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Air Gear (GN 22)
Title: Air Gear
Volume: GN 22
Distributor: Kodansha Comics
Release date: 2012-02-14
Suggested retail price: $10.99
Age rating: 16+
ISBN-10: 1612620272 1612620272
ISBN-13: 9781612620275 9781612620275
With the Gram Scale Tournament fast approaching, Kazu is wracked by a loss of confidence. Unable to watch his old buddy and rival dwindle away into nothing, Ikki sets up a one-on-one duel to teach Kazu a lesson in self-esteem. But with Sora Takeuchi commanding military power and the start of the tournament imminent, will Kogarasumaru even stand a chance?
Story and art by Oh!Great.
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