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Waqwaq  Vol. 1: Proof of the Gods

Waqwaq Volume 1

Proof of the Gods
Shio is forced by the tragedy of the machine war to team up with a mysterious girl from another world whose blood is the color red, just like the prophecies proclaim. Is this girl the human race's last hope for survival in a world overrun by metal?
Ryu Fujisaki
191 Pages
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Waqwaq  Vol. 2: The Three Magi

The Three Magi

Waqwaq Vol. 2

The girl who could be the Kami is kidnapped by a trio of mysterious sages. To save her, Shio must join forces with a former opponent and battle through a slew of ever-more-powerful renegade Guardians!
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