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Black Bird. : 12 (2012, original release: 2007)


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Published: San Francisco, Calif. : Viz Media, [2012] c2007
Series: Shojo beat manga
Edition:  Shojo Beat ed
Description:  187 p. : chiefly ill. ; 19 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781421540528 (pbk.), 1421540525 (pbk.),
Language:  English

"This book reads from right to left" -- p. [4] of cover

"Original Japanese edition 'Black bird' published by Shogakukan Inc."--Colophon

Rated T+ for older teen

Translated from the Japanese

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Exciting Volume 7

Sho begins his attempts to tear the Daitengu apart, beginning with Sagami.  However, the bond between Kyo and Sagami is too even strong, even when Ayame is placed in danger.  But Sho does have better luck with Zenki, who's past harbors a dark and terrible secret, one that threatens to tear apart the Kyo and Misao's entire world.  As usual, Volume 12 ends on a terrible cliffhanger, one that makes me wonder if there might soon be a death of someone very dear Misao.  A good volume, one that really advanced the plot and didn't get too bogged-down in relationship issues to the detriment of the action.  I cannot wait until Number 13!
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