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I enjoy the basis of this story, which is extremely similar to Solo Leveling. Art is really good, plot is intense and will make you cynical, and the main character is someone you can truly enjoy. Taking the side of an "antagonist" this story isn't really lacking in any way, and unlike typical things spun off from Solo Leveling the main character isn't an overall beast and there's continual development to them.
That's pretty much Solo Leveling. They both got another chance, it's also like a game and there are dungeons. Although, in Solo Leveling Sung Jin-Woo was the only "player", in Kill the Hero, there are more people known as "players".They have similar powers, but at the start he is not that strong as other people (he is not "the weakest among the weakest" like Sung Jin-Woo, but you get the point). Of course, it's not entirely the same and the change in powers happens a lot quicker than in Solo Leveling. I'm not saying that it is another version of Solo Leveling, but has a really similar vibe to it. The goals, that the main characters want to achive are completely different. I have only read 7 chapters, so I don't know what it'll be like in the future, but as for now, that's exactly how I feel.
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