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Black Cat Vol. 14: Alliance

Black Cat Volume 14

Alliance
Glin, a mysterious information broker, is forming a Sweeper Alliance in order to destroy Creed and the Apostles of the Stars. He invites Train, Eve and Sven to join their group. But even if this motley crew can locate the Apostles' hiding place, will they be able to survive the perilous journey to get there?
Kentaro Yabuki
181 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 14. Now check out Volume 15!

Black Cat Vol. 15: Eve of Battle

Eve of Battle

Black Cat Vol. 15

Train and the Sweeper Alliance make it to Creed's island hideout. However, the Apostles of the Stars are ready and waiting for them. Separated from the others, Eve must finally do battle on her own when confronted by Leon, the wind master. She has the powers she needs to win, but does she have the heart?
183 Pages
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