Mar 26, 2022
It is seriously not good.
I'm quite certain that this particular author created at least few more works with overpowered heroine, and they went nowhere. This one lasted the longest out of all of them, but....
Basically, this is a story of Mary Sue. The character can teleport between our world and fantasy world, and bring things over. The thing is, while there are some interesting moments, the problem is Mary Sue heroine which solves everything with ease, and additionally every character she meets pretty much becomes her ally, while every obstacle is easily overcome.
This type of work can be fun, for example, "Isekai Smartphone to Tomo
Ni" and "Death March Kara" has similar main character, but in case of "Death March" there's a cast of side characters which are fun to watch, and in case of "Isekai Smartphone", there's some fun to be had watching protagonist pick the most ridiculous solution to a problem.
Here, though, it is just mary sue through and through.
The positive thing about this title is that artwork is good. It is a bit stereotypical, but heroine is pretty/cute type, side characters are drawn well, backgrounds weren't awful, it is pleasaing to the eye.
The story, however, finally got to my nerves atr chapter 70, and I've decided to drop this for good. Because the Mary Sue story lacks compelling elements. No amazing side characters, no good comedy relief, it is all about putting the heroine onto a pedestal and easily getting out of any sort of "trouble". Frankly, there's potential, but it has not been realized well.
3/10 story, 6/10 art, 3/10 character, 4/10 enjoyment, 4/10 overall.
Might be worth checking out for the sake of artwork, or if you can stomach the obvious Mary Sue protagonist.
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