Sagara Masamune is a manga author who isn't very successful, and it's looking like it's time to end his battle manga. To go for an unexpected ending, he plans to kill off the main heroine, Nina, in a dramatic way. As he works on his manga, he is mysteriously sucked into the pages. Now he's trapped in the world of his own creation, with his protagonists, exorcists Haru and Nina. He doesn't really get what's happening, but he thinks concluding the manga, which involves orchestrating Nina's death, might get him back home.
Well, to be completely fair, I actually enjoyed this manga in the beginning. However, the manga started losing focus. Granted, this was part of the plot, with the editor taking over the manga, however, it quickly became a hodgepodge style manga. Also, the ending, it also felt a bit axed; ironic, because the manga was about a mangaka who had an axed manga. I feel that this manga could have been much better had it been further expanded on, but I do see that the losing focus part of the plot was not unintentional; rather, losing focus illustrated the feel of the mangaka being forced
by the editor to change his manga. Nonetheless, I disliked the ending because it felt axed and was not very conclusive, but I would recommend this manga to most people, as it is actually enjoyable.
To enter one own manga is an appealing idea. To meet your characters and to see how your story progress, for me, it always seemed like a great thing, and the manga show just that.
The story is pretty nice. The setting are great, because the author need to find an opening to kill the heroine, and it's amusing to see his tries. Although it ain't no deep plot or whatsoever, it brings interest to the reader.
It's not bad but not very good too. In the first chapters and the last there is a difference and you can see that the art quality is better
toward the end.
Almost all the characters are average and generic, but it meant to be this way. The main character is amusing and the heroine is easy to like.
Short as it was I liked it. The idea is nice and it's not very long. I enjoyed reading it very much even though it was simple.
If you want something little to read when you have time or you are simply bored, this will be great for you, I will recommend this to anyone.
Following the life of a mangaka in despair, the story takes place at his desk where he is later 'drawn' into his own manga. Cliched plot perhaps? Rather unique and entertaining as he is positioned to carry out a perfect climax in his not so perfect manga.
Our author here portrays a fantasy RPG world intertwined with generic manga-like plots and conventions, such as flags and rom-com situations, that sought out to develop a humourous and overall a good chuckle as you proceed to read
It is well drawn out in both detail and plot (as of yet).