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Shaman King Vol. 13: The Return of Faust

Shaman King Volume 13

The Return of Faust
Moody old Faust is back! And teamed with...Yoh? When the competitors and their friends finally make it to the Patch Village, things are not what they expected. Strange new alliances are formed - and someone close to Yoh might get left in the lurch - testing everyone's strenth and possibly changing their loyalties forever.
Hiroyuki Takei
189 Pages
$6.99

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Shaman King Vol. 14: The Tortured Princess

The Tortured Princess

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With the Shaman Fight officially underway, Yoh and Co. must take on opponents from all over the world. But is anyone ready to fight Lady Jeanne, a royal pain who gives new meaning to the term "tortured"?
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