After digging through websites and apps looking for the perfect manwha for me to read, I came across one that is a particularly interesting cover and I could tell instantly that this manwha is THE ONE. Yes, the one I’ve been looking for, although I am aware it’s incorrect to judge a manwha by its cover art but let’s all agree that it plays a huge role in how we select manwhas.
Ok, the first thing I noticed about it was its art, filled with nicely drawn-out characters, such that you could see its outline clearly. These are the kinds of things I’m looking for.
After reading through a few episodes, I noticed how peculiar the storyline was. I’ve read lots of mangas and manwhas but I have not seen one with a similar storyline (there are few exceptions)
Baphomet, the new ruler of the new he**, has chosen Seung-gi to be his subordinate as the creator of this new he**. Seung-gi is a high school student who has been betrayed by the world and has gone into hiding. Baphomet chose Seung-gi as his subordinate and gave him the right to pick prisoners as payment for his help in creating the new he**. Seung-gi teams up with the demon to get revenge, thinking it will be a beneficial alliance. But suddenly, a game of life and death begins. To survive, they have to be sent to him.
At first, I couldn’t see how the storyline would continue but when they introduced the idea of a death game, I knew instinctively that I was in for something interesting.
Have you ever, heard of the saying the better the villain the better the series? If you haven’t heard it, now you have.
It’s a saying I use to describe series with potential and in this case, there isn’t just one villain it is a series swarming with potential villains which makes it all the more interesting.
If you think all the manwha has are good villains you’ll be greatly mistaken, because even the main character is something to look forward to.
In my opinion, the series feels like a mixture of Death Note and Future Diary.
I’ll give it an 8.5/10