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The Heroic Legend of Arslan
The Heroic Legend of Arslan (Japanese: アルスラーン戦記, Hepburn: Arusurān Senki, lit. Arslan War Record(s)) is a Japanese fantasy novel series written by Yoshiki

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The Heroic Legend of ArslanCover of the first volume of The Heroic Legend of Arslan as published by Kadokawa Shoten on October 1, 1986. Art by Yoshitaka Amano.アルスラーン戦記
(Arslan Senki)GenreAdventure, fantasy[1] Novel seriesWritten byYoshiki TanakaIllustrated byYoshitaka Amano (Kadokawa)
Shinobu Tanno (Kobunsha)Published byKadokawa Shoten (older edition)
Kobunsha (current edition)Original run1986 – 2017Volumes16 Original video animationDirected byMamoru Hamatsu (1–2, 5–6)
Mihiro Yamaguchi(3–4)Produced byKei Sugiyama
Masatoshi Tojo
Noriko Matsuura
Yutaka Takahashi
Toshio Suzuki (ep 1)
Yasuhisa Kazama (ep 1)
Keishi Yamazaki (ep 2)
Kazuhiko Ikeguchi (eps 3–4)
Akira Maruta (eps 5–6)
Mitsuhisa Hida (eps 5–6)
Nagateru Kato (eps 5–6)
Noriaki Ikeda (eps 5–6)Written byMegumi Matsuoka (1–2)
Megumi Sugihara (3–6)Music byNorihiro TsuruStudioAnimate Film (1–2)
J.C.Staff (3–6)Licensed byNA Central Park MediaReleased August 17, 1991 – September 21, 1995Runtime60 minutes (1–2)
35 minutes (3–6)Episodes6 MangaWritten byChisato NakamuraPublished byKadokawa ShotenDemographicShōjoMagazineAsuka Fantasy DXOriginal runNovember 1991 – September 1996Volumes13 MangaWritten byHiromu ArakawaPublished byKodanshaEnglish publisherNA Kodansha ComicsDemographicShōnenMagazineBessatsu Shōnen MagazineOriginal runJuly 9, 2013 – presentVolumes10[2] Anime television seriesDirected byNoriyuki AbeWritten byMakoto UezuMusic byTaro IwashiroStudioLiden Films
SanzigenLicensed byAUS Universal/SonyNA FunimationUK Universal Pictures UK (physical)
Funimation (digital)Original networkJNN (MBS)Original run April 5, 2015 – September 27, 2015Episodes25 + OVA (List of episodes) Anime television seriesThe Heroic Legend of Arslan: Dust Storm DanceDirected byNoriyuki AbeWritten byMakoto UezuMusic byTaro IwashiroStudioLiden FilmsLicensed byAUS Madman EntertainmentNA FunimationUK MVM FilmsOriginal networkJNN (MBS)Original run July 3, 2016 – August 21, 2016Episodes8 + OVA (List of episodes) Anime and Manga portal

The Heroic Legend of Arslan (Japanese: アルスラーン戦記, Hepburn: Arusurān Senki, lit. Arslan War Record(s)) is a Japanese fantasy novel series written by Yoshiki Tanaka. It was first published in 1986 and ended in 2017 with sixteen novels and one side story in the official guidebook Arslan Senki Dokuhon.

It was adapted into a manga, which caught up with the novel and then received an original ending, and ran from November 1991 to September 1996. It also received two anime film adaptations, and a four-part, unfinished anime OVA. In 2013, a second manga adaptation started serializing at Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine, with illustrations by Hiromu Arakawa. In 2015, it was adapted into an anime television series, which covered Tanaka’s first 4 novels, and was based on Arakawa’s manga art style and character designs. A second season, based on novels 5 and 6, aired in 2016.

The anime caught up with the second manga after only 3 volumes (covering the first novel) had been published, meaning the majority of Season 1 and all of Season 2 adapted the original novels before the manga did. Ever since Season 1 Episode 11, the anime’s director Noriyuki Abe, together with script writer and series composer Makoto Uezu, started making their own adaptation of Tanaka’s novels, and so deviated from the second manga’s later, more faithful adaptation.

Contents
  • 1 Inspirations
  • 2 Overviews
    • 2.1 Setting
    • 2.2 Plot
  • 3 Media
    • 3.1 Novels
    • 3.2 Manga
    • 3.3 OVA series
    • 3.4 Anime television
    • 3.5 Video games
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links
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Whilst the protagonist's name appears to may have been taken from the popular Persian epic of Amir Arsalan, other than this anachronism, Arslan and his Parsian enemies and allies primarily share many parallels with Cyrus the Great and other historical figures of 6th century BCE Persia (albeit with several liberties taken), whereas the conflicts with the Lusitanian forces (which bear the Eastern Roman Orthodox cross) – despite mostly French names and a certain religious zealotry implying a connection to the (Catholic) Crusades (again, with liberties taken)– appear to be based on the East Roman–Persian Wars, specifically those of the 6th century CE. Furthermore, several names of prominent Parsian characters appear to be taken from known important figures throughout Persian history as well as the historically unsubstantiated legendary parts of the historiographic Persian epic Shahnameh. Additionally, supernatural elements mostly based on ancient Near East mythology increasingly play a role as the series goes on.

