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King of Cards (GN 6)
Title: King of Cards
Volume: GN 6
Distributor: CMX Manga
Release date: 2008-11-11
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1401214169 1401214169
ISBN-13: 9781401214166 9781401214166
The ways of the heart can be more challenging than the rules of the card game. While Manami claims to want nothing to do with Araki, she just can't stop thinking about him. Araki swears he's through with CHAOS, though Manami can't believe it. Then find out how Manami handles the news that one of her longtime, card-playing allies has a crush on her!
Story and art by Makoto Tateno.
(added on 2008-05-28, modified on 2008-05-28)
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