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Ceres: Celestial Legend Vol. 13: Ten'nyo

Ceres: Celestial Legend Volume 13

Ten'nyo
Survival Of The Species Escorted about the facilities of the C-Project laboratories like the prize Mikage breeding-stock she is, Ceres uses the existence of Tôya's child, now thriving inside her, to taunt the monomaniacal Kagami. An outraged Kagami tries to kill Ceres, but will another's sacrifice be enough to protect this "First Mother" of all Celestial Maidens? Aya, initially horrified by Ceres' claim to be "no different" than her relative, Kagami, eventually receives from Ceres the truth--about the past, about how things really were between her and the Progenitor...and about the shocking nature of the mysterious ten'nyo or "celestial maidens" themselves.
Yuu Watase
198 Pages
$6.99

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You've read Volume 13. Now check out Volume 14!

Ceres: Celestial Legend Vol. 14: Hagoromo

Hagoromo

Ceres: Celestial Legend Vol. 14

Rebirth! The C-Project has abandoned its shattered home base and relocated to a backup facility aboard an ocean liner. Kagami still has Ceres/Aya and the lab-created hagoromo--the celestial robes--but now he faces a new challenge to his ambitions: the return of Tôya! This, however, is not just the miraculous resurrection of Aya's beloved, but the culmination of an age-old process that brings the long and difficult search for the hagoromo to a startling conclusion. No one whose life has been touched by the seemingly hapless yet ultimately indomitable Aya Mikage will be unaffected--provided anyone survives the deadly attack of a fully reborn Progenitor!
198 Pages
$6.99

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