Ore ga Heroine wo Tasukesugite Sekai ga Little Apocalypse!?
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Ore ga Heroine wo Tasukesugite Sekai ga Little Apocalypse!?

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Synonyms: Our Heroine is Saved So Much that the World Becomes a Little Apocalypse!?, Ore ga Heroine wo Tasukesugite Sekai ga Little Mokushiroku!?
Japanese: 俺がヒロインを助けすぎて世界がリトル黙示録〈アポカリプス〉!?


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 33
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 2, 2011 to Jan 31, 2014
Genres: FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, HaremHarem
Authors: Hasegawa, Kouji (Art), Namekojirushi (Story)
Serialization: Comic Dangan


Score: 7.001 (scored by 14091,409 users)
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Ranked: #77122
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Popularity: #2781
Members: 4,724
Favorites: 14
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Namidare Rekka has a very unusual birthright. After his 16th birthday, he will be drawn into many different stories. Each story has a heroine, and each story depends on him to be the hero. On his first day of high school, a strange uniformed girl that only he can see shows up. She claims to be from the future, and claims that his rescuing of many heroines is going to cause serious trouble for the future.

It's not long after this encounter that his troubles begin. His childhood friend Satsuki invites him somewhere, possibly to confess her feelings for him. However, before she can, she's kidnapped! Rekka wants desperately to help her, but he finds himself being tossed into various sci-fi and fantasy worlds, each with their own heroines in trouble. Will he be able to get back to Satsuki? Will he be able to save all the others? How can he really tell the consequences of his well-meaning actions?

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Jan 18, 2021
hexashadow13 (All reviews)
tl;dr: An interesting concept used well as a core element though with weak relationship progress seemingly as the other core element for better or worse.

This manga is an adaptation of a light novel series, though I haven't read the light novel yet so I will be judging it on its own merits. I find it an incredibly interesting concept in that it's sort of a deconstruction of the incredibly broad archetype of the standard hero saves heroine story, but the deconstruction type that isn't so much as to make fun of it as to try to use it in fun ways which I generally prefer read more

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