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Sokushi Cheat ga Saikyou Sugite, Isekai no Yatsura ga Marude Aite ni Naranai n desu ga  
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Instant Death
Sokushi Cheat
The other world doesn't stand a chance against the power of instant death
The Other World Doesn't Stand a Chance Against the Power of Instant Death-ΑΩ-
즉사 치트가 너무 최강이라 이세계 녀석들이 전혀 상대가 되지 않습니다만

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Average: 6.3 / 10.0 (90 votes)
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by PZcolo
September 2nd, 2020, 5:51pm
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
The story of a sociopath (the ones with disregard for life in general) in an isekai were people coming from another world are psychopaths or as him sociopaths. That's the premise really so if that tempts you then this one is for you. The disregard for human life and life in general in this story is not easy to digest, and it's done in a sort of comic fashion with the sidekick making puns about the kills at times... the author himself must be a sociopath.
There are some redeeming points as the MC killing could be seen as him not having any other power than insta-death so no other option to defend himself and while it's not completely clear who or what he is (some intro on ch14) he does have a sort of ethic of conduct that he upholds himself to, like not killing someone just because he's annoying or on the way, problem is the rest of the chars don't have this code of conduct and just attack anyone on site 80% of the time. We later we find that it's justified that their companions turn into bastards (really early in the story), still, that doesn't change the fact that they actually behave as psychopaths, so having a reason to do so is good for consistency, which I appreciate, but it's ultimately a moot point unless there is a "let's return them to normality" plot later. Also, this propensity to chaos makes the story very hectic and convoluted and the pace is quite fast too, it's clear from the narration that the manga covers only some parts of the novel.
Also, the world-building is kind of a mess, it's as if the author can't decide what he wan't with the world and thus has absolutely everything in it, from classic medieval kind of fantasy, high fantasy, mechas, modern society, etc. it's very confusing.
All in all, it's not very good. If one can put up with the pointless killing with chars that don't listen to reason and insist on being killed over and over it's readable.
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A Good Bit of Fun  
by blackluna
November 3rd, 2019, 11:30am
Rating: 8.6 / 10.0
    Here is a series which makes fun of most isekai tropes as well as many tropes commonly used in contemporaneous web novels (mainly ones referencing MMORPGs). The reason for summoning is mocked, the acquisition of "cheats" is deconstructed, the strength of powers is parodied, and the harem angle is subverted. The use of various of tropes is justified in unusual ways. The male lead is so OP, he's down right broken, but not in any way you'd expect, nor is his power from any expected source. The female lead is likewise very different from what the genre leads you to expect. The totality of elements is a chaotic mess, with all the psychopathy going on through out.
    Overall, the humour is very much on target, the plot is enjoyable, and the psychotic mess of characters makes this satirization hit home. As its own work outside its element of satire, the plot, main characters, art, and so on, are all well done, however, the minor characters are all skewed in one direction (whether this is a problem or not, depends on the reader). Additionally, the pace is a little fast, and some things are lacking more than surface explanation (probably a problem of adapting a novel to manga form).
    Because most people probably don't get the reference: the subtitle,
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
Yogiri's code name,
"ΑΩ," is a reference to the Bible (Revelation 22:13, to be exact). It is a description of God, especially Jesus, signifying His omnipotence in particular. Its application here is very apt; for a Japanese author to actually do that much research into Western culture, especially religion, is very refreshing, I must say.

... Last updated on April 25th, 2021, 4:50pm
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Nice change of pace  
by Seregosa
March 21st, 2019, 8:40pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
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Welcome to the world where assholes are everywhere. Where OP sages control everything and people are summoned from other worlds(or rather, seemingly only japan because it makes TOTAL sense that mass summoning again and again and again would only be from one tiny country in this world, would probably kill them to have someone from another country... Get this, they're not even called "otherworlders" or something, they're just called "japanese", pfft).

Upon arrival, all of them(except for the mc and another girl and two more who promptly died to dragon d*ck, no I'm not exaggerating here, they literally died from being penetrated by the very first monster that appeared) gain some kind of "gift" powers from the sage leader(probably?) which is kind of a system with powers, levels and shit. This system also conveniently removes their adversity to manslaughter, they essentially all become major as*holes.

We're then introduced to a world full of sh*theads who kills other people for whatever minor thing they can imagine. They'll kill when people look at them, they'll kill when people talk to them, they'll kill when people don't laugh at their jokes. They'll probably also kill you if you don't take a piss with the toilet seat up or if you fart in their near vicinity. I can imagine how they'd annihilate an entire city if it blocked their way, because walking around it is for losers. We're talking about power tripping morons with godlike powers granted to them all of a sudden while also removing their moral limiters. It's pretty much a twisted world with people from places here and there(not only japan or this world) and stuck-up b*tches everywhere. It's rarer to find someone who doesn't deserve to die than someone who does.

