Subete no Jinrui wo Hakai suru. Sorera wa Saisei Dekinai.
Destroy all humankind. They can't be regenerated.
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Subete no Jinrui wo Hakai suru. Sorera wa Saisei Dekinai.

Alternative Titles

English: Destroy all humankind. They can't be regenerated.
Japanese: すべての人類を破壊する。それらは再生できない。

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Nov 26, 2018 to ?
Genres: GameGame, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen
Authors: Yokota, Takuma (Art), Ise, Katsura (Story)
Serialization: Shounen Ace

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Score: 7.991 (scored by 996996 users)
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Ranked: #7012
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Popularity: #2802
Members: 4,462
Favorites: 92
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Synopsis

It centers around second year students during the 1990s; our protagonist Hajime, a narcissistic genius and his rival Sawatari, a beautiful girl who is another genius who beats Hajime in every single one of their exams. Unbeknownst to him, she also plays "Magic: The Gathering," a trading card game that had taken Hajime and his friends by storm. This opens an opportunity that Hajime can finally be greater than Sawatari in a game of intelligence. However, it is not the only opportunity that arises from this coincidence.

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Apr 18, 2020
animejas (All reviews)
A manga that truly is a magical experience for me.

"Destroy all humankind. They can't be regenerated.", is a manga that takes place in the 1990s where the central theme behind the manga is a popular card game that took the 90s and 00s by storm, Magic: The Gathering. A game which I played a ton with my friends when I was a very young boy myself, and a game I cherished back in the day.

This manga is also created by Katsura Ise and Takuma Yokota, the combo that created one of my favorite manga of all time, Onanie Master Kurosawa. Hell, Takuma Yokota also created read more
Sep 21, 2019
trivia_lover (All reviews)
TL;DR - It's a good romcom in its own right.

I was quite surprised to find that the same guy who wrote Onani Master Kurosawa wrote this, just because of how different these two genres are. While his latest work does not live up to his previous title in terms of boldness, it is not any less entertaining.

STORY (8)
Subete no Jinrui wo Hakai suru. Sorera wa Saisei Dekinai. is about Magic: The Gathering, and is set in the late 20th century. Although younger readers may not really understand what the hype is all about, there's no need to worry as the mechanics of the game usually read more
Jun 28, 2020
fluctuating (All reviews)
Always wanted a Magic The Gathering manga but never imagined that would come to fruition, but it did, and it's better than anything I could have come up with.

Writing is excellent with it's set piece allowing for more creative freedom rather than many similar manga advertising the latest set for the card game, its 1998 setting allows for exploring original magic.

Definitely a great read for anyone who plays or play MTG, and for even people who haven't, it is a well done story. Art wise, the manga is beautiful, characters all look visually interesting and different from one another.

Deserves to be printed in English officially, read more
Sep 6, 2020
Enmora (All reviews)
As someone who’s of the younger generation and didn’t even play Magic The Gathering back then, I didn’t expect to like this manga so much. I’m sure if I did experience similar events and played Magic as well, then I’d probably even consider this as a 10/10.

However. despite me not being able to directly relate to many of the events in the story. I still felt very nostalgic over every single chapter. It just seems to portray this one time in the past so well, with so much love and appreciation that I can't help but feel the same melancholy as the characters might've felt read more

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