One day, 22-year-old Kanzaki Misuzu is suddenly transported to a strange world. Based on the pop-up screens she can access, it seems she's entered some kind of RPG as a magic user! Luckily, she can use the gaming skills she acquired as an otaku to make her way in this new world. But before she knows it, people start calling her "the Black Healer"!!
I feel kind of disappointed by this. I did actually like this at the start with her being by herself. But not so much afterwards.
The start is awfully paced with things going by way to fast and this pacing issue lasts throughout the story. We will get scenes that last too long or scenes that go by to fast.
There's also the fact that i didn't realize that this is mostly a story for girls it seems with everybody is a guy in this except one or two girls. It's kind of like those bad stories where the guy MC will get a ton
of girls surrounding him for no real reason. Except instead of the MC being a guy with tons of girls it's a Girl surrounded by a bunch of guys.
Then the biggest issue is that it's just so boring. I forced myself to get caught up to chapter 16.
I think i may have liked this a lot more if the story focused more on the MC being by herself while adventuring. She can come across random people that will stay around for a couple chapters before she leaves again. I think it would be even better if she has a female companion or two.
Overall i find this to just be Eh. Might have something to do with this seeming to be geared more towards women then men though.
Since this manga has no reviews, I'll leave some preliminary words here. Take note, though, that as I write this I've only read the first 13 chapters, so there wasn't even time for the plot to really kick in.
This manga seems a bit silly when you read the summary, a portal fantasy featuring a video game setting. I dreaded it might be some fanservice-filled comedy, with no real story beyond the game parody, so I decided to try reading it if only to get it out of my PTR list. I was pleasently surprised to find out that not only this isn't a parody, but
that this is actually a good manga. Some reasons to read it:
* The heroine is smart and resourceful, but that doesn't stops her from commiting blunders and just getting things wrong, since she's in a completely new world. Also, she's a mage. I like mages.
* The supporting characters seem well rounded. There hasn't been enough time to explore those characters, but they all seem to have their own agenda.
* The world, videogamey as it is, is treated as a real world by the protagonist; its people are considered real people.
* While the "need to go home" plot is a portal fantasy classic, the fact that the protagonist could, maybe, with luck, find her way back herself through _her own research_ is marvelous.
* The magical tech is very interesting.
* There are bishies. Always a plus.
I'm not sure this review can convince anyone, but one weird review is better than none, right? Give Reene a chance!
I've been reading so many isekai and reincarnation manga lately lol, but I really enjoyed this manga ^^
Story (8/10): Pretty ordinary honestly. It's about a girl who gets transported to another world and turns out to be overpowered. If it was just about her life adjusting to the world, I probably would not have enjoyed it as much. However, there were several different plot twists along the way that I really, thoroughly enjoyed. And this manga really shows that being transported to another world is not just all fun and games; with power comes responsibility. Also, although there's no romance tag, there is a little
bit of romance involved, which I loved. :3
Art (9/10): Beautiful. The art was great. Nothing was out of proportion, eyes were drawn great, smiles were cute and heavenly when they had to be. The only thing I have to say against the art were the character designs. They were a bit too generic. All the knights were basically drawn the exact same besides the main few and so the main character would call them different names but I still couldn't tell who was who. But there were bishies everywhere, which was great x3
Character (6/10): Now this was probably where this manga lacked the most in. Every character had such an ordinary personality. There wasn't much character development involved. Most of the characters had a like-able personality, and all the villains were those you didn't like. There weren't any characters that you couldn't help loving even though they were hated. But I'm used to these kinds of characters so it didn't stop my enjoyment of this manga lol.
Even though this manga was pretty ordinary and didn't stand out much from those similar to it, all the twists and turns of this which combined like 5 different manga I knew into one was great. But I understand that this manga is not for everyone. If you really notice and pay attention to character development and personalities, then I'd skip this one. But if you're a sucker for op people and op romance, then go for this manga! Overall, I enjoyed this manga a lot and would recommend it to others.