3.482 out of 5 from 37 votes
If you are a fan of either Earthian or 9th Sleep, you will most likely enjoy the other story. Both concern themselves with supernatural beings (gods in Sleep's case, angels in Earthian) who are separate from normal humans, and yet have one main character who takes an exceptional benevolent interest in human welfare. Both stories also feature odds that character must overcome to act on this interest.
Both stories give the same feeling, and create the same atmosphere. There is an air almost of detachment and some disdain, about how the supernaturals view humans, in general.
9th Sleep tells it's story in one volume, whereas Earthian spreads it out over four volumes. If you liked one of these stories, I do recommend you check out the other.