in ''Young King Ours'', home magazine of some known manga such as ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' and ''Manga/{{Trigun}}''.


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The manga series ended at 24 Volumes, in May 2015, after 15 years of publication, with the latest arc still on-going. Immediately after, in November 2015, a sequel started, titled '''Shin Ikkitousen'''continuing Ikkitousen''' continuing from where the original run left off.

The real reason for the original run ending (with no conclusion) conclusion, right in the middle of an all-out fight) and another starting shortly after is Shinozaki Shiozaki departure from Wani Books, the original manga publisher, he went and brought his series to Shounen Ganosha, then begining serialization in ''Young King Ours'', home magazine of some known manga such as ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' and ''Manga/{{Trigun}}''.

15th May '16 7:36:18 AM Goukenimaru
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The manga series ended at 24 Volumes, in 2014, after 14 years of publication.

In 2015 a sequel started, titled as '''Shin Ikkitousen''', Shinozaki departed from Wani Books, the original manga publisher, and brought his series to Shounen Ganosha, now running in ''Young King Ours'', home magazine of some known manga such as ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' and ''Manga/{{Trigun}}''.


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The manga series ended at 24 Volumes, in 2014, May 2015, after 14 15 years of publication.

In 2015
publication, with the latest arc still on-going. Immediately after, in November 2015, a sequel started, titled as '''Shin Ikkitousen''', Ikkitousen'''continuing from where the original run left off.

The real reason for the original run ending (with no conclusion) and another starting shortly after is
Shinozaki departed departure from Wani Books, the original manga publisher, he went and brought his series to Shounen Ganosha, now running then begining serialization in ''Young King Ours'', home magazine of some known manga such as ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' and ''Manga/{{Trigun}}''.

14th May '16 12:46:59 PM Goukenimaru
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''Ikki Tousen'' (Roughly "Strength of a Thousand") is an ongoing (18 volumes and counting) manga series by Shiozaki Yuji that has been adapted into four anime seasons to date, as well as a FightingGame. The Tokyopop English release of the manga, called ''Battle Vixens'', is notorious for its {{Macekre}}d translation (similar to CMX's version of ''Manga/TenjhoTenge''). There was also a controversy about several panels from early in the series that seemed to be traced from Oh! Great's ''Manga/TenjhoTenge'' manga. The whole thing originated as story-less PVC figurines in the very late 1990s.

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''Ikki Tousen'' (Roughly "Strength of a Thousand") is an ongoing (18 volumes and counting) a manga series by Shiozaki Yuji that has been adapted into four anime seasons to date, as well as a FightingGame. The Tokyopop English release of the manga, called ''Battle Vixens'', is notorious for its {{Macekre}}d translation (similar to CMX's version of ''Manga/TenjhoTenge''). There was also a controversy about several panels from early in the series that seemed to be traced from Oh! Great's ''Manga/TenjhoTenge'' manga. The whole thing originated as story-less PVC figurines in the very late 1990s.



Recently, the series has had a (sort of) crossover with ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'', with Hakufu, Kan'u, and Ryofu being available as [[DownloadableContent DLC characters]] for ''Senran Kagura: Estival Versus.''

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Recently, the The series has had a (sort of) crossover with ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'', with Hakufu, Kan'u, and Ryofu being available as [[DownloadableContent DLC characters]] for ''Senran Kagura: Estival Versus.''
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The manga series ended at 24 Volumes, in 2014, after 14 years of publication.

In 2015 a sequel started, titled as '''Shin Ikkitousen''', Shinozaki departed from Wani Books, the original manga publisher, and brought his series to Shounen Ganosha, now running in ''Young King Ours'', home magazine of some known manga such as ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' and ''Manga/{{Trigun}}''.

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