I never got into the No. 6 anime because of the pacing, but reading the first volume of the manga was fun.
What surprised me is this author’s note. Anything that’s resurrected after 10 years gets my attention and now it finally has.
From the artbook, Art of Blade of the Immortal.
I love the fact that this artbook also has awesome black & white artwork too, plus some pieces colored in by other artists. Differences like this from the Japanese release are always good.
I do think the translation for PoT sounds very solemn in the official release. So much so that I wondered what they’d do about this guy. In my head, he sounds ridiculously pompous.
I finally got what I expected to see with this page.
This series is as fun as I remembered it was. The character interaction is just hilarious gold.
From the back covers of Chika Shiomi’s Night of the Beasts.
I liked this more than Canon for sure.
I honestly don’t know how you can spook shamans of their caliber but okay.
I get bummed for Sakura at times because she really gets noticeable when Naruto and Sasuke are involved.
Even at this point when it’s supposed to be cool for her to be featured, I’m like, “why only now?”
Giant Killing stickers from the first edition books.
From volumes: 27, 28, 29, 30
Part 1: Volume 31 and 32.
Lol. Seeing Staz’s manga collection be integral to the plot was my favorite part in this volume.
Asumi no Sakura/Asumi’s Cherry Tree.
My favorite side story in Twin Spica
Brutal Simplicity Theme