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Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Vol. 22: Purification

Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Volume 22

Purification
The battle against Nue heats up as Rikuo and members of the opposing clans move to Mt. Osore, a holy mountain where spirits of the dead are called into battle. Will a reforged Nenekirimaru, the renowned yokai-killing blade, work to defeat the legions of the undead?
Hiroshi Shiibashi
183 Pages
$6.99

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Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Vol. 23: The Great Kyushu Yokai Battle

The Great Kyushu Yokai Battle

Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Vol. 23

Yura and Tsuchigumo are under attack in Tsuchigumo’s home territory of Kyushu! The Gokadoin clan's Hiruko, a descendant of the evil Seimei, is more powerful than they had expected. Meanwhile Rikuo seeks advice from his grandfather...How will he gather enough fear to defeat this fearsome enemy?!
189 Pages
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