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Love★Com Vol. 16: Love★Com, Volume 16

Love★Com Volume 16

Love★Com, Volume 16
Risa and her friends are named to the graduation committee and get busy working on the yearbook and class performance. When Ôtani's photos go missing from the class album and other pranks highlight his height (or lack thereof), all fingers point to Risa. Who is behind this mischief--and why?!
Aya Nakahara
185 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 16. Now check out Volume 17!

Love★Com Vol. 17: Love★Com, Volume 17

Love★Com, Volume 17

Love★Com Vol. 17

Final Volume! The comedy duo eventually evolved into a couple, but the pair had some growing pains to deal with before they met in junior high school...and before they were introduced to their other love, the music of Umibôzu! Plus: join the gang at the beach to see what they're up to after graduation!
204 Pages
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