Tony Curtis in “Flesh and Fury” (1952).
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In which Nobunaga teams up with himself to fight himself a dozen times over. It’s a Nobunaga inception!
“Nobunaga Struggle - Sengoku Enbu Gaiden” is serialized by the “Sengoku Enbu Kizna” app, but it doesn’t seem to be explicitly based on the game. The only thing that might be a reference of the game is how a bunch of the samurai are randomly women for no reason, and everyone just accepts it as normal. Sengoku Enbu, much like a number of similar RPGs, has genderbent versions of the characters.
The manga starts with Nobunaga dying at Honnouji, but then he sees an Akechi soldier who looks exactly like him. He then wakes up in the past, but not as himself. He becomes Mouri Shinsuke Yoshikatsu, one of his horse guards (a girl in this universe). He reveals the truth to his younger self, and they team up.
Later, after noticing that a number of incidents differ from how it happens in his memory, Shinsuke-Nobunaga realized that there’s more alternate reincarnations of himself, inhabiting the bodies of various other people (e.g Imagawa Yoshimoto, Saitou Yoshitatsu). Each Nobunaga incarnation can be identified by a mark shaped like a segment of the Oda mokkou crest. The various Nobunaga tries to realize his ambitions of conquest, and absolutely has no qualms trying to murder their alternate-self, so Shinsuke-Nobunaga and Young Nobunaga works together to survive facing the aggressive attacks and navigating through the other issues that arose as butterfly effect.
Shinsuke-Nobunaga also struggles with the mystery of Mitsuhide. While the Nobunaga-possessed people act differently from the “original timeline”, they still look the same as Nobunaga remembers. However Mitsuhide has a completely different appearance, and this is a question that constantly hovers over the plot.
The Mitsuhide that Shinsuke-Nobunaga remembers is a somewhat-delicate looking fellow (left). The one he meets in the new timeline is jacked up, buff. and rugged (right).
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I found this thing thanks to the “Nobunaga catalogue” that I posted about a while back.
This is the Nobunaga edition of a romantic drama CD series called “Sengoku Soine” 戦国添い寝 (Sleeping together with Sengoku lords). There’s 6 characters in total: Masamune, Yukimura, Mitsunari, Mitsuhide, Kenshin, and Nobunaga.
The particular context of the Nobunaga one is that “you” (i.e the listener) are the wife of an enemy commander that Nobunaga had taken as concubine. The tracks are then presumably about Nobunaga saying sweet words to seduce “you”.
It seems that this is an old product that isn’t really being sold anymore. I can only find the Amazon link for this, and even so the stock is limited.
Also, I’m noticing that in romance titles it’s very common to attach spider lilies imagery to Nobunaga. That flower in Japanese culture is associated with the dead, as it’s often placed in cemeteries to prevent animals from desecrating tombs. However, it’s also symbolizing passion. I suppose both meanings of the flower does fit Nobunaga.