Shinsengumi Imon Peace Maker
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Shinsengumi Imon Peace Maker

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: PeaceMaker, SIPM, Wagamama Tenshi no Sodatekata.
Japanese: 新撰組異聞PEACE MAKER
English: Shinsengumi Imon Peace Maker
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 30
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 12, 1999 to Aug 11, 2001
Genres: Action Action, Drama Drama
Themes: Historical Historical, Samurai Samurai
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Gangan
Authors: Chrono, Nanae (Story & Art)

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Score: 7.651 (scored by 12931,293 users)
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Ranked: #17582
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Popularity: #3736
Members: 4,254
Favorites: 57

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Synopsis

When childhood innocence gives way to a blinding thirst for revenge, is it worth the price of one's humanity? Tetsunosuke and Tatsunosuke are the sons of a diplomat who sought to bring peace and prosperity to Japan during the early Meiji Restoration. But when their parents are murdered before their very eyes, Tetsu seeks to join the Shinsengumi, the unofficial police who are capable of the same brutality as his parents' murderers. Wading through a sea of espionage, deception and bloodshed, the young boy must choose: should he take a step on the path to becoming a demon... or give up his rage and transform into the ultimate Peacemaker?

(Source: Tokyopop)

Included one-shot:
Volume 6: Wagamama Tenshi no Sodatekata.

Background

Shinsengumi Imon Peace Maker was published in English as Peace Maker by Tokyopop from November 11, 2005 to November 1, 2008. The publication followed the second edition of the japanese print, with five volumes.

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Nov 14, 2008
Touka (All reviews)
Nanae Chrono's Peace Maker was released at a time where Shinsengumi fiction was mostly confined to television shows and films - in fact, the same year saw the release of Nagisa Oshima's Gohatto - despite them being a staple of Japanese culture. Rurouni Kenshin and Kaze Hikaru were really the only other established manga that had depicted the samurai police force in any light. The decade since has seen the Shinsengumi reinvigorated, with numerous portrayals in Because Goodbyes Are Coming Soon, Sayonara Shinsengumi, Hakuouki and Gintama. However, no manga since Peace Maker has portrayed them so tremendously and to such a memorable degree.

The story follows read more
Jun 16, 2013
TuesdaysDusk (All reviews)
The Shinsengumi is a fairly common topic for anime and manga. They appear in stories ranging in style from the comedy Gintama to the shonen samurai action series Rurouni Kenshin. The real life special police force that existed during the final days of the Shogunate is indeed quite fascinating; their talent was renowned and, despite having lost their war, it is difficult to not paint them in the very least a remarkable light.

Shinsengumi Imon Peacemaker follows Tetsunosuke Ichimura as he struggles with the concepts of revenge, killing, and friendship after joining the Shinsengumi in order to become stronger and avenge the brutal murder of his read more

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Volume 6?
Zayn - Nov 3, 2009
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