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56 of ? chapters read
Other than the comedy, this manwha has an interesting story and main character. As of right now, I am 56 chapters into this manhwa and the story is progressing along in a smooth fashion, slowly building towards an exhilarating climax. The main character still has a lot of mystery around his past as well as his skills. I really enjoy reading stories that do not divulge the whole history of a main character, but rather allow you to learn about them the more you read the story. His martial art skills are also something that is not so easily revealed in this story; meaning that the author did not place all his cards out on the table in revealing the full strength and skill of a character. This suspense of how skilled he really is adds to the overall anticipation of the story progression.
Note that even with 56 chapters, each chapter is on average 30+ pages in length. That is quality time spent reading the new chapter releases! I highly recommend this manwha for those of you who enjoy a well made martial arts shounen with pristine comedic moments. read more
38 of 38 chapters read
Without delving too much into the story, we start off with a great tragedy that occurs in a young boys life. It may appear that fate is not on Wu Geng's side as we see him encounter one hardship after another, but through these hardships we see him grow stronger and literally grow up amidst adversity. Journey along with us as we experience the tragedies and victories of Wu Geng as he battles fate and the wrath of the gods. read more
202 of 202 chapters read
Sit back and enjoy the well constructed development of a main character. This is one of those manga's where you journey along with the main character, Goh, as he grows up in both character and strength. This type of "character development" journeying manga is what pulls you deeper into the story. I hope you enjoy the genuine journey of Goh becoming a man of character as much as I did. I look forward to more work from Matsuda, Ryuchi (Story) and Fujiwara, Yoshihide (Story & Art). read more
The story revolves around a vampire theme, and (without spoiling it for you) I find that although it is not some drastic change and new look into vampire manga, the Noble look at vampires is the focal point concerning the vampires, nobles, and the humans. The story is building up well (currently at ch202) and there is the potential for many more hundreds of chapters to go before the series can be concluded.
If you enjoy the bishounen feel and noble-like win of a main character, you will surely love this manwha. read more