Overviews See also: List of The Heroic Legend of Arslan characters Setting

The story is set in a legendary vision of an indistinct amalgam of over a thousand years of pre-Islamic Persia and nearby other countries. While the world in which it takes place is one where magic obviously exists, said magic is of an extremely limited nature. Until the middle of the anime, the only magical happenings involve a few spells and a giant, humanoid monster. There aren't races such as elves or dwarves, though many evil monsters such as ghouls and winged monkeys, appear in the second half of the novel series. Especially the first half of the series is, at the core, a war story taking place between human nations. In addition, there are underlying themes exploring the repercussions of slavery on a society, having an absolute monarch who treats the poor as cattle, and religious obsession.

Plot

The story follows the exploits of Arslan, the crown prince of the fictional kingdom of Pars, and it is divided into two parts. In the first part, Pars is taken over by the neighboring nation of Lusitania after Arslan's father, King Andragoras III, falls victim to a treacherous plot led by some of his most trusted retainers. After barely escaping with his life, Arslan rejoins his loyal servant, Daryun. Backed up by only a few more companions, including the philosopher and tactician Narsus and his young servant Elam, also Farangis, an aloof, cold priestess, and Gieve, a travelling musician and con-man, Arslan stands against overwhelming odds to assemble an army strong enough to liberate his nation from the Lusitanian army which is led by the elusive warrior known as "Silvermask", who is later revealed to be another contender to Pars' throne. In the second part, Arslan, now king of Pars, divides himself between defending his country against several external threats, including Silvermask, who is still at large, seeking to claim the throne for himself, and addressing the needs and hopes of his subjects.

Media Novels

The original novel, Arslan Senki, was written by Dr. Yoshiki Tanaka. Though he is primarily a novelist, Tanaka's works have been adapted into manga and anime forms before. His novel Ginga eiyu densetsu became Legend of the Galactic Heroes, and Sohryuden became Legend of the Dragon Kings. There are sixteen novels in the Arslan Senki storyline. These novels were illustrated by manga artist and character-designer Yoshitaka Amano (whose other works include the character design for several Final Fantasy games and for Vampire Hunter D).

Manga

The popularity of the Arslan Senki novels was so great that it became natural for it to make a transition to manga form. The thirteen-volume manga was written by Tanaka and illustrated by Chisato Nakamura. The manga was published by Kadokawa Shoten.

A second manga adaptation of Arslan Senki started serialization in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in July 2013, illustrated by Hiromu Arakawa, best known for the manga titles Fullmetal Alchemist and Silver Spoon. This adaptation is currently available for online-exclusive purchase at Crunchyroll,[3] while Kodansha Comics is physically publishing the manga in North America.[4]

OVA series

The popularity of the novels led to the creation of a series of OVAs with character designs adapted by Sachiko Kamimura. The first two OVA episodes were released as "movies", which is why each one is an hour long, rather than the traditional half-hour and were produced by Kadokawa Shoten and Sony Music Entertainment Japan. A second OVA series that followed up the first OVAs released in 1995. Both OVAs were licensed by Central Park Media and were released on DVD and VHS.[5] The English dub for Part 1 was produced by Manga UK (who had also licensed the anime in the same region), while Part 2 was dubbed by Central Park Media themselves.[6] This caused a lot inconsistencies in both dubs.

Because of the aforementioned issues regarding translations and names, as well as possible issues with funding the project, it took an extremely long time for the Arslan anime to make its way to the United States. While they originally began production in 1990, as of 2006, they have still not completed the story. Even so, the final two chapters of the OVA arc were not made available until years after the first four had been released, in 2002.

Anime television Main article: List of The Heroic Legend of Arslan episodes

A new anime television series to be based on the Hiromu Arakawa manga was announced on November 2, 2014.[7] The TV series is directed by Noriyuki Abe, with Makoto Uezu acting as scriptwriter.[8] The series aired from April to September 2015 on MBS and other Japan News Network stations in Nichigo timeslot at 5:00pm. An OAD was bundled with the manga's fifth limited edition volume, which released on May 9, 2016.[9] An 8-episode second season, titled The Heroic Legend of Arslan: Dust Storm Dance, began airing on July 3, 2016.[10][11]

Video games

The first video game based on The Heroic Legend of Arslan was released in 1993 for Sega Mega-CD. A strategy RPG in the vein of similar titles of the era such as the Fire Emblem series, it serves as a companion to the OVA series.[12]

A Musou crossover game was released on October 1, 2015 on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in Japan.[13] Koei Tecmo announced on July 30, 2015, that they would release the game in the west. Arslan: The Warriors of Legend, which was released on February 9, 2016.[14] The game is based on the anime adaptation of the Hiromu Arakawa manga and follows the arc of the show's first season.

