Taiyo Asano is a super shy high school student and the only person he can talk to is his childhood friend, Mutsumi Yozakura. It turns out that Mutsumi is the daughter of the ultimate spy family! Even worse, Mutsumi is being harassed by her overprotective, nightmare of a brother, Kyoichiro. What drastic steps will Taiyo have to take to save Mutsumi?! A spy family comedy - the mission begins!
Source: MANGA Plus
(20 chapters in) Read it if you want something light hearted to destress. Each chapter beyond the first feels short and lacks content, so overall the series is a quick read. (Took me half an hour to read twenty). This is less of a romance manga than a battle manga, the interactions between the ML and the FL are few and far between. The story follows a villain of the week format, with no visible overall story. Personally, I don't like these kinds of stories but the dialogue is light hearted and the actions they make are slapstick comedy. Most of the humor comes from the insane world the MC lives in, but once that settles, there's not much substance in the story which is why I dropped it. The MC always wins as well, even when he should by all rights be dead, with no explanation given other than him being determined. The artstyle is nice, I personally liked it so it gets a high score from me. The MC undergos a very sudden personality change in the first four chapters, so if you don't like the initial MC keep reading. I dislike the interactions between MC's romance lead and MC since it seems odd or fabricated. This is probably due to the romance being incredibly rushed and used as a plot coupon in the future battles. The characters presented seem diverse, but they seem incredibly 2 dimensional, they have no nuance or depth to them and each character can be described in two to three words. The latest chapter has a carbon copy of a personality which is highly annoying. I'm dropping it for now until I get in the mood to read it again.
This whole manga premise of a secretly dangerous crimimal organisation having a beautiful attractive daughter with an overprotective, violent and dangerous family watching over and scaring male characters and the main characters to death with only getting married at a young age as a solution to save the main character's life all sounds like I was reading My Bride is a Mermaid but with 007 spy stuff. I'm at chapter one, though. Still too early to complain about it. Who knows, Maybe I'll actually like it after a couple of chapters, right?
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