Kanata is a girl so gifted with magic that people swear up and down she’s the second coming of a saint. But when it comes time for her to choose a job, she settles on...Monster Taming? In truth, Kanata is the reincarnation of a friendless woman from the modern world. To make up for lost time, she sets off on a quest to gather as many fluffy creatures as she can get her hands on!
Source: Yen Press
This is a slice-of-life isekai with OP protagonist. As such, you won't see a very complicated plot, or the protagonist facing many difficulties. Because the purpose of the manga is comedy and feel-good elements, not development. MC is already strong and doesn't need to grow or face challenges. Also, this is an Isekai focused on comedy, So if you want to take the story or the characters seriously, this is not the manga for youIt's easy for this kind of manga to get boring. When things get resolved too quickly, when the character's cheat is too forced (Someone who specializes in healing, soloing boss out of nowhere), when the comedy doesn't hit right, etc etc But for me, this manga saved itself from those problems.Do fights end quickly? So far yes. But the comedy timing inserted at these times is decent, so it's not just "empty" and disappointing. The scenes outside the fights are also entertaining and the characters (even if they are there just to show how strong the MC is), are still funny.The MC is a good character, a little clueless, but amusing. Her interaction with the monster she tamed is great, as is the monster's personality which is a nice contrast between clueless and serious. If you compare this title with others, I believe it loses in development, like in Tensei shittara slime datta ken (That time i was reincarnated as a slime), where Rimuru builds the village, or Kami-tachi ni Hirowareta Otoko(By the grace of gods) when Ryouma starts using slimes in different and interesting ways. But to be fair think a better comparison would be with " I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense". A comedy-focused manga with a clueless but extremely op protagonist who just wants to do random things.The protagonist does what she wants. Her goal may be silly and for comedy purposes, but she sticks with it. She doesn't go around doing everyone a favor just because they asked and then suddenly forgets her original goal of being happy. She is not a pushover. And if you like the isekai/slice-of-life genre then you know this is rare in Japanese protagonists. Usually, we get pushovers or an anti-hero attempt. So if you like slice-of-life focused on comedy you will probably like this, even if you don't love it.
It is cute but the story building was poor & the narrative exposition was inserted as off-hand remarks. Kanata was an interesting character but her failure to explain things in detail started to annoy me as did her attitude. The story feels heavily rushed and I don't care to much on finishing it either. It feels like a "meh" manga to me especially since it treats its side characters as ways just to show how great Kanata is. My rating may change after more chapters come out but for now, it's a 5.
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