Join Mugen, Jin and Fuu as they continue on their journey
to find the samurai who smells of sunflowers. Every plan is
perfect, at least until it meets Mugen, Jin and Fuu. Mugen
runs into a couple of childhood friends and gets talked into
a plan to raid a merchant boat on the stormy sea... Then,
a man being chased by a ninja throws a bag into the lake to
hide it. The next day, Mugen and Jin go fishing... until they
wind up fighting for their lives! Will fate allow them to
Miscreants Part 1: Mugen, Jin and Fuu meet a woman on
the beach who recognises Mugen. It turns out she is an old
friend from his past called Koza. It's not long before another
character from his past arrives, Mukuro - who is now a pirate.
Mukuro asks Mugen to join him and his men on a quest to acquire
lots of bounty by boarding a pirate ship and stealing their
Miscreants Part 2: Mugen realises he has walked into a
trap. When the pirate ship explodes Jin, Fuu and Koza fear
the worse for their friend Mugen. And when Fuu finds his body
washed up on the shore their worse fears are realised. Because
of what has gone on, Koza persuades Jin to kill Mukuro. But
can anyone be trusted?
episode, along with Part 1, sees a very noticeable
absence of the show's trademark humour. It is a little too
dry and could have done with a few gags to keep the pace going
Booty: While out fishing, Jin - whose fishing skills are
lacking - hooks the catch of the day. He's managed to fish
out a huge bag of money. Mugen and Jin head off to the local
red light district to get themselves some female company -
much to the annoyance of Fuu. Mugen soon discovers that his
choice in women is not what it could be, as he ends up with
an undercover cop who is trying to smash a counterfeit operation
that is run out of the brothel.
sees a welcome return to comedic form, after the previous
two dry episodes. There are some great scenes here - including
Fuu becoming incredibly fat over night just because she has
stuffed her face, and the opening scene with Jin's fishing
is also laugh out loud funny. But it was Mugen's constant
attempts to sleep with the undercover cop that really had
me guffawing like a fool.
of The Lost Verse 1: While walking through a forest Mugen,
Jin and Fuu get into a quarrel and separate. There are rumours
of a monster in the surrounding area, and all three of our
heroes are about to discover the truth behind these rumours.
with previous volumes, this tale hints at Mugen's seedier
side. He is something of a pervert - always trying to have
his way with the ladies, but never really knowing how to impress
them. It also reveals more of Fuu's quest. Apparently even
if they do track down the samurai that smells of sunflowers,
Fuu doesn't know what he looks like.
are nothing to get excited about. We get some conceptual art,
credits and trailers.
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