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From the AnimeDorohedoro ドロヘドロ
Type of Song:Other
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Performed by:En (CV: Kenyu Horiuchi), 煙 (CV: 堀内 賢雄)
En (CV: Kenyu Horiuchi), 煙 (CV: 堀内 賢雄) Dream Kinoko Lyrics belongs to the anime Dorohedoro, take a look at the argument:
The land of Daigo Kagemitsu, a greedy samurai lord, is dying, and he will do anything for power, including renounce Buddha and make a pact with demons. His prayers are answered by 12 demons, who grant him the power he seeks by assisting the growth of his prefecture, but only at a cost. When Kagemitsu's first son is born, he lacks limbs, a nose, eyes, ears, and even skin—yet he survives.
This child is thrown into a river and forgotten about. But, by chance, he is rescued by a medicine man, who equips him with prosthetics and weapons, allowing him to survive and fend for himself. The boy lives and grows, and despite his inability to see, hear, or feel anything, he must defeat the demons who kidnapped him. With each one's death, he reclaims a piece of himself that was rightfully his. He wanders alone for many years until an orphan boy named Dororo befriends him. In an unforgiving, demon-infested world, the unlikely pair of castaways must now fight for survival and humanity.
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Q Hayashida's manga series Dorohedoro (Japanese:, Hepburn: Doro-hedoro, lit. "Mud-sludge"[a]) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by him. It follows Caiman, an amnesiac reptilian with a head, as he works with his friend Nikaido to reclaim his memories and survive in a strange and violent world. From November 2000 to September 2014, the manga was serialized in Shogakukan's seinen magazine Monthly Ikki, which then ceased publication. It was serialized in Hibana from March 2015 to August 2017, when Hibana also stopped publishing. In November 2017, Dorohedoro was transferred to Monthly Shnen Sunday, where he remained until September 2018. Shogakukan published 23 tankbon volumes containing the chapters. Viz Media licensed the series for English-language release in North America in 2009, and began digitally distributing the manga when it launched SigIKKI, the now-defunct online English version of Ikki magazine. From March 2010 to September 2019, 23 volumes were published. From January to March 2020, a 12-episode anime television series adaptation produced by MAPPA aired on Tokyo MX in Japan. It was followed by a global Netflix streaming release in May 2020.
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