Fist of The Blue Sky

Fist of the Blue Sky (蒼天の拳, Sōten no Ken?, Souten no Ken) is a martial arts/noir manga series by Tetsuo Hara with plot supervision by Buronson that was serialized in the Weekly Comic Bunch from 2001 throughout 2010. It is a prequel to Fist of the North Star, which Hara originally illustrated and co-wrote with Buronson. Set primarily in Shanghai during the 1930s, the series centers around the 62nd successor of the Hokuto Shinken style, Kenshiro Kasumi, the namesake and predecessor of Kenshiro from Fist of the North Star. It has been adapted into a 26-episode anime series that aired from 2006 to 2007.

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