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Reborn! (GN 5)
Volume: GN 5
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2007-10-02
Suggested retail price: $7.99
Age rating: 15+
ISBN-10: 1421510995 1421510995
ISBN-13: 9781421510996 9781421510996
Tsuna becomes the protector of a master statistician and his book of statistics, which supposedly holds the key to Mafia control of the world! Naturally, other gangs would like to have this book, but that isn't Tsuna's biggest challenge. He also gets embroiled in the snowball fight to end all snowball fights, and finds himself on a zoo date with Kyoko!
Story and art by Akira Amano.
(added on 2007-05-08, modified on 2007-05-08)
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