Synonyms for busujima or Related words with busujima

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Examples of "busujima"
Busujima Yuriko no Sekirara Nikki (毒島ゆり子のせきらら日記; "The Stark Diary of Yuriko Busujima") is a 2016 Renzoku drama, starring former AKB48 member Atsuko Maeda, starting April 20, 2016. It aired every Wednesday at 24:10 JST (00:10) on Tokyo Broadcasting System. The story focuses on the scandalous daily life of Yuriko Busujima.
is a Makai Priestess and Eiji Busujima's lover who died of an incurable disease two years ago, having met Raiga as a child who gave her a bell that she passed over to Busujima. Prior to her death, Busujima attempted to transfer Akari's soul into Mayuri in a desperate attempt to save her life. Though the ritual failed, Busujima mistook a half-awake Mayuri's attempt to ease him as a response from his lover before learning in the present that her soul long departed.
In 2016, she took the lead role of the drama "Busujima Yuriko no Sekirara Nikki" on TBS. The first episode is set to air on April 20, 2016.
, also known by the title , is a Makai Knight who once served the Senate and was the leader of the Shadowfolk Makai Knights. Busujima was once an honorable and upright person, whose teachings and code of conduct stressing prioritization of missions as Makai Knights above everything else; Crow, as a former student, holds these teachings with the utmost respect and continues to adhere to them to this day. Busujima eventually learned of Eyrith and the rumor of the Horror's power of resurrection when his beloved Akari was dying. This drove Busujima into madness as he attempted to use Mayuri as a receptacle for his lover's soul, before setting out to find the Ady Slate. Believing that he succeeded in sealing Akari's soul when she died, he proceeded to unravel the seal on the Ady Slate, so as to resurrect Akari no matter the cost. After capturing Mayuri and giving Eyrith a sample of Akari's DNA, Busujima confronts Raiga and Crow when they attempt to stop him. However, he realized the error of his ways when being berated by Raiga, who had met Akari as a child, and seeing Crow ended up as Eyrith's host; he attempted to help Raiga as redemption before Eyrith wounds him. Busujima then learn from Mayuri that his plan of transferring Akari's soul never succeeded, as Mayuri was never capable of sealing a human's soul, but is given some closure as he is left in Bikuu's care. The reformed Busujima joins forces to help Crow stop Raiga when he is possessed by his armor, until the Golden Knight manages to take back control of his body and departs to defeat Eyrith. He is last seen putting up a grave marker for Akari.
, better known by his pen name , is a Japanese manga artist. Sakuishi has a wide variety of interests which include baseball (he is a huge Chunichi Dragons fan), martial arts, MMA, and music (he is a huge Red Hot Chili Peppers fan). Each of these has become the basis for his most popular series (baseball in "Stopper Busujima", fighting in "Bakaichi", and music in "Beck"). His series also often include character cameos from his past works; one of the newspaper reporters in "Beck" is actually from "Stopper Busujima" and so on. Additionally, he's a big fan of "Sangokushi" ("Romance of the Three Kingdoms") with an altered version of that story appearing in "Beck" written by "Christy Sakuishi". In "Beck" he included many famous people in background crowds. These included many popular musicians, characters from "Happy Sangokushi" and MMA legends Royce Gracie and Kazushi Sakuraba.
Zombie Revenge is a Beat 'em up that was released in arcades and the Dreamcast. After a zombie outbreak devastates the city, AMS agents Stick Breitling, Linda Rotta and Rikiya Busujima are sent to eliminate the threat using their guns, fists and a variety of other weapons, while uncovering the truth behind the mysterious Zed. The game makes numerous references to the series on which it is based, including the Curien Mansion from "The House of the Dead" serving as the final stage.
is the teacher of Class 3A. Rei Miyamoto is disgusted by him and Saeko Busujima says his name with a scowl, which hints of his villainous character, which is affirmed when he leaves behind a student who sprained his ankle and even kicks him back towards a group of pursuing zombies, and says there is no point in keeping weaklings alive. Kohta Hirano affirms that Shido used to allow bullies to beat Kohta up as he watched with glee.
