Kentaro Yabuki made his manga debut with Yamato Gensouki, a short series about a young empress destined to unite the warring states of ancient Japan and the boy sworn to protect her. His next series, Black Cat, commenced serialization in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump in 2000 and quickly developed a loyal fan following. Black Cat has also become an animated TV series, first hitting Japan's airwaves in the fall of 2005.
Black Cat, Volume 11by Kentaro Yabuki
Charden and Kyoko have deserted Creed's Apostles of the Stars and joined up with Train and Sven. But it won't be easy to protect them, since Train has been shot by a nanotech bullet that turns him into a little boy. Rinslet goes in search of Dr. Tearju, who developed Creed's nanotechnology and may be the only one who can return Train to normal. But will Rinslet find the doctor before Creed or Chronos finds Train?
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