Kashiwagi Yuuya, a college student, was summoned to a different world as a hero.He’s had his fair share of hardships, but with the help of his faithful comrades, he defeated the Demon King and the Evil God and now returns to modern Japan. And then, everything that happened back there was supposed to become just a distant memory... But he's still the invincible hero he was on the other side, with all his spells and items?!
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Really funny and lighthearted, and for sure worth the read. The characters were all unique and hilarious, and the MC trying to adjust back to our world is pretty funny too. It's too bad this is so short, but it had a good ending and honestly I couldn't see it going past that. The author did a good job ending it where it was. 8/10 would read again
It is quite good. It can become boring after some chapters as it is repetitive. I personally did not like this one as the hero is the generic (cringy) one. He returned from the isekai world and he wants to go back because his friends are facing some problems. WTH, Why will you even want to do that? You came back after such a long time to your family and now you want to go back. Before this part, it was quite good. But after this happened I dropped it as I was no longer able to take the MC's attitude and thinking. This is my personal opinion which may be different from yours.
It does a pretty decent job telling the story of a nice guy who's retained feir magical abilities after returning to Earth from an isekai trip. Summoning magic even allows fem to summon familiars from the fantasy world, which is primarily important because it allows the harem of girls fe had developed in that world to still be within feir harem because of a technicality with how summonings work. Harem harem harem--that's the primary hook of the story. It is definitely a bit annoying how inept at romancing Yuuya is. Or I guess I should say, how Yuuya doesn't even attempt any romancing, despite being surrounded by girls who show interest in fem. I also found the way Akane's jealousy was portrayed to be grating, and the idea of tens of girls fawning over this guy is inherently pretty silly, but those things are kinda to be expected within harem manga. I don't know exactly what I hope to see from this series, but it's been pretty alright so far, so I guess I'm just along for the ride at this point. I appreciate how the series shows fem using feir magic and boosted strength as a way to cheer people up and subtly help them in addition to being a way to subdue threats; it's not just about showing off superiority in violence (as some other series sometimes seem to be). [Reviewed at chapter 11]
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