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Black Cat (GN 7 of 20)
Title: Black Cat
Volume: GN 7 / 20
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2007-03-13
Suggested retail price: $7.99
Age rating: 16+
ISBN-10: 1421510367 1421510367
ISBN-13: 9781421510361 9781421510361
On the wrong side of an eerie case of deja vu, Train comes to the aid of a troubled boy seeking revenge for the death of his parents and is forced to confront his own vengeance-laden past. Meanwhile, Rinslet creates a shaky new relationship with a dangerous old enemy.
Story and art by Kentaro Yabuki.
(added on 2006-09-25, modified on 2006-09-25)
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