Series: Vampire Princess Yui

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Works (5)

Vampire Princess Yui, Volume 1 by Narumi Kakinouchi1
Vampire Princess Yui, Volume 2 by 垣野内 成美2
Vampire Princess Yui, Volume 3 by Narumi Kakinouchi3
Vampire Princess Yui, Volume 4 by 垣野内 成美4
Vampire Princess Yui, Volume 5 by 垣野内 成美5

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Series description

The large-size manga series (5 books total) about Vampire Princess Yui.

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