Akame Ga Kill

Akame Ga Kill is one of the most celebrated works created by the renowned Japanese manga novelist Tetsuya Tashiro. The manga’s adaptation into anime has gained an even larger fanbase from all around the world.

Night Raid, the covert assassin's team that is the main attraction of the Akame Ga Kill manga, uses hyper-effective fighting skills and highly personalised weapons to lead an uprising against the corrupt government. The swords and weapons used by Akame, the master swordswoman; Tatsumi, the male protagonist; and the trusty team of assassins have become widely popular among fans of the series.

The collectables from Akame Ga Kill are the perfect memorabilia for any manga fan. The katana "One Slice Kill: Murasame," used by the titular female leader of the group, has become an icon in the manga series. The collectable blades and swords of this series are the perfect companion for any cosplay event, themed decoration display, or stage setup.

The Akame Ga Kill collectable katanas can be bought in two materials: forged from dulled steel metal and made out of wooden blades. Regardless of the material used, both are exact replicas of the original sword used in the manga. The intricate details added to each sword make them instantly identifiable and help the wielder stand out from the crowd, giving an authentic feel to the whole aura of the costume.

Murasame, the one-slice killer sword, is undoubtedly the most in-demand collectable item from Akame Ga Kill. This powerful fictional sword has a poisonous blade that instantly kills whomever it cuts. The powerful backstory attached to the sword, detailing its origin as Gozuki's Imperial Arm and the role it played during the final battle, also makes it a perfect companion to reminisce and enact the highly adrenaline-filled moments of the final battle against Esdeath. A must-have for Akame Ga Kill enthusiasts the Murasame collectable sword is the perfect companion for any Akame cosplayer.

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