Inside of every human lie dormant superpowers. When these powers are awakened, some people use them for evil. Others use their power to stop those who commit evil deeds. One cruel boy named Hiruko has taken over his high school by using his superpowers. The students live in fear of him, until the day a mysterious transfer student, with his arm wrapped in a giant cast, arrives to stop him...
This manga had so much potential, in my opinion. The main character was funny and seemed like a pretty cool guy, though he's pretty over-powered. The supporting characters didn't get fleshed out much, but seemed interesting as well. The setting is huge, so much that could have been used for further arcs. But, it just ended.
However, my main problem with this manga is something I can't say because it's a major spoiler. Which annoys me, because I wish I'd known in advance so that I could have prepared for it or maybe even avoid this manga altogether. Even though I started it knowing it
was complete at only 17 chapters, I don't feel that can excuse this issue. And I can't even tell you what it is. So, instead, I'll say this: don't waste your time on this manga, it'll get your hopes up only to leave you feeling frustrated and disappointed.
Okay this manga at the first you'd expect an awesome chapters from it, which is nice and makes it enjoyable, but then the Mangaka ruined it by making the main character more talented than the others! and trying to confess the people to love the manga by adding more characters and fights everywhere and when you think of it, all the fights are useless just to develop the main character so he failed to develop something already winning every time! sucks i know, but yeah it gets boring every chapter. Story: 6/10. Art 8/10. characters 7/10. Enjoyment 6/10. Overall 5/10.
When I read the first chapter of this manga I felt kind of happy with myself, even if it was some run of the mill shonen manga I was happy because it was...classic in a way, it's something we don't get anymore cause everyone else wants more complexed stories and settings. I knew there were going to be fights so I had a lot of hope on it.
But it never got off the ground. For this kinds of manga the speed in which the plot moves is vital to whether they live or die, that's why most shonen manga tend to have a
first arc that develops quickly, but not only do the fights get more boring every time but they also get pretty useless, like I can think of only 3 fights that actually helped the plot move.
The main character was funny to me at first but for some reason he started to become more of a sue with every chapter that came out and what's more is that all this did was degrade from the story with the already slow moving plot.
The rest of the cast of characters were average, with none of them really getting much chance in the spotlight in order for the main character to learn something new about the world or beat some guy's teeth in.
Artwise....I give it a 6, it just wasn't my cup of tea, it had great art at some points and it seemed sloppy at others, plus the way the characters were drawn might've been unique, but...it felt like something only a rookie would draw (I'm no artist but I know people that draw better than that)