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Shaman King Vol. 6: Road Trip To Izumo

Shaman King Volume 6

Road Trip To Izumo
As his second Shaman Fight comes to an end, Yoh uses a last-ditch strategy--and his last mana--against Faust's army of skeletons! Recovering from his wounds in the hospital, Manta becomes separated from Yoh and makes a fateful decision to travel to Yoh's faraway home in Izumo, Japan...by motorcycle...with "Wooden Sword" Ryu for company! As Manta and Ryu travel across Japan, Yoh undergoes his own journey, travelling into a pitch-black cave in search of shamanic inspiration. But before the two easy riders can reach their destination, they'll have to face the terrifying guardians of Izumo, the "land of the gods"!
Hiroyuki Takei
191 Pages
$6.99

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Shaman King Vol. 7: Clash At Mata Cemetery

Clash At Mata Cemetery

Shaman King Vol. 7

Yoh's spiritual journey into the caves of Izumo has boosted his mana and his confidence--and just in time, too! It's the last battle of the Shaman Fight preliminaries, and Yoh is up against Tao Ren and his Chinese warlord of an Over Soul, Bason. Ren has already killed his officiant in the qualification round, and now he is determined to teach Yoh the meaning of fear. Yoh and Amidamaru are closer than ever, but can their unique bond of friendship overcome Ren's awesome mana and masterful control of Bason?
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