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The Prince of Tennis, Volume 41
     

The Prince of Tennis, Volume 41

by Takeshi Konomi
 

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Reads R to L (Japanese Style), all ages

Four-time consecutive U.S. Junior tournament champ Ryoma Echizen comes to Seishun Academy to further his reign as The Prince of Tennis. His skill is matched only by his attitude—irking some but impressing all as he leads his team to the Nationals and beyond!

Final Showdown! The Prince vs. the Child of the Gods

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Reads R to L (Japanese Style), all ages

Four-time consecutive U.S. Junior tournament champ Ryoma Echizen comes to Seishun Academy to further his reign as The Prince of Tennis. His skill is matched only by his attitude—irking some but impressing all as he leads his team to the Nationals and beyond!

Final Showdown! The Prince vs. the Child of the Gods Shusuke battles Rikkai’s Nio, the tricky “Con Artist of the Court.” Just when it looks like Shusuke will be able to thwart Nio’s devious ploy, Nio pulls a punch that goes straight for Shusuke’s weakness. Meanwhile, Momo is doing everything he can to help Ryoma overcome his amnesia in time to face the dreaded Seiichi Yukimura, aka the “Child of the Gods.” Will Ryoma recover in time?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421528533
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
04/05/2011
Series:
Prince of Tennis Series , #41
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
12 - 15 Years

Meet the Author

A member of the tennis club in junior and senior high-school, Konomi submitted his work to Weekly Shonen Jump after graduation from university and was debuted in a special edition of the magazine in 1993 with TETSUJIN SEKAI ICHI KATAI OTOKO. In 1997, his COOL ~ RENTAL BODYGUARD manga became serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, followed by THE PRINCE OF TENNIS in 1992. Because of THE PRINCE OF TENNIS, the number of children in Japan who have taken up tennis as a sport has increased exponentially, and the tennis club has become one of the more popular school clubs in junior high today, creating a huge boom for the game. An anime version of THE PRINCE OF TENNIS was created in 2001, and is still going strong.

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