- i read this after i had watched the anime, though there is a big time gap in between, so this was a nice return to the story. the big difference "which i liked" is that the manga *and anime* are both based off of a visual novel, and in a visual novel you can go whichever path you want too. in the anime it tries to cover all the paths *which i dis-liked; it seemed scatter-brained* but with the manga it only focuses on one arc instead of jumping around time in a bunch of *what-if* scenarios...so i suppose that is disappointing if it wasn't your favorite arc "but i assume it is most yosuga no sora fans favorite arc" .... "i also noticed the end was a bit different, but pretty similar, i don't really know which i liked better; probably the manga... maybe?... idk >.>"
the art was well done "though i had a hard time depicting the flash backs because the younger versions of the characters don't look much different from the current " ... i enjoyed the few colored pages ^.^
characters all in-tact and well placed *the creator was clever enough to find a way to integrate all the characters into just one arc without changing up the story very much at all*
in-short i thought the manga was great, rivaling the awesome anime, and i think it is most definitively worth your time. even if you have already seen the anime, the manga is fresh enough that it will still entertain you "though, like i did, i would suggest a time-gap so you don't get bored with the same story twice; could hinder your opinion"