Wending his way home after a bender one evening, master moocher and game programmer Keita Ibuki decides to satisfy a craving for ramen at a noodle stand. Instead of slurping soup, though, he surrenders his meal to a manic girl who, unbeknownst to Keita, is a Mototsumitama, a guardian of the coexistence equilibrium. When his new acquaintance is attacked, Keita gets caught in the crossfire and loses an arm. Awakening from the shock, Keita finds himself back in his apartment, arm intact! But just whose arm is it?!
Source: Yen Press
Though a somewhat a-typical story of boy meets super-powered-type-girl and said boy's life is forever changed story, Kuro Kami (Black God) does offer some interesting mechanics, such as the doppleliner effect which most of the premise of the story revolves around, and characters. Overall a decent read with good art, it will make a good addition to your lineup and can either be a go-to filler for those seemingly eternal waits between your major favorite titles or a solid stand-alone series.
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