World's End Harem - Reviews

Alt title: Shuumatsu no Harem

World's End Harem
HikenNoAsxce's avatar
May 11, 2020

If Hentai had more story and less "Action"

The story takes palce in the distaant future. After a virus kills all the Males on the Planet. The MC who was in cryo-sleep, is one of the 5 last Males left on the Planet. And everyone WANTS THAT D. The Manga does feture some of the Cutest Waifus, doesnt make the manga any good but with this sort of story Waifus are the real reason to read it. Lots of Boobies too.

Oddly for some reason the manga ditches the maine MC and his story for another One Volume 3 starts the story of another MC, kinda like an anthology.

Unfortunately this manga isnt worth reading, This would have been better as a Hentai Manga. This has the potential to be a great H-Manga. It has beautifully drawn waifus, a incesty sister plot, kinda.

When you write a story where women desperatly want to procreate with the MC (1st MC) and you refuse the MC to get laid, because he has someone he loves. It kinda feels like the audience is being cheated, at one point in the story the 1st MC is about to be Raped, because he refuses to impregante the women. At that point why even bother having the no sex for MC rule. Why simultaneously put so much emphasis on the Sex part and then Refuse to let the MC do it. Meanwhile, another of the 5 last living male, is constanting getting laid, and even kinda forces himself on a girl, Kinda feels rape-y

This sort of story telling works in a comedy manga with little ecchi plots, like Monster Musume. The writer wants a serious Mature story and but also wants to maintain the "Purity" of the MC.

Not recommened, if it gets better as the series progresses I will update this review, and change my recommedation.

6/10 story
8/10 art
5/10 characters
6/10 overall
suraimuo's avatar
May 8, 2021

i dont why so many hate but i think its realy good

9/10 story
8/10 art
9/10 characters
9/10 overall
TazzyTheTiger's avatar
Dec 27, 2020

I've read up to chapter 11 and this is so stupid. The main character is being incredibly selfish. There are only 5 men in the world, and he literally won't mate with anyone other than his missing gf. He's supposed to be a scientist but clearly he doesn't understand how extinction works. lmao imagine if the other 5 dudes did the same thing as he did, then in 100 years there would be like 5 living humans. They should gave made the other dudes the main characters, sure they are assholes, but they are better than this dumbass mc.

7/10 story
5/10 art
3/10 characters
4/10 overall
Powexistent's avatar
Sep 14, 2021


This is probably one of my biggest hatred for Japanese manga, they take grand concepts and ruined them with cliche boring as hell plot.

2/10 story
7/10 art
5/10 characters
3/10 overall
ChiefEugene's avatar
Jan 30, 2022

World's End Harem is one of those stories which initially comes off as incredibly crass and based on shallow humor, but as you read and are presented into a series of unfolding situations, you begin to view W.E.H in a completely different light. 

I had heard about the show coming out for the Winter 2022 season and didn't think much of it, figured it was a DxD clone with a similar premise, and boy was I wrong. I was introduced to the show formally by some buddies of mine over lunch at University, and finally delved into the show. After finding out there was a manga, you know exactly what I did.

Worlds End Harem goes by a common playbook I see in some Seinen manga. You take a cliche shounen genre, in this case harems, and then immediately pack it full of plot, mystery, and deep philosophical themes. You open up with a wildly far-fetched story plot, where every man except for a select 5 have died from a virus, (A few million or so have been saved by holding them in cryo) in which different character archetypes are then modeled.

The 3 big characters Reito, Kyouji, and Shouta are the 3 main models of males presented, and surprisingly enough I find there's a rather common motif of 3 throughout the manga. 

Reito represents the good-hearted man, who seeks to help those around him at the cost of himself.

Kyouji, without revealing too much information regarding his entire story represents a character who a male audience member can relate to in a comedic fashion, while also tapping into the instincts of fatherhood buried within most guys out there.

And finally Shouta, who is honestly the most complex character of them all is arguably an anti-hero. He isn't necessarily bad at the core, but situations begin to unravel his true character as the story progresses.

Aside from characters, this story has strong sci-fi themes which largely aren't grandiose in scope, as well as a strong theme in the value of life. (I have a very strong tendency to dissect meanings in relation to the meaing of life, purpose of life, etc... in japanese media. This includes AoT, Domestic Girlfriend, Elfen Lied, and various other shows/mangas that litter my current repertoire) 

Different characters and their interpersonal relationships, as well as factions and greater powers introduced later in the story present the reader with a front-seat perspective of watching a battle of ethics and ideals unfold. This ranges from countries, corrupt governments, and even as far fetched as cults derived from the chaos that's catalyzed by the MK virus in the story.

Honestly, if you dig deep and love to seek greater meanings behind shows, books, etcetera, you'll love this story, or at least appreciate it's unique method of conveying messages to the reader.

And if you're looking for a run-of-the-mill ecchi manga to read that appeals to even the lowest IQ degens, this story can also fit your fancy.

I guess that's it for my review, I've got a post-legday hotpocket and bodyarmor to finish up now.

9/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
10/10 overall
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