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Eyeshield 21 (GN 4)
Title: Eyeshield 21
Volume: GN 4
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2005-10-04
Suggested retail price: $7.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1421500744 1421500744
ISBN-13: 9781421500744 9781421500744
The Devil Bats face off against the Chameleons - a team of ruthless delinquents. But when fragile Sena goes up against the Chameleon’s sinister ace linebacker, who will be intimidating whom?
Story by Riichiro Inagaki and Art by Yusuke Murata.
(added on 2005-05-27, modified on 2005-05-27)
- Reviewed by Carlo Santos (December 6, 2005)
- Encyclopedia information about Eyeshield 21 (manga)
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