Shonen Jump Fifth Anniversary Collector's Edition.
Shonen Jump Fifth Anniversary Collector's Edition
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Shonen Jump Fifth Anniversary Collector's Edition is a hardcover anthology of shonen manga (Japanese Japanese (jăp'ənēz`), language of uncertain origin that is spoken by more than 125 million people, most of whom live in Japan. There are also many speakers of Japanese in the Ryukyu Islands, Korea, Taiwan, parts of the United States, and comics generally aimed toward young men, but sure to delight action fans of any ages or gender), reprinted especially for collectors and fans. Consisting of the first issue of Shonen Jump plus a wide selection of the best interviews and articles found in issues 1-60, Shonen Jump Fifth Anniversary Collector's Edition presents the very first chapters of the popular black-and-white black-and-white
1. Partially black and partially white: a black-and-white cow.
2. Being in writing or print: black-and-white proof.
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