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Dorohedoro Vol. 5: Dorohedoro, Volume 5

Dorohedoro Volume 5

Dorohedoro, Volume 5
Everyone is looking for that special someone... Convinced that Risu is the key to his past (and his head), Caiman heads to the Sorcerers' dimension on his own. While he's tracking down Risu, he finds the Sorcerers getting ready for “Blue Night,” a festival where Sorcerers find their partners. Meanwhile, Risu is looking for his old partner Aikawa to see what he might know about the people who killed him. Shin and Noi are both being hunted by Sorcerers who've long coveted them as partners. En is relentlessly hunting a Sorcerer who can manipulate time. And Fujita's looking for...well, any partner who will have him.
Q Hayashida
175 Pages
$8.99

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Dorohedoro Vol. 6: Dorohedoro, Volume 6

Dorohedoro, Volume 6

Dorohedoro Vol. 6

Caiman has left the Hole behind for the Sorcerers' dimension in an attempt to unravel the mysteries of his past. As the Sorcerers' "Blue Night" festival draws to a close, Nikaido finds herself taken captive. Supernatural crime-syndicate boss En has taken an inordinate interest in her abilities, which may be far different, and far more powerful, than anyone suspects. Oblivious to his best friend's danger, Caiman continues his quest to determine his true identity, picking up some unexpected help—and meat pies—in the process. But once he gets wind of her predicament, he makes a beeline for En's heavily guarded fortress of a mansion. Prison confessions, daring escapes, strange tattoos, unexpected reunions, and devils aplenty abound in this volume of Dorohedoro!
167 Pages
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