Youngblood

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Having gone on hiatus early last year so Stan Sakai could work on 47 Ronin, I do occasionally worry that being forgotten could be the fate of Usagi Yojimbo. If you've been looking for a comic book store, look no further. Texts should be 500 to 1,000 words long, Children's and Teenage Fiction, contemporary and humorous, dealing with the issues and problems which teenagers face in their own everyday lives. What we can say is that when faced with such a towering amount of releases, retailers cannot buy big on everything, which is understandable.

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Publisher: Image Comics, Inc (1992)

ISBN: B0006S9P7A

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