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Geobreeders [2nd Ed] (GN 3)
Title: Geobreeders [2nd Ed]
Volume: GN 3
Distributor: CPM Manga
Release date: 2004-12-15
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13 - 17 Years
ISBN-10: 1586649493 1586649493
ISBN-13: 9781586649494 9781586649494
The Kagura Security Company has earned a well-deserved rest from the bizarre and the unexplained. But where these detectives go, trouble is sure to follow! There will be no rest for the wicked...and the supernatural!
(added on 2011-09-28, modified on 2011-09-28)
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