Samurai Gun is a rather unique series set in a time period that was itself unique. Japan between the ancient ways and modern society. It was also a time period when 2 parties were out to control in Japan. The Shogun a self appointed ruler, and the Emperor.
It is the beginning of the industrial revolution, and feudal Japan is in turmoil. The ruling Shogun are wielding their abusive powers to instill fear and dominance over their oppressed subjects. Beatings, imprisonment, rape and even murder are the adopted tactics chosen to maintain their reign. The bloodshed must end. A group of Samurai have banded together, and, with the development of new weapons and new technology, they have both the will and the hardware to stand up and fight. Ichimatsu is one of these fighters. By day, he works incognito at a local tavern, in the evenings he frequents the brothels, and by the dark of night, he doles out some big-time, gun-barrel justice. He is here to help. He is Samurai Gun.
Every episode is a delight for the eyes, you see a mixture of so many genres…even a bit of steampunk. I have been watching the series for years and there is always something I have never seen before. The plots are a period of time, where you feel their world is almost at the point of civil war. Of how balance between “The Shogun Protective Bureau” and the “Samurai Gun”. Is always at a point of just before all out war, not to forget of how their world is changing, even though you already know the results you wonder was it a good thing?