Dick Saucer is a famous pop star and dragon slayer who is admired by many girls throughout the land. Among his biggest fans is Mink, a typical teenager - if it weren't for the fact that she is half human and half dragon! In order to win the heart of her idol (and avoid being killed by him), Mink sets off in search of the legendary 'Pido Potion', which would be able to turn her into a full human. But the going isn't easy thanks to her many enemies, including Princess Vina, who is both president of the Dick Saucer fan club, and Mink's rival for the man's affections.
There's a lot that can be said to be wrong about this manga. The story and characters are incredibly shallow, the art isn't great, and there's too much fanservice. I could go and break down those things in detail, sure, but that wouldn't really be a fair assessment because this is a comedy first and everything else a distant second. This manga parodies not only its genre, but itself in a rather self-aware way, and much of what's "wrong" with it can be chocked up to the entire world running on the "rule of funny" trope. As such, the only real question worth asking is whether it's funny. So is it? Yes. Sure, humor's subjective, some of the running jokes are overdone, and even a fair number of the one-off jokes fall flat for one reason or another, but in the end, I still ended up quite amused and often laughing, and that is the goal of comedy afterall. If a parody of the fantasy genre sounds at all appealing, give it a try.
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