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Wounded Man, Volume 9 (NFSUK)

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An arrangement is made that will finally finish Keisukes adventure: if he wins, the Green Berets will tell him who the real boss of GPX is and they will bow down without further problems; however, if the Berets win, then it will be the loss of Keisukes life. Be sure not to miss this rumble because someone from the CIA will be watching
Paperback, 200 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by ComicsOne (first published 2002)
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