I never thought I would be writing up a review for a manga as weird as this one, but there's no harm in it, so why not?
High-Risk Mission Therapy is a weird manga. That doesn't go far to explain much, but it's a good start. And based on the description alone, you can gauge the kind of content that will be present here as well. But even then, there's more than what meets the eye.
And I don't mean that it does it in a deep and profound way. This manga is, for all intents and purposes, an absolute comedy that in no way should be
taken seriously. But, it also does a good job in standing outside of the mold of standard gag-comedy manga by doing the unexpected, and that is making fun of the tropes that tend to build such comedies.
Of course, the "ecchi" fan-service prevails, but the series should certainly not be looked at from that perspective alone. The often unpredictable and random scenarios tend to lead onto hilarious outcomes that can make you smile or laugh out loud, but this will depend on the person reading. Another interesting aspect of the manga that I found was that, despite having such a raunchy backdrop for the story, the author doesn't sexualize everything the way you'd expect. Which is a good thing and can sometime separate this series from others which do it just for the heck of it.
From what we've seen so far, the manga also seem to be aiming at parodying all kinds of tropes, including yaoi and yuri ones, which is a somewhat refreshing take on the genre. The story itself is something I won't really comment on, because it's not really commendable, but is decent enough to hold together the comedy scenarios that make it. Most of the main characters are fun to read and wholesome, which once again is something worth looking out for.
With an interesting and decent art-style, this parody/gag manga is definitely something to lookout for, even if it is only for the whacky yet wholesome characters, unexpectedly hilarious scenarios and an overall fun time.