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Ore ga Heroine o Tasukesugite Sekai ga Little Mokushiroku!?  
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Namidare Rekka has a very unusual birthright. After his 16th birthday, he will be drawn into many different stories. Each story has a heroine, and each story depends on him to be the hero. On his first day of high school, a strange uniformed girl that only he can see shows up. She claims to be from the future, and claims that his rescuing of many heroines is going to cause serious trouble for the future.
It's not long after this encounter that his troubles begin. His childhood friend Satsuki invites him somewhere, possibly to confess her feelings for him. However, before she can, she's kidnapped! Rekka wants desperately to help her, but he finds himself being tossed into various sci-fi and fantasy worlds, each with their own heroines in trouble. Will he be able to get back to Satsuki? Will he be able to save all the others? How can he really tell the consequences of his well-meaning actions?


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俺がヒロインを助けすぎて 世界がリトル黙示録!?
Ore ga Heroine wo Tasukesugite Sekai ga Little Mokushiroku!?
Our Heroine Is Saved so Much that the World Becomes a Little Apocalypse!?

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v.5 c.28 by Village Idiot 17 hours ago
v.4 c.27 by Village Idiot 7 months ago
v.4 c.26 by Village Idiot 8 months ago
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5 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 8.1 / 10.0 (117 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.77 / 10.0
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December 1st 2017, 11:53am PST



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Comic Dangan (Hobby Japan)

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Monthly Pos #997 increased(+353)
3 Month Pos #1573 increased(+161)
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Year Pos #1739 decreased(-409)

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So far, I guess this is the most creative Harem...   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by rennov
January 23rd, 2014, 6:37am
And that's the biggest plus for this manga. If I may make a summary of harem plot, it's usually like this: A boy who is ordinary, is kind enough to serve all girls to get through of all girls' problems. The detail about what problems and what solution that the boy will bring, is the main factor of "harem"-ness quality that the author must think so that the story will be great and enjoyable, not "WTF, why so many girls surround this guy?" Many harem stories try to blur the main theme (that is Harem) by adding some "non-harem" (usually comedy or action) side stories - so that the story still entertaining and not predictable.

And yet, this manga just stick with the "harem" rule anyway, so that the "Harem" theme become so obvious and become the main conflict of the plot. The author is really bold and I truly appreciate that. Instead of being ugly and predictable, the plot (so far) is unpredictable. Using mixed fantasy setting, this (novel) series can serve many refreshing unique problem for each heroines. In addition, the story of unique problems is intertwined each other (and the comedy is a big plus also)... It's awesome and brilliant .

Limited by my limited knowledge, I guess I could say this is the most creative (and best maybe) harem manga... update: The World God Only Knows also place number 1 in term of plot creativity (both are amazing)... Sorry, I forgot that TWGOK is harem manga, hahaha...

... Last updated on February 4th, 2014, 10:03pm
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Fun solutions to a mix of genres   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by drunkguy
November 25th, 2013, 12:12pm
The main character is a fairly wimpy but genre savy guy. Various women tend to pull him into a different genre/adventure. By taking aid from said heroines, he winds up holding the keys to finishing the quests of his next adventure. While he does acquire a fair amount of powerful items from his quests, he himself never comes across as suddenly becoming a badass. Instead, it is always a combination of analysis luck, and planning that saves his hide. Like many male heroes in manga/anime though, he is indecisive and never chooses a girl. Thankfully, this old harem trope isn't a big focus in the story so far. If anything, this really is heavily action based in the style of David vs Goliath.

The chapters tend to end in cliffhangers and plot hooks so it may be painful at times for the impatient.
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Chapter 17 closes up a major arc though so as of this comment it is a pretty good time to jump in for a marathon read for those so inclined.
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Light Satire   
Rating: N/A
by jjkyxr
May 12th, 2013, 9:54pm
For those that are sick of the same old harem adventure plots, this one does a great job at shaking things up. It's has a lot of similarities to She's Gon where it makes fun of the cliche elements the story presents, yet at the same time still puts them into the story. So only those who are actually comfortable with the cliches are the ones getting the most out of this manga.

Update: Up to chapter 23. While the comedy felt fresh, the storyline lost its direction after the first major arc. The author doesn't seem to have a solid plan anymore and I'm scared how the story ends in 5 volumes while I'm currently on the 4th with no end in sight in the progression. Sounds like another bad case of getting rushed/axed. And since this is based off of a much longer (never ending) LN, the chance that this manga did get axed is astronomically high.

... Last updated on April 11th, 2015, 9:05am
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plot is an interesting one   
Rating: N/A
by MinM66
August 6th, 2012, 12:07pm
the plot is fairly simple... so he travels to different dimensions rescuing damsels in distress... wait what? HONESTLY though when I started reading this I was a bit apprehensive by the "harem" part on the genre I have read many harems and I by no means am I harem fan, after all most harems are usually given to losers with little to no good qualities however after reading the first chapter and the hysterical little time traveler I found myself liking the whole plots idea and loving the little time traveler (seriously hes great) I look forward to this series and I actually want to read the novel! But looks like I'll have to settle for manga - This is coming from a guy who can enjoys and tolerate a harem where main character is a badass - "Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou" but hates harems like "To love ru" and judging by the first chapter it looks like it won't be the latter of these two types of harems~

... Last updated on August 6th, 2012, 12:08pm
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