Kouichi Mizuki has just graduated high school and is looking forward to the future, but after his last day at school, he finds himself summoned to Eustil, a world of titans! His summoner, Prince Caius, has brought him to the kingdom of Tildant to become his bride and fulfill a prophecy, but their considerable size difference makes Kouichi worry that he might not survive being penetrated by his huge new "husband". Caius agrees to send Kouichi home after a month if he is truly unhappy; yet as time goes by, Kouichi finds himself getting used to being a "dwarf" in a land of giants. And in spite of his protests, Caius's nightly ministrations on his body fill him with unimaginable pleasure...
The story seems very promising but the relationship growth isn't there in the beginning as much as I wish it was. It was more like we saw only the peak of the iceberg but it left a lot below the water that we needed to see. I do think as the story goes on there will be more growth to their relationship and become more promising.
It moves incredibly quick in the beginning with a typical, and a bit lazy (imo), isekai explanation. The characters aren't very complex; Kouichi just wants to go home at first, but quickly develops a pseudo stockholm syndrome without the depth/severity one might expect from more "serious" stories. Caius just cares about Kouichi and wants him to become his 'bride' and despite keeping Kouichi against his will (at first) the author kind of just smooths over the kidnapping. There's the usual tropes of 'past lover enters the story and complicates things', etc. There is a bit of worldbuilding (appearances of other races, civilizations, etc.), but nothing that goes into great depth unless it directly relates to the story of the relationship between the protagonists. All in all, I'm not terribly impressed by the narrative. The art however, is well done. ALMOST bara-like, but not quite. The protagonists are both hyper-masculinized in their bodies. This would be a good read if only for visuals and especially if you enjoy size-difference.
NO SPOILER - Honestly, manga is much better than the "anime". More story, more explanation and more interesting plot. It's worth noting the way the characters are drawn, I mean anatomically. Very good indeed. Then why am I giving such a low rating? Because I don't like this kind of "hentai," and I read it because I know a lot of other people have read it. I was interested in what was going on, but I can't say I'm particularly fond of the human-titan relationship as depicted here. Anyway, everyone "likes" something different, and for those looking for this "kind" of manga, it certainly wasn't a disappointment.
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