Never had a read that made me think that I was actually there in person feeling their motions and their displays of faults, happiness and suffering.
Also, to think this is also the person who created the greatest samurai manga "Vagabond" I know he doesn't disappoint and isn't afraid to go beyond what other manga artists can do.
Art is very awesome and the characters, they feel really REALISTIC. That's all, realistic characters always get to me because they feel more REAL.
Anyways, from what my thread title suggests, this is a great read. And it's hard for me to stop reading it as well, yet again he doesn't disappoint.
(Though this manga was out for a while, I still feel I need to make a thread in order to recognize how great this manga is)