Befitting his status as the former leader of the Shadowfolk Makai Knights, he is a formidable fighter who would not have been sufficiently taken down by the combined efforts of both Crow and Raiga, had he not wavered during the fight. Despite being a Makai Knight, Busujima is also shown to be knowledgeable in magic as he uses various spirit tags to distract, bind and attack his opponents, and wears a pair of gloves which allow him to conjure concussive fire blasts and catch Soul Metal blades unscathed. His wields a chokuto like the rest of the Shadowfolk Makai Knights and dons a bronze-colored armor.
The Flyers assembled a group of powerful sluggers over the next few years—among them: Isao Harimoto, Katsuo Osugi, Inchon Bek, and Shoichi Busujima—but on top of a declining movie industry and the "Black Mist" match-fixing scandal that rocked the professional baseball world in 1970 (after which Flyers ace Toshiaki Moriyasu was banned from the game for life), in 1971 Flyers owner Okawa died suddenly. Shigeru Okada, who did not view Okawa favorably, took over Toei after his death. Together with Noboru Goto, company president of Tokyu and loyal friend of Okada (and one who also thought unfavorably of Okawa), Okada let go of the unprofitable team.
Nick Browne of T.H.E.M. Anime Reviews found the characters utterly dull and vapid; he wrote that there was "no hope for characters who must be stripped naked to become remotely interesting." Theron Martin of Anime News Network found the character dynamics interesting to watch especially between Kohta Hirano and Saya Takagi, and the "solid give-and-take relationship" between Takashi Komuro and Rei Miyamoto, although Shizuka Marikawa as a busty airhead was disappointing. Marcus Speer of Japanator.com listed Saeko Busujima as an honorable mention in his yearly list for best female characters, and praised her delivery of the phrase .
Taylor Hannah (born February 24, 1988 in Humble, TX) is an American fashion model and voice actress from Humble, TX. She has appeared in many magazine spreads for Anime Insider, Fit for Fun, & The Knot, and in ads for Garnier and Maybelline. Hannah is also an anime voice actress for ADV Films and Seraphim Digital, with her debut in Super Milk-chan; she is also known as the voice of Saeko Busujima from Highschool of the Dead and Lia de Beaumont from Le Chevalier D'Eon. In 2007, she was one of the hosts of the American Anime Awards presentation ceremony in New York Comic Con.
"Highschool of the Dead" is a manga series written by Daisuke Satō and illustrated by Shoji Satō. Set in the present day, the world is struck by a deadly pandemic that turns humans into zombies, euphemistically referred to by the main characters as "Them". The story follows a group of students at Fujimi High School: Takashi Komuro, Rei Miyamoto, Saeko Busujima, Saya Takagi, and Kohta Hirano; Shizuka Marikawa, the high school's nurse, and a young girl as they fight their way to safety through the deadly streets of Japan during a worldwide catastrophic event known as the "Outbreak".
As the truth behind the unsealing of the Ady Slate is revealed, Raiga and his friends come face to face with the culprit, Wicked Bones Knight Giru, Eiji Busujima, a Shadow Knight and Crow's former master who is willing to use Eyrith's power to bring back his dead lover, Akari. They also learn the origins of Mayuri and the cruel fate that awaits her, and gain an unexpected ally with Darkness Hunter Bikuu, who is on Eiji's trail for her own reasons, while they run against time to prevent the Makai Flower from blooming and the end of the world as well.
The manga and anime series "Highschool of the Dead" features a diverse range of characters designed by Shōji Satō with their storyline written by Daisuke Satō. The series revolves around a pandemic that turns humans into zombies, euphemistically referred to by the main characters as , and the story follows a group of students at Fujimi High School: Takashi Komuro, Rei Miyamoto, Saeko Busujima, Saya Takagi, and Kohta Hirano. Shizuka Marikawa, the high school's nurse, and Alice Maresato, a young girl, join the students as they fight their way to safety through the deadly streets of Japan during a worldwide catastrophic event known as the "Outbreak".
Despite the slate's unsealing, Eyrith remains as a seed and is hidden within Idora, one of the Ady Slate Horrors who were also freed and each possessing the first human with inner darkness they come across. However, as Mayuri explained in the worst-case scenario, Eyrith would bloom within 100 days and enable Messiah's return by removing the boundaries that separate the human world from the Demon World. Though Raiga nearly succeeds in capturing it by slaying Idora once he finds her, Eyrith escapes by transferring its essence into the Ady Slate Horror Gogeet. As such, it is deemed impossible to capture and seal Eyrith until the remaining Ady Slate Horrors have been slain and sealed first. Despite Raiga finding and slaying Gogeet, Eyrith transfers into the last Ady Slate Horror left, Jienda, which is soon captured and Eyrith's seed is extracted by Eiji Busujima.
