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Oh My Goddess! Volume 14: Queen Sayoko (Oh My Goddess! #14)

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Poor Sayoko! The former queen of Nekomi Tech has never been the same since the goddess Belldandy arrived and stole away the hearts of the student body. Now it's time for the annual Campus Queen contest again, and Sayoko wants to win so bad she'd sell her soul -- literally -- to the demon Mara! With a Demon First Class on her side, Sayoko's dreams just might come true. Can ...more
Published November 26th 2002 by Dark Horse Comics (first published December 1st 2000)
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Excellent book! In this volume there are two short stories before the main event. First, you will read about the first experience of Skuld with an angel of her own, simple but lovely. Later, a story about how a broom can falls in love with a goddess, great stuff. And finally the story that gives name to the volume, where Sayoko makes a deal to become the campus queen of the Nekomi Tech, but literally a queen there! Great story. Highly recommended this volume.
Dony Grayman
Edición española, tomo 14.
This volume is completely worth it for 2 chapters - Skuld getting "Noble Scarlet" and one of Urd's brooms wanting to be human!
Thats right, a BROOM wishes to be a man to spend more time around Belldandy

Sayoko as Queen story starts off great, but the book ends before it does. Have vol 15 prepped & ready to go before you start on that
this was the very frist book i read of the series oh my goddess. But still it was very good. thats when i really stated to read more of these!
Nana Lee
cool! Looking forward on reading more Mangas. :)
Rachel Searcey
This one was ok, I like end story with the Queen
This series is always enjoyable.
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Kōsuke Fujishima (藤島 康介, born July 7, 1964) is a Japanese manga artist.

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Other Books in the Series

Oh My Goddess! (1 - 10 of 46 books)
  • Oh My Goddess!, Volume 1
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 2
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 3: Final Exam
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 4: Love Potion No. 9
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 5: Sympathy for the Devil
  • Oh My Goddess!, Volume 6
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 7: The Queen of Vengeance
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 8: Mara Strikes Back
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 9: Ninja Master
  • Oh My Goddess! Volume 10: Miss Keiichi
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