More than two twenty-year-olds have died since the anime adaptation of Nobuhiro Watsuki's manga ended. However, even after all this time, the Vagabond Samurai still lives in the hearts of fans who can finally embrace him in the recently announced new anime. Here is the return of Rurouni Kenshin.

Between announcements, trailers and billboards is thatEdition 2022 of Jump Festa 2022 will long be remembered as one of the richest of all time. One of the novelties that has impressed the community the most is Kenshin Samurai Vagabondo, who is returning to the scene after more than twenty years of absence.

During the Made in Shueisha event LIDEN FILM, the animation studio behind the latest Tokyo Revengers hit, unveiled the new anime project by Rurouni Kenshin. At the moment beyond that and a short one Teaser trailer for the presentation in which we see how the samurai protagonist unleashes his legendary katana, yes, nothing else. So we still don't know if this new project is an anime feature film, a remake series, or a sequel to the original.

L 'Original anime by Rurouni Kenshin is dated from 1997 to 1999 and has aired a total of 95 episodes. The success of the anime series prompted the production of three OAVs and five live-action feature films. The manga continues on a weekly basis after a long hiatus caused by the arrest of the author Nobuhiro Watsuki.

And how much hype did this announcement generate for you? Let's stay with the key visual for Kenshin's 25th anniversary and the latest announcement of Kenshin's novel.

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