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Kitaro / Shigeru Mizuki ; translation by Jocelyne Allen.

By: Mizuki, Shigeru, 1922-.
Contributor(s): Allen, Jocelyne, 1974-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Montreal : Drawn & Quarterly, c2013Description: 396 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781770461109 :; 1770461108.Subject(s): Y�okai (Japanese folklore) -- Comic books, strips, etc | Y�okai (Japanese folklore) -- Fiction | Comic books, strips, etc. -- Japan -- Translations into EnglishGenre/Form: Graphic novels.DDC classification: 741.5/952 Summary: Kitaro is just like any other boy, except for a few small differences: he only has one eye, his hair acts like an antenna that senses paranormal activity, his geta sandals are jet-powered, and he can blend into his surroundings like a chameleon. Oh, and he's a three hundred and fifty year old yokai, a spirit monster. With all the offbeat humor of an Addams family story, Kitaro is a light-hearted romp that blends the eerie with the comic.--Provided by publisher.
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Young adult graphic novels KITARO YAG MIZ (Browse shelf) Available 31562014406971
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Translated from the Japanese.

Kitaro is just like any other boy, except for a few small differences: he only has one eye, his hair acts like an antenna that senses paranormal activity, his geta sandals are jet-powered, and he can blend into his surroundings like a chameleon. Oh, and he's a three hundred and fifty year old yokai, a spirit monster. With all the offbeat humor of an Addams family story, Kitaro is a light-hearted romp that blends the eerie with the comic.--Provided by publisher.

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