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YuYu Hakusho Vol. 4: Training Day

YuYu Hakusho Volume 4

Training Day
The legendary exorcist Genkai is about to pass on her explosive demon-smiting techniques to one student--and only one. Trouble is, one of the people battling for the honor is a demon in disguise: the sadistic Rando, who'd just love to turn Genkai's power against innocent humans... unless Yusuke can defeat him! Then, Yusuke and Kuwabara must stop a quartet of demonic criminals from plotting a supremely sinister attack on the mortal world. At the gates of a labyrinthine fortress swarming with monsters, demons, and supernatural fugitives, these two teenage punks don't stand a chance in Hell--unless they can call for backup...
Yoshihiro Togashi
188 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 4. Now check out Volume 5!

YuYu Hakusho Vol. 5: The Four Beasts

The Four Beasts

YuYu Hakusho Vol. 5

Yusuke Urameshi was just another street punk until he died in an unexpected act of self-sacrifice...and came back. Now he's the Underworld's official supernatural detective, charged with keeping the peace between the mortal and immortal realms.That peace has been shattered. A gang of demons called the Four Beasts is infecting humanity with a swarm of nasty supernatural brain bugs. The only way to control the bugs is with an enchanted whistle...and the only way to the whistle is straight through the Four Beasts! Yusuke and his fellow delinquent Kuwabara have descended into the Underworld to do a little exterminating, but two human teenagers can't take down the toughest demonic criminals on the supernatural plane! Good thing they've got backup...
205 Pages
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