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Soul Eater Soul Art 2

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

The second deluxe, hardcover art book from New York Times bestselling artist Atsushi Ohkubo contains full color illustrations-including cover art, color pages from its original Japanese magazine publication, and much more!-from Soul Eater and Soul Eater NOT!

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Soul Eater NOT!, Vol. 5

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

Ding-dong! DEAD-dong! Class is in session, and DWMA is preparing for the annual Death Festival held on Halloween. But while Death City is abuzz with excitement and delight, something sinister is brewing within its shadows...and it seems the girls' carefree school days are in for a rude awakening with a shocking betrayal! Can DWMA stop the nefarious witch Shaula Gorgon's schemes before it's too late? And will Tsugumi ever get to make her choice?! It's a savage but super-fun conclusion!

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Soul Eater NOT!, Vol. 4

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

Tsugumi Harudori is in love with life at DWMA, but she still hasn't made a decision on whether to take Meme or Anya as her meister. Anya has delivered an ultimatum: Tsugumi must make her choice by Halloween-and the clock is ticking! Can Tsugumi make up her mind in time, and without hurting one of her friends? It's a savage but super-fun life!

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Soul Eater NOT!, Vol. 3

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater Vol. 17

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

The enemy of my enemy is . . . still my enemy?! As the madness of the Kishin continues to threaten the world, Noah and Medusa race to find Asura and ally themselves with him. With Noah reliant on demon tools and Medusa on her experimental black blood, DWMA must devise ways to combat both evils while trying to seek and destroy Asura themselves!

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Soul Eater, Vol. 16

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater, Vol. 13

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

As Maka and a team of DWMA students slip into Baba Yaga Castle in the guise of Arachnophobian guards, Black Star opts for his usual style of entrance: loud and without a trace of subtlety. But although Black Star doesn't seem to have changed much on the outside, inwardly, he has at last found the way to harness the true power of the Uncanny Sword. And that means he's ready to test his blade in a round three rematch against swordsman Mifune. Will Black Star's transformation be enough? Or will he once again find himself at the mercy of the great samurai?

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Soul Eater, Vol. 11

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater NOT!, Vol. 2

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater, Vol. 10

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

With Doctor Stein unable to carry on, Maka, Kid, and Black Star enter the magnetic field to take up the mission and locate the tempestous demon tool known as Brew. Time is quickly running out as the three face off against Mosquito, struggling to harmonize their wavelengths with the magnetized vortex. They'll be lucky to escape with their lives, let alone the demon tool!

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Soul Eater NOT!, Vol. 1

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater: Vol 8

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater: Vol 7

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

Shinigami-sama summons the strongest weapons from around the world to contain the rogue kishin and the spread of his madness. As these powerful weapons strategize for what will be the most difficult battle of their lives, the students of DWMA try to get back to their normal lives as best they can. For Maka, adjusting to the dangerous times is nothing compared to Crona's struggle to adjust to life as a DWMA student!

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Soul Eater: Vol 6

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater: Vol 5

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

Maka is a scythe meister, working to perfect one particular scythe until it is good enough to become Death's Weapon - the weapon used by Shinigami-sama, the spirit of Death himself. As if that wasn't unusual enough, her scythe is a demon scythe called Soul Eater, which can change form from a scythe to a human-looking boy. In order to make Soul Eater powerful enough to be Death's Weapon, he must eat the souls of 99 humans and 1 witch. Along the way, the two of them face many different challenges, including a cat witch named Blair (who happens to have a thing for Soul) and a teacher who's been turned into a zombie (and wants him to join her!). Her fellow students, like the shadow ninja weapon meister named Black Star who always needs to be the center of attention, aren't much help, either. It'll be a miracle if Maka even survives, let alone manages to make Soul Eater into the Death Scythe.

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Soul Eater: Vol 4

Atsushi Ohkubo
Authors:
Atsushi Ohkubo

This volume starts off with an immortal Wolf-Man with a demon eye being broken out of the witch jail by Medusa. It is the start of an experiment to test Maka and Soul. Meanwhile, Maka asks Dr. Stein for special training so she can become strong. He agrees, but tells her it is very dangerous - She and Soul could end up never being able to get their soul wavelengths to match up ever again. Maka decides to do it anyway. She and Soul argue over it. Maka wins out, and they go to London (along with Black Star and Tsubaki) for the assignment. There she fights the Wolf-Man, and the worst happens - She and Soul lose their compatibility. Maka can't even hold Soul any more. But through sheer determination, she and Soul manage to resonate again. Medusa watches the whole thing, observing the effect of the 'black blood' in Soul and Maka.

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Soul Eater: Vol 3

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo
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Soul Eater: Vol 2

Atsushi Ohkubo
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Atsushi Ohkubo

Maka and Soul are given a remedial assignment to take the soul of Dr. Franken Stein-who happens to be the most powerful meister to ever graduate from Death Weapon Meister Academy. Needless to say, this assignment turns out to be more than they were expecting. In the middle of the fight, Maka learns how to see someone's soul-and sees for herself just how powerful Dr. Stein's soul is. It scares her so much that she freezes up. Luckily for her, the whole thing is just a set-up as part of the assignment, and Dr. Stein decides to pass them. Things seem to be back to normal when a more dangerous enemy emerges-and this time it's not a test. Named Crona, he carries the demon sword Ragnarok, whose attacks are accompanied by grotesque, ear-piercing screams. But Crona is merely a puppet of the witch Medusa, who is trying to manipulate him into becoming something called a "Kishin." Shinigami-sama sends Dr. Stein and Death Scythe to make sure that that doesn't happen.

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Soul Eater: Vol 1

Atsushi Ohkubo
Authors:
Atsushi Ohkubo

Maka is a scythe meister, working to perfect one particular scythe until it is good enough to become Death's Weapon - the weapon used by Shinigami-sama, the spirit of Death himself. As if that wasn't unusual enough, her scythe is a demon scythe called Soul Eater, which can change form from a scythe to a human-looking boy. In order to make Soul Eater powerful enough to be Death's Weapon, he must eat the souls of 99 humans and 1 witch. Along the way, the two of them face many different challenges, including a cat witch named Blair (who happens to have a thing for Soul) and a teacher who's been turned into a zombie (and wants him to join her!). Her fellow students, like the shadow ninja weapon meister named Black Star who always needs to be the center of attention, aren't much help, either. It'll be a miracle if Maka even survives, let alone manages to make Soul Eater into the Death Scythe.

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B. Ichi: Vol 1

Atsushi Ohkubo
Authors:
Atsushi Ohkubo

Most normal humans use only 30% of their brains, but a group of people known as the "Dokeshi" can use 50-60% of their brains, and thus have specialabilities. These powers, however, come with a price: the Dokeshi must observe certain restrictions. Ignoring these rules can lead to the loss of something precious from within. In young Shotaro's case, he has to stick to doing one good deed every day! In the central town of Toykyo, he meets a girl named Mana, and together they go on a journey to find Shotaro's childhood friend Emine. Will Shotaro be able to do good daily or will he succumb to laziness on his journey?