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Eyeshield 21 (GN 7)
Title: Eyeshield 21
Volume: GN 7
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2006-04-04
Suggested retail price: $7.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1421504057 1421504057
ISBN-13: 9781421504056 9781421504056
The American team cancels the big game against the Devil Bats for no apparent reason, but with a bit of creative video editing, Hiruma "convinces" them to change their minds. Later, Sena and Monta search for a much-needed kicker to join the team and find him in a most unexpected place.
Story by Riichiro Inagaki and Art by Yusuke Murata.
(added on 2006-01-20, modified on 2006-01-20)
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