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Zatch Bell! Volume 1 by Makoto Raiku1
Zatch Bell! Volume 2 by Makoto Raiku2
Zatch Bell! Volume 3 by Makoto Raiku3
Zatch Bell! Volume 4 by Makoto Raiku4
Zatch Bell! Volume 5 by Makoto Raiku5
Zatch Bell! Volume 6 by Makoto Raiku6
Zatch Bell! Volume 7 by Makoto Raiku7
Zatch Bell! Volume 8 by Makoto Raiku8
Zatch Bell! Volume 9 by Makoto Raiku9
Zatch Bell! Volume 10 by Makoto Raiku10
Zatch Bell! Volume 11 by Makoto Raiku11
Zatch Bell! Volume 12 by Makoto Raiku12
Zatch Bell! Volume 13 by Makoto Raiku13
Zatch Bell! Volume 14 by Makoto Raiku14
Zatch Bell! Volume 15 by Makoto Raiku15
Zatch Bell! Volume 16 by Makoto Raiku16
Zatch Bell! Volume 17 by Makoto Raiku17
Zatch Bell! Volume 18 by Makoto Raiku18
Zatch Bell! Volume 19 by Makoto Raiku19
Zatch Bell! Volume 20 by Makoto Raiku20
Zatch Bell! Volume (21) by Makoto Raiku21
Zatch Bell! Volume 22 by Makoto Raiku22
Zatch Bell! Volume 23 by Makoto Raiku23
Zatch Bell! Vol. 24 by Makoto Raiku24
Zatch Bell! Volume 25 by Makoto Raiku25

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Series description

For his 14th birthday, Kiyo received a strange little boy named Zatch Bell as a gift from his father. Kiyo soon discovers that there's more to Zatch than his dad ever realized - Zatch is a mamodo child with magic powers that are unleashed by reading spells from a mysterious red book...and there are 99 other kids like Zatch who must fight each other to become the king of the mamodo world!

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