I'm not too sure what to read next yet. I think I'll go with Wish since I've already seen the characters in Kobato, then maybe the Kobato manga, and afterwards... I'll probably ask you for advice
I'm very interested in XXXholic and Tsubasa, but they seem like one requires extensive knowledge of CLAMP works to be able to enjoy them to their fullest.
I'm currently playing the Ico/Shadow of the colossus. I usually boycott HD port, but I had to make an exception for two of the best games of all time.
Glad you're still watching Saint Seiya. I assume you loved the Sanctuary arc?
It might not be a bad idea to marathon the Hunter x Hunter manga instead of the anime. It'll be faster this way. I haven't watched the first ep of the new anime, nor am I planning too, but it looks they're going for a more childish tone as the rumors said, which is a huge shame.
& You didn't even comment on Mikan! I don't recognize you anymore! Well, that's okay, I'll keep her for myself
It sucks big time that the manga is incomplete. It looks like it's not really CLAMP's fault though, so I can't really complain. I just hope they'll be able to complete it someday. Anyway, movie's next, then the manga, then Tokyo Babylon manga, and afterwards... not sure. It should probably keep me busy for a while anyway, especially with all the upcoming video game releases.
Considering how much I hate Blood-C, which most Clamp fans seem to love, I was afraid I wouldn't like X either, but this is on an entirely different level. I can hardly believe the same people are behind both.
I just assumed that Naoto was one of those androgynous-looking characters where the gender was immediately obvious in context but not visually and I had guessed wrong. I didn't realize gender was intentionally hidden to surprise. I guess the cat's out of the bag now.
I think it's guaranteed an anime given the sales number (would have to dig up some info to back this claim but shall do that another time), just right now the material is too little (I mean many chapters only have 14 pages).
Even with 6 volumes, there are too much left unexplored at the moment. The story is pretty simple when you think about it, but the amount of character depth conveyed for the whole cast is pretty stellar because of the dialogues (like you mentioned) and she can draw the faces so well.