Blue Exorcist, Volume 10

Blue Exorcist, Volume 10

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by Kazue Kato
     
 

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With the defeat of the Impure King, the Exwires have returned to their routine lives back at True Cross Academy--but the routine doesn't last for long! Halfway around the world, a strange encounter in the desert is the harbinger of evil things to come. An upturn in supernatural incidents at the academy involves Rin and his friends, but their seemingly simple tasks

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With the defeat of the Impure King, the Exwires have returned to their routine lives back at True Cross Academy--but the routine doesn't last for long! Halfway around the world, a strange encounter in the desert is the harbinger of evil things to come. An upturn in supernatural incidents at the academy involves Rin and his friends, but their seemingly simple tasks are about to draw them into a far larger conspiracy. Powerful forces have begun to awaken and an old enemy prepares for a new conflict.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421566474
Publisher:
VIZ Media
Publication date:
07/02/2013
Series:
Blue Exorcist Series , #10
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
195
Sales rank:
222,542
File size:
94 MB
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Meet the Author

Manga creator, writer and illustrator Kazue Kato was born in Tokyo on July 20, 1980. In 2000, at age 19, she won the prestigious Tezuka Award for her work Boku to Usagi (Rabbit and I) published in Akamaru Jump. From 2005 to 2006 her series Robo to Usakichi, a sci-fi adventure featuring a rabbit (again!) was published in the monthly magazine Shonen Sirius (Kodansha).

Her latest series, Blue Exorcist, began in Jump Square in April of 2009.

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Blue Exorcist, Volume 10 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Seems the covers are getting crazy and weirder than ever. Not that that's a bad thing. Series getting good, sort of strange but still good though.
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