Sakai is also a master of characterisation; a superb cartoonist, he captures the personalities of the characters so well through his art that the script is almost unnecessary. He slips up once, in #84 as the titular samurai warrior is introduced into the storyline, prompting some clumsy Claremontesque expository dialogue and unexpressive visuals. But thats only a couple of pages of clunkiness in two full issues of top-notch comics storytelling, and thats not a bad result at all. Read Full Review
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