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There's a rift between Hell and the mortal world, and lost souls have been escaping to torment the living. To deal with the problem, the King of Hell released Majeh, the greatest swordsman of the underworld, to stop the wayward souls.
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Like a Rollar Coaster
The manhwa is a like a rollar coaster because there were great moments and boring moments in the story. I really liked the first 100-150 chapters of the plot because it has a blend of popular shounen plot lines like Rurouni Kenshin, Yu Yu Hakusho, and Dragonball. I also liked that the main character is already overpowered because there won't be wasted chapters, but it is also a bad thing too. Some fight scenes are bland and boring as you read deeper in the manhwa.
The thing that is boring with the manhwa is that sometimes there are too much action. Many people have said this already so I'll make it quick; it has too many unnecessary fighting scenes and sometimes you can't distinguish what is happening in those panels. Another is that some arcs sucks compared to others. The current arc(Chapter 277) sucks right now because the antagonist is way overpowered.
Overall it's a little above average shounen manhwa. I read all of the chapters in a couple of days so it's pretty good. I had to stop at some moments because it got boring, so I continued after doing others things to relief my boredom. I give this an 8.4/10 because I read all the up to the recent chapters in a couple of days.
... Last updated on October 17th, 2013, 3:40am
Epic Fights, Godly Fights "add" exaggerated adjectives and it has all the qualities of it
it's action oriented manga so anyone who is not a fan of Overpowered Shonen or Dragonball (like few comments below) should not bother with it
I love Majeh he is a cool protagonist,
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i loved how he made that Arrogant Kid cry at the tournament, that scene is still stuck with me and it sure was a powerful one :D
Great manga, must read for Battle shonen fans!!!
... Last updated on June 4th, 2013, 2:04pm
Too much action is a bad thing?
I don't think there's too much action that it disturb the flow of the story. The plot is deep enough and it is a Martial Art/Shounen manhwa. What more do you expect? Time travel/alien/Goverment Conspiracy? GTFO and STFU.
Overly heavy on the action
If all you want is badass epic martial arts fight scenes, stop reading this page and READ THIS MANGA NOW!
Otherwise, if you want character development, plot or good writing prepare to be disappointed. Thats not to say this story isn't bad, its just that the story focuses EXTREMELY heavily on the action. When the action takes a breather, theres some interesting writing to be found. Warring factions, dark secrets, "light is not good and dark is not evil", etc.
Great series! Too bad it's underrated...
One of the best manwha that I've ever read. It's action pack full of great fighting sequences and a good story. There's also a lot of humor that may look simple but can make you laugh a lot. The art is good too.
Manga/Manwha fans should really try reading this series its really good.
Its just really disappointing that tokyopop dropped this series *sigh*. And they should've stick with the original title. I've heard the title of this series in SK is "Majeh".
too much action, with little else
This manhwa seemed really interesting in the beginning. It was funny, and looked like it could be going places. But after the first few volumes it degenerates into constant mindless action. There's practically no character development, meaningful inter-character dialogue, or really anything but fighting, fighting, fighting, fighting, fighting, ad nauseum.
One of the Best Manhwa's I Read
If you one of those that hanged on into reading this series (like me) after volume 2 and beyond, you'll see that the creator has drastically improved the storyline and the character development. The manhwa started to become more better and better with each passing volume and it looks like the series will last longer than most manhwa series that I've seen up to date.
truely worth buying
just got volume 12-18 and also looking foward to reading it <3 majeh is awesome, manwha art so far has not been disappointing as well as the fight seens.there are funny plots here and there and a nice flow of the stroyline
This is truly great, nothing about this is unsatisfactory (except maybe the fact that you can't get as much as you want any time you wish). The art style is very good, though not top of the line fancy drawing but still very adequate for this kind of genre. The storyline might seem shallow in the beginning but after the first chapter or so, each new event leads to some kind of plot development as well as history of either the main character or those around him. Maybe its just because I love these kinds of mystical martial art like fighting stories (blame all the asian movie flicks I've seen - I am aisian after all) but I found myself not able to stop reading until the finish.
Although you might be able to predict the outcome of each fight (somewhat) the author does not play favorite and sometimes you end up finding a character you liked dying (as sad as that is, it is better this way imo). But anyways, the whole background of the world that the author created as well as the comedy which is both frequent and great, will have you looking for more each page you turn. (This may be a glorified review, but hey, if you like this kind of martial art stuff along with some light hearted jokes in between, then this is for you).
... Last updated on August 13th, 2007, 9:33am
not too shabby
it's decent. entertaining. no need to exhaust your mind. good fights, good art. also a good humor. but nothing really spectacular, so it gets 8 from me.