Apr 12, 2020
Story: 7 Its a pretty straightforward story with the first few arcs used to introduce all of the main cast one thing I didn't exactly love is that some of the villains feel comically evil while the main character is a bit to shouneny being in a realistic manga about what essentially is giant sea towing. I do like how the author thoroughly goes out of his way to explain each of the operations they do and really makes sure to reinforce the idea of the scale of operations always making sure to show the bad outcomes, he definitely makes sure to keep the story
Art: 9 Honestly the best part of this manga is the art, the way the author meticulously draws all the ships shown in the manga with panels showing the glory of everything massive is great. The character art design is pretty on point to other than the main character looking way cooler in the cover than in most of the story.
Character: 7 Where I sorta think is manga drops the ball is that the main character feels really naive for the beginning and stays kinda naive throughout like he was at an 100 on naive and by the end he's still at like a 50. One things I will compliment though is that all the side characters in this manga are great minus one useless one that urked me that only came in somewhat late.
Enjoyment: 7 Its hard to describe how I would pitch to someone else this manga. If the idea of really scary sea towing intrigues you I would say give this manga a try as it is definitely unique in its main theme. Just don't expect any too much form the story and bask in the glory of the giant scale of all the ships and you will have a good time.
Overall I'd give it a 7 a good read if the premise sounds interesting to you.
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