Gacha wo Mawashite Nakama wo Fuyasu: Saikyou no Bishoujo Gundan wo Tsukuriagero the Comic
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Gacha wo Mawashite Nakama wo Fuyasu: Saikyou no Bishoujo Gundan wo Tsukuriagero the Comic

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Using Gacha to Increase My Companions and to Create the Strongest Girls' Army Corps
Japanese: ガチャを回して仲間を増やす 最強の美少女軍団を作り上げろ THE COMIC
English: Gacha Girls Corps
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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Mar 30, 2018 to ?
Genres: Action Action, Adventure Adventure, Fantasy Fantasy
Serialization: Comic Ride
Authors: Chinkururi (Story), Haruno, Shuu (Art)

Statistics

Score: 6.571 (scored by 13311,331 users)
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Ranked: #133572
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3482
Members: 4,946
Favorites: 11

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Synopsis

Norl's a cutting-edge cutie with a cutting edge who's a cut above the rest. Heihachi's just your average mobile game addict with a whale-sized hole in his wallet. But one day, he pulls an item that pulls him into another world, spinning his life around with a spin of the gacha.

Attacked by monsters, and left without options, Heihachi does what he knows best—roll gacha! To his surprise, he watches his unit materialize before his eyes. Heihachi's used to seeing cute girls pop up on his phone, but he's never seen one pop out of his phone!

(Source: Kaiten Books)

Background

Gacha wo Mawashite Nakama wo Fuyasu: Saikyou no Bishoujo Gundan wo Tsukuriagero the Comic has been published digitally in English as Gacha Girls Corps by Kaiten Books since January 8, 2021, and physically since July 20, 2021.

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Apr 9, 2022
Mixed Feelings
Preliminary (37/? chp)
A surprisingly enjoyable read. This manga's story is not as edgy or perverted as I thought it would be. Instead, it takes notes (very sensibly) from the likes of Konosuba, introducing whacky and eccentric characters to emphasise humour. Although it doesn't exactly change the formula of its genre (Iseka and Gacha based stories), it plays with the tropes very competently and its embrace of humour and light-hearted romance/harem makes this a guiltless, enjoyable read.

It is a rather shallow piece of work, but, I don't think depth was ever really the author's aim. It knows what it is and willingly strives toward making it enjoyable ...

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