The always debonair Ryuuichi the Magician has left American and returned East, only to be assaulted by his adoring fans and mysteries so deep that they will squeeze the living brain juices out of you. In "When the Pale Moon Shines" Ryuuichi must steal away a ballerina from the oppressive country she lives in. But will he be able to stay so graceful when ordered to kill or lose the person he cares about? In "Picture Scrolls of the March Burglar", Ryuuichi is visiting Japan! He sees the sights, does the whole tourist thing, and tries to steal a priceless Bodhisattva statue. Once he finds out the truth behind it, however, can he steal it without losing his life? And why is there blood on the floor?