Love As A Foreign Language #4 (v. 4)

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Sexual content per se is not banned by item number 5. so that the Western roots of satirical manga would be clear. university libraries’ holdings of manga were almost exclusively educational titles like Manga Introduction to Economics (Yoshida. it made serious suggestions that pushed libraries to go beyond that debate. Graphix/Scholastic are releasing the color re-releases of the first two adaptations, “Kristy’s Great Idea” and “The Truth About Stacey” on April 28th, and signed copies are currently available for pre-order!

Pages: 72

Publisher: Oni Press (November 8, 2005)

ISBN: 193266419X

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