By Osamu Tezuka
Within the 6th quantity of manga visionary Osamu Tezuka's Buddha, the satan Mara possesses the bandit Ananda, half-brother of Devadatta, to be able to dispose of the Buddha. A ruthless killer who's impervious to actual damage, Ananda will keep the devil's want provided that he spurns his love interest.When Ananda and his bandit blood brother assault the fireplace Shrine of the Brahmin brothers Kassapa, it's none except the woke up one that occurs by means of. Buddha needs to confront his everlasting enemy, Mara, prior to he can open the eyes of conceited monks and hardened criminals.
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