Misumi Makoto was just a normal high-school student... until the day he was summoned to another world because of an agreement his parents had made with a goddess. Except when he meets the only goddess in the world he's sent to, she insults him by calling him "extremely unattractive" and makes an arbitrary decision to banish him to a deserted wilderness. Makoto searches the desolate land to find other humans, but for some reason only finds creatures that are all nonhuman. Even the two pretty women who decide to follow him on his journey used to be a dragon and a giant spider. Along with two extremely eccentric characters (but really reliable in battles), so begins Makoto's unlucky adventure in the new world! A fantasy about a teenage boy who keeps getting hit by one problem after another!
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In a perfect textbook example of “I came looking for copper but I found gold” this is a diamond in the rough. You go into it expecting isekai, cheats, an OP main character, harem, etc. Well, you get all that. But then you get MORE. You get storyline and plot you weren’t expecting, you get xenophobic racism and confusion, you get amazing things that I want to rant about excitedly but I CAN’T because it would be SPOILERS if I did! The further you get through Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu, the more and more you understand why it’s still ongoing and getting more books- it’s actually good. Every character has their own personality, the art is good in an average way (it isn’t anything pioneering or original art-style wise, but it’s good in the way that it fits in with other great mangas) and every species has their own style and I love it. Please give this a chance, 10/10 I’d recommend it to anyone who likes isekai. The first book didn’t seem like it would amount to much other than classic isekai and comedy but geez… did it escalate or what?! Read it, friend. Read it.
This is actually a pretty good manga. I'd even venture to say that this is one of the best isekai manga I've read. There's barely anything wrong with it at all. The plot is good and consistent. The pacing is just perfect and because it comes out every month you can feel that the author is trying their best to produce it. The MC is op but it doesn't feel too overbearing and that's because his character is so well written. I'm usually not a fan of companions in these stories but this manga made me change my views. They aren't just there to fill in a random spot, they are perfect addition to the party and each of them bring something unique. There is no cliche like tsundere, yandere or annoying characters. They all act like adults. Each of them has a good character development phase and you can just see them growing with the story. I found the mc annoying at times because he was too passive but he slowly started to stand up on his own. Although i'm not so much a fan of this I like that the author takes the time to explore other characters that are not inside the MC's party. It helps understand the world without having an exposition dump of some sort. You can feel that this is an experienced author and they know the principles of a good story.
Your typical isekai manga with the small twist that the goddess kinda screws him, still, he gets an awesome power from other god, is OP from the get-go and the curse of the goddess is soon circumvented. I like it how it started with him gaining non-human followers but soon it got to go into him dealing with humans and all I can say is it's becoming more and more generic, I would have preferred him as a hero of the non-humans or even neutral and not enemy of the demons but I don't think that's where the story is going. It's been a decent read but I recommend readers to not expect anything neither new nor particularly good about it.As for the chars, the MC is not bad but a bit boring and he gets pulled into lots of situations thanks to Tomoe and Mio, which are by the way interesting chars, specially Tomoe, she looks dumb but isn't. The other heroes are kinda interesting too thou their story and chars have only barely been presented so far.In short, it's too soon to tell, so far it's been a decent read and I can see it well as easily as I can imagine it going badly.Edit (ch 75):After some interesting parts about the other heroes and a war, the story has gone into a long strech of mostly slice-of-life chapters, there are eventually some relevant content but if the author keeps this much longer this will get boring fast, he seems to be taking his time to create some connections among many of the characters, which is welcome but he's taking it a bit to far imo with stuff like Mio learning cooking and such. As a whole it's a mildly interesting story kept somewhat engaging mostly by Tomoe and the big amount of relevant cast, the MC is still somewhat bland thou.
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