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Fairy Tail (GN 4)
Title: Fairy Tail
Volume: GN 4
Distributor: Kodansha Comics
Release date: 2012-08-28
Suggested retail price: $10.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1612622798 1612622798
ISBN-13: 9781612622798 9781612622798
“S” IS FOR SCREWUP
S-Class quests are so dangerous that one false move means certain death! Now Fairy Tail’s loose cannon Natsu, rookie Lucy, and nearly powerless Happy have embarked on a stolen S-Class quest, setting out for the Demon Island. Can anyone stop them before they get themselves killed?
Includes special extras after the story!
(added on 2012-07-25, modified on 2012-07-25)
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