Thursday, September 12
I haven't been watching much anime the last couple of months, after a several-month binge where I pretty much caught up on things.
Just recently, though, I have started reading some manga online, and when I say some, I mean a metric poot-load. The problem with it being online is that it's all there and you can always just read one more chapter and there's about a million chapters.
Skeleton Soldier Couldn't Protect the Dungeon - just found this one while browsing and it's, well, read a couple of chapters and see what you think
Melt Away Mizore-chan - just found this one while browsing and laughed my butt off
Sword Dad a.k.a Tensei Shitara Ken Deshita - the adventures of a piece of cutlery and his catgirl daughter
A Returner's Magic Should be Special - isekais within isekais
Her Summon - the story isn't amazing, but the art is beautiful and the world-building is interesting
Kumoko is of course crushes everything, and it even has a story, apparently (it's based on LN that is quite a bit ahead of the manga).
Not sure what your problem is with Nonbiri Nouka, it's super funny, especially how he forms a 100-women harem despite only wanting to farm. It's like that meme where Pepe hangs a liberal and says "why did you make me do this, I only wanted to play videogames". I re-read that one too.
I think isekai is not at all mined well for the anime. They have kickass mangas both in conventional iseakai and in chick isekai. And for some reason the studios and directors managed to butcher recent adaptations quite badly. The Deathmarch, How Not to Summon, Sumafo were all underwhelming when compared with the manga.
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