"I don't even know what's going on anymore..."
In this fantasy of knights, monsters, and suspiciously fish-based country names, everybody is a moron in the best ways. It follows the strange adventures of Zety, an ill-natured bandit, and Lester, a lazy knight of Touna, as they fight other moronic knights, mercenaries, and monsters in their pursuit of supposedly powerful weapons.
Story - 6/10
The story serves its purpose for a comedy manga. It's dumb, a bit wacky, and sometimes nonsensical. The setting is purposefully generic and that might be boring for some readers. Overall, it's too early to really judge what the story is going to be
Art - 6/10
The backgrounds are detailed and the armored knights look good, but there's nothing particularly great here. The action is decently well-drawn for a comedy manga, but it feels static at times.
Character - 8/10
The character designs are good, though a bit odd. The style is expected from the author of Nichibros, As you would expect from medieval knights, they spend a lot of time wearing helmets so it can be hard to tell them apart, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Overall, the characters are charming in their simplicity and stupidity, and they feel different from the fanservicey archetypes we've come to expect from fantasy. They're great for what's out so far, but it's too early to say if they will or won't develop in the future.
Enjoyment - 8/10
Comedy is subjective, of course, but The Knight of White Thunder balances the obvious and the unexpected quite nicely. You'll know if the comedy suits your tastes within ~30 pages.
Overall, you should give this manga a shot. It will only take a few minutes to decide if you want to keep going.
This review (and score) will be updated as more chapters come out.