A top-secret government plan to utilize the dead for military purposes called U.D.S., Undead Soldier is thrown into darkness by some unknown entity. A year later, the city becomes ravaged by zombies. Three of the best AMS agents are sent in: Stick Breitling, Linda Rotta and Rikiya Busujima. They are sent out to eliminate the enemy and track down the mysterious leader of this attack, known only as "Zed". After battling through the city, they eventually confront Zed, who reveals that Stick's father was involved in project U.D.S. Zed wants revenge for his parents, who were murdered as part of the project. He despises all humans and wishes to turn them all into zombies by spreading the virus. Zed unleashes a powerful U.D.S. inside of him that he calls the God of Destruction, that he plans to use to destroy the rest of the humans, before the three agents defeat him and save humanity.
For the characters, the illustrator NekoshowguN (she is known for her previous works on music games "GuitarFreaks" and "DrumMania") designed the characters for "Lollipop Chainsaw" and the chainsaw that Juliet Starling uses. On February 1, 2012, it was announced that Jimmy Urine from the electro-punk band Mindless Self Indulgence would compose the music for the boss segments. He also provided the voice for Zed, a punk-rock themed boss. On March 6, 2012, it was announced that one of the DLC available for the game will consist of different costumes for Juliet based on five different characters from four anime series: Rei Miyamoto and Saeko Busujima from "Highschool of the Dead", Shiro from "Deadman Wonderland", Manyū Chifusa from "Manyū Hiken-chō" and Haruna from "Is This a Zombie?". These costumes can also be bought in the in-game shop.
is an ancient plant-like Horror labeled as , and the originator of the Makai Trees. Eyrith is also tied to a legend that her flower, the , has the power to resurrect the dead. Ages ago, Eyrith was sealed in the by Makai Priests using nine other Horrors as foundation stones. Having left the slate where it was after the sealing is completed rather than secure it, the slate was forgotten throughout the ages even by the Makai Order until it was eventually dug up in present-day by archaeologists. The slate ended up in a museum as an archaeological relic until a mysterious person, who is later revealed to be Eiji Busujima, unraveled the seal after opening hours.
is a nurse at Fujimi High School. At the beginning of the story, Marikawa is nearly killed by a student-turned-zombie but is saved by Saeko Busujima. She has a rather ditsy personality, and her large bust size is often used as a comical element in the story. She is close friends with Rika Minami, who works as a sniper on the prefectural police Special Assault Team, and she even house-sits for her. The group uses Rika's apartment to rest after they escape the high school. Although she is the oldest of the group at age 27, she is emotionally fragile and does not know what will become of her life. She reveals to Takashi Komuro that she is just a temporary school nurse, and that she is still taking classes and training. Despite this, Marikawa has put her knowledge to good use, and even brings Kohta Hirano to his senses after he had mercy-killed Asami Nakaoka. As the only adult in the group, she drives the bus out of the school, and then Rika's military-grade Humvee.
is a Makai Priestess who is a Darkness Slasher. When her brother Izumo falls into darkness prior to becoming the host of the Horror Latel, Bikuu remains intent to slay him on her own, but is forced to team up with Raiga and Crow as she alone prove to be inadequate in completing this particular mission. Once Izumo is slain, Bikuu begins her search for the person responsible for breaking the seal on the Ady Slate. Once she found Eiji Busujima however, despite noting that he still committed a heinous crime against their order, Bikuu deems him no longer a threat against their order or humanity and helps to treat his wound. She later goes hunting for Zesshin, getting acquainted with Daichi, who later becomes her apprentice, in the process. She learns during this mission that there is more to the human heart and mind than the color of their orbs within, from how Mutsuki's orb turns black while killing her peers trying to steal a spell allegedly to save her son, Daichi, and how the orb of her former master, Byakkai, stays white despite him being the one orchestrating the entire Zesshin incident. She goes against her code of breaking blackened orbs, and executes her former master by breaking his still-white orb, using the Soul Insertion spell.