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D.N.Angel (GN 4)
Volume: GN 4
Release date: 2004-10-05
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1591828023 1591828023
ISBN-13: 9781591828020 9781591828020
While continuing his relentless pursuit to get the scoop on Dark Mousy, Takeshi becomes distracted by a mysterious young woman in a museum. He falls instantly head over heels for her, and recruits Daisuke to help find out who she is. But the path to love takes them far from home...
Story and art by Yukiru Sugisaki.
(added on 2007-02-25, modified on 2007-02-25)
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