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Toriko Vol. 21: Showdown at Chowlin Temple

Toriko Volume 21

Showdown at Chowlin Temple
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?
Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
189 Pages
$6.99

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Toriko Vol. 22: Four Beasts

Four Beasts

Toriko Vol. 22

After a brutal showdown at Chowlin Temple, the IGO and Gourmet Corp. speed toward an inevitable clash! But before all-out war erupts, the coming Gourmet Solar Eclipse stirs four fearsome beasts larger and more deadly than anyone has seen in centuries. Only Toriko and the Four Kings can stop the Four-Beasts!
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