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The story of the 108 heroes of the Suikoden goes back to an old Chinese novel about 108 honorable bandits, some kind of Robin Hood gang. At the beginning of the 19th century it became very popular in Japan. And the suikoden heroes became one of the favorite subjects of Japanese prints.

The publication of the 108 Heroes of the Suikoden - - changed things drastically for Kuniyoshi. He became famous overnight and was commissioned the rest of the series, another 69 known prints. The commercial success of the series hit the roof top. Kuniyoshi had the luck to come out with the right theme at the right time. No more floor mats. Instead Kuniyoshi concentrated from now on for a few years on prints depicting fierce looking warriors. His contemporaries even nicknamed him the "warrior Kuniyoshi".