Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings

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戦国BASARA
(Sengoku Basara)
Genre Aksiyon
Telebisyong Anime
Direktor Itsuro Kawasaki
Tagasulat Yasuyuki Muto
Tagalikha Yuko Sakurai
Studyo Production I.G
Tagalisensya Watawat ng Canada Flag of the United States Funimation Entertainment
Flag of the United Kingdom Manga Entertainment
Istasyon MBS, Animax, TV3 (2011), TV9 (2011)
Ingles na Istasyon Flag of the United States FUNimation Channel
Orihinal na Pagpapalabas 1 Abril 200917 Hunyo 2009
Kabanata 13 (Talaan ng mga Kabanata)
Telebisyong Anime
Sengoku Basara II
Direktor Kazuya Nomura
Tagasulat Yasuyuki Muto
Studyo Production I.G
Tagalisensya Watawat ng Canada Flag of the United States FUNimation Entertainment
Istasyon MBS, Animax, TV3 (2011), TV9 (2011)
Orihinal na Pagpapalabas July 11, 2010September 26, 2010
Kabanata 13 (Talaan ng mga Kabanata)
Pelikulang Anime
Sengoku Basara: The Last Party
Direktor Kazuya Nomura
Tagasulat Yasuyuki Muto
Studyo Production I.G
Inilabas noong 4 Hunyo 2011
Ang Portada ng Anime at Manga


Ang Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings (戦国BASARA Sengoku Basara?) ay isang adapyong pang-telebisyong anime ng Capcom sa seryeng larong bidyo na of the same name na ginawa ng Production I.G, planned and written by Yasuyuki Muto and chiefly directed by Itsuro Kawasaki (first season) and Kazuya Nomura (second season).

The series started broadcast on Japan's Central Broadcasting Company (CBC) in April 2009, and other networks broadcast the episodes within a few days, including TBS, MBS, and Animax.[1] Its first season made its North American television debut on the FUNimation Channel on November 16, 2010.[2] The opening theme song was "JAP" by Abingdon Boys School and its ending song is "Break & Peace" by Dustz. Pony Canyon released the first DVD volume on July 1, 2009.[3]

The series' second season, titled Sengoku Basara II, began broadcast in July 2010. Its opening song is "Sword Summit" by T.M. Revolution and its ending songs are "El Dorado" and "Fate" by Angelo. The upcoming trailer for the movie version, entitled Sengoku Basara: The Last Party, was released in 4 June 2011.[4][5]

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Silipin din: List of Sengoku Basara characters

In the bloody Sengoku Period, or Warring States Period, of feudal Japan, many generals fought in an endless struggle for power, but one man proved to be too big of a threat: the dark lord, Oda Nobunaga. Sanada Yukimura and Date Masamune, two young warlords from different regions who become heated rivals, begin to form an unlikely alliance with the rest of the generals to take down the Devil King.

The first season follows the emergence of the various protagonists, particularly Date Masamune and Sanada Yukimura, and their struggle against Nobunaga, who seeks to unite the land under him and is willing to crush anyone, even his own allies, to do it. It ends with his defeat at Masamune and Yukimura's hands.

The second season witnesses the emergence of Toyotomi Hideyoshi as the next potential unifier of the land, though unlike in actual history he has no connection to Nobunaga, whose retainers were almost entirely wiped out along with him by the end of the first season. It ends with Toyotomi Hideyoshi's defeat at the hands of Date Masamune, while Sanada Yukimura was busy fighting and defeating Mōri Motonari.

A movie version is being developed, and hint: it will depict the Battle of Sekigahara, which will determines the next Shogun of Japan. A trailer revealing both Sanada Yukimura and Date Masamune will return as the protagonists with Tokugawa Ieyasu and Ishida Mitsunari, along with the release date.[6]

Sengoku Basara would be aired by TV3 and TV9 on 2011.

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