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Bakuman。 Vol. 17: One-Shot and Stand Alone

Bakuman。 Volume 17

One-Shot and Stand Alone
As the veteran manga artists start taking over Weekly Shonen Jump, the younger artists feel the pressure. But what is behind this sudden surge of older artists making a comeback in the magazine? And what is the connection between Azuma and Moritaka’s late uncle?
Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata
189 Pages
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Bakuman。 Vol. 18: Leeway and Hell

Leeway and Hell

Bakuman。 Vol. 18

Moritaka and Akito complete their new story, Reversi, and hope it will finally lead to their getting an anime. But standing in their way is Eiji Nizuma with his new story, Zombie Gun. This intense head-to-head battle may have ramifications for the entire manga industry!
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