It's time for imports with God Eater 2, Metal Max 4, and a robot war that we don't even bother numbering. Plus Bravely Second, Granblue Fantasy, and the way that anime should embrace old games.
I, Otaku: Struggle in Akihabara (GN 4)
Title: I, Otaku: Struggle in Akihabara
Volume: GN 4
Distributor: Seven Seas Entertainment
Release date: 2008-12-31
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 193487633X 193487633X
ISBN-13: 9781934876336 9781934876336
(added on 2008-01-10, modified on 2008-01-10)
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