Under The Glass Moon, Volume 2

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TokyoPop, Sep 16, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
4 Reviews
Luka Reinhardt is the 21st century's greatest Dark Wizard. He and his bookish brother, Luel, live next door to a pair of witches named Madame Batolli and Nell. Both witches fall for Luka's good looks and ignore Luel's feeble advances without a second thought. it's more than a love triangle--it's a love pentagram, especially when Luel's old flame, Sage, shows up. As if that weren't enough magical mayhem, things get a bit heated when Neo, Luka's overzealous apprentice, unleashes Efreet, a wrathful fire spirit.

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User Review  - catfantastic - LibraryThing

Unfortunately, Ko Ya-Seong abandoned this series, making this the final volume. It wasn't planned that way, and this volume is spent dropping hints and foreshadowing events and character revelations ... Read full review

Review: Under the Glass Moon, Vol. 1

User Review  - Emerian Rich - Goodreads

Great goth artwork. Is a little silly as all manhwas are but well done. It was a little strange (but also interesting) to see the angry or sad or different versions of the characters the artist drew. very detailed art illustrations. Read full review


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