Shaman King, Volume 9
Junior high whiz kid Manta Oyamada was taking a shortcut through the cemetery one night when he met a strange kid--Yoh Asakura, shaman who saved Manta from cemetery-desecrating gang members--but that was just the beginning. Because Yoh is not the only shaman in the world--and danger comes to visit them in the form of a Chinese shaman with ruthless ambitions.
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Review: Shaman King, Vol. 2: Kung-Fu Master (Shaman King #2)User Review - Goodreads
This book was very good. It was a nice follow-up to the first Shaman King . Once again the art was exquisite and I found myself wishing that I could draw just like it. The book also had a little miniature story embedded within the main story. That alone made it really fun to read.
Review: Shaman King, Vol. 7: Clash at Mata Cemetery (Shaman King #7)User Review - Goodreads
In this volume, Yoh and Ren' fight is pictured. Meanwhile, scenes from Ren's far away home show his sister and his father talking about him. Only one winner of this match can join further in the ...