I kept finding myself wanting something a little more profound from this book, considering the involvement of the greatest museum in the world. I understand that there's more to the works of Hirohiko Araki than is immediately obvious from this book, and that Rohan is a recurring character who Araki has explored in other graphic novels. The fact that the Louvre is placing its name and reputation behind this book implies that they feel that there is real artistic value in the work. But Rohan at the Louvre just didn't feel as deep or as interesting as its pedigree implies it should be. Read Full Review
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