.hack//Legend of the Twilight, Volume 2

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TokyoPop, Dec 9, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
85 Reviews
What do you do when a game starts playing by its own rules? Shugo and Reina recently started playing The World, an advanced online game, but they are already well on their way to becoming heroes. They've got a great party of friends, cool new items, and now they've been joined by Zefie, a Vagrant AI who acts outside the rules of the game.

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The art work for this manga is amazing. - Goodreads
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Not a lot of collective plot, but not too bad. - Goodreads

Review: .hack// Legend of the Twilight, Vol. 1 (.hack//Legend of the Twilight #1)

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Twins Rena and Shugo wanted to go through there game and have fun with there new legendary .hack player models, but when they went into the early level fighting zone a level 40 golem jumped out of a ... Read full review

Review: .hack// Legend of the Twilight, Vol. 1 (.hack//Legend of the Twilight #1)

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Twins Rena and Shugo wanted to go through there game and have fun with there new legendary .hack player models, but when they went into the early level fighting zone a level 40 golem jumped out of a ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

ART by Rei Izumi and STORY by Tatsuya Hamazaki

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