I want to start by saying that I have never really read manga, but my daughter does, and she loves this coloring book.
I love the art in this, I have always thought manga was cute, and I love how the characters large, affectionate eyes.
This is like a lot of other coloring books I have. It has a removable dust cover giving it a more "elegant" and "pricey" look to it. This has pictures printed on both sides of the pages, so I don't recommend it for markers, but I also haven't tried them either. My prismacolor pencils work really well on this.
This would be sure to be liked by anyone who likes manga and also likes to color.
About The Author:
Camilla d'Errico is an Italian-Canadian comic illustrator and Fine Arts painter. Her illustration and publication clients include Dark Horse Comics, Image Comics, Slave Labor Graphics, BOOM! Studios, Simon and Schuster and more. Camilla's comic illustration projects range from her personal passion project Tanpopo to collaborative projects with Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison. Find her titles Burn, Sky Pirates of Neo Terra, Tanpopo, and The Art Of Camilla d'Errico vols 1 & 2 on Amazon or in your local book store.
I received a copy of this book from Blogging For Books in exchange for an honest review.