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The Drifting Classroom Vol. 7: The Drifting Classroom, Volume 7

The Drifting Classroom Volume 7

The Drifting Classroom, Volume 7
A flash flood turns the desert into a drowned world, and the students struggle to protect the school--and their precious vegetable garden--from the deluge. But just as the first vegetables are ready to harvest, a strange fungus invades... Lonely for home and their parents, the students make a surrogate mother out of a statue, only to find it replaced one day by a new, terrifying idol...
Kazuo Umezu
191 Pages
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The Drifting Classroom Vol. 8: The Drifting Classroom, Volume 8

The Drifting Classroom, Volume 8

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Sho and his friends are forced into slavery! Escaping into the Tokyo subway, they explore an underground world of horror. And there, they discover the terrifying story of the end of the world…
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