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Reborn!, Volume 14

Reborn!, Volume 14

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by Akira Amano
     
 

Tsuna is just a scaredy-cat junior high student who's no good at school or sports...until Reborn shoots him in the head and he starts life fresh with the power to solve his problems!
Junior high student Tsuna is a failure at school, sports, and social life. He needs a mafia hit man mentor like he needs a hole in the head...and he's about to get

Overview

Tsuna is just a scaredy-cat junior high student who's no good at school or sports...until Reborn shoots him in the head and he starts life fresh with the power to solve his problems!
Junior high student Tsuna is a failure at school, sports, and social life. He needs a mafia hit man mentor like he needs a hole in the head...and he's about to get both!
Reborn's gun will kill you and make you stronger! R to L (Japanese Style). The Sky Battle Tsuna's old adversary, Mukuro Rokudo, has successfully fought on the side of Tsuna's "family" for possession of the Mist Ring. But his opponent, the Varia known as Mammon, has a highly developed sense of never-say-die! Later, Tsuna finally completes his training and returns in time to confront one of the Varia who is running amok. The whole game changes, however, when he finds out who this Varia really is! Junior high student Tsuna is a failure at school, sports and social life. He needs a Mafia hit man tutor like he needs a hole in the head...and he's about to get both!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421528557
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
01/05/2010
Series:
Reborn! Series, #14
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
200
Sales rank:
1,168,730
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
16 - 18 Years

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Meet the Author

Akira Amano was born in Aichi Prefecture, located in central Japan. After early versions of the series were published in seinen (young men's) manga magazines, Reborn! first appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump as a stand-alone short story in late 2003. The massive success of this one-shot story led Weekly Shonen Jump to begin serializing Reborn! in mid-2004. Amano's work, with its entertaining mix of action, comedy and drama, remains extremely popular with readers.

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