Who takes the time these days to climb a tree in bare feet to rescue a child’s toy? To stop and observe the birds? To play in the puddles after a storm? To go down to the sea to put a shell back? The Walking Man does as he strolls at random through urban Japan – often silent, often alone – with his vivid dreams that let time stand still.
Source: Ponent Mon
A very particular manga calls for a particular review. I’m not going to use the usual “story”, “characters”, “art”, “overall” paragraphs I usually do, because for such a minimalist manga it would be pretty pointless. I’m just going to ramble on and describe it in simple terms. So, The Walking Man is a one-volume manga by award-winning mangaka... read more
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