.hack//Legend of the Twilight, Volume 2

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TokyoPop, Dec 9, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
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"Welcome to The World, the most advanced online game ever created. In The World you can be anyone you want to be, act out your adventure fantasies and through teamwork and determination, you can even become a hero. 14-year-old twins Shugo and rena just won a contest that lets them play as legendary .hackers avatars "Kite" and "Black Rose" and now they're ready to take on anything...or so they think. When a high level monster attacks the Level 1 players as soon as they start, the game's administrators know something is wrong in The World. Now Shugo and Rena's real adventure begins as they set forth to solve the mystery of "Twilight" and save The World."--Cover, v.1.

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User Review  - blog_gal - LibraryThing

This seems like it is going to be a good series. The plot is very interesting. I enjoy the character Black Rose a lot. The art work for this manga is amazing. The characters are developed pretty well. I imagine in the next volumes they will be developed even better. Read full review

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

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ART by Rei Izumi and STORY by Tatsuya Hamazaki


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