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Toriko Vol. 20: Ichiryu and Midora

Toriko Volume 20

Ichiryu and Midora
The rivalry between the two superpowers of the Age of Gourmet heats up when IGO President Ichiryu pays a visit to Gourmet Corp.’s headquarters in the Gourmet World. Meanwhile, Toriko and Komatsu set off on a world-spanning journey in search of some bizarre—and stinky—ingredients needed for a massive sushi roll that will guide them to the next item on their training list.
Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
194 Pages
$6.99

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Toriko Vol. 21: Showdown at Chowlin Temple

Showdown at Chowlin Temple

Toriko Vol. 21

To capture the elusive Bubble Fruit, Toriko and Komatsu undergo intense training at Chowlin Temple. Toriko struggles to quiet his rumbling stomach and show gratitude for food, but soon a bigger challenge arises—Gourmet Corp. sends sinister new agents to crush the temple. Can Toriko master Honoring the Food in time to save it?
189 Pages
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