[This is my first review so bare that in mind if there isn't much here.]
[There are spoilers ahead after the spolers tag.]
Honestly, really good art and the characters were amazing. The story also provided a lot of intrigue and made me want to keep reading. It was eye pleasing to look at the art and I loved reading it along the way. However I have to say I've been looking through social networks for the ending and found a lot of theories, but a lot of people are disapointed as it was confusing and there wasn't really a full explination on the end. [Spoilers from now on]. In this story an enemey of... See full review
Ah yes, back again with another Reaper Scans manhua. In another VRMMO setting, this story truly hits home to what most of us would do if we entered a new world; not save everybody we meet but rather plunder the world and become overgeared while gaining countless heaps of cash. The main character in this story is enjoyable although he is arther done, and the art is once again something to marvel. The only real problem with this is the story. It tells the journey of someone who becomes the best of the best, but there's not much to push you on to the next chapter.See full review
I'm gonna say one thing I regret reading and not for the reasons you may think. I regret reading this because I am now addicted and right now there are only eleven episodes and it ended on a cliffhanger. and the plot of this manhwa is the bomb. It's about a woman without a family reincarnated as the mother of the villain of her favorite web novel. the mother of the villain later dies by the hands of the villain and to prevent that she dotes on the villain so that he does not become the villain. The plot twists and funny moments are one of the reasons I am so addicted and I am dying for another chapter... See full review
Sorry, I couldn't enjoy this manga. Story I couldn't enjoy this storyline. I don't know what's story focus at. I don't know what it's want. Too much monologue. This didn't recommended for those hate too much monologue. Sorry but I couldn't feel this story. Art The art is really bad. But not the worst. The characters from this manga don't show their expression much that its not effect to me (reader). This also doesn't recommend for those who read because of art Characters The characters are really bad. Main character from this manga always being bullied and get hit from other... See full review
I read up until chapter 126 so I think I have a good understanding of how the manwha goes. You know what's really my main pet peeve with this show? the mc. I don't even know where to start. I'm even more shocked at the number of people seemingly loving this but hey you do you people.
Storywise I think it's pretty decent. It's in a school setting with kids having superpowers added to the usual bullying and there you have it. Although I must say the bullying here is just way over the top. I know the "strong prey over the weak, survival of the fittest" bull already but that doesn't justify it... See full review
This is the worst isekai manga I've read in my entire life. The premise is amazing, you have a dude who arrives in a paradise island where people are innocent and he coud rule over them however he wants. Free food, drinks, sex, you name it. Basically a god reigning over his creations. *Mild Spoiler* What does this b*stard chooses to do? Teach them murder and jealousy simply because he was bored. He really thought of himself as a god and wanted to entertain himself. He ended up turning this paradise into pure hell for everybody. Some people will like it because of the smut aspect of the story but I read... See full review
Yeah this Yaoi was alrightish but way too quick for me taste.See full review
So Tomoki is supposed to be mistaken for a beautiful woman all the time, but literally the only difference I can see between this supposedly feminine Tomoki and the masculine hunk Yoshida that all the girls fawn over is their eye shape. Their chins and necks look the same, they both have midlength hair, and they are both thin and not openly muscular. So within the context of the story, I'm not sure which traits are meant to be feminine and which are meant to be masculine. Tomoki's bristling face is pretty cute. Tomoki initially rejects Yoshida's request for him to be his bonded partner whose... See full review
It started off great. It has an interesting concept and characters. However, the ending was very dissatisfying to me. This manga is about a modern high school girl named Yayoi who has these cool spiritual powers. There is also a demon guy named Ura. He goes to the human world to eat Yayoi. Unfortunately for him, Yayoi puts him under a curse that turns him into a cat and he starts sort of living with her. Although they're technically enemies, they help each other sometimes and start to develop feels for each other, which I found cute. However, my problem was the ending. The story was leading onto... See full review
The uroboros, a snake eating its own tail, is used in a couple different ways through this manga. First of all, it's the symbol said to be drawn on the back of a folk legend in this town, a great fighter who could beat up entire groups of opponents. This same symbol was taken up by the Harimoto sisters, Minagi and Tobari, as a way to use the folk legend's reputation for their own purposes. The uroboros concept of self-consumption is also applied to the relationship between these two sisters, and the fact that each of them feel like they are being consumed by the other. Minagi protects Tobari at the risk of... See full review
This manga plays into the creepiness of tongues. It relies on gross-out techniques to make readers feel uneasy--showing a bulbous tongue, so big it leaves no gap between it and the upper lip, slobbering and covered with sores and ridges. The tongue looks like a turd. Licking is a very intimate act, so it creates a sense of discomfort seeing a stranger licking someone and sticking their tongue in their mouth. There is also the unease which comes from seeing unexplained phenomena. I didn't really care for the ending, because it felt strange that the tongue seemed interested in Miku's love...See full review
