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DOGS Vol. 3: DOGS, Volume 3

DOGS Volume 3

DOGS, Volume 3
After Luki and Noki confirm the existence of another person who carries the same blade as Naoto, the train that Mihai's on is attacked by a group of inhuman shock troops. As he fights against them, their leader is confronted by none other than Bishop. Meanwhile, back at the church, Heine begins to reveal to Badou and Naoto the terrible history of his "collar" and his childhood Below.
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As Campanella Frühling's train speeds on, bearing disaster to the Underground and its denizens, Bishop gives Heine more clues to his past. But the aims of Bishop, who wears his own "collar," are unclear: why is he revealing these things now, and why did he save Heine in the first place? Meanwhile, Badou takes on another freelance job from Granny Liza to gather information--and soon discovers it was the information that his brother died pursuing…
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