At the end of chapter 4, Sakamoto has some ambiguous dialogue:

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Is he implying by this that he is not human? Or is he just stating that he finds other humans interesting?

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    He does have an inhumanly amount of swagger
    – кяαzєя
    Jun 6, 2013 at 19:26
  • I remember the similar thing by Izaya in "Durarara". It just shows how cool and outstanding the character is.
    – NARKOZ
    Jun 9, 2013 at 9:34

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To me, it's like he is trying to look at human behavior from a 3rd party point of view.

We won't really know until the mangaka makes it obvious later in the story.

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