Fantasy Inbound

異世界、襲来
Synopsis

The world is in peril. Legends live, fairy tales walk, and fantasies become reality, threatening to turn Earth into a waking nightmare. When the flames of war reach Japan’s shores, the vestiges of a shattered nation fail to protect what remains of its people against an unknown enemy, and all seems lost. Those left behind and those that failed to flee now live in scattered communities among the remnants of a better time. Yu Ichinose is just another survivor, a quiet, scrawny middle-schooler trying to get by. That is, until he finds his fate bound to a mysterious, elvish girl who seems to hold the key to hope. Now, the time has come to stand and take up the sword against sorcery. To become the hero who saves the world. The time has come to awaken the Asura Frame.

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Genre: Action, Apocalypse, Fantasy, Mecha, Romance, Science Fiction
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Next volume est. July 15, 2022
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    1. It is what it is. If you can purchase the premium and share it with us, then we all can get the highest quality illustrations for the book

    1. If youre saying this doesnt fill your expectations, ure right.
      Cuz it’s more into the mainstream stuff.

      It is mecha+isekai
      Or for comparison Guilty Crown+SAO.
      Pretty bad chemistry imo, tho it will get popularity considering the 2 big genres combined.

      If only they made it more like GATE, where earth citizens diving into another world, that’d be more ‘logical’ plotwise.

      1. It’s not just that, the writing is weird too. Hard to say whether it’s just the translation or the original material is bad, but the pacing and transitions between scenes are really janky, and there are a lot of bits where the word choice or sentence structure feels more like something from a crappy fanfiction than a professionally published novel.

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