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Stray Little Devil (GN 3 of 5)
Title: Stray Little Devil
Volume: GN 3 / 5
Release date: 2006-11-01
Suggested retail price: $9.95
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1597960454 1597960454
ISBN-13: 9781597960458 9781597960458
Pam and the other devil interns have exams coming up, which means crunch time for Pam who's still having "flying" difficulties. In order to step closer to realizing her dream, she trains rigorously with Raim and Vine.
Story and art by Kotaro Mori.
(added on 2007-02-20, modified on 2007-02-20)
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