See also
  • Aslan (disambiguation)
  • Shamshir-e Zomorrodnegar
  • Fulad-zereh
  • Cup of Jamshid
  • Persian literature
Notes References
  1. ^ "The Heroic Legend of Arslan". Funimation. Retrieved June 28, 2017..mw-parser-output cite.citation{font-style:inherit}.mw-parser-output .citation q{quotes:"\"""\"""'""'"}.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-free a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/65/Lock-green.svg/9px-Lock-green.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-registration a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-gray-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-subscription a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-red-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration{color:#555}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription span,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration span{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}.mw-parser-output .cs1-ws-icon a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4c/Wikisource-logo.svg/12px-Wikisource-logo.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output code.cs1-code{color:inherit;background:inherit;border:inherit;padding:inherit}.mw-parser-output .cs1-hidden-error{display:none;font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-visible-error{font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-maint{display:none;color:#33aa33;margin-left:0.3em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration,.mw-parser-output .cs1-format{font-size:95%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-left,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-left{padding-left:0.2em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-right,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-right{padding-right:0.2em}
  2. ^ "アルスラーン戦記(10)" (in Japanese). Kodansha. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  3. ^ "Crunchyroll Releases Aijin, Koe no Katachi, Arslan Manga". Anime News Network. 2014-03-14. Retrieved 2015-01-03.
  4. ^ "Kodansha USA Announces Heroic Legend of Arslan Manga Release". Anime News Network. 2014-03-22. Retrieved 2015-01-01.
  5. ^ "Multiple Announcements From CPM, Animeigo, Pioneer". Anime News Network. 1998-12-01. Retrieved 2015-01-03.
  6. ^ Justin Sevakis (2007-12-13). "Buried Treasure – Heroic Legend of Arslan Part 1". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2015-01-03.
  7. ^ "Heroic Legend of Arslan Manga Gets Anime". Anime News Network. 2014-11-02. Retrieved 2015-01-03.
  8. ^ "The Heroic Legend of Arslan Anime's Main Staff, April Premiere Unveiled". Anime News Network. 2015-01-03.
  9. ^ "Heroic Legend of Arslan Manga's 5th Volume Listed With Bundled DVD". Anime News Network. 2015-10-10. Retrieved 2016-05-01.
  10. ^ "The Heroic Legend of Arslan 2nd Season Premieres in July". Anime News Network. 2016-03-27. Retrieved 2016-03-27.
  11. ^ "Heroic Legend of Arslan Anime's 2nd Season Will Have 8 Episodes, July 3 Premiere". Anime News Network. 2016-05-08. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
  12. ^ "The Heroic Legend of Arslan/Arslan Senki". Hardcore Gaming 101.
  13. ^ "Heroic Legend of Arslan Manga Gets Musou Game for PS4, PS3". Anime News Network.
  14. ^ "Arslan: The Warriors of Legend coming west in early 2016, Xbox One version added". Gematsu.
External links
  • Official website
  • Heroic Legend of Arslan review by THEM Anime
  • Arislan Senki review by The Animé Café
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan (manga) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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  • Tokyo Mew Mew (2002–2003)
  • Detective School Q (2003–2004)
  • Bleach (2004–2012)
  • Black Butler: Book of Circus (2014)
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan (2015)
  • Divine Gate (2016)
  • Boruto: Naruto Next Generations (2017–present)
  • Kochoki: Wakaki Nobunaga (2019)
  • Slap-up Party: Arad Senki Season 2 (2019)
Films and OVAs
  • Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie (1993)
  • Ninku: Tomb of Knives (1994)
  • Hunter × Hunter - Jump Super Anime Tour (1998)
  • Bleach: Memories of Nobody (2006)
  • Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion (2007)
  • Bleach: Fade to Black (2008)
  • Bleach: Hell Verse (2010)
  • Black Butler: Book of Murder (2014)
  • Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic (2017)
  • The Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky (2018)
  • v
  • t
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Ultra Super PicturesSanzigenTelevision series
  • Black Rock Shooter (2012)
  • Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life (2012)
  • Miss Monochrome: The Animation (2013–2015)
  • Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova- (2013)
  • Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life: Kakusei-hen (2014)
