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Iron Wok Jan! (GN 19 of 27)
Title: Iron Wok Jan!
Volume: GN 19 / 27
Release date: 2006-06-26
Suggested retail price: $9.95
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1597960373 1597960373
ISBN-13: 9781597960373 9781597960373
Here we're treated to another intense flashback. Learn how Suguru - the self appointed All Around Genius - came to know his servant and partner. This was no heartwarming introduction. It was surrounded by a grueling cooking battle, Battle Spice to be specific! Also Suguru meets a strange new chef with arrogance and skill rivaling his own.
Story and art by Shinji Saijyo.
(added on 2005-12-21, modified on 2005-12-21)
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