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News New Tokyopop manga
posted on 2004-05-04 18:53 EDT
Tokyopop has added yet another manga title to their manga list. This time it's Diabolo by Kei Kusunoki & Kaoru Ohashi. Although this is the first manga by Kaoru Ohashi to be licensed in North America, she's published over 40 manga in Japan, many of which were co-authored by her sister, Kei Kusunoki. The first volume of Diabolo is set to be released this fall.
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