From the mind that brought you "I'll" comes a story set in a unique world of samurai and man-slayers reminiscent of the Japan of old. One man wanders the land with a deep past, a deep secret, and a "merciful" right hand...
This manga is comprised of two distinct stories, with the first being only slightly intricate and the most interesting (though still not particularly noteworthy). It presents itself in an episodic manner, with the second story appearing as though the author had written it as a pitch for a longer series with a more developed universe. Unfortunately, this universe is not particularly compelling, and at times feels like a copy of Rurouni Kenshin. The art is average, serving its purpose without standing out in any particular way. The characters, while the author attempts to imbue them with an air of mystery, are ultimately uninteresting and forgettable. In summary, I would not recommend this manga to anyone, as it lacks any truly compelling elements.
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