Watsuki

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Nobuhiro Watsuki
... Nobuhiro Watsuki (和月 伸宏, Watsuki Nobuhiro?, born May 26, 1970) is a Japanese manga artist, best known for his samurai-themed series Rurouni Kenshin ...
Makimachi Misao - Creation and Conception
... Misao was introduced because Watsuki felt that the Kyoto arc needed an extra heroine character to interact with Kenshin since Kenshin and Kaoru were separate ... Misao to be as "bright" as possible since the story was scheduled to be "in a dark direction." Watsuki added that "It's though Yahiko + Kaoru / 2 = Misao." The author of ... To prevent additional complications in the storyline, Watsuki wanted Misao as a character who would not develop romantic feelings for Kenshin ...
Rurouni Kenshin Characters - Other Characters - Himura Kenji
... Nobuhiro Watsuki, author of Rurouni Kenshin, used "stupid" as Kenji's personality model Watsuki described Kenji as "equivalent to Iori." Kenji's role ...
Saitō Hajime (Rurouni Kenshin) - Creation and Conception
... Nobuhiro Watsuki based Saitō Hajime on the actual historic figure of the same name who was the captain of the third squad of the Shinsengumi in the Meiji era ... Watsuki altered the character to a higher degree than the other historic figures who appear in Rurouni Kenshin since the character Saitō has a greater role ... In the development of Rurouni Kenshin Watsuki planned for Saitō to be a "dirty" hero who maintains his "Swift Death to Evil" policy and does not ...
Seta Sōjirō - Creation and Conception
... Nobuhiro Watsuki has stated that the character design of Sōjirō is loosely based on Okita Sōji, the captain of the first Squad of the Shinsengumi ... lost an important part in his human heart," making him without emotions and "pretty scary." Watsuki reported that some fans did not like the fact that a character modeled on Okita is a villain Watsuki ... Watsuki had no design model for Sōjirō Watsuki envisioned Okita as having bangs (fringes), so to Watsuki it was no surprise that Sōjirō also had bangs ...