Venture through these intricate mazes with manga characters as your guides! The 36 mind-blowing mazes come with striking manga graphics that can be colored after solving the puzzles. They're fun for both kids and adult anime enthusiasts — at home, in the car, or on a plane. Solutions included.... read more
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Venture through these intricate mazes with manga characters as your guides! The 36 mind-blowing mazes come with striking manga graphics that can be colored after solving the puzzles. They're fun for both kids and adult anime enthusiasts — at home, in the car, or on a plane. Solutions included.
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