As self-proclaimed hero Hazama Masayoshi learns that heroes and villains are parts of their community, not forces outside of it. he begins to reject violence and root his sense of justice in love and empathy rather than punishment.
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No one has ever asked whether Samurai Flamenco is good, because the question is a loud and simultaneous “no” and “yes.” But the question of whether it “counts” as queer romance has waged on for eight exhausting years now. Incidentally: yes, it does.
We proudly present Part Two of our Decade Selections, affectionately titled: “I can’t believe my teammates have such bad taste!”