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Final ch of Bakumatsu Tobaku Barbaroi by Homura Kawamoto releases on July 28

(Last Updated On: July 18, 2023)

Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ web manga service recently released the 43rd chapter of Bakumatsu Tobaku Barbaroi, a manga created by Homura Kawamoto, the mastermind behind Kakegurui. This chapter unveiled that the series will conclude in its next installment on July 28.

Bakumatsu Tobaku Barbaroi made its debut on Shonen Jump+ in May 2022, with Kawamoto crafting the story and Toyotaka Haneda handling the artwork. The first compiled volume of the manga was published by Shueisha in August 2022, followed by the fourth volume on April 4.

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The narrative of Bakumatsu Tobaku Barbaroi takes place 250 years after the establishment of the Edo Shogunate, where “gambling” has become the means through which people who have forgotten about war engage in conflicts. Our story centers around a female swordsmanship dojo instructor who crosses paths with a man possessing a rare gambling talent. Driven by an ambitious desire to alter history, this man sets forth on a captivating journey.

Bakumatsu Tobaku Barbaroi

In August 2021, Kawamoto launched another manga titled Isekai no Hime to no Koi Bakuchi ni, Jinrui no Sonbо̄ ga Kakkatemasu in Akita Shoten’s Champion RED magazine, collaborating with Zuzu Kamiya. However, their joint fantasy manga project, Isekai Tenseisha Goroshi -Cheat Slayer-, was unfortunately cancelled in June 2021 after just one chapter.

Kawamoto’s most renowned work is the Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler manga, which debuted in Square Enix’s Gangan Joker magazine in March 2014. The English version of the manga is published by Yen Press. Kakegurui inspired a television anime series that aired from July to September 2017 in Japan, later premiering worldwide on Netflix in February 2018. The anime’s second season arrived in January 2019, with Netflix streaming the series from June 2019. A live-action adaptation consisting of ten episodes premiered in Japan in January 2018, also available for streaming on Netflix outside of Japan.

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The second season of the live-action series debuted in March 2019, followed by a live-action film in May 2019. A sequel film had initially been scheduled for release in May 2021 but faced delays due to COVID-19 and the extended state of emergency in Japan, eventually opening in June of that year. Katsura Saiki’s Kakegurui Twins manga spinoff also inspired a new anime series on Netflix, which made its debut in August 2022.


Source | Shonen Jump+

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