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Five Star Stories #13

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The story of Fatima Fates Atropos has begun with the main character conspicuously missing Amaterasu, the Emperor of Dalta Belun, decides to take a leave of absence to visit Kastenpo on the planet Both. Unfortunately, he is mortally wounded when his transport is attacked by a secret mission led by Diver DiBarrow in search of the dying LED Dragon Meanwhile, with its commande ...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published October 15th 2003 by ToysPress (first published 2003)
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Mar 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga, wonderful
It's one of my most favorite chapters in the series!

Not only the doll-like heroine Lachesis finally managed to kick some asses, the author also introduced us to one of Lachesis's older 'sisters', who is one hell of an out-of-control, non-traditional Fatima.

Aside from the beautiful Fatimas, there're also a lot of epic battle scenes and awesomely designed MHs!

Good job Mr. Mamoru Nagano!
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