Bradherley no Basha
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Bradherley no Basha

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Synonyms: Brad Harley no Basha, Bradherley's Coach
Japanese: ブラッドハーレーの馬車


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 8
Status: Finished
Published: 2005 to 2007
Genre: Drama Drama
Theme: Historical Historical
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Manga Erotics F
Authors: Samura, Hiroaki (Story & Art)


Score: 6.581 (scored by 47874,787 users)
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Ranked: #123712
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Popularity: #1706
Members: 9,235
Favorites: 61

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Every year, Lord Nicola A. Bradherley, one of Europe's leading aristocrats, sends his coach round to various orphanages to adopt little girls and trains them to join his opera troupe. But most of these girls never make it onto the stage—a far more sinister fate awaits them, sacrificed in the name of the greater good.

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Bradherley no Basha was published in Polish by Waneko on October 27, 2015.


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Feb 16, 2015
Polyphemus (All reviews)
I don't get it. Bradherley no Basha is basically 8 chapters of abject filth, and it offers its audience no consolation. It's about pre-teen orphan girls getting gang-raped by violent prisoners. The common interpretation of Bradherley no Basha is that it's either a condemnation of the depicted acts or is a mere depiction and should not be taken as anything more. This strikes me as false, seeing as the mangaka contrived the premise of the story illogically, just to force the circumstances where these girls are subjected to the abuse of the prisoners. What I mean is that the reasoning behind giving the girls to read more
Jul 17, 2008
psygremlin (All reviews)
Some readers might recognise Hiroaki Samura's name from the "swords and sandals" epic, "Blade of the Immortal", possibly the romantic comedy "Ohikkoshi". If you do, and you're keen to try "Bradherley's Coach", first forget everything you might have read from this managka before. This is, simply put, very dark, chilling and very disturbing (yes, my read-at-random method has dished up another offering from the Dark Side). In a way, I'd describe it as "horror done right."

I'm going to start off with a warning - this manga will shock you. Nothing can prepare you for the premise underlying this tale. Yet he doesn't do read more
Jun 15, 2009
AironicallyHuman (All reviews)
Mod Edit: review may contain spoilers.

With the limited amount of 10/10s in existence, I am forever on the lookout for anything of the more serious and twisted variety, for if there is anything that can get a reaction out if me, it is not blushing wuv shoujo, or the usual braindead school anime.

Bradherley's Coach certainly fits the bill: set in Europe in the early 1900's (the setting matching best with England), is is about girls from orphanages getting picked based on their appearance to join the opera troupe of one of the most powerful nobles (the fourth, to be precise!) in existence - Bradherley. The read more
May 20, 2013
onionsoup (All reviews)
If you are looking for a story that is going to leave you with a bad taste than Bradherley's Coach is for you. It's one of the most appalling, pathetic stories I have ever read. I feel disgusted, just can't get it off my head.

The story revolves around little girls getting brutally raped and tortured to death in the most goriest fashion imaginable. With each chapter the story moves on to the next girl. Some chapters focus on the background stories of the girls; but there is no real character development.

The only silver lining of this manga is its art. The art style read more


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