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The Eminence in Shadow

Mar 20, 2022

Eminence In Shadow[Review]

By Daisuke Aizawa


This story at first glance seems to be your typical fantasy read. However, there is much more to it that meets the eye. The story is intriguing, with the general "MC Wants To Hide Their Power" being remade to a new tier/level of storytelling. It exhibits its indivisuality and uniqueness through its art and characters.

The story is based around the MC's group, "Shadow Garden", which is sort of a vigilante group seeking to protect peace. The series has a fair share of action and comedy-the comedy part is that people think the MC is a mastermind genius;while in fact he does things randomly at times and has no particular reason for it. 

The MC's "Overpowered Factor" is his advanced magic and skills in combat, which he intends to use to preserve peace and order. 


The art compliements the themes of the story to an amazing extent and the work meticulously explores detail in every panel you see. Truly fascinating.


The MC is a comedic and pyschopathic person at the same time, which shows a very intersting combination that has never been seen before. 


This series is certainly worth every second of your time and is an excellent masterpiece. The story, art and characters all heavily compliment one another and advances the story to a whole new level that I have never seen before. Excellent storytelling in every panel.

If you came to read this because of its more "steamy" scenes, or the characters in the cover page, you will be glad to know that many of the female characters in the series usually wear tights, or clothing that compliments their *features*. If you are a "thigh" person you will probaly enjoy this read.

Alright, thanks for reading my review.

9/10 story
7/10 art
9/10 characters
8/10 overall

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