Most outcasts are ostracized because they look different, talk different, or live different. But not everyone. And not every previous outcast turns into a revenge machine. After seeing his friend suffer a horrific incident, the once outcast, Kang Haneul, decides to exact revenge with the help of an ability he never knew existed.
Sorry, as someone who has been working out for years, i can't stomach how cringy their workout was. There is no way in hell "sleeping 16 hours & working out twice a day" will do anything other than overburning the body. For the sake of simplicity, i'll picture it like this: that logic is the same as "plants grow after i water them, so i will water it twice as much so that it will grow twice as fast". No, your muscles will not grow twice as fast, the plant will die. --- Yes yes, i know that this is a fiction and most things in fictions are impossible irl, But this plot hole is just straight up lazy writting. Even science fiction & fantasy writers will always try their best to make an excuse about why something works, it can be that the character is "enhanced" or there is a recovery magic/ a magical medicine that makes it possible. Yes some explanations in some science fictions are bad, but at least they tried, this one didn't try it at all. The character in this one is just a normal human with special eyes & fighting ability, he is the same as us in every other aspects. So there is really no reason given about how that bs workout schedule will ever work. --- TL;DR Plot hole so stupendous, it molested my braincells by just existing
The story has a good premise, to begin with, and when the mc took out that building of thugs I admit I was interested but 20 chapters in and I'm bored as hell and the only thing keeping me going is the cliffhangers. I also hate the fact that the MC seems to be getting through these things by sheer luck(even though he had trained in between)
This manhwa is pretty awesome it has a great plot with good drawings, and like all Korean manhwa is a long thin strip. This is a favorite style for me, tournament, at least that's what it looks like. Spoilers from here on. ~SPOILERS~ Shioon, whom is the protagonist, a victim of consistent bullying, pushing him to the limits of his rationality and is on the verge of committing suicide, oh wait this is Hanul we're talking about and Ultimate Outcast which should have the alt title of Greatest Outcast[as most of the translations and translators use this title], instead of Breaker. Well they start off the same but instead of getting some miracle drug wait, that happens here too. Well he surely must not heal fast and progress in his fighting abilities fast, well no he does. It's slightly different and some circumstances are different but if feels like Breaker which isn't a horrible thing but a copy. Worth the read in any case.
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