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Ral Ω Grad Vol. 3: Change

Ral Ω Grad Volume 3

Change
Hot on the heels of Ganette, a fellow Fusion Type on the same warpath to Opsquria's castle, Ral's ego leads him to make reckless mistakes. Alienated from his companions and racing ahead on his own, he heads straight into the enemy's sticky trap. Without the guidance of his tutor Mio, can he overcome his pride before it costs him everything--even his own life?!
Story by Tsuneo Takano Art by Takeshi Obata
161 Pages
$6.99

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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 3. Now check out Volume 4!

Ral Ω Grad Vol. 4: Friend

Friend

Ral Ω Grad Vol. 4

The final battle for the fate of humanity rests with Ral and his Shadow, Grad. But he must first get past the immortal Red Phoenix, a Shadow with no known weakness, and the fearless Black Rhinoceros before he can take on the Queen of Darkness. With her Clear Human Shadow, Opsquria can kill with just one look! But will Ral have to make the ultimate sacrifice in order to defeat her?!
163 Pages
1
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