King Grey has unrivaled strength, wealth, and prestige in a world governed by martial ability. However, solitude lingers closely behind those with great power. Beneath the glamorous exterior of a powerful king lurks the shell of man, devoid of purpose and will. Reincarnated into a new world filled with magic and monsters, the king has a second chance to relive his life. Correcting the mistakes of his past will not be his only challenge, however. Underneath the peace and prosperity of the new world is an undercurrent threatening to destroy everything he has worked for, questioning his role and reason for being born again.
This is one of the best isekai I ever read. The story is about the king, who die and REBORN in the another world as a baby. That's one of the reason i want to recomend this manga. You can see our character grew, this story is funny and sad, you will laught and cry. I highly resomending this manga. - Sorry for bad english.
This manga is one of my favorite in the rebirth genre. King Grey is reborn into the body of an infant in a new world, and given the name Art. He's able to use his knowledge about ki from his previous world to understand mana in this world. And he's able to use his combat experience from his past life to eventually excel in martial arts. As is common in this genre, Art is seen as a prodigy with never-before-seen talent and early growth. People marvel at him. He encounters several young and semi-young girls during his adventures, some of whom may be crushing on him a bit: Tessia and Lilia are the most obvious ones, though I did get a bit of a vibe from Jasmine (but maybe that's just cause I like the strong, silent, ninja type). There's also several mentors and people who've helped train him as he grows up: his father Rey, Sylvia, Virion, and perhaps Cynthia. I say "as he grows up," but at the point of writing he's still a few years away from even hitting puberty. I really appreciate Art as a character and though the manga follows some classic plotlines (meeting a Yoda, saving a princess, etc.), it does so in engaging and compelling ways. As for negative things about the manga...The art isn't the best. Art's family loves him heartily, but at times it can come across as a bit too gooey. There is homophobia in chapter 33. [Reviewed at chapter 40]
I love this manga! Even the novel is so good. It was so good that sometimes I forgot to breathe when it comes to the action scenes. The puppy love romance in the novel makes me smile so wide and go "kyaa kyaa" too. Truly, this is the best isekai I've read. Not one of the best but "the best". I stumbled into this manga as I've been searching for the manga of The Trash of the Count's Family and I've noticed that it has a somewhat similar illustration of my favorite novel TTofCF but the story of these two are so different. I still read it though and boy was I so glad that I read it! This is definitely one of the mangas that I totally want to sponsor/donate!
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