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Inuyasha (GN 37 of 56)
Volume: GN 37 / 56
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2009-04-14
Suggested retail price: $8.95
Age rating: 16+
ISBN-10: 1421522195 1421522195
ISBN-13: 9781421522197 9781421522197
Inuyasha and the crew pass through a town that has been attacked by some kind of dog. When the group stays to help the village, they run into Kohaku, who is hunting this dog. Kohaku conceals the fact that he has regained his memory in order to get a better chance at revenge on Naraku. Meanwhile the intrigue between Kagura and Goryomaru deepens.
(added on 2008-11-27, modified on 2008-11-27)
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