List of Blade of The Immortal Episodes

List Of Blade Of The Immortal Episodes

Blade of the Immortal (無限の住人, Mugen no Jūnin?, lit. "the inhabitant of infinity") is an anime series based on the manga series created by Hiroaki Samura. It was directed by Kōichi Mashimo and produced by Bee Train, with production support by Production I.G and Pony Canyon. Bee Train was responsible for the animation production, Pony Canyon produced the music for the series, and Yoshimitsu Yamashita designed the characters. The story follows the adventures of Manji, a samurai cursed with immortality due to killing one hundred men. Weary of his immortal life, Manji seeks to repent for sins and lift the curse of immortality by killing 1,000 evil men.

The first announcement of the Blade of the Immortal anime was in Kodansha's Afternoon magazine. The series aired from July 14, 2008 to December 29, 2008 on AT-X.

The opening theme is "Akai Usagi" (赤いウサギ?, lit. "red rabbit") by Makura no Sōshi, and the closing theme is "Wants" by GRAPEVINE. "Akai Usagi" was included on the CD album "Mugen no Jūnin Original Soundtrack", released on July 16, 2008, and "Wants" was released on a CD single on May 21, 2009.

Seven DVD compilation volumes were released by Pony Canyon between August 29, 2008 and February 27, 2009, followed by a DVD-box on November 11, 2010.

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