Genre: Action, Adventure Drama, Fantasy, Shounen, Supernatural Author: Heo Ni-Bi Artist: Heo Ni-Bi Description: In this world, every child is born under a god. Some gods are weaker than others. Some gods are stronger than others. Children born under weaker gods become defunct in society, and cannot attend high school. Instead, they must get jobs after middle school. High school in this world is a place that trains students to use their stronger gods. They have one thing in common : They can grant wishes if the correct price is paid. Leerang turns back time a few seconds, and pays dearly for it. To reverse his wish, he must attend high school and try to use the powers of his cat god once again. (Summary taken from Baka-Updates)
My thoughts: I haven't read much yet, about 6 chapters, so my impressions are very early but it seems like this is going to be a good supernatural drama. How good? I'll have to read more to know.
英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member
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Re: [Webtoon] Flow by Heo Ni-Bi
i have been following it for sometime now nd i find it very likeable. Though the story telling and configuration seems to be a bit fuzzy things keep happening with bare correlation with previous happening and the art can do with some improvement but the story is core shonen and very enjoyable one
I'm all caught up now my impressions are much the same.
The most notable thing to me is how it's similar in a way to pokemon in terms of each person getting a spiritual creature but it's very mature and dire at the same time. This story doesn't shy away from a little killing at all but neither really goes out of it's way to do a lot of it and I respect that it's found a good balance.
Didnt realize this had a thread, its actually my favorite webtoon. I like school based stories, the characters (though I cant remember their names for beans) are all good ones especially lead characters, and the other two hes in a team with (they all feel like they do need each other since they are kind of outcasts in their own special way and complement each other well). Dont like the attitude/personality of the female character of focus, why is she always acting so high and mighty.
I really like this story, and could see it adapting and going a few different routes. It could become more dark, since there are deaths and some remorseless characters, and death seems like something acceptable and fairly common place. It could become more action oriented with more battles and antagonists.
What I am curious about that might not seem like a big issue considering all the mysteries out there in this story is the role of the School. How long will this school be a part of the story? They graduate and then what? Will we see more characters actually learning, and improving as a result of the school and their teachers? It seems as if for the present the characters are either already incredibly strong and don't really need teachers, or they pick up and learn everything on their own, or they learn new skills from their fights/squabbles outside the classroom when they are fighting one another.
The OG that ran Bleach for near a decade is no more.
Cheers to a boss villain, I tip my hat to you Aizen