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Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Vol. 7: Medusa's Shield

Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Volume 7

Medusa's Shield
Medusa's ShieldThe Bronze Knights... turned to stone? Seiya and his companions face a challenge unlike any other in their battle against Argol, who carries a shield decorated with the head of the legendary Medusa. One by one, the Knights are transformed into stone statues, until one is forced to do the unthinkable to escape Medusa's piercing gaze...The Bronze Knights' rebellion is underway--but Sanctuary, headquarters of Knighthood, has mobilized its forces against them. The Master of Sanctuary, cursed by a dangerous split personality, is determined to make the Bronze Knights an example to all those who would dare challenge his power. To stop Seiya from winning his freedom, he calls down the most powerful warriors in the cosmos: the Gold Knights!who hides his face even from his closest followers, is determined to make the Bronze Knights an example to all those who would dare challenge his power. To stop Seiya from winning his freedom, he calls down the most powerful warriors in the cosmos: the Gold Knights!
Masahito Soda
183 Pages
$6.99

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Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Vol. 8: The Twelve Palaces

The Twelve Palaces

Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Vol. 8

Blinded in his devastating battle against Argol, Bronze Knight Shiryû has retired from fighting to live in peaceful obscurity. But his brief taste of the simple life is snatched away when the vicious Gold Knight Mephisto attacks, forcing Shiryû to once again don the Dragon Cloth. In Siberia, Bronze Knight Hyôga is also trying to forget his life as a Knight--until a mysterious message in the ice forces him out of retirement. The Bronze Knights have been summoned to a war more terrible than anything they have yet encountered: a war against Knighthood itself!Seiya, too, is called to action. Now he and his fellow Bronze Knights must decide, once and for all, whether to join Princess Sienna in her rebellion against Sanctuary, the headquarters of Knighthood. But the Master of Sanctuary is waiting for them. If Seiya and his friends ever want to find peace again, they must pass through the 12 palaces of the legendary Gold Knights...and defeat them all!
185 Pages
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