While out to get his sister’s favorite snack, Baekhyeon finds himself and the people around him suddenly shrinking... to the size of ants! Now, everything from cats to robotic vacuums pose a threat to human survival. Within this chaos, everyone is given a gift -- a unique superpower and interface that lets them see data about themselves. Though it’s become a dark and desperate world, Baekhyeon must put his ability and wits to the test to make it out alive and save his sister.
The only reason I'm writing this review is so you ignore CapitaineOtaku. From what I've read in his review he states that the "Mc isn't very smart" which is completely false. If you have read more than 75% of the manhwa then you would understand why this is true. Overall the manga gives an array of character personalities, like the people who only want to survive and would do anything, the cultists/crazy people, the intelligent people using their "abilities" to the max and also the people who only care for there famiyl and would do anything.This manga is not average, it is way above average. The concept of this story is very interestign when the story unfolds and you find out the truth of the manga and what this "3cm Hunter" world is truly about.So far the story has been very intriguing and there is a lot of potentional as within the first 32 chapters only 1 page has passed which leaves a lot of space for improvement and development. If the author were to continue with the way the manhwa is going then this could become interesting. <SLIGHT SPOILER ALERT> If you enjoy Omnicient Readers Viewpoint chances are you will enjoy this as it has a similar point system (introduced after page 1/32 chapters) and they also have "Abilities" so if you enjoy ORV check this out.
Leaving this review after reading the entire season 1 on WebToon. What I like microHunter is a type of survival based manwha where everyone becomes tiny and has superpowers. I find that the abilities that everyone has are interesting. I kinda want to read more and see what type of abilties all the character obtain. I like the artwork. It's clean and the characters are well-drawn. What I'm not a fan of To be honest, I'm reading this manwha after reading another manwha called Omniscent Reader's Viewpoint. In all honesty, I find that manwha superior in everyway compared to this manwha, so my review be a bit influenced. If you enjoy reading microHunter, there's a 95% chance that you'll like Omniscent Reader's Viewpoint even more. Along with that, I feel like the main character has the type of mentality to blame himself a LOT when others dies because he couldn't save them. I honestly find this kind of annoying when it happens over and over. First of all, helping everyone should not a be a type of obligation, but instead an act of courtesy and if the main character tries his best, but still can't with his current abilities then that's that. Along with that, some of the side characters make questionable situations time to time and I feel like there should be more character building for both the main and side characters. Anyways, I'm still reading this manwha because I find survival based stories like these quite interesting. If you're into survival based stories with decent powers, can overlook it's flaws, and have some spare time, I recommend giving microHunter a try.
I don't find it that good frankly. The idea is interesting enough but it's just a mess in the end. It's just a series of near death instance one after another to keep you hooked but no substance. As if external hazards weren't enough you have to add people acting stupid because of the situation. The mc is a bit annoying and not that bright either. So there's that.
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