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Spawn Manga (GN 1 of 3)
Title: Spawn Manga
Volume: GN 1 / 3
Distributor: Image Comics
Release date: 2005-12-21
Suggested retail price: $9.99
ISBN-10: 1582405719 1582405719
ISBN-13: 9781582405711 9781582405711
You've never see Spawn like this before! Two hundred pages of glorious manga by famous Japanese manga master Juzo Tokoro! New Spawns! New and classic villains! What more could any fan want?
(added on 2008-12-01, modified on 2012-10-24)
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