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Mamotte! Lollipop (GN 5)
Title: Mamotte! Lollipop
Volume: GN 5
Distributor: Del Rey
Release date: 2008-02-26
Suggested retail price: $10.95
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 0345498941 0345498941
ISBN-13: 9780345498946 9780345498946
Nina has a problem other girls can only dream about: two cute boys, Zero and Ichî, are madly in love with her! And they are both apprentice wizards to boot. When a wild magic spell goes terribly wrong, Nina has her first kiss! But who's the lucky boy?
Story and art by Michiyo Kikuta.
(added on 2007-09-26, modified on 2007-09-26)
- Encyclopedia information about Mamotte! Lollipop (manga)
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