Series: Baccano!

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Baccano!, Volume 1: The Rolling Bootlegs by Ryohgo Narita1
Baccano!, Volume 2: 1931 Local Chapter, The Grand Punk Railroad by Ryohgo Narita2
Baccano!, Volume 3: 1931 Express Chapter, The Grand Punk Railroad by Ryohgo Narita3
Baccano!, Volume 4: 1932 Drug & The Dominos by Ryohgo Narita4
バッカーノ!2001 The Children Of Bottle (Baccano!, #5) by Ryohgo Narita5
バッカーノ!1933〈上〉THE SLASH クモリノチアメ (電撃文庫) by Ryohgo Narita6
バッカーノ!1933〈下〉THE SLASH チノアメハ、ハレ (電撃文庫) by Ryohgo Narita7
バッカーノ!1934獄中編―Alice In Jails (電撃文庫) by Ryohgo Narita8
バッカーノ!1934 娑婆編 Alice In Jails (Baccano!, #9) by Ryohgo Narita9
バッカーノ!1934 完結編 Peter Pan In Chains (Baccano!, #10) by Ryohgo Narita10
バッカーノ!1705―The Ironic Light Orchestra (電撃文庫) by Ryohgo Narita11
バッカーノ!2002「A side」―Bullet Garden (電撃文庫) by Ryohgo Narita12
バッカーノ!2002「B side」―Blood Sabbath (電撃文庫) by Ryohgo Narita13
バッカーノ!1931 臨時急行編―Another Junk Railroad (電撃文庫) by Ryohgo Narita14

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