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Nov 17, 2017
I like video games, so I had high hopes for this series, but they were quickly dashed. The protagonist is a typical Mary Sue character. His sole flaw is being too nice and amazing a guy. No, I did not make that up. Nice and amazing is why this professional player is penniless despite being a "god" among men. Quanzhi Gaoshou is about this amazing guy who, when others don't recognize his amazingness, leaves the rockstar-like existence that is professional video games behind and lands a job where he plays his favorite video game full time. He starts a new character and continues doing amazing read more
Feb 9, 2017
This story about High School vampires manages to be both funny and insightful.

I watched the anime some time ago. After reading this I'm impressed how much better the manga is. The story is enjoyable, well paced, and ends on a satisfying note complete with "happily ever after" extended coda. A romcom aspect is present but plays second fiddle to meaningful and insightful issues. Secondary characters are one dimensional, but with so much page time given to fleshing out the main cast it's forgivable. Artwork isn't amazing, but sufficient to the task. It shows what happens where quite nicely.

My final take? This series starts with a read more
Nov 15, 2016
This starts off as an interesting vampire series, but winds up falling flat. Conflict between vampires and church isn't new, but this manga takes everything as given and never develops the theme DESPITE Vampire vs. Church being the main source of conflict. The manga abruptly switches to Man vs. Vampire for the final arc's conflict, but again nothing is explained, resolved, or changed.

The world, which is genuinely interesting, isn't explored at all beyond two small locales. Characters randomly appear and disappear with neither rhyme nor reason. The MCs past is explored only in flashbacks and lots of exposition. The vampiric female lead's motivations are never read more
Oct 28, 2016
This story revolves around a spirit fox bound to a human male. It's a relatively short story, but moves along at a solid pace and provides some closure. It's not great, but this manga was clearly meant to build a world and fill things out later.

There's not a lot of time for character development and most characters come off as bland.

The artwork is decent enough. Backgrounds aren't very detailed, but I can always tell what's going on and who says what.

There is a lot of "stumble and fall into someone's breasts/crotch" ecchiness. Rather than complementing the story it distracts. It's crass, out of place, and read more