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Shaman King Vol. 29: The Shaman Fight Shakedown

Shaman King Volume 29

The Shaman Fight Shakedown
Finally, the shaman slugfest we've all been waiting for: Yoh Asakura vs. Tao Ren! Yoh wants to keep the contest clean, but Ren has other ideas. His crew strikes hard and fast and quickly has Team Yoh on the ropes. Get ready for the biggest Shaman King shocker of them all!
Hiroyuki Takei
191 Pages
$6.99

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Shaman King Vol. 30: Extraordinary Days

Extraordinary Days

Shaman King Vol. 30

Hao reveals that another tournament has been scheduled to take place on a sunken lost continent far away. This holy land known as Mu is where the Shaman King will ultimately be crowned. Another day... another extraordinary battle for our indefatigable hero!
189 Pages
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