Tamura has taken Takashi to the relative safety of Kyoto, leaving Haruhiko to fend for himself against Rin's not so tender mercies. As promised, Haruhiko bravely confesses the sins of his past life and explains everything in a letter to Tamura. When Rin threatens Tamura, Haruhiko teleports to Kyoto in an attempt to intercept the letter. Although Haruhiko's desperation strikes a sympathetic chord in Takashi, Tamura gets the revealing letter before it can be torn apart.

Having succeeded in convincing the others that Haruhiko is the reincarnation of Shion, Rini's eager to move forward with his plans. To destory the moon base and all traces of their potentiallyu Earth-devastating past, Rin needs the others' computer passwords. He's willing todo anything to get them, even arrange a date with "Shion" and his fiancée Alice.

Story and Art by Saki Hiwatari
Release Sep 21, 2004
Trim Size 5 × 7 1/2
Imprint VIZ Media
Length 200 pages
Age Rating Teen Plus

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