Shonen Attack Magazin #2 – Jinsei Kataoka, Kazuma Kondou, Ban Zarbo, Kyu Aiya, Yusagi Aneko, Seira Minami, Nana Yaa, Katsura Hoshino & Akihisa Ikeda

Jinsei Kataoka, Kazuma Kondou, Ban Zarbo, Kyu Aiya, Yusagi Aneko, Seira Minami, Nana Yaa, Katsura Hoshino & Akihisa Ikeda - Shonen Attack Magazin #2  artwork

Shonen Attack Magazin #2

April bis Juli 2017

Jinsei Kataoka, Kazuma Kondou, Ban Zarbo, Kyu Aiya, Yusagi Aneko, Seira Minami, Nana Yaa, Katsura Hoshino & Akihisa Ikeda

Genre: Other

Publish Date: February 16, 2017

Publisher: TOKYOPOP Verlag

Seller: Bookwire GmbH


In Ausgabe zwei erwarten euch wieder spannende News und Infos über unsere vier neuen SHONEN ATTACK-Titel Smokin' Parade (Jinsei Kataoka / Kazuma Kondou), Kamo – Pakt mit der Geisterwelt (Ban Zarbo), The Rising of the Shield Hero (Kyu Aiya / Yusagi Aneko / Seira Minami) und den zweiten Band von Goldfisch (Nana Yaa)! Aber nicht nur über neue Serien wissen wir zu berichten, auch unsere altbekannten Helden aus Serien wie D.Gray-man (Katsura Hoshino) und Rosario + Vampire (Akihisa Ikeda) finden hier ihren verdienten Platz. Außerdem erwartet euch ein Gewinnspiel der Extraklasse, das es euch ermöglicht, euch selbst in einen unserer Manga einzubringen … Ihr dürft gespannt sein! Natürlich gibt es auch wieder zwei coole Poster und vieles mehr!

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