It's nature vs. nurture when a nerd swaps bodies with the toughest guy in school! Tuji and Usoo have swapped...their bodies! After becoming the subjects of a mad scientist's experiment with her latest invention - the quantum teleporter - their bodies are switched, leaving only their minds and spirits intact. Usoo, who was once a model student, must face the life of Tuji, a teenage menace. Never having an enemy in his life, he now has to deal with the handful of Tuji's list, but will his kinder, gentler demeanor ward off his rivals? Or will survival determine his future? Will he become the hardened fighter that matches his new exterior?
I decided to look for a manga with a lot of chapters since I got bored of reading ones with only 20 and then when the story gets good I have to wait until more are released, well this manga answered my 'prayer' so to say. The characters are rather in-depth and the art is up to todays standards with the characters as well as the environment. Fighting is the main focus of the story with bone cracking, joint popping and muscle tearing action that will have you being drawn in just to find out how much pain these people can handle until one of them gives way. Change Guy also has a slow paced romance on the side as the characters slowly change over time and realize that you can't always judge a book by it's cover. Overall I give Change Guy a 10 out of 10 and hope everyone enjoys reading it as much as I do. read more
Quite a nice read, interesting twists(some that could have been without) , has great potential, sadly it was cut short which did not allow many characters to be fully developed, while others just disappeared.I recommend only reading the first half, cos the second was a sortta a letdown
This Manwha was a desperate search for a manga similar to The Breaker. The fighting is pretty good, and the art compliments the action very well. It felt realistic if you put aside the fact that every single South Korean guy only wants to fight and kill one another! I wish the author would have spent more time on the characters' back stories, but at least it wasn't like Naruto!
It may have been the translators fault, but the language used was very repetitive in a lot of places. Lines like, "he has surpassed human limitations!" made me think, either the characters were incredibly naive to the fact that there are always people stronger in the world or they really thought the man wasn't human anymore.
Another thing I wish the author would have stressed was training. it seemed very Harry Potter-like in that you don't see much training and they just learn techniques from nowhere.
All-in-all, Change Guy was very interesting in the first few chapters, which got me hooked, and kept me entertained with good fight scenes and wanting to know how it ended. Actually, the fact there was an end is what kept me from dropping this mangwha.
Still, it's a good read. You should spend some time reading it all, I'm sure you'll get hooked if you enjoy The Breaker and interesting plots.read more