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I"s Vol. 4: October 3rd

I"s Volume 4

October 3rd
Ichitaka's birthday is around the corner, and there's only one thing he wants: his beloved Iori--wearing nothing but a ribbon and a smile. Sadly, that won't be happening anytime soon. Barring his initial wish, Ichitaka will settle for a delightful evening on the town with Iori (most likely, with her clothes on), but his childhood friend Itsuki shows up and totally ruins the mood. Bummed out and bedraggled, Ichitaka manages to ask Iori out again, but she has already made other plans! Will Ichitaka let the b-day blues get the best of him, or will a kiss from Itsuki make him change his mind about his entire angst-addled existence?
Masakazu Katsura
195 Pages
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I"s Vol. 5: Burnt Past

Burnt Past

I"s Vol. 5

Scorched Past Getting to hang out with Iori in preparation for a school event was, by near and far, the biggest and brightest highlight of lovelorn Ichitaka Seto's life. Sadly, just like all things in life that are too-good-to-be-true, his time with Iori was just that--too brief. But what's this? The original I's team is reunited on a school trip to Kyoto, and Ichitaka and Iori get to visit a temple renowned for forming loving bonds between those who pass beneath its hallowed gates. Will this ancient sanctuary of divine bliss succeed in eternally uniting Ichitaka and Iori, or will yet another Itsuki-related emergency forestall Ichitaka's chances for true love with the girl of his dreams?
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