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O-Parts Hunter 18 (O-Parts Hunter #18)

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1. Ruby's dream: to become a famous treasure hunter. Jio's dream: to rule the world!
2. Ancient relics of a lost civilization hold the key to humanity's future.
3. Inside this young boy lives the power to change the world. R to L (Japanese Style). Separated into various groups and confronting a variety of threats, Jio and his friends hope they may finally be reaching the end
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by VIZ Media LLC (first published October 9th 2008)
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Apr 21, 2011 Jucchan rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga
Love it :D
666 Satan (which is the original titel for O-Parts Hunter) is definitely one of my favorite mangas :D It's written/drawn by Seishi Kishimoto, the youngest of the kishimoto-twins (Masashi being the eldest, and the author of Naruto), which is why it might seem similar to Naruto. However the storylines differ a lot from each other - even though they've got quite the same plot. But in terms of stories, I believe 666 Satan is way better than Naruto, and I'd like to recommend it for all shon
Aug 05, 2009 Patty rated it really liked it
There's still another volume (at least) to go...but it seems like there's still a lot of story to be told yet. We've pretty much had all the angels revealed to us now, but there are still two demons we have yet to learn about. Seeing Jio wield the power of Satan was pretty impressive in battle (without himself becoming consumed)..and finding out just how Ruby could use her powers of Sandalphon was pretty interesting, too. I'm really curious to see how this series will end!
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Edición española. Anteúltimo tomo.
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Edición española. Penúltimo tomo. Colección Shonen Manga.
Jul 26, 2011 Marie rated it really liked it
Jio et ses amis progressent au coeur de Nahemar et affrontent anges et démons éveillés.
Un volume de quasi combat pur qui nous donne un aperçu plus poussé des techniques de chacun.
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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. As a result, the two have frequently been accused of copying the other. Seishi, himself, notes that the similarities are not intentional since they were both influenced by many of the same things while the more famous Masashi even a ...more
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