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan (2015)
  • Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life: Mugen-hen (2015)
  • Heavy Object (2015–2016, 3DCG)
  • BBK/BRNK (2016)
  • BBK/BRNK: The Gentle Giants of the Galaxy (2016)
  • ID-0 (2017)
  • BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! ☆ Pico (2018)
  • BanG Dream! (2019, S2–S3)
OVA/ONAs
  • Monster Strike: The Long-Awaited Utopia (2017)
  • Monster Strike 2nd Season (2017)
  • Sorcery in the Big City (2017)
Films
  • 009 Re:Cyborg (2012)
  • New Initial D the Movie (2014–2016)
  • Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova DC- (2015)
  • Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova Cadenza- (2015)
OrdetTelevision series
  • Kannagi (2008, production co-op)
  • Fractale (2011, production co-op)
  • Black Rock Shooter (2012)
  • Senyu (2013)
  • Senyu 2 (2013)
  • Wake Up, Girls! (2014)
OVAs/ONAs
  • Kannagi (2009, production co-op)
  • Black Rock Shooter (2010)
  • Blossom (2012)
  • Miyakawa-ke no Kūfuku (2013)
  • Wake Up, Girl ZOO! (2014–2015)
Films
  • Wake Up, Girls! - Seven Idols (2014)
  • Wake Up, Girls! Seishun no Kage (2015)
  • Wake Up, Girls! Beyond the Bottom (2015)
Studio TriggerTelevision series
  • Kill la Kill (2013–2014)
  • When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace (2014)
  • Hacka Doll (2015)
  • Space Patrol Luluco (2016)
  • Kiznaiver (2016)
  • Little Witch Academia (2017)
  • Darling in the Franxx (2018)
  • SSSS.Gridman (2018)
OVAs/ONAs
  • Inferno Cop (2012–present)
  • Kill la Kill (2014)
  • Japan Animator Expo (2015)
  • Ninja Slayer From Animation (2015)
Films
  • Little Witch Academia (2013)
  • Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade (2015)
  • Promare (2019)
Related
  • Gainax
Liden FilmsTelevision series
  • Senyu (2013)
  • Senyu 2 (2013)
  • Aiura (2013)
  • Miss Monochrome: The Animation (2013–2015)
  • Terra Formars (2014)
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan (2015)
  • Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches (2015)
  • Sekkō Boys (2016)
  • Schwarzesmarken (2016)
  • Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko: Everything Flows (2016)
  • Terra Formars: Revenge (2016)
  • Berserk (2016–2017, production co-op)
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan: Dust Storm Dance (2016)
  • Poco's Udon World (2016)
  • Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor (2017)
  • Love and Lies (2017)
  • Killing Bites (2018)
  • Layton Mystery Tanteisha: Katori no Nazotoki File (2018–2019)
  • Hanebado! (2018)
  • Phantom in the Twilight (2018)
  • Boarding School Juliet (2018)
  • As Miss Beelzebub Likes (2018)
  • Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka (2019)
  • Mayonaka no Occult Kōmuin (2019)
  • Magical Sempai (2019)
  • Dixia Cheng Yu Yongshi: Dungeon and Fighter (2019)
OVA/ONAs
  • Terra Formars: Bugs 2 (2014)
  • Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches (2014–2015)
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan (2016)
  • Monster Strike: A Rhapsody Called Lucy -The Very First Song- (2017)
  • Monster Sonic! D'Artagnan's Rise to Fame (2017)
  • Lost Song (2018)
  • Terra Formars: Earth Arc (2018)
  • Love and Lies (2018)
Films
  • New Initial D the Movie (2014–2016)
  • Cardfight!! Vanguard: The Movie (2014)
  • Monster Strike The Movie (2016)
as Ultra Super Pictures
  • Harmonie (2014)
  • Monster Strike (2015–2016)
  • Monster Strike: Mermaid Rhapsody (2016)
  • Monster Strike: An Encore of Continuance- Pandora's Box (2016)
  • Monster Strike: Rain of Memories (2016)
  • Monster Strike The Movie (2016)
Video games
  • Project X Zone (2012)
  • Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time (2017)
  • Indivisible (2019)
Category
  • v
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Doroku/Nichigo timeslotDoroku (2002-2008)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
  • Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny
  • Blood+
  • Ghost Slayers Ayashi
  • Toward the Terra
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00
Nichigo (2008-2017)
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (Season Two)
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Sengoku Basara II
  • Star Driver
  • Blue Exorcist
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
  • Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
  • Space Battleship Yamato 2199
  • Magi: The Kingdom of Magic
  • Haikyu!!
  • The Seven Deadly Sins
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
  • My Hero Academia
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan: Dust Storm Dance
  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Signs of Holy War
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (Season Two)


 
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