I'd read the second and third Okko miniseries when they were published by Archaia in the 00's, but never saw the first volume, The Cycle Of Water until recently, and was happy to get the chance to read it.
Okko is a French comic set in an imagined Medieval Japan, where magic, spirits, demons, and combat puppet suits are common. Okko the character is a ronin and demon-hunter for hire. He travels with a large, demon-masked man and a drunken monk. At the beginning of this series, they are hired by the younger brother of a geisha who has been abducted by strange people, in exchange for his service.
Their journey to rescue the young woman is fraught with danger, and when they find the floating fortress to which she has been taken, they discover some very disturbing things.
Hub's art is fantastically detailed and impressive. The smaller scale of the North American comics page does not fully do it justice, as it feels a little cramped and hard to read at times. Still, this is a very good read, and now I need to try to track down the fourth volume, The Cycle of Fire.