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Nadesico [2nd Ed] (GN 2)
Title: Nadesico [2nd Ed]
Volume: GN 2
Distributor: CPM Manga
Release date: 2004-03-01
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13 - 17 Years
ISBN-10: 1586649078 1586649078
ISBN-13: 9781586649074 9781586649074
While investigating a strange space anomaly, the Space Battleship Nadesico encounters a long-lost interstellar cruiser that mysteriously vanished many years ago. What bizarre connection binds these two ships? But first, it's the forces of Earth versus the alien armada of Jupiter…with the Nadesico in the middle!
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