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Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Vol. 14: The Magic Flute

Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Volume 14

The Magic Flute
The Bronze Knights have defeated the Master of Sanctuary and restored Athena to the helm of Knighthood. Now their adventure truly begins! Gods now walk the earth in human form, and not all of them are benevolent. Princess Sienna discovers this when she meets Julian Solo, who claims to be Poseidon, god of the seas. Julian believes that Sienna, the incarnation of the goddess Athena, is destined to be his bride. And his plans for their future together include a world cleansed of the human race...To save the world from Poseidon's wrath, Athena makes a grim bargain, sacrificing herself for the good of humanity. Now only the purest of heroes can save her life and stop Poseidon from flooding the world. Seiya, Hyôga, Shiryû, Ikki and Shun must once again don their Cloths and fight in Athena's name!
Masami Kurumada
181 Pages
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You've Reached The End

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

Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Vol. 15: The Undersea Shrine

The Undersea Shrine

Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) Vol. 15

After centuries of peace, the legendary Battle of the Gods rages across the earth once more. Julian Solo, the human incarnation of the god Poseidon, has declared war on all humanity, planning to cleanse the planet with a worldwide flood. To stop him, Princess Sienna, the incarnation of Athena, has offered herself as a sacrifice, only to find herself imprisoned by Solo. In this clash of deities, mere mortals are powerless--except, of course, for the Knights of Athena!To save Princess Sienna and stop Solo, the Bronze Knights must defeat the guardians of the seven seas and destroy the seven pillars they defend. For Shun, this means facing Skylla, master of illusions--and six deadly attacks, each more powerful than Shun's Andromeda Chains. For Shiryû, it means taking on Krishna, the incarnation of Poseidon's son, whose golden spear can slice through Shiryû's Dragon Shield with ease. The war for which the Bronze Knights have trained has finally arrived. But can even the bravest Knights challenge the gods and live?
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