Peerless Dad
Peerless Dad
Alternative Name:
Abhishek, Abyssinian, 아비무쌍
Status:
Ongoing
Categories:
Action, Fantasy, Drama, Comedy, Slice of Life, Martial Arts
Type :
Korean
Author:
Hyeon-Sook Lee
Artist:
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Its an amazing story about one martial arts journey through marriage, fatherhood, and battles.

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    QuadL Says :

    4 Weeks, 23 Hours ago

    WTH!? Chapter 43 was nothing but one broken page? Things are just getting good! Well I mean it’s all good but it’s building up great. The Kids are starting to bud into serious candidates for the Murim. Enough so that they are already gaining enemies among their peers and Adults want to take them for their own disciples. Papi is on a Do or Die mission where most everyone is already dead and they haven’t even reached the meeting point! Pe3ersonally I think his word Master could be a girl or at least a trap…

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    QuadL Says :

    2 Months, 4 Days ago

    Chap 24: Translator worried about MC losing confidence. I say he was getting overconfident. Demon leader dude is suddenly not a bad guy?! What?! He is even trying to finish MC’s body tempering without the MC knowing what’s going on! Things just getting weirder and weirder…

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    QuadL Says :

    2 Months, 1 Week ago

    Chap 23: I seriously think the MC just mis-understands who this Grandmaster is. Sure one of the missing kids is with him, and the GM said he “sent away” the other children, whatever that means, which MC took negatively. But I still feel more answers should have been asked for before fighting became the only interaction between them.

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    QuadL Says :

    3 Months, 1 Day ago

    I’ve always had a bad taste in my mouth after reading a lot of Chinese stories. Why? because they usually follow the “Mighty makes Right” philosophy without an underlying moral base. But, Peerless Dad doesn’t quite follow that and is an excellent story so far. I really feel i can get behind the protagonist and his motivations. His character development is solid and you get enough of the supporting cast to keep it grounded in his world.

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