A cliche, modestly drawn story that has no essential strong points. The main character actually confesses his feelings which is good, but the whole story is about him fighting with absolutely no time put into developing him or showing how he trains. The story moves along a bit too quicky for my liking, but if you enjoy the classic cultivation stories this is better than a majority of them.See full review
What a pleasant piece of work, a mysterious and captivating story about two characters whose personnalities are in opposition and yet share a fate so intertwined with one another. Even though the beautifully drawn characters are reminiscent of a shoujo, this however is not a shoujo, it is a political and psychological fantasy where our MC who is incredibly smart and cunning is struggling through deceptive and yet very satisfying manoeuvers to reach her goals. It is usually very hard for me to give such a high score, but there is just everything, the art is beautiful, the story is captivating, the... See full review
I had high hope for this series. I really did. The series starts off strong, introducing the characters and the premise of the story with some humor nicely incorporated. Then as the story progresses, the characters' backgrounds and their beliefs are revealed as the protagonist interacted with them, which makes him feel guilty of his motive for being there. All that build up to an exciting climax with much anticipation... Only for the ending that feels rushed without tying many loose ends. The series could have benefited greatly with an additional chapter or two as epilogues that briefly explain the... See full review
The author is very good at portraying everyday activities and brief snapshots of interactions between friends. Probably the majority of what happens in this manga isn't directly related to progressing the plot (as it were), but is instead just portraying daily life. For the most part, it works pretty well and it allows the characters to feel relatable and realistic. But there are times when the lack of focused development can feel less than captivating--some of the seasonal or topical chapters, for example. If I had to pinpoint a transition point, I would say that up through chapter 35, it was predominantly... See full review
It's very funny and emotionally satisfying. The humor is based on a girl, Mihane, acting in very manly ways--standing in wide stances on guardrails and hilltops, going berserk and showing superhuman levels of physical prowess, and contorting her face into unattractive grimaces. The boy she has a crush on, Touma, finds this behavior fun and cool. He initially rejects her confession, saying that he's not looking to date anyone right now (for reasons later made apparent), but he still finds himself wanting to spend time with her. Mihane has a friend, Maria, who enjoys taking pictures of her weirdness... See full review
December Rain is a jem that I accidentally found through memes. I didn't expect it to have those kind of themes but it somehow worked. I'm not a big fan of slice of life so I thought I wont enjoy this manhwa but it proved me wrong. Theres enough fluff, sexy times, and cute scenes to keep you going. The romance between this two guys is very cute... the story reminds me of Plague Dogs tho... I really like this story so if you have time, go pick it up it wont disappoint you. I say after the first season... it will be a page Turner that will keep you on your heels after every chapter. Have fun~See full review
I really do wish this comic was less underrated. While it does start out quite slow and almost appears as a slice-of-life at the beginning, that changes dramatically if you continue past the first arc or so. The adventure it spins becomes more and more enthralling and exciting the further you read. The story is so artfully woven that at a certain point it becomes impossible to put down. The character development in terms of individual characters and even their relationships with one another is incredible and seemless and I fell in love with the artwork from the very beginning. It has a comprehensible ending... See full review
This story started out great. I enjoyed the first few steps it took but it just began to fall apart when he was attempting to avenge his comrades. Not only was the story pretty bland at that point, except there was not really anything to motivate you to go into the next chapter. If the story began to focuse a bit back on school life and how he was going to get away with stabbing patients in a hospital and missing school every single day, it'd be a lot better.See full review
I've dipped into a good amount of manhwa where there's cultivation and the world is a martial arts playground where the main character rules, but I must say that this really didn't dissapoint me. It has a wonderful story that danced around with teleportation and "origin points" which is original, and characters that sort of fall into place. The fact that the main character can go to other realms and help them out certainly caught my eye and the different stories it gives make you laugh and cry. If the art was a bit better this would certainly be a top notch manhwa.See full review
I'm not sure what's up with all the hate, except this is certainly something that me, and countless other have been enjoying so far. Sure, the MC being overpowered is a bit cliche except the plot is pretty well spun and the characters are really top notch. Unlike many other Reaper Scans stories where the art and plot are fantastic but the characters have a bunch of holes in them, these characters show great diversity and the main character is someone who you truly appreciate for his moves and his actions.See full review
