The future where the Virus of Death shall destroy humanity awaits. In order for humans to avert that destiny, Raito is asked to travel back to the past. His mission: to make sure a normal high school freshman Tanaka Yuu makes children with his childhood friend Takane Kyouko!
I always were a big fan of time travel stories, so i grabbed this one eagerly. Even though time travel is barely part of the concept here, that still would be fine for me, but it didn't live up to my expectations.
First of all, after reading synopsis one would think that the guy traveling back to the past to change the future would be the protagonist, right? Well not a chance, he's only a side character, telling the "real" protagonist what to do, as if that weren't misleading enough his goal is rather ridiculous from the beginning. So let me get this clear - if
the protagonist has children with any of the girls, that'll cause the appearance of the horrible virus which will destroy humanity, but there's one girl, childhood friend, who wouldn't cause this, so the guy from the future came to make sure the protagonist will have children with her...Great, it's like saying "hey i saved the house from fire, by not causing one! I'm a hero!" Wouldn't it be better to forbid him having children, or taking him out as a last resort? It's cruel, i know but wouldn't that be a million times easier, safer and would make more sense!
Anyway, ignoring this giant plothole everything else is decent enough. Artwork is great, clear and beautiful. Dozens of ecchi scenes, several characters points of view, some drama and romance, even supernatural battles. In other words this manga has a bit of everything.
Yet they could have made it better and that's a bit disappointing, no wonder it spans barely 11 chapters. So overall it's still quite enjoyable to read, but if you're looking for a really good "space-time-supernatural-action" better look elsewhere.