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Maohden Vol. 1 (Novel)

Maohden Vol. 1 (Novel)

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by HIdeyuki Kikuchi, Jun Suemi
     
 
Demon City Shinjuku, home to monsters and magicians alike. The warlock Gento Roran has broken his fifteen-year slumber and seeks dominion over the city. Now resurrected from his accursed sarcophagus, he is accompanied by the Hyota, the “small superman.”

A secret seal has proclaimed that “Those who control Demon City will control the world

Overview

Demon City Shinjuku, home to monsters and magicians alike. The warlock Gento Roran has broken his fifteen-year slumber and seeks dominion over the city. Now resurrected from his accursed sarcophagus, he is accompanied by the Hyota, the “small superman.”

A secret seal has proclaimed that “Those who control Demon City will control the world.” And so the stage is set for a fateful battle between Gento and Setsura Aki.

Meanwhile, Doctor Mephisto, the Demon Physician, is treating a curious new patient, a girl named Mayumi. Any man who has sex with her dies soon afterwards. This deadly cause and effect appears to be nothing more than coincidence at first. But only at first.

Assassination squads possessed of the most unusual ways of dealing death come after Setsura. One after the next, he’s caught up in the fight of his life! What is this secret seal? And how is it connected to Mayumi?

Hideyuki Kikuchi has again unleashed his creative powers in a thrilling and hair-raising tale of the supernatural. The first volume of Maohden!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015081473
Publisher:
Digital Manga Publishing
Publication date:
08/29/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
5 MB

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Maohden Vol.1 (Novel) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It needs a little more depth with the storyline for my tastes bit still a good read