Those of you who've read my Stray Dogs & Lone Wolves: The Samurai Film Handbook may be familiar with the ourtragous Hanzo the Razor trilogy (1972 - 4). This trio of period exploitation films starring Shintaro Katsu follow the crime-fighing adventures of Itami Hanzo, the most well-endowed copy in Edo, who doesn't hesitate to use his massive member in the service of justice! The films were adapted from a manga by Kazuo Koike (creator of Lone Wolf and Cub and Lady Snowblood).
Anyhow, a friend in Australia recently sent me these images from the Kamisori Hanzo manga and I thought I'd share:
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