Discotek Media Announces Blu-Ray Release Of ‘Fist of the North Star’ Film ‘Legend Of Raoh: Chapter Of Death In Love’

Fans of the dystopian anime ‘Fist of the North Star’ have reason to celebrate with the announcement that Discotek Media is releasing the film ‘The Legends of the True Savior- Legend of Raoh: Chapter of Death in Love’ on Blu-Ray home video release.

Directed by Takahiro Imamura, the movie was released in 2006 by TMS Entertainment, the movie was a hit at the Japanese box office. It serves as a reboot of the original 80s television anime show with new characters, plot alterations, and new details on the world.

Though the release date for the release is February 28, 2023, it is available for pre-order on the Right Stuf Anime website. It will include the English dubbed version of the movie.

You can take a look at the movie poster:

‘Fist of the North Star’ is based on the manga series written by Buronson, illustrated by Tetsuo Hara, and began publication in 1983. The Japanese publisher Shueisha serialized it in their ‘Weekly Shōnen Jump’ magazine.

Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows,

“The film adapts the Holy Emperor story arc, depicting the conflict between Kenshiro and Thouzer, but introduces a new heroine named Reina, one of Raoh’s army officers who falls in love with him. She and her brother Soga, Raoh’s advisor, play an important part with much of the plot involving Raoh’s relationship with Reina as he conquers the land; most of this portion is new content exclusive to this film. The other side of the story is the retelling of Kenshiro’s attempt to protect the villagers from Thouzer’s army with the help of Shū. There is also a small subplot of Bat returning to his home.”

The film is the first in a film series based on ‘Fist of the North Star: The Legends of the True Savior.’ It is followed by four sequels.

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