LADY SNOWBLOOD… Coda: Watching Lady Snowblood as companion piece to the Lone Wolf and Cub series “Narrator: People say you can’t wash away the mud of this world with pure white snow. You need asura snow – stained fiery red”

Anyway, don’t get too worked up over how much and what “Kill Bill” sampled from “Shura-yuki-hime.” Instead, remember that the samurai (chambara) genre is like any genre; without sampling it wouldn’t exist as a genre.

The film’s narrative is told out of chronological order, jumping between present and past events.

Kazuo Koike continued creating manga long after the 1970s Japanese cinematic exploitation boom was over and it is Crying Freeman, illustrated by Ryoichi Ikegami, that is probably his most famous 1980s and 90s work

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