Feb 3, 2023
Let's sum up this work, a somewhat stereotyped and insipid character where in some scenes they managed to add flavor: Taito is the classic pure-hearted character of the shonen who wants to take on all the responsibilities even if he promptly fails, all I didn't like him at first because he reveled in his secondary being in his own life then after he regained his powers he returned to standard levels of liking; Himea a powerful vampire who likes to be a child or a teenager, a character who gives good ideas but who gets lost in his love for Taito and thus sends his
legendary being to shit; Mirai Ando demon in charge of killing Gekko by order of Hinata but manages to get captured and enslaved by Gekko, the speck character of the story who they say is a teenager but looks like a little overgrown girl with her hunger for attention and kisses from his master and this character played his part in the story making me laugh at certain points and seeing many facets of the same in other phases of the manga; Gekko twin brother of Hinata student council president, a character you would like to slap every time for his wisdom and his way of making others feel like nothings, compared to Taito Gekko uses his intellect and understands that he cannot be almighty and so he looks for people who can be useful to him for his comfort, and as much as I don't like this character I must say that he is the best character in the story, at least from my point of view.
The story could have been darker and Fantasy but yes it gives more space to love even if it's not really done so well it could have been managed better, a linear plot, a confusing development, a too hasty conclusion, well studied Power Ups see for the final transformation of Taito or the sword Spell Error, and others fall into the ridiculous such as Taito's own power of immortality for six deaths which as seen is not a great power but a handicap in combat as if even a severed artery is a dead, the settings are not created as a work of art but are nonetheless as fanciful as St. Peter's Square in Rome. The Character Design of the characters is a tooth decay of the reader, example Mirai and Himea as all female characters are too sweet, after a while stomach, on the male characters are made to turn on a teenager but to me it seems that something is missing, I'm not saying that I want to see a sculptural physique in a teenager but not too soft lines either; another flaw is bringing out characters and introducing them to us and then not using them again in the story or bringing out characters not even presented so we don't know if who they are or why they came out. Instead, the light novel is much more readable, a pity that only two numbers came out in Italy
Finally, I think this manga should be read, not because it's done well, but because it's full of all the mistakes that a manga shouldn't have, yet with some interesting ideas, too bad they're developed correctly.
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