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|Japanese Release Date||December 27, 2004|
|English Release Date||January 2, 2007|
Here Comes Reborn!
- Chapter 08: Family Entrance Test (入ファミリー試験, Nyuu Famirī Shiken)
- Chapter 09: Bianchi (ビアンキ, Bianki)
- Chapter 10: Poison Cooking II (ポイズンクッキングII, Poizun Kukkingu II)
- Chapter 11: Haru Miura (三浦 ハル, Miura Haru)
- Chapter 12: Question 7 (問7, Toi 7)
- Chapter 13: Shoichi Irie (入江 正一, Irie Shōichi)
- Chapter 14: Ryohei Sasagawa (笹川 了平, Sasagawa Ryōhei)
- Chapter 15: Doctor Shamal (Dr. シャマル, Dr. Shamaru)
- Chapter 16: Kyoya Hibari (雲雀 恭弥, Hibari Kyōya)
An assassin named Bianchi travels to Japan to kill Tsuna, so Reborn – the person she loves – can be free from his duties, but Tsuna manages to survive each of her attacks. Another girl named Haru Miura is also infatuated with Reborn, but after being saved by Tsuna, she ends up having a crush on him. Meanwhile, Reborn starts gathering people to make them part of Tsuna's own family, and arranges a boxing fight between Tsuna and Kyoko's brother, Ryohei, whom the former later becomes friend's with. He also arranges Tsuna, Gokudera, and Yamamoto to fight against Kyoya Hibari, their school's Disciplinary Committee leader, who defeats them, though becomes impressed with Reborn. Another assassin called Doctor Shamal meets Tsuna and heals him from an illness caused by the overuse of the Dying Will Bullet.