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Battle Royale (GN 3 of 15)
Title: Battle Royale
Volume: GN 3 / 15
Release date: 2003-10-11
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 18+
ISBN-10: 1591823161 1591823161
ISBN-13: 9781591823162 9781591823162
The mysterious transfer student, Kawada, has an escape plan but a shadow of doubt creeps in when Shuuya discovers that his would-be savior was last year's program winner. Meanwhile, the daily attendance is dropping rapidly as students spread out on their own or in groups fighting for survival.
Story by Koshun Takami and art by Masayuki Taguchi.
(added on 2007-02-17, modified on 2007-02-17)
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