Hiroyuki Takei debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997 by creating Butsu Zone . He then became one of the most popular creators and artists in Japan by creating Shaman King in 1998. To date, with the release of all 19 volumes of the graphic novel, this title has sold over 16 million copies. It was produced as an anime in 2001 and it became an instant hit. Takei was awarded the Hop Step Award and Tezuka Award.
Shaman King, Volume 14by Hiroyuki Takei
With the Shaman Fights officially underway, Yoh and Co. must take on opponents from all over the world. But is anyone ready to fight Lady Jeanne, a royal pain who gives new meaning to the term "tortured"?
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Jocos orgin concludes in this volume, and his battle ends very strangly(you'll know what I mean when you read it). I give this volume 5 stars, but I think the Egyptian guys could have been a little cooler. 'just sayin.