Tail of the Moon. v. 11 /

During their search for Mamezo, a downpour forces Usagi and Hanzo to take shelter inside a cave. Though the storm and a dark cave provide a romantic backdrop for the loving couple, something sinister interrupts them -- a poisonous ninja star that incapacitates Hanzo!

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Other Authors: Miyaki, Tetsuichiro.
McMurray, Mark.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:San Francisco, CA : Viz Medio, 2008.
Edition:Shojo Beat manga ed.
Series:Shojo beat manga from the heart ; v. 11.
Tail of the moon ; v. 11.
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Uniform Title:Tail of the Moon. v. 11 /
Summary:During their search for Mamezo, a downpour forces Usagi and Hanzo to take shelter inside a cave. Though the storm and a dark cave provide a romantic backdrop for the loving couple, something sinister interrupts them -- a poisonous ninja star that incapacitates Hanzo!

• Previewed and promoted in Shojo Beat magazine.
• A romantic ninja comedy for everyone who loves Inuyasha.
• Translated into Chinese for Taiwanese market.

Usagi goes from village darling to castle clown, but that's not going to stop her from doing her best! She's going to get her man and become a ninja, and not even two super-skilled shinobi beauties can stop her!

 

During their search for Mamezo, a downpour forces Usagi and Hanzo to take shelter inside a cave. Though the storm and a dark cave provide a romantic backdrop for the loving couple, something sinister interrupts them, and Hanzo gets sniped by a poisonous ninja star! Can Usagi save him in time?

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General Notes:Translated from the Japanese.
Translation of: Tsuki no Shippo.
"First published in Japan in 2002 by Shueisha Inc., Tokyo:"--Colophon.
"This book reads from right to left"--Page 3 of cover.
Physical Description:190 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm.
ISBN:1421517566
9781421517568
Author Notes:

Rinko Ueda is from Nara prefecture. She enjoys listening to the radio, drama CDs, and Rakugo comedy performances. Her works include Ryo , a series based on the legend of Gojo Bridge, a story about love crossing national boundaries, and Tail of the Moon (Tsuki no Shippo), a romantic ninja comedy.

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