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Ultimo Vol. 5: Yamato in Trouble

Ultimo Volume 5

Yamato in Trouble
Returning from his time travels, Yamato lands back on the day before the Hundred Machine Funeral. Will his newfound knowledge about Iruma help him divert the inevitable, or will it only help him mess things up more? In a fierce continuation of the battle that started Yamato's first time around, both Maruyama and Yamato are injured. Sensing weakness, Vice takes things into his own hands...
Hiroyuki Takei Created by Stan Lee
194 Pages
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You've read Volume 5. Now check out Volume 6!

Ultimo Vol. 6: The House of Awakening

The House of Awakening

Ultimo Vol. 6

Just when Jealousy and Rune get Yamato in their nasty clutches, his ancient self awakens to save the day. But does the bandit Yamato from nine hundred years ago have the same priorities and desires as our modern-day unlikely hero Yamato? And even if he can keep his mind on the business of stopping the Hundred Machine Funeral, Désir—now with a comely human accomplice—has a plan to sidetrack him yet again!
194 Pages
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