Series: Bloody Cross

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Bloody Cross, Vol. 1 by Shiwo Komeyama1
Bloody Cross, Vol. 2 by Shiwo Komeyama2
Bloody Cross, Vol. 3 by Shiwo Komeyama3
Bloody Cross Vol.4 by Shiwo Komeyama4
Bloody Cross, Vol. 5 by Shiwo Komeyama5
Bloody Cross, Vol. 6 by Shiwo Komeyama6
Bloody Cross, Vol. 7 by Shiwo Komeyama7
Bloody Cross, Vol. 8 by Shiwo Komeyama8
Bloody Cross, Vol. 9 by Shiwo Komeyama9

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Series description

A half vampire; half angel Tsukimiya travels with her companion Hinata. Though this companionship is of convenience and very strained. The reason for their travels is they are searching for "God's Book of Prophecy." This book is to remove the curse that they share of being half angels, yet no one knows if it will remove it from the both of them.


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