Series: Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

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Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase, Volume 1 by Keitaro Arima1
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase, Volume 2 by Keitaro Arima2
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase, Volume 3 by Keitaro Arima3
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase, Volume 4 by Keitaro Arima4
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase, Volume 5 by Keitaro Arima5
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase, Volume 6 by Arima Keitaro6
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase, Volume 7 by Keitaro Arima7

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  7. Someday's Dreamers, Volume 1 by Norie Yamada (2005)
  8. Vampire Doll: Guilt-na-Zan, Vol. 1 by Erika Kari (2006)
  9. Vampire Knight, Volume 2 by Matsuri Hino (2005)
  10. Negima!: Magister Negi Magi, Vol. 12 by Ken Akamatsu (2005)
  11. xXxHoLic, Volume 9 by CLAMP (2003)
  12. Fruits Basket, Vol. 2 by Natsuki Takaya (1999)
  13. Hayate the Combat Butler, Volume 3 by Kenjiro Hata (2005)
  14. Maburaho Volume 1 by Toshihiko Tsukiji (2005)
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