Series: Loveless by Azzarello

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Loveless, Vol. 1: A Kin of Homecoming by Brian Azzarello1
Loveless, Vol. 2: Thicker Than Blackwater by Brian Azzarello2
Loveless, Vol. 3: Blackwater Falls by Brian Azzarello3

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Series description

The series created by Azzarello. It is not connected to the series by Yun Kouga: http://www.librarything.com/series/Lo...


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