The Walking Man by Jiro Taniguchi. $30, 232 pages, hardcover. Published by Fanfare-Pontent Mon.
One of the greatest graphic novels of all time, in my opinion. The book is what the title says: stories of a man walking, mostly in silence. Taniguchi somehow doesn't stray much from this premise, but breathes so much more into his pages...but what exactly is here depends on the specific reader. Taniguchi feels like the most Herge inspired Manga artist to me, but this particularly volume is his singular masterpiece. If you haven't read it yet, you're in for a treat.