Thank you for the heads up and what you said makes a ton of sense. It's unfortunate because I thought it was a great series. Nice character development compared to most titles out, character grind versus OPed from day one, enough fan service, and a nice balance between comedy and seriousness.
I hope the creator attempts to make a sequel one day.
@xdrfiredogx Haha indeed, it's the perfect descriptor for the likes of Epic Movie or Meet the Spartans.
To parody isekai you have to be an isekai of course so I can't guarantee it'll be for you. That's the beauty of the catchups of course though. I have several series I'm now purchasing premiums for that I wouldn't even have considered buying if they were from another publisher. I'd say the first 4 or 5 parts of volume 1 would give anyone a pretty clear idea whether it's to their tastes or not.
@georgemto same for by the grace of god, Seirei Gensouki and the other 2 seasons of bookworm ? The first one being the light novel and the 2nd season being the manga. They usually started right before or right after the new season. So either April or May. I buy them anyways as in my opinion bookworm is easily the best light novel period.
Sorry for the late reminder, but catchups will be changing on Tuesday, February 1, around 11 AM PST / 2 PM EST / 1900 UTC! One day it'll all be automatic, but until that amazing future arrives, you'll have to continue dealing with manual switchovers that are affected by meetings and vacation and forgetfulness and all that jazz ;o
I'd been dubious about A Very Fairy Apartment, but a couple of days ago I said to myself, I said, "Hey. It's free just now."
What a lie that was.
It's only "free" if you don't go out afterwards and purchase the whole series...
I think my dubiosity was a result of being a major fan of Rokujouma, and somehow having a block on the idea that there could be other Worthy Works with a bunch of goofballs invading someone's apartment.
Whatever my concern had been, it was totally bogus.
A Very Fairy Apartment is very silly, and very well done.
The other is Elizabeth Moon's Deed of Paksenarrion trilogy which I highly recommend.
Yesss!! Great portrayal of a paladin. It's one of my favorite books so I was happy to see it mentioned. Faraway Paladin has done a great job so far too (I need to read the LN now)
Yes, Moon's take on a paladin is more human and more admirable than the stereotypes of the insufferable goody two-shoes and the humorless zealot. Faraway Paladin gets it right (for me) in some of the same ways.
Since you mentioned sequel series after that, I assume this is not about Realist Hero, as to my knowledge there is no sequel series.
Thanks for the reply.
And that is an Oopsie on my part, as I think I may have quoted the wrong item in the thread. I meant to ask about the manga and sequel regarding The Sorcerer's Receptionist, which was discussed earlier in the thread and the silly me that I am didn't realize that the topic changed.
Completely understand about formally commenting on future works, however.
I been waiting for My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World to be on catch-up.
I've already read them all but am glad it is on catch-up so that others can discover it. Those who enjoy it should consider getting the premium epubs because they feature "Translator's Notes about all the references that Mutsuko makes to classic anime and manga".