So, of course this would be a horrible world for the mc to be in, right? I mean, sh*t, this place is more filled up with crazy people than the madhouse. BUT! Here comes the twist, or rather the title reason, the mc is weak physically but also probably the scariest person in that entire world, to the point that no one would want someone like him in their world. I don't know if he's a supreme death god incarnate or something but he's got this weird power(which he had even on earth) that makes him able to kill EVERYONE. I mean f*cking everyone. He just need to think about it when he sees them. But, of course that wasn't sick enough, so he can also trace malice/killing intent. This means that he can easily, despite his weak physique, kill anyone intending on killing him and evade attacks and sh*t like that. Oh, did I mention how he can sense malice through objects or creatures? So he can kill the origin of it all as long as they display killing intent. Doesn't matter where they are, if they can reach you, you can reach them.

"But, Seregosa, surely that would be the end of it, right? I mean, that's just too OP already..." you say? Yeah, one would think that. However, this motherf*cker is intent on making sure that people and things shouldn't be able to stop him. So, he can kill individual body parts if he wants to. If he kills your vision, your hearing, your nose or whatever, it will disappear and forever at that no matter what you do. Well, that's essentially the same as killing them, so it's not a big deal, but imagine if he used that on someones d*ck? Now that's scary. Well, jokes aside, this power is trying to aim for the top spot of scary powers, so it's actually not limited to biological objects. You see, not only animate things, it can also kill inanimate ones. It doesn't matter if you're a robot, magic/spell, clothes, magic wands, a spirit, wall or any other object, this guy can kill ALL OF IT and by that I mean ALL OF IT. ANYTHING he wants to kill will break into pieces/cease to function, so don't mention your emotions to him because he might decide to try and succeed with killing someone's emotions. Wouldn't surprise me if he could kill someone's love, pride, hate, happiness or anything else like that. Sure, it hasn't been stated yet and it sure as hell sounds a bit too ridiculous even for this power, but I wouldn't be surprised if it happened.

So, let's go on a journey with this protagonist and a wacky girl. The mc seems to be on horse tranquilizers 24/7 becuase he just doesn't give a f*ck about anything or anyone as he just goes with the flow and doesn't even seem to care about his own situation or the journey(I mean, this is the guy who just kinda wondered what his spasming dragon-pen*s penetrated classmate was penetrated by and was busy finding that out rather than actually care about that classmate or him dying right by his side and he just picked up his game to play monster hunter after finding it out and killing the dragon instantly). He just kills people who he feels he should kill, which is most people. The girl is somehow almost instantly immune to the fact that people are dying, seems it has to do with her heritage.

Seriously, this mc doesn't give a single f*ck about ANYONE or anything. Which is pretty much a plus if you're tired of the standard japanese mcs that never kills anything humanoid. This guy not only kills everyone that threatens him, he makes it a habit to kill plenty of women as well because he doesn't give a single flying f*ck about gender. He even killed a wolf/cat-eared sexy girl very close to the start after she told a fake sob story. He also doesn't always even check who directs killing intent at him and kills them before even seeing them if they're a threat. A fun guy.

I truly recommend this manga(and the novel, though the translation for v2 and v3 is utter garbage which even ruins the novel and I hope someone retranslates it), but for you to like it, you need to feel like the stuff I've mentioned is acceptable or even fun/interesting. A mc that doesn't give a single f*ck and kills plenty of people in a world full of d*cks.

... Last updated on March 21st, 2019, 8:53pm
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What you see is what you get.  
by j4mag
August 10th, 2018, 6:40pm
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
It doesn't make any pretenses. The guy's power is to kill stuff when he wants to. When he wants to, he kills stuff. Pretty straightforward. There's not really any combat, because he kills people whenever they're in danger. I'm fine with that, though!

Isekai is at its worst when it doesn't know what it's trying to be. Arifureita is trash because you can't tell if it's about a protagonist willing to take ruthless steps to ensure his own survival and achieve strength, or if it's about some chuuni who conjures up cars and makes a jailbait harem. Re:Monster is trash for similar reasons. Neither series is more than it claims to be, and often, they become less.

Sokushi Cheat doesn't pretend. It's exactly what it claims to be. I don't know how far the plot can actually sustain itself before he sees the Sage woman and instakills her, but until then, it's okay. I don't think it has the staying power of a One Punch Man, because although the premises are pretty much the same, I don't think the series can survive the premise getting old. One Punch Man does this with interesting side characters and comedy, but I get the impression we won't see either in Sokushi Cheat.

6/10. It's okay, and that's okay.
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