I've noticed that only one person has completed a review on this manga and hasn't even completed it, so I decided to give my review on this manga to help provide another perspective on the story.
In all honesty, this is your standard assassin manga. The story centers about a man named Tsubame who can transform into multiple individuals with their own personalities.
The story is has to be the worst part of this manga. The story starts off with Tsubame completing a job and introduces you to the various characters. Later, Tsubame gets caught up in some conflict which progresses the story.
redeeming thing for the story is the gimmick it is based upon, of which would be the premise of an assassin that can transform into different people. The story then develops around this gimmick, but much of the story feels bland and generic.
The manga is just your typical shounen manga with a badass main character and some powers. The manga shouldn't even be related around assassins due to the fact that most of the scenes and fights that occur within this manga would be similar to your standard summer action film. Assassins should be assassins, not super soldiers that can dodge 50+ bullets. If I were an assassin, I wouldn't go and fight 50+ people at once, just saying.
I have to say that I liked the art! The art was consistent and sometimes it was used adequately to develop a certain mood and atmosphere. The character designs within the manga are somewhat unique and interesting.
The only problem I have with the art is that it doesn't give the manga an assassin-y vibe. The manga's art makes this into some summer action flick.
I have to say, the characters within this story had their fair share of some sort of characterization. The main character and his many forms have interesting backstories that can intrigue the reader.
There is also a decent amount of variety between the characters, mainly Tsubame's forms. You have a chill badass, the other badass, chick that likes shooting people, a kid with a sniper rifle that any COD fanboy would dream of becoming, your typical shounen anime protagonist, and etc.
A problem I noticed with the characters is that some seemed lackluster and just thrown into the story with no care. These characters add almost nothing to the story and are just there to be there.
I honestly enjoyed this manga. The manga takes a spin on the assassin story and takes you for an enjoyable ride. The ride may have been bumpy at times, but it was still fun nevertheless.
This manga wasn't bad, and it was somewhat good. It had its ups and downs, but as a roller coaster some enjoy it and some hate it. Even though I hate roller coasters, this is one that I somewhat enjoyed.