I enjoy the basis of this story, which is extremely similar to Solo Leveling. Art is really good, plot is intense and will make you cynical, and the main character is someone you can truly enjoy. Taking the side of an "antagonist" this story isn't really lacking in any way, and unlike typical things spun off from Solo Leveling the main character isn't an overall beast and there's continual development to them.See full review
A story about dieing; in many, many ways. The story is good, and the overall concept is fluid and full of fun, enthralling tales. The literal only main problem I have with this story is the main character himself. After dying countless times in all sorts of ways while being highly educated; you'd think that he'd become smarter and e able to predict who or why someone might kill him, but each and every time he attacks random people that eventually lead to his death. If the main character wasn't so flat with absolute no development from his naive, trashy self this story might have become something to brag... See full review
The nude bodies don't even look that good and the sex scenes aren't very sensual or erotic--they just kinda plaster nude bodies on top of each other with no sense of sequence or pacing. The characters don't feel interesting or believable in any way. And the plot is largely just a series of ridiculous events, with the only positive aspect being that it's slightly funny at times. But even looking at it as primarily a gag manga making use of sexualizaton, I would still say it fails since it failed to make me laugh out loud or even smile. And then it just ends without any sense of... See full review
What a ride! Totally worth getting into it... [not too sure what the review stating this manhua is about the 2 guys fighting over another one was about...]
An immature cute boy is about to become a man. A not so much more mature one is about to be swayed... Mmhmm
I like my manhua to be about LGBTQI+ themes and this one doesn't disappoint! Also I like mature Yaoi, this is not one and I really enjoyed reading it. This is a great Shounen-Ai, and it is not immature writing either. I don't know if you are like me, but the whole 85 chapters to get a kiss is not my cup of tea... It's a great piece. The... See full review
This brief series is probably best seen as a transition between Naruto and Boruto, because I think it came out before the Boruto series started. Its major theme is "progeny." Obviously, it portrays the next generation of ninjas, but more than that we have Sarada (and Cho-Cho) question their parentage. Sarada's father, Sasuke, has never been home and after seeing a picture of him with Karin, who has the same glasses as her, she wonders whether Sakura is even her real mother or not. The villain that is fought is Shin, a byproduct of Orochimaru's experiments into biological... See full review
It Deserves Hype Solo Leveling, or I Level Up Alone is a colored manhwa, which has been publishing since March the 4th, 2018. And according to the story development, there is more than enough material for 2 more years, but this is only my assumption, of course. Anyways, on to the story, 10 years ago, a number of "Gates" appeared in the world. Along with the appearance of the gates, some people went through an awakening that gave them the power that exceeded human capabilities. ‘The awakened’ now have the goal to hunt monsters in the dungeons: some do it to earn a fortune, form a... See full review
It was a great storyline I just wanted to talk about one aspect here I really dig soohan and sungjoon's (the president) love. What they had was really true love. I cried so much when it didn't end well. I wanted them to be together. But the thing they lacked in their love was probably compatibility. Ofcrs they loved each other but it was as if they wanted different things or their relationship lacked something. Atleast I got that impression from the story. Soohan wanted so much more than sungjoon could ever have possible given him. I'm not saying it's bad. But Taeyul was his ideal boyfriend. ThatZ... See full review
Okay I am really enjoying this one as with any manga it has it's shortcomings but as I do with any of my reviews I will give a pro's and con's list detailing what can be done better and what I think is spot on. Pros: The art is beautiful. Between the coloring, shading, and line work it is almost perfect. Going off the last bullet the design of the characters are awesome you have a wide variety of characters that all look different even going so far as having characters of color not of asian decsent which you don't see in many mangas and the different characters are done well without giving off any... See full review
I personally am infatuated with this art, it's the only reason I kept continuing to read. This story is about a guy who knows how to get work done. If you like watching ur mum iron your wrinkly clothes into smooth perfection then this is probably the story for you. While it's something to watch, I'd rather see my mom suddenly become a tarantula as I think it'd be a more interesting concept. Sorry for the weird ass analogy, anyways I really like the art.See full review
It's a basic layout of the usual reincarnated as the villainess trope. Usually, I really like these tropes especially if there's some twist. Everything that happens in the story feels so forced. The characters seem really out of place and you don't experience character development. It's like, "hey, this man good. This one not." You can't really gradually form your thoughts on the charcters and it feels as if the authors already decided who you should favor. If you wanna read it for the beautiful art and have your heart beat at some beautiful pixels on your screen, then by all means, go ahead... See full review
I'd like to start off saying the ratings don't match up with the overall score I've chosen. That's because I usually base my reviews off of the emotions I feel while reading the story than the actual content in itself.
