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The cover of the first volume of Bokko
|Written by||Sentarō Kubota|
|Illustrated by||Hideki Mori|
|Original run||November 1992 – November 1996|
Bokko (墨攻? Bokkō, literally: "Mohist Attack") is a manga adaptation by Hideki Mori of a novel by Ken'ichi Sakemi. The manga was serialized in Big Comic and won the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1995. It was adapted in to the 2006 Hong Kong film, A Battle of Wits.
2300 years ago in China there existed a clan called the men of Bokk trained to aid and defend threatened cities with their lives. Kakuri, one of these men, is summoned to the little city of Ryo. Distrusted and even hated, Kakuri eventually gains the trust of Ryo's citizens as Tcho empire's vast army sets their camp on the other side of the river.
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