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King of Hell (GN 15 of 21)
Title: King of Hell
Volume: GN 15 / 21
Release date: 2007-03-07
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1598168681 1598168681
ISBN-13: 9781598168686 9781598168686
Majeh faces Jin Song and a vicious demonic wolf. As the battle ensues, Cerberus vows death before allowing Moon Ju escape. Chung Poong, Dohwa, and Young are needed in this hellish battle. Will they be able to put an end to Moon Ju wrath? It seems like the King of Hades has the answer and isn't afraid to give it to them!
(added on 2006-11-29, modified on 2006-11-29)
- Encyclopedia information about King of Hell (manhwa)
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