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But are even these newfound powers a match for the Student Council President herself, Satsuki Kiryuin!? It's more all-out magical transformation, sword-clashing, fanservice-filled action in Kill la Kill Volume 2!
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
Plus, Ryuko faces off against the combined power of the unstoppable Elite Four! It's the most jam-packed action-fueled sexy suspense-filled Kill la Kill volume yet!
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
But before they can, a ghost from both Kikuhiko and Sukeroku's past returns, threatening to drag them both under...The story of Kikuhiko, Sukeroku, and Miyokichi reaches its final act!
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
This volume brings together a range of global scholars to refl ect on and critically engage with the place of law and justice in Japan’s popular cultural legacy.
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
Kill Audio, on the other hand, can't. An immortal troll charged with balancing music in the land of Sight & Sound, Kill Audio seeks out the musical "fathers" of every genre...but someone's always one step ahead of him.
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
As Ted's mind begins to crack, dark secrets from his past seep through the fissures. Kill the Next One is an immersive psychological thriller from an exciting new voice.
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
Traces the fateful period after the Earth is decimated by catastrophic solar flares and reveals the stories behind the formation of WICKED, the construction of the Glade, and Thomas' entry into the Maze.
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
This is an ethnographic examination and an appraisal of the Cambodian genocide under Pol Pot based on the author's long fieldwork in the area.
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
Because that's what makes people happy...right? Discover Akame's shocking past in Akame ga KILL! Zero, the prequel to the hit series Akame ga KILL!
Kill la Kill from books.google.com
In We Are the Weather, Jonathan Safran Foer explores the central global dilemma of our time in a surprising, deeply personal, and urgent new way.