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The Gentlemen's Alliance Cross (GN 8 of 11)
Title: The Gentlemen's Alliance Cross
Volume: GN 8 / 11
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2008-12-02
Suggested retail price: $8.99
Age rating: 16+
ISBN-10: 1421522578 1421522578
ISBN-13: 9781421522579 9781421522579
Haine returns the ribbon given to her by Takanari to be with her friend, Ushio. But rather than being happy about it, Ushio starts to feel more alone than ever - and turns to an unexpected source for comfort.
Story and art by Arina Tanemura.
(added on 2008-05-21, modified on 2008-05-21)
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