How I Found It in July - Reviews

How I Found It in July
Lupa's avatar
Mar 23, 2020

Surprisingly creative and original. It is clear that the author spent a lot of planning this out. While there are plenty of manga about people being stuck in a book, those usually focus on making the MCs empowered to change things. This story does the opposite. The characters are very strong and determined, but they are desperately, and often futilely, trying to have any sort of free will and impact on he story line that the can. The synopsis makes the manhwa seem like it will be silly and lighthearted, but it is actually pretty serious and even depressing at times. That being said, if you don't mind that kind of mood, then I would highly recommend this manhwa.

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
9/10 overall
RenxHinaya's avatar
Mar 17, 2019


The fact that when you figure out you are an extra in a comic, and literally are not even useful, what will you do? 

The plot is different. Where you have a comic inside another and the characters wanna break free of the story line? Cool 

The artwork is so pretty, it feels nice reading it. The plot has a good number of characters, not too much to make it feel real, but less enough to make you feel like - my world consists of only so and so people.

Which is nice for a world within a comic.

And they have their moments too! As side characters, since she can't do much when the main characters in the comic they are in have a scene, she ia free. And that is her only time she has to change whatever she can to alter her story board.

Warning- Good looking men!

10/10 story
10/10 art
9/10 characters
10/10 overall
jas05anton's avatar
May 26, 2020

There's actually a Korean series called 'extrodinary you' and this series is probably based on this manga. The art is good. The story is creative overall fine, the characters are pretty annoying (somehow I  found Ha-ru exceptional) but so far ok. Well here is the story: A sideline chracter with a heart diseas and who has a one-sided crush for the last 10 years with her classmates (childhood sweethearts) found out that she's inside a manhwa and she's not the main character (she's not the only one, there's two other guy in the beginning who relizes they're in a manhwa and she doesn't wanna marry her fiance, the one-sided crush that's basically not her crush anymore). She plans on being the main character and change her fate (cus she doesn't want to be a sick character who ends up dying) and meets a guy, Ha-ru who can change her fate. He's a mysterious guy who doesn't talk and does't have a name, basically his existence doesn't reall exist. They will change her fate together and the drama begins. SO YEAH, there it is :)

8/10 story
8/10 art
6/10 characters
7.5/10 overall
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lunarity's avatar
Dec 1, 2019

Sometimes, I have a little trouble following the story with the skips itself, but the general premise is interesting and unique. The FL has her own agency and is rebelling against her creator-determined story line. It's a little similar to isekais, except the story itself is forcing itself to unfold as planned no matter the self aware characters' actions. The characters are interesting, and the art works well with the story. 

7/10 story
8/10 art
7/10 characters
7/10 overall
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Sandilands65's avatar
Feb 11, 2020

It hurts so bad. It will you invested in it and hang out to dry.

7/10 story
6/10 art
9/10 characters
8/10 overall
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