This is such a feel-good story, you find yourself rooting for the mc and getting hyped when something good happens. It's a basic layout of other stories, nonetheless the same enjoyment.
It truly starts off good. While I was reading this, I started feeling intensely interested. It kept pursuing me to keep reading. And then.. boy oh boy. Mc becomes, not a king yet, but a peasant of simp nation- to a bratty elf that hates his race. Despite this, his feelings towards her remain quite infatuated.
There was also this other girl, who shares the same race as him, she's sweet and kind. Oh, but she's fat. Mc gets aggressive towards her for trying to be a good person and completely snaps in the early chapters. He tells her not to cry like it's disgusting to see it... See full review
Not every manga can mash-up as seamlessly as these two did. Gourmet Island--could believably exist in the Grand Line of One Piece and also would make sense in the Toriko universe (though of course it wouldn't exist in both, since they have contradictory world maps). Devil Fruit--obviously originates in One Piece, but works well as a "specially prepared ingredient," a concept important in Toriko. Luffy and Toriko also share a love for eating food and defeating strong monsters to consume their meat. And the idea of banquets is used in both manga as well as a way to wrap up... See full review
There is a fine line between being "romantic" and stalking someone, but the crucial difference is whether or not the passion and attention are welcome. Outwardly, Tamako expressed displeasure at his advances, so when Mizuki continues undeterred, he is undoubtably a stalker (though I would also consider his six months of ogling her to be stalking because he never asked for consent to ogle). Inwardly, Tamako is conflicted and is somewhat interested in him despite being creeped out and pissed off at his behavior. She also feels that overall, he was kind and seemed like a good person. In addition to... See full review
I enjoyed this short story. It had a nice gloomy atmosphere, pierced only by Jeanne's desperate cheerfulness. Jeanne just wants to be loved, but her pure intentions end up putting her in the crossfires of a drug dealer and the assassin hired to end him. I actually don't mind a good tragic ending, but with an emphasize on it being good. And I can't really say that this was a well-written ending. Interestingly, the tragic nature of the ending doesn't actually feel out of place--their stories both start from a point of tragedy, so it feels poetic that they would end in tragedy as well. No, what... See full review
Story The plot itself is fine. The main character, Kai Hokazono, is a mercenary who has powerful mechanical arms and is sent off to India to do a job. While there he gets attacked by the people who had captured and turned him into a cyborg five years ago. It flowed fairly well for a one shot, though I do wish it had at least one more chapter so that we could see more of what happened when Kai was captured and escaped. We learn a little bit of it through flashbacks and a short exposition dump but even those don’t reveal much... See full review
No setting developement, no character developement, but it does have plenty of tasteless fanservice. The art was pretty nice, backgrounds were very detailed, the characters were pretty. Ending was lackluster. About what you'd expect from the rest of the story. Characters were ... meh. They were pretty much the same from beggining to end. No one had a back story. The relationship between the leads didnt develope at all. Nothing that showed their personalities outside of "girl with gun" and "mysterious magical". They didn't have any moments that showed their friendship... See full review
I left a review for volume 2 and most of the same stuff applies. The art is absolutely gorgeous; there are so many panels that would work as high quality stand-alone pieces, it's just incredible. It's almost unfair to put them all in one comic. Story is also great. Start is a little slow, but it's all the better for it. Geniunely quite creative. Just stick with it for a while. It's not a crapload of faceslapping and cliches. If that's what you're looking for, give this a pass for now and read it when you're tired of that. It's overall a lot more enjoyable, but not the best thing when your attention span is... See full review
Just plain fantastic. The art is phenomenal, some of the best I've ever seen.I've ran into comics with art that's occasionally on the same level, but never better. It speaks for itself. The character designs are also insanely good. The characters all have depth, and there are lots of good ones. One of my all-time favorite supporting character arcs is in this volume. The story is also quite interesting and coherent. The volume ended in a much better way than I'd ever have predicted. The story wasn't finished but in terms of narrative flow, it was the perfect place to take a break. Not an obvious way or... See full review
