I picked this up today, and blew through it in no time. It's quite good. Lots of interesting characters. Seemed kinda short, even though it's 176 pages. It's slightly bigger than a regular paperback, though I expected it to be the size of a Trade Paperback.

--FeldmanSkitzoid 18:58, 23 Mar 2005 (EST)

Referenced as "manga"

In the most pure and easy sense, a manga is a series of panelled images illustrated and written by a Japanese illustrator and author and distributed with the Japanese market in mind.

As this comic is written by someone who is not Japanese, illustrated by a Korean, and distributed for an American/European market, it would be a comic.

By some stretch of the imagination, you could classify it as a manwha, seeing as how it was illustrated by a Korean.

This is also applicable to the pages for volumes two, and three.

Edited, but leaving this here so people know why.

Gulanzon 11:34, 5 May 2007 (EDT)

Actually, manga is just Japanese for comic.
 ∙ Zurr  TalkContr 14:13, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

Removing Opinion

Since "some readers and thought the comic was poorly written" has no citation, is very opinionated, and appears to be one person's view, I'm removing it (at least for now). If anyone can find a review to back it up you're welcome to replace it. (KingGrocott 15:52, 14 May 2007 (EDT))

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