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What are some good "directionless adult" characters in manga, apart from the Ressentiment guy and Kaiji?
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Punpun and most other Asano. Jiro Matsumoto is another good author.

But what does it mean to be directionless? A person can be perfectly directionless and be utterly content with that. That doesn't seem to be your ideal here though. Perhaps you mean to say lost or wandering?

There's quite a few good gekiga works as well. Munou no Hito by Tsuge, and some of Yoshihiro Tatsumi's.
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Dog from fruit basket.
Kisuke from bleach
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Sato from NHK, duh.
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>>100800058
Just read Boys on the run.



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