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* AnachronismStew: The American South looks more like the American West.

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* AnachronismStew: The American South manga takes place east of the Mississippi, but the setting looks more like the American West.WildWest than the DeepSouth.

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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Considering the era this manga takes place in, the demons are simply humans who transformed into the beasts within themselves and act out on their darkest impulses.

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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: The series pulls no punches in depicting the racial attitudes common during the late 19th century.


* RecycledInSpace: This series is essentially what early ''Berserk'' would be like if Guts was a black guy, the demons he fought were members of TheKlan, and the whole thing was set in the 19th Century American South.

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* RecycledInSpace: This series is essentially what early ''Berserk'' would be like if Guts was a black guy, boxer, the demons he fought were members of TheKlan, and the whole thing was set in the 19th Century American South.


* PowerFist: The titular weapon.

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* PowerFist: The titular weapon.Victor's title weapon of choice, a modified gauntlet that fires silver bullets on contact when he punches demons.


** Additionally, the manga is set in the 1880s; after the fall of the first KKK (roughly 1872) and before the rise of the second (and current) KKK (roughly 1915). Although this could be explained as demons simply taking the place of the Klan during this period of inactivity.

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** Additionally, the manga is set in the 1880s; after the fall of the first KKK (roughly 1872) and before the rise of the second (and current) KKK (roughly 1915). Although this could be explained as demons simply taking the place of the Klan during this period of inactivity.

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** Additionally, the manga is set in the 1880s; after the fall of the first KKK (roughly 1872) and before the rise of the second (and current) KKK (roughly 1915). Although this could be explained as demons simply taking the place of the Klan during this period of inactivity.

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* {{Outlaw}}: Victor is this by default because of his DemonSlaying career, the way demons work in this verse, and the racism of the period.


* ThisWasHisTrueForm: Every demon that Victor kills reverts to its former human form upon death, which causes problems for Victor.

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* ThisWasHisTrueForm: Every demon that Victor kills reverts to its former human form upon death, which causes problems for Victor.
Victor who already has to deal with the racism of the period.


* ExoticWeaponSupremacy: Despite using many other weapons, Victor's most often used (and effective) is a set of metal knuckles with several shotgun barrels built into them.

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* ExoticWeaponSupremacy: Despite using many other weapons, Victor's most often used (and effective) is a set of metal knuckles with several shotgun barrels built into them.them, which fire silver loads directly into any demon they hit.



* HeroWithBadPublicity: Victor is reviled as a murderer because of the racism of the period and because every demon he kills [[ThisWasHisTrueForm reverts to human form upon death]], and so he always has to move around to avoid capture by police and lynching by angry white folks.

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* HeroWithBadPublicity: Victor is reviled as a murderer because of the racism of the period and because every demon he kills [[ThisWasHisTrueForm reverts to human form upon death]], and so he always has to move around to avoid capture by the police and lynching by angry white folks.



* RecycledInSpace: This series is essentially ''Berserk'' in the 19th Century American South, with a black boxer protagonist.

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* RecycledInSpace: This series is essentially what early ''Berserk'' would be like if Guts was a black guy, the demons he fought were members of TheKlan, and the whole thing was set in the 19th Century American South, with a black boxer protagonist.South.




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* ThisWasHisTrueForm: Every demon that Victor kills reverts to its former human form upon death, which causes problems for Victor.

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* OneWingedAngel: Every demon has a form like this.


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* RecycledInSpace: This series is essentially ''Berserk'' in the 19th Century American South, with a black boxer protagonist.


* HeroWithBadPublicity: And how!

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* HeroWithBadPublicity: And how! Victor is reviled as a murderer because of the racism of the period and because every demon he kills [[ThisWasHisTrueForm reverts to human form upon death]], and so he always has to move around to avoid capture by police and lynching by angry white folks.


It's also interesting to note that Wazarai was good friends with Creator/KentaroMiura in high school. Yes, [[Manga/{{Berserk}} that]] [[Manga/{{Berserk}} Miura.]]

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It's also interesting to note that Wazarai was good friends with Creator/KentaroMiura in high school. Yes, [[Manga/{{Berserk}} that]] ''[[Manga/{{Berserk}} that]]'' [[Manga/{{Berserk}} Miura.]]


It's also interesting to note that Wazarai was good friends with Creator/KentaroMiura in high school. Yes, [[Manga/{{Berserk}} that Miura.]]

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It's also interesting to note that Wazarai was good friends with Creator/KentaroMiura in high school. Yes, [[Manga/{{Berserk}} that that]] [[Manga/{{Berserk}} Miura.]]


It's also interesting to note that the mangaka was good friends with Creator/KentaroMiura in high school. Yes, [[Manga/{{Berserk}} that Miura.]]

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It's also interesting to note that the mangaka Wazarai was good friends with Creator/KentaroMiura in high school. Yes, [[Manga/{{Berserk}} that Miura.]]

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