It says this is based off a novel, and I could easily imagine the source story being awful; I have the sneaking suspicion the artists tweaked it a little and added substantially to the quality of the characters. That being said, despite having a lot of the standard cliches, the execution is well done, even nuanced. Things like the protagonist's body being instinctively afraid of his bullies due to residual emotions/memories, him being attracted to women who are his mental age instead of being a mental 50-year-old creeping on schoolgirls, and the first actually sad reincarnation scene I have read, really... See full review
The art is so bad like so so bad, it's as if they were trying to make an american comic realized that its supposed a manga and tried switching it halfway and when they realized that wouldn't work they decided the only thing they could do was to give as good of shading and coloring as possible. Now it does have some good points to it as well so I will compare the pros and cons. Pros: Each character looks distinctly different It is very nicely colored and shaded At the end of each chapter they showed all the assets and money he had gotten or lost Cons: The plot jumped around like crazy The art... See full review
Starting was good.. I was so attracted to this at first.. It was good first the harem was good. But after a certain time.. The harem started to broke.. At a time i cried for the emotion created there.. It was soo good man... Ending was good but not to my expectation.See full review
Loved the rigid character building the most. The story is very interesting and appealing and I hope for a conclusion at some point. The manga is a monthly released one, and at the last years, the released chapters where even fewer. This could be a bummer to eager readers, but I believe that it's worth the patience. If I could find something negative to conclude would be that the fighting scenes are not depicted very detailed and they can be quite bewildering. If you have seen the anime it helps visualize the characters' fighting styles and the atmosphere. I have read the manga after watching the... See full review
This story focuses almost exclusively on the four main characters. Their relationship has plenty of time to develop naturally, and it's really well done. Vert sweet. The art is also really good. It immediately went on my favorites list!See full review
So, while looking for something new to read I stumbled upon this series which currently only has a few chapters translated (seven at the time of this review). Now, I know a lot of people are just soooo done with isekai, but they are easy to find, and easy to read, so I tend to gravitate toward them frequently. The premise of this series actually reminded me a bit of Survive as the Hero's Wife, but... with her being the MOTHER of the villain instead of being the villainess wife of the hero, so I was like, 'yeah, I gotta read it!' I REFUSE to spoil the end of chapter three, but it put a HUGE smile on... See full review
Gotta say, I was really looking forward to this.. well here are my thoughts.
The mc, the villainess mother, starts off thinking logically. Give a child love, and they won't turn out evil right? She seems smart, but like also a dunce? She's basically head over heels for her 'angelic' stepson. So much that it seems she's become unaware of the situations around her.
I don't know what's up with the entire family being evil, but yeah I guess both the son and father are also bound to it. The son acts friendly to his mother in order to gain her affection, but based on the plot, this... See full review
I was discouraged to read this after I saw a review giving it a terrible rating. I will say this read isn't for everyone. While some of you may adore tropes or stories like this, others will find the plot frustrating.
Personally, I liked where the story started and was becoming, that is until a female character came along. I'm just the type who prefers solo mcs and I don't mind a little teaming up here and there but it seems this girl is gonna be relevant to the story.
The overpowered mc enters a body of a weak man and shows up to the academy the next day like a big shot... See full review
If you've read the second story of Hotarubi no Mori E, this manga will feel very similar. They both portray a human girl-child who grows into a teenager and realizes she's in love with the spirit she can only meet in the forest. In this one, she can only meet Konoha during the autumn. I would say that this one feels a bit worse--maybe less poetic, less deep-cutting. One of the problems is that I can imagine a better, more tragic ending than what this manga wrote*. Another problem is that the elderly light-brown spirit is initially hinted at being significant, but ended up not doing anything... See full review
This should definitely have the "Explicit Sex" tag, or at the very least "Sexual Content." The first chapter limits itself to some groping, but chapters two and three are built around the premise that Hamano can't concentrate on studying because Yagami is too busy pushing her into having intercourse while he's supposed to be tutoring her. And every time she has sex, she forgets everything she had memorized up to that point. Several times, he declares that he will withhold from having sex with her until she passes the entrance exam to his high school, but then almost... See full review