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History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi

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The story is focused on Kenichi Shirahama, an average 15-year-old weakling, whose life turns to Hell with the appearance of the naive, beautiful, and strong transfer student, Miu Fuurinji. After Kenichi witnesses Miu's skills in martial arts, he joins the Ry?zanpaku dojo, the gathering place of those who are truly strong, which also happens to be Miu's home. After beating a karate student in a match, he is soon targeted by all the delinquents in the school. Since then, Kenichi's routine is divided between his hellish training with the masters of Ryouzanpaku, and his fights against the members of Ragnarok, a gang who views him as either a possible ally or an impending threat to their plans.

Manga by Matsuena Syun

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  • ComicTime · 3 weeks ago

    a great series lots of action and a really good story

  • katana123199 · 3 weeks ago

    I love this series. The fighting, the lewdness, and the comedy really hold together with one another

  • Bookimp · 3 weeks ago

    I love fighting manga and this one is in my top 5. Yeah its got a lot of fanservice but the fights are real (well manga real) and the martial arts with somewhat plausible (come on if we could do it it wouldn't be manga) explanations and .. physics.. ok maybe not but hey closer than some! The character development is good and there is a plot not just fights.

  • tayrashashank · 2 weeks ago

    i am a beginer in manga reading can you tell me about your top martial arts manga

  • gazzi · 2 weeks ago

    love this manga

  • tayrashashank · 2 weeks ago

    this manga is one the best battle manga i have seen its fighting plots are good and well planned if it has more background story on yomi and yami then episode would have more killing intent scene then it would be great but this manga has good sense of humour then its much more livelier

  • tayrashashank · 2 weeks ago

    I love fighting manga and this one is in my top 5. Yeah its got a lot of fanservice but the fights are real (well manga real) and the martial arts with somewhat plausible (come on if we could do it it wouldn't be manga) explanations and .. physics.. ok maybe not but hey closer than some! The character development is good and there is a plot not just fights.

  • tayrashashank · 2 weeks ago

    There is a kind of holistic quality to this on-going manga that makes it worth the read. I was surprised to see that no one had reviewed it yet. I'll keep this short and to the point without delving much into the story. Perhaps this is your usual martial arts manga, but it is also so much more. The story is about a talentless, downtrodden boy who works towards developing his martial arts skills through sheer hard work and will - much like Naruto. Along his journey his enemies become his friends and together they wage war against a greater evil - again, we've heard this before - what makes it special is the delivery and the characters. Through humor and hyperbole the masters who teach young Kenichi are made into caricatures and parodies of older martial art manga characters that we're so fond of, like "Hokuto no Ken" for instance. The various individual supporting characters have also been given much thought and characters who you thought were gone come back to play the part of an important piece in a larger puzzle. With every chapter, with every fight sequence we learn about the characters and what makes them human, sometimes even evil is compassionate. It is a very optimistic manga. With all the action and adventure, there is also a darker, more sinister and intriguing story that rears its head in the latter stages of the manga. The constant cliffhangers at the end of every chapter are so gripping that they can be called annoying! The artwork is not extraordinary, but takes a back seat to the story and characters - which is the primary driving force of this series. This wonderful blend of action, adventure, humor, martial arts, intrigue comes together in a very feel good package. If blood, gore, death and evil is your thing, this is probably not for you. Naruto fans will enjoy it, and I highly recommend it to fans of martial arts manga and anime like "Kenshin", "Shura no Toki", "Bleach" et al.

  • Natsur785 · 2 weeks ago

    I can't wait for the next chapter.

  • japa2 · 2 weeks ago

    i like this manga cos it involved martial arts and lots of fighting, though the main character is a bit of a coward when it comes to training.

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