O-Parts Hunter, Vol. 9.
O-Parts Hunter, Vol. by Seishi Kishimoto. 9 by Seishi Kishimoto - The Olympia tournament has begun, and Jio is ready to do battle in the preliminary rounds! But his opponent Anna ha. .as does Ikaros, the leader of Rock Bird!
O-Parts Hunter 9 book. He is the younger twin-brother of Masashi Kishimoto (creator of Naruto). The two have been drawing manga together since early childhood, thus their styles are similar.
O-Parts Hunter 9 book. As a result, the two have frequently been accused of copying the other.
In the not too distant future, mankind fights over relics from an ancient civilization called O-Parts, each of which contain incredible powers. Some people with special abilities are able to use the O-Parts to their full potential,. Some people with special abilities are able to use the O-Parts to their full potential, and are known as . s (or O-Parts Tacticians). Naturally, O-Parts can be used for both good and evil purposes. Jio is a young boy with a tragic past who only trusts one thing in the world: money. Little does he suspect that he is actually a very powerful . s, and inside him sleeps a demon of incredible ferocity.
O-Parts Hunter, Volume 6. Viz Media. "O-Parts Hunter's Kishimoto Starts New Manga in Shōnen Rival Mag". "O-Parts Hunter's Seishi Kishimoto Launches Mad Chimera World Manga". p. 147. ISBN 978-1-4215-0860-3. "Hajime no Ippo's George Morikawa to Draw 1-Shot Manga".
O-Parts Hunter, known as 666 Satan in Japan, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Seishi Kishimoto
O-Parts Hunter, known as 666 Satan in Japan, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Seishi Kishimoto. It was originally published by Enix, who later became Square Enix, in their Monthly Shōnen Gangan magazine from 2001 and 2007, with the chapters collected into 19 tankōbon volumes. The series draws heavily from Kabbalistic traditions and Judeo-Christian demonology for its plot, and less so on Japanese folklore
Author: Seishi Kishimoto
Category: Graphic Novels
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (April 8, 2008)
Pages: 192 pages
ePUB size: 1466 kb
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