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 12by Kentaro Yabuki
In order to revert back to his regular-sized self, Train sets out to see Dr. Tearju, a woman who bears a striking resemblance to the girl Eve. But before she can help Train return to normal, the Apostles of the Stars come crashing in, with the intent of forcing Dr. Tearju to join their ranks. A mysterious new weapon may be the only hope for keeping the Apostles at bay.
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