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The gods do not take this kindly; and soon, the emperor of a neighboring land, Wu Jifa, leads a crusade against the rebelling Shang. During the battle, the Shang forces are vastly overwhelmed, and just when the capital is inches away from being taken, Zhou joins the fight. Although he breaks through the enemy ranks and makes his way toward Jifa, out of nowhere a god falls from the sky, landing right before him, prepared to personally deal with the troublemaker. Has a lame leg, the worst possible condition for a martial artist. Not only does he have an epiphany but an undefeatable martial arts power begins to bloom inside of the painting. In this manhwa, they give a different spin to the martial arts concept which I quite like.
Only by accepting all the challenges on this lonely path can you break through and become the strongest. A school for such cultivators, High Heaven Pavilion tries to prepare their students for the harsh reality of the path they are taking by putting them through the harshest of conditions. One day the lowly sweeper Kai Yang managed to obtain a black book, setting him on the path of attaining the peak of the martial world. During his previous life, Taixuan Taizun was a peerless genius within the world of immortality. After being killed by 3 celestial beings he found himself back in time to where he was powerless thanks to the book of heaven. All he wants is to become an immortal once more and return to the immortal world.
Naruto and his peers now live in a world of peace, working hard to uphold an international truce built on good will and diplomacy. However, this stasis comes at a personal cost for the aging hero. Boruto Uzumaki faces a world completely unlike that of his father, finding unique trouble in the distance between the two.
We have the latest manga with all of the updated chapters on our website. Training to get stronger and stronger while also refining his techniques, he ventures onward as he pursues a holy land within himself in the bleak world of violence. Filled with incredibly detailed and brutal artwork, this manga is paired with a beautiful story from start to finish. The series went on to win several awards, including the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize. Although this manga is pretty short, it is well-illustrated with a story that is a great accompaniment to the anime. The one-armed Fujiki Gennosuke and the blind Irako Seigen have to survive the tournament in a manga that is incredibly gruesome and violent.
It’s all depicted with beautiful art throughout the whole series, truly capturing the brutality of the tournament. The Chunin Exams, in particular, were a great showcase of how well the series respected strategy and hand-to-hand combat. It went a little off the rails towards the end, but it’s a series that knew how to capture the essence of a warrior and the effects of endless fighting.