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Twins Ken and Mari and their friend Joe have been constant companions since childhood. Now in their final year of high school, they've grown into young adults with their own hobbies, loves, and even secrets. No matter their differences, though, they share a common bond in their love for movies. But will this bond prove to be strong enough when unresolved feelings and distance threaten to pull this threesome apart? Kine In! collects the existing chapters of this bittersweet story, plus a newly written chapter! Also included are three one-shots where Est Em further explores the bonds of affection that draw friends and lovers of all kinds together. Translated by Lea Histake; Edited by April Gutierrez; Lettered by Alexandra Gunawan
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Emotionally unstable after the death of his mother, a world-famous ballet dancer, Theo finds himself unable to dance. He goes into acting--but what kind of uproar will ensue when he's caught kissing his popular young costar, Darren? From the lives and loves of glamorous Hollywood stars to a festival in Kyoto, est em artfully crafts multiple beautiful and heartrending worlds overflowing with sensuality. Seven unique stories of timeless love, art, music and human emotion--as well as some that may not be quite so human--are collected here in her debut volume. Translated by Barbara J. Vincent; Edited by Anna Schnell; Lettered by Liz Marina Barillas
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An avid game of love between rivals! Soccer fans are notorious, but ultras like Al and Leon take it to another level! They eat, breathe, and sleep for their beloved teams and their rivalries, like the rivalry between Liberta and FC Madrid. When the Spanish national soccer team wins the European championship, fans around the country unite to celebrate. Sparks fly when Al and Leon first meet amidst the festivities, but what happens when these two ultras unknowingly find themselves on opposite sides of a passionate rivalry!? Other exciting stories in this anthology include: Say Hello to Mr. Smith, The Onlooker, Who Killed Oscar?, and Local y Visitante. Translated by Barbara J. Vincent; Edited by Yadira Gonzales; Lettered by S. Russell
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