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Blue Exorcist Vol. 11: Blue Exorcist, Volume 11

Blue Exorcist Volume 11

Blue Exorcist, Volume 11
Rin and his friends continue to investigate the Seven School Mysteries. Yukio watches as the Exwires take on the Academy’s ghosts, troubled by lingering doubts about his own feelings. Rin seems to be learning to control his power more, but is tapping his inner demonic fire going to be his salvation or his doom?
Kazue Kato
202 Pages
$6.99

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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 11. Now check out Volume 12!

Blue Exorcist Vol. 12: Blue Exorcist, Volume 12

Blue Exorcist, Volume 12

Blue Exorcist Vol. 12

As the True Cross Academy festival reaches its peak, trouble is brewing. While Izumo confronts Nemu Takara, Rin and the rest of the Exwires race to find her. The betrayal they discover and the tragic details of Izumo’s past will shake them to the core and herald the beginning of an all-out war between the Illuminati and the Knights of the True Cross!
197 Pages
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