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Hot Gimmick [VIZBIG Edition] (GN 3 of 4)
Title: Hot Gimmick [VIZBIG Edition]
Volume: GN 3 / 4
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2009-09-15
Suggested retail price: $17.99
Age rating: 16+
ISBN-10: 1421523507 1421523507
ISBN-13: 9781421523507 9781421523507
I love you like a brother.
He loves me like a lover.
Shinogu's deepest secret is exposed... the one that will take him out of Hatsumi's life forever. If you think being a teenager is hard, wait until you read Hot Gimmick - these Tokyo boys and girls are really messed up!
Story and art by Miki Aihara.
(added on 2009-01-20, modified on 2009-01-20)
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