In a world of martial arts, a young boy namned Wu was unable to practice martial arts due to his special body. Will he accept his fate and live his life bullied and looked down by others or will he rise and become a master?
Zui Wu Dao was a good read but the story was definitely quite fast paced. There were some parts of the storyline that should've been expanded further. In addition, how he made friends with his enemies and the motives of his enemies were not as clear.
The art was good and it reminded me of the art style of One Piece and Fairy Tail.
The character became OP too fast but it somewhat made sense. I like how the main character started from the bottom and really worked his way up. There definitely needs to be more character development in the storyline and building
It was a good read but it sucks that it got axed. This story had potential if it continued on longer and all the little details were sorted through. I am sad to not be able to see what happens to the character in the end.
Awesome adventure! with great places and beasts reminding OnePiece Strong World :DD
Contains Martial Arts and superpowers!!!
Art is wonderful!! it's simple with understandable scenes and variety of colours!
Actually the colouring is my favourite among all manhua!!!
Very nice characters with power leveling etc!! Hype moments for characters other than MC too!!!
lightgoing and easy/fun to read
nice funny scenes lol
too much potentials (i believe 100% success in the near future)
tags i would put about the story :P
#teacher #master #superpowers #leveling up #surpass your limits #nature #magical beasts #clans
Battle through the heavens,, Panlong,, OnePiece Strong world
if you liked any of the above you will love this.
they ask for a
bigger review but i don't know what else to write without spoiling some nice moments! you can check the manhua, it's still at 31 chapters so it's half a day read and you will surely enjoy!!!
ui Wu Dao is comedy action manga about martial-arts and demons.
the story so far doesn't seem too bad ,actually for manga in its begging they seem to be going in the right direction by giving us small hints which will hopefully lead to more depth in the future but right now it's fun and enjoyable.
the art is a little bit weird all the human characters drawings are great but when it comes to demons/monsters they seem different not say that they are bad but they seem to be drawn by a different person and i cheeked the whole thing seems to be drawn by
Han Yan (not to be confused with Yan Han the Olympian figure skater (ice skater))(where will my review take me next (>.
Zui Wu Dao is a exploration into a sea of mediocrity and a is truly a masterpiece of making me wish I pulled the trigger. I dreaded pulling myself through this manhua, as it hurt me to read this since I prefer to not drop series. Nevertheless, Zui Wu Dao has succeeded me in annoying me enough to the point of dropping it.
Story 3/10 - I am actually generally like the of powerless people rising to become one of the strongest, so I suppose this score is graded lighter than it should be. What infuriates me is how they
barely give any overarching goal or answer what the next step is in the story even though I have read 1/5 of the entire manhua. They don't tell you any reason for why our character wants to become a strong martial artist other than his missing father was one which they state in a very brief scene. We have no reason to actually keep reading except for a a tournament that our character is looking towards going to. Nothing happens, so whats the difference between reading this or spending time equal to reading this watching paint dry?
Art 3/10 - I am willing to give the artist some credit with his drawings. The manhua is in full color, even opting out of lazy single colored characters and actually including shading. Other than this single quality, looking at this manhua wants me rip my eyes out save a few certain scenes that were barely passable. The backgrounds are all poorly drawn with little effort showing being just bland, generic, covered with white clouds, or just straight up pure white with no color. The character's design and expressions really make me wonder if I should take the easy way out. Their expressions fail to make the reader feel anything. When the main character is presented with a serious situation, the face that he makes looks dumb and unfitting and doesn't work to convey the actual situation they are in. When the faces are trying to be used to create a comedic situation, which are littered throughout the story (Hint: None of them are funny), are stupid and annoying, which only is made worse by how this is how the characters faces are presented 90% of the time, which is what it feels like. Seriously having to constantly look at him crying or acting funny almost forces me to put this down immediately. Overall, watching paint dry unevenly would still be more appealing to look at than this manhua.
Characters 1/10 - I absolutely hate the characters in this manhua, probably the most I have disliked a cast of characters due to how poorly written they are. For the main lead, we are given no reason as to what his aspirations are or any reason as to why we should care for him. He just so happens to be special, and have a "special" body because the plot so demands it, and we aren't given any reason as to why this is. The next character, the kids mentor, is a annoying cat that has a clashing personality. The cat is tried to be played as a wise mentor, who has gained much knowledge due to his age. He should be this powerful and dark figure, but he is shown to be this annoying, hyperactive creature. He feels like is a cross between a character created by a 6 year old and a edgy 16 year old who's parents never loved them. The design is edgy, but the actual character is loud and obnoxious. The other characters are bland and generic rewrites of character tropes with none of them being notable in the slightest, and the reader is never given any reason at all to care.
Enjoyment 2/10 - This rating would be a 1/10 if not for the fact you can watch the kid get almost sliced in half (Which if he did this would be a 3/10). I hated looking at the annoying faces because they were obviously screaming that they were trying to be funny, which they really weren't. I dislike the random "because plot" element that is presented because none of the events would happen normally. There is no way this kid would have a special body and happen to fall off a cliff to find a sword and this legendary cat creature thing, which really annoyed the hell out of me. The tasteless fan service scene where the main character finds a, what I would assume to be another soon to be main character, bathing is obviously present because clearly this manhua is not above that. This is probably the most worthless read I have ever had the displeasure of reading.
Overall 2/10 - I am being very nice when I give this manhua a 2/10. I think it deserves a 1/10 because of how un-inventive and meaningless it is with it's writing. It shows what a truly bad story is, a copied idea that doesn't change anything, and gives no meaning in its message. It fails to create feeling within the reader other than wishing that you had shot yourself rather than read this piece of crap. If you can, just skip this and save yourself the time that I wasted, hoping for a good story.