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Zombie Cherry #1
by Shoko Conami

Price : Free!

Language

English

Pages

45

Publication Date

December 31, 1969

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Miu is an unfortunate occult fanatic, who guzzled down a whole bottle of "Cherry Soup", the super strong cell revitalization liquid without thinking. Thanks to that, now she's a zombie. This all happened when Miu's just gotten close to her crush, Tohno. However, Tohno can't stomach zombies! Who knows what will happen...?!
Heart Break Club #1
by Nikki Asada

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Language

English

Pages

39

Publication Date

December 31, 1969

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Nima Momosato is jinxed. Whenever she has a crush on someone, they end up finding love elsewhere right in front of her eyes. She ends up joining a slightly weird club that observes and studies other people's love lives and relationships. Really, that's what they do! Enjoy this new type of romance comedy in which love never works out!

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