Jing: King of Bandits, Volume 5

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TokyoPop, Mar 9, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 224 pages
"Every year in Zaza a fabulous masquerade is held that everyone attends. So important is the ball that there is an entire town dedicated to the construction of masks. Jing, the infamous King of Bandits, has come to steal a particular mask, but it won't be easy. Before the ball he must first fight in Zaza's masked combat coliseum. Sprightliness is a virtue for a thief, but against bone-crushing gladiators, the young bandit may be in over his head."--The publisher.

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