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The Prince of Tennis Vol. 11: Premonition of a Storm

The Prince of Tennis Volume 11

Premonition of a Storm
Practice games soar to a new level as the Seishun Academy intra-squad games get underway. Meanwhile, the semifinal match between Fudomine and Yamabuki at the City Tournament is put on ice when word reaches Kippei that his teammates were involved in a car accident. But the real fun begins when Seishun's Momo steps onto the court to play Yamabuki's Kiyosumi Sengoku. Momo sure wasn't prepared to face a player who uses a racket with an unusually low string tension...!
Takeshi Konomi
173 Pages
$6.99

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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 11. Now check out Volume 12!

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 12: Invincible Man

Invincible Man

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 12

The next round of games are underway, and Seishun's Takeshi Momoshiro ("Momo") encounters Kiyosumi in the No. 3 Singles. Momo's in for a hard day's work, as Kiyosumi proves to be a intimidating opponent from the moment he launches his "Kohou" (Tiger Cannon), or wallop serve. Meanwhile, the Prince of Tennis Ryoma Echizen faces Yamabuki's Jin in the No. 2 Singles. Discover the "reason" why Jin can't possibly lose...
176 Pages
$6.99

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