Series: No Need for Tenchi!

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No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 1 by Hitoshi Okuda1
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 2: Sword Play by Hitoshi Okuda2
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 3: Magical Girl Pretty Sammy by Hitoshi Okuda3
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 4: Samurai Space Opera by Hitoshi Okuda4
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 5: Unreal Genius by Hitoshi Okuda5
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 6: Dream a Little Scheme by Hitoshi Okuda6
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 7: Tenchi in Love by Hitoshi Okuda7
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 8: Chef of Iron by Hitoshi Okuda8
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 9: The Quest for More Money by Hitoshi Okuda9
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 10: Mother Planet by Hitoshi Okuda10
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 11: Ayeka's Heart by Hitoshi Okuda11
No Need for Tenchi!, Volume 12: No Need for Endings by Hitoshi Okuda12

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