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Somedays you just need to destroy a city with your ridiculous dance moves. Today is that day. See more of Boston's infamous Kaiju Big Battel Kaiju Big Battel in HF volume one, the Collected Edition Box Set and below.

Somedays you just need to destroy a city with your ridiculous dance moves. Today is that day. See more of Boston’s infamous Kaiju Big Battel Kaiju Big Battel in HF volume one, the Collected Edition Box Set and below.

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