My overall rating is lower than the individual ratings for each category because I'm not sure how God of Bath will be in the end, but I predict it would at least be "very good" :)
Story: On or near the level of comedic ridiculousness that is Transfer Student Storm Bringer, but if you look past the comedy, there are serious life issues at hand (i.e. how to lead your life). I'm not sure how the story develops past chapter 16, but so far, I haven't noticed any plot holes or discrepancies.
Art: Beautiful, like Ha Il-kwon's other works, but leaning more towards a rough, but expressive presentation many times when portraying the protagonist's feelings. If you expect every character to look "perfect" all the time, you'd be missing a lot with Ha Il-kwon's art style.
Character: Hilarious mostly, but like the story, a character has his/her serious elements if you look closely. Although most of the characters lack depth because they're not really main characters, they don't detract from the story, nor are they annoying stereotypes or stock characters. Even the side characters aren't really stereotypical despite the roles they play. The protagonist, and a few other characters around him, are portrayed with more depth (you have to pay attention though). Everything hasn't been explained about the main characters yet, but this should probably be remedied in later chapters.
Enjoyment: I couldn't help but laugh out loud! I'm glad a group picked up this series again, and I can't wait to read the rest of the chapters. read more