One day, Yasuke was working up the courage to confess his feelings for his childhood friend Akari. It was the perfect opportunity, since the two of them were going to eat dinner alone together at his family's shrine. Before dinner, he rushes through the daily shrine rituals and accidentally breaks a sacred mirror.
A goddess, who looks like a cute girl, curses him for it, and now he will die if he's ever separated from her. All too late, he learns that she's a goddess of misfortune, and horrible things happen around her whenever she's upset. Will he be able to get the goddess to lift the curse? And how will he ever explain this to Akari?
This is a typical Harem manga through, and through. But it isn't that long so it does not drag, and it throws something new in when it starts to lose focus making it above all the bad harem.
Story - 6
Generic as hell, but i like the fact that the main character can die if he isn't in contact with the girls at all times which does at urgency at points which speeds up the plot compared to the trash out there.
Art - 6
I love this art style personally because its balanced while also looking over the top buxom, but i am a sucker for
it so i can't say its anything brilliant.
Character - 4
I liked the lead at the start, but then he turned into Issei for no good reason, but because of their simplicity they actually have concluded arcs, and we get few to no loose ends.
Enjoyment - 7
nice art, no majorly glaring plot holes, and it has an ending. Its not great but i rarely went "really... you did that!?", and it didn't get boring at worst average.
Overall - 6
It was above average for being solidly written, if you like the cover art, and that is what you base harems off it may as well be a 7- 10/10 but it is really a 6/10 overall.
In short - Maga-Tsuki is a manga every ecchi manga fans should at least try
I personally read most of the manga in one sitting, on the day the last chapter was released. I was hooked up to the story so that I wasn't able to realize that so much time had passed.
Those who complained about this manga were reading it when the manga was being published monthly; but now that the series is completed, you won't feel a lag in the story plot.
The way the manga starts is fantastic, as the setting is not a cliche. (a guy who dies if he stays
away from a goddess? intersting!) It has classical ecchi scenes you would want to see in an ecchi manga. Some comedy in between also allows some small laughs.
And it has one of much better harem ending.
When it comes to ecchi manga, art is crucial to it, and Maga-Tsuki doesn't fall too much apart in that department. It does not have the best art, but the art style itself is great for comedic scenes. Nice and clean
Ecchi/Harem mangas usually consist of simple minded characters, but that is alright, as the complexity of character doesn't matter much in an ecchi anime.
This manga has every element that an ecchi/harem fan would like (comedy, classic shots, rom-com, etc.)... What else to ask for?
English is not my main language so there might be some mistakes.I'm trying to make this short.
This is definitely one of the best harem-ecchi-comedy manga i've ever read so far.
The story is simple and enjoyable.Of course the idea with goddess x human is overused, but it's still good.Nothing too serious , but also not too boring.
It is focused on the 3 (so far) harem girls, which have to make their way into the male lead's heart.One of them even got the chance to be stuck with him ;)
This little fact makes quite the whole story so enjoyable.Add some ecchi and there you have a
perfect harem story.
I must admit, i've laughed very much ,sometimes i even felt out of my chair.
The personalities of the girls are just too cute.I think one word would be perfekt: