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Japanese: 我間乱 〜GAMARAN〜


Type: Manga
Volumes: 22
Chapters: 194
Status: Finished
Published: May 13, 2009 to Jun 26, 2013
Genres: ActionAction, HistoricalHistorical, Martial ArtsMartial Arts, ShounenShounen
Authors: Nakamaru, Yousuke (Story & Art)


Score: 7.731 (scored by 1294312,943 users)
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Ranked: #14072
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Popularity: #440
Members: 27,481
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"Middle Edo Period—One state becomes the gathering place for sinful martial artists, who believe in nothing other than power, know of no other way of life other than letting oneself go wild in the battle. That state is the Unabara State, the 'Haunt of Demons'..."

Washitzu Naosata, the ruler of the powerful state, Unabara, is looking for his successor. He calls upons all his 31 sons, and tell them to search for whoever they believe to be the strongest martial artist of all. Each of their chosen martial artists then are to fight against each other until only one is left standing. Whoever is the winner, whoever has the strongest martial artist in nation by his side will become his successor...

Out in the midst of the mountain is the doujo of the "Daigame Ryuu" (Giant Tortoise Style). There lives Kurogane Gama, the son of the legendary swordsman, Kurogane Jinsuke, who is believed to be able to kill 1000 martial artists in Unabara. There, one of the son of Washitzu Naosata, Washitzu Naoshi, comes in search of the legendary swordsman, only to find that he had gone missing several years ago. After seeing the battle style of Gama, he instead chooses to ask Gama to come with him. Wanting to become stronger, Gama agrees to his offer, and that marks the beginning of Gama's battle to become the strongest of all ...

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Mar 9, 2015
Bugiboo (All reviews)
Before I start: This is my first review, so it’ll not be perfect. If you read it, I appreciate the feedback.

I can describe Gamaran with one phrase: A complete blast of action. No unnecessarily complex plot, no exaggerated emotional breakdowns, almost no trace of romance; there are only ever-changing action and fighting. It makes Gamaran a paragon of shounen action/fighting series in my opinion. When I see “action” and “fighting” in genre section, I want to see some real fighting but most of the modern shonen “fighting” series gives us less fighting, more triviality. But Gamaran is sincere; it’s a fighting series and it gives read more
Sep 14, 2013
Danno (All reviews)
In my opinion, there are two parts to Gamaran; there's the intense and fast-paced action up to around chapter 60 and there's... the rest.

- - - S T O R Y - - -
The story is pretty weak, to be honest. In fact, up to around chapter 60, there's barely a story at all. It's pretty much just all about Gama wanting to get stronger. The manga is amazing action at every turn. Each enemy is a master of a different martial art, most of which using different weapons, which keeps things really fresh and interesting. Things go from one battle to another read more
Jun 17, 2021
Joricardo (All reviews)
Gamaran is a fun manga with good fights, but with a very weak story. But let's go by parts.

Characters in the work are charismatic, each having their own fighting style. But that's just it, because they lack more depth, it's difficult to cling or create a bond.

The protagonist, Gama, is good. Instead of being the typical gentle protagonist who wants to save everyone, he is more in the line of samurai honor full of convictions and philosophy of life.

Gamaran's story, as said before, is weak. It exists only to justify the struggles, which is bad, as it gets in the way of continuing the work. read more
Apr 27, 2014
Neomagnetix (All reviews)
Gamaran is my first samurai manga. Its quite odd to have read a manga that doesnt have any super powers or sci-fi elements, but still, it was fine and fun.

STORY 7/10

I find the story very good and interesting, but somewhat it lacks creation. The setting is around the Unabara, or The Land of Demons as sometimes reffered, in which a tournament is held. But its not just some typical martial arts tournament because the tournament is held to determine the next Daimyo(landlord) of Unabara. The contestants are Daimyo's sons. 31 sons were given the task to find the strongest dojo they can and participate for read more

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