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Shaman King, Volume 21
     

Shaman King, Volume 21

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by Hiroyuki Takei
 

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Yoh Asakura is a shaman—one of the gifted few who, thanks to training or natural talent, can channel spirits that most people can't even see. With the help of his fiancée, Anna, Yoh is in training for the ultimate shaman sports event: the Shaman Fight, the once-every-500-years tournament to see who can shape humanity's future

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R to L (Japanese Style)

Yoh Asakura is a shaman—one of the gifted few who, thanks to training or natural talent, can channel spirits that most people can't even see. With the help of his fiancée, Anna, Yoh is in training for the ultimate shaman sports event: the Shaman Fight, the once-every-500-years tournament to see who can shape humanity's future and become the Shaman King. But unfortunately for Yoh, every shaman in the world is competing for the same prize...

Lady Jeanne prepares to perform the ritual that will finally revive Ren. But will the rest of the X-LAWS let Ren live once he's revived? Meanwhile, Horohoro, depressed over how weak he is, wanders off...right into a cluster of Hao's thugs, who are using their might to overpower the Icemen! Horohoro tries to stop them, but will he have what it takes?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421520056
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
03/03/2009
Series:
Shaman King Series , #21
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
282,986
Product dimensions:
7.52(w) x 4.98(h) x 0.62(d)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Unconventional author/artist Hiroyuki Takei began his career by winning the coveted Hop Step Award (for new manga artists) and the Osamu Tezuka Award (named after the famous artist of the same name). After working as an assistant to famed artist Nobuhiro Watsuki, Takei debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997 with Butsu Zone, an action series based on Buddhist mythology. His multicultural adventure manga, Shaman King, which debuted in 1998, became a hit and was adapted into an anime TV series. Takei lists Osamu Tezuka, American comics and robot anime among his many influences.

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