Seven high school students that got caught in an airplane accident wake up, in a middle age like fantasy different world where magic and beast-man (juujin) exist.
But they do not panic at their current situation!?
They build a nuclear plant in a world without electricity, they control the economy of a large city in a short work's trip, and finally for their benefactor's sake who are suffering from the misgovernment, they declare war on the evil nobles.
So... none of them is a normal high school student, each of them are super human high school students that stand at the top of politics, economics, science and medicine!
This is a story of a dream team that possess earth's greatest wisdom and technology, that without any self-restraining bring a revolution to a different world with over-technology!
Because no one seems to be giving any useful information or reviews, i'll leave a bit of my thoughts and impressions here so you new potential readers can help yourselves in deciding whether or not you want to spend time on this story
So...although this story is a bit unrealistic, thats mainly due to the main characters' age. They all seem to be very capable in their own specialized subjects of practice. Honestly its a very entertaining read. You have seven highschool kids, a mix of both boys and girls, who all have skills in subject that range from medicine, swordsmanship, magic illusions, leadership, economics,
science and ninja work. Each one of them specializes in one of these subjects, as i said.
And yeah its kinda unrealistic, but again, thats mainly due to their age and what not. Anyway, you take these superhuman young;uns and place them in a fantasy world. They then proceed to fukken dominate that world slowly but surely. I mean the last few chapters focused on this one character just taking a city by storm and changing the way a ruthless trading company worked. As long as you can get past the unrealistic aspect and stuff, you'd probably like this story. It's truly exciting to see them step out into this world and make it their bitch.
Oh, plus? There is one character, the leader of that small group, who is kinda badass and even seems to be findin' himself a waifu~ That hot blonde elf chick with them bountiful breasts. Definitely some romantic, perhaps even sexual, tension between them, hehehe....
I'm writing my first review, sorry if it's terrible!
I personally do not like isekais so yeah. So the story is about these 7 highschool students who are the best at what they do IN THE WHOLE ENTIRE WORLD (Kind of like in danganronpa) There's the super duper swordsman and she destroys a whole fucking army?? where's the realism? I get that it's an isekai but that shouldn't be an excuse for it to be so illogical. The 7 of them were friends when they were younger and they all took a plane so that they can??? we don't know why and lmao the ninja+journalist
girl was like "it's been since middle school" as if it has been a decade that they haven't met each other THEY'RE ONLY HIGHSCHOOLERS. I doubt it's even legal to get those jobs at that age. The plane crashes and they get transported to another world. And when the mc (super duper president) wakes up he's like "WHERE ARE THE 6 OTHERS???" HA 6 ONLY 6 HIGHSCHOOL STUDENTS ON PLANE (even if it's private) Where's the goddamn pilot?? Where's the president's bodyguards?? And then the typical big boob elf awkwardly kisses the mc so that he can chew his food?? It's soup man, SOUP Just remove the meat pieces, he's not going to die.. The romance just seems so forced. Then the day they recover from the crash comes and they're all 100% healed, no in between days, it just comes like that... as if they just got there.
The isekai setting is typical, SO TYPICAL. The "seven heroes from another world" existed a long time ago too
Also some of them are in the us at first cuz?? it seems classy for japanese people??
But if you like isekai , you'll probably enjoy it!
Just beautiful, but I gotta say those !!!nani??!! faces are so awkwardly placed, but I'll blame that on the writing
The style is the typical anime/manga
I don't these isekai characters where they just accept the fact that they're in a different world, we see mc being surprised just for a second and that's it. Oh and btw we don't even get to see the other's reactions or anything. Just them saying "Oh was surprised but now I'm used to it, it's been a month after all" except for one character I guess
And once again, I don't like these genius characters (plus they're conveniently childhood friends) but they admitted in the manga that they know it's impossible and all so.. I guess that's just their concept. They're all mary/gary sue/stu But honestly, the ninja being a ninja AND journalist??? and that magician doesn't use actually magic, but he still does some tricks that make no sense, like flying, or taking his head off. Also they have really magic in that world so eh what's his purpose now..
The mc is rather annoying, doesn't really have a personality except for being leader like. (and having heterochromia because it looks cool?) The most gary stu character in the series. He's president, not bodyguard... he's way too op.
The elf garden is generic looking and has 0 personality.
I dislike isekais so I guess I shouldn't even have read this in the first place...
But whatever, this is just my dumb opinion. ghj just a lazy "review" If you're a fan of this genre, then you might enjoy so give it a try?
With only 10 chapters released thus far, there isn't much to go off of when writing a review. Regardless, I will do my best to review each element of the manga to help prospective readers determine if this is a manga worth their time.
The story follows the basic "heroes get teleported to a fantasy world" arch-type, and normally being that generic would warrant a low score for lack of originality, but this manga adds a nice twist by having the heroes be a group of high schoolers with incredible talents ranging from politics, economics, engineering, medicine, espionage (ninja), swordsmanship, and magic/illusions. It's an interesting take
on an old story type by not having them gain powers simply by being transported to a new world. It has them rely on each others strengths to not only survive in this new world, but succeed and help the local people. For that, it gets a 7/10 by being better than the average story.
For this, again it follows common art style found in most manga geared towards a younger, adolescent audience. The characters are drawn to appeal to readers based on fan-service, and the art style doesn't really add anything to the manga overall. It doesn't take anything away from it either, so because of that it's average. 6/10
This is where the manga is strongest. It takes a commonly used story type and makes it stronger by having seven unique characters which would usually be the only protagonist in their own stories. By doing this, they allow the story to develop in a unique way to most stories of a similar genre where instead of one character fighting to survive/on a quest to get home/trying to conquer the world, it has seven characters do it. By this many, and with each being strong in one area, it allows for greater development and interaction despite the main character being the political character because of his strength in leadership and moral fortitude. 8/10
With everything previously stated, the overall enjoyment of this manga is rather good if you're a fan of the genre. Plot points are quick to develop and are resolved within 3-5 chapters making for a interesting read with no gap story telling. 8/10
What makes this manga an overall 7/10 isn't because of any weakness in the manga itself, but for the likelihood that the manga will either be rushed to completion or be dropped and not further developed. If you're fine with that type of manga ending this way, it's worth a read. If you're looking for a longer manga that will last a while with regular updates, probably not the best for you.
Even for an Isekai this one is pretty rough. The main cast, who as the title would tell you, are all incredibly overpowered before they arrive in a new world and when they get to said new world they just basically fuck it up using their nonsense abilities and technologies. All done with the most juvenile reasons, the lead character, the "Ultimate Politician" is particularly unconvincing. For superhumans they end up in a lot of unfortunate situations, which they dont see coming and then use absolute nonsense to escape from. It's not their power level I have a problem with, its how poorly explained everything
is and how "advanced technology" becomes a standin for handwavium magic to explain everything. The premise of this is interesting and I was happy to swallow the "big lie" of their superhuman competency. But the terrible execution squanders the premise.