High school student Misumi Makoto is called into a fantasy world by the god Tsukuyomi, in order to be a hero. However, powerful others in this world aren't as thrilled to have him there, and they kick him to the edge of the world just as Tsukuyomi declares that he must leave Makoto to find his own way. Now it's up to Makoto to find his own way!
Time for another review of what I think is a Manga that deserves some reviews.
Story 9/10. The story is that the MC is called into another world by two gods in order to serve as a hero, unfortunately the goddess of that world thinks him ugly and drops him at the edge of the world telling him to keep away from the humans. The other god grants him some power to survive and fight.
The story is told nicely, he gets dropped, wanders around and as you would expect, meets people. He learns magic from an orc settlement and decides to aid their problems
by beating the cause.
In this story you will see the MC join both the Adventurers and Merchants guilds while helping people along the way with the aid of his two "servants."
Art 6/10. I do not really categorise art but immediately I realised I was unhappy with the style, still passable but not awe-inspiring, hence the six.
Characters 8/10. The three characters you will see in this Manga (so far) are the MC (Misumi Makoto). Tomoe (his first servant) and Mio (his second). Tomoe has the ability to read memories and so has fallen in love with the TV shows in his memory. Similarly, so has Mio.
Apart from their love for his memories the pair acknowledge his strength and because the MC allows non-human races to live in a "Mirage City" which only Tomoe can access they also respect his kindness.
The MC is proficient in handling archery and magic but as mentioned prior, he is also kind, kind enough to help save someones' older sister who was taken for failure to pay debts. The MC is also not arrogant over his strength, nor is he perverted.
Enjoyment 10/10. I read all chapters in one day, that speaks volume about how much it sucked me in.
Overall. 8/10. Overall its a very good Manga. Although it does appear to have lost sight of the original reason he was dropped into the world to begin with, there has yet to be any important character development moments which is unfortunate although it is early days yet.
I've read 15 chapters and so far this seems to be a middle of the road fantasy story. A solid, above average 6.
So far the story did some basic, but much welcome world building. I got a general sense where the story is going, but nothing concrete. However, it isn't really in a hurry to get anywhere interesting. Since it is just the beginning of the story I don't want to be too judgmental.
Something I wasn't satisfied with is the characters. The MC is generic but other than that I don't particularly have any problems with him. However, his "servants" Tomoe and Mio really need
some fleshing out because so far, they seem to be more defined by the MC, than having their own personality. I mean... they even get their names from him. What is this if not the ultimate power fantasy?
Maybe it is early to make an overall judgment, but my first impressions are as follows: The manga is a simplistic but entertaining read, it really requires some polish in the story and character department, and a bigger story arc that kicks the plot into motion would be nice.
That's what I want to comment about this manga. At first you'll introduced to an usual another world transfer thingy. Then crazy things would keep happening to our main character. I was really hyped at first few chapters. Who wouldn't want to have super beautiful attendants, great respects, OP ability? but rather than the MC itself, I'm more interested in his servants (sorry little spoiler here, you'll find them soon anyway in first 5 or so chapters). Their characteristics are funny, I mean really funny and unique. Sure they are loyal, but also keep bring troubles to our MC.
That's very amusing to watch. I can say that the characters are the strongest point of this manga (10/10).
Like I said before, the story started strong, but it will slow down when the adventure begins. But I wouldn't say it bad. I would say it's learning phase for MC to need to go through, because he's from another world after all. but his servants will keep his journey interesting, or at least for me. Unlike most of isekai stories out there, the MC isn't just wanting to go back to his original world, but he also has another purposes in the current world (I won't spoil it of course). And of course, this manga still long way to go when I write this review (only 29 chapters). There is web novel and translations for this but I've yet to read it. I think the big arc will be coming. I expect it will be great, and show us more of our MC and servants true power. Another thing to mention is, I don't think MC will have more harem (unlike 'death march') if that's not your liking you shouldn't worry.
I recommend this manga for isekai story lovers. As die-hard fans myself.