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A young, and very imposing, Hitokiri Battousai.
Battousai realizes that the wound he took to his face is still bleeding profusely.
Hitokiri Battousai looks back over his shoulder.
The Hitokiri Battousai walks down the street in his straw hat.
Battousai leaves his room looking for Tomoe.
Hitokiri Battousai faces down the enemy, looking ... scary.
Kenshin peeks carefully around the darkened back fence of the inn.
Kenshin, the Hitokiri Battousai, turns in the midst of a pitched battle with the Shinsengumi.
Battousai the Manslayer cuts through an enemy on his way to find Tomoe.
Injured Kenshin's labored breath forms a cloud in the cold air.
A saddened Kenshin, deep in thought, bids farewell to an important person.
Kenshin surveys the victory at the Battle of Toba-Fushimi.
Kenshin, basking in the sun on the porch, notices Kaoru's approach.
Kenshin's eyes widen as he realizes he was just about to kill Jin-e.
Kenshin somberly disagrees with one of Kaoru's observations.
Kenshin gazes in awe at Shishio's death by fire.
Kenshin's shirtless here, because he's been badly injured.
Kenshin stands in the sun, sword at the ready.

A young, and very imposing, Hitokiri Battousai.
Sequence:
Show - Ruroni Kenshin
Layers: 1
Sketch: None
Background: Original Nonmatching

Rurouni Kenshin OVA - Kenshin (18)
This fabulous fan cel derived from the art book image is a great depiction of the young Hitokiri Battousai in his heyday. This teenager struck fear into the hearts of much older and more seasoned war veterans because of his lightning speed, massive strength, and utter cold-bloodedness.


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